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Worker in snowpack-sampling pit at Old Battle, Wyoming
March 24, 2009

Worker in snowpack-sampling pit at Old Battle, Wyoming

Worker in snowpack-sampling pit at Old Battle, Wyoming

National Atmospheric Deposition site near Gypsum Creek, Wyoming.
March 11, 2009

National Atmospheric Deposition site near Gypsum Creek, Wyoming.

National Atmospheric Deposition site near Gypsum Creek, Wyoming.

Buffalo on road to Canyon, Wyoming
February 18, 2009

Buffalo on road to Canyon, Wyoming

Buffalo on road to Canyon, Wyoming

Measuring streamflow in Fish Creek with large Cladophora growth
August 21, 2008

Measuring streamflow in Fish Creek with large Cladophora growth

Measuring streamflow in Fish Creek with large Cladophora growth

Upper Lebo Member of the Fort Union Formation near Gillette, Wyoming
June 30, 2006

Upper Lebo Member of the Fort Union Formation near Gillette, Wyoming

Upper Lebo Member of the Fort Union Formation. Photo taken fro the top of Cow Creek Buttes in the Burnt Hollow BLM recreation area about 20 miles northeast of Gillette, Wyoming.

Tamarisk growing along a river
April 22, 2006

A single species stand of nonnative tamarisk

Single species stand of nonnative tamarisk on the Lower Colorado River at Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, California

Old Faithful in eruption
April 13, 2006

Old Faithful in eruption

Old Faithful Geyser in eruption. Under Yellowstone Research Permit YELL-SCI-8030, 13 mineralized wood specimens were collected from the geyser mound. The dates of the mineralized wood samples imply that such eruptions did not take place for over a century between the mid-13th to mid-14th centuries.

Describing work that USGS does at the Women In Science Conference
October 15, 2004

Describing work that USGS does at the Women In Science Conference

Describing work that USGS does to students at the Women In Science Conference

March 4, 2004

PubTalk 3/2004 — Mapping the American West

Clarence King and the 40th Parallel Survey

By James G. Moore, Geologist

  • After completing a geology degree at Yale and coming West in a wagon train, Clarence King worked with the California Geological Survey and was in the field party that discovered Mount Whitney
  • King led the United States Geological Exploration of the