Skip to main content
Advanced Search

Filters: Tags: Earthquake Information Bulletin Collection (X)

7 results (42ms)   

View Results as: JSON ATOM CSV
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Earthquake-generated landslide at Hebgen Lake. Madison County, Montana. ca. 1959. (Photo by U.S. Forest Service). Published as Figure 1, on page 28, in U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake Information Bulletin, v. 9, no. 2. March-April, 1977.
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Evolution of Seismic Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Published on page 21 in U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake Information Bulletin, V. 9, no. 2. March-April, 1977.
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Earliest photograph of fumarole area that later developed into Seismic Geyser Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Spring, 1960. (Photo by G.D. Maher). Published as Figure 2, on page 23, in U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.9, no.2. March-April, 1977.
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Explosive burst just breaking the surface pool of Seismic Geyser with water level below level of discharge. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. May 30, 1966. (Photo by G.D. Maher). Published as Figure 4, on page 23, in U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake Information Bulletin, v. 9, no. 2. March-April, 1977.
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Fence along south side of State Route 499 near Corey Spring, Montana, offset and compressed by hillside slump resulting from Hebgen Lake, Montana earthquake of August 17, 1959. View west. Shovel at lower right indicates location of underthrus fault in alluvium. Gallatin County, Motnana. August 1959. (Photo no. 77 by J.R. Stacy (sjr00077)). Published on back cover of U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake Information Bulletin, v. 6, no. 6, Novermber-December, 1974.
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Slump of former State Highway 287 into Hebgen Lake. Highwasy 287 followed the north shore of Hebgen Lake; in several places large masses of sedimnent, saturated by water, slumped into the lake. View is southeastward. Hebgen Lake earthquake, Gallatin County, Montana. August 1959. (Photo no. 82ct by I.J. Witkind (wij00082_ct). Published on page 18 in U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake Information Bulletin, v. 7, no. 1. January-February, 1975.
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Seismic Geyser after initial eruptions. Note large blocks of sinter near the vent, with fine debris absent in the splashed area. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Spring, 1963. (Photo by G.D. Maher). Published as Figure 3, on page 23, in U.S. Geological Survey. Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.9, no.2. March-April, 1977.


    map background search result map search result map Earliest photograph of the fumarole area that later developed into Seismic Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1960. Seismic Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin after initial eruptions. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1963. Explosive burst just breaking the surface pool of Seismic Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin with the water level below the level of discharge. Evolution of Seismic Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date. Fence near Corey Spring, offset and compressed by hillside slump. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Slump of former State Highway 287 into Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Earthquake-generated landslide at Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Madison County, Montana Earthquake. Circa 1959. Fence near Corey Spring, offset and compressed by hillside slump. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Slump of former State Highway 287 into Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Montana Earthquake. 1959. Earthquake-generated landslide at Hebgen Lake. Hebgen Lake, Madison County, Montana Earthquake. Circa 1959. Earliest photograph of the fumarole area that later developed into Seismic Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1960. Seismic Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin after initial eruptions. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. 1963. Explosive burst just breaking the surface pool of Seismic Geyser in Upper Geyser Basin with the water level below the level of discharge. Evolution of Seismic Geyser. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date.