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Map Showing Cumulative Thickness of Sandstone in the Fox Hills-Lower Hell Creek Aquifer, Montana

Description: Introduction: In 1978, the U.S. Geological Survey began a 4-year study of aquifers in the northern Great Plains. The purpose of this map, which is a product of that study, is to show the cumulative thickness of sandstone in the Fox Hills-lower Hell Creek aquifer. Other maps show the altitude of the top (Feltis, 1982a), total thickness (Feltis, 1982b), and potentiometric surface of water (Levings, 1982) of the Fox Hills-lower Hell Creek aquifer. These maps are part of a series that describes the geology and potentiometric surface of selected rock units of Jurassic or younger age in the plains area of Montana.
Date: 1982
Creator: Feltis, R. D.
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Map Showing Cumulative Thickness of Sandstone in the Eagle Sandstone and Telegraph Creek Formation, Montana

Description: From introduction: In 1978 the U.S. Geological Survey began a 4-year study of aquifers in the northern Great Plains. The purpose of this map, which is a product of that study, is to show the cumulative thickness of sandstone in the combined Eagle Sandstone and Telegraph Creek Formation.
Date: 1982
Creator: Feltis, R. D.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Map Showing Cumulative Thickness of Sandstone in the Lakota Formation and Equivalent Rocks, Montana

Description: Introduction: In 1978 the U.S. Geological Survey began a 4-year study of aquifers in the northern Great Plains. The purpose of this map, which is a product of that study, is to show the cumulative thickness of sandstone in the Lakota Formation and equivalent rocks. Other maps show the altitude of the top (Feltis, 1982a), total thickness (Feltis, 1982b), and potentiometric surface of water (Levings, 1982) of the Lakota Formation and equivalent rocks. These maps are part of a series that describes the geology and potentiomentric surface of a selected rock units of Jurassic or younger age in plains area of Montana.
Date: 1982
Creator: Feltis, R. D.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Uranium Favorability of the San Rafael Swell Area, East-Central Utah

Description: Purpose and scope: The purpose of this study was to delineate new areas favorable for uranium exploration in the San Rafael Swell region of east-central Utah. Emphasis was placed on the sandstone and siltstone members of the lower Chinle Formation (Triassic) and on the Salt Wash and Brushy Basin Members of the Morrison Formation (Jurassic). The White Rim Sandstone (Permian) was also studied, but not extensively. This project began in January 1976 and was completed in March 1977. Field work was conducted during the five-month period from February through June 1976.
Date: October 1977
Creator: Mickle, David G.; Jones, C. A.; Gallagher, G. L.; Young, Patti. & Dubyk, W. S.
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Preliminary Study of the Uranium Potential of Tertiary Rock in the Central San Juan Basin, New Mexico

Description: Three formations in the Tertiary of the San Juan Basin were investigated for their uranium favorability. They are the Ojo Alamo Sandstone, the Nacimiento Formation, and the San Jose Formation. The study comprised a literature survey and a basin analysis, which consisted of subsurface lithofacies, stratigraphic, and radiometric mapping. Field work in preparation for the subsurface analysis consisted of examination of outcrop and measured sections, surface radiometric traverses, and checking of reported surface radioactive anomalies.
Date: December 1977
Creator: Vizcaino, H. P. & O'Neill, A. J.
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Geology and Recognition Criteria for Uraniferous Humate Depostis, Grants Uranium Region, New Mexico: Final Report

Description: Extended literature review describing the geologic history and characteristics of the Grants Uranium Region in northwestern New Mexico, particularly the uraniferous humate uranium deposits, "for the purpose of describing those geologic recognition criteria which seem most useful for evaluating areas with potential for new deposits" (p. 13).
Date: January 1981
Creator: Adams, Samuel S. & Saucier, A. E.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Bust of a Man Leaning on His Elbow

Description: The sculpture depicts an adult man resting his head on his right hand with his elbow resting on his left hand. The bust has a grainy texture, a brown natural color, and is not painted.
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Date: 1467
Creator: Lerch, Nicolas
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: The front view of the temple is shown in its entirety including the stairs and platform. To the left another temple is shown.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This detail view shows a sculpture in the form of a lion with a man much smaller in proportion on the grounds of the Lakshmana Temple dedicated to lord Vishnu. Some portion of the facade of the temple is visible as well as another temple in the upper right corner of this view.
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Date: 0925~/0954~
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This view of the subsidiary shrine is shown in very close detail. This wall section consists of many friezes and molded plinths. Many figures carved in high relief and low relief patterns decorate the surface.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This view shows a very close detail of the northeastern subsidiary shrine. Brahma can be seen at the left of this view and Vishnu at the right.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: Lavish and rich carved detail of the south facade interior corner is shown in this view. Both humans and animals, particularly elephants are depicted in high relief.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This view shows the south side of the temple and its carved figures including celestial beauties applying vermilion to the part in the hair. Vishnu, singing nymphs and an erotic couple are portrayed.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: Dancing nymph & snake goddess are depicted in this view. This view is of the south facade and depicts a nymph and a snake goddess. Smaller groups of figures are placed above these.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This very close detail of celestial beauty applying henna to her feet and an attendant are shown in this view. They are carved in high relief.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Lakshmana Temple Complex

Description: This close detail of the temple shows a seated male figure on the far right reaching out in gesture of teaching or guidance to a line of figures in front of him.
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Date: 0925/0954
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Kandariya Mahadeva Temple

Description: This detail view of this Shiva temple includes ascending clusters of towers. The surfaces are covered with intricate patterns carved into the sandstone with each tower topped with a finial.
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Date: 1025~
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