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SP0006D. Geologic Framework and Regional Hydrology: Upper Cenozoic Blackwater Draw and Ogallala Formations, Great Plains, T. C. Gustavson, Editor. 244 p., 97 figs., 38 tables, 5 appendices, 1990. Downloadable PDF.
Excerpted from the Introduction, by T. C. Gustavson
Symposium papers describe elements of the stratigraphy, biostratigraphy, hydrology, and geomorphology of the Ogallala and Blackwater Draw Formations.
Depositional facies of the Miocene-Pliocene Ogallala Formation, northwestern Texas and eastern New Mexico, by T. C. Gustavson and D. A. Winkler
Sedimentation, soil stratigraphy, and age of the Blackwater Draw Formation, by V. T. Holliday
The Sidney Gravel and Kimball Formation, supposed parts of the Ogallala Group (Neogene), are not objectively mappable units, by R. F. Diffendal, Jr.
Sedimentary facies and biochronology of the upper Tertiary Ogallala Group, Blanco and Yellow House Canyons, Texas Panhandle, by D. A. Winkler
Clarendonian and Hemphillian vertebrate faunas from the Ogallala Formation (late Miocene-early Pliocene) of the Texas Panhandle and adjacent Oklahoma, by G. E. Schultz
Biostratigraphy of fossil mammals from the Ogallala (Miocene) of north-central Kansas (abstract), by R. J. Zakrzewski
Fossil plants from the late Miocene Ogallala Formation of central North America: possible paleoenvironmental and biostratigraphic significance, by J. R. Thomasson
Vertebrate biostratigraphy of the Ogallala Group in Nebraska, by M. R. Voorhies
Meteorologic and isotopic characteristics of precipitation events with implications for ground-water recharge, Southern High Plains, by Ronit Nativ and Robert Riggio
Natural recharge of the Ogallala aquifer through playas and other non-stream-channel settings, eastern New Mexico, by W. J. Stone
Origin of solutes in saline lakes and springs on the Southern High Plains of Texas and New Mexico, by W. W. Wood and B. F. Jones
A proposed sequential development of lake basins, Southern High Plains, Texas and New Mexico, by C. C. Reeves, Jr.
Paleomagnetic study and age assessment of a succession of buried soils in the type section of the Blackwater Draw Formation, northwestern Texas, by P. E. Patterson and E. E. Larson
Keywords: Cenozoic, Blackwater Draw Formation, Ogallala Formation, Texas, New Mexico, Southern High Plains, Great Plains, stratigraphy, biostratigraphy, hydrology, geomorphology, sedimentation, faunas, fossils, soils
Gustavson, T. C., editor, 1990, Geologic Framework and Regional Hydrology: Upper Cenozoic Blackwater Draw and Ogallala Formations, Great Plains: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Symposium SP 6, 244 p.