Browsing Reports of Progress - Indiana Geol. Survey by Subject "Pennsylvanian"

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  • Friedman, Samuel A. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1960-12)
    Data from coal-test boreholes and outcrops show that channel-fill sandstones occur at 32 localities in western Indiana in the Brazil, Staunton, Linton, Petersburg, and Dugger Formations of middle Pennsylvanian age. These ...
  • Canright, James E. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1959-08)
    Plant fossils were first recorded in Indiana by David Dale Owen in l843. Lesquereux's "Description of the Coal Flora of the Carboniferous Formation in Pennsylvania and Throughout the United States," published in 1880, ...
  • Guennel, Gottfried K. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1952)
    In this report the significance of spores in plant life cycles is discussed briefly. The term “miospore” is proposed for fossil spores and spore-like bodies under 200 micra in size. Sampling and coal preparation are outlined, ...
  • Bundy, Wayne M. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1956-09)
    Most of the iron deposits of Martin and Greene Counties, Ind. , are within the Mansfield formation (lower Pennsylvanian), but small deposits also occur in the Beech Creek limestone (upper Mississippian). Goethite, the major ...
  • Walker, Frank H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1959-04)
    This preliminary report on the natural brines of Indiana and adjoining parts of Illinois and Kentucky is a compilation of 473 brine analyses. The analyses were obtained from the files of many companies as well as from ...
  • Gray, Henry H. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1962-11)
    The Mansfield Formation of early Pennsylvanian age crops out in an area of approximately 1,700 square miles in southwestern Indiana. Three-fifths of the formation consists of sandstone; most of the remainder is finer clastic ...
  • Bieberman, Doris F. (Indiana Division of Geology, 1949)
    Recent oil discoveries have stimulated drilling activity in Sullivan and Vigo counties. The discovery well of the Wilfred Pool, Siepman No. 1 well, was completed in August, 1948. Since then, approximately 80 test wells ...
  • Patton, John B. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1955)
    Underground storage of petroleum, and particularly of liquid petroleum products, is relatively new and is growing rapidly in favor. The increased use of this method is caused, in part, by economic factors such as cheaper ...

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