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  • Spencer, Frank D. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1953)
    The Indiana coal field forms the eastern edge of the eastern interior coal basin, which is near some manufacturing areas of the United States. For this reason Indiana coal reserves are an important State and National asset.
  • Hartke, Edwin J.; Hill, John R. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1974)
    Lake Lemon was constructed during 1953 in a hilly, Heavily wooded drainage basin. Considerable lakeside development has taken place after impoundment, and as a result concern has arisen about the sedimentation rate in the ...
  • Rudman, Albert J.; Blakely, Robert, F. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1975)
    In 1960 Roland G. Henderson, of the U.S. Geological Survey, published a comprehensive system for computation of first and second derivatives of potential fields and the continuation of fields to levels above or below the ...
  • Hill, John R.; Austin, George S. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1975)
    Earth materials in the form of rock and unconsolidated sediments provide a basis for our very existence. They yield building stone, coal, oil, gas, ground water, a wide variety of minerals, and sand and grave, and we grow ...
  • Kwon, Byung-Doo; Blakely, Robert F.; Rudman, Albert, J. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1978)
    Automatic (computer) correlation of geophysical logs is complicated by stratigraphic thickening (or stretch) from one area to another. Previous algorithms compute the stretch with repeated crosscorrelations of the original ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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, ...
  • Malott, Clyde A. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1979)
    The scientific paper that is reprinted here is the first published research of a man who became a leading authority on the geomorphology and stratigraphy of southern Indiana. During his 35-year career at Indiana University, ...
  • Rarick, R. Dee (Indiana Geological Survey, 1980)
    Inventions that greatly benefit mankind are generally not discovered and new industries do not spring up until there is a real need for them. The petroleum industry, which had its beginning in the middle of the 19th century, ...
  • Lee, Tien-Chang; Rudman, Albert J.; Sjoreen, Andrea (Indiana Geological Survey, 1980)
    A program ( FINITEG) uses the finite-element method to deal with problems commonly encountered in the study of terrestrial heat flow. FINITEG can provide transient and steady-state solutions to one heat-flow problem or ...
  • Keller, Stanley, J.; Abdulkareem, Talal F. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1980)
    The post-Knox unconformity provides the principal trapping conditions for underground gas storage at Unionport in Randolph County. Erosion remnants of the porous Knox Dolomite protrude upward into the overlying impermeable ...
  • Keller, Stanley J.; Becker, Leroy E. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1980)
    An area of 11 counties in southwestern Indiana was studied because ( 1) the subsurface geology of the Salem Limestone and associated rocks in the area contained numerous correlation discrepancies; (2) it was the locus of ...
  • Frazer, L. Neil (Indiana Geological Survey, 1981)
    The problem of sound propagation in an acoustic layer over an acoustic half space (liquid over liquid) is solved by quadrature based on the generalized Filon method. Synthetic seismograms are computed by program NFAR1 for ...
  • Patton, John B.; Carr, Donald D. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1982)
    The limestone building material that has dominated the national market for more than a century is produced in the Bloomington-Bedford district of southern Indiana. Through the years the economy of this two-county area has ...
  • Bassett, Peggy A.; Keith, Brian D. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1984)
    A part of this data base was originally compiled during research on the Trenton Limestone by Brian D. Keith. Because of increased interest by the petroleum industry in deeper subsurface units in Indiana, we have expanded ...
  • Bassett, Peggy A.; Keith, Brian D (Indiana Geological Survey, 1984)
    A part of this data base was originally compiled during research on the Trenton Limestone by Brian D. Keith. Because of increased interest by the petroleum industry in deeper subsurface units in Indiana, we have expanded ...
  • Lienert, Barry R.; Frazer, L. Neil; Rudman, Albert J. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1986)
    Program HYPOERR evaluates the performance of a small network of arbitrary seismic arrays in determining coordinates and times of seismic events. A linearized inversion following the method of Uhrhammer (1980)is performed ...
  • Droste, John B.; Keller, Stanley J. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1989)
    In very early Pennsylvanian time the place nowcalled Indiana was the locus of subaerial erosion. About 8,000 square miles of this landscape is preserved in western Indiana beneath the rocks of the Pennsylvanian System. ...

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