2 edition of Water-supply possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah found in the catalog.
Water-supply possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah
I. Wendell Marine
|Statement||by I. Wendell Marine ; prepared in cooperation with the National Park Service.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1475-G, Hydrology of the public domain|
|Contributions||United States. National Park Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 201-208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
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Get this from a library. Water-supply possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah. [I Wendell Marine; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Department of. WATER-SUPPLY POSSIBILITIES AT CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH By I.
WENDELL MARINE ABSTRACT A water supply of 50 gpm (gallons per minute) is estimated to be sufficient to supply the present and future water demand at the monument.
The Coconino sandstone of Permian age seems to be capable of yielding this quantity to a wellAuthor: I. Wendell Marine. Get this from a library. Water-supply possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah. [I Wendell Marine; Geological Survey (U.S.),].
A water supply of 50 gpm (gallons per minute) is estimated to be sufficient to supply the present and future water demand at the monument. The Coconino sandstone of Permian age seems to be capable of Utah book this quantity to a well between 1, and 2, feet deep in the vicinity of Fruita.
Recharge to this aquifer probably is principally from the Fremont River. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper G: Water-Supply Possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah () Geological Survey Bulletin Geology of the Circle Cliffs Area, Garfield and Kane Counties, Utah () Water-supply possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah (USGS Water Supply Paper G) (*).
USGS Water Supply Paper D: Geology and occurrence of ground water at Jewel Cave National Monument, South Dakota. By C.
Dyer. Pages2 figs. USGS Water Supply Paper G: Water-supply possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument, Utah.
By L. Wendell Marine. Pages2 plates in pocket, 2 tables. The Dinosaur Quarry. Water-supply possibilities at Capitol Reef National Monument Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado-Utah, by John M. Good, Theodore Elmer White, and Gilbert F.
Stucker (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: Natural Bridges National Monument (Utah) Natural Bridges National Monument (), by United States. National Park Service (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: Natural Bridges National Monument. (See the photograph large, “Canyon In Waterpocket Fold, Capitol Reef National Park, Utah.” At first we continued in our Camper, leaving Hite Marina, with Ark Ekker and Jay in the Jeep Wagoneer and A.C.
Ekker in his GMC 4×4 Pickup. We crossed a cattle guard and followed a dirt track on a high cliff contouring around to the head of Rock Canyon. USGS Water Supply Papers - USGS Historical Water Surface Supply and Water Quality Papers WSP / Sundstrom, R.
W., / PUBLIC WATER SUPPLIES IN CENTRAL AND NORTH-CENTRAL TEXAS,pb, pages, 1 plate, $ 8. The county has part of three national parks within its boundaries: Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, and Canyonlands, as well as a portion of the newly designated Grand Staircase- Escalante National. Plunge Pool, Tributary to Coyote Gulch, now Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah, by Philip Hyde.
Original version from Slickrock with Edward Abbey. Philip Hyde worked with David Brower to help establish many national parks of the West. Hyde also knew Howard Zahniser, talked with him about projects by phone and met with him in. water supply 87 Cane Creek anticline 24 Canyon de Chelly National Monument Canyon King 8 Canyon Lands Section, Colorado Plateau 9, 22 Canyonlands National Park 3, 9, 15, Canyonlands Natural History Association 8 Capitol Reef National Park Carithers, Joe Carmel Formation Cassidy, Butch 12 Caves, Entrada Sandstone 9 Cedar.
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print. off., ), by Everett Carpenter (page images at HathiTrust) Underground water in Sanpete and central Sevier valleys, Utah. On the way, you’ll stop and admire the golden sandstone of Capitol Reef, and refuel at the unique Kiva Koffeehouse, which overlooks the expanse of the Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument.
Once arrived, there is a chance to hike a section of Bryce Canyon: from the easy Rim Trail, to the moderate Queen's Garden Trail or the strenuous. Woodbury, Ibid. Throughout the agrarian West, marked the onset of drought, the discontinuance of wartime spending, the elimination of wartime price supports, and the failure of overseas and domestic markets.
Utah stock cows that sold for up to $70 a head in sold for $20 a head in Wool dropped from 60 cents per pound to less than 20 cents per pound. 58 Barton A.
Wright, “Professional Evaluation of Cultural Affiliation of Three Buffalo Hide Shields from Capitol Reef National Park, Utah,” unpublished manuscript,pp.Capitol Reef.
#H PRELIMINARY GEOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF THE CAPITOL REEF AREA WAYNE COUNTY UTAH wps with ownership stamp else vg, 10 pp., 3 figs. Price: $ (stock#USGSBH) #E Sears J.
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Turn right on Hwy. 24 and drop down to Capitol Reef National Park. Here you’ll find orchards and the preserved remains of Mormon homesteads, all clustered along the beautiful Fremont River. Note that instead of going over Boulder Mtn.
you can reach Capitol Reef by traveling the amazing Burr Trail.