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SP0002. Oil and Water: Related Resource Problems of the Southwest. A Symposium. Eight papers, 64 p., 9 figs., 1965.
From the Foreword by Peter T. Flawn
This volume presents the texts of papers presented at a Symposium...sponsored by the Southwestern Federation of Geological Societies and The University of Texas in Austin, January 29, 1965. Publication was undertaken by the Bureau of Economic Geology in response to numerous requests for copies.
Resources and the State Government, by J. C. Langdon
Oil and Gas Versus Water in the Southwest: Conflict or Compromise?, by R. E. Faggoli
The Texas Railroad Commission Looks Ahead, by G. F. Singletary
What Exploration Geologists Should Know About Pollution, by E. F. Gloyna
Pollution Control: The Relation of Water Quality Protection to Exploration for and Production of Oil and Gas in the Southwest, by J. J. Vanertulip
Ground Water for the Oil Industry in Texas and Southeast New Mexico, by W. F. Guyton
Economic and Social Implications of Water and Oil Resources, by S. A. Arbingast
Oil, Gas, and Water Law--Today and Tomorrow, by J. C. Dougherty
Southwestern Federation of Geological Societies and The University of Texas, 1965, Oil and Water: Related Resource Problems of the Southwest. A Symposium: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Symposium SP 2, 64 p.