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Geology and Lignite Resources of the Marmath Field, Southwestern North Dakota.

United States Geological Survey

Geology and Lignite Resources of the Marmath Field, Southwestern North Dakota.

by United States Geological Survey

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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 775
ContributionsHares, C.
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Geology and Lignite Resources of the Marmath Field, Southwestern North Dakota by United States Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hares, C. Geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth field, southwestern North Dakota. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth field, southwestern North Dakota (Geological Survey) [Charles Joseph Hares] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Geology and Lignite Resources of the Marmarth Field, Southwestern North Dakota. Hares, C. / Washington: GPO, pp., plates, folding color map, and 5 folding sections in pocket at end, issued as United States Geological Survey Bulletin ; general age toning to text, hand stamps of a previous owner, back cover of paper wrappers detached.

Geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth field, southwestern North Dakota / by: Hares, C. Published: () The lignite field of northwestern South Dakota / by: Winchester, Dean E.Published: (). dan, Wyoming coal field. These lignite bearing beds in North Dakota then indicated, were thus designated as Tongue River and classified as a mem- ber unit of the Fort Union formation.

Four years later, C. Hares () presented maps and descriDtions of the geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth coal field. The Brule Formation in southwestern North Dakota consists of complexly interbedded lithologies of claystones, calcareous mudstones, siltstones, freshwater limestones, tuffaceous beds, and cross-bedded sandstones.

Geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth Field, southwestern North Dakota: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletinp. The geology of North Dakota includes thick sequences oil and coal bearing sedimentary rocks formed in shallow seas in the Paleozoic and Mesozoic, as well as terrestrial deposits from the Cenozoic on top of ancient Precambrian crystalline basement rocks.

The state has extensive oil and gas, sand and gravel, coal, groundwater and other natural resources. # Hares C. GEOLOGY AND LIGNITE RESOURCES OF THE MARMARTH FIELD SOUTHWESTERN NORTH DAKOTA wps with signature, taped across spine but overall vg, pp., 14 plts, 1 fig.

Price: $ (stockUSGSB). The second major deposit is the Fort Union lignite field, lying in the northern Great Plains in portions of North Dakota, Montana, and Saskatchewan.

The Gulf Coast and Fort Union lignites represent the largest proportion of reserves and resources of lignites in North America, and are the most important commercial sources of lignites, and are. 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 s: 6. Hares, C.J.,Geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth field, southwestern North Dakota: U.S.

Geological Survey Bulletin,p. Summary: First used as the basal bed of the Sentinel Butte shale member of the Fort Union. formation in Slope, Billings, and Golden Valley Cos, ND.

The geology of South Dakota began to form more than billion years ago in the Archean eon of the s crystalline basement rock continued to emplace through the Proterozoic, interspersed with sediments and volcanic limestone and shale deposits formed during the Paleozoic, during prevalent shallow marine conditions, followed by red beds during terrestrial.

The Missouri River marks an approximate boundary between the eroded landscape of southwestern North Dakota and the entirely different glacial landscape north and east of the river, where we see small hills – small at least compared to large buttes like Sentinel Butte and Bullion Butte found in southwestern North Dakota.

Coal deposits of the U.S. (Modified from Trumbull, ). 8 Western Interlol Basin 15 9 Arkoma Basin 16 10 North*central Texas 17 1 I Williston Basin 18 12 Powder River Basin 19 13 Hanna Basin 20 14 Rock Springs or Green River Field 21 Castle Gate Crested Butte Raton Mesa Field San Juan Basin Black Mesa Field Kaiparowits Field Henry Mountains.

and Burkey beds in the Marmarth field. Present Investigations The principal sources of data for this report are geophysical logs obtained from oil wells, Harksen (), North Dakota State Water Commission, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, and the U.S.

Geological Survey-Water Resources Division (B. Horak, written commun., ). Technical Report: Geology and strippable federal coal resources in the south half of the Dunn Center lignite field, Dunn County, North Dakota.

Geology and strippable federal coal resources in the south half of the Dunn Center lignite field, Dunn County, North Dakota.

Geology and lignite resources of the Marmath Field, southwestern North Dakota. United States Geological Survey Bulletin No.

; pp., 1 fig., 6 photoplts., 8 fold. plts. (7 in pocket) Orig. wrps., libr. stamp on front cover, attachement of backcover repaired with tape, otherwise, contents and .lignite in northwestern South Dakota and adjacent states: U.S.

Geological Survey Bulletin B, 46 p. Hares, C. J.,Geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth field.White, tan, yellow, and gray, cross-bedded, fine- to medium-grained,silty sandstone interbedded with locally bentonitic, gray siltstone, claystone, and sandy to silty claystone.

Characterized by uranium-bearing lignite beds and "clinker" beds fromed by burning coalseams. Thickness up to ft ( m).