Tag archives for Sage Creek

North Platte River-Little Snake River drainage divide area landform origins along the continental divide in the Wyoming northern Sierra Madre Mountains, USA

  Abstract: This essay uses topographic map evidence to identify north to south and northwest to southeast oriented through valleys crossing the North Platte River-Little Snake River drainage divide in the Wyoming northern Sierra Madre Mountains. The North Platte River flows in a north-northwest direction from Colorado into Wyoming along the east side of the […]

Sage Creek-Milk River drainage divide area landform origins, Hill County, Montana, USA

Abstract: Topographic map interpretation methods are used to determine landform origins in the Sage Creek-Milk River drainage divide area located in Hill County, Montana. The Milk River flows in a southeast and east direction in Hill County and is joined west of Havre, Montana by north-northeast oriented Big Sandy Creek, which flows along the western […]

Cottonwood Creek-Sage Creek drainage divide area landform origins, Liberty and Hill Counties, Montana, USA

Abstract: Topographic map interpretation methods are used to determine landform origins in the Cottonwood Creek-Sage Creek drainage divide area located in Liberty and Hill Counties, Montana. Cottonwood Creek is a south oriented Marias River tributary with the Marias River flowing to the Missouri River, which flows across north central Montana on a route south of the […]

Milk River-Lodge Creek drainage divide area landform origins, southeast Alberta, Canada

Abstract: Topographic map interpretation methods are used to determine landform origins in the Milk River-Lodge Creek drainage divide area located in the Alberta southeast corner. The Milk River flows in an east direction to the Alberta southeast corner and then turns to flow in a southeast direction into Montana. Lodge Creek is a southeast-oriented Milk […]