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The Rawlins Peak SW 1:24000-scale quadrangles is located in south-central Wyoming on the eastern margin of the Great Divide Basin, a sub-basin of the Greater Green River Basin. Upper Cretaceous through Eocene formations were studied and mapped in addition to the sedimentology, geochronology, and coal stratigraphy. Data from the map are reported in WSGS Open File Report 15-8.
Preliminary Surficial Geologic Map of the West Half of the Jackson Lake 30' x 60' Quadrangle, Teton County, WyomingJ. P. Mauch, K. A. Alexander & S. J. Wittke
The Jackson Lake 30’ x 60’ quadrangle is in Teton County, Wyoming, and spans the Teton Range, Jackson Hole, and the northern Gros Ventre, northwestern Wind River, and southwestern Absaroka ranges. This study mapped the surficial geology of the west half of the Jackson Lake quadrangle at 1:100,000 scale in an effort to better understand the region’s geologic hazards and Quaternary geology. Key project outcomes include: 1) Refined light detection and ranging (lidar), photogrammetric, and...
Mental illness is largely stigmatized in modern society. This stigma can be traced from the history of psychology as problematic themes that coexist with the productive and helpful theories which have shaped modern health and attribute to advancing societies mental health. The problematic themes and ways of thinking remain in modern society. While the scientific basis of historical pseudoscience has been exposed, modern media tropes perpetrate the problem in modern society causing fear-based stigmas, However,...
A brief report on the Continental claims on Cow Creek, Carbon County, Wyoming
The primary purpose of this technical memorandum is to evaluate and summarize the geologic storage potential of carbon dioxide within the Laramide basins of Wyoming. The Laramide basins were formed during a major geologic event known as the Laramide orogeny, approximately 80–55 million years ago. The Laramide basins assessed for this study include the Greater Green River, Wind River, Bighorn, Powder River, Hanna, and Denver basins.
A brief report on the Big Chief group of mining claims, near Battle, Wyoming
Bibliography and index of Wyoming geology 1823–1916
Iron resources in Wyoming
My capstone project is a reflective photo narrative about my student teaching experience in rural Wyoming. I have put together a book with photos, stories, reflections, and poems of my experience. Throughout the book, I reflect on my time student teaching, what a rural school is like, and covid in the classroom among other things. I presented my project using the website loom to record myself and show my project simultaneously.
This report examines groundwater resources in the portions of the North Platte River and South Platte River Basins located within the State of Wyoming. The Platte River system is the major tributary to the Missouri-Mississippi River Basin and comprises nearly a quarter of the state’s area and is home to approximately 41 percent of the state’s current population. Detailed descriptions, data compilations, and discussions of geologic setting, groundwater quality, aquifers, groundwater resources, groundwater development and...
Dinosaurs of Wyoming, The
Wyoming statutes relating to oil and gas fields
Petroleum geology of Wyoming
Report upon section 36 Twp. 40 N., R. 79 W., and oil operating lease 19112 by the Midwest Oil Company as requested by the State Land Board, March 26, 1919L.W. Trumbull
Report upon section 36 Twp. 40 N., R. 79 W., and oil operating lease 19112 by the Midwest Oil Company as requested by the State Land Board, March 26, 1919
Oregon Basin gas and oil field, Park County, The
Byron oil and gas field, Big Horn County, The
Light oil fields of Wyoming
Salt Creek oil field, Natrona County, Wyo., The
Preliminary geologic map of the Horatio Rock 7.5' quadrangle, Carbon and Albany counties, Wyoming
Summary of the mineral resources of Wyoming
Glenrock oil field, Converse County, Wyoming, The
Present condition of oil and gas developments of Big Horn Basin
Wyoming mines 1907—A summary of the conditions and progress in the copper, gold, placer, iron, asbestos, sulphur, stone, plastic minerals, gravel, oil, natural gas, and coal industriesH.C. Beeler
Wyoming mines 1907—A summary of the conditions and progress in the copper, gold, placer, iron, asbestos, sulphur, stone, plastic minerals, gravel, oil, natural gas, and coal industries
A brief report on the Eadsville-Thetford-Morning Dew-Kathrine groups near Casper, Natrona County, WyomingH.C. Beeler
A brief report on the Eadsville-Thetford-Morning Dew-Kathrine groups near Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming