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Pleistocene geology of Red River Basin in Texas
John Chapman Frye
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|Statement||by John C. Frye and A. Byron Leonard.|
|Series||University of Texas. Bureau Economic Geology. Report of investigations,, no. 49|
|Contributions||Leonard, A. Byron 1904- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE167 .T42 no. 49|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||63063008|
A series of narrow basins lies along the mountain front on the west side of the Great Plains. A broad, discontinuous arch extends southwest from the Superior Upland to the Rocky Mountain front to form a buried divide that separates the large Williston basin on the north from the Anadarko basin to the south. note_geosurvey_txtF_mv:"Texas" Search: arkansas; Suggested Topics within your search. Mesozoic 38 Tertiary 32 Cretaceous 31 Economic geology 26 Stratigraphy 25 more Paleozoic 22 Lithofacies 20 Ground water
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Get this from a library. Pleistocene geology of Red River Basin in Texas. [John C Frye; A Byron Leonard]. The Pleistocene history of the Red River has been a succession of alternating episodes of valley deepening, accompanied by progressive headward encroachment of nickpoints in northwestern Texas, and less extensive valley alluviation.
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To purchase this Price: $ Permian Basin Studies; Texas Oil and Gas; Structural Geology; Stratigraphy and Sedimentation; Reservoir Characterization; Energy and Environment; Reservoir Quality and Petrography; Geophysics; Nanotechnology in Hydrocarbon Recovery; Energy Economics; The Energy-Water Nexus; Environment.
Environment Research; TexNet Seismic Monitoring Program Cited by: 2. The south bank of the Red River formed part of the US–Mexico border from the Adams–Onís Treaty (in force ) until the Texas Annexation and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
The Red River is the second-largest river basin in the southern Great Plains. It rises in two branches in the Texas Panhandle and flows east, where it acts as the border between the states of Texas and Oklahoma.
Pleistocene geology of the Red River basin in Texas. University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigati 48 pp. FRYE, J. C., AND LEONARD, A. Quaternary of the southern Great Plains. The NSLB and SSLB are divided at the San Luis Hills (), an intra-basin horst block with probable Pleistocene down-to-the-north, normal displacement (Kirkham and Rogers, ; Personius and Machette, ; Thompson and Machette, ).Further south, the SSLB is cut by the north-northeast-dipping, normal Red River fault zone (RRFZ, Fig.
2) (Menges, ; Ruleman et al. Three rivers commence in New Mexico: the Red River as Blanca Creek at 4, feet, the Brazos River in Running Water Draw at about the same elevation, and the Colorado River in Sulfur Draw at about 4, feet. The eight other Texas river basins originate within Texas.
The Canadian and the Red Rivers have their outlets, or pour points, beyond Texas. The section of the gorge proximal to the confluence of the Rio Grande and Red River marks a dramatic change in the canyon depth (Figs.
3, 21A, and 21B). This position is located on the footwall of the Red River fault zone, elevated above the previously closed-basin base level to the north (Fig.
21C). The preglacial Osage basin was dismembered during Pleistocene time by headward erosion of the ancestral Neosho River and by the southward diversion of the ancestral Smoky Hill River (Aber ).
TEXAS- Sand, silt, clay, and gravel located in valleys of principal streams. Thickness not known but may exceed feet in North Canadian River valley and may be 50 to feet in lower parts of valleys of Coldwater and Palo Duro Creeks BEAVER - Sand, gravel, silt, and clay in discontinuous lenses along courses of larger streams.
feet thick. Economic geology. Texas has been the leading state in petroleum production since discovery of the Spindletop oil field in As of Octoberthe State of Texas (if treated as its own nation) is the 7th largest oil producing nation in the world, with production totaling approximately million barrels ( thousand cubic meters) per day of oil equivalent.
Texas. For years the Sulphur River basin has been known to collectors for its abundant Cretaceous and Pleistocene fossils, and prehistoric artifacts (McKinzie et al. Plus geoarcheological studies in the South and Middle Sulphur River valleys had shown that great potential existed for buried sites and long depositional sequences.
The Red River was then diverted to the east just south of Alexandria, thereby abandoning its alluvial cone which is constructed across southwest Louisiana. At the close of the Pleistocene epoch the Calcasieu River was flowing on the Prairie terrace surface.
Pleistocene Geology of Red River Basin in Texas J. Frye and A. Leonard Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas, Report of Investigations48 p., 3 figs., 3 pls., 8 GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATERS OF NORTHEASTERN TEXAS. Red and Sulphur Rivers has an average eastward slope of about 3^ feet per mile, descending from an altitude of feet at Paris to feet at Texarkana, or a total of feet.
South of Sulphur River the reconstructed plain surface coincident with the tops of the present. The Wichita River. Wichita Falls is located along the Wichita River roughly 25 miles southwest of its confluence with the Red river essentially bisects the city into north and south.
The river exhibits many of the classic morphological features associated with meandering streams; Lucy Park, an expansive city green space, occupies a large meander bend near downtown and the Tanglewood.
Wilson W. Crook, Jr., and R. King Harris, “A Pleistocene Campsite new Lewisville, Texas,” American Antiquity 23 (). Wilson W. Crook III and Mark D. Hughston, The East Fork Late Prehistoric: A Redefinition of Cultural Concepts Along the East Fork of the Trinity River, North Central Texas (Charleston, South Carolina: CreateSpace, ).
The Red River Basin is the fourth largest river basin by area within Texas. The region's red-colored soil gives the basin's namesake river its characteristic color during high flow events. From its headwaters in New Mexico, the Red River flows across Texas, along the Texas-Oklahoma border, and into Arkansas before reaching its confluence with.
"Pleistocene Geology of Red River Basin in Texas," by John C. Frye and A. Byron Leonard, Report of Investigations No. This report, in page proof in late December, is .It’s on a November afternoon, and I’m sitting on top of Guadalupe Peak, the highest mountain in Texas, eating trail mix.
The sun is bright, the sky without a cloud, and the view is huge.Wasatch Formation (Eocene) at surface, covers 8 % of this area (Thrust Belt) Main body--Variegated red to gray, brown, and gray mudstone and sandstone; conglomeratic lenses.
(in southwest Wyoming) - Drab to variegated claystone and siltstone, carbonaceous .