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Geology of Mercer and Oliver Counties, North Dakota

C. G. Carlson

Geology of Mercer and Oliver Counties, North Dakota

by C. G. Carlson

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Published by North Dakota Geological Survey in Grand Forks .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Dakota,
  • Mercer County.,
  • Oliver County.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- North Dakota -- Mercer County.,
    • Geology -- North Dakota -- Oliver County.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby C. G. Carlson.
      SeriesNorth Dakota Geological Survey. Bulletin 56-pt. 1. County ground water studies 15-pt. 1, County ground water studies , 15, pt. 1., Bulletin (North Dakota Geological Survey) ;, 56, pt. 1.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB705.N9 A25 no. 15, pt. 1, QE150.M45 A25 no. 15, pt. 1
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 72 p.
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5028413M
      LC Control Number73623358

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      What Is North Dakota CarbonSAFE Doing? The project began by drilling two deep exploratory holes—one in Oliver County and one in Mercer County—to better understand the geology that could be used for safe, permanent storage of CO 2. The rock layers examined lie about feet below the surface.   North Dakota's Geologic Legacy is a finalist in the Nature category for the Midwest Book Awards.. North Dakota's Geologic Legacy is the story of the landscape why it looks like it does and how it formed. The book is designed for the physical and the armchair traveler. Most of the features portrayed can be seen from the road.5/5(6).

      Great Plains Directory Service's Renville County plat map book contains plat and directory maps that show current farmstead residents, rural landowners, types of roads, waterways and other information that will help you navigate around North Dakota. Pages in category "North Dakota counties" The following 55 pages are in this category, out of 55 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().


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Geology of Mercer and Oliver Counties, North Dakota by C. G. Carlson Download PDF EPUB FB2

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It is one of a series of reports prepared by the North Dakota Geologica l Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission and the U. Geological Survey in their ground water study series. Get this from a library.

Geology of Mercer and Oliver Counties, North Dakota. [C G Carlson]. Survey, North Dakota State Water Commission, North Dakota Geological Survey, and Mercer and Oliver Counties Water Managemen t Districts. The results of the investigation will be published in thre e separate parts of the bulletin series of the North Dakota Geologica l Survey and the county ground-water series of the North Dakota Stat e Water -Commission.

MERCER and OLIVER COUNTIES, NORTH DAKOT A by M. Croft U. Geological Survey Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission, North Dakota Geological Survey, Mercer County Water Management District, and Oliver County Management District.

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[John P Bluemle; North Dakota Geological Survey,; North Dakota. History. The Dakota Territory legislature created the county on Apwith territory partitioned from Mercer was named for Harry S. Oliver of Lisbon, North Dakota (), a Republican politician and member of the Dakota Territory House State: North Dakota.

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Geologic map of the Square Buttes coal field, Oliver and Mercer Counties, North Dakota. Pleistocene drift borders and diversion channels in and adjacent to the Square Buttes coal field, Oliver and Mercer Counties, North Dakota. Sections of coal beds in T. N., RS. W., Square Buttes coal field, Oliver and Mercer Counties, North Dakota.

3D LiDAR surface map of the Hazen-Stanton Eolian Sands in southeastern Mercer County, North Dakota. This expansive area contains three large areas where dunes ft or more in height can be found. Carlson, C.G.,Geology of Mercer and Oliver Counties, North Dakota, North Dakota Geological Survey, Bulle Part 1, 72 p.

Non-technical description of the geology of North Dakota illustrated with about black and white photos and drawings; includes a full-color geologic highway map of the state.

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