Eastern Mojave Vegetation Rubey Drive, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado  
 

Tom Schweich  

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 Rubey Drive and North Rubey Drive.

Other articles:
• Washington Avenue:   at N Rubey;  

Intersection: Washington Avenue

Other articles:
• Iowa Street:   at N Rubey;  

Intersection: Iowa Drive, Iowa Street

Other articles:
• Social Trail (Arapahoe to N. Rubey):   at N. Rubey Dr;
• Field Notes:  13 Dec 2018;  23 Dec 2018;  16 Mar 2019;
Full Size ImageBeginning of building at 148 Washington Avenue.
Full Size ImageConstruction at 148 Washington  

Junction: Path to Arapahoe Street

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Continued construction at 148 Washington
This path crosses land owned by the Villas at Canyon Point LLC.

Other articles:
• Golden Checklist Flora:  Bromus tectorum;  Dactylis glomerata;  Secale cereale;
• Field Notes:  Tuesday, May 26th;  Coll. No. 1110, 26 May 2015;  Coll. No. 1111, 26 May 2015;  Coll. No. 1112, 26 May 2015;  Coll. No. 1113, 26 May 2015;
• Glossary:  auricle;
Full Size ImageNorth Rubey Drive, near CO S. H. 93 and Iowa Drive.
Full Size ImageColl. No. 1112, Bromus tectorum  

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Coll. No. 1110, Secale cereale, auricles ±1 mm.
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Coll. No. 1110, Secale cereale
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Coll. No. 1111, Dactylis glomerata, one panicle branch.
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Inflorescence of Coll. No. 1113, Bromus inermis
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Coll. No. 1113, Bromus inermis, auricles absent, or very much reduced.
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Coll. No. 1113, Bromus inermis, characteristic fold on leaf blade.
Street turns to parallel CO State Highway 93.
  Intersection: Golden Park Drive
  Intersection: Golden Park Place

Other articles:
• Field Notes:  14 Jul 2019;
Full Size ImageSouth Table Mountain from Mitchell School.
Full Size ImageNorth Table Mountain from Mitchell School.  

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Northwest flank of Mount Zion above Clear Creek Canyon
Mitchell Elementary School
  Intersection: Cody Trail

Literature Cited:
- Kirkham, Robert M., 1977.  

This is appoximately the center of the NE1/4 SW1/4 Sect 28, T3S, R70W. Somewhere in this quarter-quarter are the locations of two trenches dug to explore a small graben of Quaternary age, thought to be related to the Golden fault. Excavations revealed a complex geologic picture suggesting two periods of fault rupture with a total of 5.5 m of displacement. Dating of zircons and glass shards from an ash deposited in the graben and disrupted by faulting yielded dates of 0.6 to 0.7 million years, suggesting faulting occurred more recently than those dates (Kirkham, 1977).

Other articles:
• 5th Street:   at Rubey;  

Intersection: 5th Street, High Point Drive

 

 

   

Literature Cited

  A list of all literature cited by this web site can be found in the Bibliography.
  Kirkham, Robert M. 1977. Quaternary movements on the Golden fault, Colorado. Geology. 5: 689-692. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 6/19/2020 4:34:14 PM