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AGS GB 34. Aspects of Tertiary Sedimentary Rocks:...Central Texas...Coastal Plain, Revisited

AGS GB 34

AGS GB 34. Aspects of Tertiary Sedimentary Rocks, (Paleocene-Miocene), Central Texas Gulf Coastal Plain, Revisited, by  E. F. McBride and C. M. Woodruff, Jr. 57 p., 2014.

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AGS GB 34. Aspects of Tertiary Sedimentary Rocks (Paleocene-Miocene), Central Texas Gulf Coastal Plain, Revisited, by  E. F. McBride and C. M. Woodruff, Jr. 57 p., 2014.


Contents


Frontispiece A

Frontispiece B

Preface

Introduction

Excursion to Selected Exposures--Road Log and Stop Descriptions, by E. F. McBride and C. M. Woodruff, Jr.

Stop 1: Acme Brick PitStop 2A: Carrizo-Calvert Bluff, Golf course
Stop 2B: Alluvium-Carrizo
Inactive Stop 3: Queen City Sand
Inactive Stop 4: Plum Bentonite-Carlos Sandstone
Stop 5: Oakville Sandstone
Stop 6A: Fayette County Courthouse
Stop 6: Muldoon-Carlos Sandstone, Wellborn Formation

How a Paleozoic Carbonate Petrographer Got Snookered into Field Mapping in the Tertiary, by R. L. Folk

Summary of Groundwater Conditions in the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer of Bastrop, Lee, and Fayette Counties, by Janie Hopkins

The Fayette County Courthouse, by T. S. Patty

Addresses and Affiliations


Keywords: Bastrop County, Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer, Central Texas, Fayette County, groundwater, Muldoon-Carlos Sandstone, Oakville Sandstone, Queen City Sand, sedimentary rocks, Tertiary, Wellborn Formation



Citation
McBride, E. F., and Woodruff, C. M., Jr., 2014, Aspects of Tertiary Sedimentary Rocks (Paleocene-Miocene), Central Texas Gulf Coastal Plain, Revisited: Austin Geological Society Guidebook 34, 57 p.