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Correlation of paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas.

Sherwood E. Frezon

Correlation of paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas.

by Sherwood E. Frezon

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Published by University of Oklahoma in Norman .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma,
  • Coal County.,
  • Arkansas,
  • Sebastian County.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Paleozoic.,
    • Geology -- Oklahoma -- Coal County.,
    • Geology -- Arkansas -- Sebastian County.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p.49-51.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE153 .A3 no. 58
      The Physical Object
      Pagination53 p.
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL221408M
      LC Control Numbera 62009298
      OCLC/WorldCa4247359

      Of the three main types of rocks, sedimentary rocks are by far the most common in Kansas. In fact, nearly all the surface exposures of the state consist of this type. The exceptions are several small areas of igneous rocks in Riley County and two areas of igneous and metamorphic rocks in Woodson County. Caney shale. Occurs in 2 small areas in this quadrangle [Coalgate quadrangle, Coal County, Oklahoma, Arkoma basin], one in southwest corner, and the other in southeast corner. At both places about feet of rock is exposed, approximately upper half of formation.

      rocks and overlying Mesozoic rocks. C) Alabama Paleozoic Stratigraphy I suppose that we have already dealt with the Paleozoic stratigraphy of Alabama in the previous sections, but its always a good idea to put all of the formations into their proper order using a stratigraphic correlation chart. These charts are extremely useful, but. MESOZOIC AND PALEOZOIC ROCKS (north Wyoming). Shown in small areas of complex structure. East Flank of Absaroka Range--Dinwoody Formation, Phosphoria Formation and related rocks., Tensleep Sandstone, and Amsden Formation (Lower Triassic through Upper Mississippian).

      Rock Island Competitive Coal Lease. Location: Le Le Flore County, Oklahoma has coal leases on public land listed in The Coal Fields™. Ouro Mining Incorporated Heavener Oklahoma Corporation Lessee 2 1 1 0 2, Farrell Cooper Mining Fort Smith Arkansas Corporation Lessee 2 0 24 2, Coal Creek Minerals LLC Spiro. Basin of eastern Oklahoma, relatively few wells have penetrated the Hunton Group, and little is known about its stratigraphic character and distribution. It is present, although mostly in the subsurface, from the Texas Panhandle through most of Oklahoma and into western Arkansas (Shannon, ; Amsden, ). Oil was first discovered in the.


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Frezon SE and EE Glick Pre Atoka rocks of northern Arkansas US Geological from at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Lehigh, Coal County, Oklahoma. Created / Published Sanborn Map Company, Sep Notes - Sep - 4 Sheet(s). Circu Correlation of Paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas, was prepared by Sherwood E.

Frezon, geologist Arkansas. book the U. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado. The report presents data concerning the extent and lithology of the Paleozoic rock units in the subsurface in the western part of the Arkoma. Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Coalgate, Coal County, Oklahoma.

Created / Published Sanborn Map Company, Sep Notes - Sep - 8 Sheet(s). Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Coalgate, Coal County, Oklahoma.

Created / Published Sanborn Map Company, Jun Notes - Jun - 6 Sheet(s). Repository Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. USA. Correlation of Paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastian County, Arkansas, by Sherwood F.

Frezon. February 53 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates, 1 table. Circular 57 Plate I: Plate I for Geology of northeastern Cherokee County, Oklahoma, by John M.

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Correlation of paleozoic rocks from Coal County, Oklahoma, to Sebastia Sherwood E. Frezon Not in Library. Geological formations. Clastic Paleozoic rocks predominant, (deposition in a shallow marine environment, the continental shelf), as opposed to limey rocks in the Ozark Mountains.

During most of the Paleozoic, in what is now the Ouachitas, a deep offshore abyssal plain, perhaps more than feet below sea level, existed (Arkansas Geological Survey, ).

In Oklahoma coal of the bituminous variety was first mined commercially in Most, if not all, of the coal produced in the state has been mined from a 14,square-mile area extending from Kansas through northeastern Oklahoma and eastward through central Oklahoma to Arkansas. University of Oklahoma. Frezon S.

CORRELATION OF PALEOZOIC ROCKS FROM COAL COUNTY OKLAHOMA TO SEBASTIAN COUNTY ARKANSAS OK Geol. Surv. Circ. #58 8vo, cloth light wear vg 53 pp., 2 plts 1 fig.

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Early and middle Paleozoic conodont biostratigraphy of the Arbuckle Mountains, southern Oklahoma: OGS Guideb p. Baskin, D.K.,Atomic H/C Ratio of kerogen as an estimate of thermal maturity and organic matter conversion: AAPG Bulletin, v.

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