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BL3201D. Contributions to Geology, 1932. 216 p., 11 figs., 12 plates in text, 1932. Downloadable PDF.
About the Contributions to Geology Publications (excerpted)
These works include "shorter papers of which...usually one volume per year is published, the present volume being the fifth of the series. Each volume of the "Contributions" bears a bulletin number and is thus a part of the series of The University of Texas bulletins issued from the Bureau of Economic Geology.
The 1932 volume...has been issued as a memorial to Dr. Johan August Udden and is published from funds generously contributed by his many friends to the Johan August Udden Publication and Research Fund. The great service to the geologic sciences rendered by Dr. Udden make this volume a most fitting memorial to his life and work..." -- E. H. Sellards, 1932
(1) Texas Pennsylvanian Conodonts and Their Stratigraphic Relations, by C. R. Stauffer and H. J. Plummer
(2) Foraminiferal Evidence of the Midway-Wilcox Contact in Texas, by H. J. Plummer
(3) Fusulinids of the Big Lake Oil Field, Reagan County, Texas, by C. O. Dunbar
(4) A Pennsylvanian Sponge Fauna from Wise County, Texas, by R. H. King
(5) Xiphactinus audax, A Fish from the Cretaceous of Texas, by J. W. Stovall
(6) Geologic Notes on the Lower Cretaceous of Eagle Mountain and Vicinity, Tarrant County, Texas, by J. B. Hawley and J. P. Smith
(7) The Wortham-Mexia, Texas, Earthquake, by E. H. Sellards
(8) The Valentine, Texas, Earthquake, by E. H. Sellards
(9) Sandstone Dikes near Rockwall, Texas, by M. Kelsey and H. Denton
(10) A Study of Certain Pennsylvanian Conglomerates of Texas, by H. X. Bay.
Also contains a photograph of and memorial to J. A. Udden; published as the Johan August Udden Memorial Volume.
Keywords: Pennsylvanian, conodonts, foraminifers, Reagan County, Wise County, Tarrant County, earthquakes, Midway-Wilcox contact, Johan A. Udden, Texas
Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, 1932, Contributions to Geology, 1932: University of Texas Bulletin 3201, 216 p.