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New List of Subsurface Stratigraphic Names of Oklahoma

New List of Subsurface Stratigraphic Names of Oklahoma2 LOUISE JORDAN, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman "Subsurface Stratigraphic Names of Oklahoma," Guidebook VI of the Oklahoma Geological Survey, went to press in October, 1957 and shortly will be available to the publIc. The compilation of subsurface names was started in 1954 with the

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Oil and Gas University of Oklahoma

The best initial reference for determining the name of a producing formation is a stratigraphic chart showing the subsurface formation names for different parts of Oklahoma. You can obtain these from the O.G.S. or from the Ardmore, Oklahoma City, or

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Subsurface Geology University of Oklahoma

Subsurface Geology Maps and Cross-Sections Visualization Evaluation PE 4553 Class February 6, 2008. Osage County, Oklahoma Bartlesville Producer (2,100’) Regional Stratigraphic Cross-Section (Hung from Top of Booch) Oklahoma Arkoma Basin (Booch)

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Oklahoma geologic map data USGS

Oklahoma geologic map data A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in Oklahoma, with lithology, age, data structure, and format

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Subsurface stratigraphic names of Oklahoma (1957 edition

Subsurface stratigraphic names of Oklahoma by Louise Jordan, 1957, Oklahoma Geological Survey edition, in English

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Index to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma 1940-1966

An index map to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma between 1940 and 1966 is presented. The scale of the map is 1:100,000

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Strat Chart front (reduce 55%) University of Oklahoma

Title: Strat Chart front (reduce 55%).cdr Author: ande5267 Created Date: 6/4/2009 7:24:14 PM

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AAPG Datapages/Archives: Subsurface Stratigraphic Analysis

Oklahoma City Geological Society. Abstract The Shale Shaker Digest V, Volumes XV-XVII (1964-1967) Pages 177-194. Subsurface Stratigraphic Analysis of the Cherokee Group in North-Central Creek County, Oklahoma. Harold W. Hanke. View the First Page. A text abstract of this article is not available. The first page of the PDF appears below.

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STRATIGRAPHIC NOMENCLATURE AND GEOLOGIC SECTIONS

Geologic sections showing the subsurface delineation of approximately 100 Stratigraphic units composing the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras illustrate the interrelation of these units across most of the Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas. The geo­ logic names that constitute the nomenclature have been published, and the vast majority are approved

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Index to the Geologic Names of North America

subsurface names identical with the names of formal rock units, (c) the names of moraines and other units of which physiography is an essential part of the definition, and (d) the names of orogenies. The American Commission on Stratigraphic Nomenclature (1955, p.

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Geologic units in Oklahoma (state in United States)

Alluvium (Holocene) at surface, covers 10 % of this area. WOODWARD- Lenticular and interfingering deposits of gravel, sand, silt, and clay. Generally light-tan to gray. Thickness along major streams ranges up to 100 feet and probably averages 40 feet; along minor streams the thickness ranges up to 45 feet and probably averages 20 feet.

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Oklahoma geologic map data

Oklahoma geologic map data A GIS database of geologic units and structural features in Oklahoma, with lithology, age, data structure, and format

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Industry Contributed Fault Map of Oklahoma

1. Identify significant subsurface and surface faults within Oklahoma. Particularly of in-terest in this effort was the contribution of faults in lower stratigraphic units, because most of the seismicity within Oklahoma is occurring below sedimentary units in

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Oklahoma Geological Survey

New Oklahoma graptolite discovery Vol. 14, no.12,p.166 Oklahoma subsurface stratigraphic names Vol. 14, no.12, p.167-222 Up from the ground Vol. 15, no.1, p.1-8 Dolese company opens new sand plant in Logan County Vol. 15, no.2, p.11-12 The mineral industries of Oklahoma in 1953 Vol. 15, no.2-3, p.13-31 Mineral production in Oklahoma in 1954

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Guidebooks University of Oklahoma

Stratigraphic and structural evolution of the Ouachita Mountains and Arkoma basin, southeastern Oklahoma and west-central Arkansas: applications to petroleum exploration, by Neil H. Suneson, Ibrahim Çemen, Dennis R. Kerr, Michael T. Roberts, Roger M. Slatt, and Charles G. Stone. 128 pages, 104 figures, 9 tables, 3 plates. 2005.

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KGS--Subsurface Geology 9--Stratigraphic distribution of

It continues to thicken southward into Oklahoma where it is divided into several different stratigraphic units (Ireland, 1965). Locally anomalous thicknesses of Simpson rocks in eastern Kansas in which the unit is in excess of 400 ft thick (125 m) are attributed to sinkholes developed in the underlying Arbuckle Group carbonate rocks (Leatherock

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A subsurface stratigraphic study of the Pennsylvanian

Subsurface stratigraphic study of the Pennsylvanian system in the Marietta Basin of south central Oklahoma and north central Texas. 1961 (OCoLC)609036157: Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript: Document Type: Book, Archival Material: All Authors / Contributors: Philip Herald Stark

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Subsurface Sequence Stratigraphy and Reservoir

There has been considerable debate surrounding the sequence stratigraphic interpretations, depositional models, and formation names applied to the reservoir intervals within the subsurface. Another major issue with regard to the subsurface is the stratigraphic position and origin of tripolitic chert development.

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(PDF) Outcrop to Subsurface Reservoir Characterization of

Outcrop to Subsurface Reservoir Characterization of the Mississippian Sycamore/Meramec Play in the SCOOP Area, Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, USA

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Ages of Subsurface Stratigraphic Intervals in the

Ages of Subsurface Stratigraphic Intervals in the Quaternary of Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands Volume 23 Issue 1 B. J. Szabo, J. I. Tracey, E. R. Goter

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Regional Subsurface Stratigraphy and Structure of Florida

A tentative correlation of the Florida subsurface stratigraphic section with that of Texas is also made. Five new local names are introduced for the peninsular subsurface stratigraphic units discussed in this paper. The definitions of the stratigraphic units are graphically shown by the logs of 21 wells setting forth the important lithologic

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KGS--Subsurface Geology 6--Harris--Stratigraphy of the

Most of the coal beds and other stratigraphic markers are present and are traceable in the subsurface for at least 22 mi (35 km) along the strike. Figure 2--Location of cores and well logs used in stratigraphic cross sections. Figure 3--Summary of stratigraphic correlations observed in 24 continuous cores in Cherokee and Crawford counties, Kansas.

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GEOLOGY OF THE BRISTOW QUADRANGLE CREEK COUNTY,

COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, WITH REFERENCE TO PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS By A. E. FATH INTRODUCTION The Bristow quadrangle, in Creek County, Okla., embraces a large part of the area lying between two of Oklahoma's greatest oil fields, the Gushing and Glenn. (See PL I.) Prior to July, 1915,

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Stratigraphy Kansas Geological Survey

Older established names were retained with some redefinition, and new names were introduced to complete the classification. Because of paleontological changes at the top of the Seville limestone (Kansas) or Inola limestone (Oklahoma), two substages, the Ventran and Cygnian, were adopted as time-stratigraphic divisions of the Desmoinesian.

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