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Books Books 1 - 3 of 3 on The three largest tributaries of Bitter Creek — Killpecker, Little Bitter, and....
" The three largest tributaries of Bitter Creek — Killpecker, Little Bitter, and Salt Wells creeks — have been shaped indirectly by the fold. On account of the difference in the hardness of the beds these valleys extend in the main along the strike... "
Bulletin - United States Geological Survey - Page 109
by Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1910
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1909
...indirectly by the fold. On account of the difference in the hardness of the beds these ! valleys extend along the strike of the beds and are approximately at right angles to Bitter Creek. All the area not tributary to Bitter Creek drains to the east, and the water flows into the Great Divide...
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Oil Possibilities in and Around Baxter Basin, in the Rock ..., Issues 702-706

Alfred Reginald Schultz - Geology - 1920 - 107 pages
...angles to the major axis and has carved a broad valley, along which runs the Union Pacific Railroad. The three largest tributaries of Bitter Creek— Killpecker,...cuts three times across a pronounced hogback ridge in the Mesaverde formation 1,000 feet in height instead of following the softer shale along the strike...
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Bulletin, Issue 702

Geology - 1920
...angles to the major axis and has carved a broad valley, along which runs the Union Pacific Railroad. The three largest tributaries of Bitter Creek —...places, as in the valleys of Salt Wells and Black Butfces creeks, the small streams cut across several of the ridges before joining the main stream,...
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