Gravel deposits

Alluvial accumulations of small unconsolidated rock fragments, such as pebbles and cobbles, used in construction as fill, ground cover, or aggregate for concrete.

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Evolution of the landscape along the Clear Creek Corridor, Colorado--Urbanization, aggregate mining, and reclamation

Prime agricultural land along the Clear Creek floodplain, Colorado, attracted settlement in the 1850's but the demand for sand and gravel for 1900's construction initiated a sequence of events that exceeded previous interests and created the modified land

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Dataset of Aggregate Producers in New Mexico

This dataset contains latitudes, longitudes, and other descriptive data for aggregate producers in New Mexico that are believed to have been active during the period 1997-1999. The data in this compilation were derived from U.S. Geological Survey files, U

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Distribution and quality of potential sources of aggregate infrastructure resources project area, Colorado-Wyoming

Crushed stone and sand and gravel are the main types of natural aggregate used in the United States. Aggregate is used in nearly all residential, commercial, and industrial building construction, and in most public works projects including roads and high

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