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Preliminary report on the geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana

R. G. McMurtrey

Preliminary report on the geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana

by R. G. McMurtrey

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Published in Butte .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montana,
  • Bitterroot River Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Montana -- Bitterroot River Valley.,
    • Water-supply -- Montana -- Bitterroot River Valley.,
    • Groundwater -- Montana -- Bitterroot River Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby R. G. McMurtrey, R. L. Konizeski, and Frank Stermitz. With a section on Chemical quality of water, by H. A. Swenson.
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB795.M9 M3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 45 p.
      Number of Pages45
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL255564M
      LC Control Numbergs 59000182
      OCLC/WorldCa4803154

      Montana has authority to control or close river basins and groundwater aquifers to certain types of water appropriations because of water availability problems, water contamination problems, and a concern for protecting existing water rights. There are five different types of closures. The newly designated Bitterroot mining district is located in the Bitterroot Mountains west of Hamilton and Darby. There is no known mining activity in the area. According to a geological map of Ravalli County, intrusive granite from the Idaho batholith underlies most of the district.

        The East Fork of the Bitterroot boast an abundant fishery, and some of the best hunting opportunities in Montana. Hamilton is the largest town in the Bitterroot Valley with a . Summary geologic report on the Missoula/Bitterroot Drilling Project, Missoula/Bitterroot Basins, Montana.

      This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Barbett V. H. GEOLOGY OF THE HOUND CREEK DISTRICT OF THE GREAT FALLS COAL FIELD CASCADE COUNTY MONTANA USGS Bull. #H wps with blind stamp and notation else light wear, vg, 16 pp., 1 plate (folding map) 1 fig. Price: $ (stock#USGSBH).


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Preliminary report on the geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana by R. G. McMurtrey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preliminary Report on the Geology and Water Resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana,Bulletin, 9: 45 pages with 2 plates, 12 figures and 6 tables. [McMurtrey, R. et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Preliminary Report on the Geology and Water Resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana,BulletinAuthor: R.

et al. McMurtrey. Get this from a library. Preliminary report on the geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana. [R G McMurtrey; Richard L Konizeski; Frank Stermitz; Herbert A Swenson; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Water Resources Division.]. English, Book, Illustrated edition: Preliminary report on the geology Preliminary report on the geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana / by R.

McMurtrey, R. Konizeski, and Frank Stermitz. With a section on Chemical quality of water, by H. Swenson. GEOLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES OF THE BITTERROOT VALLEY, SOUTHWESTERN MONTANA By E. McMuRTEEY, K. KONIZESKI, M. JOHNSON, and J. BARTELLS ABSTRACT The Bitterroot Valley is a Late Cretaceous structural basin that was partly filled at its deepest point by more than 1, feet of Tertiary sediments.

TheseAuthor: R.G. McMurtrey, H.A. Swenson. Beneath the flood plain and low terraces of the present Bitterroot River, about 40 feet of Quaternary alluvium overlies the Tertiary sediments. Each spring and summer, at rates greatly exceeding discharge, water infiltrates to the ground-water reservoir in the Tertiary and Quaternary rocks.

During the fall and winter, water is released from storage. Geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, southwestern Montana, [R. ; Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology. Geological Survey (U.S.) McMurtrey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Buy Preliminary report on the geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana, (Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology.

Bulletin) by R. G McMurtrey (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R. G McMurtrey. Geology and water resources of the Bitterroot Valley, southwestern Montana, with a section on chemical quality of water () The Publications Warehouse does not have links to digital versions of this publication at this time.

/ A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE NORTHERN PART OF THE DEER LODGE VALLEY, Butte,pb, 24 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 7 figs., 2 tables, new, $ 20; used, $ There were other forces at work shaping the landscape in the Bitterroot Mountains and the surrounding area, such as volcanic activity and erosion, coupled with wet and dry periods in the region.

For a complete account of the geology of Montana, see Roadside Geology of Montana, by David Alt. It's a great, very readable book. Welcome to the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology's online catalog. Use the drop-down box below to browse the different sections of the catalog.

Preliminary Report on the Geology and Water Resources of the Bitterroot Valley: Geology and ground water resources of the Kalispell Valley, northwestern Montana: 5: $ water samples. Geology of the Bitterroot Valley The Bitterroot Valley is an intermontane basin filled with Tertiary (65 to million years before present) and Quaternary ( million years to present) sediments.

The valley is 52 miles long and averages 7 miles wide. The valley-floor area covers mi2 (Briar and Dutton, ).File Size: KB. SURFICIAL GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE BITTERROOT VALLEY, MONTANA by Jeffrey D. Lonn and James W.

Sears Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Open File Report a, b, and c Revised: 12/12/01 (text) 12/20/01 (text, corelation chart) This report has had preliminary reviews for conformity with Montana Bureau of Mines andFile Size: KB.

Condra, G. / GEOLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES OF A PORTION OF THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY IN NORTHEASTERN NEBRASKA,cl, 59 pages, 11 plates (2 at end), Condra, G.

/ GEOLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES OF THE REPUBLICAN RIVER VALLEY AND ADJACENT AREAS,cl, 71 pages, 13 plates, 3 figs. / of movement of ground water in the valley is generally less than 3 feet per day.

INTRODUCTION PURPOSE AND SCOPE The study of the geology and ground-water resources of the Deer Lodge Valley is part of a cooperative program with the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology to evaluate the ground-water resources of Montana (fig.

1).Cited by: 2. Montana Bulletin 9: Preliminary report on the geology and water resources of the Bitterroot valley. By R. McMurtrey, R. Konizeski, and Frank Stermitz. With a section on Chemical Quality of Water by H. Swenson. 45p., 2 plates in pocket, 12 figures, 6 tables.

Montana Bulletin Montana in the geological past. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Image showing part of Montana's Bitterroot Valley in an overlay of both high-resolution lidar and satellite data. The Bitterroot River flood plain is in the center, and a scarp of the Bitterroot fault is left of center. Lidar imagery from Michael Stickney, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology.

Details. Image Dimensions: x The following is taken from a report by Heitmeyer, Artmann and Frederickson () describing the geology and physiography of the Refuge: "The Bitterroot Valley, where the Lee Metcalf Refuge is located, is a north-trending basin bounded by the Bitterroot Mountains on the west and the Sapphire Mountains on the east.

These mountains and the rich. The Bitterroot Valley was used by the first Euro-American explorers to the western United States, including Lewis and ing the Lewis and Clark expedition, fur traders from the Hudson’s Bay Company entered the Bitterroot Valley to secure furs from the Indians and establish forts and missions.

McMurtrey, R. G. et al. Preliminary Report on the Geology and Water Resources of the Bitterroot Valley, Montana. Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology,Bulletin, 9: 45 pages with 2 plates, 12 figures and 6 tables.

Softbound, xlib, usual signs of use and. This record is maintained in the National Geologic Map Database (NGMDB). The NGMDB is a Congressionally mandated national archive of geoscience maps, reports, and stratigraphic information, developed according to standards defined by the cooperators, i.e., the USGS and the Association of American State Geologists (AASG).The Bitterroot Gem and Mineral Society is a non-profit organization who serves the Ravalli County.

Our purpose is to promote interest and education in various Earth sciences, including geology, mineralogy, paleontology, and the lapidary and faceting arts.