General hydrology branch field project photographs - volume 2


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General hydrology branch field project photographs - volume 2

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General hydrology branch field project photographs - volume 2
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Parker, Garald G. (Garald Gordon), 1905-2000
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English
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Box 14

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Aquifers -- Hydrogeology -- Everglades (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Hydrology -- Florida -- Biscayne Aquifer (Fla.) ( lcsh )

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University of South Florida
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The University of South Florida Libraries believes that the Item is in the Public Domain under the laws of the United States, but a determination was not made as to its copyright status under the copyright laws of other countries. The Item may not be in the Public Domain under the laws of other countries.
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032968560 ( ALEPH )
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G16-00701 ( USFLDC DOI )
g16.701 ( USFLDC Handle )

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18-0 Natural Bridge cut in basalt by Bridge Creek. Discovered by F.V. Hayden, 7/31/71. Yellowstone National Park. 1/500 fS, T.P. 8-2-S9 G.G. Parker

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~~he Monad," meanders in Trout Creek nr. its entrance to Yellowstone R. in Hayden Valley, Yellowstone National Park, ,yo.

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Across 'The Monad" and up Yellowstone R. and Hayden Valley, Yellow National Park 1/250 fS, W.A. G. G. Parker

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View downstream at Yellowstone R1ver from Artist Point, looking toward Inspiration Point, on left wall, center of picture. G. G. Parker

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Downstream along the Yellowstone R. from Inspiration Point, Yellowstone National Park. Taken in rain. treq a llows na a'l'jLOJll int , rt r Palls te n ran -2-59 G. G. P rker

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18-15 View up Yellowstone R. C•yon left wall with o p;ay nest on rock pin-: nacle, central; raining. 1/125 f 3 . _ . 5 T. P. 8-2-S9 G. G. Parker

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Ground squirrels at Tower Palls, Yellowstone National Park 8-2-S9 G. G. Parker 18-18 Mammoth Hot Springs travertine deposits during a heavy rain shower. 1/60 f 2.8 W.A. 8-2-59 G. G. Parker

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Terraces a several m 1/250 f5, W.A. 8 .

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Bast across tlie Bitter ange, with faint wave of Pleistocene Lake y isible. About mi. N. of Lolo, Mont. Party on field trip to Bitterroot Valley, Mont. L-: ilbur Simons, Frank Stermitz Gale McMurtrey,Dick Konezeski; & Prank Swenson 8-5-59 G.G.

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19-17 One Horse Creek Canyon in the Bittertoot aage, Mont., with a v-tch 1n lower ~t and a U-shape in upper ~art reaching into a cirque. est of Florence, Mogt. Montana-Idaho border along crest of these mountains. 1/SOO fS, T.P. 8-S-S9 G.G." Parker

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u.s.G.S. stream-gaging station on the Bitterroot River nr. Corvallis, Mont., view downstream (to north)~ Crest of Bitterroot Range in distance. 1/500 fS, T.P.

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Sprinkler irrigation on cropped alfalfa field, upper end of the Bitterroot Valley. Trapper Peak, 10,131 ft. high, in backgrcnn4• i/500 fJ.5, w.A. 8-5-59 G.G. Parker

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Fallen log creates rock dam and falls on Kootenai Creek about 4 mi. NW of Stevensville, Mont. in Bitterroot Valley. 1/12.5 f.5 WA 8-.5-.59 G. G. Parker

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20-10 Frank Swenson at car. Crail McMurtrey and Wilbur Simons walking toward a field of irrigated potatoes on a high-level terrace on east slope of Bitterroot Valley to Sapphire Range. 1/500 f4.5 WA 8-5-59 G. G. Parker ,

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o preduce aces of Glacial Lake ru,th side of Clark Fork est ot 111.aaOllla, Mont. eastern part ot panor-_4_ f _ield of alfal.fa in with 20-11 form panorama showing wave-cut terraces of Glacial Lake Missoula on hillside on sooth side of Clark Fork west of Missoula, Mont. 1/500 f5 T.P.

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Same site as 2 Farmer hoeing i ora -ts. 20-14 View eastward toward Missoula, Mont. from high wave-cut te?Tace (the yellow patch midway up hillside in 20-12) overlooking the Clark Fork, west of Missoula, Mont. 1/500 f5, T.P. 8-6-59 G. G. Parker

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.. ,,..._ 11~ .. 4 f-r..,,,.c>, o,-,.,h.,-. LJ1J,.-Shore line and beach features of lacial Lake Missoula high on hillside-(the yellow-patch midway up slope 1D 20.12) overlooking Clark Perk • t ot Missoula, Mont. 1/500 fS, T.P. 8-6-S9 0.0.Parker 20-16 Westward down Clark Fork from CAA Beacon on the headland near the wave-cut terrace (Nos. 20-12 and 20-15) toward Frenchtown., Mont. 1/250 ., WA

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20-18 Wilbur Simons at pump on shore of Hayden Lake, near Coeur d1 Alene, Idaho. This is the public supply at the Sportsmen's CampgrcuIYi. 1/500 f5, WA 8-7-59 G. G. Parker

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20-19 Eastward along the Spokane Valley fiume toward and across the Rathdrum Prairie. Mountains in disce from Idaho-Montana border. Ida. Rt. 93 to left side of pictur 1/.500 t,, W.l 8-7-.59 o. o. Parker 20-20 About same as 20-19 ward Post Falls and Id.a.

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20-21 Southwe t same spo 1/SOO .JS,. WA

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20-23 Upstream along Spokane River from same site in No. 20-22. _ -_tSOO , WA 8-7-59 -G.G. Parker---L-Rt Wilbu.r Sillons1 Bernadette E. Parker (ho 1ng ole Parker} and Robin A. Parker. 21-1 Pleistocene terrace gravels in Spokane R. valley just upstream from confluence with Little Spokane R; view westward. 1/500 F4.5 WA 8-7-59

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21-2 Down the Columbia River valley from south abutment or Qruil Coulee Dam, view toward ty: Coulee Dam. At this int 700 rt bove river level below dam. 1/500 r, WA 8-8-59 G. 21-3 Up the Columbia River valley from same site of 21-2. Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake in foreground. Bedrock here composed of Mesozoic granitic intrusives overlain by Miocene basalts. Terrace gravels of Pleistocene age at and above lake level in most of area of view. 1/500 f5, WA 8-8-59 G. G. Parker

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21-4 View northward across Columbia River just below Grand Coulee Dam at highlevel Pleistocene gravel te?Taces one of which furnished aggregate for concrete used in building dam and roads. 1/500 f, WA 8-8-59

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21-6 Across the Colwnbia River at north side of valley wall showing one of huge gravel -pitsdeveloped 1n PI~istocene terrace deposits to supply aggregate.f~ dam and roadways at Grand Cculee Dam,-wa h. 1/500 r5 WA 8-8-~9 G. o. Chief Joseph Dam on the Columbia R. near Bridgeport, Wash. . Miocene lava flows {Columbia River basalt~ high behind dam, their lower parts hidden by Pleistocene gravel terrace deposi 1/500 , WA _ 8-~-59 G. G. Parker

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View down the Columbia River valley at Brewster, wash. from s.E. margin of Okanogan Valley. Note high Pleistocene gravel terr~ce on west side of valley. 1 500 f5 WA 8-8-59

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stocene graTe~ depo zoic graniti~ intrusves OlllGmbia River valley, 1.ef"t Pateros, Wa h. 21-13 Downstream ~outhward) view of Col. R. valley about 2 mi. N. of Chelan, Wash., the Chelan bridge in view in far distance. Pleistocene terraces near river bear apple orchards: higher terraces are not used. 1/500 f 5, WA

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n-1.k View upstream site t .21-13. AlluTial fan tran. coulee n east bank has pu.shed river to west aide of valley-. U .s.c. ef E. plan to build Wells Dam in valley c nst.ruc-tion just abeve here. -1/SOO f5, WA 8-8-59 o. o. Parker in fore occupy along sho

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View up Downey creek valley (a U~ shaped glaciated valley) toward glaciated peaks and cirques of the Cascade Mt. Range in northwestern Washington, seen from helicopter, just above confluence with Suiattle River. f 5, T/P

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ea s an in northern cascade Mts. nea Cascade Glacier-on helicopte up the Downey Creek valley. 21-19 View up the valley of South Fork Cascade R. with the glacier in central distance; from helicopter. 1/250 f3.5 8-9-59 G. G. Parker

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South "4scade glacier and cirque . from left:wal_-l-of-s.c.R. valley; i marks source of So. Cascade R. at outlet of glacial lake below 'blacier. 1/2So r 3 .S WA South Cascade Glacier lies behind the rock ridge in foregrourxi and the hut is atop i_t but-is so well camoflagued as to be indistinguisb able in this view from helicopter. Mt. Leconte to left, Sentinal Peak ahead. 250 3.5 WA


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