Browsing by Subject "Minerals"

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  • Smith, Ned M.; Brookley, Arthur C.; McGregor, Duncan J. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1954)
    Rocks, minerals, and fossils of Indiana are the foundation, directly or indirectly, of the economic well-being of the state. Utilization of rocks, minerals, and fossils has contributed to the development of civilization. ...
  • Wier, Charles E. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1952)
    The Jasonville quadrangle, located in parts of Clay, Greene, and Sullivan Counties in west central Indiana, contains approximately 58 square miles. The rocks exposed in the quadrangle comprise the Staunton, Linton, Petersburg, ...
  • Greenberg, Seymour S.; Bundy, Wayne M.; McGregor, Duncan J. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1958)
    The study of minerals and rocks is an important part of the science of geology, which treats of the history of the earth and its life, especially as recorded in the rocks. Surprisingly many of us accept as commonplace many ...
  • Horowitz, Alan S.; Lane, N. Gary; Patton, John B.; Rexroad, Carl B. (Indiana University and Indiana Geological Survey, 1976-05-05)
    This inventory represents a rough listing of the contents of 67 boxes of packed specimens and one cabinet at the Workingmen's Institute in New Harmony, Indiana that was accomplished in two days. The identifications are ...
  • Erd, Richard C.; Greenberg, Seymour S. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1960)
    Undisturbed Paleozoic sediments form the bedrock surface of Indiana. The most common minerals in these sediments are calcite, clay minerals, dolomite, glauconite, goethite, gypsum, hematite, limonite (hydrous iron oxides), ...

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