pogonip


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pogonip

[′päg·ə‚nip]
(meteorology)
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Acrotreta curvata Walcott, 1902, Lower Ordovician, Tremadocian, Pogonip Limestone, Eureka district, Nevada, USA.
A proposed trail through preserved open space will be the center of debate at Tuesday's City Council meeting as parks and recreation officials seek approval to design a new Pogonip trail for equestrians, bicyclists, pedestrians and dogs on leash.
The same mineralized rock units are present here as at Barrick's new Ruby Hill gold mine near Eureka, such as the favorable lower part of the Pogonip Limestone, which never appears to have been drill tested here previously.
NAS Fallon normally only sees one pogonip episode per year, and it usually lasts only one or two days.