2 edition of Geology and paleontology of the Heart Lake area, White River Plateau, northwest Colorado found in the catalog.
Geology and paleontology of the Heart Lake area, White River Plateau, northwest Colorado
Daniel James Hafley
Written in English
|Statement||by Daniel James Hafley.|
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Additional details about our local geology are available in a 3-part series of articles: The Pajarito Plateau Part 1 – Setting the Stage Daily Post, Jan The Pajarito Plateau Part 2 – Its Creation Daily Post, Feb The Pajarito Plateau Part 3 – When White Rock Was a Lake Daily Post, Apr Paleontology of the Grand Valley Ever since humans arrived in the Grand Valley, the paleontological resources of this area have fascinated their minds. Soon after the area was settled in the s, paleontologists began arriving to investigate the mysteries of ancient life captured in the rocks.
The story behind this incredible area deals with the formation of what is known as the Colorado Plateau. This area covers , square miles in Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. If you have ever been to any of Utah’s Mighty Five National Parks you are on the Colorado Plateau, but it’s much more than that. The Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Upper Eocene Strata in the Northeastern Part of the Wind River Basin, Wyoming Part 2. The Mammalian Fauna of the Badwater Area Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
The Geology/Paleontology faculty are exploring processes recorded in the rock record, including sedimentary, structural, igneous, marine, planetary and glacial geology; paleontology and geobiology. Research is process-oriented and interdisciplinary, with a strong field component. Active areas of research include faulting and crustal deformation. White River Plateau is a mountain in Colorado and has an elevation of 11, feet. White River Plateau from Mapcarta, the free map.
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Geology of the White River Formation: The White River Formation contains numerous late Eocene and Oligocene vertebrate, invertebrate and plant fossils in the Douglas, Wyoming area. It is composed of terrestrial sedimentary rocks ( meters thick), including mudstones, siltstones, sandstones, minor conglomerates, and volcanic paleoenvironment was an aggradational meandering river system (ancestoral North Platte River.
The Colorado Plateau is one of the Earth's northwest Colorado book strikingly beautiful geological provinces -- and one of the most enigmatic. Millions of years of the planet's evolution are recorded in layer after layer of distinctive geological strata, which are remarkably free from the folding and other distortions that scramble the record elsewhere/5(34).
The Colorado Plateau is a land of scenic beauty characterized by sparsely vegetated plateaus, mesas, deep canyons, and barren badlands. It encompasses an area of approximatelysquare miles in the four corners region of White River Plateau, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.
It includes the area drained by the Colorado River and it's tributaries theFile Size: 81KB. This paper presents some of the results of a geologic field investigation, carried on during the past several years, of much of the White River uplift in northwestern Colorado.
Several geologists of the U. Geological Survey assisted in the field work. The Survey's paleontologists identified many fossil collections and made many of the collections in the field.
Rocks Near Glenwood White River Plateau, Colorado Jordan Kissler and Alisa Bennett, GEY Glenwood Springs, displays mostly quartz-biotite schists, and later granites (Archean age). Faulting is of the high-angle, gravity type characteristic of plateau areas.
Rocks of the White. Quaternary History of the Aucilla River, Florida: Paleoindians, Paleontology, and Paleoecology Article in Journal of Mammalian Evolution 15(3) September with 8 ReadsAuthor: Gary S.
Morgan. 3D Fossils—Grand Canyon Paleontology. Celebrating Years of Paleontological Discoveries in the Grand Canyon. 3D Fossils—Smithsonian's NPS Collections. Learn how the Smithsonian and NPS are working together to create 3D fossil models.
Explore National Park Fossils. The Nez Perce Reservation lies within the confines of the geologic area known as the Clearwater Embayment or the Clearwater Plateau Sub-area. The Clearwater Embayment is one of the many geologic Sub-areas of the Columbia River Basalt Group.
Making up the Clearwater Sub-area's million acres are Idaho, Clearwater, Lewis, and Nez Perce. These mountains had been formed by major crustal movements over an approximately million year period, but were shaped and modified by stream and river erosion.
This was the setting for the next, and very dramatic, step in the evolution of northwest Montana—glaciation. Pleistocene Epoch –. The White Mountains and Springerville Volcanic Field of eastcentral Arizona contain a variety of spectacular geologic features (Figure A).
Because of the relatively sparse vegetation over much of this area, most of these features are easy to recognize and photograph.
Similar features occur throughout much of the western United States. Our field research takes us all over the Rocky Mountain Region to the Arctic and tropical America, and we utilize the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History’s vast paleontology collection that includes overcatalogued specimens from more than 45 states and 80 countries.
Green River Oxbow, Canyonlands National Park. NPS photo/Neal Herbert. This region is one of the world's premier natural showcases for Earth history.
Encompassingsquare miles (, km), the Colorado Plateau straddles the region known as The Four Corners, where the states of Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico meet.
The area covered in detail stretches from the Book Cliffs to the deep canyons of the San Juan River area. The events that shaped this vast region are clearly described and include the most recent interpretations of ongoing geologic forces.
Geologic History of Utah and the Colorado Plateau. I’ve put a lot of thought and study into the geologic history of Utah and the Colorado Plateau over the last decade. I hope in this article I can add some insight into the subject, and make the geologic history of.
Intro to Geologic History of the Colorado Plateau The geologic history of the Colorado Plateau can be subdivided into six broad periods ranging from Precambrian to Recent. Period 1 includes the whole of the Precambrian. Rocks of Period 1 are exposed only in the cores of some of the uplifts which flank the Colorado Plateau, [ ].
The present configuration of the Bear River with respect to Bear Lake Valley may not have been established until the late Pliocene. The absence of Uinta Range–derived quartzites in fluvial gravel on the crest of the Bear Lake Plateau east of Bear Lake suggests that the present headwaters were not part of the drainage basin in the late Tertiary.
PALEOVALLEY AND GEOLOGIC MAP OF NORTHEASTERN COLORADO By Glenn R. Scott INTRODUCTION While mapping the geology of the Sterling 1 o x 2° quadrangle, northeastern Colorado (Scott, ), I found that the courses of many former streams could be inferred from the preserved remnants of their gravel deposits.
After theCited by: The Geology of the Intermountain West is an open-access journal published by the Utah Geological Association providing authors a digital option for rapid publication of research on the geology of Utah and surrounding areas.
The journal is peer-reviewed and manuscripts are prepared quickly for electr. Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology, Paleoceanography and Paleontology The Department has a vibrant program to understand past climates, ecosystems, environments and the history of the oceans.
The vertebrate paleontology program at UW is outstanding, with faculty holding joint appointments in the Department of Geology and Geophysics and the. The Colorado Plateau is a geological wonderland that encompassessquare miles (, square kilometers) centered around the Four Corners area of the American West and within the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah.
It ranges in elevation from slightly over 2, feet ( meters) along the Colorado River in the Grand. Video | Plant Life | Area History | Cutthroat Trout | Real "WILD" Wildlife Geology. The Flattops comprise the northern extent of the White River Plateau. Uplift began approximately 52 million years ago.
Three periods of volcanic activity followed the uplift, between and million years ago. Pleistocene and possibly some early Holocene.The Heart Lake Conglomerate also has dots, but was deposited in the most recent geologic period, known as the Quaternary (from million years ago to the present), which is usually colored in.C.5 GEOLOGY, SOILS, and PALEONTOLOGY December C Final EIR/EIS C Geologic Conditions and Hazards Geologic Setting The Antelope-Pardee transmission line would cross four areas of distinctive geologic character and province, the Antelope Valley, the San Andreas Rift Zone, the Liebre-Sierra Pelona Mountains, and the Soledad Basin.