Tag archives for Prairie Dog Creek (Kansas)

Republican River-Prairie Dog Creek drainage divide area landform origins in Furnas and Harlan Counties, Nebraska and Norton and Phillips Counties, Kansas, USA

Abstract: The Republican River-Prairie Dog Creek drainage divide area in Furnas and Harlan Counties, Nebraska and Norton and Phillips County, Kansas was eroded by massive south-oriented flood flow. Flood waters were probably derived from a rapidly melting North American ice sheet and flowed south across Nebraska and into Kansas. Missouri River tributary valleys eroded headward […]

Prairie Dog Creek-North Fork Solomon River drainage divide area landform origins in Norton and Phillips Counties, Kansas, USA

Abstract: The Prairie Dog Creek-North Fork Solomon River drainage divide area in Norton and Phillips Counties, Kansas was eroded by immense south-oriented flood flow, which flowed across Nebraska and into Kansas. Flood waters were probably derived from a rapidly melting thick North American ice sheet, which had been located in what had been an ice […]