2 edition of Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada found in the catalog.
Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada
Chester R. Longwell
|Statement||by Chester R. Longwell.|
|Series||Shorter contributions to general geology, U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 374-E|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
A-Aubrey Canyon and Lake Havasu Dam, B-Black Canyon at area of ash site (Fig. 8), Bo-Boulder Canyon, C-Cottonwood area (with rectangle showing area of Fig. 2), D-Davis Dam . Lake Mohave is a man-made reservoir on the Colorado River that sp acres. It is a part of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and was created by the construction of Davis Dam to capture water releases upstream from Hoover Dam. The mile long reservoir runs along the Arizona/Nevada state Ruby Lake (Nevada, USA).
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Arizona, Nevada. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Title from panel. "*GPO/ Reprint " Includes text and area map. Text and col. ill. on verso. Contributor: United States. National Park Service Date: Lake Mead was formed in the s by the construction of Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. Hoover Dam was one of the first multipurpose dams constructed by the federal government. Lake Mead is the largest reservoir in the United States by volume ( × 10 10 m 3 at full pool) and is second only to Lake Powell in surface area ( km 2).
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Reconnaissance Geology Between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada One of 45 reports in the series: Geological Survey professional paper available on this by: Get this from a library.
Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada. [Chester R Longwell; United States. Department of the Interior.; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- "Bedrock and structural features in a belt along the Colorado River.".
Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada Professional Paper E By: Chester R. Longwell. Get this from a library. Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada. [Chester R Longwell; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- "Bedrock and structural features in a belt along the Colorado River.".
References. Lake Mohave Geophysical Survey GIS Data Release U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report Reconnaissance Geology Between Lake Mead and Davis Dam Arizona-Nevada U. Geological Survey Professional Paper E, p. E1-E Surficial Geology and Analysis of Post-Impoundment Sediment of Lake Mohave; Interpretation of Sidescan Sonar and.
A text-book of geology by Louis V Pirsson Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada by Chester R Longwell "Bedrock and structural features in a belt along the Colorado River." Geology of the Muddy Mountains, Nevada: with a section through the Virgin Range to the Grand Wash Cliffs, Arizona by Chester R Longwell.
Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada. Annual evaporation from Lake Mead ( ft) was about 12 percent greater than evaporation from Lake Mohave ( ft) during the two-year period from May to April Mean monthly evaporation measured for the current study and estimated for the Month Study, Lake.
Spring-Summer | Lake Mead, Arizona – Nevada | This Envisat image features the manmade Lake Mead, located east of Las Vegas (visible) and west of the Grand Canyon along the border of the US states of Arizona (bottom, east of river) and Nevada (the rest). Lake Mead was established in the early s by the construction of the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River (bottom).
The Hoover Dam. The Arizona Geological Survey is studying the Mead Slope fault (s video), located on the southeastern side of Boulder Basin, Lake Mead area, Arizona, in hopes of determining the fault’s activity.
This fault system is close to Hoover Dam, so understanding the history of faulting is very important for evaluating seismic hazard in the area. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada. US Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 51 pp. With Reuben J.
Ross. Paleotectonic significance of Ordovician sec- tions south of the Las Vegas shear zone. Sidescan-sonar imagery collected in Lake Mead duringa period of high lake level, has been used to map the surficial geology of the floor of this large reservoir that formed upon completion of the Hoover Dam in Four surficial geologic units were identified and mapped: rock exposures and alluvial deposits that existed prior to the formation of the lake and thin post-impoundment.
ABSTRACT. Sidescan-sonar imagery collected in Lake Mead duringa period of high lake level, has been used to map the surficial geology of the floor of this large reservoir that formed upon completion of the Hoover Dam in Longwell, C.R.,Reconnaissance geology between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona- Nevada: U.S.
Geological Survey Professional Paper E, 47 p. Part 3, Geological report Jan Either side of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River is dammed forming two huge artificial lakes; Lake Powell in Utah and Lake Mead on the Arizona/Nevada border (named after Dr.
Elwood Mead, Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner from to ). This began filling in following the completion of Boulder Dam, later designated the Hoover Dam after the 31st president, across the river at Black. A—Aubrey Canyon and Lake Havasu Dam, B—Black Canyon at area of ash site, Bo—Boulder Canyon, C—Cottonwood area (with rectangle showing area of Fig.
2), D—Davis Dam and Pyramid Canyon area, GWC—Grand Wash Cliffs, LM—Lake Mead, LV—Las Vegas, LVw—Las Vegas Wash (just below w is site of Fig. 7), N—North of Nelson C14 site of. DAVIS DAM SE, Arizona-Nevada ' Map – Folded Map, by United Stated Geological Survey (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Map, Folded Map, "Please retry" $ $ Author: United Stated Geological Survey. Lake Mead lies in the Basin and Range Province of the Southwestern United States, and the morphology of the lake is controlled by the geomorphology of the region.
Where the original Colorado River crossed basin provinces it was flanked largely by the Tertiary Muddy Creek Formation, a muddy sandstone of lacustrine origin, or Quaternary alluvial.
Mead, Nevada; United States Geological Survey Professional Paper18 p. Longwell, C.R.,Reconnaissance Geology Between Lake Mead and Davis Dam, Arizona-Nevada; United States Geologic Survey Professional Paper, E, 51 p.
Guidebook to the Colorado River: Phantom Ranch in Gran Canyon National Park to Lake Mead, Arizona-Nevada (Brigham Young University geology studies) Unknown Binding – January 1, by W. Kenneth Hamblin (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a Author: W. Kenneth Hamblin. Regional stratigraphic units and structural features of the Lake Mead region are presented as ascale map, and as a Geographic Information System database.
The map, which was compiled from existing geologic maps of various scales, depicts .Behind the dam rose Lake Mead, the largest artificial lake in the U.S., capable of holding more than two years of the Colorado's flow.
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