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Buffalo Creek-South Fork Powder River drainage divide area landform origins in the southern Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming, USA

Abstract: This essay uses topographic map evidence to interpret landform origins in the region between Buffalo Creek and the South Fork Powder River along the south and southeast flank of the Wyoming Bighorn Mountains. Buffalo Creek is a southeast, northeast, and north-northwest oriented tributary to the northeast oriented Middle Fork Powder River. The Middle Fork […]

Middle Fork Powder River-Buffalo Creek drainage divide area landform origins in the Wyoming southern Bighorn Mountains, USA

  Abstract: This essay uses topographic map evidence to interpret landform origins in the region between Middle Fork Powder River and Buffalo Creek in the Wyoming southern Bighorn Mountains. The Middle Fork Powder River originates in the southern Bighorn Mountains along the asymmetric Bighorn River-Powder River drainage divide and flows in a north, northeast, east, […]