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EM0003. Depositional and Ground-Water Flow Systems in the Exploration for Uranium

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EM0003. Depositional and Ground-Water Flow Systems in the Exploration for Uranium, by W. E. Galloway, C. W. Kreitler, and J. H. McGowen. 267 p., 12 papers, 1979.

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EM0003. Depositional and Ground-Water Flow Systems in the Exploration for Uranium, by W. E. Galloway, C. W. Kreitler, and J. H. McGowen. 267 p., 12 papers, 1979.



About This Publication
In cooperation with several State and Federal agencies, the Bureau of Economic Geology has conducted several projects on the geology, origin, and extent of uranium resources in Texas. This volume, which was prepared in conjunction with a research colloquium sponsored by the Bureau, reviews and synthesizes the results of this research and demonstrates their applicability to the interpretation of uranium deposits.

Chapters include discussions of fluvial, alluvial-fan, and coastal plain depositional systems, ground-water hydrology of depositional systems, Jackson and Catahoula systems of the Gulf Coastal Plain, Triassic systems of north Texas, Jurassic systems of the Colorado Plateau, and early Tertiary systems of Wyoming intermontane basins. A topical bibliography is also included.


Keywords: bibliographies, Catahoula formation, Colorado Plateau, depositional systems, groundwater, Gulf Coastal Plain, hydrology, Jackson Group, Jurassic, Tertiary, Texas, Triassic, uranium, Wyoming


Citation
Galloway, W. E., Kreitler, C. W., and McGowen, J. H., 1979, Depositional and Ground-Water Flow Systems in the Exploration for Uranium: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, EM0003, 267 p.