Geologic Atlas of Texas, Sherman Sheet, by J. H. McGowen, T. F. Hentz, D. E. Owen, M. K. Pieper, C. A. Shelby, and V. E. Barnes. Color map, folded, scale 1:250,000, and 16-page explanatory booklet, 1967; revised 1991. Paper map. For digital GIS files, order: GADQNE-D. Print Version.
For a downloadable, digital version: GA0031D.
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Part of the Geologic Atlas of Texas, the Sherman Sheet is an oversize color map that depicts the surface geology of Montague, Cooke, Grayson, Wise, Denton, and Collin Counties and parts of Jack, Fannin, Hunt, and Clay Counties, Texas.
The Sherman Sheet honors the late Walter Scott Adkins, distinguished Texas geologist, who was on the Bureau of Economic Geology staff from 1919 to 1921 and from 1926 to 1934. Mr. Adkins was known internationally for his contributions to Cretaceous stratigraphy and paleontology
McGowen, J. H., Hentz, T. F., Owen, D. E., Pieper, M. K., Shelby, C. A., and Barnes, V. E., 1991, Geologic Atlas of Texas, Sherman Sheet: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Geologic Atlas of Texas, map scale 1:250,000.