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Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota.

John P. Bluemle

Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota.

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Published in Grand Forks .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Dakota,
  • Eddy County.,
  • Foster County.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- North Dakota -- Eddy County.,
    • Groundwater -- North Dakota -- Foster County.,
    • Geology -- North Dakota -- Eddy County.,
    • Geology -- North Dakota -- Foster County.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesCounty ground water studies ;, 5, Bulletin ;, 44, Bulletin (North Dakota Geological Survey) ;, 44.
      ContributionsTrapp, Henry., Geological Survey (U.S.), North Dakota State Water Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE149 .A23 no. 44
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5196309M
      LC Control Number75018341

      Date & Time: PM (Noon), Tuesday, January 30th, Location: Department of Mineral Resources, E. Calgary Ave., Bismarck, ND – Conference room Speaker: Ned Kruger Ned Kruger grew up on a farm near Sheyenne, North Dakota. Upon completing the NDSU geosciences undergraduate program, he joined the North Dakota Geological Survey in where he spent 2 . Buy Geology and water resources of Hand and Hyde Counties, South Dakota: Pt. I: geology (South Dakota Geological Survey. Bulletin) by Helgerson, Ronald (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ronald Helgerson. Bulletin Series. B A preliminary report on the geology of South Dakota Geology and ground-water supplies in Sanborn County, South Dakota; Part I: Geology and ground-water supply Text ( MB) Plate(s) ( MB) Plate(s) Geology and water resources of Hand and Hyde Counties, South Dakota; Part II: Water resources Text ( MB).


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Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota. by John P. Bluemle Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Notes: Part of illustrative matter fold. in pockets. Parts prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission, North Dakota Geological Survey, and the Boards of Commissioners of Eddy and Foster Counties. Eddy and Foster Counties are in east-central North Dakota, high on the eastern flank of the Williston Basin.

They are underlain by to feet of Paleozoic and Mesozoic rocks that dip gently to the west. The uppermost formation, the Cretaceous Pierre Shale, lies directly beneath the glacial drift and crops out in the valleys of the James and Sheyenne Rivers. ship of the glacial geology to ground water conditions ; and 4) to de-termine the location and extent of gravel and other resources of the area.

Methods of Study Foster and Eddy Counties Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties mapped during the and field seasons, respectively. Field information was plotted directly on.

County Ground Water Study 5: Geology and Ground Water Resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota,Bulletin, Number 66 pages with separate envelope with plate maps. Bluemle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

data have been published in "Geology and Ground Water Resources of Eddy North Dakota. book Foster Counties, North Dakota, Part II, Ground Water Basic Data" (Trapp, ). A report on the geology of the area Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties published as Part I of this series (Bluemle, ).

This volume. in Nelson and Walsh Counties, North Dakota 14 5. Channel in till filled with silt in GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES OF NELSON AND WALSH COUNTIES by John P. Bluemle already published for areas adjoining Nelson and Walsh Counties are those for Eddy and Foster Counties (Bluemle, ) and Grand ForksFile Size: 7MB.

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book ground. GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES O F HETTINGER AND STARK COUNTIES, NORTH DAKOT A By Henry Trapp, Jr., and M. Croft ABSTRACT The sedimentary rocks of Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic age in Het-tinger and Stark Counties, on the south-central flank of the Williston struc-tural basin, are ab feet (4, metres) thick.

They are. comprises square miles in south-central North Dakota. The purpose is to provide a comprehensive investigation of the area l geology and the occurrence of ground water. The geological in-vestigation is part of a cooperative ground water project involving three.

Bluemle, J.P.,Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota: North Dako­ ta Geological Survey Bulle pt. 1, 66 p.Geology and ground water resources of Traill County Part 1, geology: North Dakota North Dakota. book Survey Bulle pt. 1, 34 p. la, Geology of McLean County, North Dakota:Cited by: 2.

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book least three times during the Wisconsin Stage of the Pleistocene, but the entire sequence of drifts has not been observed in one exposure. The drift which covers the area was deposited during three ice advances termed the Long Lake, Burnstad and Streeter advances.

The position of the drift border of the Long Lake advance is marked by the prominent. by the North Dakota Geological Survey and the North Dakota State Water Commission. The reports are in three parts; Part I describes the geology, Part II presents ground water basic data, and Part III describe s the ground water resources.

Part III will be published later and will be distributed as soon as possible. GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES O F GRAND FORKS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA PART 3 - GROUND WATER RESOURCES By T.

Kelly and Q. Paulson ABSTRACT Ground water is obtainable in Grand Forks County both from the bedrock and from the overlying glacial drift deposits.

Bedrock aquifers include rocks of Ordovician age and the Dakota Group and Pierre. Barnes County, North Dakota PART II GROUND-WATER BASIC DATA By T. KELLY Geological Survey United States Department of the Interior to supplement the geology and ground-water resources reports that will be published later.

Most of the records were collected during and The geology of North Dakota includes thick sequences oil and coal bearing sedimentary rocks formed in shallow seas in the Paleozoic and Mesozoic, as well as terrestrial deposits from the Cenozoic on top of ancient Precambrian crystalline basement rocks.

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to locate and define aquifers, (3) to assess the extent of other mineral resources, and (4) to interpret the geologic history of the area. Methods. Guide to the Geology of Northeastern North Dakota, by Mary E.

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ED GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE LAKE DAKOTA PLAIN AREA, SOUTH DAKOTA By WILLIAM B. HOPKINS and LESTER E. PETRI ABSTRACT The Lake Dakota plain area is a nearly flat surface that includes parts of Spink, Brown, Marshall, and Day Counties in northeastern South Dakota.

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The following discussion of the geology of Eddy County is based on the reports listed in the list of references and on information ob­ tained in the field during the present investigation. The areas of out­ crop of the different geologic units are shown on plate 1.

The rocks exposed in Eddy County are all of sedimentary origin,File Size: KB. During that time, I mapped the geology of 23 of North Dakota’s 53 counties.

With time, I became more involved in management issues and the North Dakota State Industrial Commission appointed me State Geologist in I served in that capacity until I retired in GEOLOGY of MERCER and OLIVER COUNTIES, NORTH DAKOT A by C.

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The treaty, signed by the Red Lake and Pembina bands, provided for the cession of a strip of land. north dakota geological survey wilson m. laird, state geologist bulletin 48 north dakota state water conservation commission milo w. hoisveen, state engineer county ground water studies 9 with prepared geological geology and ground water resources williams county, north dakota part ii — ground-water basic data by c.

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Plate 1 is a generalized geologic map that groups formations as units in the same manner. Plate 2 contains cross-sections through the county that portray a three-dimensional view of the geology at depth as interpreted from surface outcrop patterns and limit subsurface Size: 4MB.

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