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geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas.

Dallas Geological Society.

geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas.

by Dallas Geological Society.

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Published in [Dallas] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Texas -- Cooke County.,
  • Geology -- Texas -- Grayson County.,
  • Geophysics -- Texas -- Cooke County.,
  • Geophysics -- Texas -- Grayson County.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: The Dallas Geological Society. The Dallas Geophysical Society.

    ContributionsDallas Geophysical Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination211p.
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21975935M

    Geology of Florida (Florida. Geological survey. Geological bulletin) [Cooke, Charles Wythe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology of Florida (Florida. Geological survey. Geological bulletin)Author: Charles Wythe Cooke. TC U57a [book number, chapter number] Geology Analyzed -Discontinued/absorbed. "Approved procedures for planning and executing field and laboratory studies, including collecting, analyzing, and processing hydrologic data." Topographic: Topographic maps of Texas are located in the map cases in the Southeast corner of the by: 7.

    Search library catalog using keywords such as soil survey and the county or state that you are looking for. Soil surveys may be located in the Geology Library, Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL), Center for American History, or other libraries. On the following pages, we've also provided a Author: Dennis Trombatore. E1 Rancho Cima is located 18 miles west-northwest of San Marcos, Texas in Hays and Comal Counties. The intersection of latitude 29 ° 57' north and longitude 98 ° 10' east falls in the central part of the Camp. Convenient access to E1 Rancho Cima is afforded by the farm-to-market road, FM File Size: 2MB.

    Landforms of Grayson County, Texas‎ (1 C, 1 P) P Protected areas of Grayson County, Texas‎ (6 P) Pages in category "Geography of Grayson County, Texas" This category contains only the following page. This list may not reflect recent changes. C. Grayson Springs Fentrees McMahan WK PKWY WK PKWY N 4 0 4 Miles Grayson County Geology (Source: Geologic Map of Kentucky, Scale, ,) Alluvium Tradewater Formation Caseyville Formation Buffalo Wallow, Leitchfield Formations, Tar Springs Sandstone Glen Dean Limestone, Hardinsburg Sandstone, Golconda, Girkin Formations Ste. Genevieve, St.


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Geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas by Dallas Geological Society. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas. [Dallas] (OCoLC) Online version: Joint Activities Committee of the Dallas Geological and Geophysical Societies. Geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas. [Dallas] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

The geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas. By: Joint Activities Committee of the Dallas Geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties and Geophysical Societies. Material type: Text Publisher: [Dallas] Description: p. maps (part fold.) diagrs., profiles, tables. 28 cm.

The geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas Joint Activities Committee of the Dallas Geological and Geophysical Societies Snippet view - The Geology and Geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas: Authors: Joint Activities Committee of the Dallas Geological and Geophysical Societies, Dallas Geological Society: Publisher: Dallas Geological Society, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

The geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas. Imprint [Dallas] Physical description p. illus., diagrs., (part in pocket) tables. 28cm. Available online Geology > Texas > Cooke County. Geophysics > Texas > Cooke County. Bibliographic information. Publication date Author: Dallas Geological Society.

The geology and geophysics of Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas by Joint Activities Committee of the Dallas Geological and Geophysical Societies., edition, in EnglishPages: (Kb) Date Author. part of Cooke County. (See Figure l). Cooke County, in extreme north-central Texas, is one of the northern border counties of Texas.

It is bounded on the north by the Red River, on the west by Montague County, on the south by Wise and Denton Counties, and on the east by Grayson County. Well Information Information on wells in the area is given. Geology of the Woodbine formation of Cooke, Grayson, and Fannin Counties, Texas Oil and Gas Investigation Map 98 By: H.R.

Bergquist. Subscribe to our Newsletter Give to the Libraries © The University of Texas at Austin. GROUND-WATER GEOLOGY OF GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS By E.

BAKER, JR. ABSTRACT Grayson County in north-central Texas is near the north edge of the West Gulf Coastal Plain. The county has an area of square miles and had an estimated population of 79, in The major town is Sherman, which has an esti­ mated population of 31,Cited by: 1.

Tulsa Geological Society Digest Symposium on the Viola, Fernvale and Sylvan Vol. 34 (), Pages Oil Creek Truncation Traps in Cooke and Grayson Counties, Texas: Abstract. Gary E. Henry1. Abstract. One of the most prolific reservoirs in North Texas is the Ordovician Oil Creek Sandstone.

Bureau of Economic Geology,Sherman Sheet, Geologic Atlas of Texas: University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, scaleBureau of Economic Geology,Brownwood sheet, Geologic Atlas of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at.

GRAYSON n County, in north central Texas, is bordered by the Red River and by Fannin, Collin, Denton, and Cooke counties. The county seat, Sherman, which lies approximately sixty-five miles north of Dallas, is part of the Sherman-Denison Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Alluvium (Holocene) at surface, covers. 2 Texas The Geology of Texas Section Texas.1 Summary Learning about the geology of Texas provides local examples of the main themes of physical geology, espe-cially the theory of plate tectonics.

Texas has abundant geologic resources, including petroleum, coal, minerals, groundwater, and fertile soils. 9/8/06 PM Page 2. This fully indexed, full color, easy-to-read detailed map covers all of Grayson and Cooke Counties and features airports, cemetaries, colleges, golf courses, parks and more.

Coverage also includes detailed maps of the major portions of the cities of Denison, Gainesville, and : $ The Marietta Basin is located in southern Oklahoma, between the Muenster Arch on the southwest and Criner Hills Uplift on the northeast, extending from Love County, Oklahoma, southeastward through Cooke and Grayson counties, Texas, the deepest part being known as the Gordonville Trough.

Coleman, and Eastland Counties Texas By PHILIP T. STAFFORD PENNSYLVANIAN AND LOWER PERMIAN STRATIG­ RAPHY, BETWEEN THE BRAZOS AND COLORADO RIVERS, NORTH-CENTRAL TEXAS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN B Prepared in cooperation with the Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas.

The tectonic importance of the Grayson, Texas area, in The Geology and Geophysics of Cooke-Grayson Counties, Texas: Dallas Geological and Geophysical Societies, p. ____Some criteria by which basin forming mechanisms may be recognized, in Habitat of Oil: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Special Publication, p.

GEOLOGY rAND GROUND-WATER RE OURCES OF WALKER COUNTY;p I TEJMS I By Allen G. Winslow October ABSTRACT - I I Walker County,_of which.H1mtsville is the. county seat, is on the Gulf Coastal Plaibs about so miles north of Houston. The Gounty is under-lain by a series of sedimentary rocks of Tertiary and Quaternary_ age_ that dip astward.

toward the Gulf .The geological map used is from the "Geologic Atlas of Texas, Sherman Sheet" - Bureau of Economic Geology, Geologic Atlas of Texas - Sherman Sheet descriptive booklet (PDF file - k) [The best way to print the maps is to save each large image to your computer and .Dr.

Scott W. Tinker State Geologist of Texas and Director, Bureau of Economic Geology. State Geological Survey and State Geologist Established inthe Bureau of Economic Geology of The University of Texas at Austin is a research entity of the university and .