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Copper, lead, and zinc in the Ouachita Mountains in Oklahoma and adjacent parts of Arkansas

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        StatementOklahoma Geological Survey
        PublishersOklahoma Geological Survey
        Classifications
        LC Classifications2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 91 p. :
        Number of Pages57
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1
        22003-1.
        3Special publication (Oklahoma Geological Survey) ;

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Ashton, and used in a GLO investigation, 1898-1900 KRA, 183 images. Johnson, "Mountains, Streams, and Lakes of Oklahoma," Oklahoma Geological Survey Informational Series No. It was also said that the guards were able to see the cross at the Presidio from the mine entrance. The structure in the Cretaceous rocks at Mariscal is similar to that seen at Persimmon Gap fig.

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In southern and eastern Arkansas, wherever petrified wood is present, there is the possibility of discovering late-formed hyaline opal.

These crystals range up to 3 inches in length and 1. When the second basin was filled, the water flowed into a still lower depression. Evaporites, including rock salt, gypsum, potassium minerals, and other similar compounds, occur extensively in Permian deposits that underlie the greater part of the High Plains and parts of adjacent regions.

Here the hard lavas in the down-faulted block are more resistant to erosion than the soft sandstone and shale on the upthrown side. 123 pages, 76 figures, 17 tables, 11 plates. Textual Records in Denver, except as noted : General correspondence, 1934-46 56 ft.