Hydrologic atlases to download

at this time, not all oversized plates and separate maps are included

   
The Hydrologic Atlas series is the result of a cooperative investigation program between the Oklahoma Geological Susrvey and the U.S. Geological Survey foro the State of Oklahoma. The atlases are designed to provide reconnaissance appraisals on water resources of the State, exclusive of the Panhandle.
 
HA1
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Fort Smith quadrangle, east-central Oklahoma, by Melvin V. Marcher. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), scale 1:250,000. 1969; 2nd printing, 1988. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA2
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Tulsa quadrangle, northeastern Oklahoma, by Melvin V. Marcher and Roy H. Bingham. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), scale 1:250,000. 1971; 2nd printing, 1989. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA3
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Ard­more and Sherman quadrangles, southern Oklahoma, by Donald L. Hart, Jr. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1974; 2nd printing, 1983. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA4
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Oklahoma City quadrangle, central Oklahoma, by Roy H. Bingham and Robert L. Moore. Geologic map only at a scale of 1:250,000. 1975; 2nd printing, 1983; 3rd printing, 1991; 4th printing, 2004. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA5
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Clinton quadrangle, west-central Oklahoma, by Jerry E. Carr and DeRoy L. Bergman. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1976. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA6
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Lawton quadrangle, soutwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1977. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA7
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Enid quadrangle, north-central Oklahoma, by Roy H. Bingham and DeRoy L. Bergman. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1980. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA8
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Woodward quadrangle, northwestern Oklahoma, by R. B. Morton. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1980. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA9
Reconnaissance of the water resources of the McAlester and Texarkana quadrangles, southeastern Oklahoma, by Melvin V. Marcher and DeRoy L. Bergman. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1983. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
HA223
Base of fresh ground water in southern Oklahoma, by Donald L. Hart, Jr. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Corporation Commission and Oklahoma Water Resources Board. 1 map of south­western Oklahoma and 1 map of southern Oklahoma at a scale of 1:250,000. 1966. (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
HA250
Availability of ground water in Texas County, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and D. L. Hart, Jr. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Water Resources Board. Set of 3 maps at a scale of 1:125,000. 1967. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3)
HA373
Reconnaissance of the ground-water resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by D. B. Sapik and R. L. Goemaat. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Water Resources Board. Set of 3 maps at a scale of 1:125,000. 1973. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3)
HA450
Reconnaissance of the water resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by R. B. Morton and R. L. Goemaat. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Water Resources Board. Set of 3 maps at a scale of 1:125,000. 1973.(Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3)

 

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