Browsing by Author "Shaver, Robert H."

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  • Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1959-06)
    Many laymen write to the Indiana Geological Survey and ask: “Please send me books and maps on fossils and where they can be found.” Some write on tablet paper in the labored fifth-grade hand of a school child; others write ...
  • Shaver, Robert H.; Burger, Anne M. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1970)
    The Geologic Names Committee of the Indiana Geological Survey has maintained for several years tables of the more important rock- and time-stratigraphic names that have been used in Indiana. These tables show classification ...
  • Burger, Ann M.; Rexroad, Carl B.; Schneider, Allan F.; Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1966-05)
    Indiana lies wholly within the Central Lowland Province and thus calls to mind widespread, thin, nearly flat-lying Paleozoic rocks, major unconformities, and extensive plains. These features express epeirogenic submergences ...
  • Burger, Ann M.; Rexroad, Carl B.; Schneider, Allan F.; Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1966)
    Our purpose on these excursions arranged for the 58th meeting of the Association of American State Ge ologists is to bring about an awareness of Indiana geology and its attraction. Although our State lacks a Grand Canyon ...
  • Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1987)
    One hundred and fifty years ago marked the beginnings of a remarkable geologic odyssey funded by the State of Indiana. The legislature of this then pioneer state appropriated less and $2,000 annually for David Dale Owen ...
  • Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana University Department of Geology, )
    Sedimentology Field Trip prepared for Indiana University Students enrolled in Geology G420 circa mid 1980s.
  • Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Geological Survery, 1979)
    The lower Wabash Valley--complex physiographic wonder: capricious (or misunderstood?) phenomenon; tireless geologic agent; artery, resource, playground, and home for prehistoric and modern man alike--what are its origins, ...
  • Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1979)
    The lower Wabash Valley-215 miles as the river flows from Terre Haute, Ind., to its meeting with the Ohio Valley; 3 to 12 miles across from bedrock wall to bedrock wall; as much as 150 feet from modem alluvial plain to ...
  • Welch, James R.; Suchomel, Diane M.; Rexroad, Carl B.; Okla, Salem M.; James, W. Calvin; Horowitz, Alan S.; Droste, John B.; Ausich, William I.; Ault, Curtis H.; Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, 1978)
  • Shaver, Robert H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1961-05)
    The Tenth Indiana Geologic Field Conference treats the stratigraphy of the Silurian rocks that lie between the Cincinnatian rocks and the bedrock surface in the rectangular area whose corners are defined by Cass, Allen, ...

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