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Handwritten information on back of photograph(s): USGS 1953 Fuels Branch Fuels Group, Denver Supervisors Conference, New Custom House Bldg., Denver, Colorado. 1953. Individuals in group photograph. See view in ScienceBase link below to access pdf of photo number legend. 1. John Maher 2. Hoye D. Ergle 3. Jim Schopf 4. Flora K. Walker 5. John W. Huddle 6. Louis Gardner 7. Jim Pepper 8. G.N. Pipringos 9. Gordon H. Wood 10. W.G. Pierce 11. W.B. Cashion 12. Richard K. Hose 13. William C. Culbertson 14. Harold H. Arndt 15. Louis Conant 16. N.W. Bass 17. Paul Applin 18. John A. Reinemund 19. Albert E. Roberts 20. Holly C. Wagner 21. David J. Love 22. Jack E. Schoellhamer 23. C.B. Read 24. P.D. Snavely 25. Ralph L. Miller...
Evolution of the landscape along the Clear Creek Corridor,Colorado--Urbanization, aggregate mining, and reclamation
Prime agricultural land along the Clear Creek floodplain, Colorado, attracted settlement in the 1850's but the demand for sand and gravel for 1900's construction initiated a sequence of events that exceeded previous interests and created the modified landscape and urban ecosystem that exists today. The Clear Creek valley corridor offers a landscape filled with a persistent visible and hidden reminder of it's past use.The map sheets illustrate the Clear Creek landscape as a series of compositions, both at the macro view (in the spatial context of urban structure and highways from aerial photographs) and micro view (from the civic scale where landscape features like trees, buildings, and sidewalks are included). The...
Data release for the Historical land use and land cover for assessing the northern Colorado Front Range urban landscape
The dataset was generated to describe historical land-use and land-cover (LULC)for the northern Colorado urban Front Range (which includes the cities of Boulder, Fort Collins, Greeley, and Denver) for an area covering approximately 1,023,660 hectares. The Front Range urban landscape is diverse and interspersed with highly productive agriculture as well as natural land cover types including evergreen forest in the Rocky Mountain foothills and Great Plains grassland. To understand the dynamics of urban growth, raster maps were created at a 1-meter resolution for each of four time steps, nominally 1937, 1957, 1977, and 1997. In total, 8 to 38 LULC classes were identified using manual interpretation techniques, aerial...
Album caption and index card: Members of the Petroleum Geology Colloquium, organized by Fuels Branch Petroleum Geology Laboratory. From left to right: W.R. Keefer, A.T. Myers, A.D. Zapp, P.W. Richards, Leonard Harris, Jack E. Schoellhamer, Wallace de Witt Jr., Curt Teichert, E.E. Glick, W.D. Johnson, Jr., George O. Bachman, L.B. Riley, John E. Johnston, Robert Brown. U.S. Geological Survey. Denver, Colorado. May 15, 1957.