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The Cheetah: Native American
Two North American fossil species of large felids, hitherto regarded as Late Cenozoic pumas (mountain lion), are in fact closely related to the living cheetah, Acinonyx, of Africa and Eurasia. A newExpand
An Animal- and Plant-Fossil Assemblage from the Santa Clara Formation (Pliocene and Pleistocene), Saratoga, California
Animal and plant fossils recovered from a site near Saratoga, Santa Clara County, Calif., about 460 m above the faulted base of' the Santa Clara Formation indicate a late Blancan (latest Pliocene)Expand
A Cheetah-Like Cat in the North American Pleistocene
The discovery of abundant skeletal remains of Felis trumani from a late Pleistocene deposit in Wyoming shows that it was as highly modified for cursorial locomotion as the cheetah (Acinonyx). SeveralExpand
Hydrologic data from Naval Oil Shale Reserves, Parachute Creek basin, northwestern Colorado, 1980-81
This report summarizes 2 years (water years 1980 and 1981) of additional data collected by the U.S. Geological Survey for the U.S. Department of Energy, Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves, in theExpand
Reservoir-development impacts on surface-water quantity and quality in the Yampa River basin, Colorado and Wyoming
The Yampa River basin in northwestern Colorado and south-central Wyoming is an area in which development of the coal resources and associated economy is accelerating. This development includesExpand
Hydrologic data from Roan Creek and Parachute Creek basins, northwestern Colorado
Hydrologic data obtained from a comprehensive study of the Roan Creek and Parachute Creek basins are presented in this report. The purpose of this study was to inventory and appraise theExpand
RESTORATION OF GRIZZLY BEAR AND WETLAND HABITATS AT THE ABANDONED SNAKE RIVER GRAVEL MINE, JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, JR. MEMORIAL PARKWAY, WYOMING
The project is located within the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway and approximately two miles south of the Yellowstone National Park. Gravel mining within the Snake River Floodplain hadExpand
Hydrologic data from Naval Oil Shale Reserves, Parachute Creek basin, northwestern Colorado, 1975-79
This report summarizes data collected by the U.S. Geological Survey for the U.S. Department of Energy, Naval Petroleum, and Oil Shale Reserves in the Parachute Creek drainage basin of westernExpand