Browsing by Author "Esarey, Ralph E."

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  • Esarey, Ralph E.; Bieberman, Doris F. (Indiana Division of Geology, 1948)
    Silurian and Devonian outcrops of Indiana are divided roughly into two areas, northern and southeastern Indiana. The bedrock of the northern area is largely covered by glacial drift, whereas the bedrock of the southeastern ...
  • Wier, Charles E.; Esarey, Ralph E. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1951-05)
    During the period of oil and gas development in the 1950s, many petroleum geologists became interested in Pennsylvanian stratigraphy in Indiana. They hoped that the attitude of some of the key beds in the Pennsylvanian ...
  • Esarey, Ralph E.; Malott, Clyde A.; Galloway, J.J. (Department of Geology, Indiana University, 1947)
    The conference is planned to provide an opportunity to observe and discuss the outcrop sections of the Silurian and Devonian rocks in southeastern Indiana. The broad aspects of the stratigraphy and fauna will be emphasized ...
  • Esarey, Ralph E.; Malott, Clyde A.; Galloway, Jesse J. (Indiana Division of Geology, 1947)
    This conference was planned to provide an opportunity to observe and discuss outcrops of Silurian and Devonian rocks in southeastern Indiana. The broad aspects of the stratigraphy and fauna were emphasized since most persons ...
  • Esarey, Ralph E.; Bieberman, Doris F. (Indiana Division of Geology, 1948-05)
    In response to popular demand, the Silurian formations and associated reef structures of northern Indiana were chosen as the subject for the 1949 Field Conference. The numerous quaquaversal structures in the Niagaran of ...
  • Esarey, Ralph E.; Bieberman, Doris F.; Bieberman, Robert A. (Indiana Division of Geology, 1950-05)
    The Mississippian-Pennsylvanian unconformity is the most pronounced and extensive break in the Paleozoic rocks of the Eastern Interior Basin. During the long erosional interval Mississippian beds were truncated and a ...
  • Mallot, Clyde A.; Esarey, Ralph E.; Bieberman, Doris F. (Indiana Division of Geology, 1948-05)
    This field trip was organized to observe and discuss outcrop of Upper and Middle Mississippian age in Indiana. These formations are of special economic interest because the greater part of petroleum, agricultural limestone, ...

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