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3 edition of Principal facts for gravity stations in and near the Whipple Mountains Wilderness study area (CDCA-312), San Bernardino County, California and Mohave County, Arizona found in the catalog.

Principal facts for gravity stations in and near the Whipple Mountains Wilderness study area (CDCA-312), San Bernardino County, California and Mohave County, Arizona

Principal facts for gravity stations in and near the Whipple Mountains Wilderness study area (CDCA-312), San Bernardino County, California and Mohave County, Arizona

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Published by The Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gravity stations -- California -- San Bernardino County,
  • Gravity stations -- Arizona -- Mohave County

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas B. Gage and Robert W. Simpson ; United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 82-1089, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-1089
    ContributionsSimpson, Robert W, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13606642M

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Principal facts for gravity stations in and near the Whipple Mountains Wilderness study area (CDCA-312), San Bernardino County, California and Mohave County, Arizona Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Principal facts for gravity stations in and near the Whipple Mountains Wilderness study area (CDCA), San Bernardino County, California and Mohave County, Arizona.

[Thomas B Gage; Robert W Simpson; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The Whipple Mountains Wilderness is a 76,acre (30, ha) wilderness administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Most of the Whipple Mountains are within the wilderness area. It is located in the northeastern Colorado Desert near the Colorado River.

Lake Havasu and Lake Havasu City are 25 miles (40 km) to the North. Earp, California and Parker, Arizona are 20 miles (32 km) to the Location: San Bernardino County, California, United States. The present-day landform of the Whipple Mountains is a series of sub-parallel ridges trending northwest to southeast, cut at right angles by a large wash, (Whipple Wash), which bisects the entire linear ridges mark the tops of tilted crustal blocks lying in the hanging wall of an extensive detachment fault, and the range as a whole comprises one of the best exposed and most studied Country: United States.

rugged with sloping flanks to the south and precipitous Whipple Mountains Wilderness Study Area appear to be faces to the north.

economically minable at the average prices of gold, APPROXIMATE BOUNDARY OF WHIPPLE MOUNTAINS ADDITION WILDERNESS STUDY AREA (AZ) APPROXIMATE BOUNDARY WHIPPLE MOUNTAINS WILDERNESS STUDY AREA (CDCA)Cited by: 2. PRINCIPAL FACTS FOR GRAVITY STATIONS IN THE BIG MARIA, RIVERSIDE, AND WHIPPLE MOUNTAINS, CALIFORNIA By Thomas B.

Gage and Robert W. Simpson Presented in table 1 are gravity stations obtained in March and April of An explanation of the headings for table 1 is as follows: STATION IDENTIFICATION R = Riverside Mountains, BM = Big Maria Mountains,Author: Thomas B.

Gage, Robert W. Simpson. Principal facts for gravity stations in the Big Maria, Riverside, and Whipple Mountains, California Open-File Report By: Thomas B.

Gage and Robert W. Simpson. Principal facts for gravity stations in and near the Whipple Mountains wilderness study area (CDCA), San Bernardino County, California, and Mohave County, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report22 p. Wilderness - MAP Whipple Mountains >> Map #27 Whipple Mountains Wilderness SIZE: 77, acres LOCATION: San Bernardino County; 10 miles northwest of Parker, Arizona NATURAL RESOURCES: The Whipple Mountains lie east to west across this wilderness.

The western half of the range is created from pale green formations. the original proposed Whipple Mountains Wilderness Area, but a few are outside. The USGS topo maps show numerous additional mines and prospects that were apparently not examined.

Plate 1, of Wright et. () also shows additional mines outside of the Wilderness Area. Principal facts for gravity stations in the carbonate-rock province of eastern and southern Nevada are tabulated and presented.

The gravity data were collected in support of groundwater studies in several valleys. The study areas include the Elko area, northern Steptoe Valley, Coyote Spring Valley, and the western Sheep Range area.

The data for each site include values for latitude. - Handies Peak Wilderness Study Area, Colorado. 6 Arkansas Hills (USFS Roadless Area) 7 Aspen Ridge 8 Barbara Whipple Trail 9 Bassam Park 10 Big Bend Motorcross Track 11 Browns Canyon/Hecla Junction take-out 12 Browns Canyon Wilderness Study Area 13 37 Denver, Leadville & Gunnison Depot Buena Vista Chamber of Commerce 14 Buena Vista Heritage Museum 15 Buena Vista Whitewater ParkFile Size: 2MB.

Whipple Mountains. Within the Whipple Mountains area, the Chemehuevi District extended from opposite the Bill Williams River to the La Paz ferry and “from twenty to fifty miles” back from the Colorado River. Immediately north of it is a “river bottom of about six miles in length and three miles in width.”.

discovered in the s, was the area’s biggest producer of silver and gold, with a 4,foot tram-way down to its mill below the DSP&P RR and the Morley Bridge.

The collapsed Allie Belle and Flora Belle Ore Tipple is a photography favorite along the Chalk Creek Canyon Exploration Route. In the Arkansas Hills near Turret the GoldFile Size: 8MB. The area on the side of the mountains away from the wind is a _____ _____which is an area on the dry, sheltered side of a mountain that receives little rainfall.

Alaska Latitude also affects climate in the US______is cold most of the year because it is far from the equator. 12// Whipple Mountain Wilderness. Whipple Mountain Saguaros DecemberFrom the south the distance is longer but the routes are easier because there are washes that lead into the central mountains.

These Saguaro were documented 15 years ago by helicopter. probably a catchment pond. We found no evidence of a well or a. There is a small range at the edge of the Great Divide Basin in Wyoming. I’ve passed it many times over the years on the way to points one memorable year, I hiked just to the west of it.

This obscure range is the Ferris Mountain Wilderness Study Area. Not much is known about this range. the exploitation of the area was halted by the action of many individuals (specifically John Muir) who worked for the preservation of the Big Trees and the Sierra Nevada wilderness.

He explored the Yosemite region on foot and discovered Big Trees ("Giant Forest") and enlisted help from politicians, newspaper editors and citizens to save the. Calder, R. S.,The Geology of, and known Mineral Occurrences within, Wilderness Study Area Varnar Hills-Peloncillo Mountains.

Arizona Geological Survey Open File report, OFR, 13 p. GD Principal facts for gravity stations in the Nevada portion of the Kingman 1*2 degree quadrangle, by R. Bracken andM.

Kane, 42 p. Fact Sheet FS Waste burial in arid environments--application of information from a field laboratory in the Mojave Desert, southern Nevada, Augustby B. Andraski, D. Prudic, and W. Probably the most grotesque of all the monsters of this period was the armored dinosaur (Stegosaurus).

It was a herbivorous or vegetable-eating creature, about 20 feet long and 10 feet high, with an extremely small lizard-like head, long hind legs, and short forelegs.This area excellently exposes a faulted and tilted sequence of Miocene volcanic and sedimentary rocks in the hanging wall of the Whipple Detachment Fault.

To understand the structural and stratigraphic development of this highly deformed region, we mapped an ~ km 2 area at scales ranging from toand complied atas Author: Mary Kate Fidler, Phillip B. Gans, Beau Gentry, Jade Star Lackey.bone and other area mountains for many years, adds that early residents probably viewed it as “the backbone of the mountains.” Just before the West Virginia border, Backbone rises to 3, feet above sea level—the highest point in Mary-land.

The peak is named Hoye-Crest in honor of the late.