A Guidebook To The Geology Of The Central And Southern Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas
Charles G. Stone, Boyd R. Haley
This 3-day field trip guidebook is a guide to the structure and stratigraphy of the major mapped units in the central and southern Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas. It includes numerous foldout geologic maps, cross-sections, and photographs pertinent to the 22 described stops. There is also an extensive bibliography of Ouachita geology references. Contributed papers include:
Contributed papers include:
•Summary of the geology of the central and southern Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas, by C.G. Stone and W. V. Bush, p. 65-75.
•A structural cross section through the Ouachita Mountains of western Arkansas, by J. K. Arbenz, p. 76-85.
•Cocorp reflection profiles across the Ouachita Mountains, by R. J. Lillie, K. D. Nelson, Beatrice deVoogd, J. E. Oliver, L. D. Brown, and Sidney Kaufman, p.86-92.
•Conodonts from Ordovician rocks, Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas, by R. L. Ethington, p.93-98.
•Paleomagnetic measurements in the eastern Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas, by D. L. Smith and D. T. Jenkins, p. 99-110.
•Geometry and origin of folds and faults in the Arkansas Novaculite at Caddo Gap, by Jay Zimmerman, p. 111-115.
•Southern source for upper Jackfork Sandstone, Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas, by M. R. Owen, p. 116-122.
•U-Pb zircon ages of granitic boulders in the Ordovician Blakely Sandstone, Arkansas and implications for their provenance, by S. A. Bowring, p. 123.
•Barite in the western Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas, by A. W. Mitchell, p. 124-131.
, 131 pages, 42 figures
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