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Alluvial architecture of the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, Cane Springs Anticline, Canyonlands, Utah
Alluvial architecture of the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, Cane Springs Anticline, Canyonlands, Utah, credited to Hazel Jr, Joseph E, published in 1991. Published by Northern Arizona University, in 1991.
In September 2013 the Springs Stewardship Institute received funding from the BOR to map springs and springs-dependent species in the DLCC. Since then we have configured our server, migrated our geodatabase to an ArcSDE, and published several WMS and WFS to our domain at https://arcgis.springsdata.org/arcgis/rest/services . This includes a WMS of springs in the DLCC that we have also made available through ArcGIS Online at http://bit.ly/1k6zo7p . We have also migrated our non-spatial survey data to an online application at http://springsdata.org/index.php . This is a user-friendly interface for a MySQL database that includes georeferencing, geomorphology, flow, flora, fauna, water quality, and condition assessment...