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|Educational Publication 10||Dot-To-Dot Earth Science Activities for Grades 1-6, by James R. Chaplin. 63 pages. 2011.|
|Educational Publication 9||Earth Science and Minerals Resources of Oklahoma, by Kenneth S. Johnson and Kenneth V. Luza, Editors. 21 pages. 2008.|
|Educational Publication 8||Oklahoma geology for earth science teachers/students grades 6-12, by James R. Chaplin. 104 pages. 2003.|
|Educational Publication 7||Reading topographic maps - activities for earth science teachers and students, by James R. Chaplin. 82 pages. 2001.|
|Educational Publication 6||Oklahoma generalized geologic time scale - the story told by rocks, by James R. Chaplin. Full color, 22x34 in. poster. 1999; 2nd printing, 2001.|
|Educational Publication 5||Guide to resources for earth science information in Oklahoma, by Neil H. Suneson. 76 pages. 1996.|
|Educational Publication 4||Guidebook for geologic field trips in north central Oklahoma, by John D. Naff. 42 pages, 52 figures, 43 field trip sites. 1981.|
|Educational Publication 3||Northwest 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 2||Introduction, 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 1||Geology 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.|