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Medicine Creek-Red Willow Creek drainage divide area landform origins in Lincoln, Hayes, Frontier, and Red Willow Counties, Nebraska, USA

A geomorphic history based on topographic map evidence Abstract: Red Willow Creek and Medicine Creek are southeast-oriented Republican River tributaries located primarily in Lincoln, Hayes, Frontier, and Red Willow Counties in southwest Nebraska. The Red Willow Creek-Medicine Creek drainage divide area was eroded by immense south-oriented floods, which were probably derived from a rapidly melting […]

Red Willow Creek-Blackwood Creek drainage divide area landform origins in Perkins, Lincoln, Hayes, Hitchcock, and Red Willow Counties, Nebraska, USA

Abstract: The Red Willow Creek-Blackwood Creek drainage divide area in Perkins, Lincoln, Hayes, Hitchcock, and Red Willow Counties, Nebraska was eroded by massive south-oriented floods. Flood waters were probably derived from a rapidly melting North American ice sheet and flowed south across Nebraska and into Kansas. The east and southeast oriented Republican River valley eroded […]