4 edition of Geology and mineral resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator quadrangles found in the catalog.
in Urbana, Ill
Written in English
|Other titles||Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator quadrangles.|
|Statement||by H. B. Willman and J. Norman Payne, with an introduction to mineral resources by W. H. Voskuil ... Printed by authority of the state of Illinois.|
|Contributions||Payne, James Norman., Voskuil, Walter Henry, 1892-|
|LC Classifications||QE105 .A16 no. 66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||gs 43000016|
Report on the geology and natural resources of the area included in the map of the city of Ottawa and vicinity [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: S.E. Dawson, ), by R. W. Ells, Henri Marc Ami, and Geological Survey of Canada (page images at HathiTrust). The text file describes the map units, a discussion of the quadrangle's geologic history, and an assessment of the quadrangle's geologic hazards and resources. Data is contained in three folders: "Map, " "Table, " and "Text" for each portion of the project. A "Photography" folder was added to the directory for Eugene East and Eugene West.
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Geology and Mineral Resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator Quadrangles with an Introduction to Mineral Resources,Bulletin, Number Text and Separate Map Case with 29 plates.
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(Harold Bowen), Geology and mineral resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator quadrangles. Geological and Mineral Resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator Quadrangles Including All 29 Maps in a Separate Slipcase (Illinois State Geological Survey, Bulletin No 66) [H.B.
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Willman, J. Norman Payne. Based on the description of the soil given in the soil survey book the parent material wasGeology and Mineral Resources of the Marseilles, • Ottawa and Streator Quadrangles: Illinois Geological Survey Bulle p.
Survey Map. Scale. Blessed by abundant mineral resources, LaSalle County's settlers used coal they dug from outcroppings. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator Quadrangles.
Urbana, IL: State Geological Survey,pages ) 5. (The White Cliffs of Ottawa, Illinois State Geological Survey, published 6/23/, page 12).
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Illinois Bulletin Geology and Mineral Resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator Quadrangles: H. Willman and J. Norman Payne. Introduction to Mineral Resources: W.
Voskuil. 10×7″, p., figs., 14 tables. ** Set of 29 companion maps not here, but they are still in. A CONTRIBUTION TO ECONOMIC GEOLOGY GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE GASQUET QUADRANGLE, CALIFORNIA-OREGON By FRED W.
CATER, JR., and FRANCIS G. WELLS i ABSTRACT > The Gasquet quadrangle is in the sparsely settled mountains of northwestern- most California.
The maximum relief is nearly 5, feet, altitudes rangingCited by: Full text of "Geology and mineral resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator quadrangles" See other formats. "Geology and Mineral Resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator Quadrangles," Illinois Geological Survey Bulle Willman, H.
" High-Purity Dolomite in Illinois, " Illinois Geological Survey Report Inv. 90, Willman, H. B., and J. Payne, 19^2, Geology and mineral resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator Quadrangles: Illinois Geol.
Survey Bull. Printed by Authority of the State of Illinois Illinois State Geological Survey Environmental Geology Note 16 p., 8 figs., copies, ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY NOTES SERIES Controlled.
Het Bureau 2: Vuile handen by J. Voskuil and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The McLeansboro Group extends into Indiana, and is equivalent to all but the lowest part of the Sturgis Formation of Kentucky.
WILLMAN, H. B., and J. PAYNE,Geology and mineral resources of the Marseilles, Ottawa, and Streator Quadrangles: Illinois State Geological Survey Bulle p. ISGS Codes. Stratigraphic Code Geo Unit. The geology was mapped on aerial photographs and transferred to the topographic maps of the minute ,scale Rogers Lake and Kramer quadrangles issued in These quadrangle maps were revised in and reissued in The igneous Cited by: 4.
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