Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Harper, Denver (Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, 1985)
  • Hill, John R. (Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, 1974)
  • Powell, Richard L. (Indianapolis, IN: Indiana State Library, 1966., 1966)
  • Rexroad, Carl B.; Noland, Anne V.; Pollock, Charles A. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1978)
    Ten multielement species of conodonts representing the Kockelella variabilis Zone are described from samples from 10 locations in the Louisville Limestone and in the lower part of the Wabash Formation in the type area of ...
  • Hester, Norman C. (Indiana Geological Survery, 1987)
    The Indiana of today and its geologic needs are vastly different from those perceived so well by David Dale Owen 150 years ago. Although Dr. Owen did not foresee all the forward-looking changes detailed here, we trust ...
  • Bleuer, N.K.; Moore, Michael C. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1978)
    This report is designed to provide geologic data for planning the use of mineral resources (including ground water), the disposal of domestic and industrial wastes, and foundation engineering for structures in Allen County.
  • Hill, John R.; Carr, Donald D.; Hartke, Edwin J.; Rexroad, Carl B. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1979)
    LaPorte County, in northwestern Indiana, is in a geologically complex region underlain at shallow depths by depositional sequences of glacial till, 1 outwash sand and gravel, and lacustrine silt and clay. The combined ...
  • Noel, Jame A. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1979)
    The Plummer Field in Greene County, Ind., was discovered by Citizens Gas and Coke Utility during the summer of 1969 on completion of Citizens No. 1 Fred & Lucille Rollison. The initial production of this well was 120 barrels ...
  • Hartke, Edwin J.; Ault, Curtis H.; Austin, George S.; Becker, Leroy E.; Bleuer, N.K.; Herring, William C.; Moore, Michael C. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1980)
    Marion County is the center of a large and rapidly growing urban-industrial complex in the heartland of Indiana. The boundaries of the county and of Indianapolis, the state capital, are the same as a result of the UNIGOV ...
  • 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 ...
  • Wright, Robert P. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1980)
    Middle Devonian chitinozoans from the Muscatatuck Group of Indiana belong to eight species of the genera Alpenachitina, Ancyrochitina, Angochitina, Eisenackitina, and Hoegisphaera. The Chitinozoa are most abundant in ...
  • Noel, James A. (State of Indiana Department of Natural Resorces Geological Survey, 1979)
    The Plummer Field in Greene County, Ind., was discovered by Citizens Gas and Coke Utility during the summer of 1969 on completion of Citizens No. 1 Fred & Lucille Rollison. The initial production of this well was 120 barrels ...
  • Dawson, Thomas A.; Carpenter, Gerald L. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1963)
    Underground gas storage is the practical means of making available the increased supplies of natural gas that are needed in Indiana in winter periods of peak demand. To date, 21 gas storage projects providing an estimated ...
  • Ault, Curtis H.; Moore, Michael C. (Indiana Geological Survey, 1980)
    Detailed economic geological report of aggregate resources located in the Big Blue River Valley, Indiana. Contains appendices detailing the findings from auger bore samples in Hancock, Henry, Rush, and Shelby Counties. Map ...

Search IUScholarWorks


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account