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20 BIBLIOGRAPHY OE NORTH AMERICAN GEOLOGY, lffl8.

Cbapin, Theodore.

167. The structure and stratigraphy of Gravina and Revillagigedo islands.

Alaska : U. S. Geol. Survey, Prof. Paper 120, pp. 83-100, 1 pL, 3

flg&, August 22, 1918.
lea The Nelchina-Susitna region, Alaska : U. S. GeoL Survey, BulL 668, 67

pp., 10 pis. (inel. maps), 4 figs., 1918.

Chase, R. L.

169. The oil shale of Colorado : Min. and ScL Press* voU 116, pp. 445-446, 1

fig., March 30, 1918.

Clapp, C. H. See Spencer, A. C, no. 894.

Clapp, Frederick G.

170. Geosynclines and petroliferous deposits (discussion) : Am. Inst. Mln.

Eng., Bull. no. 133, p. 99, January, 19ia

Clark, Bruce L.

171. Meganos group, a newly recognized division In the Eocene of California:

Geol. Soc. America, Bull., vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 281-296, 2 figs., June 30,
1918 ; Abstract, no. 1, p. 94, March 31, 1918.

172. The San Lorenzo series of middle California: California, Univ., T>epL

Geology, Bull., vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 45-234, 22 pis., 4 figs., July 16,
1918.
See also Rich, no. 787.

Clark, Bruce L., and Arnold, Ralph.

173. Marine Ollgocene of the west coast of North America: Geol. Soc Axa^-

lea, Bull., vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 297-^308, 3 figs.» June 30, 1918; Abstract,
no. 1, pp. 153-154, March 81, 19ia

Clark, Frank R.

1T4. Structure and oil and gas resources of the Osage Reservation, Okla-
homa ; T. 26 N., R. 9, 10, and 11 E. : U. S. Geol. Survey, BulL 686,
pp. 91-118, 5 pis. (Incl. maps), 3 figs., 1918.

176. Geology of the Lost Creek coal field, Morgan County, Utah : U. S. GeoL
Survey, Bull. 691, pp. 311-322, 1 pL (map), 1 fig., 1918 [1919].

Clark, I. C.

176. Recently recognized alunlte deposits at Sulphur, Humboldt CJounty,

Nevada: Eng. and Mln. Jour., vol. 106, pp. 159-163, 4 figs., July
27, 1918.

Clark, W. O.

177. Ground water for irrigation In the Morgan Hill area, California (U. S.

Geol. Survey, Water-Supply Paper 400-E, 1917) : Abstract, Wash-
ington Acad. Sci., Jour., vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 128-129, March 4, 19ia

Clark, William Bullock.

178. The geography of Maryland : Maryland Geol. Survey, vol. 10, pp. 89-167,

71 figs., 1918.



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Clarke, John M.

181. Report oh the geological survey: New York State BIus. Bull. no. 196,

pp. 24-49, 2 pis., April 1, 1917 [1918].

182. The philosophy of geology and the order of the state : New York State

Mus. Bull. no. 196, pp. 93-106, April 1, 1917 [1918].

183. Devonian glass sponges: New York State Mus. Bull. no. 196, pp. 177-

198, 6 pis., April 1, 1917 [1918].

184. Strand and undertow markings of upper Devonian time as indications

of the prevailing climate : New York State Mus. Bull. no. 196, pp.
19^-238, 23 pis., April 1, 1917 [1918]. Abstract, GeoL Soc Amer-
ica, Bull, vol. 29, no. 1, p. 83, March 31, 1^18.

185. Primary and secondary stresses recorded by the vein systems in the

PercC rock : New York State Mus. BulL no. 196, pp. 239-240, 3 pis.,
April 1, 1017 [10181.

186. Memorial of William Bullock Clark : Geol. Soc. America, Bull., vol. 20,

no. 1, pp. 21-29, port., March 31, 1918.

187. Possible derivation of the lepadid barnacles from the phyllopods: Nat.

Acad. Scl., Proc vol. 4, no. 12, pp. 384-386, December, 1918.

Clements, Frederic C.

188. Scope and significance of paleo-ecology : Geol. Soc. America, Bull., vol.

29, no. 2, pp. 36^-374, June ^ 1918.

Cockerell, T. D. A.

189. New species of North American fossil beetles, cockroaches, and tsetse

flies : U. S. Nat Mus., Proc, vol. 54, pp. 301-311, 2 pis., ij figs., 1018.

190. Invertebrate paleontology: Science, new ser., vol. 47, pp. 319-320,

March 29, 1918.

Cockfleld, William E.

191. Explorations in Yukon Territory: Canada, Geol. Survey, Summ. Kept.

1917, pt B, pp. 1-9, 1918.

Cole, G. G.

192. The Holmesville, Ohio, glacial terrace and moraine (abstract) : Science,

new ser., voL 47. p. 469, May 10, 1918.

Cole, L. Heber.

193. Occurrence and testing of foundry moulding sands: Canada, Dept.

Mines, Mines Branch, BulL no. 21, 17 pp., 3 pis., 2 figs., 1917.
19C Investigation of certain sand and sandstone deposits: Canada, Dept.
Mines, Mines Branch, Summ. Kept 1917, pp. 51-52, 1918.

Coleman, A. P.

195. Geology of the Toronto region. In The natural history of the Toronto

region, Ontario, Canada, ed. by J. H. Faull, pp. 51-81, 2 pis., map,
Toronto, published by the Canadian Institute, 1913.

196. La p^ninsule du Labrador: Soc. g^graphie Quebec, Bull., vol. 12, no.

3, pp. 143-145, May-June, 1918.
See also Ekblaw, no. 278; Wilson, no. 1060. *



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22 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOLOGY, I^IS.

Collier, Arthur J. — Continued.

199. The NeeRon antleUne, WiUlams County, Nortb Dakota : U. S. GeoL Sur-
vey, Bull. 691, pp. 211-217. 1 pi. (map), Augnst 15, 1918.

900. Oeoloigr of northeastern Montana : U. S. GeoL Survey, Prof. Paper 120,
pp. 17-39, 6 pis. (IneL map), 5 figs., December 12, IBIS.

Collier, Arthur J., and Thorn, W. T., Jr.
201. The Flaxvllle gravel and Its relation to other terrace gravels of the
northern Great Plains: U. S. Geo!. Survey, Prof. Paper 198, pp.
179-184, 4 pis. (Incl. map), 1 flg., January 26, 1918. Abstract by
R. W. Stone, Washington Acad. Sd., Jour., v<rf. 8> no. 8, p. 249.
April 19, 1918.

Condit D. Dale.
202w Relations of late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic formations of south-
western Montana and adjacent parts of Wyoming: U. S. Geol.
Survey, Prof. Paper 120, pp. 111-121^ 5 pis. (incl. map), 1 fig.,
October 21. 19ia

Condra, Q. E.

203. Preliminary report on the potash industry of Nebraska : Nd>raska Univ.,

Nebraska Conservation and Soil Survey, Bull 8, 39 ]^^ 18 figs^

1918.

Cooke, CJharles Wythe.

204. Orbitoid Foraminifera of the genus Orthophragmina from Georgia and

Florida (U. S. GeoL Survey, Prof. Paper 108-G, 1917) : Abstract,
Washington Acad. Sci^ Jour., voL 8, no. 4, p. 96, Februaiy 19, 1918.

205. Correlation of the deposits of Jackson and Vicksburg ages in Mississippi

and Alabama : Washington Acad. Scl., Jour., voL 8, no. 7, pp.
180-198, April 4, 1918.

Cooke, CJharles Wythe, and Shearer, Harold Kurtz.

206. Deposits of Claiborne and Jackson age in Georgia : U. S. GeoL Sur\'ey,

Prof. Paper 120, pp. 41-81, 1 pL (map), 3 ftgs., June 4, 1918. Ab-
stract, Washington Acad. Sci., Jour., vol. 8, no. 15, p. 540, Sep-
tember 19, 1918.

Coolbaugh, W. F.

207. Potash: Colorado School of Mines Mag., vol. 8, no. 6, pp. 9T-P9,

June, 1918.

Coste, Eugene.

208. Principles and problems of oil prospecting in the Gulf coast country

(discussion) : Am. Inst Min. Eng., Bull. no. 136, pt>. 83(V-S52,
April, 1918.
See also Matteson, no. 634.
Cotton, C A.



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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF KOBTH AMERICAN GEOLOGY^ 1918. 23

Crook, A. R.

212. Additional note on Mooks Mound (abstract* with discussion by J. E.
Todd) : Geol. Soc. America, Bull., roL 29, no. 1, pp. 80-81, March,
81, Idia
See also Budi^, bo. 116; TomllDson, ih>. 95a

Crooks, Harold F.

Pre-Cambrian rocks in the Medicine Bow Mountains of Wyoming

(abstract). See Blackwelder and Crooks, no^ 78.
Types of North America Paleoxoio oolites (abstract). See Van Tuyl

and Crooks, no. 97S.
Early Silurian rocks of the northern Peninsola of Michigan. See

Savage and Crooks^ bo. &i8.

Cullen, John.
213w Lime resources and industry in Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geoi Survey,
Bull. no. 26, 70 pp., 10 figs., map, August, 1917.

Cashing, H. P.
214* The Gouvemeur quadrangle: New York State Mus. BvJL no. 196, pp.
24-29, April 1, 191T [1918].

Cushman, Joseph Augustine.

215. Some Pliocene and Miocene Foraminifera of the Coastal Plain of the

United States : U. S. GeoL Survey, Bull. 676, 100 pp., 31 pis., 1918.

216. Contributions to the geology and paleontology of the Canal Zone, Pan-

ama, and geologically related areas in Central America and the
West Indies; Tlie aiBftller fossil Foraminifera of the Panama
Canal Zone: U. S. Nat. Mus., BiilL lOS, pp. 45-87, 15 pis., 1918.

217. The larger fossil Foraminifera of the Panama Canal Zone: U. S. Nat.

Mus., Bull. lOa, pp. 89-102, 12 pl&t 19ia
2>ake, G. U

218. The Hart Mountain overthrust and associated strw^turesin Park County,

Wyoming: Jour. Oeolotsjy v<^. 26, no, 1, k>. 45-55, 1 fig., January-
February, l»ia

219. The Valley City graben, Utah : Jour. (Jeology, vol. 26^ no. 6^ pp. 569-573,

4 figs., September-October, 1918.
Dall, William Healey.

220. Reminiscences of Alaskan volcanoes: Sci. Monthly, yoL 7, no. 1,

pp. 80-90, 3 figs., July, 1918.

221. Pleistocene fossils of Magdalena Bay> Lower California, collected by

Charles Kus^U Orcutt: The Nautilus, voL 82, na 1, pp. 23-26,
July, 19ia
Daly, Marcel R.
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Daly, Reginald A. — ContiDued.

225. Genesis of the alkaline rocks : Jour. Geology, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 97-134,

February-March, 1918.

226. Field relations of lltchfieldite and soda syenites of Litchfield, Maine:

Geol. Soc. America, Bull., vol. 29, no. 1, p. 99 (abstract), March
81. na 3, pp. 463-470, 2 fig&, September 30, I9ia

Dana, Edward Salisbury, and others.
226a. A century of science in America, with special reference to the Ameri-
can Journal of Science, 1818-1918. 458 pp., pis. (portraits). New
Haven, Yale University Press, 1918.

Reproduced with some additions from the Centennial Number,
1818-1918 (July, 1918) of the American Journal of Science. Tfac
contributions relating to geology have been entered under the in-
dividual authors.

Barton, N. H.

227. The structure of parts of the central Great Plains : U. S. GeoL Survey,

Bull. 691, pp. 1-26;. 4 pis., 18 figs., April 2, 1918. Abstract, Wash-
ington Acad. Sci., Jour., vol. 8, no. 14, p. 503, August 19, 1918.
22a Artesian waters in the vicinity of the Black Hills, South Dakota : U. S.
(^eol. Survey, Water-Supply Paper 428, 64 pp., 13 pis. (incL map)«
11 figs., 19ia

229. Structure of some mountains in New Mexico (abstract) : Geol. Soc

America, Bull., voL 29, no. 1, p. 72, March 1, 1918.

Davis, E. F.

230. The Franciscan sandstone: California, Univ., Dept. Geology, Bull., vol.

11, no. 1, pp. 1-44, 2 pis., 6 figs., March 20, 19ia

231. The registration of earthquakes at the Berkeley Station and at the Lick

Observatory Station from April 1, 1917, to September 30, 1017:
California, Univ., Seismographic Stations, BulL no. 14, pp. 297-324,
May 23, 1918.

232. The radiolarian cherts of the Franciscan group : California, Univ^ Dept

Geology, Bull., vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 235-432, 12 pis., 16 figs., De-
cember 23, 1918.

Davis, J. A.

Mining and concentration of camotlte ores. See Klthil and Davis^
no. 522.
Davis N. B.

233. Report on the clay resources of southern Saskatchewan: Canada, Dept

Mines, Mines Branch, 93 pp., 21 pis., 1 fig., 2 maps, 19ia

Davis, W. M.

234. Coral reefs and submarine banks: Jour. Geology, voL 26, no. 3, pp.

198-223, 4 figs., April-May; no. 4, pp. 289-309; May- June; no. 5,
pp. 38r>-411, July-August, 1918.

235. Geological t^rms in geographical descriptions: Science, new ser., voL

48, pp. 81-84, July 26, 1918.

236. The Cedar Mountain trap ridge near Hartford: Am. jour. Sci., 4th

ser., vol. 46, pp. 476-^77, August, 1918.

237. Subsidence of reef -encircled islands: Geol. Soc. America, Bull., vol. 29,

no. 1, pp. 71-72 (abstract), March 31, no. 3, pp. 489-574, 17 figs.,
September 30, 1918.
23a Grove Karl Gilbert: Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., vol. 46, pp. 669-681, No-
v<»mbpr, 1918.



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Dean, Bashford.

239. Charles Rochester Eastman (1868-1918) : Am. Mus. Jour., voL 18» no. 6,

pp. 50e-507, October, 1918.

Dean, Reginald S.

240. The formation of Missouri cherts: Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., voL 45, pp.

411-415, May, 1918.

BeGolyer, E.

241. The geology of Cuban petroleum deposits: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geo-

logists, BuU., vol. 2, pp. 133-167, 1918.

242. Possible oil and gas fields in the Cretaceous beds of Alabama (discus-

sion) : Am. Inst Mln. Eng., BuU. no. 136, pp. 819-822, April, 1918.
243;. The theory of volcanic origin of salt domes: Am. Inst. Mln. Eng., Bull,
no. 137, pp. 987-1000, May, 1918. Discussion by J. A. Udden, Bull,
no. 139, p. 1147, July, 19ia

244. The irfgnlflcance of certain Mexican oil field temperatures": E3con.

Geology, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 275 - 301, June, 1918.

245. Oil in soutliem Tamaulipas, Mexico (discussion) : Am. Inst. Mln. Eng.,

Bull. no. 142, pp. 1560-1564, 1 fig., October, 1918.

246. Origin of the cap rock of the Gulf coast salt domes (discussion) :

Econ. Geology, vol. 13, no. 8, pp. 616-620, December, 1918.

De Kalb, Courtenay.

247. Ajo copper mines [Pima County, Arizona] : Mln. and Sci. Press., vol.

116, pp. 115-119, 7 figs., January 26, 1918. .

248. Sacramento Hill disseminated copper deposit [Bisbee, Arizona] : Min.

and Sd. Press, voL 116, pp. 549-554, 578-583, 9 figs., April 20 and
127,1918. r

I>el«ury, Justin S.

249. Tungsten ore deposits near Falcon Lake, Manitoba: Canadian Min.

Jour., vol. 39, no. 11, pp. 186-188, 6 figs., June 1, 1918.
The mineral belt north of The Pas [Manitoba]. See Wallace and
DeLury, no. 990.

Denis, Theo. C.

250. Report on mining operations in the Province of Quebec during the

year 1917: Quebec (Province), Dept. of ^Ionization, Mines, and
Fisheries, 147 pp., 6 pis., 4 figs., map, Quebec, 1918.

Deussen, Alexander.

251. Review of developments in the Gulf coast country in 1917: Am.

Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, Bull., vol. 2, pp. 16-57, 5 figs., 1918.
Dick, James E.

252. The Whitepine section of the Tomichi district [Gunnison County, CJol-

oradoj : Eng. and Min. Jour., vol. 106, pp. 331-333, 2 figs., August
24, 19ia



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26 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICAS' GEOLOGY, 1018.

Bickerson, Roy E. — Continued.

d55. Occnrreiice of tlie Siphonalia sutterensiB xooe^ the upperoiost Tejou
horizon in the outer Coast Ranges of Oallfomla <ah6traet) : Geol.
Soc. America, BuUm vol. 20, no. 1, p. 163, March 31, 1918.

DiUer, J. S.
JWie. Asbestos, what it is and does for us : Tractor and Gas Engine Review.
vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 10-11, April, 1918.

257. Chromlte in 1917: U. S. Geol. Survey, Mineral Resources^ 1917, pt 1.

pp. 37-47, August 8, 1918.

258. Talc and soapstone fn 1917: U. S. GeoL Survey, Mineral Resources.

1917, pt. 2. pp. 81-84, July 12, 1918.

259. Asbestos in 1917 : U. S. GeoL Survey, Mineral Resources, 1917, pt 2, pp.

197-204, 3 figs., September 18, 1918.

Dolmagre* V.

260. The copper silver veins of the Telkwa district, British ColuDDa>la:

Econ. Geology, vol. 13, no. 5, w>. 349-380, 2 pis., 2 figs., July, 1918.

Bouthitt, Herman.

261. The structure and relationships of Diplocaulun: [Chicago, University],

Walker Museum, Contr., vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 3-41, 2 pis., 7 figs,, 1917.

Dowling, D. B.

262. Water supply in southern Alberta : Canada GeoL Survey, Summ. Rept,

1917, pt. C, pp. 1-3, 1918.

263. I»otash in saline waters in Saskatchewan : Canada Geol. Survey, Summ.

Rept., 1917, pt. C, pp. 3-4, 1918.
264. Viking- Athabaska gas field: Canada Geol. Survey, Summ. Rept., 1917,
pt. C, pp. 5-6, 1918.

265. Preliminary study of the western gas fields of Canada: Roy. Soc.

Canada, Trans., ser, 3, voL 12, sec. 4, pp. 89-94, 1 pi., June ami
September, 1918.

Drake, N. F.

266. Report on the Colorado coal field of Texas. (Reprint from the Fourth

annual report of the Geological Survey of Texas.) Texas, Uui\%
BulL no. 1755, 3 pis. (incU map), October 1, 1917.

Dresser, J. A, See Taber, no. 924.

Dryer, Charles R.

267. The physiography of Indianapolis: Indiana Acad. Sd., Proc, 1917, pp.

55-57, 1 fig. (map), 1918.

Drysdale. C. W., and Burlinsr, L. D.



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Bumble, E. T.— Continueil.

271* Ge<;4ogy «f tiie northern end o€ the Taaaplcv embayment area: Cali-
fornia Aead. Sd.^ Proc., 4th ser., voL 8» ik). 4, pp, 113-156, 4 pis.
(inch map), July 19, 1&18.

272. Origin of the Texas domes: Am. Inst. Mln. Eng., Bull. no. 142. pp.

1629-1636, October, 1918.

I>unbar, Carl O.

273. Stratigraphy and correlation of the Devonian of western Tennessee:

Am. Jour. ScL,. 4tli ser., voL 46, pp. 732-756, 1 fig. (map), De-
cember, 191&

I>imIop, J. P.

Gold and silver in 1916 (general report). See McCaskey and Dunlop,
no. 603.

Dunlop, J. P., and Butler, B. S.

274* Silver, copper, lead, and zinc in the Central States in 1917; mines re-
port: U. S. GeoL Survey, Mineral Resources, 1917, pt 1, pp.
73-130, October 24, 1918.

Eakin, Henry M.

275. The Cosna-Nowltna region, Alaska: U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 667, 54

pp., 8 pis. (iucl. maiws), 3 figs., 1918. Abstract by R. W. Stone,
Washington Acad. ScL, Jour., voL 8, no. 14, p. 502, August 19, 1918.

Xiastman, Cliarles R.

276. iJeutition of Hydrocyon and Its supposed fossil allies: Am. Mus. Nat.

Hist., Bull., vol. 37, pp. 757-760, 4 pis., 3 figs., 1917.

^ggleBton, Julius Wooster.

277. Kruptive rocks at Cuttingsville, Vermont: Am. Jour. Set, 4th ser., vol.

45, pp. 377-410, 5 tigs.. May, 1918.

£kblaw, W. Elmer.

278. Opportunities for geological work In the far Arctic (abstract, with

discussion by A. P. tJoleman and E. O. Hovey) : Geol. Soc. America,
Bull., vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 85-86, March 31, 1918.

279. The importance of nlvation as an erosive factor, and of soil flow as a

transporting agency, in northern Greenland : Nat. Acad. Scl., Proc.,
vol. 4, no. 9, pp. 288-293, September, 1918. Abstract, GeoL Soc
America, Bull., vol 29. no. 1, pp. 72-73, March 31, 1918.
See also Fairchild, no. 297.

Ellis, Arthur J.

280. Mineral waters In 1916: U. S. GeoL Survey, Mineral Resources, 191^,

Pt 2, pp. 463r-510, 1 fig., March 13, 1918.



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Emerson, B. K.

283. Geology of Massachusetts and Rhode Island (U. S. Geol. Survey, BulL

597, 1917) : Abstract, by R. W. Stone, Washington Acad. Sci., Jour^
vol. 8, no. 7, p. 204, April 4, 19ia

Emerson, Edward H.

284. Geologla de las niinas [Ck)bre, Oriente, Cuba] : Boletin de Minaa,

Habanu, no. 4, i)p. 47-61, 1 pi., January, 1918.

Emerson, F. V.

285. IxK^ss-depositing winds in the Louisiana region (abstract) : GeoL See

America, Hull., vol. 29, no. 1, p. 79, March 31, 1918.

286. Loess-depositing winds in I^uisiana : Jour. Geology, vol. 26, no. 6, pp.

532-541, 4 figs., September-October, 1918.
See also Bucher, no. 116.

Emery, Wilson B.

287. Structure and oil and gas resources of the Osage Reservation, Okla-

homa, T. 23 X., R. 11 E. ; Tps. 22 and 23 N., R. 12 K ; U. S. GeoL
Survey, Bull. (?86. pp. 1-9, 2 pis. (incl. map), 2 figs., 19ia

288. The Green River Desert section, Utah : Am. Jour. Sci., 4th ser., voL 40,

pp. 551-577, 3 figs. (incl. map), October, 1918.

Emi^, W. H.

289. Travertine deposits of Oklahoma : Oklahoma Geol. Survey, BulL no. 29,

76 pp., 14 pis., 5 figs., August, 1917.

290. The travertine deposits of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma (ab-

stract) : Science, new ser., voL 47, p. 468, May 10, 1918.

Emmons, William Harvey.

291. Exploration of metalliferous deposits: Am. Inst. Min. Eng., Trans., voL

58, pp. 232-243, 1918.

292. The principles of economic geology. 606 pp., 210 figs., New York, Mc-

(iraw-Hill Book Company, 1918. Review, by Joseph T. Slngewald,
Jr., Econ. Geology, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 325-332, June, 1918.

293. Discussion of a paper headed ** (Jenetic classification of underground

volatile agents," [by R. A. Daly] ; Econ. Geology, voL 13, no. 2,
pp. 144-14.5, 1 fig., March, 1918.
See also Tarr, no. 929.

English, Walter A.

294. Geology and oil prospects of the Salinas Valley-Parkfield area, Cali-

fornia : U. S. Geol. Survey, Bull. 691, pp. 219-250, 2 pis., 2 figs.,
June 18, 1918. Abstract, by R. W. Stone, Washington Acad. Scl.,
Jour. vol. 8, no. 15, p. 539, September 19, 1918.

Faribanks, Ernest E.

295. Method of Indexing a mineral collection: Am. Mineralogist, vol. 3, no.

11, p. 195, November, 1918.

Fairchild, Herman Leroy.

296. Postglacial continental uplift: Science, new ser., vol. 47, pp. 615-617,

1 fig, (map), June 21, 1918.

297. Postglacial uplift of northeastern America (abstract with dlscu.sslon by

Frank l^verett and W. Elmer Ekblaw) : GeoL Soc. America, Bull.,
vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 70-71, March 31, 1918.

298. Postglacial uplift of northeastern America : Geol. Soc. America, Bull.,

vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 187-238, 9 pis., 1 fig., June 30, 1918.



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Fairchild, Herman Leroy — Continued,
899. Qladal depression and postglacial uplift of northeastern America : Nat

Acad. Sd., Proa, vol. 4, no. 8, pp. 229-232, 1 fig., August, 1918.
300, Grove Karl Gilbert: Science, new ser., voL 48, pp. 151-154, August

16, 1918.

Fansett, George R.
901. Field tests for the common metals in minerals : Arizona, Univ., 3ur.
Mines, Bull. no. 93, pp. 20, November, 1918.
Path, A. B.

302. Structure of the northern part of the Bristow quadrangle, Creek County,

Oklahoma, with reference to petroleum and natural gas (U. S.
Geol. Survey, Bull. 661-B, 1917) : Abstract, by R. W. Stone, Wash-
ington Acad. Sci., Jour., vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 37-38, January 19, 1918.

Fenton, Carroll Lane.

303. A prominent mud-crack horizon of the Cedar Valley stage of the Iowa

Devonian: Ottawa Naturalist, vol. 32, no. 6, pp. 113-115, 1 fig.,
December, 1918.

Ferguson, Henry G.

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