General hydrology branch field project photographs - volume 3


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General hydrology branch field project photographs - volume 3

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General hydrology branch field project photographs - volume 3
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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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032968560 ( ALEPH )
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G16-00702 ( USFLDC DOI )
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Down South Cascade R. valley from USGS hut across terminal morainal deposits of the glacier. The stream gage is circled just below source of stream from glacial lake. Circle is gaging section. 1/250 f 5 • WA 8-9-59 G .G. Parker

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' . glacial lake View from sam but using tel

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22-4 View toward head of glacier from left wall below USGS Sta. No. 3. 1/500 f 5, ~.P. 8-9-59 G. G.Parker.

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22-6 Details of crevasse and snow fills in S.C.G. below USGS Sta No. J. 1/500 t 5, T.P. 8-9-59 G. G. Parker

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228 s . c u . s

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22-10 USGS glacier re earch hut, with Grant Kimmel (left) and Mark Meier (right, installing stove pipe). B.ltane tanks for light, cooking., and heating in yellow compartment on which Meier is standing. 1/$00f -6, T.P • . 8-le~--ffi o. Parker

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Mark Meier reading the max-min Thermograph on the •Savini polen at USGS glacier research station, s.c.o. 1/Soo r,.6, T •• Icebergs in glacial lake below s.c.G., one of which is carrying and submerged by a heavy load of gravel and boulders. Mark Meier preparing to take a picture. 1/500 f 5.6, T.P. 8-11-59 _G. G. P8rker

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23-2 View across sn911t f .c.G. and looking up the glacier with Sentinel P k in central bac ound. 1/r;oo tS.6 WA l-S9 o. a. Parker gs in lake ries a bur gs broke o

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23-10 Carl Spee sets helicopter down prior to taking oo.r crew nback to • civil . zatfon," making a tripfrom -s.c.o. to Green Mtn. Meadows in 18 minutes--a journey th t woul require 2 days of difficult cli ing with 1 night spent camping on the trail. or

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Enmons Glacier and source of White River. Ken Fahnestock's study area is in central and lower part of picture on the White R. flood plain. r 4. T.P. 8-13-59

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The Triangle" showing old terminal moraines of &mnons Glacier 1 marked b7 the dashed lines. That numbered 4 is the 1913 position of the glaci s snout. View from look-off near Yakima Park. 1/60 r.4 T.P. B-13-S9 . clouds, looking up Whi valley and &unons Glac Yakima Park.

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3-20 Alpine meadow with meandering and tarn. Yakima Park, Mt R Natio 1 Park , Wash.

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View up the White River valley to Emmons Glacier. No. 1 is Little Tahoma Mtn; No. 2 is Gibraltar; No. 3 is Mt. Ruth. Ken Fahnestock standing on terminal moraine of 1913 ice front. 1/250 r,.6 ,WA 8-14-59 From upper edge of the 1913 moraine looking down White River flood plain toward "The Notchtt . where the U SGS : stream-gaging station is situated.~ v. Ken Fahnestock in picture to le.ft. 1/250 f5.6, WA 8-14-59 G. G. Parker

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Looking along the edge of the 1913 moraine into "The Notch" where the USGS gage is 1 oca ted. Pictures 23-u and 23-5 are tal&n--en-the--Gaarea in central view. 1/250 f5.6, T. P . 8-14-59 • •• • • • ; • • - • . • ; . ; • •• • • ; .. -• . -; •

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Subsidence cracks 1n silt and sand deposited in a "kettle" on the nood plain shown in No 23-3. As buried ice melts beneath the kettle ----a depression results'. -1/250 .6, WA 8-14-59 G. G. Parker

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USGS ga ing station marked with circled on White River, at " e Notch." Mt. Rainier National Park, Wash. Kenneth Fahnestock and R bin Parker on left shore. Ar dio or TV tower section forms a dge -----over the 1/500 f5, WA USGS gaging station and meteorology station on White River at "The Notch! Ken Fahnestock and Robin Parker on footbridge. 1/250 f5, WA 8-14-59

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24-8 Looking upstream from "The Notch," Whi ta River flood plain. Mt. Rainier Nat•l Park, Wash. Kenneth Fahnestock and Robin Parker on footbridge. 1/250 f5, W.A. 8-14-59 G.G. Parker

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24-10 View on White River towa Notch" with a rmmber ot c bars in view. This si;r:e exhibit typical :ritfi -

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"nose" on which White River is now and here running on a topographic high; deeper channels exist on either side. 1/,00 f 5.6

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Peter Gott operating time-1.apse movie camera shooting pictures of small-stream (rivulet) flow with minute antidune moving characteristically upstream. Compare with Nos. 24-24 and 24-25 and 24-26. 1/500 .6, Same site Parker t, 1/500 f.5.6

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View over Frying Pan Cil.acier east of Little Tahoma Mt. Frying Pan Cr-eek fiows out -of left side of picture around shoulder of Goat Island Mt. which here forms east side of White R. valley wall. 1/250 f S T.P. 8-14-59 G. G. Parker Snout of Flnmons Glacier (No. l); Frying Pan Glacier (No. 2); sur-face of Emmons Glacier (No. 3); __ _ near heaa orwhi te7tiver, Mt. Rainie National.Park, Wash. 1/250 f 5 WA 8-14-59 G. G. Parker

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24-24 White River fiowing in 3 parallel channels at successively lower altitudes toward camera hear head ot White River, Wash. 1/250 f5 WA 8-24-59 Antidunes, microsize, on a rill of White River floodplain near head of river. Pocket knife gives scale. 1/250 T.P.

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24-27 Garald G. Parker sampling bedload transport of White River about 200 yards above "The Chute." 1/250 T.P. 8-24-59 G. G. Parker

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25-1 View wut down the Touch t along US 410 near Long, Was the Palouse Hills the gre country of the Pacific Nort

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257 Irrigated p sturage near mouth of ____ _Al.p_Q~~9 -~~ek very near Sna~ J?iver, abrut 7 miles est of Clarkston, Wqsh. N ote tilted fault block center dista~ce ~nd n rly horizontal strata all basalt flows -to its left. Snake Rive r nows long foot of fault block 1 / 500 f 3 . 5 WA 8-26~9 25-8 View slightly to right 0f No. 25-7 and overlapping ~ \ce R. . valley toward Clarkston , . treme left of pictnre. Irrigatf : pasturage and Hereford cattle C l nter of picture. Note nearly horizontal basalt flows to -right. 1/$00 t3.5, w.A. 8-26-$9 o.o.Parker

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25-9 View down8tream along S about a mile west of Cl 2,-10 Views. from Bert Zintnerly Lokoff on "loops• of US 95, overlookin the Snake R. which is flowing north at this point. Clarkston, Wash. to right (ve _st) and Lewiston., Idaho to left (east). Clearwater River come in from east. 1/l.JO fS, WA 8-26-59

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View southeastward fr as 2.S-10 and 25-n.

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Abcu.t same ae 2$-11 except using T.P. lens; the Lewiston bridge to left center-over the Clearwater

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2S-l5 View westward Vie •

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ps e of No. 2.$-19. US 11"1 2 Moyie Gorge on bridge in falls. View down (west) Gorge of Moy-ie River from about 200 yds downstream -----1'rom Moyie Falls, Ida. A short distance to west the Moyie joins the Kootenai. Nete the angular unconforai.ty between the beveled and tilted rocks of Belt Series am the overlying Pleistocene till. l/t2.$ fS, WA 8-59 G.G. Parker

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Glacial till beeide US Moyie Falla bridge. 1/125 r5 1 WA 8-27-59 o. G. Parker 26-1 View up (east) the Kootenai R. from high bluff on right bank; picture-framed with ponderesa pine and Douglas fir. 1/60 ,1 WA 8-27-59

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cuts 7 dippiDg ot thes l>e -in-View west from site :in 26-2. Here the Ko tenai Valley is narrowest; to east it widens greatly, as at Libby, Mont. and is floored de•ply vi th gravel and sand of the Pleisto-

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26-S View weetward across an interaontane valley abrot 10 mi west of Kalispell, Mont., along US Hwy 2. Bedrock is Beltian, grooved and pelished in rutcrops, and deeply tilled in valleys in many places by glacial deposits. 1/250 151 WA 8-27-59

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South down Flathead River fran US Hwy' 2 bridge abcu t 2 mi east. ef Kalispell, Mont. River here f'lowa in the RecJq Ht. Trenoh am the Talle7 contains deep gravel-and .. and glacial OU h posita. , l/.L2S tS, -1

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26-8 h down the South Fork of Flat---'head Riiertrom US Hwi-2; leoking -toward site of Hungry Herse Dam and Reservoir. 1/125 fS, WA 8-27-59 View west across Lake McDonald rem glacier Nt11 Park's "Going te the sun Highway," a few miles east of West Glacier, Mont. 1/6o fS, WA 8-27-59 G. G. Parker

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Glaciera 'Inn ( -pic ,ture) • -Gla Mont. USGS p . . wa7

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Orinne • !he Many Glacie campgr the flat in cen-tral d yond the haises.

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26-19 USGS gage on Grinnell Creek at Grinnell Glacier near Many Glacier, Mont. L-R: Frank Bell., SW B.A.C., RMA, DenTer., Cele.; and Frank Stennitz., SWB, D.E., Helena, Mont. 1/350 t,.6 WA 8-28-59

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"J hnson Pond,n from same site as No. 26-21 and slightly overlapping it. Large bergs float abrut 301 out of water of pord. 25 t4 WA 8-28-59 Grinnell storage gage No. 1 with Frank Stermitz staniing by. Gage is approx. 22 ft tQ.gh. A therm -graph and wet-and-dry-bulb hydro• graph are in shelter. 1 2,0 fS WA 8-28-59

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Southwest at LeWia Range in Glacier National Park seen across Lake st. Mary from us 89 north of St. Mary, Mont. 1/.500 t,, WA 8-29-.59 Lewie Range, in this part of the northern Rocky Mts., is the front range. Seen from the High Plains along US 2 abrot 2 mi E. cf Browning, Mont. l 500 t, WA 8-29-.59


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