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View east toward flood-damaged travertine pools below Havasu Falls, Havasu Creek, Cataract Canyon.
View north toward basalt dike (photograph EI10) in Hakatai Shale, Unkar Group, on north side of river mile 77.2, at beginning of Hance Rapids. Shinumo Sandstone forms cliff at upper edge of photograph.
View east and upriver toward Unkar Group of rocks, Cardenas Basalt sill (black), Bass Formation (light gray), Hakatai Shale (red), unconformably below overlying Cambrian Tapeats Sandstone, from south side of river mile 134.8.
Coalbed Methane Reserves and Production in 2006 for the Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative
The Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GPLCC, http://www.greatplainslcc.org/) is a partnership that provides applied science and decision support tools to assist natural resource managers conserve plants, fish and wildlife in the mid- and short-grass prairie of the southern Great Plains. It is part of a national network of public-private partnerships — known as Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs, http://www.fws.gov/science/shc/lcc.html) — that work collaboratively across jurisdictions and political boundaries to leverage resources and share science capacity. The Great Plains LCC identifies science priorities for the region and helps foster science that addresses these priorities to support wildlife...
Lithium Occurrences and Processing Facilities of Argentina, and Salars of the Lithium Triangle, Central South America
The "Li_Triangle_ARG_MRP_NMIC.gdb" geospatial database was developed by the U.S. Geological Survey for use in a geographic information system (GIS) to support mineral resource research and assessment of lithium resources in the Argentina portion of the central South American Lithium Triangle. The Lithium Triangle is host to significant amounts (nearly 60%) of the worlds known (identified) resources of lithium. Over 100 salars and lagunas, ranging in area from a few square kilometers (km2) to approximately 9,000 km2, are found within this region. The Lithium Triangle is approximately 400,000 km2 and encompasses about 150 internal drainage basins in northwestern Argentina, western Bolivia, northern Chile, and southern-most...
View east from Bass Trail across river toward Precambrian Wheeler Fold on north side of river mile 108.3. Mesoproterozoic rocks including Cardenas Basalt (black rock, lower right edge of photograph), Bass Formation (white strata, left side of photograph, Wheeler Fold, bottom center, and white ledges, base of upper cliffs), Hakatai Shale (brown cliff and upper gray ledges, upper center of photograph), and Shinumo Sandstone (brown cliff, upper edge of photograph).
Aerial view west toward landslide of Toroweap Formation (photograph EL18) on east side of Nankoweap Mesa, about 1 mile southwest of river mile 53.5.
View north from Esplanade Sandstone toward Forster Canyon breccia pipe (white bleached zone in Watahomigi and Manakacha Formations of Supai Group) in west wall of Forster Canyon, a half mile southwest of river mile 123.4.
Aerial view north towards Vulcans Throne volcano in distance on north side of river mile 179.3. View in foreground is north along Toroweap Fault in lower Prospect Canyon at faulted unnamed Pleistocene cinder cone and alluvium on east side of Prospect Canyon. Mount Trumbull (Pliocene basalt) on skyline, left side of photograph.
Black river-polished amphibolitic schist, west (left) bank of river mile 127.5.
View southeast toward lower Supai village area of the Havasupai Reservation, from rim of Esplanade Sandstone, just south of Navajo Falls. Pliocene alluvial valley floor, Watahomigi Formation (lower slope), Manakacha Formation (large cliff), Wescogame Formation (upper slope and ledges), and Esplanade Sandstone cliff (forms inner canyon plateau).
Cave in Woods Ranch Member of Toroweap Formation, Marble Canyon, south side of Tanner Wash, southeast of river mile 14.6.
Aerial view northwest toward Horn Creek Rapids, river mile 90.9, showing numerous pegmatite and granite dikes in black Vishnu Schist. Inner canyon is 1,300 feet deep here.
View west toward Cottonwood Spring, north wall of Redwall Limestone in Green Spring Canyon.
View northeast toward Meriwhitica Springs on travertine flats of Meriwhitica Canyon and east wall of Spencer Canyon in background with unnamed Redwall Limestone buttes.
Aerial view north along Hurricane Fault in Two Hundred and Seventeen Mile canyon toward upper Granite Park Canyon. Redwall Limestone lower left of photograph and upper right of photograph.
View north toward Meriwhitica Monocline from trail in Meriwhitica Canyon, about 2 miles southwest of Meriwhitica Springs. Redwall Limestone is large upper gray cliff.
Calcite and other minerals in travertine vein that fills a fault plane in upper Diamond Creek canyon.
Aerial view west across Spencer Canyon toward Quaternary travertine dam in Meriwhitica Canyon (large gray cliff at canyon floor, middle part of photograph). Precambrian granite at Spencer Canyon bottom, Redwall Limestone at canyon rims.
WS61. View west of contacts between Redwall Limestone, Temple Butte Formation, Cambrian unclassified dolomites, and Muav Limestone
View west toward east wall of Grand Canyon of contacts between Redwall Limestone (upper half of cliff), dark-gray Temple Butte Formation cliff, Cambrian unclassified dolomites, and Muav Limestone from river mile 266.0.