Phrases with Ogallala
- Pamphila ogallala
- species Pamphila ogallala
Ogallala is a city in Keith County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 4,737 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Keith County. In the days of the Nebraska Territory, the city was a stop on the Pony Express and later along the transcontinental railroad. The Ogallala Aquifer was named after the city.
- also known as Ogallala, Nebraska; Keith County / Ogallala city
- part of Keith County, Nebraska, United States of America
"Ogallala" is a book by John Opie.
- also known as "Ogallala: water for a dry land"; "Ogallala: Water for a Dry Land, Second Edition (Our Sustainable Future)"; "Ogallala: Water for a Dry Land (Our Sustainable Future)"
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Environmental Health (2010)
From Global to Local by Howard Frumkin, MD, MPH, PhD
However, the Ogallala is a finite resource. It consists of fossil water, water sequestered underground for thousands of years, and the current rate of water extraction far exceeds the rate at which it is replenished. In some states, ground- water ...
The Church Times (1913)
Ogallala is a small town on the main line of the Union Pacific Railroad in the western part of Nebraska. Twenty-five years ago, when Bishop Beecher first began to visit this pioneer town, there were not more than about 250 people in the town ...
Encyclopedia of Water Science (Print) (2003)
by Bobby A. Stewart, Terry Howell
INTRODUCTION The Ogallala aquifer underlies about 174,000 mi" of land in the U.S. Great Plains. States with the largest land areas above the aquifer are Nebraska, Texas, ...
Lexicon of geologic names of the United States (including Alaska). (1938)
and thins out beneath Ogallala fm. in E. part of Banner Co. Thickness 400 ft. in Scotts Hi ii it Co. and 500 ft. In Sioux and Dawes Counties, the thickness increasing as the Arikaree displaces the Ogallala fm.
Lexicon of geologic names of the United States for 1936-1960 (1966)
by Grace C. Keroher
Ogallala Formation1 Ogallala Group Pliocene : Western Nebraska, northeastern Colorado, western and central Kansas, eastern New Mexico, western Oklahoma, northwestern Texas, and southeastern Wyoming. Original reference : N. H. ...
Encyclopedia of Texas (2001)
by Nancy Capace
The aquifers are the Ogallala Formation of the High Plains, the Trinity Sands of north central Texas, the Edwards Limestone-Trinity Sands group of the Edwards Plateau, the smaller Edwards Limestone of the Balcones fault zone, the Carrizo ...
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America (2013)
by Andrew Smith, Bruce Kraig
The Ogallala aquifer, an aquifer formed some 10 million years ago that ...
Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science (2013)
by Scott Elias, Cary Mock
bedrock, notably the Tertiary Ogallala Formation. This formation occurs over much of the region, crops out close to the land surface, and is rich in clean sand. It is likely that many early investigators were struck by the close geographic match ...
The Encyclopedia of Seeds (2006)
Science, Technology and Uses by J. Derek Bewley, Michael Black, Peter Halmer
html ElPrivileged communication, Natural Fibers Corporation, Ogallala, Nebraska. Seed and fruit fibres are used in the production of clothing and ...
Encyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design (1998)
Volume 64 - Waste: Hazardous: Management Guide to Waste: Nuclear: Minimization During Decommissioning by John J. McKetta Jr
The Ogallala ...
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