2 edition of Geology of southern Leflore and northwestern McCurtain counties, Oklahoma found in the catalog.
Geology of southern Leflore and northwestern McCurtain counties, Oklahoma
Charles William Honess
|Statement||by C.W. Honess.|
|Series||Circular (Oklahoma Geological Survey) -- no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
Curtain County, in southeastern Oklahoma. In both Arkansas and Oklahoma the Stanley rests unconform- ably either on the Arkansas novaculite (lower part 2 Girty, G. H., The fauna of the Caney shale of Oklahoma: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. , p. 8, 3 Ulrich, E.G., Fossiliferous boulders in the Ouachita Caney shale and the age of theCited by: 8. Scale ca. , "Contour interval feet." Includes table of recreation areas, location map, and inset of forest area in McCurtain County, Oklahoma. Text and col. illus. on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. AACR2.
Geology -- Delaware River Valley (N.Y.-Del. and N.J.) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Geology; Delaware River Valley (N.Y.-Del. and N.J. Le Flore County, Oklahoma: | | | |Le Flore County|, ||Oklahoma|| | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available.
Discover the past of Oklahoma through State maps in our online collection of old historical maps that span over years of growth. View Oklahoma Maps such as historical county boundaries changes, old vintage maps, as well as road / highway maps for all 77 counties in Oklahoma. Leflore Counties of Oklahoma. The Arkansas Novaculite in the Potato Hills region is described as black, green, and lighter-colored chert beds of 1 to 18 inches (2 to 46 cm)Author: Ted Godo.
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Publishing Organization: Oklahoma Bureau of Geology Series and Number: Circular 3 [23 p.] Publication Date: Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 34° 40' 52" N () South Latitude: 34° 14' 39" N () East Longitude: 94° 27' 28" W ().
Geology of the southern LeFlore and northwestern McCurtain counties, Oklahoma / by C.W. Honess. Cataloged: 4/27/ Geology of the Whitehall area, Montana [by] Roger G. Abstract. At head of title: Bureau of Geology. C.W. Shannon, director.
F.M. Bullard, chief of access: InternetAuthor: Charles William Honess. The Garber crops out around and over more oil fields than any other formation in southern Oklahoma—like the Mesaverde of the Rockies.
Next above is the foot greenish-gray sandy shale section of the Hennessey, followed in turn by the foot maroon sandstone section of the Duncan, the 4oo-foot “purple” shale of the Chickasha, and the. Geology of the country around Rangala (an explanation of one-inch geological sh preliminary series) Geology of the southern LeFlore and northwestern McCurtain counties, Oklahoma / by C.W.
Honess Geology of the Whitehall area, Montana [by] Roger G. Alexander, Jr MS Book and Mineral Company Oklahoma Geology and Mining History GEOLOGY OF THE EASTERN PART OF WINDING STAIR RANGE, Le FLORE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA; 4 plates in pocket] B / Amsden, T.
and Rowland, T. / SILURIAN STRATIGRAPHY OF NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA,cl, pages, 2 geologic maps (in pocket), 18 plates, 19 figs., - 3 - $ Geology of the Wister State Park area, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 28 pages, 32 figures, 1 plate. Guidebook Early to middle Paleozoic conodont biostratigraphy of the Arbuckle Mountains, southern Oklahoma (Scott M.
Ritter, editor). Get this from a library. Geology and ground-water resources of southern McCurtain County, Oklahoma. [Leon Virgil Davis]. 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.
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PETROLEUM GEOLOGY OF GRAYSON County Texas By H H Bradfield. Petroleum Geology of Southern Oklahoma: A Symposium, Volume 2 Petroleum Geology of Southern Oklahoma. Compiled by Kenneth S. Johnson, Oklahoma Geological Survey Figure 2.
Major geologic provinces of Oklahoma (generalized from page 1, Fig. Figure 3. Generalized contours showing elevation (in thousands of feet below sea level) of the eroded top of Precambrian and Cam-brian basement rocks in Oklahoma and parts of adjacent states.
Figure 4. Oklahoma is one of those states with a diverse geology and physiography that travelers often miss. In fact, the geology is actually quite complex with the folded and thrust faulted Ouachita Mountains in the southeast, the Wichita Mountains with an interesting granitic core in the south, salt plains and gypsum caves in the northwest, former zinc.
The county occupies the extreme southeastern corner of the state, sharing boundaries with Arkansas on the east and Texas on the south.
It adjoins Le Flore County on the north and Pushmataha and Choctaw counties on the west. McCurtain County possesses a total land and water area of 1, square miles and is the third-largest county in the state. Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles (OGQs) are geologic maps professionally drafted by the Oklahoma Geological Survey cartography group.
OGQ maps are reviewed by internal or external geologists and are thoroughly edited. Geologic map of the Hodgen ' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish. ScaleBibliography of Oklahoma Coal Geology and Resources Brian J. Cardott Oklahoma Geological Survey Agbe-Davies, V.F.,The geology of the Hartshorne coals in the Spiro and Hackett Honess, C.W.,Geology of southern Leflore and northeastern McCurtain Counties, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Bureau of Geology Circular 3, 23 p.
Southeastern Oklahoma is known for its scenery, and one of its most picturesque areas is the Kiamichi Mountains, located primarily in Pushmataha, McCurtain, and Le Flore counties. With elevations reaching 2, feet above sea level, this range lies in a frontal belt of the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas and Oklahoma.This is a generalized topographic map of Oklahoma.
It shows elevation trends across the state. Detailed topographic maps and aerial photos of Oklahoma are available in the store.
See our state high points map to learn about Black Mesa at 4, feet - the highest point in Oklahoma. The.Northwestern Oklahoma is the geographical region of the state of Oklahoma which includes the Oklahoma Panhandle and a majority of the Cherokee Outlet, stretching to an eastern extent along Interst and its southern extent along the Canadian River to Noble County.
Northwest Oklahoma is also known by its Oklahoma Department of Tourism designation, Red Carpet Country.