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Geology and ground-water resources of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, northwestern Montana (Hydrologic investigations atlas)

United States Geological Survey

Geology and ground-water resources of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, northwestern Montana (Hydrologic investigations atlas)

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Jezra Beaulieu, Water Resources Specialist, Nooksack Indian Tribe: Jezra holds a MS in geology from Western Washington University (). Her thesis focused on the thermal and hydrological contributions of rock glaciers in the Sierra Nevada. Jezra has eight years of professional experience in these fields. This book will try to change the way you think about American history. It deals with some familiar topics—colonization, the industrial revolution, slavery, the Civil War, consumerism—and some not so well-known—the Little Ice Age, horse manure, pig sties, fast food, lawns, SUVs, and garbage. The former agricultural college, now Montana State University, is the home of the Museum of the Rockies, with a planetarium and excellent dinosaur and geology exhibits. FROM BOZEMAN TO THE WEST ENTRANCE You’ll need about 2 hours driving time to cover the distance from the Bozeman area to West Yellowstone. Full text of "Montana Intergovernmental Review Clearinghouse bulletin" See other formats.


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Geology and ground-water resources of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, northwestern Montana (Hydrologic investigations atlas) by United States Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

SCHOOL AREA, BLACKFEET INDIAN RESERVATION, NORTHWESTERN MONTANA ByM.R. Cannon ABSTRACT The Blackfeet Indian Reservation is located in northwestern Montana adjacent to Glacier National Park and Alberta, Canada.

Browning, the largest town within the reservation, is the center of Blackfeet Tribal government and health services, and is the primary Author: M.R. Cannon. The Two Medicine Irrigation Unit, on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of northern Montana, is irrigated by water diverted from Two Medicine Creek.

Waterlogging because of overapplication of water and locally inadequate subsurface drainage is a serious problem. This study was undertaken by the U.S.

Geological Survey in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs to evaluate the problem. GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE FORT BERTHOLD INDIAN RESERVATION NORTH DAKOTA [WSP -- Dingman, R.J.

and Gordon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE FORT BERTHOLD INDIAN RESERVATION NORTH DAKOTAAuthor: R.J. and Gordon WSP -- Dingman.

SELECTIVE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GROUND-WATER RESOURCES, RECORDS OF WELLS AND SPRINGS, AND AVAILABILITY OF STREAMFLOW DATA ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN MONTANA By Gary W.

Levings and Melvin K. White ABSTRACT This report is a compilation, for each of the seven Indian reserva­ tions in Montana, of the availability of hydrologic data. The reportAuthor: Gary W.

Levings, Melvin K. White. Geology and ground-water resources of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, northwestern Montana (Hydrologic investigations atlas) by Geological Survey (U.S.) (Unknown Binding - ) Socioeconomic influence on Blackfeet Indian education by Dean Jack Jensen (Unknown Binding - )Author: Mary Strachan Scriver.

Ground-Water Resources of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation, North-Central Montana,Memoir, Number 36 pages with 12 figures and 6 tables. Feltis] on.

Reconnaissance of ground-water resources of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, northeastern Montana Technical Report (PDF Available) January with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Joanna Thamke. The tribe has Winters rights that were reserved by treaty in Water was reserved by the tribe to fulfill the homeland purpose of the Blackfeet Reservation, including irrigation, stock water, domestic, commercial, industrial and municipal uses, fish and wildlife, cultural uses and other uses necessary to provide a homeland for the Blackfeet People.

The Fort Berthold Indian Reservation occupies about 1, square miles in west- central North Dakota. The Missouri and Little Missouri Rivers flow through the area and form part of its boundaries.

Garrison Dam, which is under construction on the Missouri River 30 miles downstream from the east boundary of the reservation, will impound water in Garrison Reservoir and flood the valleys of both. Borehole Geophysical Data for the East Poplar Oil Field Area, Fort Peck Indian Reservation, Northeastern Montana, and Technical Report Author: Joanna Thamke.

Description: Twenty-five miles south of Monument Valley, in the heart of the Navajo Nation, are the Black Mesa and Kayenta Coal Mines. northwestern Montana book These neighboring mines together make up the world's largest strip mining operation.

Inthe Black Geology and ground-water resources of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation Mine suspended its operations, while the Kayenta Mine remains active, providing approximately 8 million tons of coal each year.

Water resources of the Browning-Starr school area, Blackfeet Indian Reservation, northwestern Montana / (Helena, Mont.: U.S. Dept.

of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], []), by M. Cannon, Geological Survey (U.S.), and Blackfeet Tribe of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of. It is believed that Montana's ground-water resources are vast and only partly developed.

the third copy to the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology; and the fourth copy to be retained by the appropriator (person making the filing). A part of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation extends into the northwestern part of Pondera County and. Full text of "Geology of the Owl Creek mountains, with notes on resources of adjoining regions in the ceded portion of the Shoshone Indian reservation, Wyoming" See other formats.

Quartz Valley Indian Reservation QVIR_WQX Quartz Valley Indian Reservation - Env. Dept. (California) R10BLACKBUTTEMINE EPA Region 10 Black Butte Mine CERCLIS ID:OR Site NumberEK R10BOOMSNUB EPA Region 10 Boomsnub Superfund Site Data R10BUNKER EPA Region 10 Superfund Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex R10DUWAMISH.

Birch Creek forms the south and southeastern boundaries of the Blackfeet Reservation. It flows through a narrow valley bordered by high sandstone breaks. It is a large perennial stream that unites with Cut Bank Creek to form the Marias River.

At this time, no comprehensive study of ground water on the Blackfeet Reservation has been made. Professor Bretz's work on the Channeled Scabland covered over 40 years.

Now, we meet in on the same subject to see the evidence and vindication of his work, and to examine new research on this important event in Quaternary geology.

Content: Chapter 1. The Indian Relocation Act of (also known as Public Law or the Adult Vocational Training Program) was a United States law intended to encourage Native Americans in the United States to leave Indian reservations, acquire vocational skills, and assimilate into the general population.

Accessing Clark Fork Basin ground-water information from the Ground-Water Assessment Program, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Butte, Camela Carstarphen, John.

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The Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology is publishing this information with the cooperation of the U.S. Geological Survey and has not edited or reviewed the document. The map is a scan of a map hand-drawn by the authors. The collar information is from documents provided by the authors.

Layout of the final map was done by Susan Smith,File Size: 5MB. Critical Ground Water Area (CGWA) on May 7, The Mountain Home Ground Water Management Area (GWMA) was designated on November 9, Since the 's and more extensively since the 's, numerous wells have been monitored by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and the Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR).

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The studies drew heavily from research in Montana regarding the migration of heavy metals in surface and ground water. The publication of. Economies in Transition: Europe to the Bering Strait. She helped establish Blackfeet National Bank inthe first bank founded by an Indian tribe on a reservation.

Inshe received a $, MacArthur Foundation grant, which she donated to the class action suit's legal defense fund. Inher tribe declared her a warrior of the Blackfeet Nation and presented her with an eagle feather. Ross Peterson writes about the history of Cache County, Utah in the Utah Centennial County History Series.

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Search this site. Home‎ > ‎. Module Free shipping LTCISW SOP buffer and line driver.allcatalog. Published on June This document was created from The University of Montana – Missoula ‐ on‐line catalog.

The University no longer prints a hard copy catalog. undergraduate minor Algebra - option in B.A., Mathematics Alternative Dispute Resolution - certificate American Indian Law - certificate.Ground water on the Wind River Indian Reservation is a valuable resource for Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe tribal members and others who live on the Reservation.

There are many types of land uses on the Reservation that have the potential to affect the quality of ground-water resources. Urban areas, rural housing developments, agricultural.