2 edition of Geology of the Souris River Area, North Dakota found in the catalog.
Geology of the Souris River Area, North Dakota
Richard W. Lemke
|Series||Geological Survey. Professional paper 325, Geologicval survey professional paper -- 325|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 138 p.|
|Number of Pages||138|
Until the ice sheets pushed down into North Dakota (about 2 ½ million years ago), all the rivers in North Dakota flowed north and drained into Hudson Bay. Today, the Red River, the Mouse (Souris) River, the Sheyenne River, and their tributaries flow north. The Missouri River and the James River flow south to the Mississippi River. PLEISTOCENE GEOLOGY OF EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA The glaciated part of the State of South Dakota has an area of ab square miles that constitutes almost the entire eastern half of the State. It is underlain principally by flat- separated by the James River lowland, elongate from north to south. The extreme relief of the region is Cited by:
Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S. states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to. The Souris Valley flood was one of the largest natural disasters in North Dakota history. Learn more about this event and the response and recovery efforts that followed. July 6, aerial view of Souris River flooding in Minot.
ABOUT SOURIS, NORTH DAKOTA. ESTABLISHED IN Souris, North Dakota is located in North Central North Dakota. Souris is located very close to the United States/Canada border, in fact Souris is located 6 miles South of the United States/Canada border. Souris has a current population of 58 residents according to the US Census. Climate of North Dakota Topographic Features- North Dakota is subdivided into four main physiographic regions: the Great Plains, the Missouri Coteau, the Glaciated Plains, and the Red River Valley. Southwestern North Dakota is part of the relatively flat Great Plains which slope gently westward toward the Rocky Size: 36KB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lemke, Richard W. (Richard Walter), Geology of the Souris River Area, North Dakota (OCoLC) Preliminary geologic maps of 11 quadrangles in north-central North Dakota (Westhope, Dokken, Mohall, Eckman, Deep River, Denbigh, Saline, Karlsruhe, Balfour, Dongsberg, and Benedict)() North Dakota book geologic map showing boundaries.
Geology of the Souris River area, North Dakota,USGS Professional Paper, P [USGS.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology of the Author: USGS. (North Dakota Tourism Department photo) The Red River Valley is an exceptionally flat plain that marks the former floor of glacial Lake Agassiz, once the largest fresh water lake in North America.
The valley covers a strip of land about 30 to 40 miles wide on either side of the Red River in North Dakota and Minnesota. GEOLOGY OF THE MINOT AREA Fred J. Anderson Lorraine A. Manz Geologic Investigations No. 46 North Dakota Geological Survey Lynn D. Helms, Director, Dept.
of Mineral Resources Edward C. Murphy, State Geologist This geologic map was funded in part by the USGS National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program. Vertical Exaggeration = 20x. B 80 / Randich, P. / GEOLOGY OF McKENZIE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, PART 1 - STRATIGRAPHY AND ECONOMIC GEOLOGY, Grand Forks,pb, 48 pages, 21 figs., 5 plates, 1 appendix, - 5 - $ 24 Priced as marked, or buy any two (or more) items from this catalog and get 20% off North Dakota book your order.
The geology of North Dakota includes thick sequences oil and coal bearing sedimentary rocks formed in shallow seas in the Paleozoic and Mesozoic, as well as terrestrial deposits from the Cenozoic on top of ancient Precambrian crystalline basement rocks.
The state has extensive oil and gas, sand and gravel, coal, groundwater and other natural resources. This is a generalized topographic map of North Dakota. It shows elevation trends across the state.
Detailed topographic maps and aerial photos of North Dakota are available in the store. See our state high points map to learn about White Butte at 3, feet. North Dakota's Geologic Legacy is a finalist in the Nature category for the Midwest Book Awards. North Dakota's Geologic Legacy is the story of the landscape why it looks like it does and how it formed.
The book is designed for the physical and the armchair traveler. Most of the features portrayed can be seen from the road.5/5(6). Souris River, tributary of the Assiniboine River, in Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Canada) and North Dakota (U.S.). Rising in southeastern Saskatchewan, it receives drainage from Moose Mountain and Coteau du Missouri and flows southeastward into North Dakota.
It then bends northward to reenter Canada. North Dakota Rivers Shown on the Map: Beaver Creek, Cannonball River, Cedar Creek, Cut Bank Creek, Des Lacs River, Forest River, Goose River, Heart River, James River, Knife River, Little Missouri River, Little Muddy River, Maple River, Missouri River, Park River, Pembina River, Pipestem Creek, Red River, Sheyenne River, Souris River, Spring Creek, Tongue River, White.
The Minot area is in the north-central part of North Dakota and includes part of the Souris River valley. The region is covered by glacial drift of late Wisconsin age except in small areas where the Fort Union Formation of Tertiary age crops out. Thickness of the drift is controlled by the topography of the bedrock.
In places the drift is more than feet thick, but it averages about. The Mouse River starts in Canada and flows back into Canada. The French word for “mouse” is “souris,” and in Canada the river is named the Souris River. It is the same river that we call the Mouse River in North Dakota.
At times this river has overflowed its banks causing flooding in the city of Minot and other places along its way. Mouse/Souris River Basin The Mouse River, or the Souris River as it is known in Canada, originates in southeast Saskatchewan near the city of Wayburn.
From there, the Mouse River meanders miles through North Dakota, entering near Sherwood, then flowing through Minot, to its southernmost point at Velva, North Dakota.
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History of U.S. Geological Survey Streamgaging on the. Souris River in and near Minot, North Dakota, – Introduction. The Souris River (also known as the Mouse River in the United States) originates in the Yellow Grass Marshes north of. Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada, and flows southeast, cross-Author: Kevin K.
Baker, Steven M. Robinson. Highlights surface and near-surface geology. This website deals with the landscape. I will generally avoid topics relating to oil and gas-oriented geology because 1) a wealth of information already exists on that topic, and 2) in North Dakota oil and gas production involves the geology many thousands of feet below the surface of the ground.
The origin of the name “Turtle Mountain” has never been definitely explained. Between andMétis hunters from the Red River area followed trails north and south of the feature, to reach the buffalo herds.
When viewed from the south, the upland appeared to the Métis as a turtle on the horizon with [ ]. map Hydrologic Investigations Atlas U.S.
Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA Reston, VA U.S. Geological Survey The base map wasquadrangles. paper Surficial geology Structure contours showing altitude fo the top of the Formation U.S. Geological Survey This product is the digital version of the surficial geology depicted in Sheet.
If the current wet climate state of the Souris River Basin continues during the next 10 years, there is a 2 percent chance another extreme flood, similar to that ofwill occur, according to a recent report by the U.S.
Geological Survey and North Dakota State Water Commission. These and other findings about past and future flooding of the Souris are. I. F. Ermanovics has written: 'Precambrian geology of the Norway House and Grand Rapids map-area' -- subject(s): Geology, Stratigraphic Geology 'Geology of Berens River-Deer Lake map-area.North Dakota Geological Survey 5 BULLETIN 78—PART I North Dakota Geological Survey geologic report by Lemke () describes the Souris River.
area, including most of Bottineau County. Deal () described in north-central North Dakota, has a n area of 1, square miles in Tps to N and Rs 74 t o.The Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota is a region devoid of mountains and bedrock exposures.
Nonetheless, in its own way, the Valley forms a fascinating landscape. The geology can be subtle in appearance, yet startling in its impact.
It profoundly affects residents of this region in many ways.