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Geologic and hydraulic characteristics of selected shaly geologic units in Oklahoma
1997 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Oklahoma City, Okla, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by Carol J. Becker ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the Oklahoma Geological Survey|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 96-4303|
|Contributions||Becker, Carol J, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
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GEOLOGIC AND HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SELECTED SHALY GEOLOGIC UNITS IN OKLAHOMA By Carol J. Becker, Myles D.
Overton, Kenneth S. Johnson, and Kenneth V. Luza ABSTRACT Information was collected on the geologic and hydraulic characteristics of three shale-domi nated units in Oklahoma the Dog Creek ShaleAuthor: C. Becker, M. Overton, K.
Johnson, K. Luza. The U. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Oklahoma Geological Survey, collected information on the geologic and hydraulic characteristics of three shaly units in Oklahoma: the Dog Creek Shale and Chickasha Formation in Canadian County, the Hennessey Group in Oklahoma County, and the Boggy Formation in Pittsburg County (fig.
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Geologic and hydraulic characteristics of selected shaly geologic units in Oklahoma by Carol J. Becker,U. Dept. of the Interior, U. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] edition, in English.
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Dept. of the Interior, U. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Oklahoma City, Okla, Denver, CO. Written in English Subjects. Characterizing the Geologic, Geochemical and Hydraulic Properties of Selected Gas-Shales in the Black Warrior Basin, Alabama January DOI: RG Geologic units by geographic area.
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geologic map) it is critically important to portray the various rock units in a manner that highlights their similarities and differences; this is the art of cartography. By using similar colors and patterns for geologically related map units, the geologic features and relationships deemed by the author to.
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Becker, Myles D. Overton, Kenneth S. Johnson, Kenneth V. Luza Publish On: UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WILLIAM E. WRATHER, DIRECTOR ' 0Mexhorna Qts c Wheeless O O R Qts Conrad D o O N Qts E Hopki urton rlggs X p PRINCIPAL SOURCES OF GEOLOGIC MAPS USED IN PREPARATION OF GEOLOGIC MAP OF OKLAHOMA (Numbers correspond to those given on key map.
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Properly understanding and characterizing geologic materials and formations is vital for making critical engineering decisions. Geologic units in Rogers county, Oklahoma. Additional scientific data in this geographic area. Senora Formation (Middle Pennsylvanian) at surface, covers 29 of this area.
TULSA- Shale with thin and lenticular sandstone, minor limestone, and coal. OKLAHOMA CITY- Mainly fine-grained micaceous sandstone and shale locally containing coal beds. Geologic and Hydraulic Characteristics of Selected Shaly Geologic Units Oklahoma Author: Carol J.
Becker, Myles D. Overton, Kenneth S. Johnson, Kenneth V. Luza Publisher. Geologic units in Oklahoma county, Oklahoma Garber Sandstone (Early Permian) at surface, covers 38 of this area ENID- Mostly orange-brown, fine- to medium-grained quartzose sandstone and conglomerate, grading northward into shale and calcitic siltstone.
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Many other Survey publications are available that have indirect application, however only those with specific relevance to. Geologic units in Noble county, Oklahoma.
Additional scientific data in this geographic area. Wellington Formation (Early Permian) at surface, covers 73 of this area.
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