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Many Oklahoma Geological Survey documents are available for free download. In the search box below, you can search by type of publication as well as by keyword. In addition to its publications, the OGS maintains an extensive collection of open-file information mostly in the form of well records and unpublished reports and maps. The Publication Sales Office is also the contact point for OPIC-related activities.

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Bulletin 1Preliminary report on the mineral resources of Oklahoma, by C. N. Gould, L. L. Hutchison, and G. Nelson. 1908. 88 pages, 11 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 10The glass sands - Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1913. 91 pages, 3 figures, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 10 Plate 1Plate 1 for The glass sands - Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1913. 91 pages, 3 figures, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 100Crinoids of the Hunton Group (Devonian-Silurian) of Oklahoma, by H. L. Strimple. August 14, 1963. 169 pages, 30 figures, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 101Structure and stratigraphy of the Rich Mountain area, Oklahoma and Arkansas, by D. R. Seely. December 13, 1963. 168 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 101, Plate 1Structure and stratigraphy of the Rich Mountain area, Oklahoma and Arkansas, by D. R. Seely. December 13, 1963. 168 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 101, Plate 2Structure and stratigraphy of the Rich Mountain area, Oklahoma and Arkansas, by D. R. Seely. December 13, 1963. 168 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 102Permian salt and associated evaporites in the Anadarko basin of the western Oklahoma-Texas Panhandle region, by Louise Jordan and David L. Vosburg. October 10, 1963. 76 pages, 13 figures, 3 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 102 Plate IIPlate II for Permian salt and associated evaporites in the Anadarko basin of the western Oklahoma-Texas Panhandle region, by Louise Jordan and David L. Vosburg. October 10, 1963. 76 pages, 13 figures, 3 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 102 Plate IIIPlate III for Permian salt and associated evaporites in the Anadarko basin of the western Oklahoma-Texas Panhandle region, by Louise Jordan and David L. Vosburg. October 10, 1963. 76 pages, 13 figures, 3 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 103Geology of the eastern part of Winding Stair Range, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by O. D. Hart. December 14, 1963. 87 pages, 15 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Bulletin
Bulletin 104Biostratigraphy and rugose corals of the Lower Pennsylvanian Wapanucka Formation in Oklahoma, by Charles L. Rowett and Patrick K. Sutherland. March 3, 1964. 124 pages, 13 figures, 9 plates, 12 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 105Silurian stratigraphy of northeastern Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden and T. L. Rowland. February 27, 1965. 174 pages, 19 figures, 20 plates (Including 2 geologic maps).Bulletin
Bulletin 106Geology and mineral resources of Woods County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay. December 29, 1965. 189 pages, 40 figures, 4 plates in separate folder (including geologic map), 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 106 Plate I (1)Plate 1 (1) for Geology and mineral resources of Woods County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay. December 29, 1965. 189 pages, 40 figures, 4 plates in separate folder (including geologic map), 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 106 Plate I (2)Plate I (2) Geology and mineral resources of Woods County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay. December 29, 1965. 189 pages, 40 figures, 4 plates in separate folder (including geologic map), 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 106 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Woods County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay. December 29, 1965. 189 pages, 40 figures, 4 plates in separate folder (including geologic map), 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 107Petrology of the Hogshooter Formation (Missourian), Washington and Nowata Counties, Oklahoma, by William R. Cronoble and Charles J. Mankin. February 26, 1965. 148 pages, 9 figures, 5 plates, 8 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 108Ostracodes of the Henryhouse Formation (Silurian) in Oklahoma, by Robert F. Lundin. May 3, 1965. 104 pages, 45 figures, 18 plates, 16 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 109Rugose corals of the Henryhouse Formation (Silurian) in Oklahoma, by Patrick K. Sutherland. December 30, 1965. 92 pages, 26 figures, 34 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 11The gypsum and salt - Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1913. 214 pages, 67 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 110Late Cambrian and earliest Ordovician trilobites, Timbered Hills and lower Arbuckle Groups, western Arbuckle Mountains, Murray County, Oklahoma, by James H. Stitt. August 2, 1971. 83 pages, 5 figures, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 111Geology and petroleum of McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology and mineral resources of McIntosh County, by Malcolm C. Oakes and others. Part II. Petroleum geology of McIntosh County, by Terry Koontz. July 20, 1967. 88 pages, 13 figures, 4 plates (Including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 111 Plate IPlate I for Geology and petroleum of McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology and mineral resources of McIntosh County, by Malcolm C. Oakes and others. Part II. Petroleum geology of McIntosh County, by Terry Koontz. July 20, 1967. 88 pages, 13 figures, 4 plates (Including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 111 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and petroleum of McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology and mineral resources of McIntosh County, by Malcolm C. Oakes and others. Part II. Petroleum geology of McIntosh County, by Terry Koontz. July 20, 1967. 88 pages, 13 figures, 4 plates (Including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 111 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and petroleum of McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology and mineral resources of McIntosh County, by Malcolm C. Oakes and others. Part II. Petroleum geology of McIntosh County, by Terry Koontz. July 20, 1967. 88 pages, 13 figures, 4 plates (Including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 111 Plate IVPlate IV for Geology and petroleum of McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology and mineral resources of McIntosh County, by Malcolm C. Oakes and others. Part II. Petroleum geology of McIntosh County, by Terry Koontz. July 20, 1967. 88 pages, 13 figures, 4 plates (Including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 112Palynology of the Red Branch Member of the Woodbine Formation (Cenomanian), Bryan County, Oklahoma, by Richard Hedlund. October 14, 1966. 69 pages, 1 figure, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 113Pennsylvanian fusulinids in the Ardmore basin, Love and Carter Counties, Oklahoma, by Dwight E. Waddell. December 12, 1966. 128 pages, 11 figures, 13 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 114Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Custer County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay and D. L. Hart, Jr. Part 1. Stratigraphy and general geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 2. Economic geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 3. Ground water in Custer County, by D. L. Hart, Jr. December 1978. 88 pages, 53 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 114 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Custer County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay and D. L. Hart, Jr. Part 1. Stratigraphy and general geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 2. Economic geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 3. Ground water in Custer County, by D. L. Hart, Jr. December 1978. 88 pages, 53 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 114 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Custer County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay and D. L. Hart, Jr. Part 1. Stratigraphy and general geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 2. Economic geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 3. Ground water in Custer County, by D. L. Hart, Jr. December 1978. 88 pages, 53 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 114 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Custer County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay and D. L. Hart, Jr. Part 1. Stratigraphy and general geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 2. Economic geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 3. Ground water in Custer County, by D. L. Hart, Jr. December 1978. 88 pages, 53 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 115Trilobites of the. Henryhouse Formation (Silurian) in Oklahoma, by K. S. W. Campbell. November 16, 1967. 68 pages, 7 figures, 19 plates, 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 116Ostracodes of the Haragan Formation (Devonian) in Oklahoma, by Robert F. Lundin. December 26, 1968. 121 pages, 51 figures, 22 plates, 18 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 117Articulate brachiopods of the Viola Formation (Ordovician) in the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by Leonard P. Alberstadt. February 5, 1973. 90 pages, 38 figures, 9 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 118Models of sand and sandstone deposits: A methodology for determining sand genesis and trend, by John W. Shelton. October 2, 1973. 122 pages, 141 figures, 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 119Late Ordovician and Early Silurian articulate brachiopods from Oklahoma, southwestern Illinois, and eastern Missouri, by Thomas W. Amsden. February 5, 1975. 154 pages, 51 figures, 28 plates, 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 12Preliminary report on the geology - the Arbuckle and Wichita Mountains, by Joseph A. Taff. 1927. 95 pages, 1 figure, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 120Geology and mineral resources of Choctaw County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, P. P. Alfonsi, R. C. Dalton, Andres Duarte-Vivas, and E. L. Jeffries. October 2, 1975. 39 pages, 18 figures, 1 color plate (geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 121Hunton Group (Late Ordovician, Silurian, and Early Devonian) in the Anadarko basin of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. June 2, 1976. 214 pages, 41 figures, 15 plates, 11 color map panels.Bulletin
Bulletin 122Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes. September 19, 1977. 78 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates (including color geologic map).Bulletin
Bulletin 122 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes. September 19, 1977. 78 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates (including color geologic map).Bulletin
Bulletin 122 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes. September 19, 1977. 78 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates (including color geologic map).Bulletin
Bulletin 123Trilobites of the Haragan, Bois d' Are, and Frisco Formations (Early Devonian), Arbuckle Mountains region, Oklahoma, by K. S. W. Campbell. December 7, 1977. 227 pages, 36 figures, 40 plates, 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 124Late Cambrian and earliest Ordovician trilobites, Wichita Mountains area, Oklahoma, by James H. Stitt. April 21, 1977. 79 pages, 12 figures, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 125Articulate brachiopods of the Quarry Mountain Formation (Silurian), eastern Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. October 24, 1978. 75 pages, 22 figures, 13 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 126Geology and mineral resources of Bryan County, by George G. Huffman and others. April 1979. 108 pages, 49 figures, 1 plate (geologic map), 11 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 127Cranial anatomy of primitive captorhinid reptiles from the Late Pennsylvanian and Early Permian, Oklahoma and Texas, by Malcolm J. Heaton. July 1979. 84 pages, 34 figures, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 128Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, with a chapter on Petroleum, by John W. Shelton and William A. Jenkins, and a chapter on Water Resources, by Roy H. Bingham. February 1980. 66 pages, 45 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 128 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, with a chapter on Petroleum, by John W. Shelton and William A. Jenkins, and a chapter on Water Resources, by Roy H. Bingham. February 1980. 66 pages, 45 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 128 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, with a chapter on Petroleum, by John W. Shelton and William A. Jenkins, and a chapter on Water Resources, by Roy H. Bingham. February 1980. 66 pages, 45 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 128 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, with a chapter on Petroleum, by John W. Shelton and William A. Jenkins, and a chapter on Water Resources, by Roy H. Bingham. February 1980. 66 pages, 45 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 129Hunton Group (Late Ordovician, Silurian, and Early Devonian) in the Arkoma Basin of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. October 1980. 136 pages, 26 figures, 12 plates, 4 panels (maps).Bulletin
Bulletin 13Volcanic dust in Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 49 pages, 1 figure, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 130Plant microfossils from the Denton Shale Member of the Bokchito Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Albian) in southern Oklahoma, by F. H. Wingate. January 1981. 93 pages, 2 figures, 17 plates, 1 table.Bulletin
Bulletin 131Stratigraphic significance of limestones of the Marmaton Group (Pennsylvanian, Desmoinesian) in eastern Oklahoma, by George W. Krumme. August 1981. 67 pages, 40 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 132Upper Bromide Formation and Viola Group (Middle and Upper Ordovician) in eastern Oklahoma. Part I. Welling-Fite-Corbin Ranch strata, by Thomas W. Amsden. Part II. Conodont biostratigraphy of Fite Formation and Viola Group, by Walter C. Sweet. Part III. The Late Ordovician brachiopod genera Lepidocyclus and Hiscobeccus, by Thomas W. Amsden. January 28, 1983. 78 pages, 23 figures, 14 plates, 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 133Calcareous foraminifers and algae from the type Morrowan (Lower Pennsylvanian) region of northeastern Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas, by John R. Groves. July 29, 1983. 65 pages, 6 figures, 10 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 134Trilobites, biostratigraphy, and lithostratigraphy of the McKenzie Hill Limestone (Lower Ordovician), Wichita and Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by James H. Stitt. October 21, 1983. 54 pages, 7 figures, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 135Petroleum occurrences and source-rock potential of the Ouachita Mountains, southeastern Oklahoma, by Joseph A. Curiale. December 14, 1983. 65 pages, 55 figures, 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 136The Atokan Series (Pennsylvanian) and its boundaries-A symposium, Patrick K. Sutherland and Walter L. Manger, editors. December 12, 1984. Proceedings of a symposium held March 29, 1982, during the 16th annual meeting of GSA South-Central Section at Norman, Oklahoma, sponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and The University of Oklahoma. 15 papers, plus discussion, 198 pages, figures, plates, tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 137Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, John S. Ross, Arthur J. Garden, and James L. Franks. 92 pages, 46 figures, 4 plates, 1 table. 1985.Bulletin
Bulletin 137 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, John S. Ross, Arthur J. Garden, and James L. Franks. 92 pages, 46 figures, 4 plates, 1 table. 1985.Bulletin
Bulletin 137 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, John S. Ross, Arthur J. Garden, and James L. Franks. 92 pages, 46 figures, 4 plates, 1 table. 1985.Bulletin
Bulletin 137 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, John S. Ross, Arthur J. Garden, and James L. Franks. 92 pages, 46 figures, 4 plates, 1 table. 1985.Bulletin
Bulletin 137 Plate IVPlate IV for Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, John S. Ross, Arthur J. Garden, and James L. Franks. 92 pages, 46 figures, 4 plates, 1 table. 1985.Bulletin
Bulletin 138Brachiopods from the Turkey Creek limestone (Early Devonian), Marshall County, southern Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. 20 pages, 19 figures. 1985.Bulletin
Bulletin 139Late Ordovician-Early Silurian strata in the central United States and the Hirnantian Stage, by Thomas W. Amsden and James E. Barrick. 95 pages, 7 plates, 40 figures, 7 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 14Chemical analyses of Oklahoma mineral raw materials, by A. C. Shead, G. Y. Williams, and C. N. Gould. 1929. 138 pages. (Originally issued as University of Oklahoma Bulletin, New Series 423, Studies No. 32, December 1928.Bulletin
Bulletin 140Coal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 140 Plate VCoal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 140 Plate VIICoal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 140 Plate VIIICoal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 140 Plates I and IICoal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 140 Plates III and IVCoal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 140 Plates VICoal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1986.Bulletin
Bulletin 141Conodonts and conodont biostratigraphy of the McLish and Tulip Creek Formations (Middle Ordovician) of south-central Oklahoma, by Jeffrey A. Bauer. 58 pages, 8 text-figures, 5 plates, 2 tables. 1987.Bulletin
Bulletin 142Geology and mineral resources of Marshall County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, Kenneth F. Bridges, Robert W. Ganser, Alan M. Holtzman, Jr., and Michael L. Merritt. 126 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 9 tables. 1987.Bulletin
Bulletin 142 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Marshall County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, Kenneth F. Bridges, Robert W. Ganser, Alan M. Holtzman, Jr., and Michael L. Merritt. 126 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 9 tables. 1987.Bulletin
Bulletin 142 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Marshall County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, Kenneth F. Bridges, Robert W. Ganser, Alan M. Holtzman, Jr., and Michael L. Merritt. 126 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 9 tables. 1987.Bulletin
Bulletin 143Late Ordovician through Early Devonian annotated correlation chart and brachiopod range charts for the southern Midcontinent region, U.S.A., with a discussion of Silurian and Devonian conodont faunas, by Thomas W. Amsden and James E. Barrick. 66 pages, 15 figures, 7 plates. 1988.Bulletin
Bulletin 144Coal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate ICoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate IICoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate IIICoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate IVCoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate VCoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate VICoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate VIICoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 144 Plate VIIICoal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989.Bulletin
Bulletin 145Special papers in paleontology and stratigraphy: a tribute to Thomas W. Amsden (James R. Chaplin and James E. Barrick, editors). 235 pages, 10 papers. 1992.Bulletin
Bulletin 146First occurrence of Deinonychus antirrhopus (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Antlers Formation (Lower Cretaceous: Aptian-Albian) of Oklahoma, by Daniel L. Brinkman, Richard L. Cifelli, and Nicholas J. Czaplewski. 27 pages, 14 figures, 2 tables. 1998.Bulletin
Bulletin 147A synopsis of the Pleistocene vertebrates of Oklahoma, by Kent S. Smith and Richard L. Cifelli. 36 pages, 1 figure, 14 tables. 2000.Bulletin
Bulletin 148Organic-Walled Microphytoplankton of the Sylvan Shale (Richmondian: Upper Ordovician), Arbuckle Mountains, Southern Oklahoma, by Geoffrey Playford and Reed Wicander. 109 pages. 2006.Bulletin
Bulletin 149Trilobite Biostratigraphy and Correlation of the Kindblade Formation (Lower Ordovician) of Carter and Kiowa Counties, Oklahoma. 154 pages, 8 tables, 28 plates, 3 oversized in pocket. 2007.Bulletin
Bulletin 15Part 1. Director's biennial report to the Governor of Oklahoma. Part 2. Mineral production of Oklahoma from 1901 to 1911, by D. W. Ohern. 1912. 47 pages, 2 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 150Conodonts and conodont Biostratigraphy of the Joins and Oil Creek Formations, Arbuckle, South-Central Oklahoma. 44 pages. 2010.Bulletin
Bulletin 151Isoteline Trilobites of the Viola Group (Ordovician: Oklahoma): Systematics and Stratigraphic Occurrence. 125 pages, 3 figures, 1 table, 31 plates. 2014.Bulletin
Bulletin 16The Ponca City oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by D. W. Ohern and Robert E. Garrett. 1912. 30 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 17Geology of east central Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1914. 25 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Figure 1Figure 1 for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Plate IPlate I for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Plate II-IX-XIIPlate II-IX-XII for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Plate III-XI-VIIIPlate III-XI-VIII for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Plate IV-VPlate IV-V for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Plate VIPlate VI for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Plate VIIPlate VII for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 18 Plate XPlate X for The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 105 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 1Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 1. General information concerning oil and gas, by C. W. Shannon and L. E. Trout. 1915. 133 pages, 4 figures, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 1 Generalized SectionGeneralized Section for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 1. General information concerning oil and gas, by C. W. Shannon and L. E. Trout. 1915. 133 pages, 4 figures, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 1 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 1. General information concerning oil and gas, by C. W. Shannon and L. E. Trout. 1915. 133 pages, 4 figures, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate IIIPlate III for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate IVPlate IV for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate IXPlate IX for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate VPlate V for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate VIIPlate VII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XIPlate XI for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XIIPlate XII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XIIIPlate XIII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XIVPlate XIV for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XIXPlate XIX for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XLPlate XL for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XVIPlate XVI for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XVIIPlate XVII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XVIIIPlate XVIII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXPlate XX for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXIPlate XXI for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXIIPlate XXII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXIIIPlate XXIII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXIVPlate XXIV for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXIXPlate XXIX for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXVPlate XXV for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXVIPlate XXVI for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXVIIPlate XXVII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXVIIIPlate XXVIII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXPlate XXX for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXIPlate XXXI for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXIIPlate XXXII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXIIIPlate XXXIII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXIVPlate XXXIV for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXIXPlate XXXIX for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXVPlate XXXV for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXVIPlate XXXVI for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 19 Part 2 Plate XXXVIIIPlate XXXVIII for Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields, and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 2Preliminary report on the rock asphalt, asphaltite, petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma, by L. L. Hutchison. 1911. 256 pages, 30 figures, 13 platesBulletin
Bulletin 2 Plate IPlate I for Preliminary report on the rock asphalt, asphaltite, petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma, by L. L. Hutchison. 1911. 256 pages, 30 figures, 13 platesBulletin
Bulletin 20Granites of Oklahoma, by C. H. Taylor. 1915. 108 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 21The Neva limestone in northern Oklahoma, with remarks upon the correlation of the vertebrate fossil beds of the state, by J. W. Beede. 1914. 37 pages, 3 figures, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 22Part 1. Director's biennial report to the Governor of Oklahoma. Part 2. Mineral resources of Oklahoma and statistics of production from 1901 to 1914, by C. W. Shannon. 1914, 8 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 23The geology and economic value of the Wapanucka limestone of Oklahoma, by B. F. Wallis. 1915. 102 pages, 6 figures, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 23 Plate IPlate I for The geology and economic value of the Wapanucka limestone of Oklahoma, by B. F. Wallis. 1915. 102 pages, 6 figures, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 23 Plate IIIPlate III for The geology and economic value of the Wapanucka limestone of Oklahoma, by B. F. Wallis. 1915. 102 pages, 6 figures, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 23 Plate IVPlate IV for The geology and economic value of the Wapanucka limestone of Oklahoma, by B. F. Wallis. 1915. 102 pages, 6 figures, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 24Part 1. Geology of a portion of northeastern Oklahoma. Part 2. Paleontology of the Chester group in Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1915. 130 pages, 3 figures, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 24 MapMap for Part 1. Geology of a portion of northeastern Oklahoma. Part 2. Paleontology of the Chester group in Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1915. 130 pages, 3 figures, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 25Bibliography of Oklahoma geology with subject index, by L. E. Trout and G. H. Myers. 1915. 105 pages.Bulletin
Bulletin 26Lime resources and industry of Oklahoma, by John Cullen. 1917. 70 pages, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 27Geography of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1917. 325 pages, 9 figures, 40 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 27 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Geography of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1917. 325 pages, 9 figures, 40 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 27 Plate IPlate I for Geography of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1917. 325 pages, 9 figures, 40 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 27 Plate XIPlate IX for Geography of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1917. 325 pages, 9 figures, 40 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 28Tripoli deposits in Oklahoma, by E. S. Perry. 1917. 32 pages, 1 figure, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 29Travertine deposits of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, with reference to the plant agencies concerned in their formation, by W. H. Emig. 1917. 76 pages, 5 figures, 15 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 3A report on the geological and mineral resources - the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by C. A. Reeds. 1910. 69 pages, 10 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 3 Figures 1-6Figures 1-6 for A report on the geological and mineral resources - the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by C. A. Reeds. 1910. 69 pages, 10 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 3 Plate XPlate X for A report on the geological and mineral resources - the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by C. A. Reeds. 1910. 69 pages, 10 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 3 Plate XXIVPlate XXIV for A report on the geological and mineral resources - the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by C. A. Reeds. 1910. 69 pages, 10 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 30Geology of the Redbeds of Oklahoma, by Fritz Aurin. 1917. 66 pages, 4 figures, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 31Criteria for the recognition of heavy minerals occurring in the Mid-Continent field, by Fanny Carter Edson. 1925. 32 pages, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 32 Part 1Geology of the southern Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, part I, by C. W. Honess, 1923. 355 pages, 9 figures, 120 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 32 Part 2Geology of the southern Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, part II, by C. W. Honess, 1923. 355 pages, 9 figures, 120 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 32 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the southern Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, parts I and II, by C. W. Honess, 1923. 355 pages, 9 figures, 120 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 32 Plate IIPlate II for Geology of the southern Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, parts I and II, by C. W. Honess, 1923. 355 pages, 9 figures, 120 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 32 Plate LXIXPlate LXIX for Geology of the southern Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, parts I and II, by C. W. Honess, 1923. 355 pages, 9 figures, 120 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 32 Plate XXXIIPlate XXXII for Geology of the southern Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, parts I and II, by C. W. Honess, 1923. 355 pages, 9 figures, 120 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 33Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 33 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 33 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 33 Plate XIIIPlate XIII for Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 33 Plate XIVPlate XIV for Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 33 Plate XVPlate XV for Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 33 Plate XVIIIPlate XVIII for Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 34Geology of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by E. P. Rothrock, with a section on Dakota plants from Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by A. C. Noe. 1925. 110 pages, 3 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 34 Figure 2Figure 2 for Geology of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by E. P. Rothrock, with a section on Dakota plants from Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by A. C. Noe. 1925. 110 pages, 3 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 34 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Index of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by E. P. Rothrock, with a section on Dakota plants from Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by A. C. Noe. 1925. 110 pages, 3 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 35Index to the stratigraphy of Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould, with lists of characteristic fossils, by Chas. E. Decker. 1925. 115 pages, 1 chart.Bulletin
Bulletin 36Petroleum engineering in the Papoose oil field, by John R. Bunn, with a chapter on Geology of the Papoose oil field, by Louis Roark. 1926. 61 pages, 6 figures, 5 plates. Vol. I. 1928. 276 pages exclusive of index, 15 figures, 7 plates, 4 maps. Includes 7 papers: 40-B, 40-0, 40-G, 40-J, 40-P, 40-AA, and .40-Q. Vol. II. 1930. 501 pages, 70 figures, 11 plates, 41 maps. Includes 17 papers: 40-A, 40-E, 40-H, 40-1, 40-K, 40-M, 40-N, 40-0, 40-00, 40-GG, 40-Z, 40-HH, 40-MM, 40-PP, 40-UU, 40-SS, and 40-WW. Bulletin 37. Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with a chapter on Agriculture, by H. H. Finnell, and a chapter on History of the County, by M. L. Wardell. 1926. 62 pages, 6 figures, geologic map, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 36 Figure 1Figure 1 for Petroleum engineering in the Papoose oil field, by John R. Bunn, with a chapter on Geology of the Papoose oil field, by Louis Roark. 1926. 61 pages, 6 figures, 5 plates. Vol. I. 1928. 276 pages exclusive of index, 15 figures, 7 plates, 4 maps. Includes 7 papers: 40-B, 40-0, 40-G, 40-J, 40-P, 40-AA, and .40-Q. Vol. II. 1930. 501 pages, 70 figures, 11 plates, 41 maps. Includes 17 papers: 40-A, 40-E, 40-H, 40-1, 40-K, 40-M, 40-N, 40-0, 40-00, 40-GG, 40-Z, 40-HH, 40-MM, 40-PP, 40-UU, 40-SS, and 40-WW. Bulletin 37. Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with a chapter on Agriculture, by H. H. Finnell, and a chapter on History of the County, by M. L. Wardell. 1926. 62 pages, 6 figures, geologic map, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 36 Figure 2Figure 2 for Petroleum engineering in the Papoose oil field, by John R. Bunn, with a chapter on Geology of the Papoose oil field, by Louis Roark. 1926. 61 pages, 6 figures, 5 plates. Vol. I. 1928. 276 pages exclusive of index, 15 figures, 7 plates, 4 maps. Includes 7 papers: 40-B, 40-0, 40-G, 40-J, 40-P, 40-AA, and .40-Q. Vol. II. 1930. 501 pages, 70 figures, 11 plates, 41 maps. Includes 17 papers: 40-A, 40-E, 40-H, 40-1, 40-K, 40-M, 40-N, 40-0, 40-00, 40-GG, 40-Z, 40-HH, 40-MM, 40-PP, 40-UU, 40-SS, and 40-WW. Bulletin 37. Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with a chapter on Agriculture, by H. H. Finnell, and a chapter on History of the County, by M. L. Wardell. 1926. 62 pages, 6 figures, geologic map, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 36 Figure 3Figure 3 for Petroleum engineering in the Papoose oil field, by John R. Bunn, with a chapter on Geology of the Papoose oil field, by Louis Roark. 1926. 61 pages, 6 figures, 5 plates. Vol. I. 1928. 276 pages exclusive of index, 15 figures, 7 plates, 4 maps. Includes 7 papers: 40-B, 40-0, 40-G, 40-J, 40-P, 40-AA, and .40-Q. Vol. II. 1930. 501 pages, 70 figures, 11 plates, 41 maps. Includes 17 papers: 40-A, 40-E, 40-H, 40-1, 40-K, 40-M, 40-N, 40-0, 40-00, 40-GG, 40-Z, 40-HH, 40-MM, 40-PP, 40-UU, 40-SS, and 40-WW. Bulletin 37. Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with a chapter on Agriculture, by H. H. Finnell, and a chapter on History of the County, by M. L. Wardell. 1926. 62 pages, 6 figures, geologic map, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 36 Figure 4Figure 4 for Petroleum engineering in the Papoose oil field, by John R. Bunn, with a chapter on Geology of the Papoose oil field, by Louis Roark. 1926. 61 pages, 6 figures, 5 plates. Vol. I. 1928. 276 pages exclusive of index, 15 figures, 7 plates, 4 maps. Includes 7 papers: 40-B, 40-0, 40-G, 40-J, 40-P, 40-AA, and .40-Q. Vol. II. 1930. 501 pages, 70 figures, 11 plates, 41 maps. Includes 17 papers: 40-A, 40-E, 40-H, 40-1, 40-K, 40-M, 40-N, 40-0, 40-00, 40-GG, 40-Z, 40-HH, 40-MM, 40-PP, 40-UU, 40-SS, and 40-WW. Bulletin 37. Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with a chapter on Agriculture, by H. H. Finnell, and a chapter on History of the County, by M. L. Wardell. 1926. 62 pages, 6 figures, geologic map, 10 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 37Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with Chapters on Agriculture, by H. H. Finnell; History, by M. L. Wardell. 1926, 62 pages, 6 figures, 9 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 37 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with Chapters on Agriculture, by H. H. Finnell; History, by M. L. Wardell. 1926, 62 pages, 6 figures, 9 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 38Geology of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by Chas, N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with sections on Fossil leaves, by E. W. Berry; Agriculture, by Ernest Slocum; and History, by F. C. Tracy. 1926, 71 pages, 2 figures, 16 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 38 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Geology of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by Chas, N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with sections on Fossil leaves, by E. W. Berry; Agriculture, by Ernest Slocum; and History, by F. C. Tracy. 1926, 71 pages, 2 figures, 16 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 39Geology of Marshall County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1926. 101 pages, 5 figures, 31 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 39 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Geology of Marshall County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1926. 101 pages, 5 figures, 31 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 4Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XIIPlate XII for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XIIIPlate XIII for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XIXPlate XIX for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XVIPlate XVI for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XVIIPlate XVII for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XVIIIPlate XVIII for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XXPlate XX for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XXIPlate XXI for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XXIIPlate XXII for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 4 Plate XXIIIPlate XXIII for Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 40Oil and gas in Oklahoma. Issued as three volumes; titles of sections are given below. Vol. III. 1930. 663 pages, 136 figures, 2 plates, 50 maps. Includes 26 papers: 40-C, 40-F, 40-L, 40-R, 40-S, 40-T, 40-U, 40-V, 40-W, 40-X, 40-Y, 40-BB, 40-CC, 40-EE, 40-FF, 40-11, 40-JJ, 40-KK, 40-LL, 40-NN, 40-00, 40-QQ, 40-RR, 40-TT, 40-VV, and 40-XX.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-AWoods, Alfalfa, Harper, Major, Woodward, and Ellis Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1926. 24 pages, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-A Cross Section ACross Section A for Woods, Alfalfa, Harper, Major, Woodward, and Ellis Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1926. 24 pages, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-A Cross Section BCross Section B for Woods, Alfalfa, Harper, Major, Woodward, and Ellis Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1926. 24 pages, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-A Cross Section CCross Section C for Woods, Alfalfa, Harper, Major, Woodward, and Ellis Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1926. 24 pages, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-A Cross Section DCross Section D for Woods, Alfalfa, Harper, Major, Woodward, and Ellis Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1926. 24 pages, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-A Regional MapRegional Map for Woods, Alfalfa, Harper, Major, Woodward, and Ellis Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1926. 24 pages, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-AAOklahoma petroleum-An industrial survey, by Chas. E. Bowles. 1928. 25 pages, 4 figures, 6 plates, 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-BSubsurface distribution and correlation of the pre-Chattanooga (""Wilcox"" sand) series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Luther H. White. 1926. 23 pages, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-B Figure 6Figure 6 for Subsurface distribution and correlation of the pre-Chattanooga (""Wilcox"" sand) series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Luther H. White. 1926. 23 pages, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-B Plate IPlate I for Subsurface distribution and correlation of the pre-Chattanooga (""Wilcox"" sand) series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Luther H. White. 1926. 23 pages, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-B Plate IIPlate II for Subsurface distribution and correlation of the pre-Chattanooga (""Wilcox"" sand) series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Luther H. White. 1926. 23 pages, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-BBGeology of Seminole County, by A. I. Levorsen. 1928. 70 pages, 15 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-COil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by John W. Merritt and O. G. McDonald. 1926. 47 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-C Plate VIIPlates VII for Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by John W. Merritt and O. G. McDonald. 1926. 47 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-C Plates I and IIPlates I and II for Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by John W. Merritt and O. G. McDonald. 1926. 47 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-C Plates VPlate V for Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by John W. Merritt and O. G. McDonald. 1926. 47 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-CCGeology of Pawnee County, by Frank C. Greene. 1928. 28 pages, 8 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-CC Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of Pawnee County, by Frank C. Greene. 1928. 28 pages, 8 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-CC Plates I and IIPlates I and II for Geology of Pawnee County, by Frank C. Greene. 1928. 28 pages, 8 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-DSubsurface stratigraphy of western Oklahoma, by Frank C. Greene. 1926. 14 pages, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-D Plate IIPlate II for Subsurface stratigraphy of western Oklahoma, by Frank C. Greene. 1926. 14 pages, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-DDGeology of Comanche County, by Frank Gouin. 1928. 25 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-DD Plate IPlate I for Geology of Comanche County, by Frank Gouin. 1928. 25 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-DD Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Comanche County, by Frank Gouin. 1928. 25 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-EThe geology of the oil and gas fields of Stephens County, Oklahoma, by Frank Gouin. 1926. 52 pages, 1 figure, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-E Plate IPlate I for The geology of the oil and gas fields of Stephens County, Oklahoma, by Frank Gouin. 1926. 52 pages, 1 figure, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-E Plate IIPlate II for The geology of the oil and gas fields of Stephens County, Oklahoma, by Frank Gouin. 1926. 52 pages, 1 figure, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-EEGeology of Nowata and Craig Counties, by Edward Bloeseh, 1928. 30 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-EE Plate IPlate I for Geology of Nowata and Craig Counties, by Edward Bloeseh, 1928. 30 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-FGeology of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, by Robt. W. Clark. 1926. 52 pages, 6 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-F Plate IPlate I for Geology of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, by Robt. W. Clark. 1926. 52 pages, 6 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-FFGeology of Muskogee County, by Hale B. Soyster and Thos. B. Taylor. 1928. 28 pages, 3 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-FF Plate IPlate I for Geology of Muskogee County, by Hale B. Soyster and Thos. B. Taylor. 1928. 28 pages, 3 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-FF Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Muskogee County, by Hale B. Soyster and Thos. B. Taylor. 1928. 28 pages, 3 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-FF Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of Muskogee County, by Hale B. Soyster and Thos. B. Taylor. 1928. 28 pages, 3 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-FF Plate IVPlate IV for Geology of Muskogee County, by Hale B. Soyster and Thos. B. Taylor. 1928. 28 pages, 3 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-GPetroleum geology in Oklahoma, by Sidney Powers. 1926. 24 pages.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-GGGeology of Logan County, by Hubert E. Bale. 1928. 18 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-GG Plate IPlate I for Geology of Logan County, by Hubert E. Bale. 1928. 18 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-GG Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Logan County, by Hubert E. Bale. 1928. 18 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-HGeology of Kay, Grant, Garfield, and Noble Counties, by G. C. Clark and C. L. Cooper. 1927. 44 pages, 1 figure, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-H Plate IPlate I for Geology of Kay, Grant, Garfield, and Noble Counties, by G. C. Clark and C. L. Cooper. 1927. 44 pages, 1 figure, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-H Plate IVPlate IV for Geology of Kay, Grant, Garfield, and Noble Counties, by G. C. Clark and C. L. Cooper. 1927. 44 pages, 1 figure, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-H Plate VIPlate VI for Geology of Kay, Grant, Garfield, and Noble Counties, by G. C. Clark and C. L. Cooper. 1927. 44 pages, 1 figure, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-HHKiowa and Washita Counties, by Roger W. Sawyer. 1929. 15 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-HH Plate IPlate I for Kiowa and Washita Counties, by Roger W. Sawyer. 1929. 15 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-HH Plate IIPlate II for Kiowa and Washita Counties, by Roger W. Sawyer. 1929. 15 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-IGeology of Caddo and Grady Counties, by Clyde M. Becker. 1927. 18 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-I Plate IPlate I for Geology of Caddo and Grady Counties, by Clyde M. Becker. 1927. 18 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-I Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Caddo and Grady Counties, by Clyde M. Becker. 1927. 18 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-I Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of Caddo and Grady Counties, by Clyde M. Becker. 1927. 18 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-IIHaskell, Latimer, Le Flore, and Sequoyah Counties, by J. A. Stone and C. L. Cooper. 1929. 24 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-II Plate IPlate I for Haskell, Latimer, Le Flore, and Sequoyah Counties, by J. A. Stone and C. L. Cooper. 1929. 24 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-II Plate IIPlate II for Haskell, Latimer, Le Flore, and Sequoyah Counties, by J. A. Stone and C. L. Cooper. 1929. 24 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-JPennsylvanian paleogeography, by Robt. H. Dott. 1927. 22 pages, 11 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-JJCoal and Pittsburg Counties, by W. W. Clawson, Jr. 1928. 16 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-JJ Plate IPlate I for Coal and Pittsburg Counties, by W. W. Clawson, Jr. 1928. 16 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-JJ Plate IIPlate II for Coal and Pittsburg Counties, by W. W. Clawson, Jr. 1928. 16 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-KGeology of Garvin County, Oklahoma, by Robt. H. Dott; and The Robberson Field, by Robert Roth. 1927. 52 pages, 7 figures, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-KKOkfuskee County, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1929. 24 pages, 5 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-KK Plate IPlate I for Okfuskee County, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1929. 24 pages, 5 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-KK Plate IIPlate I for Okfuskee County, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1929. 24 pages, 5 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-KK Plate IIIPlate III for Okfuskee County, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1929. 24 pages, 5 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-LGeology of Wagoner County, Oklahoma, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1927. 18 pages, 6 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-L Plate IPlate I for Geology of Wagoner County, Oklahoma, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1927. 18 pages, 6 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-L Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Wagoner County, Oklahoma, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1927. 18 pages, 6 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-LLJohnston and Murray Counties, by F. A. Melton. 1930. 24 pages, 1 figure.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-MGeology of Beckham County, by Frank Gouin. 1927. 17 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-M Plate IPlate I for Geology of Beckham County, by Frank Gouin. 1927. 17 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-M Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Beckham County, by Frank Gouin. 1927. 17 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-MMCotton County, by W. F. Cloud. 1930. 21 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-MM Plate IIPlate II for Cotton County, by W. F. Cloud. 1930. 21 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-NGeology of Cleveland and McClain Counties, by G. E. Anderson. 1927. 18 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-N Plates I and IIPlate I and II for Geology of Cleveland and McClain Counties, by G. E. Anderson. 1927. 18 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-NNMayes, Ottawa, and Delaware Counties, by H. A. Ireland. 1930. 37 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-NN Plate IPlate I for Mayes, Ottawa, and Delaware Counties, by H. A. Ireland. 1930. 37 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-OGeology of Kingfisher and Canadian Counties, by W. C. Kite. 1927. 13 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-O Plate IPlate I for Geology of Kingfisher and Canadian Counties, by W. C. Kite. 1927. 13 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-OOLove and Marshall Counties, by Fred M. Bullard and John S. Redfield. 1930. 30 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-OO Plate IPlate I for Love and Marshall Counties, by Fred M. Bullard and John S. Redfield. 1930. 30 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-PStructural trends in southern Oklahoma, by LaVerne Decker. 1927. 13 pages, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-P Plate IPlate I for Structural trends in southern Oklahoma, by LaVerne Decker. 1927. 13 pages, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-PPJefferson County, by John R. Bunn. 1930. 45 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-PP Plate IPlate I for Jefferson County, by John R. Bunn. 1930. 45 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-PP Plate IIPlate II for Jefferson County, by John R. Bunn. 1930. 45 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-QDigest of Oklahoma oil and gas fields, compiled by Bess Mills-Bullard. 1928. 188 pages, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-Q Plate IPlate I for Digest of Oklahoma oil and gas fields, compiled by Bess Mills-Bullard. 1928. 188 pages, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-QQCherokee and Adair Counties, by Ira H. Cram. 1930. 60 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-QQ Plate IPlate I for Cherokee and Adair Counties, by Ira H. Cram. 1930. 60 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-QQ Plate IIPlate II for Cherokee and Adair Counties, by Ira H. Cram. 1930. 60 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-QQ Plate IIIPlate III for Cherokee and Adair Counties, by Ira H. Cram. 1930. 60 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-RAtoka, Pushmataha, McCurtain, Bryan, and Choctaw Counties, by C. W. Honess. 1927. 32 pages, 3 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-RRTulsa County, by W. F. Cloud. 1930. 29 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-RR Plate IPlate I for Tulsa County, by W. F. Cloud. 1930. 29 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-RR Plate IIPlate II for Tulsa County, by W. F. Cloud. 1930. 29 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-RR Plate IIIPlate III for Tulsa County, by W. F. Cloud. 1930. 29 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-SGeology of Pontotoc County, by R. A. Conkling. 1927. 27 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-S Plate IPlate I for Geology of Pontotoc County, by R. A. Conkling. 1927. 27 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-SS0klahoma County, by A. Travis. 1930. 32 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-SS Plate IPlate I for 0klahoma County, by A. Travis. 1930. 32 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-SS Plate IIPlate II for 0klahoma County, by A. Travis. 1930. 32 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-SS Plate IIIPlate III for 0klahoma County, by A. Travis. 1930. 32 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-TGeology of Osage County, by H. T. Beckwith. 1927. 62 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-T Plate IPlate I for Geology of Osage County, by H. T. Beckwith. 1927. 62 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-T Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Osage County, by H. T. Beckwith. 1927. 62 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-T Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of Osage County, by H. T. Beckwith. 1927. 62 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-T Plate IVPlate IV for Geology of Osage County, by H. T. Beckwith. 1927. 62 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-TTPottawatomie County, by T. E. Weirich. 1930. 15 pages, 6 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-UGeology of Rogers County, by E. G. Woodruff and C. L. Cooper. 1928. 24 pages, 3 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-U Plate IPlate I for Geology of Rogers County, by E. G. Woodruff and C. L. Cooper. 1928. 24 pages, 3 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-U Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Rogers County, by E. G. Woodruff and C. L. Cooper. 1928. 24 pages, 3 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-UUBlaine, Dewey, Custer, and Roger Mills Counties, by Ray L. Six. 1930. 53 pages, 6 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-UU Plate IPlate I for Blaine, Dewey, Custer, and Roger Mills Counties, by Ray L. Six. 1930. 53 pages, 6 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-UU Plate IIPlate II for Blaine, Dewey, Custer, and Roger Mills Counties, by Ray L. Six. 1930. 53 pages, 6 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-VGeology of Washington County, by Everett Carpenter. 1927. 20 pages, 5 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-V Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Washington County, by Everett Carpenter. 1927. 20 pages, 5 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-V Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of Washington County, by Everett Carpenter. 1927. 20 pages, 5 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-V Plate IVPlate IV for Geology of Washington County, by Everett Carpenter. 1927. 20 pages, 5 figures, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-VVLincoln County, by Dollie Radler. 1930. 16 pages, 7 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-VV Plate IPlate I for Lincoln County, by Dollie Radler. 1930. 16 pages, 7 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-WMcIntosh County, by Robert w. Clark. 1927. 14 pages, 1 figure, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-W Plate IPlate I for McIntosh County, by Robert w. Clark. 1927. 14 pages, 1 figure, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-W Plate IIPlate II for McIntosh County, by Robert w. Clark. 1927. 14 pages, 1 figure, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-W Plate IIIPlate III for McIntosh County, by Robert w. Clark. 1927. 14 pages, 1 figure, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-W Plate IVPlate IV for McIntosh County, by Robert w. Clark. 1927. 14 pages, 1 figure, 4 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-WWBeaver, Texas, and Cimarron Counties, by Ray L. Six. 1930. 35 pages, 4 figures, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-WW Plate IPlate I Beaver, Texas, and Cimarron Counties, by Ray L. Six. 1930. 35 pages, 4 figures, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-WW Plate IIPlate II Beaver, Texas, and Cimarron Counties, by Ray L. Six. 1930. 35 pages, 4 figures, 5 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-XPayne County, by A. H. Koschman. 1927. 13 pages, 4 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-X Plate IPlate I for Payne County, by A. H. Koschman. 1927. 13 pages, 4 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-XXHughes County, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1930. 19 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-XX Plate IPlate I for Hughes County, by J. Phillip Boyle. 1930. 19 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-YHarmon, Tillman, Jackson, and Greer Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1927. 24 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-Y Plate IPlate I for Harmon, Tillman, Jackson, and Greer Counties, by R. L. Clifton. 1927. 24 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-ZCarter County, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1928. 71 pages, 14 figures, 2 tables, 11 well logs.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-Z Plate IPlate I for Carter County, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1928. 71 pages, 14 figures, 2 tables, 11 well logs.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-Z Plate IIPlate II for Carter County, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1928. 71 pages, 14 figures, 2 tables, 11 well logs.Bulletin
Bulletin 40-Z Plate IIIPlate III for Carter County, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1928. 71 pages, 14 figures, 2 tables, 11 well logs.Bulletin
Bulletin 41The upper Paleozoic rocks of Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and Roy A. Wilson. 1927. 66 pages, 30 figures, 1 plate. With paleogeographic maps.Bulletin
Bulletin 41 Plate IPlate I for The upper Paleozoic rocks of Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and Roy A. Wilson. 1927. 66 pages, 30 figures, 1 plate. With paleogeographic maps.Bulletin
Bulletin 42Mineral resources in Oklahoma, by John S. Redfield. 1927. 130 pages, 8 figures, 34 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 43Oil sands and production relations, by H. C. George and W. F. Cloud. 1927. 142 pages, 19 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 44Age relations of the Carboniferous rocks of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by H. D. Miser and C. W. Honess. 1927. 28 pages, 2 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 45Fossiliferous boulders in the Ouachita ""Caney"" shale, and the age of the shale containing them, by E. O. Ulrich. 1927. 48 pages, 3 figures, 6 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 46The Pennsylvanian system in the Ardmore basin, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1929. 79 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 46 Plate XIXPlate XIX for The Pennsylvanian system in the Ardmore basin, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1929. 79 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 46 Plate XVIIPlate XIX for The Pennsylvanian system in the Ardmore basin, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1929. 79 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 46 Plate XVIIIPlate XVIII for The Pennsylvanian system in the Ardmore basin, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1929. 79 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 46 Plate XXPlate XX for The Pennsylvanian system in the Ardmore basin, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1929. 79 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 47Lower Cretaceous of western Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1928. 116 pages, 7 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 47 Plate IPlate I for Lower Cretaceous of western Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1928. 116 pages, 7 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 47 Plate IIPlate II for Lower Cretaceous of western Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1928. 116 pages, 7 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 48Sedimentation in the Anadarko Basin, by A. J. Freie. 1930. 80 pages, 13 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 49Dolomites of western Oklahoma, by G. G. Suffel. 1930. 155 pages, 12 figures, 17 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 49 Plate XVIPlate XVI for Dolomites of western Oklahoma, by G. G. Suffel. 1930. 155 pages, 12 figures, 17 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 49 Plate XVIIPlate XVII for Dolomites of western Oklahoma, by G. G. Suffel. 1930. 155 pages, 12 figures, 17 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 5Preliminary report on the structural materials - Oklahoma, by C. N. Gould. 1911. 182 pages, 10 figures, 1 plate.Bulletin
Bulletin 50Structure of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Hugh D. Miser. 1929. 30 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 50 Plate IPlate I for Structure of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Hugh D. Miser. 1929. 30 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 50 Plate IIPlate II for Structure of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Hugh D. Miser. 1929. 30 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 50 Plate IIIPlate III for Structure of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Hugh D. Miser. 1929. 30 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 51A chemical study of Oklahoma coals, by Joe E. Moose and V. C. Searle. 1929. 112 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 51 Plate IPlate I for A chemical study of Oklahoma coals, by Joe E. Moose and V. C. Searle. 1929. 112 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 51 Plate II and IIIPlate II and III for A chemical study of Oklahoma coals, by Joe E. Moose and V. C. Searle. 1929. 112 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 51 Plate IVPlate IV for A chemical study of Oklahoma coals, by Joe E. Moose and V. C. Searle. 1929. 112 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 51 Plate VPlate V for A chemical study of Oklahoma coals, by Joe E. Moose and V. C. Searle. 1929. 112 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 51 Plate VIPlate VI for A chemical study of Oklahoma coals, by Joe E. Moose and V. C. Searle. 1929. 112 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 52Geology and petrology of the Wichita Mountains, by Malvin G. Hoffman. 1930. 82 pages, 4 figures, 22 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 53Micropaleontology of the Wetumka, Wewoka, and Holdenville formations, by A. S. Warthin, Jr. 1930. 94 pages, 1 figure, 8 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 54The stabilization of the petroleum industry, by Leonard M. Logan. 1930. 248 pages, 11 tables, plus 4 tables in appendix.Bulletin
Bulletin 55The stratigraphy and physical characteristics of the Simpson Group, by C. E. Decker and C. A. Merritt, with a section on Descriptions and illustrations of ostracodes and conodonts, by R. W. Harris. 1931. 112 pages, 2 figures, 15 plates, geologic map.Bulletin
Bulletin 55 Plate IPlate I for The stratigraphy and physical characteristics of the Simpson Group, by C. E. Decker and C. A. Merritt, with a section on Descriptions and illustrations of ostracodes and conodonts, by R. W. Harris. 1931. 112 pages, 2 figures, 15 plates, geologic map.Bulletin
Bulletin 56The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 56 Figure 10Figure 10 for The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 56 Plate IPlate I for The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 56 Plate IIPlate II for The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 56 Plate IIIPlate III for The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 56 Plate IVPlate IV for The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 56 Plate XVPlate XV for The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 57Geology of the Muskogee-Porum district, Oklahoma, by C. W. Wilson, Jr., with a chapter on Carboniferous stratigraphy, by N. D. Newell. 1937. 184 pages, 5 figures, 7 plates (including two-color geologic map), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 57 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the Muskogee-Porum district, Oklahoma, by C. W. Wilson, Jr., with a chapter on Carboniferous stratigraphy, by N. D. Newell. 1937. 184 pages, 5 figures, 7 plates (including two-color geologic map), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 57 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of the Muskogee-Porum district, Oklahoma, by C. W. Wilson, Jr., with a chapter on Carboniferous stratigraphy, by N. D. Newell. 1937. 184 pages, 5 figures, 7 plates (including two-color geologic map), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 58Traverse and leveling in Oklahoma: Part I-southwestern Oklahoma, compiled by N. E. Wolfard. 1938. 157 pages, 4 plates, 1 map, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 59Geology and ground water resources of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. .1939. 248 pages, 13 figures, 5 plates, 12 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 59 Plate IPlate I for Geology and ground water resources of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. .1939. 248 pages, 13 figures, 5 plates, 12 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 6Part 1. Director's biennial report to the Governor - Oklahoma. Part 2. Brief chapters on Oklahoma's mineral resources, by C. N. Gould. 1910. 96 pages.Bulletin
Bulletin 6 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Part 1. Director's biennial report to the Governor - Oklahoma. Part 2. Brief chapters on Oklahoma's mineral resources, by C. N. Gould. 1910. 96 pages.Bulletin
Bulletin 60Rock wool possibilities in Oklahoma, by F. C. Wood. 1939. 125 pages, 19 figures, 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 61Traverse and leveling in Oklahoma. Part II-northwestern Oklahoma, compiled by N. E. Wolfard. 1940. 287 pages, 4 plates, 1 map.Bulletin
Bulletin 62Geology and mineral resources of Washington County, Oklahoma, by M. C. Oakes. 1940. 208 pages, 19 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 18 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 62 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Washington County, Oklahoma, by M. C. Oakes. 1940. 208 pages, 19 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 18 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 62 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Washington County, Oklahoma, by M. C. Oakes. 1940. 208 pages, 19 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 18 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 62 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and mineral resources of Washington County, Oklahoma, by M. C. Oakes. 1940. 208 pages, 19 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 18 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 63A bibliography of Oklahoma oil and gas pools, compiled by Alan G. Skelton and Martha B. Skelton. 1942. 230 pages.Bulletin
Bulletin 64Geology and ground water resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by S. L. Schoff, with a section on Mesozoic stratigraphy, by J. W. Stovall. 1943. 317 pages, 27 figures, 23 plates (Including 2 geologic maps), 24 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 64 Plate IPlate I for Geology and ground water resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by S. L. Schoff, with a section on Mesozoic stratigraphy, by J. W. Stovall. 1943. 317 pages, 27 figures, 23 plates (Including 2 geologic maps), 24 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 64 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and ground water resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by S. L. Schoff, with a section on Mesozoic stratigraphy, by J. W. Stovall. 1943. 317 pages, 27 figures, 23 plates (Including 2 geologic maps), 24 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 65Geology and glass sand resources, central Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham. 1945. 103 pages, 4 figures, 10 plates, 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 65 Plate IPlate I for Geology and glass sand resources, central Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham. 1945. 103 pages, 4 figures, 10 plates, 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 65 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and glass sand resources, central Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham. 1945. 103 pages, 4 figures, 10 plates, 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 65 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and glass sand resources, central Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham. 1945. 103 pages, 4 figures, 10 plates, 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 65 Plate IVPlate IV for Geology and glass sand resources, central Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham. 1945. 103 pages, 4 figures, 10 plates, 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 66The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 66 Plate XPlate X for The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 66 Plate XIPlate XI for The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 66 Plate XIIPlate XII for The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 66 Plate XIIIPlate XIII for The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 66 Plate XIVPlate XIV for The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 66 Plate XVPlate XV for The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 67Geology and mineral resources of Haskell County, Oklahoma. M. C. Oakes and M. M. Knechtel. November 1948. 134 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates (including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 67 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Haskell County, Oklahoma. M. C. Oakes and M. M. Knechtel. November 1948. 134 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates (including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 67 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Haskell County, Oklahoma. M. C. Oakes and M. M. Knechtel. November 1948. 134 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates (including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 67 Plate IV-VIPlate IV-VI for Geology and mineral resources of Haskell County, Oklahoma. M. C. Oakes and M. M. Knechtel. November 1948. 134 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates (including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 67 Plates III-VPlates III-V for Geology and mineral resources of Haskell County, Oklahoma. M. C. Oakes and M. M. Knechtel. November 1948. 134 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates (including geologic map), 5 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68 Plate IPlate I for Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68 Plate IVPlate IV for Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68 Plate VPlate V for Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68 Plate VIPlate VI for Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 68 Table IIITable III for Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M. M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure. 7 plates (including geologic map). 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 69Geology and mineral resources of Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Malcolm C. Oakes, with sections on Oil and gas. Glen S. Dille, and Water resources. John H. Warren. 1952. 234 pages, 12 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 69 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Malcolm C. Oakes, with sections on Oil and gas. Glen S. Dille, and Water resources. John H. Warren. 1952. 234 pages, 12 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 69 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Malcolm C. Oakes, with sections on Oil and gas. Glen S. Dille, and Water resources. John H. Warren. 1952. 234 pages, 12 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 69 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and mineral resources of Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Malcolm C. Oakes, with sections on Oil and gas. Glen S. Dille, and Water resources. John H. Warren. 1952. 234 pages, 12 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 69 Plate IVPlate IV for Geology and mineral resources of Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Malcolm C. Oakes, with sections on Oil and gas. Glen S. Dille, and Water resources. John H. Warren. 1952. 234 pages, 12 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 7Preliminary report on the clays and clay industries - Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 270 pages, 53 figures, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 7 Geologic MapGeologic Map for Preliminary report on the clays and clay industries - Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 270 pages, 53 figures, 12 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 70Geology and mineral resources of Hughes County. Oklahoma, by O. D. Weaver. Jr. February 22. 1955. 150 pages. 13 figures. 4 plates (including geologic map). 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 70 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Hughes County. Oklahoma, by O. D. Weaver. Jr. February 22. 1955. 150 pages. 13 figures. 4 plates (including geologic map). 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 70 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Hughes County. Oklahoma, by O. D. Weaver. Jr. February 22. 1955. 150 pages. 13 figures. 4 plates (including geologic map). 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 70 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology and mineral resources of Hughes County. Oklahoma, by O. D. Weaver. Jr. February 22. 1955. 150 pages. 13 figures. 4 plates (including geologic map). 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 70 Plate IVPlate IV for Geology and mineral resources of Hughes County. Oklahoma, by O. D. Weaver. Jr. February 22. 1955. 150 pages. 13 figures. 4 plates (including geologic map). 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 71Geology and mineral resources of Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by R. E. Ries. March 1, 1955. 120 pages. 25 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 71 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by R. E. Ries. March 1, 1955. 120 pages. 25 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 71 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by R. E. Ries. March 1, 1955. 120 pages. 25 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 3 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 72Geology and ground-water resources of Ottawa County, Oklahoma, by E. W. Reed. S. L. Schoff, and C. C. Branson. February 9. 1955. 203 pages, 14 figures. 1 plate (geologic map), 14 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 72 Plate IPlate I for Geology and ground-water resources of Ottawa County, Oklahoma, by E. W. Reed. S. L. Schoff, and C. C. Branson. February 9. 1955. 203 pages, 14 figures. 1 plate (geologic map), 14 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 73Geology and ground water resources of Grady and northern Stephens Counties, Oklahoma, by L. V. Davis. July 8, 1955. 184 pages, 14 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 73 Figure 4Figure 4 for Geology and ground water resources of Grady and northern Stephens Counties, Oklahoma, by L. V. Davis. July 8, 1955. 184 pages, 14 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 73 Plate IPlate I for Geology and ground water resources of Grady and northern Stephens Counties, Oklahoma, by L. V. Davis. July 8, 1955. 184 pages, 14 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 74Geology of Seminole County. Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1. 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures. 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 74 Plate IPlate I for Geology of Seminole County. Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1. 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures. 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 74 Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Seminole County. Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1. 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures. 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 74 Plate III NPlate III N for Geology of Seminole County. Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1. 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures. 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 74 Plate III SPlate III S for Geology of Seminole County. Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1. 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures. 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 74 Plate IV EPlate IV E for Geology of Seminole County. Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1. 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures. 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 74 Plate IV WPlate IV W for Geology of Seminole County. Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1. 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures. 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 75Ostracoda of the Simpson group. R. W. Harris. June 1, 1957. 333 pages, 19 figures, 10 plates, 5 range charts.Bulletin
Bulletin 76Igneous geology of the Lake Altus area, by C. A. Merritt. January 31, 1958. 70 pages, 6 plates (including geologic map), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 77Geology of the flanks of the Ozark Uplift, Northeastern Oklahoma, by G. G. Huffman and others. May 9, 1958. 281 pages, 22 figures, 6 plates (geologic maps). 6 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 78Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton group in the Arbuckle Mountain region. Part II. Haragan articulate brachiopods, by Thomas W. Amsden. Part III. Supplement to the Henryhouse brachiopods. Thomas W. Amsden. Part IV. New genera of brachiopods. By Arthur J. Boucot and Thomas W. Amsden. June 27. 1958. 199 pages, 42 figures. 14 plates. 17 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 79Petrology of Pennsylvanian sandstones and conglomerates in the Ardmore basin, by Lynn Jacobsen. April 27, 1959. 144 pages, 44 figures, 17 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 8Preliminary report on the road materials and road conditions - Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 191 pages, 44 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 8 Plate IPlate I for Preliminary report on the road materials and road conditions - Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 191 pages, 44 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 8 Plate IIPlate II for Preliminary report on the road materials and road conditions - Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 191 pages, 44 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 8 Plate IIIPlate III for Preliminary report on the road materials and road conditions - Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 191 pages, 44 figures, 3 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 80Geology of Harper County, Oklahoma, by Arthur J. Myers, with a section on Petroleum geology, by Louise Jordan, J. Durwood Pate, and Sydney R. Williamson. January 26, 1959. 108 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates, 1 panel, 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 80 Panel IPanel I for Geology of Harper County, Oklahoma, by Arthur J. Myers, with a section on Petroleum geology, by Louise Jordan, J. Durwood Pate, and Sydney R. Williamson. January 26, 1959. 108 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates, 1 panel, 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 80 Plate IPlate I for Geology of Harper County, Oklahoma, by Arthur J. Myers, with a section on Petroleum geology, by Louise Jordan, J. Durwood Pate, and Sydney R. Williamson. January 26, 1959. 108 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates, 1 panel, 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 80 Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Harper County, Oklahoma, by Arthur J. Myers, with a section on Petroleum geology, by Louise Jordan, J. Durwood Pate, and Sydney R. Williamson. January 26, 1959. 108 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates, 1 panel, 4 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 81Geology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 12, 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 81 Panel 1 Plate AGeology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 12, 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 81 Panel 1 Plate BGeology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 12, 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 81 Panel 1 Plate CGeology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 12, 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 81 Panel 1 Plate DGeology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 12, 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 81 Plate IPlate I for Geology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 12, 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 81 Plate IIPlate II for Geology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on Oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 12, 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 82Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton group in the Arbuckle Mountains region. Part V. Bois d'Arc articulate brachiopods, by Thomas W. Amsden. December 10, 1958. 110 pages, 18 figures, 5 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 83Geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Paul B. Greig, Jr. October 27, 1959. 188 pages, 37 figures, 4 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 83 Plate IPlate I for Geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Paul B. Greig, Jr. October 27, 1959. 188 pages, 37 figures, 4 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 83 Plate IIPlate II for Geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Paul B. Greig, Jr. October 27, 1959. 188 pages, 37 figures, 4 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 83 Plate IIIPlate III for Geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Paul B. Greig, Jr. October 27, 1959. 188 pages, 37 figures, 4 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 83 Plate IVPlate IV for Geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Paul B. Greig, Jr. October 27, 1959. 188 pages, 37 figures, 4 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 84Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton group in the Arbuckle Mountain region. Part VI. Stratigraphy, by Thomas W. Amsden. January 14, 1960. 311 pages, 56 figures, 3 panels, 17 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 85Stratigraphy of the Late Paleozoic rocks of the Ouachita Mountains, Oklahoma, by L. M. Cline. August 27, 1960. 113 pages, 45 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 86Geology and ground-water resources of southern McCurtain County, Oklahoma, by Leon Davis. February 26, 1960. 108 pages, 19 figures, 1 plate (geologic map in color), 8 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 86 Plate IPlate I for Geology and ground-water resources of southern McCurtain County, Oklahoma, by Leon Davis. February 26, 1960. 108 pages, 19 figures, 1 plate (geologic map in color), 8 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 87Ground water resources of Canadian County, Oklahoma, by J. L. Mogg, S. L. Schoff, and E. W. Reed. April 7, 1960. 112 pages, 3 figures, 2 plates, 9 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 88Geology of the Boktukola syncline, southeastern Oklahoma, by O. B. Shelburne, Jr. September 20, 1960. 84 pages, 18 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Bulletin
Bulletin 89Geology and mineral resources of Blaine County, Oklahoma. Part I. Stratigraphy and general geology of Blaine County, by R. O. Fay. Part II. Economic geology and petrology of gypsum and anhydrite in Blaine County, by W. E. Ham. Part III. Petroleum geology of Blaine County, by John T. Bado and Louise Jordan. September 18, 1962. 252 pages, 61 figures, 9 plates (including geologic map in color), 14 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 9Preliminary report on the lead and zinc in Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1912. 97 pages, 16 figures.Bulletin
Bulletin 90Stratigraphy of the Frisco and Sallisaw formations (Devonian) of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. June 13, 1961. 121 pages, 26 figures, 13 plates (including geologic map in color of the Marble City Area, Sequoyah County), 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 90 Plate IPlate I for Stratigraphy of the Frisco and Sallisaw formations (Devonian) of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. June 13, 1961. 121 pages, 26 figures, 13 plates (including geologic map in color of the Marble City Area, Sequoyah County), 13 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 91Geology and water resources of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology of Okmulgee County, by Malcolm C. Oakes. Part II. Water resources of Okmulgee County, by W. S. Motts. April 17, 1963. 164 pages, 19 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map in color), 7 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 92Borate minerals in Permian gypsum of west-central Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham, C. J. Mankin, and J. A. Schleicher. October 11, 1961. 77 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates, 8 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 93Late Desmoinesian crinoid faunule from Oklahoma, by Harrell L. Strimple. December 14, 1961. 189 pages, 23 figures, 19 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 94Early Devonian brachiopods of Oklahoma. Part I. Articulate brachiopods of the Frisco Formation (Devonian), by Thomas W. Amsden and W. P. S. Ventress. Part II. Articulate brachiopods of the Sallisaw Formation (Devonian), by Thomas W. Amsden. Part III. Supplement to the Haragan (Devonian) brachiopods, by Thomas W. Amsden. April 22, 1963. 238 pages, 51 figures, 21 plates, 10 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 95Basement rocks and structural evolution of southern Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham, Rodger E. Denison, and Clifford A. Merritt. December 22, 1964. 302 pages, 19 figures, 16 plates (including 5 geologic maps and sections in separate folder), 18 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 96Pennsylvanian cephalopods of Oklahoma, by A. G. Unklesbay. January 30, 1962. 150 pages, 16 figures, 19 plates, 2 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 97Ground-water resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by I. Wendell Marine and Stuart L. Schoff. May 30, 1962. 74 pages, 12 figures, 2 plates, 11 tables.Bulletin
Bulletin 98The Blaine and related formations of northwestern Oklahoma and southern Kansas, by R. O. Fay. June 26, 1964. 238 pages, 3 figures, 24 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 99Geology and oil and gas resources of Craig County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology of Craig County, by Carl C. Branson and George G. Huffman. Part II. Oil and gas in Craig County, by Daniel M. Strong and George G. Huffman. July 8, 1965. 109 pages, 36 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 99 Plate 22Plate II for Geology and oil and gas resources of Craig County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology of Craig County, by Carl C. Branson and George G. Huffman. Part II. Oil and gas in Craig County, by Daniel M. Strong and George G. Huffman. July 8, 1965. 109 pages, 36 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Bulletin 99 Plate IPlate I for Geology and oil and gas resources of Craig County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology of Craig County, by Carl C. Branson and George G. Huffman. Part II. Oil and gas in Craig County, by Daniel M. Strong and George G. Huffman. July 8, 1965. 109 pages, 36 figures, 2 plates.Bulletin
Circular 1The Oklahoma Geological Survey, its origin, scope and purposes, by Chas. N. Gould and L. L. Hutchison. 1908. 12 pages.Circular
Circular 10A Siluro-Devonian oil horizon in southern Oklahoma, by Geo. D. Morgan. 1922. 13 pages.Circular
Circular 100Ames 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. 396 pages, 41 contributions. 1997.Circular
Circular 101Platform carbonates in the southern Midcontinent, 1996 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings 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.Circular
Circular 102Proceedings of the 34th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals, 1998 (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a meeting held May 2-6, 1998, in Norman, Oklahoma, hosted by the Oklahoma Geological Survey. 364 pages, 50 contributions. 1999.Circular
Circular 103Marine 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.Circular
Circular 104Pennsylvanian and Permian geology and petroleum in the southern Mid-continent, 1998 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium 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
Circular 105Silurian, 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
Circular 106Petroleum 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
Circular 107Revisiting 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.Circular
Circular 108Finding 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.Circular
Circular 109Evaporite 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 Instituteâ National Park Service. 353 pages, 33 contributions. 2003.Circular
Circular 11Arkose of the northern Arbuckle area, by Geo. D. Morgan. 1922. 7 pages.Circular
Circular 110Unconventional 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
Circular 111Morrow and Springer in the Southern Midcontinent, 2005 Symposium. Richard D. Andrews, Editor. 155 pages. 2009. Paperbound, $20.00.Circular
Circular 112AStratigraphic 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 1Plate 1 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 2Plate 2 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 3Plate 3 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 4Plate 4 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 5Plate 5 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 6Plate 6 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 7Plate 7 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 8Plate 8 for 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.Circular
Circular 112A Plate 9Plate 9 for 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.Circular
Circular 112BStratigraphic and Structural Evolution of the Ouachita Mountains and Arkoma Basin, Southeastern Oklahoma and West-Central Arkansas: Application to Petroleum Explorations: 2004 Field Symposium. Technical Papers. Neil H. Suneson, Ibrahim Çemen, and Roger M. Slatt, Editors. 163 pages, 2 plates. 2009.Circular
Circular 112B Plate 1Plate 1 for Stratigraphic and Structural Evolution of the Ouachita Mountains and Arkoma Basin, Southeastern Oklahoma and West-Central Arkansas: Application to Petroleum Explorations: 2004 Field Symposium. Technical Papers. Neil H. Suneson, Ibrahim Çemen, and Roger M. Slatt, Editors. 163 pages, 2 plates. 2009.Circular
Circular 112B Plate 2Plate 2 for Stratigraphic and Structural Evolution of the Ouachita Mountains and Arkoma Basin, Southeastern Oklahoma and West-Central Arkansas: Application to Petroleum Explorations: 2004 Field Symposium. Technical Papers. Neil H. Suneson, Ibrahim Çemen, and Roger M. Slatt, Editors. 163 pages, 2 plates. 2009.Circular
Circular 12Stratigraphic position of the Franks and Seminole formations of Oklahoma, by Geo. D. Morgan. 1923. 17 pages, 1 plate.Circular
Circular 13The 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
Circular 14The Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by Chester A. Reeds. 1927. 15 pages, 11 figures (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 15Physical characteristics of the Arbuckle limestone, by Charles E. Decker and Clifford A. Merritt. 1928. 56 pages, 2 figures, 5 plates.Circular
Circular 16Oklahoma, the geologists' laboratory, by Chas, N. Gould. 1927. 16 pages, 7 plates.Circular
Circular 17Preliminary report on road materials of western Oklahoma, by O. F. Evans. 1928. 19 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate.Circular
Circular 18A comparative faunal chart of the Mississippian and Morrow formations of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Robert Roth. 1929. 16 pages, 1 figure, 2 charts.Circular
Circular 19Accelerated weathering properties of Oklahoma asphalts, by Paul G. Shelley. 1929. 37 pages, 1 figure, 5 plates, 3 tables.Circular
Circular 2Brief statement of the geological history of Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould. 1911. 16 pages, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 20Native road materials and highway maintenance, by N. E. Wolfard. 1929. 42 pages, 2 figures, 12 plates.Circular
Circular 21Foraminifera from the Atoka formation of Oklahoma, by J. J. Galloway and Charles Ryniker. 1930. 37 pages, 5 plates.Circular
Circular 22Progress 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
Circular 23Barite in Oklahoma, by William E. Ham and C. A. Merritt. 1944. 42 pages, 2 figures, 4 plates.Circular
Circular 24Broken Arrow coal and associated strata, western Rogers, Wagoner, and southeastern Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes. 1944. 40 pages, 2 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 25Fluoride removal from drinking water, by A. L. Burwell, L. C. Case, and C. H. Goodnight. 1945. 41 pages, 4 figures, 1 plate.Circular
Circular 26Geology and dolomite resources, Mill Creek-Ravia area, Johnston County, by William E. Ham. 1949. 104 pages, 5 figures, 12 plates, 7 tables, geologic map.Circular
Circular 27Cellular 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
Circular 28Ground-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
Circular 29Mineral production of Oklahoma 1855-1949, by Phyllis Dale and J. O. Beach. 1951. 42 pages, 4 figures.Circular
Circular 3Oklahoma among the southern states, by Chas, N. Gould. 1911. 15 pages.Circular
Circular 30Ilmenite in alluvial sands of the Wichita Mountain system, Oklahoma, by Gerald W. Chase. 1952. 44 pages, 10 figures, 2 plates.Circular
Circular 31Desmoinesian fusulinids of northeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Alexander, with sections on Stratigraphy, by Carl C. Branson, and Stratigraphic significance, by Carl C. Branson and Richard D. Alexander. September 1954. 58 pages, 4 figures, 4 plates.Circular
Circular 32Pennsylvanian plant microfossils of the Croweburg coal in Oklahoma, by L. R. Wilson and William S. Hoffmeister. April 1956. 57 pages, 4 figures, 5 plates.Circular
Circular 33Geology and economic geology of the Baum limestone, Ravia-Mannsville area, Oklahoma, by John Rex Wayland and William E. Ham. July 1955. 44 pages, 1 figure, 9 plates (including geologic map), 3 tables.Circular
Circular 33 Plate IPlate I for Geology and economic geology of the Baum limestone, Ravia-Mannsville area, Oklahoma, by John Rex Wayland and William E. Ham. July 1955. 44 pages, 1 figure, 9 plates (including geologic map), 3 tables.Circular
Circular 34Geology of the core of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, by William D. Pitt. June 1955. 34 pages, 15 figures, 1 plate (geologic map), 1 table.Circular
Circular 34 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the core of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, by William D. Pitt. June 1955. 34 pages, 15 figures, 1 plate (geologic map), 1 table.Circular
Circular 35Post-Boone outliers of northeastern Oklahoma, by R. C. Slocum. November 1955. 44 pages, 12 figures (including 8 colored maps), 2 tables.Circular
Circular 36Spores of McAlester-Stigler coal, by James Leland Morgan. November 1955. 56 pages, 3 figures, 3 plates, 1 table.Circular
Circular 37A new Pleistocene fauna from Harper County, Oklahoma, by Dwight W. Taylor and Claude W. Hibbard. September 1955. 23 pages, 1 figure.Circular
Circular 38Catalog of fossils from the Hunton group, Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. June 1956. 63 pages.Circular
Circular 39Chester Foraminifera and Ostracoda from the Ringwood Pool of Oklahoma, by R. W. Harris and Thomas C. Jobe. June 1956. 41 pages, 4 plates.Circular
Circular 4The trees and shrubs of Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon. 1913. 41 pages.Circular
Circular 40Geology of northeastern Osage County, Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. October 1956. 76 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 40 Plate IPlate I for Geology of northeastern Osage County, Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. October 1956. 76 pages, 17 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 41Two measured sections of Jackfork group in southeastern Oklahoma, by L. M. Cline and Frank Moretti. October 1956. 20 pages.Circular
Circular 42Geology and gypsum resources of the Carter area, Oklahoma, by George L. Scott, Jr., and William E. Ham. September 1957. 64 pages, 5 figures, 8 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 42 Plate IPlate I for Geology and gypsum resources of the Carter area, Oklahoma, by George L. Scott, Jr., and William E. Ham. September 1957. 64 pages, 5 figures, 8 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 42 Plate IIPlate I for Geology and gypsum resources of the Carter area, Oklahoma, by George L. Scott, Jr., and William E. Ham. September 1957. 64 pages, 5 figures, 8 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 43Catalog of fossils from the Middle and Upper Ordovician of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. March 1957. 41 pages.Circular
Circular 44Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton group in the Arbuckle Mountain Region. Part I. Introduction to stratigraphy, by Thomas W. Amsden. June 1957. 57 pages, 4 figures, 3 plates.Circular
Circular 45A Pliocene vertebrate fauna from Ellis County, Oklahoma, by David B. Kitts. August 1957. 27 pages, 2 figures, 1 plate.Circular
Circular 46Chesterian and Morrowan rocks in the McAlester basin of Oklahoma, by Richard B. Laudon. November 1958. 30 pages, 14 figures.Circular
Circular 47Atoka formation on the north side of the McAlester Basin, by Jack G. Blythe. July 1959. 74 pages, 24 figures.Circular
Circular 48Cenozoic geology of northern Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, by David B. Kitts, with a section on A Pliocene vertebrate fauna from Roger Mills County, by David B. Kitts and Craig C. Black. July 1959. 48 pages, 11 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 48 Plate IPlate I for Cenozoic geology of northern Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, by David B. Kitts, with a section on A Pliocene vertebrate fauna from Roger Mills County, by David B. Kitts and Craig C. Black. July 1959. 48 pages, 11 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 49Permian plant microfossils from the Flowerpot Formation, Greer County, Oklahoma, by L. R. Wilson. February 1962. 50 pages, 2 figures, 3 colored plates, 1 table.Circular
Circular 5Rock asphalts of Oklahoma and their use in paving, by L. C. Snider. 1913. 22 pages, 7 figures.Circular
Circular 50Geology of northern Latimer County, Oklahoma, by Dearl T. Russell. January 1960. 57 pages, 12 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 50 Plate IPlate I for Geology of northern Latimer County, Oklahoma, by Dearl T. Russell. January 1960. 57 pages, 12 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 51Geology of the Cavanal syncline, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by Philip K. Webb. May 1960. 65 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 51 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the Cavanal syncline, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by Philip K. Webb. May 1960. 65 pages, 1 figure, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 52Type section of the Caney shale, by Maxim K. Elias and Carl C. Branson. December 1959. 24 pages, 2 figures, 34 tables.Circular
Circular 53Geology of the Featherston area, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by Robert E. Vanderpool. May 1960. 36 pages, 10 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 53 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the Featherston area, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by Robert E. Vanderpool. May 1960. 36 pages, 10 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 54Coal mining and landscape modification in Oklahoma, by Arthur H. Doerr. March 1961. 48 pages, 13 figures.Circular
Circular 55The genus Paragassizocrinus in Oklahoma, by Harrell L. Strimple. November 1960. 37 pages, 2 figures, 3 plates.Circular
Circular 56Pollen and spores from the Permian deposits of the Cherdyn' and Aktyubinsk areas, Cis-Urals, by R. S. Samoilovich. Translated from the Russian by M. K. Elias. March 1961. 103 pages, 17 plates, 4 tables.Circular
Circular 57Geology of northeastern Cherokee County, Oklahoma, by John M. Starke, Jr. August 1961. 62 pages, 16 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 57 Plate IPlate I for Geology of northeastern Cherokee County, Oklahoma, by John M. Starke, Jr. August 1961. 62 pages, 16 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 58Correlation of Paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas, by Sherwood F. Frezon. February 1962. 53 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates, 1 table.Circular
Circular 58 Plate IPlate I for Correlation of Paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas, by Sherwood F. Frezon. February 1962. 53 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates, 1 table.Circular
Circular 58 Plate IIPlate II for Correlation of Paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas, by Sherwood F. Frezon. February 1962. 53 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates, 1 table.Circular
Circular 59Permian vertebrates from Oklahoma and Texas. Part I. Vertebrates from the Flowerpot Formation, Permian of Oklahoma, by Everett C. Olson and Herbert Barghusen. Part II. The osteology of Captorhinikos chozaensis Olson, by Everett C. Olson. August 1962. 68 pages, 15 figures, 3 plates, 7 tables.Circular
Circular 6Animal and plant life in Oklahoma. 1917. 68 pages, 1 plate.Circular
Circular 60Crinoids from the Oolagah Formation (Pennsylvanian), Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by Harrell L. Strimple. July 1962. 75 pages, 9 plates.Circular
Circular 61Ground-water resources of the Rush Springs Sandstone in the Caddo County area, Oklahoma, by Harry H. Tanaka and Leon V. Davis. May 1963. 63 pages, 11 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 10 tables.Circular
Circular 61 Plate IPlate I for Ground-water resources of the Rush Springs Sandstone in the Caddo County area, Oklahoma, by Harry H. Tanaka and Leon V. Davis. May 1963. 63 pages, 11 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 10 tables.Circular
Circular 61 Plate IIPlate II for Ground-water resources of the Rush Springs Sandstone in the Caddo County area, Oklahoma, by Harry H. Tanaka and Leon V. Davis. May 1963. 63 pages, 11 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 10 tables.Circular
Circular 62Petroleum geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Patrick H. Clare. February 1963. 62 pages, 4 figures, 2 plates, 10 tables.Circular
Circular 62 Plate IPlate I for Petroleum geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Patrick H. Clare. February 1963. 62 pages, 4 figures, 2 plates, 10 tables.Circular
Circular 62 Plate IIPlate IIPetroleum geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Patrick H. Clare. February 1963. 62 pages, 4 figures, 2 plates, 10 tables.Circular
Circular 63Geology 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).Circular
Circular 63 Plate IPlate I for 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).Circular
Circular 63 Plate IIPlate II for 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).Circular
Circular 64Copper in the Flowerpot Shale (Permian) of the Creta area, Jackson County, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham and Kenneth S. Johnson. February 1964. 32 pages, 10 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables.Circular
Circular 64 Plate IPlate I for Copper in the Flowerpot Shale (Permian) of the Creta area, Jackson County, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham and Kenneth S. Johnson. February 1964. 32 pages, 10 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables.Circular
Circular 64 Plate IIPlate II for Copper in the Flowerpot Shale (Permian) of the Creta area, Jackson County, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham and Kenneth S. Johnson. February 1964. 32 pages, 10 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables.Circular
Circular 65Geology of the western part of Winding Stair Range, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by L. D. Fellows. July 1964. 102 pages, 29 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 65 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the western part of Winding Stair Range, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by L. D. Fellows. July 1964. 102 pages, 29 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 66Chitons from the Kindblade Formation (Lower Ordovician), Arbuckle Mountains, southern Oklahoma, by Allyn G. Smith and Donald F. Toomey. July 1964. 41 pages, 2 figures, 8 plates.Circular
Circular 67The ammonoid family Girtyoeeratidae in the southern Midcontinent, . by J. A. McCaleb, J. H. Quinn, and W. M. Furnish. July 1964. 41 pages, ,,8 figures, 4 plates,Circular
Circular 68Geology of northern Adair County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, Jackson M. Langton, and James M. Hancock, Jr. February 1966. 50 pages, 21 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 68 Plate IPlate I for Geology of northern Adair County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, Jackson M. Langton, and James M. Hancock, Jr. February 1966. 50 pages, 21 figures, 1 plate (geologie map).Circular
Circular 69Geology of the Cenozoic Rocks of Ellis County, Oklahoma, by David B. Kitts, June 1965. 30 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 69 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the Cenozoic Rocks of Ellis County, Oklahoma, by David B. Kitts, June 1965. 30 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate (geologic map).Circular
Circular 7Correlation of the oil sands in Oklahoma, by Fritz Aurin. 1917. 16 pages, 1 plate (correlation chart).Circular
Circular 70New 'Permian vertebrates' from the Chickasha Formation in Oklahoma, by Everett C. December 1965. 70 pages, 5 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables.Circular
Circular 71Ground-water resources in Cleveland and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and L. C. Burton. April 1968. 75 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 9 tables.Circular
Circular 71 Plate IPlate I for Ground-water resources in Cleveland and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and L. C. Burton. April 1968. 75 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 9 tables.Circular
Circular 71 Plate IIPlate II for Ground-water resources in Cleveland and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and L. C. Burton. April 1968. 75 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 9 tables.Circular
Circular 72Studies of Pennsylvanian corals in Oklahoma: Part I. Tabulate corals of the Wapanucka Formation, by Charles L. Rowett. Part II. New species of Dibunophyllum from the Dewey Formation, by J. M. Cocke. August 1966. 58 pages, 2 figures, 3 plates, 2 tables.Circular
Circular 73Not published.Circular
Circular 74Early Permian vertebrates of Oklahoma, by Everett C. Olson. December 1967. 111. pages, 12 figures, 3 plates.Circular
Circular 75Geology of the eastern part of the Lynn Mountain syncline, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by Garrett Briggs. July 23, 1973. 34 pages, 13 figures, 1 plate (geologic map by Garrett Briggs and Donald L. Smith).Circular
Circular 75 Plate IPlate I for Geology of the eastern part of the Lynn Mountain syncline, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by Garrett Briggs. July 23, 1973. 34 pages, 13 figures, 1 plate (geologic map by Garrett Briggs and Donald L. Smith).Circular
Circular 76Shale and carbonate-rock resources of Osage County, Oklahoma, by William H. Bellis and T. L. Rowland. November 22, 1976. 50 pages, 18 figures, 1 color map panel, 4 tables.Circular
Circular 77Stratiform copper deposits of the Midcontinent region, a symposium, Kenneth S. Johnson and Rosemary L. Croy, editors. February 3, 1977. Proceedings of a symposium held March 8, 1974, at the South-Central Section meeting of The Geological Society of America, held at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. 10 papers, 3 abstracts, 99 pages, 103 figures, 4 plates, 13 tables.Circular
Circular 78Calceocrinids from the Bromide Formation (Middle Ordovician) of southern Oklahoma, by James C. Brower. November 11, 1977. 27 pages, 2 figures, 4 plates, 3 tables.Circular
Circular 79Thirteenth Annual Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals, Kenneth S. Johnson and Judy A. Russell, editors. February 1979. Proceedings of 13th annual meeting of Forum on Industrial Minerals held May 12-14, 1977, in Norman, Oklahoma. Sponsored by Oklahoma Geological Survey and University of Oklahoma. 14 papers, 2 abstracts, 107 pages, 60 figures, 53 tables.Circular
Circular 8Methods of exploring for oil and gas, by George E. Burton. 1917. 20 pages, 2 figures, 2 plates.Circular
Circular 80Disposal 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. November 1980. 82 pages, 32 figures, 1 plate (map), 16 tables.Circular
Circular 81Geohydrology of the Antlers Aquifer (Cretaceous), southeastern Oklahoma, by Donald L. Hart, Jr., and Robert E. Davis. June 1981. 10 figures, 1 plate (map and sections), 6 tables.Circular
Circular 81 Plate IPlate I for Geohydrology of the Antlers Aquifer (Cretaceous), southeastern Oklahoma, by Donald L. Hart, Jr., and Robert E. Davis. June 1981. 10 figures, 1 plate (map and sections), 6 tables.Circular
Circular 82Chemical quality of water in abandoned zinc mines in northeastern Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas, by Stephen J. Playton, Robert E. Davis, and Roger G. McClaflin. May 1981. 49 pages, 13 figures, 19 tables.Circular
Circular 83Paleoenvironment of Fitzhugh Member of Clarita Formation (Silurian, Wenlockian) southern Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden, Donald F. Toomey, and James E. Barrick. April 1981. 54 pages, 21 figures, 7 plates, 3 tables.Circular
Circular 84Basement rocks in northeastern Oklahoma, by Rodger E. Denison. February 1982. 84 pages, 7 figures, 4 plates (including geologic and structure map), 5 tables.Circular
Circular 84 Plate IPlate I for Basement rocks in northeastern Oklahoma, by Rodger E. Denison. February 1982. 84 pages, 7 figures, 4 plates (including geologic and structure map), 5 tables.Circular
Circular 85Reconnaissance of ground water in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. August 8, 1983. 13 pages, 4 figures, 1 plate (map), 1 table.Circular
Circular 86Copper deposits in Sheep Pen Sandstone (Triassic) in Cimarron County, Oklahoma, and adjacent parts of Colorado and New Mexico, by Robert O. Fay. September 30, 1983. 24 pages, 22 figures, 1 plate (map), 1 table.Circular
Circular 86 Plate IPlate I for Copper deposits in Sheep Pen Sandstone (Triassic) in Cimarron County, Oklahoma, and adjacent parts of Colorado and New Mexico, by Robert O. Fay. September 30, 1983. 24 pages, 22 figures, 1 plate (map), 1 table.Circular
Circular 87Geohydrology 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.Circular
Circular 87 Plate 1Plate 1 for 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.Circular
Circular 87 Plate 2Plate 2 for 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.Circular
Circular 87 Plate 3Plate 3 for 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.Circular
Circular 88Stability 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.Circular
Circular 88 Plate 1Plate 1 for 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.Circular
Circular 88 Plate 2Plate 2 for 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.Circular
Circular 88 Plate 3Plate 3 for 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.Circular
Circular 89Effects 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
Circular 89 Plate 1Plate 1 for 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
Circular 9The Sycamore limestone, by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 27 pages, 4 figures, 5 plates (including geologic map).Circular
Circular 90Anadarko 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.Circular
Circular 91Hydrology 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.Circular
Circular 91 Plate 1Plate 1 for 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.Circular
Circular 91 Plate 2Plate 2 for 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.Circular
Circular 92Late 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. 227 pages, 31 contributions. 1991.Circular
Circular 93Source 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
Circular 94Recent 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
Circular 95Petroleum-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. 1993; 2nd printing, 1996.Circular
Circular 96Geohydrology 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.Circular
Circular 97Structural styles in the southern Midcontinent, 1992 symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held March 31â 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.Circular
Circular 98Deltaic 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. 295 pages, 32 contributions. 1996.Circular
Circular 99Simpson 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
Educational Publication 1Geology and earth resources of Oklahoma-An atlas of maps and cross sections, by Kenneth S. Johnson, Carl C. Branson, Neville M. Curtis, Jr., William E. Ham, Melvin V. Marcher, and John F. Roberts. July 1972. 8 pages. Introductory text and 6 map sheets showing topography, geomorphic provinces, geology, mineral resources, oil and gas, and water resources, plus one sheet of cross sections.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 10Dot-To-Dot Earth Science Activities for Grades 1-6, by James R. Chaplin. 63 pages. 2011.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 2Introduction, guidelines, and geologic history of Oklahoma, Book I of Guidebook for geologic field trips in Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. January 1971. 15 pages, 16 figures, 7 photographs, 1 table.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 3Northwest Oklahoma. Book II of Guidebook for geologic field trips in Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 42 pages, 54 figures, 26 field trip sites. 1972; 5th printing, 1999.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 4Guidebook for geologic field trips in north central Oklahoma, by John D. Naff. 42 pages, 52 figures, 43 field trip sites. 1981.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 5Guide to resources for earth science information in Oklahoma, by Neil H. Suneson. 76 pages. 1996.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 6Oklahoma generalized geologic time scale - the story told by rocks, by James R. Chaplin. Full color, 22x34 in. poster. 1999; 2nd printing, 2001.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 7Reading topographic maps - activities for earth science teachers and students, by James R. Chaplin. 82 pages. 2001.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 8Oklahoma geology for earth science teachers/students grades 6-12, by James R. Chaplin. 104 pages. 2003.Educational Publication
Educational Publication 9Earth Science and Minerals Resources of Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson and Kenneth V. Luza, Editors. 21 pages. 2008.Educational Publication
Geologic Map 1Minerals of Oklahoma, compiled by Robert H. Dott, J. O. Beach, Neal T Dilday, and Albert L. Burwell. Scale 1:750,000. 1944.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 10Oil and Gas Fields of Oklahoma, 1965, by Oklahoma Geological Survey. Scale 1:750,000. 1965.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 11Products Pipelines of Oklahoma, 1965, by Oklahoma Geological Survey. Scale 1:750,000. 1966.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 12Crude-Oil Pipelines of Oklahoma, 1965, by Oklahoma Geological Survey. Scale 1:750,000. 1966Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 13Natural-Gas Pipelines of Oklahoma, 1965, by Oklahoma Geological Survey. Scale 1:750,000. 1966.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 14Geologic Maps and Stratigraphic Cross Sections of Silurian Strata and Lower Devonian Formations in Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden and T. I. Rowland. 1967.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 15Mineral Map of Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. Scale 1:750,000. 1969.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 16Vertical-intensity magnetic map of McClain and southern Cleveland Counties, central Oklahoma, by John A. E. Norden, John L. Bedwell, Arthur J. Blair II, Carl B. Kaupp III, John W. Marchetti, Jr., and J. M. Markas. Magnetic contours printed in red; contour interval, 10 gammas. Oil and gas fields in green and pink. Scale 1:63,360 (1 in. = 1 mi). 1972.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 17Description of Disturbed and Reclaimed Surface-Mined Coal Lands in Eastern Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 1974.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 17 Sheet 1Sheet 1 for Description of Disturbed and Reclaimed Surface-Mined Coal Lands in Eastern Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 1974.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 17 Sheet 2Sheet 2 for Description of Disturbed and Reclaimed Surface-Mined Coal Lands in Eastern Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 1974.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 17 Sheet 3Sheet 3 for Description of Disturbed and Reclaimed Surface-Mined Coal Lands in Eastern Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 1974.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 18Stereoscopic and mosaic aerial-photograph study of the structure of the central Ouachita Mountains in Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Frank A. Melton. One 4-color map sheet, with 3 maps at scales 1:250,000, 1:125,000, and 1:62,500 each, showing principal structures visible from aerial photographs. 1976.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 19Earthquake Map of Oklahoma. Compiled by James E. Lawson, Jr., Robert L. DuBois, Paul H. Foster, and Kenneth V. Luza. Scale 1:750:000. 1979.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 2 BackMap showing ground-water reservoirs of Oklahoma, by S. L. Schoff. Scale 1:750,000, in 2 colors. 1955.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 2 FrontMap showing ground-water reservoirs of Oklahoma, by S. L. Schoff. Scale 1:750,000, in 2 colors. 1955.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 20Geologic map of Southwest Davis Zinc Field, Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, compiled by Robert O. Fay. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:7,920, with 16-page explanatory text. 1981.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 20 Sheet 1Sheet 1 for Geologic map of Southwest Davis Zinc Field, Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, compiled by Robert O. Fay. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:7,920, with 16-page explanatory text. 1981.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 21 Plate 2Index to surface geologic mapping in Oklahoma (through 1976), compiled by J. F. Roberts, K. V. Luza, and J. A. Corff. 2 sheets, scale 1:750,000. 1981.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 22 Plate 1Index to Subsurface Mapping in Oklahoma, 1967-1070, compiled by John F. Roberts. 3 plates, scale 1:750:000. 1981. Plate 1.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 22 Plate 2Index to Subsurface Mapping in Oklahoma, 1967-1070, compiled by John F. Roberts. 3 plates, scale 1:750:000. 1981. Plate 2.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 22 Plate 3Index to Subsurface Mapping in Oklahoma, 1967-1070, compiled by John F. Roberts. 3 plates, scale 1:750:000. 1981. Plate 3.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 23 Plate 1Map showing potentially strippable coal beds in eastern Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman. 4 color sheets (plates 1–4), scale 1:125,000. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Department of Mines. 1982. Plate 1.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 23 Plate 2Map showing potentially strippable coal beds in eastern Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman. 4 color sheets (plates 1–4), scale 1:125,000. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Department of Mines. 1982. Plate 2.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 23 Plate 3Map showing potentially strippable coal beds in eastern Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman. 4 color sheets (plates 1–4), scale 1:125,000. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Department of Mines. 1982. Plate 3.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 23 Plate 4Map showing potentially strippable coal beds in eastern Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman. 4 color sheets (plates 1–4), scale 1:125,000. Prepared in cooperation with Oklahoma Department of Mines. 1982. Plate 4.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 24Map of eastern Oklahoma showing locations of active coal mines, 1977–79, compiled by Samuel A. Friedman. Includes tabulation of 29 coal mines and coal data. Scale 1:500,000. 1982.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 25Map of Oklahoma showing localities of reported uranium and radioactivity values, compiled by Matthew W. Totten and Robert O. Fay. Includes tabulation of reported stratigraphic occurrences keyed to map (scale 1:750,000) and an explanatory 16-page text with an annotated bibliography. 1982.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 26 Plate 1Indexes to surface and subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1977–1979, compiled by Kenneth V. Luza, Elizabeth A. Ham, and Philip R. Sanders. 2 sheets, scale 1:750,000. 1983. Plate 1.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 26 Plate 2Indexes to surface and subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1977–1979, compiled by Kenneth V. Luza, Elizabeth A. Ham, and Philip R. Sanders. 2 sheets, scale 1:750,000. 1983. Plate 2.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 27Geothermal resources and temperature gradients of Oklahoma, compiled by Kenneth V. Luza, William E. Harrison, George A. Laguros, M. Lynn Prater, and Paul K. Cheung. Scale 1:500,000. Prepared in cooperation with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and U.S. Department of Energy. 1984.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 28Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields, compiled by Margaret R. Burchfield. Color map showing outlines of 3,083 active fields and 35 abandoned fields. List of names and locations of all fields. Scale 1:500,000. 1985; 2nd printing, 1989; revised supplement, 1997.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 28S1Sheet 1 for Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields, compiled by Margaret R. Burchfield. Color map showing outlines of 3,083 active fields and 35 abandoned fields. List of names and locations of all fields. Scale 1:500,000. 1985; 2nd printing, 1989; revised supplement, 1997.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 29 Plate 1Index to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1940–1966 [second edition], compiled by Louise Jordan and John F. Roberts. 6 color sheets (plates 1–6), scale 1:1,000,000. 1986. Plate 1.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 29 Plate 2Index to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1940–1966 [second edition], compiled by Louise Jordan and John F. Roberts. 6 color sheets (plates 1–6), scale 1:1,000,000. 1986. Plate 2.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 29 Plate 3Index to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1940–1966 [second edition], compiled by Louise Jordan and John F. Roberts. 6 color sheets (plates 1–6), scale 1:1,000,000. 1986. Plate 3.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 29 Plate 4Index to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1940–1966 [second edition], compiled by Louise Jordan and John F. Roberts. 6 color sheets (plates 1–6), scale 1:1,000,000. 1986. Plate 4.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 29 Plate 5Index to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1940–1966 [second edition], compiled by Louise Jordan and John F. Roberts. 6 color sheets (plates 1–6), scale 1:1,000,000. 1986. Plate 5.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 29 Plate 6Index to subsurface geologic mapping in Oklahoma, 1940–1966 [second edition], compiled by Louise Jordan and John F. Roberts. 6 color sheets (plates 1–6), scale 1:1,000,000. 1986. Plate 6.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 3Tectonic map of Oklahoma, by J. Kaspar Arbenz. Scale 1:750,000. 1956.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 30A stratigraphic and structural study of the Eram coal and associated strata in eastern Okmulgee County and western Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish, assisted by Kenneth N. Beyma. 1 sheet, scale 1:31,680, accompanying text. 1988.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 31Geologic Map and Sections of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by William E. Ham and Myron E. McKinley and others. Scale 1:100,000. 1954. Revised by Kenneth S. Johnson. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 32Radon-potential map of Oklahoma, by James R. Flood, Tom B. Thomas, Neil H. Suneson, and Kenneth V. Luza. 1 sheet, scale 1:750,000, accompanying text. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 32 MapMap for Radon-potential map of Oklahoma, by James R. Flood, Tom B. Thomas, Neil H. Suneson, and Kenneth V. Luza. 1 sheet, scale 1:750,000, accompanying text. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 33Coal geology of Tulsa, Wagoner, Creek, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 3 sheets (plates 1–5), scale 1:63,360, accompanying text, separate 117-page appendixes. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 33 Plate 1Plate 1 for Coal geology of Tulsa, Wagoner, Creek, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 3 sheets (plates 1–5), scale 1:63,360, accompanying text, separate 117-page appendixes. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 33 Plate 2Plate 2 for Coal geology of Tulsa, Wagoner, Creek, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 3 sheets (plates 1–5), scale 1:63,360, accompanying text, separate 117-page appendixes. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 33 Plate 3Plate 3 for Coal geology of Tulsa, Wagoner, Creek, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 3 sheets (plates 1–5), scale 1:63,360, accompanying text, separate 117-page appendixes. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 33 Plate 4Plate 4 for Coal geology of Tulsa, Wagoner, Creek, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 3 sheets (plates 1–5), scale 1:63,360, accompanying text, separate 117-page appendixes. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 33 Plate 5Plate 5 for Coal geology of Tulsa, Wagoner, Creek, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 3 sheets (plates 1–5), scale 1:63,360, accompanying text, separate 117-page appendixes. 1990.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 34Pre-Woodford subcrop map of the Anadarko basin, western Oklahoma and Texas Panhandle, by Thomas W. Amsden and James E. Barrick. 2 sheets, scale 1:500,000, accompanying text. 1993.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 34 Plate 1Plate 1 for Pre-Woodford subcrop map of the Anadarko basin, western Oklahoma and Texas Panhandle, by Thomas W. Amsden and James E. Barrick. 2 sheets, scale 1:500,000, accompanying text. 1993.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 34 Plate 2Plate 2 for Pre-Woodford subcrop map of the Anadarko basin, western Oklahoma and Texas Panhandle, by Thomas W. Amsden and James E. Barrick. 2 sheets, scale 1:500,000, accompanying text. 1993.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 35Earthquake map of Oklahoma (with text), by James E. Lawson, Jr., and Kenneth V. Luza. Earthquakes shown through 1993. One 4-color map sheet intended for use as a guide only to earthquake intensity and epicentral locations. Scale 1:500,000. Explanatory text, inventory, detection, and catalog of Oklahoma earthquakes. 1995.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 35 MapMap for Earthquake map of Oklahoma (with text), by James E. Lawson, Jr., and Kenneth V. Luza. Earthquakes shown through 1993. One 4-color map sheet intended for use as a guide only to earthquake intensity and epicentral locations. Scale 1:500,000. Explanatory text, inventory, detection, and catalog of Oklahoma earthquakes. 1995.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 36Map for Oklahoma oil and gas fields (distinguished by GOR and conventional gas vs. coalbed methane), by Dan T. Boyd. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:500,000; 128-page explanatory text and 3 tables. 2002.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 36Oklahoma oil and gas fields (distinguished by GOR and conventional gas vs. coalbed methane), by Dan T. Boyd. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:500,000; 128-page explanatory text and 3 tables. 2002.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 37Oklahoma oil and gas fields (distinguished by coalbed methane and field boundaries), by Dan T. Boyd. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:500,000; 128-page explanatory text and 3 tables. 2002.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 37 GIS FilesGIS Files for Oklahoma oil and gas fields (distinguished by coalbed methane and field boundaries), by Dan T. Boyd. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:500,000; 128-page explanatory text and 3 tables. 2002.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 37 SupplementSupplement for Oklahoma oil and gas fields (distinguished by coalbed methane and field boundaries), by Dan T. Boyd. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:500,000; 128-page explanatory text and 3 tables. 2002.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 38Oklahoma oil and gas fields (by reservoir age), by Dan T. Boyd. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:500,000. 2002.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 38 GIS FilesGIS Files for Oklahoma oil and gas fields (by reservoir age), by Dan T. Boyd. One 4-color map sheet at a scale of 1:500,000. 2002.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 39Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Distinguished by gas to oil ratio and gas vs. coalbed methane. Brittany N. Pritchett. Scale 1:500,000. 2015. One 4-color map sheet; 7-page explanatory text; 2 tables.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 39 GIS FilesGIS Files for Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Distinguished by gas to oil ratio and gas vs. coalbed methane. Brittany N. Pritchett. Scale 1:500,000. 2015. Two 4-color map sheets; 7-page explanatory text; 2 tables.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 39 Inset MapInset Map for Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Distinguished by gas to oil ratio and gas vs. coalbed methane. Brittany N. Pritchett. Scale 1:500,000. 2015. One 4-color map sheet; 7-page explanatory text; 2 tables.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 39 SupplementSupplement for Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Distinguished by gas to oil ratio and gas vs. coalbed methane. Brittany N. Pritchett. Scale 1:500,000. 2015. One 4-color map sheet; 7-page explanatory text; 2 tables.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 4Geologic Map of the Criner Hills area, Oklahoma, by E. A. Frederickson. 1957.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 40Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Distinguished by coalbed methane and field boundaries. Brittany N. Pritchett. Scale 1:500,000. 2015. Two 4-color map sheets; 7-page explanatory text; 2 tables.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 40 GIS FilesGIS Files for Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Distinguished by coalbed methane and field boundaries. Brittany N. Pritchett. Scale 1:500,000. 2015. Two 4-color map sheets; 7-page explanatory text; 2 tables.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 40 SupplementSupplement for Map of Oklahoma oil and gas fields: Distinguished by coalbed methane and field boundaries. Brittany N. Pritchett. Scale 1:500,000. 2015. Two 4-color map sheets; 7-page explanatory text; 2 tables.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 41Preliminary Soil Amplification Map of Oklahoma. Brittany N. Pritchett, Jefferson C. Chang, Julie M. Chang, Neil H. Suneson, and Jacob I. Walter. Scale 1:500,000. 2017.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 41 GIS FilesGIS Files for Preliminary Soil Amplification Map of Oklahoma. Brittany N. Pritchett, Jefferson C. Chang, Julie M. Chang, Neil H. Suneson, and Jacob I. Walter. Scale 1:500,000. 2017.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 42Maps showing principal ground-water resources and recharge areas in Oklahoma: Sheet 1—Unconsolidated alluvium and terrace deposits. Kenneth S. Johnson. Scale 1:500,000. 1983.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 43Maps showing principal ground-water resources and recharge areas in Oklahoma: Sheet 2—Bedrock aquifers and recharge areas. Kenneth S. Johnson. Scale 1:500,000. 1983.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 43 SupplementSupplement for Maps showing principal ground-water resources and recharge areas in Oklahoma: Sheet 2—Bedrock aquifers and recharge areas. Kenneth S. Johnson. Scale 1:500,000. 1983. 4-page references.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 44Map of aquifers and recharge areas in Oklahoma. Kenneth S. Johnson. Scale 1:500,000. 1991.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 44 SupplementSupplement for Map of aquifers and recharge areas in Oklahoma. Kenneth S. Johnson. Scale 1:500,000. 1991. 4-page references for bedrock aquifers.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 45Blaine aquifer in the Hollis Basin of southwest Oklahoma: structure-contour map and stratigraphic/hydrologic data. Kenneth S. Johnson. Scale 1:125,000. 2019.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 5Geologic Map and Section of Pre-Pennsylvanian Rocks in Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. 1962Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 6Vertical-Intensity Magnetic Map of Oklahoma, by V. L. Jones and Paul I. Lyons. Scale 1:750,000. 1964.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 7Bouguer Gravity-Anomaly Map of Oklahoma, by Paul I. Lyons. Scale 1: 750:000. 1964Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 8Petroleum-impregnated rocks and asphaltite deposits of Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. Scale 1:750,000. Explanatory text, 16 pages. 1964; 3rd printing, 1983.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map 9Geologic map and section of pre-Woodford rocks in Oklahoma, showing surface and subsurface distribution, by Russell S. Tarr, Louise Jordan, and T. L. Rowland. Scale 1:750,000. 1965; 2nd printing, 1983.Geologic Maps
Geologic Map of the State of OklahomaGeologic Map of the State of Oklahoma. By H. D. Miser. Scale 1:500,000. In 2 sheets. 1954.Geologic Maps
Guidebook 1Pre-Atokan rocks in western part of the Ozark uplift, northeastern Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman. April 1953. 41 pages, 23 figures, 7 graphic measured sections.Guidebooks
Guidebook 10Common minerals, rocks, and fossils of Oklahoma, by William E. Ham and Neville M. Curtis, Jr. November 1960. 28 pages, 28 figures, 2 tables.Guidebooks
Guidebook 11Guide to Beavers Bend State Park, by William D. Pitt and others. January 1963. 46 pages, 15 figures.Guidebooks
Guidebook 12A guide to the State parks and scenic areas in the Oklahoma Ozarks, by George G. Huffman, Tyson A. Cathey, and James E. Humphrey. March 1963. 95 pages, 56 figures.Guidebooks
Guidebook 13Well-sample descriptions, Anadarko Basin: Sample descriptions and correlations for wells on a cross section from Berber County, Kansas, to Caddo County, Oklahoma, by W. L. Adkison and Mary G. Sheldon. 139 pages, 2 figures, 1 table. September 1963.Guidebooks
Guidebook 14The composite interpretive method of logging drill cuttings, second edition, by John C. Maher. 48 pages, 14 figures, 1 plate, 6 tables. December 1964.Guidebooks
Guidebook 15Guide to Alabaster Cavern and Woodward County, Oklahoma [revised edition], by Arthur J. Myers, Arrell M. Gibson, Bryan P. Glass, and Carol R. Patrick. 38 pages, 41 figures. 1969; 7th printing, 1994. $1.00.Guidebooks
Guidebook 16Late Paleozoic conodonts from the Ouachita and Arbuckle Mountains of Oklahoma, by Maxim K. Elias. 30 pages, 2 plates. 1966.Guidebooks
Guidebook 18Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary in northeastern Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas, by Patrick K. Sutherland and Walter L. Manger, eds., 1977.Guidebooks
Guidebook 19Mississippian-Pennsylvanian shelf-to-basin transition, Ozark and Ouachita regions, Oklahoma and Arkansas (Patrick K. Sutherland and Walter L. Manger, editors). GB for field trip no. 11, May 27-June 1, 1979, Ninth International Congress of Carboniferous Stratigraphy and Geology. 72 pages, 116 figures. 1979; 2nd printing, 1982.Guidebooks
Guidebook 2Desmoinesian rocks of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl C. Branson. May 1954. 41 pages, 17 figures, 6 maps.Guidebooks
Guidebook 20Lower and Middle Pennsylvanian stratigraphy in south-central Oklahoma (Patrick K. Sutherland, editor). GB for field trip no. 2, March 27-28, 1982, Geological Society of America, South-Central Section meeting. 44 pages, 58 figures. 1982.Guidebooks
Guidebook 21Geology of the eastern Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma (M. Charles Gilbert and R. Nowell Donovan, editors). GB for field trip no. 1, March 26-28, 1982, Geological Society of America, South-Central Section meeting. 160 pages, 165 figures, 43 tables. 1982; 2nd printing, 1991.Guidebooks
Guidebook 22Guide to Robbers Cave State Park, by Arthur J. Myers, Dearl T. Russell, George J. Goodman, and Cheryl A. Lawson. 48 pages, 29 figures, 1 plate. 1986.Guidebooks
Guidebook 23Petrology of the Cambrian Wichita Mountains igneous suite (M. Charles Gilbert, editor). GB for field trip no. 7, November 7-9, 1986, Geological Society of America 99th annual meeting. 196 pages, 176 figures, 24 tables. 1986.Guidebooks
Guidebook 24The Slick Hills of Southwestern Oklahoma-Fragments of an Aulacogen? (R. Nowell Donovan, editor). Guidebook for Field Trip 12, November 7-9, 1986, preceeding the 99th annual national meeting of The Geological Society of America, November 10-13, 1986, San Antonio, TX. 112 pages. 1986.Guidebooks
Guidebook 25Shelf-to-basin geology and resources of Pennsylvanian strata in the Arkoma basin and frontal Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). GB for field trip held October 1, 1988, American Institute of Professional Geologists, 25th annual national meeting. 105 pages, 67 figures, 3 tables. 1988.Guidebooks
Guidebook 26Geology of the Arbuckle Mountains along Interstate 35, Carter and Murray Counties, Oklahoma [revised edition], by Robert Oran Fay. Prepared in cooperation with the Ardmore Geological Society. 50 pages, 20 figures, 1 plate. 1989; 2nd printing, 1995.Guidebooks
Guidebook 27Early to middle Paleozoic conodont biostratigraphy of the Arbuckle Mountains, southern Oklahoma (Scott M. Ritter, editor). Guidebook prepared for the Pander Society field trip held March 3-4, 1990 preceeding the Geological Society of America, South-Central Section, 24th annual meeting, March 4-6, 1990. 114 pages, 8 plates. 1990.Guidebooks
Guidebook 28Geology of the Wister State Park area, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 28 pages, 32 figures, 1 plate. 1993.Guidebooks
Guidebook 29Geology and resources of the eastern frontal belt, Ouachita Mountains, and southeastern Arkoma basin, Oklahoma (Neil H. Suneson and LeRoy A. Hemish, editors). GB for field trip held November 15-17, 1994, in Poteau, Oklahoma. 294 pages. 1994.Guidebooks
Guidebook 3Geology of the Arbuckle Mountain region, by William E. Ham. Part I. Geology of the Arbuckle and Timbered Hills group. Part II. Regional stratigraphy and structure of the Arbuckle Mountain region. April 1955. 61 pages, 21 figures, geologic map, 2 tables.Guidebooks
Guidebook 30Stratigraphy and resources of the Krebs Group (Desmoinesian), south-central Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish and Neil H. Suneson. GB for field trip held September 13-14, 1997, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Mid-Continent Section meeting. 83 pages. 1997.Guidebooks
Guidebook 31Geology of the Hartshorne Formation, Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, by Neil H. Suneson. 73 pages, 70 figures, 4 tables, 1 color plate. 1998.Guidebooks
Guidebook 32Stratigraphy and depositional environments of the sandstones of the Springer Formation and the Primrose Member of the Golf Course Formation in the Ardmore basin, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish and Richard D. Andrews. 37 pages, 40 figures. 2001.Guidebooks
Guidebook 33Stratigraphy and facies relationships of the Hunton Group, northern Arbuckle Mountains and Lawrence uplift, Oklahoma, by Thomas M. Stanley. 73 pages, 54 figures, 4 tables, 1 color plate. 2001.Guidebooks
Guidebook 34Stratigraphic 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.Guidebooks
Guidebook 35Guidebook to the Booch Sandstones: Surface to Subsurface Correlations, by Neil H. Suneson and Dan T. Boyd. 96 pages, 112 figures. 2008.Guidebooks
Guidebook 36Stratigraphic Analysis of the Permian Chase Group in Northern Oklahoma - Outcrop Analogs of Reservoir Rocks in the Hugoton Embayment of Northwestern Oklahoma and Southwestern Kansas, by James R. Chaplin, 110 pages. 2010.Guidebooks
Guidebook 37A Guide Prepared for Field Trip 2, April 8-9, 1978, for the AAPG National Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman, 61 pages. 2011.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 (Full Book)Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part IPart I: Stop Descriptions for Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 1New insights into the Early Cambrian igneous and sedimentary history of the Arbuckle Mountains area of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen from basement well penetrations, by Robert E. Puckett, Jr., Richard E. Hanson, Amy M. Eschberger, Matthew E. Brueseke, Casey L. Bulen, and Jonathan D. Price. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 10Petrology and paleomagnetism of the Long Mountain Granite, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma, by Matthew Hamilton, R.D. Elmore, Barry Weaver, and Shannon Dulin. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 11Structural analysis of Sho-Vel-Tum using balanced cross sections, by Molly Carpenter and Bryan Tapp. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 12Structural analysis of the Eola – Robberson Field using balanced cross sections, Garvin County, Oklahoma, by Derya Kilic and Bryan Tapp. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 13An integrated geophysical analysis of crustal structure in the Wichita Uplift region of southern Oklahoma, by Amanda (Rondot) Buckey. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 14The Southern Oklahoma transform-parallel intracratonic fault system, by William A. Thomas. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 15The Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen: It’s a classic, by G. Randy Keller. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 2Major- and trace-element constraints on Cambrian basalt volcanism in the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen from well cuttings in the Arbuckle Mountains region, Oklahoma (U.S.A.), by Matthew E. Brueseke, Casey L. Bulen, and Stanley A. Mertzman. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 3Cambrian(?) Mill Creek diabase dike swarm, eastern Arbuckles: A Glimpse of Cambrian rifting in the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Edward G. Lidiak, Rodger E. Denison, and Robert J. Stern. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 4An Overview of the Carlton Rhyolite Group: Cambrian A-type felsic volcanism in the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Richard E. Hanson and Amy M. Eschberger. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 5Carlton Rhyolite Group and diabase intrusions in the East Timbered Hills, Arbuckle Mountains, by Amy M. Eschberger, Richard E. Hanson, and Robert E. Puckett, Jr. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 6Igneous breccia in the West Timbered Hills, Arbuckle Mountains: Origin from explosive basaltic phreatomagmatic processes, by Amy M. Eschberger and Richard E. Hanson. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 7Carlton Rhyolite Group in the Fort Sill area, Wichita Mountains, by Shane A. Finegan and Richard E. Hanson. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 8Physical volcanology and geochemistry of the Carlton Rhyolite in the Slick Hills, Wichita Mountains, by Richard E. Hanson, Barbara K. Burkholder, R. Nowell Donovan, Jennifer C. Dart, Stephen J. Frazier, David A. McCleery, Christine M. Philips, and Julie B. Pollard. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 38 Part II Research Paper 9The Mount Scott Intrusive Suite, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma, by Jonathan D. Price. In Igneous and Tectonic History of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, by Neil Suneson. 405 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 39The Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma: Their Story Through Time, by Charles Gilbert. 39 pages. 2014.Guidebooks
Guidebook 4Geology of the Turner Turnpike, prepared by Oklahoma Geological Survey, Oklahoma City Geological Society, Tulsa Geological Society, and University of Oklahoma, with sections on Vegetation, by Elroy L. Rice; History, by Gaston Litton; Stratigraphy, by Malcolm C. Oakes and Carl C. Branson; Subsurface geology, by R. P. Clinton, Louise Jordan, and Harry Christian; and Subsurface geology of a part of Lincoln County, by Daniel A. Busch. April 1956. 76 pages, 3 figures, aerial photograph, road log, geologic profile, strip map.Guidebooks
Guidebook 5Geology of the Wichita Mountain region, by William E. Ham, Clifford A. Merritt, and E. A. Frederickson. May 1957. 58 pages, 14 figures, geologic map, 1 table.Guidebooks
Guidebook 6Subsurface stratigraphic names of Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. December 1957. 220 pages, 212 figures.Guidebooks
Guidebook 7Guide to Robber's Cave State Park and Camp Tom Hale, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by Dearl T. Russell. December 1958. 23 pages, 12 figures, 2 plates.Guidebooks
Guidebook 8The composite interpretive method of logging drill cuttings, by John C. Maher. June 1959. 48 pages, 14 figures, 1 plate, 6 tables.Guidebooks
Guidebook 9Guide to Roman Nose State Park, Blaine County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay. August 1959. 31 pages, 9 figures, 4 plates.Guidebooks
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Hydrologic Atlas 1 Plate 1Reconnaissance 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.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 1 Plate 2Reconnaissance 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 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 1 Plate 3Reconnaissance 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 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 1 Plate 4Reconnaissance 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 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 2 Plate 1Reconnaissance 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.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 2 Plate 2Reconnaissance 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 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 2 Plate 3Reconnaissance 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 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 2 Plate 4Reconnaissance 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 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 223 Plate 1Base of Fresh Ground Water in Southern Oklahoma, by Donald L. Hart Jr. Set of 2 maps. Scale 1:250,000. 1966. Plate 1.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 223 Plate 2Base of Fresh Ground Water in Southern Oklahoma, by Donald L. Hart Jr. Set of 2 maps. Scale 1:250,000. 1966. Plate 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 250 Plate 1Availability of Ground Water in Texas County, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and D. L. Hart Jr. Set of 3 maps. Scale 1:125,000. 1967. Plate 1.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 250 Plate 2Availability of Ground Water in Texas County, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and D. L. Hart Jr. Set of 3 maps. Scale 1:125,000. 1967. Plate 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 250 Plate 3Availability of Ground Water in Texas County, Oklahoma, by P. R. Wood and D. L. Hart Jr. Set of 3 maps. Scale 1:125,000. 1967. Plate 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 3 Plate 1Reconnaissance 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.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 3 Plate 2Reconnaissance 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 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 3 Plate 3Reconnaissance 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 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 3 Plate 4Reconnaissance 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 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 373 Plate 1Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by D. B. Sapik and R. L. Goemaat. Scale 1:125,000. 1973. Plate 1.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 373 Plate 2Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by D. B. Sapik and R. L. Goemaat. Scale 1:125,000. 1973. Plate 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 373 Plate 3Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by D. B. Sapik and R. L. Goemaat. Scale 1:125,000. 1973. Plate 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 4 Plate 1Reconnaissance 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.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 4 Plate 2Reconnaissance 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 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 4 Plate 3Reconnaissance 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 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 4 Plate 4Reconnaissance 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 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 450 Plate 1Reconnaissance of the Water Resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by R. B. Morton and R. I. Goemaat. Scale 1:200,000. Set of 3 maps. 1973. Plate 1.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 450 Plate 2Reconnaissance of the Water Resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by R. B. Morton and R. I. Goemaat. Scale 1:200,000. Set of 3 maps. 1973. Plate 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 450 Plate 3Reconnaissance of the Water Resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by R. B. Morton and R. I. Goemaat. Scale 1:200,000. Set of 3 maps. 1973. Plate 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 5 Plate 1Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Clinton quadrangle, west-central Oklahoma, by Jerry E. Carr and DeRoy L. Bergman. Set 32 of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1976. Plate 1.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 5 Plate 2Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Clinton quadrangle, west-central Oklahoma, by Jerry E. Carr and DeRoy L. Bergman. Set 32 of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1976. Plate 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 5 Plate 3Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Clinton quadrangle, west-central Oklahoma, by Jerry E. Carr and DeRoy L. Bergman. Set 32 of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1976. Plate 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 5 Plate 4Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Clinton quadrangle, west-central Oklahoma, by Jerry E. Carr and DeRoy L. Bergman. Set 32 of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1976. Plate 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 6 Plate 1Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Lawton quadrangle, southwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1977. Plate 1.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 6 Plate 2Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Lawton quadrangle, southwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1977. Plate 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 6 Plate 3Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Lawton quadrangle, southwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1977. Plate 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 6 Plate 4Reconnaissance of the water resources of the Lawton quadrangle, southwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. Set of 4 maps (including geologic map), most at a scale of 1:250,000. 1977. Plate 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 7 Plate 1Reconnaissance 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.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 7 Plate 2Reconnaissance 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 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 7 Plate 3Reconnaissance 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 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 7 Plate 4Reconnaissance 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 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 8 Plate 1Reconnaissance 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.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 8 Plate 2Reconnaissance 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 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 8 Plate 3Reconnaissance 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 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 8 Plate 4Reconnaissance 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 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 9 Plate 1Reconnaissance 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.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 9 Plate 2Reconnaissance 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 2.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 9 Plate 3Reconnaissance 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 3.Hydrologic Atlases
Hydrologic Atlas 9 Plate 4Reconnaissance 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 4.Hydrologic Atlases
Information Series 1Mountains, Streams and Lakes of Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 6 pages. 1998.Information Series
Information Series 10Oklahoma oil, natural gas, and our place in the big picture, by Dan T. Boyd. 52 pages. 2004.Information Series
Information Series 11Geologic hazards in Oklahoma, by Kenneth V. Luza and Kenneth S. Johnson. 21 pages. 2005.Information Series
Information Series 12Oklahoma Mineral Locality Index, by Arthur E. Smith, Jr., Robert O. Fay, and Joe Lobell. Reprinted from Rocks and Minerals, Vol. 72, No. 4, 1997. 13 pages. 2008.Information Series
Information Series 13The Barite Roses of Oklahoma, by David London. Reprinted from The Mineralogical Record, July-August 2008. 16 pages. 2009.Information Series
Information Series 14Petrified Wood in Oklahoma, by Neil S. Suneson. 16 pages. 2010.Information Series
Information Series 2Geology and Mineral Resources of Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 4 pages. 1998.Information Series
Information Series 3An Enduring Partnership - Oklahoma and the Petroleum Industry, by the OGS staff. 21 pages. 1997.Information Series
Information Series 4Industrial Mineral Resources of Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 10 pages. 1998Information Series
Information Series 5Geology of Red Rock Canyon State Park, by Neil H. Suneson and Kenneth S. Johnson. 20 pages (previously OF6-96). 1996.Information Series
Information Series 6Gee(whiz)ology of Oklahoma, by Neil H. Suneson. 20 pages. 1999.Information Series
Information Series 7Geology of Arcadia Lake Parks-An Introduction and Field-Trip Guide, by W. Aaron Siemers, Thomas M. Stanley, and Neil H. Suneson. 20 pages. 2000.Information Series
Information Series 8""Is This Dinosaur Dung?"". . . And Other questions Answered by the Oklahoma Geological Survey, compiled by Neil H. Suneson. 35 pages. 2000.Information Series
Information Series 9Oklahoma's Energy Landscape, by Dan Boyd and Brian Cardott. Published for Earth Science Week October 7-13, 2001. 16 pages. 2001.Information Series
International Journal of Coal Geology V. 163Hackley, P. C. and Cardott, B. J. Application of organic petrography in North American shale petroleum systems: A review. International Journal of Coal Geology, Volume 163, 1 June 2016, Pages 8-51.Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
International Journal of Coal Geology V. 169Pickel, W., Kus, J., Flores, D., Christanis, K., Cardott, B. J., Misz-Kennan, M., Rodrigues, S., Hentshcel, A., Hamor-Vido, M., Crosdale, P., Wagner, N. Classification of liptinite – ICCP System 1994. International Journal of Coal Geology, Volume 169, 2 January 2017, Pages 40-61.Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Mineral Report 1Volcanic ash and tripoli, compiled by J. O. Beach. 1938. 27 pages, 1 plate (map), 3 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 10Manganese deposits of Oklahoma, by C. A. Merritt. 1941. 36 pages, 4 figures.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 11Geology of Oklahoma ground water supplies, by Robert H. Dott. 1942. 30 pages, 6 plates (maps), 6 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 12Carbonizing properties of Henryetta bed coal from Atlas No.2 Minet Henryetta, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma (preliminary report), by Joseph D. Davis and D. A. Reynolds. 1941. 8 pages, 7 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 13Mineral production of Oklahoma 1885-1940, compiled by J. O. Beach. 1942. 38 pages, 5 figures 4 plates (maps).Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 14The possibility of magnesia from Oklahoma oil field brines, by A. L. Burwell. 1943. 26 pages, 1 figured 6 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 15Carbonizing properties of McAlester bed coal from Dow No. 10 mine, Dow, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by Joseph D. Davis and D. A. Reynolds. 1942. 10 pages, 1 figure 7 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 16Geology and chemical composition of the St. Clair limestone near Marble City, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham, R. H. Dott, A. L. Burwell, and M. C. Oakes. 1943. 24 pages, 2 plates.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 17Bibliography of oil pool names in Oklahoma for 1942, by Alan G. Skelton. 1944. 48 pages.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 18Ground-water irrigation in the Duke area, Jackson and Greer Counties, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. 1948. 10 pages, 1 plate, 1 table.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 19Ground water in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. 1949. 23 pages, 1 plate (map), 3 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 2Phosphate, compiled by M. C. Oakes. 1938. 24 pages, 1 figure. 1 plate (map), 1 table.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 20Ground water supplies in the Oklahoma City area, Oklahoma, by C. L. Jacobsen and E. W. Reed. 1949. 21 pages, 2 figures.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 21Ground water in the Cherokee area, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. 1950. 17 pages, 1 plate, 5 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 22Ground water in the Pond Creek basin, Caddo County, Oklahoma, by Leon V. Davis. 1950. 23 pages, 5 figures, 1 plate (map), 6 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 23Oil possibilities near Idabel, McCurtain County, by L. V. Davis. 1953. 26 pages, 3 figures, 1 plate (map), 2 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 24Lightweight aggregate from certain Oklahoma shales, by A. L. Burwell. September 1954. 24 pages, 3 figures, 7 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 25Mineral industry of Oklahoma in 1952, by F. F. Netzeband, W. E. Ham, and J. H. Warren. November 1954. 26 pages, 7 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 26Occurrence of radioactive material in sandstone lenses of southwestern Oklahoma, by Gerald W. Chase. November 1954. 7 pages, 1 plate (map).Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 27Uranium in Oklahoma, 1955, by Carl C. Branson, A. L. Burwell, and G. W. Chase. September 1955. 22 pages, 2 plates (maps). Supersedes Mineral Report 26.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 28The Henryhouse marlstone in the Lawrence uplift, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, and its commercial possibilities, by Albert L. Burwell, with a section on General geology, by William E. Ham. November 1955. 21 pages, 2 figures, 5 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 29An investigation of industrial possibilities of Oklahoma gypsum and anhydrite, by Albert L. Burwell. November 1955. 21 pages, 1 figure (map).Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 3Glass sands, compiled by Charles N. Gould and J. O. Beach. 1939. 21 pages, 1 figure (map).Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 30Asphaltite in the Ouachita Mountains of southeastern Oklahoma, by William E. Ham. February 1956. 12 pages, 1 figure (map), 3 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 31The mineral industries of Oklahoma in 1954 and 1955, by P. E. Tribble, F. F. Netzeband, and W. E. Ham. March 1956. 13 pages, 3 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 32The mineral industries of Oklahoma in 1955 and 1956, by Peter Grandone and William E. Ham. May 1957. 13 pages, 3 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 33Uranium-bearing carbonaceous nodules in Oklahoma, by James W. Hill. September 1957. 8 pages, 2 figures (l map), 1 plate.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 34The mineral industries of Oklahoma in 1956 and 1957, by Peter Grandone and William E. Ham. May 1958. 24 pages, 13 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 35Gypsum resources in the Clinton-Weathertord district, by William E. Ham and Neville M. Curtis, Jr. June 1958. 32 pages, 2 figures, 5 plates, 4 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 36The mineral industries of Oklahoma in 1957 and 1958, by Peter Grandone, L. E. Edwards, and William E. Ham. March 1959. 24 pages, 13 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 4Iron ores, by C. A. Merritt. 1940. 38 pages, 1 figure (map).Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 5Limestone analyses, by S. G. English Robert H. Dott , and J. O. Beach. 1940. 28 pages, 1 plate (map), 3 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 6Dolomite and magnesium limestone, by J. O. Beach and S. G. English. 1940. 20 pages, 3 tables.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 7A selective bibliography on the theories of the origin of petroleum, compiled by Alan G. Skelton and Martha B. Skelton. 1942. 14 pages.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 8Copper in the ""Red Beds"" of Oklahoma, by C. A. Merritt. 1940. 20 pages.Mineral Reports
Mineral Report 9Raw materials used in glass making, by Jay Randolph. 1941. 21 pages.Mineral Reports
OGQ-1 BWGeologic map of the Higgins 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-1 ColorGeologic map of the Higgins 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-1 GISGeologic map of the Higgins 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-10 BWGeologic map of the Blackjack Ridge 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-10 ColorGeologic map of the Blackjack Ridge 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-10 GISGeologic map of the Blackjack Ridge 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-11 BWGeologic map of the Gowen 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1992. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-92.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-11 ColorGeologic map of the Gowen 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1992. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-92.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-11 GISGeologic map of the Gowen 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1992. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-92.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-12 BWGeologic map of the Summerfield 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and C. Mazengarb. 1992. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-92.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-12 ColorGeologic map of the Summerfield 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and C. Mazengarb. 1992. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-92.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-12 GISGeologic map of the Summerfield 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and C. Mazengarb. 1992. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-92.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-13 BWGeologic map of the Hodgen 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish. 1993. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-93.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-14 Sheet 1 BWSheet 1 for Geologic map of the Hontubby and Loving 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by C. Mazengarb and L.A. Hemish. 1993. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-93.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-14 Sheet 2 BWSheet 2 for Geologic map of the Hontubby and Loving 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by C. Mazengarb and L.A. Hemish. 1993. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-93.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-15 BWGeologic map of the Wister 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1993. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-93.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-16 BWGeologic map of the Heavener and Bates 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1994. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-94.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-17 BWGeologic map of the Adamson 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1995. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-95.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-17 ColorGeologic map of the Adamson 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1995. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-95.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-17 GISGeologic map of the Adamson 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1995. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-95.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-18 ColorGeologic map of the Hartshorne 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-18 GISGeologic map of the Hartshorne 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-18 Sheet 1 BWSheet 1 for Geologic map of the Hartshorne 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-18 Sheet 2 BWSheet 2 for Geologic map of the Hartshorne 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-19 BWGeologic map of the Krebs 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-19 ColorGeologic map of the Krebs 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-19 GISGeologic map of the Krebs 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-2 BWGeologic map of the Damon 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-2 ColorGeologic map of the Damon 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-2 GISGeologic map of the Damon 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-20 BWGeologic map of the Hartshorne SW 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF8-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-20 ColorGeologic map of the Hartshorne SW 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF8-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-20 GISGeologic map of the Hartshorne SW 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish. 1996. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF8-96.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-21 BWGeologic map of the McAlester 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1997. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-97.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-21 ColorGeologic map of the McAlester 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1997. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-97.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-21 GISGeologic map of the McAlester 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1997. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-97.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-22 BWGeologic map of the Savanna 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1997. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF6-97.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-22 ColorGeologic map of the Savanna 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1997. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF6-97.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-22 GISGeologic map of the Savanna 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson. 1997. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF6-97.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-23 ColorGeologic map of the Oklahoma City SW 7.5' quadrangle, Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-23 GISGeologic map of the Oklahoma City SW 7.5' quadrangle, Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-24 ColorGeologic map of the Oklahoma City SE 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF6-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-24 GISGeologic map of the Oklahoma City SE 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF6-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-25 ColorGeologic map of the Moore 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF7-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-25 GISGeologic map of the Moore 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF7-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-26 ColorGeologic map of the Franklin 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF8-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-26 GISGeologic map of the Franklin 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2001. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF8-2001.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-27 ColorGeologic map of the Blanchard 7.5' quadrangle, Grady and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-27 GISGeologic map of the Blanchard 7.5' quadrangle, Grady and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-28 ColorGeologic map of the Newcastle 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-28 GISGeologic map of the Newcastle 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-29 ColorGeologic map of the Norman 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF11-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-29 GISGeologic map of the Norman 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and McClain Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF11-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-3 BWGeologic map of the Baker Mountain 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-3 ColorGeologic map of the Baker Mountain 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-3 GISGeologic map of the Baker Mountain 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1989. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-89.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-30 ColorGeologic map of the Denver 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF12-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-30 GISGeologic map of the Denver 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2002. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF12-2002.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-31 ColorGeologic map of the Luther 7.5' quadrangle, Lincoln, Logan, and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-31 GISGeologic map of the Luther 7.5' quadrangle, Lincoln, Logan, and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-32 ColorGeologic map of the Horseshoe Lake 7.5' quadrangle, Lincoln and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-32 GISGeologic map of the Horseshoe Lake 7.5' quadrangle, Lincoln and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-33 ColorGeologic map of the Harrah 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland, Lincoln, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-33 GISGeologic map of the Harrah 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland, Lincoln, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-34 ColorGeologic map of the Stella 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and Pottawatomie Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-34 GISGeologic map of the Stella 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and Pottawatomie Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-35 ColorGeologic map of the Little Axe 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and Potawatomie Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-35 GISGeologic map of the Little Axe 7.5' quadrangle, Cleveland and Potawatomie Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2003. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-36 ColorGeologic map of the Guymon 30' X 60' quadrangle, Texas County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF9-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-36 GISGeologic map of the Guymon 30' X 60' quadrangle, Texas County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF9-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-37 ColorGeologic map of the Beaver 30' X 60' quadrangle, Beaver, Ellis, Harper, and Texas Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF10-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-37 GISGeologic map of the Beaver 30' X 60' quadrangle, Beaver, Ellis, Harper, and Texas Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF10-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-38 ColorGeologic map of the Oklahoma City 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF11-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-38 GISGeologic map of the Oklahoma City 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF11-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-39 ColorGeologic map of the Buffalo 30' X 60' quadrangle, Ellis, Harper, Woods, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF12-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-39 GISGeologic map of the Buffalo 30' X 60' quadrangle, Ellis, Harper, Woods, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF12-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-4 BWGeologic map of the Panola 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-4 ColorGeologic map of the Panola 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-4 GISGeologic map of the Panola 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-40 ColorGeologic map of the Woodward 30' X 60' quadrangle, Ellis, Dewey, Roger Mills, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF13-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-40 GISGeologic map of the Woodward 30' X 60' quadrangle, Ellis, Dewey, Roger Mills, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF13-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-41 ColorGeologic map of the Fairview 30' X 60' quadrangle, Alfalfa, Blaine, Dewey, Garfield, Kingfisher, Major, Woods, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley, G.W. Miller, and N.H. Suneson. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF14-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-41 GISGeologic map of the Fairview 30' X 60' quadrangle, Alfalfa, Blaine, Dewey, Garfield, Kingfisher, Major, Woods, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley, G.W. Miller, and N.H. Suneson. Scale 1:100,000. 2002. Previously OF14-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-42 ColorGeologic map of the Alva 30' X 60' quadrangle, Alfalfa, Grant, Major, Woods, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. Scale 1:100,000. 2003. Previously OF16-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-42 GISGeologic map of the Alva 30' X 60' quadrangle, Alfalfa, Grant, Major, Woods, and Woodward Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. Scale 1:100,000. 2003. Previously OF16-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-43 ColorGeologic map of the Boise City 30' X 60' quadrangle, Cimarron and Texas Counties, Oklahoma, by K.V. Luza and R.O. Fay. Scale 1:100,000. 2003. Previously OF17-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-43 GISGeologic map of the Boise City 30' X 60' quadrangle, Cimarron and Texas Counties, Oklahoma, by K.V. Luza and R.O. Fay. Scale 1:100,000. 2003. Previously OF17-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-44 ColorGeologic map of the Elk City 30' X 60' quadrangle, Beckham, Custer, Greer, Harmon, Kiowa, Roger Mills, and Washita Counties, Oklahoma, by K.S. Johnson, T.M. Stanley, and G.W. Miller. Scale 1:100,000. 2003. Previously OF20-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-44 GISGeologic map of the Elk City 30' X 60' quadrangle, Beckham, Custer, Greer, Harmon, Kiowa, Roger Mills, and Washita Counties, Oklahoma, by K.S. Johnson, T.M. Stanley, and G.W. Miller. Scale 1:100,000. 2003. Previously OF20-2003.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-45 ColorGeologic map of the Mustang 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma, Canadian, and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-45 GISGeologic map of the Mustang 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma, Canadian, and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-46 ColorGeologic map of the Midwest City 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-46 GISGeologic map of the Midwest City 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-47 ColorGeologic map of the Choctaw 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-47 GISGeologic map of the Choctaw 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 2000. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-48 ColorGeologic map of the Bethany 7.5' quadrangle, Canadian and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson, T.M. Stanley, and J.D. Price. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-48 GISGeologic map of the Bethany 7.5' quadrangle, Canadian and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson, T.M. Stanley, and J.D. Price. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-49 ColorGeologic map of the Britton 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-49 GISGeologic map of the Britton 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and T.M. Stanley. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF5-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-5 BWGeologic map of the Wilburton 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-5 ColorGeologic map of the Wilburton 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-5 GISGeologic map of the Wilburton 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-50 ColorGeologic map of the Spencer 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma County, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF6-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-50 GISGeologic map of the Spencer 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma County, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF6-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-51 ColorGeologic map of the Jones 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF7-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-51 GISGeologic map of the Jones 7.5' quadrangle, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and N.H. Suneson. 1999. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF7-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-52 ColorGeologic map of the Piedmont 7.5' quadrangle, Kingfisher, Logan, Canadian, and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish, 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF8-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-52 GISGeologic map of the Piedmont 7.5' quadrangle, Kingfisher, Logan, Canadian, and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish, 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF8-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-53 ColorGeologic map of the Bethany NE 7.5' quadrangle, Logan and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish, 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF9-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-53 GISGeologic map of the Bethany NE 7.5' quadrangle, Logan and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and L.A. Hemish, 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF9-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-54 ColorGeologic map of the Edmond 7.5' quadrangle, Logan and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF10-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-54 GISGeologic map of the Edmond 7.5' quadrangle, Logan and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF10-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-55 ColorGeologic map of the Arcadia 7.5' quadrangle, Logan and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF11-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-55 GISGeologic map of the Arcadia 7.5' quadrangle, Logan and Oklahoma Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1998. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF11-2004.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-56 ColorGeologic map of the Sageeyah 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers County, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2004. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-56 GISGeologic map of the Sageeyah 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers County, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2004. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-57 ColorGeologic map of the Claremore 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2004. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-57 GISGeologic map of the Claremore 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2004. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-58 ColorGeologic map of the Anadarko 30' X 60' quadrangle, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Grady, Kiowa and Washita Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2004. Scale 1:100,000. Previously OF4-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-58 GISGeologic map of the Anadarko 30' X 60' quadrangle, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Grady, Kiowa and Washita Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2004. Scale 1:100,000. Previously OF4-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-59 ColorGeologic map of the Oklahoma part of the Altus 30' X 60' quadrangle, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2004. Scale 1:100,000. Previously OF5-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-59 GISGeologic map of the Oklahoma part of the Altus 30' X 60' quadrangle, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2004. Scale 1:100,000. Previously OF5-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-6 BWGeologic map of the Red Oak 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-6 ColorGeologic map of the Red Oak 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-6 GISGeologic map of the Red Oak 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer County, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish, N.H. Suneson, and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF3-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-60 ColorGeologic map of the Oklahoma part of the Vernon 30' X 60' quadrangle, Jackson and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2004. Scale 1:100,000. Previously OF6-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-60 GISGeologic map of the Oklahoma part of the Vernon 30' X 60' quadrangle, Jackson and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2004. Scale 1:100,000. Previously OF6-2005.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-61 ColorGeologic map of the Sperry 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2005. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-61 GISGeologic map of the Sperry 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2005. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-62 ColorGeologic map of the Collinsville 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2005. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-62 GISGeologic map of the Collinsville 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2005. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-63 ColorGeologic map of the Lawton 30' X 60' quadrangle, Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Grady, Kiowa, Stephens, and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2005. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-63 GISGeologic map of the Lawton 30' X 60' quadrangle, Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Grady, Kiowa, Stephens, and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2005. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-64 ColorGeologic map of the Catoosa 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2006. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-64 GISGeologic map of the Catoosa 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2006. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-65 ColorGeologic map of the Oklahoma part of the Burkburnett 30' X 60' quadrangle, Comanche, Cotton, Jefferson, Stephens, and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2006. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-65 GISGeologic map of the Oklahoma part of the Burkburnett 30' X 60' quadrangle, Comanche, Cotton, Jefferson, Stephens, and Tillman Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2006. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-66 ColorGeologic map of the Picher 7.5' quadrangle, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and K.V. Luza. 2006. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-66 GISGeologic map of the Picher 7.5' quadrangle, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and K.V. Luza. 2006. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-67 ColorGeologic map of the Oneta 7.5' quadrangle, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2007. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-67 GISGeologic map of the Oneta 7.5' quadrangle, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2007. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-68 ColorGeologic map of the Coweta 7.5' quadrangle, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2007. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-68 GISGeologic map of the Coweta 7.5' quadrangle, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2007. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-69 ColorGeologic map of the Ponca City 30' X 60' quadrangle, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble, Osage, and Pawnee Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2007. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-69 GISGeologic map of the Ponca City 30' X 60' quadrangle, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble, Osage, and Pawnee Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2007. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-7 BWGeologic map of the Talihina 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-7 ColorGeologic map of the Talihina 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-7 GISGeologic map of the Talihina 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by N.H. Suneson and C.A. Ferguson. 1990. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF4-90.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-70 ColorGeologic map of the Mingo 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers, Tulsa, and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2006. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-70 GISGeologic map of the Mingo 7.5' quadrangle, Rogers, Tulsa, and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by G.W. Miller and T.M. Stanley. 2006. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-71 ColorGeologic map of the Broken Arrow 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2008. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-71 GISGeologic map of the Broken Arrow 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2008. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-72 ColorGeologic map of the Leonard 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2008. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-72 GISGeologic map of the Leonard 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa and Wagoner Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2008. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-73 ColorGeologic map of the Enid 30' X 60' quadrangle, Garfield, Kingfisher, Logan, Noble, Osage, Pawnee, and Payne Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2008. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-73 GISGeologic map of the Enid 30' X 60' quadrangle, Garfield, Kingfisher, Logan, Noble, Osage, Pawnee, and Payne Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.W. Miller. 2008. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-74 ColorGeologic map compilation of the Oklahoma City Metro Area, Central Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.R. Standridge. 2008. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-74 GISGeologic map compilation of the Oklahoma City Metro Area, Central Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and G.R. Standridge. 2008. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-75 ColorGeologic map of the Bixby 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2009. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-75 GISGeologic map of the Bixby 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2009. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-76 ColorGeologic map of the Sapulpa South 7.5' quadrangle, Creek and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2009. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-76 GISGeologic map of the Sapulpa South 7.5' quadrangle, Creek and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2009. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-77A ColorPreliminary geologic map of the Watonga 30' X 60' quadrangle, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Dewey, and Kingfisher Counties, Oklahoma. R.O. Fay. 2010. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-77A GISPreliminary geologic map of the Watonga 30' X 60' quadrangle, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Dewey, and Kingfisher Counties, Oklahoma. R.O. Fay. 2010. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-78A ColorPreliminary geologic map of the Foss Reservoir 30' X 60' quadrangle, Beckham, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, and Roger Mills Counties, Oklahoma. R.O. Fay. 2010. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-78A GISPreliminary geologic map of the Foss Reservoir 30' X 60' quadrangle, Beckham, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, and Roger Mills Counties, Oklahoma. R.O. Fay. 2010. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-79 ColorGeologic map of the Sand Springs 7.5' quadrangle, Osage and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2010. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-79 GISGeologic map of the Sand Springs 7.5' quadrangle, Osage and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2010. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-8 BWGeologic map of the Leflore 7.5' quadrangle, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-8 ColorGeologic map of the Leflore 7.5’ quadrangle, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-8 GISGeologic map of the Leflore 7.5’ quadrangle, Latimer and Le Flore Counties, Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF1-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-80 ColorGeologic map of the Wekiwa 7.5' quadrangle, Osage, Pawnee, and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley. 2010. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-80 GISGeologic map of the Wekiwa 7.5' quadrangle, Osage, Pawnee, and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley. 2010. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-81 ColorGeologic map of the Pauls Valley 30' X 60' quadrangle (Preliminary), Carter, Cleveland, Garvin, Grady, McClain, Murray, Pottawatomie, and Stephens Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2010. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-81 GISGeologic map of the Pauls Valley 30' X 60' quadrangle (Preliminary), Carter, Cleveland, Garvin, Grady, McClain, Murray, Pottawatomie, and Stephens Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2010. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-82 ColorGeologic map of the Lake Sahoma 7.5' quadrangle, Creek and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2011. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-82 GISGeologic map of the Lake Sahoma 7.5' quadrangle, Creek and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2011. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-83 ColorGeologic map of the Sapulpa North 7.5' quadrangle, Creek and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2011. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-83 GISGeologic map of the Sapulpa North 7.5' quadrangle, Creek and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2011. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-84 ColorGeologic map of the Kellyville 7.5' quadrangle, Creek County, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2012. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-84 GISGeologic map of the Kellyville 7.5' quadrangle, Creek County, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2012. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-85 ColorGeologic map of the Jenks 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2012. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-85 GISGeologic map of the Jenks 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2012. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-86 ColorPreliminary geologic map of the Ardmore 30' X 60' quadrangle and the Oklahoma part of the Gainesville 30' X 60' quadrangle, Carter, Jefferson, Love, Murray, and Stephens Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2012. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-86 GISPreliminary geologic map of the Ardmore 30' X 60' quadrangle and the Oklahoma part of the Gainesville 30' X 60' quadrangle, Carter, Jefferson, Love, Murray, and Stephens Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2012. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-87 ColorGeologic map of the Tulsa 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley. 2013. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-87 GISGeologic map of the Tulsa 7.5' quadrangle, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley. 2013. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-88 ColorGeologic map of the Tishomingo 30' X 60' quadrangle and the Oklahoma part of the Sherman 30' X 60' quadrangle, Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray, and Pontotoc Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2013. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-88 GISGeologic map of the Tishomingo 30' X 60' quadrangle and the Oklahoma part of the Sherman 30' X 60' quadrangle, Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray, and Pontotoc Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2013. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-89 ColorGeologic map of the Vanoss 7.5' quadrangle, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2014. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-89 GISGeologic map of the Vanoss 7.5' quadrangle, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2014. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-9 BWGeologic map of the Leflore SE 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County , Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-9 ColorGeologic map of the Leflore SE 7.5' quadrangle, Le Flore County , Oklahoma, by L.A. Hemish and N.H. Suneson. 1991. Scale 1:24,000. Previously OF2-91.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-90 ColorGeologic map of the Roff North 7.5' quadrangle, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2015. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-90 GISGeologic map of the Roff North 7.5' quadrangle, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2015. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-91 ColorGeologic map of the Pawhuska 30' X 60' quadrangle, Kay, Noble, Osage, and Pawnee Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2015. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-91 GISGeologic map of the Pawhuska 30' X 60' quadrangle, Kay, Noble, Osage, and Pawnee Counties, Oklahoma. T.M. Stanley and J.M. Chang. 2015. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-92 ColorGeologic map of the Keystone Lake 30' X 60' quadrangle, Creek, Noble, Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Osage, Tulsa, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2016. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-92 GISGeologic map of the Keystone Lake 30' X 60' quadrangle, Creek, Noble, Osage, Pawnee, Payne, Osage, Tulsa, and Washington Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2016. Scale 1:100,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-93 ColorGeologic map of the Ada 7.5' quadrangle, Pontotoc and Seminole Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2016. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-93 GISGeologic map of the Ada 7.5' quadrangle, Pontotoc and Seminole Counties, Oklahoma. J.M. Chang and T.M. Stanley. 2016. Scale 1:24,000. Mapped through the STATEMAP program.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-94 ColorGeologic map of the Bristow 30’ X 60’ quadrangle, Creek, Lincoln, Okmulgee, Payne, and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2017. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-94 GISGeologic map of the Bristow 30’ X 60’ quadrangle, Creek, Lincoln, Okmulgee, Payne, and Tulsa Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley. 2017. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-95 ColorGeologic map of the Shawnee 30' X 60' quadrangle, Hughes, Lincoln, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Pittsburg, Pottawatomie, and Seminole Counties, Oklahoma, by S.C. Evans and T.M. Stanley. 2018.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-95 GISGeologic map of the Shawnee 30' X 60' quadrangle, Hughes, Lincoln, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Pittsburg, Pottawatomie, and Seminole Counties, Oklahoma, by S.C. Evans and T.M. Stanley. 2018.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-96 ColorGeologic map of the Miami NW 7.5' quadrangle, Craig and Ottawa Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and S.C. Evans. 2019. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-96 GISGeologic map of the Miami NW 7.5' quadrangle, Craig and Ottawa Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and S.C. Evans. 2019. Scale 1:24,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
OGQ-97 ColorGeologic map of the Ada 30' X 60' quadrangle, Atoka, Coal, Garvin, Hughes, Johnston, McClain, Murray, Pittsburg, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie, and Seminole Counties, Oklahoma, by T.M. Stanley and S.C. Evans, 2020. Scale 1:100,000.Oklahoma Geologic Quadrangles
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Open-File Report 1-2020Generalized Contours: Top of the Arbuckle Group, Modified by Jock A. Campbell, Stacey C. Evans, and G. Russell Standridge. 2020.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 1-42Catalog of 100 Minerals, Rocks, and Fossils from Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham. 90 pages. 1942.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 1-83Seismicity and Tectonic Relationship of the Nemaha Uplift in Oklahoma Part V Final Report, by K. V. Luza and J. E. Lawson, Jr. Prepared for the U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. 116 pages. 1983.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 1-87Ouachita Mountains frontal belt field trip, April 2-4, 1987, by Neil H. Suneson and Charles A. Ferguson. 37 pages. 1987.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 1-95The geology of the Broken Bow uplift-an introduction and field-trip guide, by Neil H. Suneson. Prepared for a meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Science, April 22, 1995, Beavers Bend State Park, Oklahoma. 28 pages. 1995.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 1-97The geology of the Gulf Coastal Plain in Marshall County, Oklahoma: an introduction and field-trip guide, by Neil H. Suneson. Prepared for a meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Science, April 18-20, 1997, Kingston, Oklahoma. 29 pages. 1997.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 1-98The geology of the Gypsum Hills in Woodward and Major Counties, Oklahoma: an introduction and field-trip guide, by Neil H. Suneson. Prepared for annual meeting of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, May 30, 1998, Boiling Springs State Park, Woodward, Oklahoma. 18 pages. 1998.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 10-2002Field trip guidebook for 62nd annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (Roger Burkhalter, Nicholas Czaplewski, and Richard Lupia, editors). 87 pages. 2002.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 10-2018Elevation, Thickness, and Lithofacies of the Pennsylvanian Morrowan Series Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 11-2018Elevation, Thickness, and Lithofacies of the Pennsylvanian Atokan and Desmoinesian Series Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 12-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Blaine County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 12-2018Elevation, Thickness, and Lithofacies of the Pennsylvanian Missourian and Virgilian Series Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 13-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Canadian County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 13-2018Elevation, Thickness, and Lithofacies of the Permian Wolfcampian Series Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 14-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Carter County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 14-2018Elevation, Thickness, and Lithofacies of the Permian Leonardian Series Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 15-2003Field guide to geologic features of Roman Nose State Park and surrounding areas, by James R. Chaplin, Kenneth V. Luza, and Luis Rodriguez. Prepared for the annual state meeting of the Oklahoma Section of the American Institute of Professional Geologists, May 2-4, 2003, Roman Nose State Park, Oklahoma. 32 pages. 2003.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 15-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Creek County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 15-2018Elevation, Thickness, and Lithofacies of the Permian Guadalupian Series Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 16-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Custer County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 16-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Triassic and Cretaceous Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 17-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Dewey County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 17-2018Preliminary Structure Map of the Woodford Shale of Oklahoma, by Stacey C. Evans, Justin P. Allen, and David P. Brown. 1 Plate. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 17-2018 SupplementSupplement for Preliminary Structure Map of the Woodford Shale of Oklahoma, by Stacey C. Evans, Justin P. Allen, and David P. Brown. 1 Plate. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 18-2003A history of Midcontinent mineral discoveries, by Robert O. Fay. 25 pages. 2003.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 18-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Ellisl County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 18-2018Salt Deposits in the United States and Regional Geologic Characteristics Important for Storage of Radioactive Waste, by Kenneth S. Johnson and Serge Gonzales. 1978.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 19-2003Applied geology for the petroleum engineer, by Roger M. Slatt. Slides from a workshop given August 20, 2003, Norman, Oklahoma. 300 pages. 2003.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 19-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Garvin County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 19-2018Evaluation of Permian Salt Deposits in the Texas Panhandle and Western Oklahoma for Underground Storage of Radioactive Wastes, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 1976.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2000Oklahoma coalbed-methane workshop, compiled by Brian J. Cardott. Prepared as a supplement to Open-File Report Report 6-99 (listed above). 81 pages. 2000.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2001Oklahoma coalbed-methane workshop 2001, compiled by Brian J. Cardott. Prepared for a workshop co-sponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, October 10, 2001, Poteau, Oklahoma. 151 pages. 2001.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2006Oklahoma asphaltic deposits - field sheets and map (The Goodrich File) Prepared in 1943 - 1944 by Harold B. Goodrich. 133 pages. 1 Plate. Scale 1:500,000. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2006 Plate 1Plate 1 for Oklahoma asphaltic deposits - field sheets and map (The Goodrich File) Prepared in 1943 - 1944 by Harold B. Goodrich. 133 pages. Scale 1:500,000. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2008Oklahoma Gas Shales. Leaders: Stanley T. Paxton and Brian J. Cardott. October 21 & 23, 2008. 87 pages. 2008.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2014Preliminary Analysis of Seismicity Near Eagleton 1-29, Carter County, July 2014. Amberlee Darold, Austin A. Holland, Chen Chen, Amie Youngblood.16 pages. 2014.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2015Characterizing Small-Scale Permeability of the Arbuckle Group, Oklahoma. B. Chance Morgan and Kyle E. Murray. 16 pages. 2015.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2016Supplement for Comprehensive Fault Database and Interpretive Fault Map of Oklahoma, by Stephen Marsh and Austin Holland. 2 plates with supplement. 15 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2016Comprehensive Fault Database and Interpretive Fault Map of Oklahoma, by Stephen Marsh and Austin Holland. 2 plates with supplement. 15 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2016 Plate 1Plate 1 for Comprehensive Fault Database and Interpretive Fault Map of Oklahoma, by Stephen Marsh and Austin Holland. 2 plates with supplement. 15 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2016 Plate 2Plate 2 for Comprehensive Fault Database and Interpretive Fault Map of Oklahoma, by Stephen Marsh and Austin Holland. 2 plates with supplement. 15 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2017Map of Eastern Oklahoma Showing Location of Coal Mines Active in 1975, by Samuel A. Friedman. 1 Plate. 1976.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Arbuckle Group in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 3 pages, 3 plates with supplement. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2018 SupplementSupplement for Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Arbuckle Group in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 3 pages, 3 plates with supplement. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-2019Geology of salt plains on the Cimarron River in northwest Oklahoma: Big Salt Plain, Little Salt Plain, Salt Creek Canyon, and Okeene Salt Plain, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 50 Pages. 4 Plates. 2019.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-95The 1995 AIPG Oklahoma Section convention field trip, by Larry C. Simpson. Prepared for the Fossil Heaven trip, April 23, 1995, near Lake Texoma, Oklahoma. 41 pages. 1995.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-96The geology of the Ardmore basin in the Lake Murray State Park area, Oklahoma: an introduction and field-trip guide, by Neil H. Suneson. Prepared for a meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Science, April 26-28, 1996, Lake Murray State Park, Ardmore, Oklahoma. 32 pages. 1996.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-97Stratigraphic units in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and adjacent areas, by Robert O. Fay. 1997. Book, 229 pages; 4 hand-drafted correlation charts, approximately 3' x 6.5' each.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-97 Plate 1Plate 1 for Stratigraphic units in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and adjacent areas, by Robert O. Fay. 1997. Book, 229 pages; 4 hand-drafted correlation charts, approximately 3' x 6.5' each.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-97 Plate 2Plate 2 for Stratigraphic units in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and adjacent areas, by Robert O. Fay. 1997. Book, 229 pages; 4 hand-drafted correlation charts, approximately 3' x 6.5' each.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-97 Plate 3Plate 3 for Stratigraphic units in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and adjacent areas, by Robert O. Fay. 1997. Book, 229 pages; 4 hand-drafted correlation charts, approximately 3' x 6.5' each.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 2-97 Plate 4Plate 4 for Stratigraphic units in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, and adjacent areas, by Robert O. Fay. 1997. Book, 229 pages; 4 hand-drafted correlation charts, approximately 3' x 6.5' each.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 20-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Grady County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 20-2018Shales and Other Argillaceous Strata in the United States, by Kenneth S. Johnson and Serge Gonzales. 1985.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 21-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Haskell County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 21-2018Well-Log Characterization of the Arbuckle Group in Central and Northern Oklahoma: Interpretation of the Impact of its Depositional and Post-Depositional History on Injection Induced Seismicity, by Kurt Rottmann. 80 pages. 4 Plates. 1 Table. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 21-2018 PlatesPlates for Well-Log Characterization of the Arbuckle Group in Central and Northern Oklahoma: Interpretation of the Impact of its Depositional and Post-Depositional History on Injection Induced Seismicity, by Kurt Rottmann. 80 pages. 4 Plates. 1 Table. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 21-2018 TableTable for Well-Log Characterization of the Arbuckle Group in Central and Northern Oklahoma: Interpretation of the Impact of its Depositional and Post-Depositional History on Injection Induced Seismicity, by Kurt Rottmann. 80 pages. 4 Plates. 1 Table. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 22-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Hughes County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 23-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 24-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Latimer County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 25-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 26-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Lincoln County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 27-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, McClain County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 28-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 29-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Muskogee County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2006Asphalts, asphaltites, asphaltic pyrobitumens in Oklahoma (The Goodrich File). Prepared in 1943 - 1944 and added to in 1963-1964, by Harold B. Goodrich with additions by Louise Jordan. 330 pages. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2015Preliminary Fault Map of Oklahoma by Austin A. Holland. 1 plate with supplement. 2015.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2015 SupplementSupplement for Preliminary Fault Map of Oklahoma by Austin A. Holland. 1 plate with supplement. 2015.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2016The Simpson Play (Including Parts of the Arbuckle & Viola), by Ray Suhm. 15 plates with supplement. 115 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2016 PlatesThe Simpson Play (Including Parts of the Arbuckle & Viola), by Ray Suhm. 15 plates with supplement. 115 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2016 SupplementThe Simpson Play (Including Parts of the Arbuckle & Viola), by Ray Suhm. 15 plates with supplement. 115 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2016 TableThe Simpson Play (Including Parts of the Arbuckle & Viola), by Ray Suhm. 15 plates with supplement. 115 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2017Map of Eastern Oklahoma Showing Location of Coal Mines Active in 1976, by Samuel A. Friedman. 1 Plate. 1977.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Simpson Group in Oklahoma and Surrounding States by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 Table, 3 Plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2018 SupplementSupplement for Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Simpson Group in Oklahoma and Surrounding States by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 Table, 3 Plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-2019Geologic studies, natural-brine emissions, and hourglass-selenite crystals at Great Salt Plains on Salt Fork Arkansas River, northwest Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson. 29 Pages. 2019.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-95Stratigraphy and sedimentation of some selected Pennsylvanian (Atokan-Desmoinesian) strata in the southeastern part of the Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish, Neil H. Suneson, and James R. Chaplin. Prepared for the Midcontinent Pennsylvanian Stratigraphic Working Group Field Conference, May 20-21, 1995, southeastern Oklahoma. 107 pages. 1995.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 3-97The marine Tonkawa sands: natural gas and associated liquids production in the Anadarko basin, by Carlyle Hinshaw and Kurt Rottmann. Prepared as a supplement to Special Publication 97-3. 57 pages. 1997.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 30-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Nowata County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 31-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 32-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 33-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Payne County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 34-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 35-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 36-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 37-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 38-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Rogers County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 39-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Seminole County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-2001Geologic map of the western Potato Hills, Latimer and Pushmataha Counties, southeast Oklahoma, by Galen W. Miller and Kevin J. Smart. 1 sheet; scale 1:24,000. 2001.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-2006Hydrogeology and water management of the Arbuckle-Simpson acquifer, south-central Oklahoma. Material prepared for March 4, 2006 Field Trip No. 1, South-central Section Geological Society of America 2006 Annual Meeting, Norman, Oklahoma, by Noel Osborn, Scott Christenson, and Todd Halihan. 62 pages. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-2015Preliminary Optimal Oklahoma Fault Orientations by Amberlee P. Darold and Austin A. Holland. 1 plate with supplement. 2015.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-2015 SupplementPreliminary Optimal Oklahoma Fault Orientations by Amberlee P. Darold and Austin A. Holland. 1 plate with supplement. 2015.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-2016Bibliography of Osage County Geology, by Stacey Evans and Neil Suneson. 10 pages. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Viola Limestone in Oklahoma and Surrounding States by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 Table, 3 Plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-2018 SupplementSupplement for Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Viola Limestone in Oklahoma and Surrounding States by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 Table, 3 Plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-89Guidebook for selected geologic stops in the Arbuckle Mountains, by James R. Chaplin. Prepared for annual meeting of American Association of State Geologists, May 13-17, 1989, Oklahoma City. 60 pages. 1989.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-96Geology of the Sans Bois syncline along the proposed route of State Highway 82, Haskell and Latimer Counties, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 1 sheet; scale 1:24,000. 1996.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-97The geology of the eastern Arbuckle Mountains, Pontotoc and Johnston Counties, Oklahoma: an introduction and field-trip guide, by Neil H. Suneson. Prepared for annual meeting of the Oklahoma Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, May 31, 1997, Pontotoc, Oklahoma. 22 pages. 1997.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-98Oklahoma Coalbed-Methane Completions, 1988 to 1996 by Brian J. Cardott. 16 pages. 1998.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 4-99A field trip guide to the geology of the Black Mesa State Park area, Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by Neil H. Suneson and Kenneth V. Luza. Prepared for the fall meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Science, September 17-19, 1999, Black Mesa State Park, Kenton, Oklahoma. 52 pages. 1999.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 40-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Sequoyah County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 41-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Stephens County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 42-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 43-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Wagoner County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 45-2004Oklahoma Corporation Commission Base of the Treatable Water Map, Woodward County, Oklahoma. Dennis Niskern. 1 plate. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 46-2004Petroleum geology of the deepwater Jackfork Group and Atoka Formation, with a primer on the petroleum geology of deepwater depositional systems, by Roger M. Slatt, James M. Forgotson, Jr., and Azzeldeen A. Saleh. Slides from a workshop given August 18, 2004, Norman, Oklahoma. 129 pages. 2004.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-2006Interpreting igneous texture - a field trip to outcrops in the Cambrian Wichita Mountains igneous suite. Prepared for March 5, 2006 Field Trip No. 4, South-central Section Geological Society of America 2006 Annual Meeting, Norman, Oklahoma, by David London and M. C. Gilbert. 12 pages. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-2015Class II Saltwater Disposal for 2009–2014 at the Annual-, State-, and County- Scales by Geologic Zones of Completion, Oklahoma, by Kyle E. Murray. 18 pages. 2015.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-20163D Gravity Modeling of Osage County, Oklahoma, with 3D Geology Interpretation, by Kevin Crain and G. Randy Keller. 1 Plate. 2016.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Sylvan Shale in Oklahoma and Surrounding States by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 2 pages, 1 Table, 3 Plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-2018 SupplementSupplement for Elevation and Thickness of the Ordovician Sylvan Shale in Oklahoma and Surrounding States by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 2 pages, 1 Table, 3 Plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-95Geologic provinces of Oklahoma, by Robert A. Northcutt and Jock A. Campbell. Map presented at the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Mid-Continent Section meeting, October 8-10, 1995, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Scale 1:750,000. 1995.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-96Source rock potential and sediment thermal maturity trends in the Ouachita overthrust of southeast Oklahoma and southwest Arkansas, by Charles A. O. Titus and Gary A. Cole. 64 pages, 2 maps, 1 cross section. 1996. 703 pages.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-96 Exploration BriefsSupplement for Source rock potential and sediment thermal maturity trends in the Ouachita overthrust of southeast Oklahoma and southwest Arkansas, by Charles A. O. Titus and Gary A. Cole. 64 pages, 2 maps, 1 cross section. 1996. 703 pages.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-96 Plate 1Plate 1 for Source rock potential and sediment thermal maturity trends in the Ouachita overthrust of southeast Oklahoma and southwest Arkansas, by Charles A. O. Titus and Gary A. Cole. 64 pages, 2 maps, 1 cross section. 1996. 703 pages.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-96 Plate 2Plate 2 for Source rock potential and sediment thermal maturity trends in the Ouachita overthrust of southeast Oklahoma and southwest Arkansas, by Charles A. O. Titus and Gary A. Cole. 64 pages, 2 maps, 1 cross section. 1996. 703 pages.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-96 Plate 3Plate 3 for Source rock potential and sediment thermal maturity trends in the Ouachita overthrust of southeast Oklahoma and southwest Arkansas, by Charles A. O. Titus and Gary A. Cole. 64 pages, 2 maps, 1 cross section. 1996. 703 pages.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-96 Plate 4Plate 4 for Source rock potential and sediment thermal maturity trends in the Ouachita overthrust of southeast Oklahoma and southwest Arkansas, by Charles A. O. Titus and Gary A. Cole. 64 pages, 2 maps, 1 cross section. 1996. 703 pages.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 5-99Geology of a proposed landfill site, Cherokee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 33 pages, 2 foldout figures. 1999.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 52-2004Map showing locations of underground coal mines in eastern Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman. Compiled in 1979 in cooperation with Oklahoma Conservation Commission and U.S. Department of the Interior Office of Surface Mining. Scale 1:250,000. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 6-2002Permeability and salinity data from the Anadarko basin, by Constantin Cranganu and David Deming. 18 pages. 2002.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 6-2003Produced water and associated issues, by Rodney R. Reynolds with a contribution from Robert D. Kiker. 83 pages. 2003.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 6-2006Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Upper Mississippian Barnett Shale of Texas and Caney Shale of southern Oklahoma. Material prepared for March 3-5, 2005 Field Trip No. 5, South-central Section Geological Society of America 2006 Annual Meeting, Norman, Oklahoma, by Darwin Boardman and Jim Puckette. 86 pages. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 6-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Silurian Hunton Group in. Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 6-95The geology of the southwestern Ozark uplift: an introduction and field-trip guide, by John Simms, Fay Simms, and Neil H. Suneson. Prepared for a meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Science, September 29-30, 1995, Tahlequah, Oklahoma. 27 pages. 1995.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 6-96Geology of Red Rock Canyon State Park by Neil H. Suneson and Kenneth J. Johnson. 20 pages. 1996.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 6-99Oklahoma coalbed-methane workshop, compiled by Brian J. Cardott. Prepared for a workshop cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey, Petroleum Technology Transfer Council (South-Midcontinent Region), and Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association/Gas Research Institute, December 1, 1999, Norman, Oklahoma. 114 pages. 1999. [Also see Open-File Report Report 2-2000, a supplement to this report.]Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 7-2002Practical reservoir characterization for the independent operator, by Roger M. Slatt. Slides from a workshop held June 24-25, 2002, Norman, Oklahoma. 302 pages. 2002.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 7-2003Preliminary list of holes drilled to basement or deep into Arbuckle strata in northern Oklahoma, compiled by Louise Jordan and Frederick J. Smith. 17 pages. Prepared in 1961.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 7-2006Oklahoma 3-D Seismic Applications (Manual from workshop given November 1, 2006 in Norman OK.), by Robert J. Springman, Raymond Brown, Kevin Werth, James O. Puckett, and Robert A. Northcutt. 180 pages. 2006.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 7-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Devonian Woodford Shale in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 7-96Map showing the distribution of underground mines in the Hartshorne and McAlester coals in the Hartshorne 7.5' quadrangle, Pittsburg and Latimer Counties, Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman. 1 sheet; scale 1:24,000. 1996.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 7-97Oklahoma Coalbed-Methane Completions (1988-1996) by Brian J. Cardott. 12 pages. 1997.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 8-2003Holes drilled to basement or deep into Arbuckle Group in northeastern Oklahoma and Panhandle of Oklahoma, compiled by Louise Jordan. 33 pages. Prepared in 1963.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 8-2006Field trip guide to the Tar Creek Superfund site, Picher, Oklahoma. Prepared for April 28-29, 2006, Oklahoma Section American Institute of Professional Geologists Annual Meeting, Shangri La Resort, Grand Lake, Oklahoma, by Kenneth V. Luza and W. Ed Keheley. 62 pages.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 8-2018Elevation and Thickness of the Pre-Chesterian Mississippian Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 8-97 Index Volume 1Volume 1 for Early history of oil and gas in the southern Midcontinent and other areas, by Robert O. Fay. From The Oil and Gas Journal (or from The Oil Investors Journal, the Truth and Nothing but the Truth...); Vol. I, 1902-1911, Vol. II, 1912-1915. 1997. Vol. I: 306 pages, including 73-page index. Vol. II: 655 pages, including 265-page index.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 8-97 Index Volume 2Volume 2 for Early history of oil and gas in the southern Midcontinent and other areas, by Robert O. Fay. From The Oil and Gas Journal (or from The Oil Investors Journal, the Truth and Nothing but the Truth...); Vol. I, 1902-1911, Vol. II, 1912-1915. 1997. Vol. I: 306 pages, including 73-page index. Vol. II: 655 pages, including 265-page index.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 8-97 Volume 1Volume 1 for Early history of oil and gas in the southern Midcontinent and other areas, by Robert O. Fay. From The Oil and Gas Journal (or from The Oil Investors Journal, the Truth and Nothing but the Truth...); Vol. I, 1902-1911, Vol. II, 1912-1915. 1997. Vol. I: 306 pages, including 73-page index. Vol. II: 655 pages, including 265-page index.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 8-97 Volume 2Volume 2 for Early history of oil and gas in the southern Midcontinent and other areas, by Robert O. Fay. From The Oil and Gas Journal (or from The Oil Investors Journal, the Truth and Nothing but the Truth...); Vol. I, 1902-1911, Vol. II, 1912-1915. 1997. Vol. I: 306 pages, including 73-page index. Vol. II: 655 pages, including 265-page index.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 9-2002Fourth annual Oklahoma coalbed-methane workshop, compiled by Brian J. Cardott. 170 pages. 2002.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 9-2018Elevation, Thickness, and Lithofacies of the Mississippian Chesterian Series Rocks in Oklahoma and Surrounding States, by Kevin D. Crain and Jefferson C. Chang. 4 pages, 1 table, 3 plates. 2018.Open-File Reports
Open-File Report 9-97Upper and Lower Morrow core descriptions from three wells in Dewey and Texas Counties, Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. Prepared as a supplement to Special Publication 95-1. 18 pages. 1997.Open-File Reports
Seismic Research Letters V. 88 No. 4Jacob I. Walter, Jefferson C. Chang, Peter J. Dotray. Foreshock Seismicity Suggests Gradual Differential Stress Increase in the Months Prior to the 3 September 2016 Mw 5.8 Pawnee Earthquake. Seismological Research Letters, First published on 2017-05-03 11:13:43, doi:10.1785/0220170007.Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Seismic Research Letters V. 88 No. 4Kayla A. Kroll, Elizabeth S. Cochran, Kyle E. Murray. Poroelastic Properties of the Arbuckle Group in Oklahoma Derived from Well Fluid Level Response to the 3 September 2016 Mw 5.8 Pawnee and 7 November 2016 Mw 5.0 Cushing Earthquakes. Seismological Research Letters, First published on 2017-05-03 11:13:43, doi:10.1785/0220160228.Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Seismic Research Letters V. 88 No. 4Eric J. Fielding, Simran S. Sangha, David P. S. Bekaert, Sergey V. Samsonov, Jefferson C. Chang. Surface Deformation of North‐Central Oklahoma Related to the 2016 Mw 5.8 Pawnee Earthquake from SAR Interferometry Time Series. Seismological Research Letters, First published on 2017-05-03 11:13:44, doi:10.1785/0220170010.Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Shale Shaker V. 67 No. 6Gilbert, M.C., R.P. Philp, and B.J. Cardott, 2016, Petroleum migration through basement in southwest Oklahoma, U.S.A.: Oklahoma City Geological Society, Shale Shaker, v. 67, No. 6, p. 232-249.Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
SP2002-2 Plate 1Plate 1 for Surface to subsurface correlation of methane-producing coal beds, northeast Oklahoma shelf, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 22 pages, 20 figures, 6 plates. 2002.Special Publications
SP2002-2 Plate 2Plate 2 for Surface to subsurface correlation of methane-producing coal beds, northeast Oklahoma shelf, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 22 pages, 20 figures, 6 plates. 2002.Special Publications
SP2002-2 Plate 3Plate 3 for Surface to subsurface correlation of methane-producing coal beds, northeast Oklahoma shelf, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 22 pages, 20 figures, 6 plates. 2002.Special Publications
SP2002-2 Plate 4Plate 4 for Surface to subsurface correlation of methane-producing coal beds, northeast Oklahoma shelf, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 22 pages, 20 figures, 6 plates. 2002.Special Publications
SP2002-2 Plate 5Plate 5 for Surface to subsurface correlation of methane-producing coal beds, northeast Oklahoma shelf, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 22 pages, 20 figures, 6 plates. 2002.Special Publications
SP2002-2 Plate 6Plate 6 for Surface to subsurface correlation of methane-producing coal beds, northeast Oklahoma shelf, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 22 pages, 20 figures, 6 plates. 2002.Special Publications
SP2013-1Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment and Observed Ground Motions for the Arcadia, Oklahoma, Dam Site, by Austin A. Holland, Christopher R. Toth, and Emma M. Baker. 62 pages, 60 figures, 12 tables, zip directory. 2013.Special Publications
SP82-5 Plate 1Plate 1 for An evaluation of water resources for enhanced oil recovery operations, Cement field, Caddo and Grady Counties, Oklahoma, by Donald A. Preston, William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Raja J. Reddy. 64 pages, 12 figures, 5 plates, 9 tables. 1983.Special Publications
SP82-5 Plate 2Plate 2 for An evaluation of water resources for enhanced oil recovery operations, Cement field, Caddo and Grady Counties, Oklahoma, by Donald A. Preston, William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Raja J. Reddy. 64 pages, 12 figures, 5 plates, 9 tables. 1983.Special Publications
SP82-5 Plate 3Plate 3 for An evaluation of water resources for enhanced oil recovery operations, Cement field, Caddo and Grady Counties, Oklahoma, by Donald A. Preston, William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Raja J. Reddy. 64 pages, 12 figures, 5 plates, 9 tables. 1983.Special Publications
SP82-5 Plate 4Plate 4 for An evaluation of water resources for enhanced oil recovery operations, Cement field, Caddo and Grady Counties, Oklahoma, by Donald A. Preston, William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Raja J. Reddy. 64 pages, 12 figures, 5 plates, 9 tables. 1983.Special Publications
SP82-5 Plate 5Plate 5 for An evaluation of water resources for enhanced oil recovery operations, Cement field, Caddo and Grady Counties, Oklahoma, by Donald A. Preston, William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Raja J. Reddy. 64 pages, 12 figures, 5 plates, 9 tables. 1983.Special Publications
SP83-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Geothermal resource assessment in Oklahoma, by William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Paul K. Cheung. 42 pages, 11 figures, 3 plates, 1 table. 1983.Special Publications
SP83-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for Geothermal resource assessment in Oklahoma, by William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Paul K. Cheung. 42 pages, 11 figures, 3 plates, 1 table. 1983.Special Publications
SP83-1 Plate 3Plate 3 for Geothermal resource assessment in Oklahoma, by William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Paul K. Cheung. 42 pages, 11 figures, 3 plates, 1 table. 1983.Special Publications
SP85-2 Plate 1Plate 1 for Seismicity and tectonic relationships of the Nemaha uplift and Midcontinent gravity anomaly (final project summary), by R. R. Burchett, K. V. Luza, O. J. Van Eck, and F. W. Wilson. 37 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates. 1985.Special Publications
SP85-2 Plate 2Plate 2 for Seismicity and tectonic relationships of the Nemaha uplift and Midcontinent gravity anomaly (final project summary), by R. R. Burchett, K. V. Luza, O. J. Van Eck, and F. W. Wilson. 37 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates. 1985.Special Publications
SP86-4The relationship between coal rank and present geothermal gradient in the Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, by Brian J. Cardott, LeRoy A. Hemish, Charles R. Johnson, and Kenneth V. Luza. 65 pages, 16 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables. 1986.Special Publications
SP97-1 Figure 21Figure 21 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
SP97-1 Figure 22Figure 22 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
SP97-1 Figure 34Figure 34 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
SP97-1 Figure 35Figure 35 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
SP97-1 Figure 46Figure 46 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
SP97-1 Figure 47Figure 47 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
SP99-4 Plate 1Plate 1 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
SP99-4 Plate 2Plate 2 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
SP99-4 Plate 3Plate 3 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
SP99-4 Plate 4Plate 4 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
SP99-4 Plate 5Plate 5 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
SP99-4 Plate 6Plate 6 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
SP99-4 Plate 7Plate 7 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-1Bibliography of copper occurrences in Pennsylvanian and Permian red beds and associated rocks in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas (1805 to 1996), compiled by Robert O. Fay. 16 pages. 2000.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 111Figure 111 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 117Figure 117 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 118Figure 118 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 51Figure 51 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 74Figure 74 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 75Figure 75 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 87Figure 87 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Figure 94Figure 94 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Plate 1Plate 1 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 131 pages, 135 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Plate 2Plate 2 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 232 pages, 235 figures, 22 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Plate 3Plate 3 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 333 pages, 335 figures, 32 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Plate 4Plate 4 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 434 pages, 435 figures, 42 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Plate 5Plate 5 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 535 pages, 535 figures, 52 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2000-2 Plate 6Plate 6 for Hunton Play in Oklahoma (including northeast Texas Panhandle), by Kurt Rottmann and others. 535 pages, 535 figures, 52 tables, 6 plates. 2000. 2nd printing, 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Figure 30Figure 30 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Figure 31Figure 31 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Figure 45Figure 45 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Figure 46Figure 46 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 3Plate 3 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 4Plate 4 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 5Plate 5 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 6Plate 6 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 7Plate 7 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 8Plate 8 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 9Plate 9 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 10Plate 10 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-1 Plate 11Plate 11 for Springer gas play in western Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2001-2Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1996-99 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). 393 pages. 2001.Special Publications
Special Publication 2002-1Metallic-mineral resources of Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay and Douglas C. Brockie. 32 pages, 28 figures, 2 tables. 2002.Special Publications
Special Publication 2002-2Surface to subsurface correlation of methane-producing coal beds, northeast Oklahoma shelf, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 22 pages, 20 figures, 6 plates. 2002.Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-1Copper, lead, and zinc in the Ouachita Mountains in Oklahoma and adjacent parts of Arkansas, by Robert O. Fay. 38 pages, 35 figures, 2 tables. 2003.Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2 Figure 32Figure 32 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2 Figure 33Figure 33 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2 Figure 46Figure 46 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2 Figure 47Figure 47 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
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Plate 1 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
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Plate 2 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2  Plate 5Plate 5 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2 Plate 6Plate 6 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2 Plate 7Plate 7 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2003-2 Plate 8Plate 8 for Cromwell play in southeastern Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 87 pages, 58 figures, 8 tables, 8 plates. 2003. [Also see Open-File Report 1-2005, a guidebook companion to this report.]Special Publications
Special Publication 2004-1Core drilling and stratigraphic analysis of Lower Permian rocks, northern Oklahoma shelf, Kay County, Oklahoma, by James R. Chaplin. 173 pages, 18 figures, 2 tables, 2 plates. 2004.Special Publications
Special Publication 2004-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Core drilling and stratigraphic analysis of Lower Permian rocks, northern Oklahoma shelf, Kay County, Oklahoma, by James R. Chaplin. 173 pages, 18 figures, 2 tables, 2 plates. 2004.Special Publications
Special Publication 2004-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for Core drilling and stratigraphic analysis of Lower Permian rocks, northern Oklahoma shelf, Kay County, Oklahoma, by James R. Chaplin. 173 pages, 18 figures, 2 tables, 2 plates. 2004.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 12Plate 12 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 3Plate 3 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 4Plate 4 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 5Plate 5 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 6Plate 6 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 7Plate 7 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 8Plate 8 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plate 9Plate 9 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plates 10-11Plates 10 and 11 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plates 13-14Plates 13 and 14 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2005-1 Plates 15-16Plates 15 and 16 for The Booch gas play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and field-specific petroleum geological analysis, by Dan T. Boyd. 91 pages, 57 figures, 8 tables, 16 plates. 2005.Special Publications
Special Publication 2006-1Wells drilled to basement in Oklahoma, by Jock A. Campbell and Jane L. Weber. 1 plate. 1 table. Available on CD. 2006.Special Publications
Special Publication 2006-1 GIS FilesGIS Files for Wells drilled to basement in Oklahoma, by Jock A. Campbell and Jane L. Weber. 1 plate. 1 table. Available on CD. 2006.Special Publications
Special Publication 2006-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Wells drilled to basement in Oklahoma, by Jock A. Campbell and Jane L. Weber. 1 plate. 1 table. Available on CD. 2006.Special Publications
Special Publication 2006-1 Table 1Table 1 for Wells drilled to basement in Oklahoma, by Jock A. Campbell and Jane L. Weber. 1 plate. 1 table. Available on CD. 2006.Special Publications
Special Publication 2008-1  Plate 1Plate 1 for Stratigraphic guide to Oklahoma oil & gas reservoirs., by Dan T. Boyd. Available as laminated chart. 2009.Special Publications
Special Publication 2008-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for Stratigraphic guide to Oklahoma oil & gas reservoirs., by Dan T. Boyd. Available as laminated chart. 2009.Special Publications
Special Publication 2008-2Geomagnetic results, secular variation, and archaeomagnetic chronology, United States and mesoamerica, including archaeomagnetic data and time assignments. Robert L. Dubois, emeritus. 353 pages, 137 figures, 1 table. 2008.Special Publications
Special Publication 2013-1Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment and Observed Ground Motions for the Arcadia, Oklahoma, Dam Site. Austin A. Holland, Christopher R. Toth, and Emma M. Baker. 63 pages, 40 figures, 12 tables. 1 supplement. 2013.Special Publications
Special Publication 2013-1 SupplementProbabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment and Observed Ground Motions for the Arcadia, Oklahoma, Dam Site. Austin A. Holland, Christopher R. Toth, and Emma M. Baker. 63 pages, 40 figures, 12 tables. 1 supplement. 2013.Special Publications
Special Publication 2013-1-2Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment of the Meers Fault, Southwestern Oklahoma: Modeling and Uncertainties. Emma M. Baker and Austin A. Holland. 17 pages, 4 figures, 8 table. 2013.Special Publications
Special Publication 58-1Semi-Centennial Report, 1908-1958, by Carl C. Branson, Louise Jordan, and William E. Ham. 149 pages, 6 figures, 5 maps, 9 photographs, 7 tables. July 1958. (Now designated SP58-1).Special Publications
Special Publication 67-1Field Trip Guidebook - The Structure and Igneous Rocks of the Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma. George T. Stone. 1967.Special Publications
Special Publication 72-1Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Highway Geology Symposium, Rosemary Kellner and William D. Rose, editors. 1972. 12 papers, 123 pages, 74 figures, 14 tables. Published by Oklahoma Geological Survey in cooperation with Oklahoma Department of Highways for 22nd Annual Highway Geology Symposium held in Norman, Oklahoma, April 22-23, 1971.Special Publications
Special Publication 73-2Igneous geology of the Wichita Mountains and economic geology of Permian rocks in southwest Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson and Rodger E. Denison, with contributions by Douglas C. Brockie, Hugh E. Hunter, and Nancy L. Scofield. November 9, 1973. 33 pages, 35 figures, 9 tables. Published by Oklahoma Geological Survey for field trip no. 6 of 1973 annual meeting of GSA.Special Publications
Special Publication 73-3Regional geology of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by William E. Ham, compiled by T. L. Rowland, with contributions by Thomas W. Amsden, Rodger E. Denison, James R. Derby, Robert O. Fay, A. Allen Graffham, T. L. Rowland, Richard L. Squires, James H. Stitt, and Elliott W. Wiltse. November 9, 1973. 61 pages, 54 figures, 1 map. Published by Oklahoma Geological Survey for field trip no. 5 of 1973 annual meeting of GSA; reprinted with minor revisions for field trip no. 1 of 1978 annual meeting of AAPG/SEPM.Special Publications
Special Publication 73-3 Plate 1Plate 1 for Regional geology of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by William E. Ham, compiled by T. L. Rowland, with contributions by Thomas W. Amsden, Rodger E. Denison, James R. Derby, Robert O. Fay, A. Allen Graffham, T. L. Rowland, Richard L. Squires, James H. Stitt, and Elliott W. Wiltse. November 9, 1973. 61 pages, 54 figures, 1 map. Published by Oklahoma Geological Survey for field trip no. 5 of 1973 annual meeting of GSA; reprinted with minor revisions for field trip no. 1 of 1978 annual meeting of AAPG/SEPM.Special Publications
Special Publication 74-1Guidebook to the depositional environments of selected Pennsylvanian sandstones and carbonates of Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton and T. L. Rowland. Guidebook originally published for field trip no. 3, Geological Society of America, South-Central Section, 1974 annual meeting; reprinted for field trip no. 1, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Mid-Continent Section, 1981 biennial meeting. Published in cooperation with Oklahoma State University. 75 pages, 33 figures, 15 plates. 1974; 4th printing, 1992.Special Publications
Special Publication 74-2An investigation of the coal reserves in the Ozarks section of Oklahoma and their potential uses, by S. A. Friedman. Final report to the Ozarks Regional Commission: distributed by permission of the commission. 117 pages, 24 figures, 77 tables. 1974; 5th printing, 1981.Special Publications
Special Publication 76-1Plutonic igneous geology of the Wichita Magmatic Province, Oklahoma, by Benjamin N. Powell and Joseph F. Fischer, with contributions by David W. Phelps and Martin A. Pruatt, February 26, 1976. 35 pages, 52 figures, 7 tables. Published by Oklahoma Geological Survey for field trip no. 2 of 10th annual meeting of South-Central Section of GSA.Special Publications
Special Publication 79-1List of publications of Oklahoma Geological Survey, 1902-1978, compiled by Elizabeth A. Ham and Claren M. Kidd. May 1979. 75 pages.Special Publications
Special Publication 79-2Catalog of theses and dissertations granted by The University of Oklahoma in geology, geophysics, and geological engineering, 1904-1977, compiled by Katherine L. Keener, Elizabeth A. Ham, and Claren M. Kidd. September 1979. 129 pages.Special Publications
Special Publication 81-1Reservoir and fluid characteristics of selected oil fields in Oklahoma, compiled by W. E. Harrison and D. L. Routh. 317 pages, index maps. 1981; 3rd printing, 1983.Special Publications
Special Publication 81-2Bibliography of abandoned coal-mine lands in Oklahoma, compiled by K. S. Johnson, C. M. Kidd, and R. C. Butler. 84 pages, 1 figure. 1981; 2nd printing, 1982.Special Publications
Special Publication 81-3Seismicity and tectonic relationships of the Nemaha uplift in Oklahoma-Part III, by K. V. Luza and J. E. Lawson, Jr. 70 pages, 23 figures, 4 tables. 1981; 3rd printing, 1984.Special Publications
Special Publication 81-4Evaluation of heavy-oil potential of northeastern Craig and northwestern Ottawa Counties, Oklahoma, by William E. Harrison, John F. Roberts, and Larman J. Heath. 46 pages, 20 figures, 2 tables. 1981; 2nd printing, 1984.Special Publications
Special Publication 81-5 Volume 2Combined bibliographies of Oklahoma geology (in 2 vols.: vol. 1, 1955-70; vol. 2, 1971-79), compiled by Elizabeth A. Ham and Christine D. Gay. 425 pages. (Available only as a set.) 1981.Special Publications
Special Publication 81-5V1Combined bibliographies of Oklahoma geology (in 2 vols.: vol. 1, 1955-70; vol. 2, 1971-79), compiled by Elizabeth A. Ham and Christine D. Gay. 425 pages. (Available only as a set.) 1981.Special Publications
Special Publication 82-1Seismicity and tectonic relationships of the Nemaha uplift in Oklahoma-Part IV, by K. V. Luza and J. E. Lawson, Jr. 52 pages, 12 figures, 6 tables. 1982.Special Publications
Special Publication 82-2Bibliography and index of Oklahoma geology, 1980, compiled by Elizabeth A. Ham. 20 pages. 1982.Special Publications
Special Publication 82-3Determination of reserves of methane from coal beds for use in rural communities in eastern Oklahoma, by Samuel A. Friedman. 32 pages, 7 figures, 2 tables. 1982; 2nd printing, 1989.Special Publications
Special Publication 82-4 Volume 1Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Geological Information (Claren M. Kidd, editor). Proceedings of a conference held May 23-27, 1982, in Golden, Colorado, sponsored by 5 national and international organizations. In 2 volumes; 427 pages. 1982; 2nd printing, 1983.Special Publications
Special Publication 82-4 Volume 2Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Geological Information (Claren M. Kidd, editor). Proceedings of a conference held May 23-27, 1982, in Golden, Colorado, sponsored by 5 national and international organizations. In 2 volumes; 427 pages. 1982; 2nd printing, 1983.Special Publications
Special Publication 82-5An evaluation of water resources for enhanced oil recovery operations, Cement field, Caddo and Grady Counties, Oklahoma, by Donald A. Preston, William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Raja J. Reddy. 64 pages, 12 figures, 5 plates, 9 tables. 1983.Special Publications
Special Publication 82-6Core-collection catalog, Oklahoma Geological Survey, November 1982. December 8, 1982. 63 pages. (Supersedes Core Catalogs 1, 2, 3, 4).Special Publications
Special Publication 83-1Geothermal resource assessment in Oklahoma, by William E. Harrison, Kenneth V. Luza, M. Lynn Prater, and Paul K. Cheung. 42 pages, 11 figures, 3 plates, 1 table. 1983.Special Publications
Special Publication 83-2A history of the Oklahoma Geological Survey, 1908-1983, by Elizabeth A. Ham. 60 pages, 36 figures. 1983.Special Publications
Special Publication 83-3Tar-Sand Potential of Selected Areas in Carter and Murray Counties, South-Central Oklahoma, by William E. Harrison and Margaret R. Burchfield. 104 pages. 1983Special Publications
Special Publication 84-1Guidebook for Arbuckle Mountain field trip, southern Oklahoma. by Kenneth S. Johnson. Margaret R. Burchfield. and William E. Harrison. August 28. 1984. Guidebook prepared by the Oklahoma Geological Survey for a field trip held July 28. 1984. during the Conference on the Development of Shallow Oil and Gas Resources held at The University of Oklahoma and sponsored by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). 21 pages. 19 figures. 2 tables.Special Publications
Special Publication 84-2Core-collection catalog, Oklahoma Geological Survey. July 1984. compiled by Michelle J. Summers and Eldon R. Cox. September 19. 1984. 71 pages. index map. 4 photos.Special Publications
Special Publication 85-1Expected earthquake ground-motion parameters at the Arcadia, Oklahoma, dam site, by James E. Lawson, Jr. 43 pages, 3 figures, 7 tables. 1985.Special Publications
Special Publication 85-2Seismicity and tectonic relationships of the Nemaha uplift and Midcontinent gravity anomaly (final project summary), by R. R. Burchett, K. V. Luza, O. J. Van Eck, and F. W. Wilson. 37 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates. 1985.Special Publications
Special Publication 85-3List of publications of the Oklahoma Geological Survey, 1902-1984, compiled by Elizabeth A. Ham and Claren M. Kidd. 83 pages. 1985.Special Publications
Special Publication 86-1Oil-oil and oil-rock correlations: a chemist's perspective, by Jane L. Weber. 51 pages, 5 figures. 1986.Special Publications
Special Publication 86-2Temperature-gradient information for several boreholes drilled in Oklahoma, by William E. Harrison and Kenneth V. Luza. 42 pages, 18 figures, 7 tables. 1986; 2nd printing, 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 86-3Oil generation in the Anadarko basin, Oklahoma and Texas: modeling using Location's method, by James W. Schmoker. 40 pages, 18 figures, 1 table. 1986; 2nd printing, 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 86-4The relationship between coal rank and present geothermal gradient in the Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, by Brian J. Cardott, LeRoy A. Hemish, Charles R. Johnson, and Kenneth V. Luza. 65 pages, 16 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables. 1986.Special Publications
Special Publication 86-4 Plate 1The relationship between coal rank and present geothermal gradient in the Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, by Brian J. Cardott, LeRoy A. Hemish, Charles R. Johnson, and Kenneth V. Luza. 65 pages, 16 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables. 1986.Special Publications
Special Publication 86-4 Plate 2The relationship between coal rank and present geothermal gradient in the Arkoma basin, Oklahoma, by Brian J. Cardott, LeRoy A. Hemish, Charles R. Johnson, and Kenneth V. Luza. 65 pages, 16 figures, 2 plates, 3 tables. 1986.Special Publications
Special Publication 87-1Investigation of the Meers fault, southwestern Oklahoma, by Kenneth V. Luza, Richard F. Madole, and Anthony J. Crone. 75 pages, 22 figures, 2 plates, 1 table. 1987.Special Publications
Special Publication 87-2Physical and chemical characteristics of water in coal-mine ponds, eastern Oklahoma, June to November 1977-81, by Larry J. Slack and Stephen P. Blumer. 116 pages, 159 figures, 6 tables. 1987.Special Publications
Special Publication 88-1Catalog of OU Theses and Dissertations, compiled by Claren M. Kidd. 174 pages. 1988.Special Publications
Special Publication 88-2Report of core-drilling by the Oklahoma Geological Survey in Pennsylvanian rocks of the northeastern Oklahoma coal belt, 1983-86, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 174 pages, 7 figures. 1988.Special Publications
Special Publication 88-3Proceedings of the First Conference on Oil and Gas Information and Data-Base Management, coordinated by Michelle J. Summers. Proceedings of a conference held October 20-21, 1987, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. 266 pages, 19 papers. 1988.Special Publications
Special Publication 88-4Petroleum Core Catalog, by Eldon R. Cox and Michelle J. Summers. 143 pages. 1988.Special Publications
Special Publication 89-1Selection and geology of Oklahoma's Superconducting Super Collider site, by Kenneth V. Luza and others. 85 pages, 46 figures, 8 tables, 1 plate. 1989.Special Publications
Special Publication 89-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Selection and geology of Oklahoma's Superconducting Super Collider site, by Kenneth V. Luza and others. 85 pages, 46 figures, 8 tables, 1 plate. 1989.Special Publications
Special Publication 89-2Geology of the southern Midcontinent, by Kenneth S. Johnson and others. Reprint of Chapter 12 in L. L. Sloss (ed.), Sedimentary cover-North American craton; U.S.: Geological Society of America, Boulder, The Geology of North America, v. D-2. 53 pages, 34 figures, 2 plates. 1989; 2nd printing, 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 89-2 Plate 5Plate 1 for Geology of the southern Midcontinent, by Kenneth S. Johnson and others. Reprint of Chapter 12 in L. L. Sloss (ed.), Sedimentary cover-North American craton; U.S.: Geological Society of America, Boulder, The Geology of North America, v. D-2. 53 pages, 34 figures, 2 plates. 1989; 2nd printing, 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 89-2 Plate 6Plate 2 for Geology of the southern Midcontinent, by Kenneth S. Johnson and others. Reprint of Chapter 12 in L. L. Sloss (ed.), Sedimentary cover-North American craton; U.S.: Geological Society of America, Boulder, The Geology of North America, v. D-2. 53 pages, 34 figures, 2 plates. 1989; 2nd printing, 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 90-1Geology and resources of the frontal belt of the western Ouachita Mountains, Oklahoma (Neil H. Suneson, Jock A. Campbell, and Maxwell J. Tilford, editors). Guidebook for field trip no. 2, September 27-28, 1989, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Mid-Continent Section meeting, Oklahoma City; and for field trip no. MC-1, April 10-12, 1991, AAPG national convention, Dallas. 196 pages, 59 figures, 8 tables. 1990; 2nd printing, 1991.Special Publications
Special Publication 90-2Lithostratigraphy and core-drilling, upper Atoka Formation through lower Senora Formation (Pennsylvanian), northeastern Oklahoma shelf area, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 54 pages, 7 figures, 2 plates. 1990.Special Publications
Special Publication 90-2 Plate 1Plate 1 for Lithostratigraphy and core-drilling, upper Atoka Formation through lower Senora Formation (Pennsylvanian), northeastern Oklahoma shelf area, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 54 pages, 7 figures, 2 plates. 1990.Special Publications
Special Publication 90-2 Plate 2Plate 2 for Lithostratigraphy and core-drilling, upper Atoka Formation through lower Senora Formation (Pennsylvanian), northeastern Oklahoma shelf area, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 54 pages, 7 figures, 2 plates. 1990.Special Publications
Special Publication 90-3Hazardous-waste disposal in Oklahoma-a symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held November 9, 1989, in conjunction with the annual technical meeting of the Oklahoma Academy of Science. 87 pages, 13 papers, 22 figures, 14 tables. 1990.Special Publications
Special Publication 90-4Bibliography and index of Oklahoma geology, 1981-84, compiled by Elizabeth A. Ham. 93 pages. 1990.Special Publications
Special Publication 90-5Hydrogeology and karst of the Blaine gypsum-dolomite aquifer, southwestern Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson and others. Guidebook for field trip no. 15, Geological Society of America annual meeting, held October 29-November 1, 1990, in Dallas. 31 pages, 30 figures, 2 tables. 1990.Special Publications
Special Publication 91-3Arbuckle Group Core Workshop and Field Trip (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). 266 pages. 1991.Special Publications
Special Publication 92-1Petroleum Core Catalog, by Eldon R. Cox and Michelle J. Summers. 150 pages. 1992.Special Publications
Special Publication 92-2Directory of Oklahoma Mining Industry (Robert H. Arndt and Robert Springer, project coordinators). 157 pages. 1992.Special Publications
Special Publication 93-1Directory of Oklahoma mining industry, 1993 (Robert H. Arndt and Robert Springer, project coordinators). 153 pages. 1993.Special Publications
Special Publication 93-2Industrial-minerals development in Oklahoma-a symposium (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a symposium held December 1-2, 1992, in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey, Oklahoma Department of Mines, and U.S. Bureau of Mines. 88 pages, 17 papers. 1993; second printing, 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 93-3Guidebook for selected stops in the western Arbuckle Mountains, southern Oklahoma (Brian J. Cardott and James R. Chaplin, editors). Guidebook for the 10th annual meeting and field trip of The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP) held October 13, 1993, in Norman, Oklahoma. 55 pages, 46 figures, 5 tables. 1993; second printing 2006.Special Publications
Special Publication 93-4Hunton Group core workshop and field trip (Kenneth S. Johnson, editor). Proceedings of a workshop and field trip held November 2-3, 1993; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy. 212 pages. 1993; second printing, 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-1Catalog of type and figured fossil vertebrates, Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, by Nicholas J. Czaplewski, Richard L. Cifelli, and Wann Langston, Jr. 35 pages, 5 figures, 2 tables. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-2A geochemical study of crude oils and possible source rocks in the Ouachita tectonic province and nearby areas, southeast Oklahoma, by Jane L. Weber. 32 pages, 14 figures, 7 tables. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 1Plate 1 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 2Plate 2 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 3Plate 3 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 4 Part 1Plate 4 Part 1 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 4 Part 2Plate 4 Part 2 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 5 Part 1Plate 5 Part 1 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 5 Part 2Plate 5 Part 2 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 6Plate 6 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 7Plate 7 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-3 Plate 8Plate 8 for Coal geology of Okmulgee County and eastern Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish (with an underground coal mine map by Samuel A. Friedman). 86 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, 8 plates. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-4 Part APart A for Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1990-93 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). Published in five parts (A) Northwest, 65 pages; (B) North-Central, 117 pages; (C) Northeast, 106 pages; (D) Southwest, 79 pages; and (E) Southeast 122 pages. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-4 Part BPart B for Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1990-93 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). Published in five parts (A) Northwest, 65 pages; (B) North-Central, 117 pages; (C) Northeast, 106 pages; (D) Southwest, 79 pages; and (E) Southeast 122 pages. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-4 Part CPart C for Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1990-93 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). Published in five parts (A) Northwest, 65 pages; (B) North-Central, 117 pages; (C) Northeast, 106 pages; (D) Southwest, 79 pages; and (E) Southeast 122 pages. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-4 Part DPart D for Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1990-93 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). Published in five parts (A) Northwest, 65 pages; (B) North-Central, 117 pages; (C) Northeast, 106 pages; (D) Southwest, 79 pages; and (E) Southeast 122 pages. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 94-4 Part EPart E for Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1990-93 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). Published in five parts (A) Northwest, 65 pages; (B) North-Central, 117 pages; (C) Northeast, 106 pages; (D) Southwest, 79 pages; and (E) Southeast 122 pages. 1994.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Figure 18Figure 18 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Figure 20Figure 20 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Figure 30Figure 30 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Figure 32Figure 32 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Figure 42Figure 42 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Figure 44Figure 44 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Figure 45Figure 45 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Plate 3Plate 3 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Plate 4Plate 4 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Plate 5Plate 5 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-1 Plate 6Plate 6 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Morrow play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 67 pages, 53 figures, 9 tables, 6 plates. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-2Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1991-94 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). 440 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Figure 31Figure 31 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Figure 33Figure 33 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Figure 45Figure 45 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Figure 46Figure 46 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Figure 48Figure 48 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Plate 1Plate 1 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Plate 2Plate 2 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Plate 3Plate 3 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Plate 4Plate 4 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 95-3 Plate 5Plate 5 for Fluvial-Dominated Deltaic (FDD) Oil Reservoirs in Oklahoma: The Booch Play (three parts). Part I by Richard D. Andrews, with contributions from Jock A. Campbell and Robert A. Northcutt; Part II by Robert A. Northcutt, with contributions from Kurt Rottman; Part III by R.M. Knapp and X.H. Yang. 72 pages. 1995.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Figure 54Figure 54 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Figure 55Figure 55 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 10Plate 10 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 11Plate 11 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1, Plate 12Plate 12 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 13Plate 13 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 14Plate 14 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 3Plate 3 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 4Plate 4 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 5Plate 5 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 6Plate 6 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 7Plate 7 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 8Plate 8 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-1 Plate 9Plate 9 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Layton and Osage-Layton play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 78 pages, 62 figures, 12 tables, 14 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 20Figure 20 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 21Figure 21 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 32Figure 32 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 37Figure 37 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 38Figure 38 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 54Figure 54 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 55Figure 55 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 67Figure 67 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Figure 68Figure 68 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 1Plate 1 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 2Plate 2 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 3Plate 3 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 4Plate 4 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 5Plate 5 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 6Plate 6 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 7Plate 7 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 8Plate 8 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-2 Plate 9Plate 9 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Skinner and Prue plays, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 118 pages, 80 figures, 17 tables, 9 plates. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-3Oklahoma Oil and Gas Production by Field, 1992-95 (Michelle J. Summers, coordinator). 439 pages. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-4Techniques for recovery and preparation of microvertebrate fossils (Richard L. Cifelli, editor). 36 pages. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 96-5Rockhounding and Earth-Science Activities in Oklahoma, 1995 Workshop (Kenneth S. Johnson and Neil H. Suneson, editors). 139 pages. 1996.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-1Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-1 Plate 1Plate 1 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-1 Plate 2Plate 2 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-1 Plate 3Plate 3 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-1 Plate 4Plate 4 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-1 Plate 5Plate 5 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-1 Plate 6Plate 6 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Red Fork play, by Richard D. Andrews and others. 101 pages, 55 figures, 12 tables, 6 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-2Lithologic descriptions of Pennsylvanian strata north and east of Tulsa, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 44 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-2 Plate 1Plate 1 for Lithologic descriptions of Pennsylvanian strata north and east of Tulsa, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 44 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-2 Plate 2Plate 2 for Lithologic descriptions of Pennsylvanian strata north and east of Tulsa, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 44 pages, 5 figures, 2 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Figure 26Figure 26 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Figure 27Figure 27 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Figure 28Figure 28 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Plate 1Plate 1 for Figure 28 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Plate 2Plate 2 for Figure 28 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Plate 3Plate 3 for Figure 28 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Plate 4Plate 4 for Figure 28 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-3 Plate 5Plate 5 for Figure 28 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Tonkawa play, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 74 pages, 42 figures, 9 tables, 5 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Figure 24Figure 24 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Figure 25Figure 24 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Figure 55Figure 55 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Figure 56Figure 56 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Figure 57Figure 57 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 1Plate 1 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 10Plate 10 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 2Plate 2 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 3Plate 3 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 4Plate 4 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 5Plate 5 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 6Plate 6 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 7Plate 7 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 8Plate 8 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-5 Plate 9Plate 9 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Cleveland and Peru plays, by Jock A. Campbell and others. 105 pages, 67 figures, 16 tables, 10 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Figure 24Figure 24 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Figure 37Figure 37 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Figure 38Figure 38 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Figure 53Figure 53 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Figure 54Figure 54 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Plate 1Plate 1 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Plate 2Plate 2 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Plate 3Plate 3 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 97-6 Plate 4Plate 4 for Fluvial-dominated deltaic (FDD) oil reservoirs in Oklahoma: the Bartlesville play, by Robert A. Northcutt and others. 98 pages, 66 figures, 10 tables, 4 plates. 1997.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-1Petroleum Core Catalog, compiled by Walter C. Esry and Larry T. Austin. 212 pages. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-2Coal geology of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 111 pages, 7 figures, 2 tables, 3 plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-2 Plate 1Plate 1 for Coal geology of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 111 pages, 7 figures, 2 tables, 3 plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-2 Plate 2Plate 2 for Coal geology of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 111 pages, 7 figures, 2 tables, 3 plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-2 Plate 3Plate 3 for Coal geology of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 111 pages, 7 figures, 2 tables, 3 plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-3Geologic considerations of water flooding: a workshop, by Kurt Rottmann and others. 171 pages, 172 figures, 20 tables. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-4Oklahoma resources for economic development (Hans-Joachim Späth, Gary L. Thompson, and Henry Eisenhart, editors). 265 pages. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-5Oklahoma oil and gas production by field, 1994-1997, coordinated by Michelle J. Summers. 439 pages. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-6Coal geology of McIntosh County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 74 pages, 8 figures, 2 tables, 2 color plates. 1998. $16.00.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-6 Plate 1Plate 1 for Coal geology of McIntosh County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 74 pages, 8 figures, 2 tables, 2 color plates. 1998. $16.00.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-6 Plates 2A-CPlates 2A, 2B, and 2C for Coal geology of McIntosh County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 74 pages, 8 figures, 2 tables, 2 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Figure 12Figure 12 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Figure 13Figure 13 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Figure 24Figure 24 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Figure 25Figure 25 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Figure 40Figure 40 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Figure 41Figure 41 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Plate 1Plate 1 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Plate 2Plate 2 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Plate 3Plate 3 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Plate 4Plate 4 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Plate 5Plate 5 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 98-7 Plate 6Plate 6 for The Hartshorne play in southeastern Oklahoma: regional and detailed sandstone reservoir analysis and coal-bed methane resources, by Richard D. Andrews, Brian J. Cardott, and Taylor Storm. 90 pages, 53 figures, 14 tables, 6 color plates. 1998.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-1Two- and three-dimensional seismic methods: effective application can improve your bottom line, by Deborah K. Sacrey and others. 84 pages, 103 figures. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-2Petroleum Core Catalog (compiled by Walter C. Esry and Larry T. Austin). 295 pages. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-3Geological perspectives of reservoir engineering: a water flood workshop, by Kurt Rottmann. 101 pages, 148 figures, 15 tables. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 22Figure 22 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 23Figure 23 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 38Figure 38 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 41Figure 41 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 42Figure 42 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 53Figure 53 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 54Figure 54 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 66Figure 66 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-4 Figure 67Figure 67 for Morrow gas play in the Anadarko basin and shelf of Oklahoma, by Richard D. Andrews. 133 pages, 74 figures, 12 tables, 7 plates. 1999.Special Publications
Special Publication 99-5Oklahoma oil and gas production by field, 1995-98, coordinated by Michelle J. Summers. 445 pages. 1999.Special Publications

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The OGS Bulletin is a peer-reviewed scientific research journal with over 150 volumes published continuously from 1908 to present. The Bulletin represents our highest level of publication, equivalent to other major peer-reviewed science journals. Articles are peer-reviewed by at least three reviewers. Hard copies are available in many libraries around the country as part of an exchange agreement.

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