Lubbock Sheet. Paper Map


Geologic Atlas of Texas, Lubbock Sheet, by G. K. Eifler, Jr., J. C. Frye, and A. B. Leonard. Color map, folded, scale 1:250,000, 1967. Paper map. For digital GIS files, order: GADQNW-D. Print Version.

For a downloadable, digital version: GA0021D.

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Part of the Geologic Atlas of Texas, the Lubbock Sheet is an oversize color map that depicts surface geology of Crosby, Dickens, and King Counties and parts of Hale, Floyd, Motley, Cottle, King, Lubbock, Lynn, Garza, Kent, and Stonewall Counties.

The Lubbock Sheet honors the late Dr. Halbert Pleasant Bybee, distinguished Texas geologist, professor at The University of Texas at Austin from 1914 to 1925 and 1936 to 1957. He organized and directed the University Lands Office in Midland, Texas. Dr. Bybee's supervision of the early oil and gas leasing of University of Texas lands in West Texas contributed greatly to growth of The University's permanent fund.

Eifler, G. K., Jr., Frye, J. C., and Leonard, A. B., 1967, Geologic Atlas of Texas, Lubbock Sheet: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Geologic Atlas of Texas, map scale 1:250,000.

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