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26 Herbert Gregory party at watering station in Paria Valley, Utah1943Image
27 Paria Valley camp, 19431943Image
28 Starlight Canyon 19431943Image
29 Paria Valley camp, 19431943Image
30 Panorama, Red Wall and Baigaiche, looking across Red Lake (Photo G-378-380)1913Image
31 Sevier River formation overlaid by basalt near mouth of Corral Creek on Highway 89, 2 miles east of Panguitch. Garfield County, UT. 19441944Image
32 Mesa capped by Dakota sandstone eroded from upper Jurassic Winsor (?) formation. Head of Ash Creek. Kane County, UT1944Image
33 Section of the Shinarump Cliffs (middle distance), east of Pioneer Gap. Shinarump conglomerate exposed by erosion of Moenkopi formation below and the basal strata of the Chinle formation above. Upper Chinle sandstones form Vermilion Cliffs (background).1944Image
34 Eroded flank of the East Kaibab monocline at the junction of Paria River and Cottonwood Creek (left center). The sequence is Navajo (left), upper Jurassic (largely eroded), Dakota, Tropic, and Straight Cliffs. Kane County, UT, 19441944Image
35 Contact of Kayenta formation (foreground) and Navajo sandstone Park Wash above the mouth of Five Pines Wash. Kane County, UT. 19431943Image
36 Chinle formation, Petrified Forest member. Head of Fossil Wood Creek. Kane County, UT. 19431943Image
37 Unconformity between Moenkopi formation (lower part) and Shinarump conglomerate. Upper Chinle beds, middle top. Near mouth of Road Canyon. Kane County, UT. 19431943Image
38 Looking south (up dip) down the Paria River, which has widened its floor and dissected its borders in Upper Jurassic rocks (foreground) and cut a deep narrow canyon in the Navajo sandstone (background). Site of the abandoned Adairville. Kane County UT, 19441944Image
39 West wall of Seaman Wash1944Image
40 Flat lying Upper Jurassic (foreground) and Cretaceous strata bed abruptly upward against the Navajo on the flank of the East Kaibab monocline (left sky line). Table Cliffs (right sky line) is about 50 miles north. Paria Valley near Adairville. Kane County, UT. 19441944Image
41 Panorama--4 photographs. Blue Springs meadows. A former valley leading to Mammoth Creek blocked by basalts from Miller Knoll (right skyline) became a lake that eventually cut an outlet northward through the Brian Head formation (upper left). Garfield County, UT, 19441944Image
42 Panorama {c}. Flank of East Kaibab monocline, bordering alluvial floor of Paria Valley. Navajo sandstone (middle sky line), Upper Jurassic strata, and basal Cretaceous (left). Dips of 40 degrees decrease to 3 degrees within 1,000 feet. Kane County, UT, 19441944Image
43 Wingate sandstone, includes bed of limestone. Wall of Flood Canyon. Johnson Lakes. Kane County, UT. 19431943Image
44 Brian Head formation, branch of Asay Creek; lies beneath basalt flows. Garfield County, UT, 19441944Image
45 Moenkopi formation: Shnabkaib member (lower part), upper red sandstone (upper middle), Shinarump conglomerate (top). East side of Seamans Wash, Kane County, UT. 19431943Image
46 Navajo sandstone north end of No Man's Mesa. Kane County, UT. 19431943Image
47 Bowers Knoll; Volcano viewed from northwest. Garfield County, UT. 19441944Image
48 Cretaceous shales (tropic formation). Antimony Canyon, Garfield County, UT. 19431943Image
49 Looking south along Paria River from the mouth of Shurtz Gorge. Navajo sandstone in East Kaibab monocline is overlaid with decreasing dips by Upper Jurassic (banked against the Navajo), Dakota, and Tropic (foreground and left sky line). Erosion surface (middle distance) bevels upturned rocks. Kane County, UT, 19441944Image
50 Johnson Creek. Old alluvial fill trenched 40 feet since 1915, Kane County, Utah, 19391939Image
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