Arkansas Geological Survey
Maps and Data
Title: Contributions To The Geology Of Arkansas: Volume I
Series Num: MP 18A
Author: John David, III McFarland
Price: $6.00
Year Published: 1982
Description: The first of a series of publications containing 9 short papers and assorted abstracts concerning the geology of Arkansas. Contributed papers are diverse in subject matter and generally narrow in scope. Papers in Volume I include: •The Prairie Creek kimberlite, Arkansas, by S. L. Bolivar, p. 1-22. •Dierks barite district geological observations, by B. F. Clardy, p. 23-26. •Problems concerning the geochemistry and genesis of stratiform barite-pyrite ore deposits in Arkansas, by J. S. Hanor, p. 27-32. •Smoky quartz in residual bauxite, Saline County, Arkansas, by J. M. Howard, p. 33-36. •Exploration for fractured petroleum reservoirs, northern flank of Arkoma Basin, Arkansas, by H. MacDonald, W. Waite, M. Borengasser, and D. Tolman, p. 37-42. •A small bitumen deposit near Ponca, Arkansas, by J. D. McFarland III, p. 43-44. •A case history of a major landslide on Crowley’s Ridge, Village Creek State Park, Arkansas, by J. D. McFarland III and C. G. Stone, p. 45-52. •Vashegyite from Nevada and "palfevite" (=richmondite) from Nevada and from Arkansas (=kingite), by Charles Milton, E. J. Dwornik, and John Marinenko, p. 53-62. •Uranium content of ground water from central Arkansas, by K. F. Steele, W. C. Cains, J. C. Bevill, J. R. Cook, and Van Price, Jr., p. 63-80. •Abstracts, p. 81-90. •Overview of natural gas production, Washington and Madison County [sic], Arkansas, by J. A. McEntire III, p. 71-78. •New heat flow investigations in Arkansas, by D. L. Smith and Len Fishkin, p. 79-84. •Macroscopic structural geology of the central Cossatot Mountains and surrounding areas, Benton uplift, Arkansas, by J. C. Weber and Jay Zimmerman, p. 85-94. •Provenance of the Jackfork Sandstone, Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma, by S. E. Danielson, P. K. Hankinson, K. D. Kitchings, and Alan Thomson, p. 95-112. •The Blakely "Mountain" Sandstone (Lower to Middle Ordovician) in its type area, by D. A. Danielson, Jr. and W. W. Craig, p.113-125. , 90 pages, 32 figures
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