Geology of the Rawhide Lake area (Townships U, Q, 145, 151), District of Algoma

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Visitors to the area will find nothing remaining of what was once Rawhide. Location. The location of Rawhide is approximately Geology of the Rawhide Lake area book miles SE of Fallon, NV and approximately 35 miles NE of Hawthorne, NV.

As mentioned above, the Rawhide-Denton Mine has removed any trace of Rawhide, and there is nothing of the town left to see.

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The text is illustrated with a number of drawings and photographs showing significant geological structures, and points of interest to the trained geologist are printed in smaller : J.

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Hopkins, assisted by A.T. Fernald, E.H. Muller, and J.F. Humboldt Lake, a water body of irregular outline and variable area which receives the surplus drainage of Humboldt River, comes into view at or a little southwest of milepost It is on the left (east) of the railroad, at the bottom of a broad, smoothly graded wash slope.

The level and size of the lake vary greatly with the seasons. line of Rawhide Buttes West and Rawhide Buttes East quadrangles. Outline of published map I– (Sims and others, ) also shown. TRANS-HUDSON Detailed geologic mapping (scale ,) of Precam-A AN MANITOBA TH A MONTANA A MINNESOTA ONTARIO ° ° ° ° 96° 56° 52° 48° ° XAm YXs Thompson belt CREE LAKE ZONE/HEARNE.

Guide to the Desert Geology of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area: Bezy, John V.: Books - or: John V. Bezy. One unique feature in the area related to the glacial retreat is the Rawhide Moraine, found on the southwest side of White Bear Lake.

A moraine is any accumulation of glacial debris (soil and rock) that occurs in currently glaciated and formerly glaciated regions (a good example is the Oak Ridges Moraine north of Toronto).

The geologic map (see in side back cover) covers approximately this area. The geology of areas outside this district is discussed where geological phenomena in those areas influence the geological development within the Diamond Lake area or, conversely, where the influence of geologic phenomena within the Diamond Lake area is felt in other areas.Quartzite a nonfoliated metamorphic rock composed almost entirely of quartz.

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