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PB4301D. Texas Mineral Resources - Downloadable PDF.

PB4301D

PB4301D. Texas Mineral Resources 1943 [1946]. 390 p., 27 paper, 88 figs., 28 plates.- Downloadable PDF; not available in paper format.

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PB4301D. Texas Mineral Resources 1943 [1946]. 390 p., 27 paper, 88 figs., 28 plates.- Downloadable PDF; not available in paper format.


Contents
(a) Principal War and Industrial Metals, Minerals, and Mineral Substances, by E. H. Sellards.
(b) Faulting in Northwestern Houston County, Texas, by H. B. Stenzel.
(c) Mica in Texas.
(d) Bird Lead-Silver Mine in Brewster County, Texas, by R. C. Redfield.
(e) Gypsum in the Edwards Limestone of Central Texas, by V. E. Barnes.
(f) Grinding Pebble Deposits of Western Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas, by G. A. Parkinson and V. E. Barnes.
(g) Soapstone and Serpentine in the Central Mineral Region of Texas.
(h) Feldspar in the Central Mineral Region of Texas, by V. E. Barnes.
(i) Barite Deposits in Texas.
(j) Celestite Deposits in Texas, by G. L. Evans.
(k) Stratigraphy of the Ellenburger Group in Central Texas, A Progress Report, by P. E. Cloud, Jr., V. E. Barnes, and J. Bridge.
(l) The Devonian of Central Texas, by V. E. Barnes, P. E. Cloud, Jr., and L. E. Warren.
(m) Occurrence of Oil and Gas in Texas, by E. H. Sellards and L. Hendricks.
(n) Subdivisions of the Ellenburger Limestone in the Southwestern Part of the K.M.A. Oil Field, North-Central Texas, by A. J. Crowley.
(o) Review of Coal Production in Texas.
(p) Gypsum Resources and Mining on the Hockley Dome, Harris County, Texas, by H. B. Stenzel.
(q) Fluorspar in Trans-Pecos Texas.
(r) Diatomite in the High Plains Region of Texas.
(s) Mineral Abrasive and Polishing Materials in Texas, by G. L. Evans.
(t) Manganese Deposits of Texas.
(u) Notes on Dolomite in Potter and Moore Counties, Texas, by L. E. Warren.
(v) Limestone on Damon Mound, Brazoria County, Texas, by E. M. Hurlbut, Jr.
(w) The Origin and Distribution of Spiculite near Lampasas, Lampasas County, Texas, by H. G. Damon.
(x) Industrial Sand from the Eocene Rockdale Formation in Texas, by E. C. Hoeman and R. C. Redfield.
(y) Texas Water Resources, by F. B. Plummer.
(z) Earth Temperatures and Oil Field Waters of North-Central Texas, by V. E. Barnes.
(aa) Index to Texas Mineral Resources, by E. H. Sellards and G. L. Evans. Mineral Locality Map of Texas, scale 1:1,000,000, showing location of mineral deposits including oil and gas fields, by E. H. Sellards, G. L. Evans, and L. Hendricks.


Keywords: minerals, mineral resources, Ellenburger, High Plains, Coastal Plain, Central Mineral Region, Central Texas, North-Central Texas, water resources, Texas



Citation
Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, [1946], Texas Mineral Resources 1943, 390 p.