Ash Hollow State Historical Park: Type area for the Ash Hollow Formation (Miocene), western Nebraska
Published:January 01, 1987
R. F. Diffendal, Jr., 1987. "Ash Hollow State Historical Park: Type area for the Ash Hollow Formation (Miocene), western Nebraska", North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America, Donald L. Biggs
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Ash Hollow State Historical Park, administered by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, is located primarily in Sec. 3, N½, Sec. 10, and the E½NE¼Sec.22, T.15N., R.42W. (Fig. 1), Garden County, Nebraska. The park and adjacent lands are shown on the Lewellen and Ruthton 7½ -minute Quadrangles; scale 1:24,000. U.S. 26 passes through the park. This highway and other paved roads provide access from 1-80. A camping area and a museum with excellent interpretive displays are located in the park.
Rock exposures are easily accessible by foot in the park and at road cuts along U.S. 26 and nearby...
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