4 edition of Investigation of the geology and hydrology of the Coconino Plateau of northern Arizona found in the catalog.
Investigation of the geology and hydrology of the Coconino Plateau of northern Arizona
Marilyn E. Flynn
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?]
Written in English
|Statement||[Marilyn E. Flynn and Donald J. Bills] ; prepared in cooperation with the Arizona Department of Water Resources|
|Series||USGS fact sheet -- 113-02, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-02-113|
|Contributions||Bills, Donald J, Arizona. Dept. of Water Resources, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (4 p.) :|
Small-scale structures, including ripple marks, slump marks of two types, and rain patches, occur locally on the surfaces of steeply dipping laminae in the eolian Coconino sandstone. These surface features are described and analyzed. Comparisons are made between them and similar structures observed in the modern dunes of the Navajo by: The text below is taken directly from Jon Spencer’s introduction to this posthumous release of William R. Dickinson notes and illustrations on the Cretaceous and Laramide of the Colorado Plateau. "William R. Dickinson was in the process of preparing a comprehensive publication on the Mesozoic stratigraphy and tectonic setting of the Colorado .
Marvin Glotfelty, R.G., is a Principal Hydrogeologist with more than 35 years of professional experience. He has experience in almost every aspect of hydrogeology, water supply studies, aquifer testing, well design, well rehabilitation, water rights issues, and water quality assessment, including groundwater resources investigations, well siting studies, well design and . Hydrogeology of the Coconino Plateau and adjacent areas, Coconino and Yavapai Counties, Arizona. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report , pp.
Seeps, Springs, and Capture Zones of the Coconino Plateau: In a Context of Sustainability, in Proceedings of the 1st Coconino Plateau Hydrology Workshop, October , , Center for Sustainable Environments, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, p. Springer, A.E. and E.S. Wilson, Sustaining ecosystems and cultures File Size: KB. Department of Geology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona , USA ABSTRACT In northwest Arizona, the relatively unextended Colorado Plateau gives way abruptly to the highly extended Colorado River extensional corridor within the Basin and Range province along a system of major west-dipping normal faults, including.
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Figure 1. Location of the Coconino Plateau study area. U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Investigation of the Geology and Hydrology of the Coconino Plateau of Northern Arizona: A Project of the Arizona Rural Watershed Initiative USGS Fact Sheet U.S.
Geological Survey Prepared in cooperation with theAuthor: Marilyn E. Flynn, Donald J. Bills. The water resources of the Coconino Plateau in northern Arizona are under increasing demand as a result of development.
The population of this arid region continues to grow, and the number of visitors to the many national and state parks and monuments in the region has increased annually. The sustainability, protection, and maintenance of springs and seeps and associated. Get this from a library.
Investigation of the geology and hydrology of the Coconino Plateau of northern Arizona: a project of the Arizona Rural Watershed Initiative. [Marilyn E Flynn; Donald J Bills; Arizona. Department of Water Resources.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Investigation of the Geology and Hydrology of the Mogollon Highlands of Central Arizona: A Project of the Arizona Rural Watershed Initiative The Mogollon Highlands of east central Arizona is a region of forested plateau and mountains, deep, sheer-walled canyons, and desert valleys.
watershed and on the Coconino Plateau. Each study has as Cited by: 2. Geography. The Coconino Plateau lies south of Grand Canyon Village and the South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Coconino County, and primarily north of Interstate 40 and east of Arizona State Route Much of it is protected within the Kaibab National Forest.
Vegetation. The native plant vegetation in the forest areas varies by elevation and exposure. Principal tree species are. Learn about the Geology of Northern Arizona with maps, photos and expert descriptions. This 6"x9" paperback has pages that are packed with detailed information about Northern Arizona Geology.
See table of contents below. Geology of Arizona Second Edition by Dale Nations and Edmund Stump/ pages/paper/ISBN: Taking one look at the geologic map of Arizona, you will see the complex patterns of colors and symbols that represent rocks of many types, origins, and ages that are present throughout the by: The contributors represent a variety of sponsoring institutions.
Most are affiliated with the U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Arizona University, or the Museum of Northern Arizona; other universities and research agencies are represented, as are state agencies and mining companies.
This unit includes Supai Group and Hermit Shale in northern Arizona and Naco Group in southern Arizona. It was deposited in coastal-plain to shallow-marine settings during time of variable and changing sea level. Rocks of this map unit in southern Arizona may be in part equivalent to Permian rocks of map unit P in central and northern Arizona.
In ROADSIDE GEOLOGY OF ARIZONA, Halka Chronic relates the story of Arizona's geology, which varies considerably from North to South. In the Basin & Range area, where I live, collisions between vast tectonic plates built mountains that rivaled the Sierras before they were worn down by millions of years of wind,water, and unrelenting sun.4/4(66).
Geology of Central and Northern Arizona: field trip guidebook for Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting, Flagstaff, Arizona, Authors: Dale Nations, Northern Arizona University.
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County geologic map of Coconino county of northeastern Arizona. Map scalecontour interval feet. The Geology Department at MNA has a long tradition of field-based research on the extraordinary geological history of the Colorado Plateau and surrounding areas. Nearby exposures range from two billion year old Precambrian beds in the Grand Canyon, just 70 miles north of campus, to Quaternary (Ice Age) deposits scattered throughout the American West that [ ].
Arizona sits astride two major geologic provinces, the Colorado Plateau to the north and the Basin and Range to the south and west. The Plateau Province includes the northern third of the state bounded on the south by the Mogollon Rim and on the west by the Grand Wash Cliffs (land form is characterized by sedimentary rocks, with canyons, plateaus, and scarps.) in the western.
Pages in category "Geology of Arizona" The following 20 pages are in this category, out of 20 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
Geology and hydrology of the Payson, Strawberry, Diamond Rim area, Gila and Coconino counties, central Arizona Gila and Coconino counties, central Arizona. Morley Weitzman, Arizona Geological Survey. Arizona Geological Survey, - Science - 17 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. Soil sampling surveys were conducted during across 50 solution-collapse features exposed on the Coconino Plateau of northern Arizona in order to determine whether soil geochemistry can be used to distinguish mineralized breccia pipes from unmineralized collapse features.
The 50 sampled features represent the variety of collapse features that crop out on. Hydrologic Conditions in Arizona During A Historical Perspective - Investigation of the Geology and Hydrology of the Coconino Plateau of Northern Arizona: A Project of the Arizona Rural Watershed Initiative.
| Coconino County |Earthquakes are not uncommon in northern Arizona’s Coconino County, as seen in this graphic of historic earthquake epicenters. Between andFlagstaff was rocked by three magnitude 6 temblors.
Each year the Arizona Broadband Seismic Network records dozens of earthquakes originating in Coconino County. For more on Arizona. Rock Formations in the Colorado Plateau of Southeastern Utah and Northern Arizona (USGS Professional Paper A) () The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains (USGS Bulletin ) Water-Quality Data for Selected National Park Units within the Southern Colorado Plateau Network, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico, Water Years and.
This digital map database is compiled from unpublished data and new mapping by the authors, represents the general distribution of surficial and bedrock geology in the mapped area. Together with the accompanying pamphlet, it provides current information on the geologic structure and stratigraphy of the area.
The database delineate map units thatare identified by age and Author: J.L. Wellmeyer. This is an excellent book on the geography and geology of Arizona.
Organized by road numbers, it provides endless answers to why there are such distinct stripes in the Vermillion Cliffs, or why there are rounded gray hummocks between Flagstaff and Tuba City, or why there are dark pointed cinder cones between Phoenix and Tucson/5.Sunset review of the Arizona Department of Water Resources Hydrogeology of the Coconino Plateau and adjacent areas, Coconino and Yavapai counties, Investigation of the geology and hydrology of the upper and middle Verde River watershed of central Arizona.