The Rhodes allochthon of the Enos Creek-Owl Creek Debris-Avalanche, northwestern Wyoming
Published:January 01, 1987
Thomas M. Bown, J. David Love, 1987. "The Rhodes allochthon of the Enos Creek-Owl Creek Debris-Avalanche, northwestern Wyoming", Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America, Stanley S. Beus
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SE¼SE¼NE¼SW¼ Sec.17, NE¼NE¼SE¼SW¼ Sec.17, W¾N½SW¼SE¼ Sec.17, and W¾S½NW¼SE¼ Sec. 17, T.44N., R.99W., Hot Springs County, Wyoming (Fig. 1; Bown, 1982a, PI. 1). Twentyone Creek, Wyoming, Quadrangle (U.S. Geological Survey 7½ minute topographic series, 1956).
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