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Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma
John W. Shelton
|Other titles||Geology of Noble County, Oklahoma.|
|Statement||John W. Shelton, with a chapter on petroleum by John W. Shelton and William A. Jenkins and a chapter on water resources by Roy H. Bingham.|
|Series||Bulletin - Oklahoma Geological Survey ; 128, Bulletin (Oklahoma Geological Survey) ;, 128.|
|Contributions||Jenkins, William A., joint author., Bingham, Roy H., 1930- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE153 .A2 no. 128, QE154.N58 .A2 no. 128|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||80621935|
Contributions to economic geology, , Part II, Mineral fuels--An anticlinal fold near Billings, Noble County, Oklahoma Bulletin E. Clare, P. H., , Petroleum geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Circu 38 p. , Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma: Oklahoma.
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Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma. Norman: University of Oklahoma, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John W Shelton; William A Jenkins; Roy H Bingham.
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ENID- Mostly red-brown shale to north, grading into fine-grained sandstone and mudstone conglomerate southward into Logan County. Thickness, about feet Oklahoma book m). (Sumner Group) OKLAHOMA CITY- Red-brown shale and orange-brown fine-grained sandstone, containing much maroon mudstone conglomerate and chert conglomerate to south.
Geology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. Decem pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.
Geologic units in Noble county, Ohio Monongahela Group (Pennsylvanian) at surface, covers 53 % of this area Shale, siltstone, and mudstone; black, red, gray and green to variegated red and yellow in the southeastern areas of Ohio; clayey to sandy; nonbedded to thin bedded; locally calcareous.
Bulletin Geology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan.
Decem pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map: box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables. *Bulletin Geology and oil and gas resources of Craig County, Oklahoma.
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Kenneth S. Johnson retired as Associate Director and research geologist from the Oklahoma Geological Survey, at the University of Oklahoma. He continues as a consulting geologist, with work. General Information. Title: Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma, by J.W.
Shelton, with a chapter on petroleum by J.W. Shelton and W.A. Jenkins and a chapter on water resources by R.H. Bingham Author(s): Shelton, J.W.
Publishing Organization: Oklahoma Geological Survey Series and Number: Bulletin [66 p.] Publication Date: Map Scale:Publishing Organization: Oklahoma Geological Survey Series and Number: Bulletin Larger Work: Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma. Motts, W.S.,Water resources of Okmulgee County, part 2 of Oklahoma Geological Survey, Geology and water resources of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulle p.Geology Mineral Resources Clay County.
Report on a Shallow Water Investigation as Part of a Mineral Resources Survey in Clay County, Texas. Works Progress Administration, Mineral Resource Survey of Texas Circular No. (The University of Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology). Because of the excellent pioneer work done by Eldridge in mapping occurrences of oil seeps, asphaltic sandstones, and showings in water wells, in southern Oklahoma, and by Taff and Gould on the structure and stratigraphy of the Arbuckle and Wichita mountain areas, there was ample evidence of the presence of petroleum to lure the prospector when Oklahoma and Indian Territories were opened for.
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A map of Oklahoma Counties with County seats and a satellite image of Oklahoma with County outlines. News Rocks Minerals Gemstones Volcanoes More Topics US Maps World Maps Geology Store Homepage. Our Noble County, OK oil and gas data includes all production values, operators, wells, drilling permits, well logs, and much more.
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Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content.Noble has 22 identified mines listed in The Diggings™.
The most commonly listed primary commodities in Noble mines are Copper, Silver, and the time these mines were surveyed, 18 mines in Noble were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
1 4 mines were in production at the time the data was entered.County, Oklahoma, in Oakes, M. C., Geology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulle p.
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