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Circular 1
The Oklahoma Geological Survey, its origin, scope and purposes, by Chas. N. Gould and L. L. Hutchison. 1908. 12 pages.
Circular 2
Brief statement of the geological history of Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould. 1911. 16 pages, 1 plate (geologic map).
Circular 3
Oklahoma among the southern states, by Chas. N. Gould. 1911. 15 pages.
Circular 4
The trees and shrubs of Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon. 1913. 41 pages.
Circular 5
Rock asphalts of Oklahoma and their use in paving, by L. C. Snider. 1913. 22 pages, 7 figures.
Circular 6
Animal and plant life in Oklahoma. 1917. 68 pages, 1 plate.
Circular 7
Correlation of the Oil Sands in Oklahoma, by Fritz Aurin. 1917. 16 pages, 1 plate (correlation chart).
Circular 8
Methods of Exploring for Oil and Gas, by George E. Burton. 1917. 20 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.
Circular 9
The Sycamore limestone, by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 27 pages, 4 figures, 5 plates (including geologic map).
Circular 10
A Siluro-Devonian Oil Horizon in Southern Oklahoma, by Geo. D. Morgan. 1922. 13 pages.
Circular 11
Arkose of the northern Arbuckle area, by Geo. D. Morgan. 1922
Circular 12
Stratigraphic position of the Franks and Seminole formations of Oklahoma, by Geo. D. Morgan. 1923. 17 pages, 1 plate.
Circular 13
The Permian of western Oklahoma and the Panhandle of Texas, by Chas. N. Gould and Frank E. Lewis. 1926. 29 pages, 2 plates, 3 tables.
Circular 14
The Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by Chester A. Reeds. 1927. 15 pages, 11 figures, (including geologic map).
Circular 15
Physical characteristics of the Arbuckle limestone, by Charles E. Decker and Clifford A. Merritt. 1928. 56 pages, 2 figiures, 5 plates.
Circular 16
Oklahoma, the geologists' laboratory, by Chas. N. Gould. 1927. 16 pages, 7 plates.
Circular 17
Preliminary report on road materials of western Oklahoma, by O. F. Evans. 1928. 19 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate.
Circular 18
A comparative faunal chart of the Mississippian and Morrow formations of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Robert Roth. 1929. 16 pages, 1 figure, 2 charts.
Circular 19
Accelerated weathering properties of Oklahoma asphalts, by Paul G. Shelley. 1929. 37 pages, 1 figure, 5 plates, 3 tables.
Circular 20
Native Road Materials and Highway Maintenance, by N.E. Wolfard, 1929. 42 pages, 2 figures, 12 plates.
Circular 21
Foraminifera from the Atoka formation of Oklahoma, by J. J. Galloway and Charles R Yniker. 1030. 37 pages, 5 plates.
Circular 22
Progress report on the classification of the Timbered Hills and Arbuckle groups of rocks, Arbuckle and Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma, by Charles E. Decker. 1939. 62 pages, 1 figure, 5 plates (including geologic map), 1 table.
Circular 23
Barite in Oklahoma, by William E. Ham and C. A. Merritt. 1944. 42 pages, 2 figures, 4 plates.
Circular 24
Broken Arrow coal and associated strata, western Rogers, Wagoner, and Southeastern Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes. 1944. 40 pages 2 plates (including geologic mpa).
Circular 25
Fluoride removal from drinking water, by A. L. Burwell, L. C. Case, and C. H. Goodnight. 1945. 41 pages, 4 figures, 1 plate.
Circular 26
Geology and dolomite resources, Mill Creek-Ravia area, Johnston County, by William E. Ham. 1949. 104 pages, 4 figures, 12 plates, 7 tables, geologic map.
Circular 27
Cellular products from Oklahoma volcanic ash, by A. L. Burwell, with a section on geology and petrology, by William E. Ham. 1949. 89 pages, 7 figures, 10 plates, 13 tables.
Circular 28
Ground-water resources of the Arkansas River flood plain near Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff and Edwin W. Reed. 1951. 55 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates, 7 tables.
Circular 29
Mineral production of Oklahoma 1855–1949, by Phyllis Dale and J. O. Beach. 1951. 42 pages, 4 figures.
Circular 30
Ilmenite in alluvial sands of the Wichita Mountain system, Oklahoma, by Gerald W. Chase. 1952. 44 pages, 10 figures, 2 plates.
Circular 31
Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma, by R. D. Alexander. 58 pages, 4 plates. 1954. Paperbound.
Circular 32
Pennsylvanian plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal in Oklahoma, by L. R. Wilson and William S. Hoffmeister. 1956. 57 pages, 4 figures, 5 plates.
Circular 33
General and economic geology of the Baum limestone, Ravia-Mannsville area, Oklahoma, by John Rex Wayland and W. E. Ham. 44 pages, 9 plates (including color geologic map). 1955. Paperbound. (Plate 1)
Circular 34
Geology of the core of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, by William D. Pitt. 1955. 34 pages, 15 figures, 1 plate (geologic map), 1 table.
Circular 35
Post-Boone outliers of northeastern Oklahoma, by R. C. Slocum. 44 pages, 8 color maps. 1955. Paperbound..
Circular 36
Spores of McAlester-Stigler Coal, by Janes Leland Morgan. November 1955. 56 pages, 3 figiures, 3 plates, 1 table.
Circular 37
A new Pleistocene fauna from Harper County, Oklahoma, by Dwight W. Taylor and Claude W. Hibbard. 23 pages, 1 figure. 1955. Paperbound.
Circular 38
Catalog of fossils from the Hunton group, Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. June 1956.
Circular 39
Chester Foraminifera and Ostracoda from the Ringwood pool of Oklahoma, by R. W. Harris. 41 pages, 4 plates. 1956. Cloth­bound.
Circular 40
Geology of northeastern Osage County, Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. 76 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates. 1956. Paperbound. (Plate 1)
Circular 41
Two measured sections of Jackfork group in southeastern Oklahoma, by L. M. Cline and Frank Moretti. 1956. 20 pages.
Circular 42
Geology and gypsum resources of the Carter area, Oklahoma, by George L. Scott, Jr., and William E. Ham. 64 pages, 5 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates (including color geologic map). 1957. Paperbound. (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
Circular 43
Catalog of fossils from the Middle and Upper Ordovician of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. 1957. 41 pages.
Circular 44
Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton Group in the Arbuckle Mountain region. Part I, Introduction to stratigraphy, by Thomas W. Amsden. 57 pages, 3 plates, 6 figures. 1957. Paperbound
Circular 45
A Pliocene vertebrate fauna from Ellis County, Oklahoma, by D. B. Kitts. 27 pages, 1 plate. 1957. Paperbound,
Circular 46
Chesterian and Morrowan rocks in the McAlester basin of Oklahoma, by Richard B. Laudon. 1958. 30 pages, 14 figures.
Circular 47
Atoka formation on the north side of the McAlester Basin, by Jack G. Blythe. 1959. 74 pages, 24 figures.
Circular 48
Cenozoic geology of northern Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, by D. B. Kitts; and A Pliocene vertebrate fauna from Roger Mills County, by D. B. Kitts and Craig C. Black. 48 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate. 1959. Paperbound.
Circular 49
Permian plant microfossils from the Flowerpot Formation, Greer County, Oklahoma, by L. R. Wilson. 50 pages, 2 figures, 3 color plates. 1962
Circular 50
Geology of northern Latimer County, Oklahoma, by Dearl T. Russell. 1960. 57 pages, 12 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).
Circular 51
Geology of the Cavanal syncline, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by Philip K. Webb. May 1960. 65 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate (geologic map).
Circular 52
Type section of the Caney shale, by M. K. Elias and C. C. Branson. 24 pages, 2 figures. 1959. Paperbound.
Circular 53
Geology of the Featherston area, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by Robert E. Vanderpool. 1960. 36 pages, 10 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).
Circular 54
Coal mining and landscape moditication in Oklahoma, by Arthur H. Doerr. 1961. 48 pages, 13 figures.
Circular 55
The genus Paragassizocrinus in Oklahoma, by H. L. Strimple. 37 pages, 3 plates, 2 figures. 1960.
Circular 56
Pollen and spores from the Permian deposits of the Cherdyn’ and Aktyubinsk areas, Cis-Urals, by S. R. Samoilovich. Translated from the Russian by M. K. Elias. 103 pages, 17 plates. 1961.
Circular 57
Geology of northeastern Cherokee County, Oklahoma, by John M. Starke, Jr. 1961. 62 pages, 16 figures, 1 plate (geologic map) (Plate 1)
Circular 58
Correlation of Paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas, by Sherwood E. Frezon. 54 pages, 2 plates, 1 figure. 1962. (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
Circular 59
Permian vertebrates from Oklahoma and Texas.Part I. Vertebrates from the Flowerpot Formation, Permian of Oklahoma, by Everett C. Olson and Herbert Harghusen. Part II. The osteology of Captorhinikos chozaensis Olson , by Everett C. Olson. 1962. 68 pages, 15 figures, 3 plates, 7 tables.
Circular 60
Crinoids from the Oologah Limestone Formation, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by Harrell L. Strimple. 75 pages, 9 plates. 1962.
Circular 61
Ground-water resources of the Rush Springs Sandstone in the Caddo County area, Oklahoma, by Harry H. Tanaka and Leon V. Davis. 1963. 63 pages, 11 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 10 tables. (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
Circular 62
Petroleum Geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Patrick H. Clare. February 1963. 62 pages, 4 figures, 2 plates, 10 tables. (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
Circular 63
Geology and petroleum of Love County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology of Love County, by E. A. Frederlekson and R. H. Redman. Part II. Petroleum geology of Love County, by Jerome M. Westheimer. December 1965. 91 pages, 29 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map). (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
Circular 64
Copper in the Flowerpot Shale (Permian) of the Creta area, Jackson County, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham and Kenneth S. Johnson. 1964. 32 pages, 10 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables. (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
Circular 65
Geology of the western part of Winding Stair Range, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by L. D. Fellows. 1964. 102 pages, 29 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).
Circular 66
Chitons from the Kindblade Formation (Lower Ordovician), Arbuckle Mountains, southern Oklahoma, by Allyn G. Smith and Donald F. Toomey. 41 pages, 2 figures, 8 plates. 1964.
Circular 67
The ammonoid family Girtyoceratidae in the southern Midcontinent, by J. A. McCaleb, J. H. Quinn, and W. M. Furnish. 41 pages, 8 figures, 4 plates. 1964.
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Geology of northern Adair County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, Jackson M. Langton, and James H. Hancock, Jr. 50 pages, 21 figures, 1 plate. 1966.
Circular 69
Geology of the Cenozoic rocks of Ellis County, Oklahoma, by David B. Kitts. 30 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate. 1965.
Circular 70
New Permian vertebrates from the Chickasha Formation in Oklahoma, by Everett C. Olson. December 1965. 70 pages, 1 plate (geologic map).
Circular 71
Ground-water resources in Cleveland and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and L. C. Burton. 75 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates, 9 tables. 1968. (plate 1) (plate 2)
Circular 72
Studies of Pennsylvanian Corals in Oklahoma, by Charles L. Rowett and J. M. Cocke, 1966. 58 pages, 2 figures, 3 plates, 2 tables.
Circular 73
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Circular 74
Early Permian vertebrates of Oklahoma, by Everett C. Olson. December 1967.111 pages, 23 figures, 3 plates.
Circular 75
Geology of the eastern part of the Lynn Mountain syncline, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by Garrett Briggs. 34 pages, 13 figures, 1 plate (color geologic map by Garrett Briggs and Donald L. Smith). 1973. Paperbound.
Circular 76
Shale and carbonate-rock resources of Osage County, Oklahoma, by William H. Bellis and T. L. Rowland. 50 pages, 18 figures, 1 color map panel. 1976. Clothbound, $5.50; Paperbound.
Circular 77
Stratiform copper deposits of the Midcontinent region, a symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson and Rosemary L. Croy, editors). Proceedings of a symposium held March 8, 1974, at the South-Central Section meeting of the Geological Society of America in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 99 pages, 13 contributions. 1977. Paperbound.
Circular 78
Calceocrinids from the Bromide Formation (Middle Ordovician) of southern Oklahoma, by James C. Brower. 27 pages, 2 text-figures, 4 plates, 3 tables. 1977. Paperbound.
Circular 79
Proceedings of Thirteenth Annual Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals (Kenneth S. Johnson and Judy A. Russell, editors). Proceedings of a meeting held May 12–14, 1977, in Norman, Oklahoma. 107 pages, 16 contributions. 1979. Paperbound.
Circular 80
Disposal of industrial wastes in Oklahoma. Part I, Introduction, by Kenneth S. Johnson, Kenneth V. Luza, and John F. Roberts. Part II, Surface disposal of industrial wastes in Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson and Kenneth V. Luza. Part III, Subsurface disposal of industrial wastes in Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson and John F. Roberts. 82 pages, 32 figures, 1 plate, 16 tables. 1980. Paperbound, $5.00.
Circular 81
Geohydrology of the Antlers aquifer (Cretaceous), southeastern Oklahoma, by D. L. Hart, Jr., and R. E. Davis. 33 pages, 10 figures, 1 plate, 6 tables. 1981. Clothbound, $9.00; paperbound, $5.00.
Circular 82
Chemical quality of water in abandoned zinc mines in northeastern Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas, by S. J. Playton, R. E. David, and R. G. McClaflin. 49 pages, 13 figures, 19 tables. 1981. Clothbound, $9.00; paperbound, $5.00.
Circular 83
Paleoenvironment of Fitzhugh Member of Clarita Formation (Silurian, Wenlockian), southern Oklahoma, by T. W. Amsden, D. F. Toomey, and J. E. Barrick. 54 pages, 21 figures, 7 plates, 3 tables. 1981. Paperbound, $5.00.
Circular 84
Basement rocks in northeastern Oklahoma, by R. E. Denison. 84 pages, 7 figures, 4 plates, 5 tables. 1982. Paperbound, $8.00. (plate 1)
Circular 85
Reconnaissance of ground water in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. 13 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate (color geologic map), 1 table. 1983. Clothbound, $10.00; paperbound, $6.00.
Circular 86
Copper deposits in Sheep Pen Sandstone (Triassic) in Cimarron County, Oklahoma, and adjacent parts of Colorado and New Mexico, by Robert O. Fay. 24 pages, 22 figures, 1 plate, 1 table. 1983. Clothbound, $12.00; paperbound, $8.00.
Circular 87
Geohydrology of the Vamoosa–Ada aquifer, east-central Oklahoma, by Joseph J. D’Lugosz, Roger G. McClaflin, and Melvin V. Marcher. 42 pages, 3 figures, 3 plates, 7 tables. 1986. (plate 1) (plate 2) (plate 3)
Circular 88
Stability problems associated with abandoned underground mines in the Picher field, northeastern Oklahoma, by Kenneth V. Luza. 113 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates, 8 tables. 1986. (plate 1) (plate 2) (plate 3)
Circular 89
Effects of brine on the chemical quality of water in parts of Creek, Lincoln, Okfuskee, Payne, Pottawatomie, and Seminole Counties, Oklahoma, by Robert B. Morton. 38 pages, 10 figures, 1 plate, 5 tables. 1986.
Circular 90
Anadarko basin symposium, 1988 (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held April 5–6, 1988, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and the U.S. Geological Survey. 289 pages, 35 contributions. 1989; 2nd printing, 1991.
Circular 91
Hydrology of the Arbuckle Mountains area, south-central Oklahoma, by Roy W. Fairchild, Ronald L. Hanson, and Robert E. Davis. 112 pages, 29 figures, 2 plates, 20 tables. 1990. Paperbound, $13.00. (plate 1) (plate 2)
Circular 92
Late Cambrian–Ordovician geology of the southern Midcontinent, 1989 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held October 18–19, 1989, in Norman, Oklahoma. 22227 pages, 31 contributions. 1991.
Circular 93
Source rocks in the southern Midcontinent, 1990 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson and Brian J. Cardott, editors). Proceedings of a symposium held February 6–7, 1990, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 352 pages, 33 contributions. 1992.
Circular 94
Recent advances in Middle Carboniferous biostratigraphy—a symposium (Patrick K. Sutherland and Walter L. Manger, editors). Proceedings of a symposium held March 5, 1990, in Stillwater, Oklahoma, at the South-Central Section meeting of the Geological Society of America. 181 pages, 12 papers. 1992.
Circular 95
Petroleum-reservoir geology in the southern Midcontinent, 1991 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson and Jock A. Campbell, editors). Proceedings of a symposium held March 26–27, 1991, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 267 pages, 33 contributions.
Circular 96
Geohydrology and water quality of the Roubidoux aquifer, northeastern Oklahoma, by Scott C. Christenson, David L. Park­hurst, and Roy W. Fairchild. 70 pages, 22 figures, 4 tables. 1994. Paperbound, $4.00.
Circular 97
Structural styles in the southern Midcontinent, 1992 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held March 31–April 1, 1992, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 300 pages, 34 contributions. 1995; 2nd printing, 1999. Paperbound, $10.00.
Circular 98
Deltaic reservoirs in the southern Midcontinent, 1993 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held March 23–24, 1993, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy.
Circular 99
Simpson and Viola Groups in the southern Midcontinent, 1994 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held March 29–30, 1994, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 275 pages, 30 contributions. 1997.
Circular 100
Ames Structure in Northwest Oklahoma and Similar Features: Origin and Petroleum Production (1995 Symposium) (Kenneth S. Johnson and Jock A. Campbell, editors). Proceedings of a symposium held March 28–29, 1995, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 359 pages, 37 contributions. 2000. Paperbound.
Circular 101
Platform Carbonates in the Southern Midcontinent, 1996 Symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proeedings of a Symposium held March 26–27, 1996, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 359 pages, 37 contributions. 2000. Paperbound.
Circular 102 Proceedings of the 34th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals 1998 (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedingsof a Meeting held May 2–6, 1998, in Norman, Oklahoma, hosted by the Oklahoma Geological Survey. 364 pages, 50 contributions. 1999. Paperbound.
Circular 103 Marine Clastics in the Southern Midcontinent, 1997 Symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a Symposium held March 25–26, 1997, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 210 pages, 32 contributions. 2000. Paperbound.
Circular 104 Pennsylvanian and Permian Geology and Petroleum in the Southern Midcontinent, 1998 Symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a Symposum held April 7–8, 1998, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 233 pages, 30 contributions. 2001.
Circular 105 Silurian, Devonian, and Mississippian geology and petroleum in the southern Midcontinent, 1999 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held March 23–24, 1999, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 179 pages, 26 contributions. 2001.
Circular 106 Petroleum systems of sedimentary basins in the southern Midcontinent, 2000 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson and Daniel F. Merriam, editors). Proceedings of a symposium held March 28–29, 2000, in Oklahoma City; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 198 pages, 26 contributions. 2001.
Circular 107 Revisiting old and assessing new petroleum plays in the southern Midcontinent, 2001 symposium (Brian J. Cardott, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held May 8–9, 2001, in Oklahoma City; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 183 pages, 20 contributions. 2002. Paperbound.
Circular 108 Finding and producing Cherokee reservoirs in the southern Midcontinent, 2002 symposium (Dan T. Boyd, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held May 14–15, 2002, in Oklahoma City; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 245 pages, 30 contributions. 2002. Paperbound.
Circular 109 Evaporite karst and engineering/environmental problems in the United States (Kenneth S. Johnson and James T. Neal, editors). Based on a Geological Society of America theme session held October 28, 2002, in Denver; published in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey and National Cave and Karst Research Institute—National Park Service. 353 pages, 33 contributions. 2003.
Circular 110 Unconventional energy resources in the southern Midcontinent, 2004 symposium (Brian J. Cardott, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held March 9–10, 2004, in Oklahoma City; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 133 pages, 20 contributions. 2005.
Circular 111 Morrow and Springer in the Southern Midcontinent, 2005 Symposium. Richard D. Andrews, Editor. 155 pages. 2009.
Circular 112A Stratigraphic and Structural Evolution of the Ouachita Mountains and Arkoma Basin, Southeastern Oklahoma and West-Central Arkansas: Applications to Petroleum Exploration: 2004 Field Symposium. The Arbenz-Misch/Oles Volume. Neil H. Suneson, Editor. 86 pages, 9 plates. 2008.
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Circular 112B Stratigraphic and Structural Evolution of the Ouachita Mountains and Arkoma Basin, Southeastern Okalhoma dn West-Central Arkansas: Application to Petroleum Explorations: 2004 Field Symposium. Technical Papers. Neil H. Suneson, Ibrahim Cemen, and Roger M. Slatt, Editors. 163 pages, 2 plates. 2009. (plate 1) (plate 2)

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