Tag archives for Mud Creek (Nebraska)

Middle Loup River-Mud Creek drainage divide area landform origins in Custer, Valley, and Sherman Counties, Nebraska, USA

A geomorphic history based topographic map evidence Abstract: The Middle Loup River-Mud Creek drainage divide area in Custer, Valley, Sherman Counties, Nebraska was eroded by an immense southeast-oriented flood that flowed across the entire drainage divide area. Initially flood waters flowed across a topographic surface at least as high as the highest drainage divide elevations […]

Mud Creek-South Loup River drainage divide area landform origins in Custer, Sherman, and Buffalo Counties, Nebraska, USA

A geomorphic history based on topographic map evidence Abstract: The Mud Creek-South Loup River drainage divide area in Custer, Sherman, and Buffalo Counties was eroded by immense southeast-oriented floods , which initially flowed on a topographic surface at least as high as the highest drainage divide elevations today. Evidence supporting this flood erosion interpretation includes […]