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National uranium resource evaluation: Rawlins quadrangle, Wyoming and Colorado

Description: From Introduction: "The Rawlins Quadrangle (2º) is in south-central Wyoming and extreme northwest Colorado (Fig. 1). Evaluation of the quadrangle was conducted to identify and delineate areas that contain environments exhibiting characteristics common to known uranium-bearing environments."
Date: June 1982
Creator: Dribus, J. R. & Nanna, Richard F.
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National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Ashton Quadrangle, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming

Description: From Abstract: "The Ashton Quadrangle, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, was evaluated to identify and delineate areas containing environments favorable for uranium deposits, using criteria developed for the National Uranium Resource Evaluation program. Aerial radiometric data were evaluated, and anomalies were examined in the field. Fourteen uranium occurrences were noted in the study area."
Date: unknown
Creator: Suekawa, Harry S.; Merrick, D.; Clayton, J. & Rumba, S.
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National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Thermopolis Quadrangle, Wyoming

Description: From Introduction: "The Thermopolis Quadrangle (1º x 2º), Wyoming, was evaluated to identify and delineate areas and geologic units that exhibit characteristics favorable for the occurrence of uranium deposits. Geologic environments and formations were evaluated to a depth of 1500 m from surface and subsurface investigations. Areas and environments were categorized as favorable, unfavorable, or unevaluated for uranium deposits."
Date: June 1982
Creator: Hesse, Kathryn Kadish
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National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Casper Quadrangle, Wyoming

Description: From Introduction: "The Casper NTMS 1º x 2º Quadrangle, Wyoming (Fig. 1), was evaluated to identify and delineate areas and geologic units that exhibit characteristics favorable for the occurrence of uranium deposits. Formation and environments were evaluated for uranium favorability to a depth of 1500 m by surface and subsurface studies."
Date: September 1982
Creator: Griffin, John R. & Milton, Eric J.
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National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Lander Quadrangle, Wyoming

Description: From Introduction: "The Lander Quadrangle, Wyoming (Fig. 1), was evaluated to identify geologic environments and delineate areas that exhibit characteristics favorable for the occurrence of uranium deposits. Favorable areas are those that are capable of containing uranium deposit of at least 100 tons of U3O8 in rocks with a minimum average ore grade of 0.01%."
Date: July 1982
Creator: Gebhardt, Robert; Jennings, Mark D. & Fiscus, Dennis
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National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Torrington Quadrangle, Wyoming and Nebraska

Description: From Purpose and Scope of Study: "The Torrington 1ºx2º Quadrangle in southeastern Wyoming and a small area of westernmost Nebraska was evaluated to determine areas favorable for the occurrence of uranium deposits. Geologic environments (areally or stratigraphically restricted parts of a geologic unit) were placed in categories of favorable, unfavorable, or unevaluated."
Date: September 1982
Creator: Seeland, David A.; Christiansen, A. C. & Denson, N. M.
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National uranium resource evaluation: Arminto quadrangle, Wyoming

Description: From Introduction Purpose and Scope: "The Arminto 1º x 2º quadrangle, in central Wyoming (Fig. 1), was evaluated to identify geologic environments that exhibit characteristics favorable for uranium deposition. Evaluation, consisting of three separate and distinct phases, started in October 1978 and ended in March 1980. It must be emphasized that this report is meant to be a preliminary reconnaissance-type study to identify favorable environments, as defined above."
Date: May 1982
Creator: Damp, Jeffrey N. & Brown, L.
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National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Gillette Quadrangle, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Montana

Description: From Purpose and Scope: "The Gillette 1º x 2º Quadrangle, Wyoming, and South Dakota was evaluated to find volumes of rock considered favorable for uranium deposits and which could contain at least at 100 mt tons U3O8 with an average grade of 0.01 percent U3O8 or more. All geologic environments to a depth of 1,500 m (5,000 ft) evaluated through the use of surface investigations and subsurface information."
Date: September 1982
Creator: Dodge, Harry W., Jr.
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National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Cody Quadrangle, Wyoming

Description: From Introduction: "The Richfield 1º x 2º Quadrangle (Fig. 1), Utah, was evaluated to identify and delineate areas and geologic areas and geologic units that exhibit characteristics favorable for the occurrence of uranium deposits. A favorable area or environment, according to the specifications used in this study, is one that is known or is likely to have uranium deposits containing a minimum of 100 tons of U3O8 with an average grade of not less than 100 ppm U3O8."
Date: September 1982
Creator: Garrand, L. J.; Kopp, Richard S. & Cohenour, Robert E.

Hydrogeochemical and Stream Sediment Reconnaissance Basic Data for Sheridan Quadrangle, Wyoming

Description: Abstract: Field and laboratory data are presented for 582 water samples and 526 sediment from the Sheridan Quadrangle, Wyoming. The samples were collected and uranium analysis performed by Los Alamos National Laboratory; multielement analysis and data reporting were performed by the Uranium Resource Evaluation Project at Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Date: August 31, 1981
Creator: National Uranium Resource Evaluation Program

Hydrogeochemical and Stream Sediment Reconnaissance Basic Data for Preston Quadrangle, Wyoming; Idaho

Description: Abstract: Field and laboratory data are presented for 410 water samples and 702 sediment samples from the Preston Quadrangle, Wyoming; Idaho. Uranium values have been reported by Los Alamos National Laboratory in Report GJBX-70(78). The samples were collected by Los Alamos National Laboratory; laboratory analysis and data reporting were performed by the Uranium Resource Evaluation Project at Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Date: June 30, 1981
Creator: Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant

Hydrogeochemical and Stream Sediment Reconnaissance Basic Data for Cheyenne Quadrangle, Wyoming

Description: From Abstract: "Field and laboratory data are presented for 884 water samples and 598 sediment samples from the Cheyenne Quadrangle, Wyoming. Uranium values have been reported by Los Alamos National Laboratory; laboratory analysis and data reporting were performed by the Uranium Resource Evaluation Project at Oak Ridge, Tennessee."
Date: July 31, 1981

Aerial Gamma Ray and Magnetic Survey, Powder River 2 Project, the Torrington Quadrangle of Wyoming/Nebraska and Casper Quadrangle, Wyoming: Final Report, Volume 1

Description: From abstract: From September 15 to September 28, 1978, geoMetrics, Inc., collected 4320 line miles of high sensitivity airborne radiometric and magnetic data in Wyoming and Nebraska within two 1° x 2° NTMS quadrangles (Torrington and Casper).
Date: August 1979
Creator: EG & G GeoMetrics

Geomorphology of the North Flank of the Uinta Mountains

Description: From introduction: The geologic record of the Tertiary period in the Green River Basin of southwestern Wyoming consists, in a broad way, of two quite different parts. The history of the first part, lasting through the Eocene epoch and perhaps on into the early Oligocene, was recorded in a thick series of sedimentary rocks of fluviatile and lacustrine origin. The history of the second part was recorded chiefly by successive stages of stream planation and stream trenching, but also in part by fluviatile sedimentation and, in certain localities, by glacial deposits. The first part of the record is virtually continuous, though its interpretation is by no means simple and obvious. The second part of the record is distinctly fragmentary, and the evidence the fragments provide is difficult to evaluate and to integrate.
Date: 1936
Creator: Bradley, Wilmot H.

The Recognizable Species of the Green River Flora

Description: Abstract: The identification of new collections of fossil plants from the Green River formation of middle Eocene age made it necessary to reexamine the megascopic types of the Green River flora. This study resulted in the reassignment of some species and the rejection of such species as were based on fragmentary, indefinable specimens. The recent collections yielded 22 new species. Exclusive of the microscopic forms of thallophytes and pollens, the flora now numbers 135 megascopic species that are considered to be recognizable and distinctive. The new elements found in the flora do not alter the previously expressed opinion that the megascopic Green River flora lived in a warm-temperate well-watered environment.
Date: 1934
Creator: Brown, Roland W.