Friday, August 13, 2004

Pequop Range

Field reconnaissance, Pequop Range and Clover Valley, Elko county, Nevada. What a great trip!
Spruce Point, Clover Valley, Elko County, Nevada
Pack Trail 1841 (PT-8),Clover Valley, Elko County, Nevada
Pleistocene Lake Clover Basin. I love this site! Looking south.
Pleistocene Lake Clover Basin, Clover Valley, Elko County, Nevada
Looking north.
Pleistocene Lake Clover Basin, Clover Valley, Elko County, Nevada
Neotec field Jeep doing great!
Neotec field Jeep
On the lacustrine-enhanced fault scarp at dusk.
Pequop range-bounding lacustrine-enhanced fault scarp, Clover Valley, Elko County, Nevada
Sunset over the West Humboldts.
Sunset over the West Humboldts, Clover Valley, Elko County, Nevada
1862 Fort Ruby. “Worst post in the west.”
1862 Fort Ruby.
The impossibly subtle fault scarp at the base of the tree line. Most recent event was about 20,000 years ago.
Pequop Range, Elko county, Nevada
Multiple event fault scarp. Holocene fans are inset, tiny, and unfaulted.
Multiple event fault scarp, Pequop Range, Elko county, Nevada
You had to be there… (for Tristan and Kevin)
Fallon Floors, for Tristan Ashcroft and Kevin Mass

Thursday, March 4, 2004

Long Valley field excursion

February 27, 2004. Dr. Tom Bullard and Dr. Ken Adams take our Fluvial Geomorphology class to the field.
Dr. Tom Bullard and Dr. Ken Adams take our Fluvial Geomorphology class to the field



Next three photos by Ken Adams? with his Sony Cybershot, perhaps DSC-P5. Thank you.
North flank of Peavine Peak (background) and the Mazama ash in the section (foreground).
North flank of Peavine Peak  (background) and the Mazama ash in the section (foreground)
Andrew D. Barron, geomorphologist, contemplates
Andrew D. Barron, geomorphologist, logs and exposure
March 4, 2004. Peavine Peak from the north side a week later; this is a two image mosaic.

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