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506.
Desert depressions, origin : Hobbs, 442.
Geologic dates, use of: Rich, 785.
Idaho peneplain, age: Rich, 787.
Lacustral record of past climates:

Keyes, 510.
Physiographic divisions of North

America : Thayer, 037.
I'rogress of Interpretation of lan^

forms: Gregory, 367.
Rocky Mountains, southern, Mesozoic :

Lee, 556.
Submarine banks : Davis, 234.
United States, geographic provinces:
Jefferson, 472.
Pisces.



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Platinum— Continued.

Canada: Malcolm. 610.

Nevada, Clark County, Yellow Ptw

district: Hale, 889.
Wyoming: Taft, 928.
Pleistocene. See Glacial geology: Quater-
nary.
Pliocene. See Tertiary.
Polyzoa. See Bryozoa.
Popular oil geology : Zlegler, 1088.
Porosity of oil sands : Shaw, 852.
Portland cement. See Cement
Porto Itloo.
Economic,

IJmonite deposits, Mayaguex Mesa:
Pettke and Hubbard, 310.
Dynamic and structural.

Changes of level, recent: MitchelL
681.
Stratigraphic,

Coamo-Guayama region : Hodge, 443.
San Juan district: Semmes, 845.
Paleontology.

Bats : Anthony, 20.
Faunas: Reeds. 776.
Rodentla: Anthony, 19.
Potash.

G<»neral: Coolbaugh, 207.

California: Boalich and Cnstello. R4.

Canada: Malcolm, 616.

Georgia, Cartersville slates: Shearer

858.
Nebraska: Condra, 203.
Saskatchewan : Dowllng, 263.
Potholes.

General : Elston, 281.

Pre-Oambrian.
General,

Correlation and nomenclature In the

St. Lawrence Basin : Wilson

1060.

Stratigraphy.

Arizona, Jerome district : Flnlay, 315.

British Columbia, Crowsnert and

Flathead areas: Rose, 806.
California, Inyo Range: Kirk, 519.
Manitoba, Schist Lake district : Bmee.
118.
southeastern : Marshall, 621.
Wekusko Lake area : Alcock, a
Minnesota, east central: Harder aii4

Johnston, 403.
Montana, northeastern: Collier, 200,
New York, Adirondack MonnUim*
Ailing, 16.
Gouverneur quadrangle : Cnahine.
214.



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Prtt-CambrUn — Continued.
f^tratigraphp — Continued.

Ontario. Long Lake district: Baker,
84 ; Barrows, 129.
Matachewan area : Burrows, 182.
Slate Islands : Parsons, 745.
Sudbury : Roberts and Longyear,

791.
Timiskamlng district: Baker, 35.
Toronto region : Coleman, 195.
Pennsylvania, eastern : Jonas, 485.

sedimentary rocks : Wherry, 1028.
Quebec, Belcher Islands, Hudson Bay :
Moore, 693.
Pontlac County : Thomson, 944.
Timiskaming County : Wilson. 1058.
Saskatchewan, Amisk Lake district :

Bruce, 111.
Wisconsin, southeastern : Alden, 8.
Wyoming, Medicine Bow Range:
Blackwelder and Crooks, 78.
Paleontology.

Atikokania iawsoni: Abbott, 1; Wat
cott. 987.
Treetova stones.

General: Schaller, 822. 828.
I'rimates. See Mammalia.
Pseadonorplis.

Limonlte after pyrite. Lancaster
County, Pennsylvania : Willig,
1054«
Pyrite.

(;eneral : Smith, 879, 880.
Colorado, Leadvllle : Lee, 551.
Ceorgia: Shearer and Hull, 859.
Pennsylvania coals : Lelghton, 558.
South Carolina, Kershaw: Watkins,

1001.
Tennessee, Ducktown: T^lor, 936.

Prwliotlte.

Tennessee, Dtiektown : Taylor, 985.
Virginia, southwestern : van Mater,
969.
Qoatemary. See aUo Cnadal geology.
General'. Hay, 417.
Stratigraphu.

Alaska, Chltina Valley : Mofflt, 68.3.
California, Inyo Range : Knopf, 527.
Idaho, southeastern : Schultz, 883.
Illinois, Starved Rock State Park:

Cady, 143.
Kentucky, Shawneetown quadrangle :

Lee, 552.
Lake Lahontaln, a^e, mammalian evl-



Quaternary — Contlnaed.
Paleontology,

California, Pleistocene, Hawrer Cave:

Stock, 917.
Illinois, postglacial Mollusca : Baker,

33.
Massachusetts, Boston : Shimer, 862.
Mexico, Lower California, Pleistocene

Mollusca: Dall, 221.
Nevada. Reese River basin : Waring,

993.
Ontario, Mackay Lake, Mollusca : Whlt-

taker, 1043.
Tapir, Pleistocene, Plorlda : Sellards,

840.

Quebec
Economic,

General : Deuis, 250.

Belcher Islands, Hudson Bay : Moore.
692, 693.

Iron, Belcher Islands, Hudson Bay:
Moore, 692, 693.

Lead. Lemieux, Oaspe County : Mall-
holt. 615.

Lemieux, Gaspe County : Mailhoit.
615.

Mining operations, 1917: Denis, 250.

Molybdenite, Pontine County : Thom-
son, 944.
Quyon district: Wilson, 1059.

TinlskamIng County : Wilson. 1058.

Zinc, Lemieux, Gaspe County : Mail-
holt, 615.
Dynamic and structural.

Vein systems In Perc6 rock : Clarke,
185.
Phpsiographie.

Timiskaming County: WUson, 1058.
Stratigraphic.

Algal limestone. Belcher Islands:
Moore, 694.

Belcher Islands, Hudson Bay : Moore.
693.

Black Lake area, Megantlo County :
Poitevin and Graham, 761.

T.emleux. Gaspe County : Mailhoit, 615.

Molybdenite area, Pontlac County :
Thomson, 944.

Timiskaming County : Wilson, 1058.
Mineralogy.

Black Lake area, Megantic County :
Poitevin and Graham, 761.

Colerainite, origin: Poitevin, 760.

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BAdinm.

Colorado, southwestern : KIthll nnd

DavlB. 522.
IHstributloD of deposits : Moore, 608.
Utah, southeastern : Kithll and Davis,
522.
Ban tArtlii.

General : Schaller, 821.
Raton Mesa region, Colorado-New Mexico :

Lee, 554.
Red Beds, origin : Knight, 520.
B«lkf napa.

Idaho : Livin^ton, 578.

Lalce Superior district: Harder and

Johnston, 403.
Mexico: Bustamante, 136.
BdftllU.

Alliifator, Tertiary : Matthew, 644.

ApatosauruR : Moots, 680.

DlDoaaors, sauropoU, habitat : Mook,

601.
Diplodocus, fore and hind limbs :

Mook, 600.
Edaphosaurus, Arch County, Texas :

Case. 157.
Monoclonlus, Red Deer River : Brown,

107.
Mosasaurs, diseases : Moodie, 685.
Permian : Williston, 1056.
Rutiodon, Triassic, Pennsylvania : Sin-
clair. 867.
Sauropoda, specific characters : Mook.

680.
Stegosaurus : Gilmorc. 338 ; Lambe.

545.
Trachodon : Lambe, 643.
Beitorationi.

General : Washbume and Washburnc.

005.
Clathropteris : Berry, 72.
Edaphosaurus, Archer Cotinty, Texas:

Case, 157.
Megaloonus: Matthew, 643.
Monoclonlus : Brown, 107.
Moropns: Matthew, 642.
Neocnlamltes : Berry, 71.
Stegosaurus : Gilmore, 338.
Bhode Island.
fitratif/raphic.

Igneous rocks : Hawkins, 412.
Pctroloffv-

Igneous rocks : Hawkins, 412.
MineraJooy.

Fibrous quartz : Hawkins, 411.
Quartz crystals. Centerdale : Hawklna,
410.
Rhythms: Barrell, 40.
Ripple mark : Kindle, 518.



Bocks, stmotnral features, liee alao Ripple
marks.

Anomalous dips : Shaw, 857.

Dolomitlzation, depth : Van Tnyt 972.

Igneous rocks : Groat, 380.

Indicia of dip In rocks: Logan. 7*f<X

Marine elastics, diagnostic character-
istics: Kindle, .518.

Mud-crack limestone, Devonian : Fen-
ton, .-iO.S.

Oolites and spherulltes : Bucher, 117.

Oolites In shale, origin : Tarr, 033.

Plastic deformation of Grenrille lime-
stone, I*ort Henry region : Xew-
land. 708.

Porosity of oil sands : Shaw. 852.

Rhythmic banding of manganese diox-
ide In rhyolite tuff: Tarr, 934,

Rock-boring animals, geologic signi^-
cance: Barrows, 43.

Sorting of sedimentary rocks: Shaw.
849.

Strand markings. Portage group:
Clarke. 184.

Sty loll tic structure in Tenness**^
marble, origin : Gordon, 345.

Vein systems in Perc^ rock : Clarke.
185.
Rocks described. See list, p. 128.
Rocky Mountatnfi, physiographic method*

of correlation : Lee, 555.
St. Croix.

Paleontolotjif.

Pleurodonte debooyi: Bartsch, 45.

Salines.

California, Death Valley: TouDg,
1086.
Salt

General: Stone. 922.
Migration: Kindle. 516.
Separation from saline water and
mud : Kindle. 516.

Salt depoiitt.

Origin : Grabau. 350.
Virginia, southwestern, origin r Thomafi,
040.

Salt domes.

General: Hawkins. 413.
Accumulation of oil In salt domes :

Jones, 491.
Cap rock, origin : DeGolyer. 246.
Origin : Dumble, 272 ; Matteson. 634 :
Thomas. 041.
intrusive origin : Rogers. 803,
Volcanic origin theory : DeGolyer. 24S.

Salft^or.

DiTHomic and Btructurat.



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Bibliography : Hopkins, 451.
ManltoUi, Swan RiTer valley: John-
ston, 484.
MouldiBfiT ninds: Gole, IM.
Bandttone*

British Colnmbia : Paries, 748.
Canada: Cole, 194.
Saltsburg sandstone: Brown, HO.
Banto Dominfo.
Economic.

Iron : Brinsmade, 105.
Straiigraphic,

Yaqul Valley: Maory, 650.
Paleontoloify.

General: Maury, 650.
Saskatchewan.
Economic.

Amisk-Athapapuskow Lake district :

Bruce, 111.
Clay, sonthern Saskatchewan : Davis,

233.
Gold, Amisk Lake district : Bruce, 111.
Lignite, southern Saskatchewan : Mac-
Lean. 609.
Potash : Dowllng. 263.
Southeastern Saskatchewan : Stans-
fleld, 900.
Stratigraphic.

Amisk-Athapapuskow Lake district :

Bruce, 111.
Southeastern SaslLatchewan : Stans-

fleld, 900.
Southern Saskatchewan : MacLean,
609.
Petrology.

Amisk-Athapapuskow Lake district :
Bruce. 111.
Bedlmentary rocks, interpretation : Grabau,

354.
Saiimentation. See al9o Conglomerates:
Brosion.
Chemical deposits of the sea :

Yaughan, 977.
Climatic types of sediments: Black-
welder, 74.
Continental elastics, characteristics :

Bjack welder, 74.
Continental shelf, origm : Cotton, 209.
Graptolite shales, depth at which
formed : Grabau and 0*Connell,
356.



Seitmology — Continued.

Seismic and magnetic disturbances.

relation : Hasard, 422.
Starting point of earthquake vibra-
tions : Reld, 780.
Teleseiamic registration : Jaggar and
Romberg, 470.
Seismology in Mexico : Muflos Lumbier, 704.
Salaahnn.

General: Umpleby, 964, 965.
Serpentine.

Origin: Benson, 63.



Canada: Keele, 498.
Shala alL

General : Mitchell, 682.
Shoal-water bottom samples: Vaughan et
al., 981.

Shore Unea. Bee also Beaches ; Terraces.
Criteria for determination : Falrchlhl,

298.
Maine, Pleistocene shore lines: Katz,

493.
Michigan : Leverett, 565.
New Hampshire, Pleistocene shore

lines : Katz, 493.

SiUca.

General : Katz, 495.

Silurian.

Oeneral: Grabau, 352.
Correlation. America and Europe:
Grabau, 352.
Stratigraphy.

Arlsaig scries, Nova Scotia: McLearn.

611.
Canada, Hudson Bay region: Savase,

816.
Clinton, Anticosti section: Ulrich,
963.
New York: Chadwlck, 158.
Michigan, nortliem Peninsula : Savage

and Crooks, 818.
Mis.souri : Branson, 102.
Montana, Garnet Range: Pardee, 788.
New York : Chadwlck, 159.

central : Taber, 926.
Northwest Territory, Great Slave Lake

region : Cameron, 146.
Pennsylvania, Blair and Huntingdon

counties section : Butts. 142.
Quebec. Timiskamine County: Wilson.



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fiilver.

General : McCaskcy nnd Dunlop, 603.
Halogen salts, occurrence : Lindgren,
572.
Alaska: Martin, 628.
British Columbia, Telkwa district:

Dolma^e, 260.
California, Inyo Ran^e : Knopf, 627.
Central States : Dunlop and Butler,

274.
Colorado : Henderson, 428.
Eastern States: Hill, 436.
Idaho: Gerry, 331.
Nevada: Helkes, 427.

Arabia district : Knopf, 529.

Clark County, Yellow Pine district:

Hale, 380.
Tonopah : Bastin and Laney, 51.
Wonder: Young, 1087.
Ontario, Cobalt: Reid, 781.
Quebec, TImlskamIng County: Wilson,

1058.
Utah: Helkes, 426.
Washington : Gerry, 881.

Slate.

General : Loughlln, 588.

Georgia, Appalachian Valley : Shearer,
858.
Slides. See Landslides.

Soapstone.

G<^neral : Diller, 258.

Soda.

Mexico, Lake Texcoco : Flores, 314.
Soils.

Wisconsin, Columbia Co. : Whitson,
et al., 1041.
Jefferson County : WhItson ct ah,

1040.
north central : Whitson et al., 1042.
northeastern: Whitson et al., 1039.
Solifiuctlon, northern Greenland : Ekblaw,
279.

South Carolina.
Economic.

Pyrite, Kershaw: Watkins, 1001.
Straiigraphic.

Tertiary, correlation : Taughan, 979.
PaJeontologp,

Foramlnifera, Coastal Plain : Cush-

man, 215.
Mastodon : Loomis, 584.

South Dakota.
Economic.

Tungsten, Black Hills: Runner and
Hartmann, 810.
Dynamic and structural.

Gi'neral : Darton, 227.
Stratigraphic.

General : Darton, 227.

Black Hills region : Darton, 228.
Paleontology.

Alligator, Tertiary: Matthew, 644.

Mastodon : Osborn, 726.



South Dakota — Continued.
Mineralogy.

Black HUls: Wherry, 1028.
Underground footer.

Black Hills region: Darton, 228.
Spherulites, origin: Bucher, 117.
Spongida.

Devonian glass sponges: Clarke, 188.
Starved Rock State Park, niiiiois : Cady,

143.
Stegosaums: Lambe, 545.
Stone.

General : Loughlln, 587.
Minnesota: Bowles, 96.
Strata, depth and thickness, grapble
method for determining: Pal-
mer, 732.

Stratigraphio (jreneral^. For re gi o n al, «ee
nam CM of States. Sec aUo the
different systems.
General : Schuchert, 831.

Coal senmR, spore-exlnes of: Thiessen,
939.

Oil-bearing and otl-pro<1ucIng forma-
tions: Grabau, 847.

Rock-boring animals, geologic signifi-
cance : Barrows, 43.
Correlation.

Alaska, southeastern, Mesozoic : Cbap-
In, 167.

Antilles, Tertiary: Jones. 490.

Chester series : Ulrlch, 962.

Colorado, Raton Mesa region : Le^,
554.

Cretaceous, Texas and Oklahoma :
Stephenson, 909.

Eocene, Atlantic and Pacific: Dicker-
son, 254.

Gulf Coast formations: Matteson,
634.

Jackson and TIcksburg deposits, Ala-
bama and Mississippi : Cooke,
205.

Mississippian formations, western Ken-
tucky : Butts, 140.

New Mexico, Raton Mesa region : Lee,
554.

Oil-bearing and oil-producing forma-
tions : Grabau, 347.

Pacific coast : Smith, 884.

Pennsylvanlan : Savage, 817.

Permo-Carboniferous : Case, 156.

Pre-Cambrian : Wilson, 1060.

Rocky Mountains, physiographic
methods of correlation: Lee,
555.

San Lorenzo series, California: Clark,
172.

Sediments, character, use of: Bluck-
welder, 75.

Tertiary, Antilles: Jones, 490.

Tertiary, southeastern IT. S., and An-
tlllean region : Vaughan, 979,

Texas, Marathon Basin : Baker and
Bowman, 32.



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Str&tlffraphlo (general) — Continued.
Tables of formations.
Alabama : Hager, 387.
Alaska, southeastern, Mosozoic : Chnpln,

167.
British Columbia. Vancouver area :

Burwash, 135.
Chester series: Ulrich, 962.
Colorado : Zfegler, 1001.

Raton Mesa region : Lee, 554.
Cuba : Hayes, Vaughan, and Bpencer,

421.
Georgia, Appalachian Valley : Shear«»r,

868.
Idaho, southeastern : Schultz, 8.13.
Kansas: Moore and Haynes, 607.
Missouri, Gre«^e County : Shepard,

860.
Montana, Birch Creek-Sun River
region : Stebinger. 905.
northeastern : Collier, 200.
New Mexico, Raton Mesa region : I*ee,

554.
Ontario, Toronto region : Coleman, 105.
South Dakota, Black Hills region:

Darton, 228.
Tennessee, eastern : Stose and
Schrader, 923.
western : Dunbar, 273.
Tertiary, correlation : Vaugban, 070.
Texas, Marathon Basin : Baker and

Bowman, 32.
Washington, Ollgocene : Van Winkle,

974.
Wyoming, Park County : Moody and
Taliaferro, 688.
Salt Creek oil field: We{r«'nianD,

1010.
western : Schultz, 833.
Etrontinm.

General : Boallch and Castello, 84 ;

Hill, 437; Meade, 651.
California, Barstow : Knopf, 530.
Structural materials. See Building stone,

Clay, etc.
Structure of Great Plains: Darton, 227.
Study and teaching. See Educational.
Stylolitlc structure in marble, origin : Gor-
don, 344, 345.
Submarine banks : Davis, 234.
Subsidence. See Changes of level.
Subterranean water. See Underground

water.
Sulphur.

General: Smith, 879, 880.

New Mexico, Jemez Canyon : Mansfield,

618a.
Texas, trans-Pecoa region : Thomas,
942.
Snrveyt.

Florida : Sellards, 839.

Government geologic surveys: Smith,

875.
New .T»»rsey, State geologist's report :

Kiimmel, 537.
Texas, report, 1915 : Stiles, 914.



Bnrveyi — Continued.

I'nltpd States: Smith, 874.
Washington, report, 1915-17 : Wash.

O. S.. 1000.
Wisconsin, report, 1916-18: Wis, Q,
S., 1068.
Tables. See Stratlgraphlc, Tables of for-
mations.

Talo.

(General: DUler, 258.

Technique.

CryHtulIlzed mineral specimens, de-
veloping: Grenzig, 370.

Dip, projection of, graphic method :
Palmer, 782.

Field-work methods: Roark, 790.

Mt^suring temperature in deep wells:
Van Orstrand, 070.

Multiple rock diagrams : Grout, 383.

Preparation of a report : Van Ingen,
968.

Strata, depth and thickness, graphic
method for determining : Pal-
mer, 732.

Tests for metals in minerals: Fansett,
301.
Telkwa district, British Columbia : Dol-

mage, 260.

Tellurimn.

General : I'mpleby, 964, 965.

Teimetaee.

OenerGl.

Cave deposits, composition : Glonn, 340.
Economic.

Barlte, Sweetwater district : Gordon,

343.
Manganese, Bradley County : Pudue,
771.
east TennesKce: Stose and Schrader,
928.
Petroleum, Glonmary field : Glenn, 341.
Pyrlte and pyrrhotite, Ducktown : Tay-
lor, 935.
Dynamic and sfruefural,

Stylolitlc structure in Tennossw^o mar-
ble, origin : Gordon, 344, 345.
StratigrapTiie,

Chester series : ririch, 062.
Devonian, western Tennessee: Dun-
bar, 273.
Glenmary oil field : Glenn, 341.
Sweetwater district, east Tenness^fe :
Gordon, 343.
Paleonlolooy.

Devonian, western Tennessee: Dun-
liar, 273.

Terraoea.

(ieneral : Falrchild, 208.

Mississippi, northern and central. Plio-
cene : Shaw, 850.

Ohio, Ilolmesville: Cole, 192.

Wisconsin, Mississippi River : Mariln,
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Tertiaiy.
Oeneral,

Correlation : Osbom, 723.
Stratiffraphy.

Alabama: Hager, 387.

Jackson and Vicksbnrg deposits :
Cooke, 203.
Alaska, Nelcblna-Snsltna region :

Chapin, 168.
Arctic regions, Ellesmere and Grin-

nell lands: Holtedahl, 447.
Barbados : Craig, 210.
British Columbia. Crowsnest and
Flathead areas : Rose, 800.
Vancouver area : Burwash, 13r».
California, Carrlzo Creek beds: Dlck-
erson, 253.
Inyo Range : Knopf, 527.
Sallnns Valley : English, 294.
San Lorenzo series: Clark, 172.
Colorado : Zlegler, 1001.

Raton Mesa region : Lee, 654.
Cuba : iH'Golyer, 241 ; Hayes, Vaughan

and Spencer, 421.
Eocene, correlation : Dlckerson, 254.
Eocene deposits, geographic condi-
tions : Dnrris, 406.
Florida, western : Sellards and Gun-

ter, 842, 843.
Georgia, Claiborne and Jackson de-
posits : Cooke and Shearer, 206.
Gulf Coast formations: Matteson, 634.
Haiti : Jones. 490.
Idaho, southeastern : Schultz, 833.
Kansas : Moore and Ilaynes, 697.

central : Perrine, 751.
Kentucky, Shawueetown quadrangle :

Lee, 552.
Lafayette formation : Shaw, 850.
Lafayette gravel : Shaw, 855.
Maryland, Anne Arundel County : Lit-
tle, 577.
Meganos group. Eocene, California :

Clark, 171.
Mexico, Tampico embayment area :

Dumble, 271.
Mississippi, Jackson and Vickfcburg

deposits : Cooke, 205.
Montana, Birch Creek-Sun River re-
gion : Steblnger, 905.
Garnet Range : Pardee, 738.
Lake Basin Qeld : Hancock, 395.
Musselshell Valley : Boweu. 02.

northeastern : Collier, 200 ; Collier
and Thorn. 201.
Nevada, Ret^se River basin : Waring,
993.
Yerlngton district : Knopf, 528.
New Mexico, Raton Mesa region : Lee,

554.
North Dakota, Kllldeer Mountains:
Quirke, 772.
Nesson anticline, Williams County :
Collier. 199.
Oklahoma : Berry, 69.
Oligoeene, Pacific coast: Clark and
Arnold, 173.



TertUry — Continued.

stratigraphy — Continued.

Oregon, Cascades: Smith, 884.
Porto Rico, Coamo-Goayama region :
Hodge, 443.
San Juan district: Semmes, 845.
Santo Domingo : Maury, 650.
Saskatchewan, southern: Davis, 233.
South Dakota, Black Hills region :

Darton, 228.
Texaa, northeaBtem : Stephenson. 909.
Utah, Morgan County, Lost Crc*ek

field: Clark, 175w
Washington, Oligoeene: Van Winkle.
974.
Qulnry Van<>y : Schwenneeen an«l
Meinzer, 837.
Wyoming, Hanna Basin : Bowen, 8S.
Park County: Moody and Talii-

ferro, 688.
Salt Creek oil field: Wagemann,

1010.
western : Schultz. 838.
Pcdeontology.

California, San Lorenzo series : Clark.
172.

Carrlso Cre^k fimna, Califomia : Dlrk-

erson. 253.
Colorado, Paleocene bat: MaHhew.

639.
Raton flora : Knowlton, 535.
San Juan Basin: Granger. 5.37.
Costa Rica. Bryozoa : Canu and Bass-

ler, 153.
Eagle Creek flora, Columbia Rlvor

gorge: Chaney, 166.
Equidae, revision : Osborn, 723.
Florida, Volusia County, Mollusoa :

Mansfield. 619.
Foramlnifera. Coastal Plain: Cush-

man, 215.
Georgia. Claiborne and Jackson de-
posits : Cooke and Shearer, 20«.
Idaho formation fauna : Merriam, 661.
Meganos group. Eocene, California :

Clark, 171.
Montana, northeastern : Collier and

Thom, 201.
New Mexico, Raton flora : Knowlton,

535.
San Juan Basin : Granger, 357.
Oklahoma, Plantae : Berry, 69.
Panama Canal Zone, Bryozoa : Canu

and Bassler, 153.
Foramlnifera : Cushman. 216.
Porto Rico: Reeds, 776.
Washington, Oligoeene : Van Winkle,

974.
Wyomini?, Notharctus : Granger and

Gregory, 369.

Tezai.

OenrraX.

Geological mapping: Tdden, 9,'5s.
Survey report, 1915 : Stiles, 914.



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Texas — Continued.
Economic.

Coal» Webb County : Ashley, 24.
Colorado coal fkeld: Drake, 266.
Qlass Moontains: Udden, 959.
Manganese, Shomla: Roberts and

■ Nash. 794.
Oil fields, north central Texas : Hager,

388.
OU pools, Qalf Coast country: Matte-
son. 634.
Oil possibilities, WLse County : BOse,

85.
Petrolenm : Deussen, 251.

north-central Texas : Kempher, 504.
Runnels County : Beede and Waite,

59.
8alt domes, origin : Dumble, 272 ;

Rogers, 803.
Salt dome structure : Lucas, 594.
Santo Tomas cannel coal, Webb

County: Ashley, 24.
Sulphur, trans-Pecos region : Thomas,

942.
Thrall oil field: Udden, 960.
Val Verde County : Roberts and Nash,

794.
Dynamte and structural.
Caves : Bailey, 31.
North central Texas: Hagfer, 388.
Salt domes, origin : Dumble, 272.
Trans-Pecos Texas, front range : Baker

and Bowman, 32.
Wise County, Bridgeport and Chico :

B58e, 85.
PhyaioffrapMc.

Camp Bowie area : Shuler, 864.

San Antonio region : Stephenson, 008.

Trans-Pecos Texas, front range : Baker

and Bowman, 32.
Stratiaraphtr.

Camp Bowlo area : Shuler, 864.
Colorado coal field : Drake, 266.
Glass Mountains: Udden, 959.
l.lano series, age : Farrell, 40.
North central Texas : Hager, 388 ;

Kempher, 504.
Northeastern Texas : Stephenson, 909.
Oil tields, north central Texas: Hager,

388.
Oil pools, Gulf coast country : Matte-
son, 634.
Runnefs Countr : Rood© flnrl Wnlte. 59.



Texas — Continued.
Mineralogw.

Meteorites, Payette County: Merrill,
665.
Plainyiew: Merrill, 664.
Underground water,

San Antonio area: Muir, 700.
Val Verde County : Roberts and Nash,
794.
Texthooki.

Crystallography: Butler, 139.
Economic geology : Emmons, 292.
Geometrical crystallography : Butler,

138.
Military geology and topography:

Gregory, et aL, 368.
Mineralogy: Butler, 139.
Organic evolution : Lull, 597.
Tin.

General: Boallch and Castello, 84;

Knopf, 532, 533.
Virginia, Irish Creek : Ferguson, 304,
305, 306.

Tintic district. Utah: Tibby. 946.

Titanic iron ores, microstrurture : Warren,

994.
Travertine deposits, Arbuckle Mountains,

Oklahoma : Bmig, 289, 290.
Trlassio.

Stratigraphy,

Alaska, Chitlna Valley : Moflit, 0S:{.
Gravina and Revillagigedo islands:

Chapin, 167.
Nelchina-Susitua region : Chapin,
168.
Alberta, I'eace River section : McLearn,

610.
Arctic regions, Ellosmere and Grln-

nell lands: Uoltedahl, 447.
British Columbia, Vancouver area :

Burwash, 135.
California, Inyo Range: Kirk, 510.
Idaho, southeastern : Schultz, 833.
Montana, southwestern : Condit. 202.
Nevada, Yerington district: Knopf,

528.
Pennsylvania, eastern : Jonas, 485. j
South Dakota, Black Hills ^gion :
Darton, 228. >

Utah, Green River desert : Emery, 288.
Wyoming, western: Condit, 202;
SchulU. 833.



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<i4>U4>rnI : Runner and llartmann, 810.
BiblioftTupliy : llurtmann, 407.
Ores: Anon., 1092.
Alaska, Fairbanks : Bateman, 52.
i'allfornlu : Boalich and Castello, 83.
Tunada : Malcolm, 010.
Manitoba, Falcon Lake: DeLury, 249.
South Dakota, Black ITillfl : Runner
and llartmaun, 810.
TurtloH. nee Beptllia.

Xrnoonformltlea.

Ortaceous-Tertlary : I^c, r».'i4.
IMp of marine limestone strata: Ma-
ther, 627.
xrnderrroiind water (Reneral). See also
(Jeysers ; Mineral waters ;
Springs ; Thermal waters. For
infional see natnea of iStatcs,
Bibliography : Meinzer, 635.
Water table, oscilla-tions : Emmons,
293.
VraniinB.

(ieneral : Cahen, 144.
I'njfulata. f^'cc Mammalia.
Upper Silurian. See Silurian,
irtah.

Krniioiuie,

Caruotite deposits, southwestern Utah :

Kithil and Ihivis, .->22.
Coal, Ix»8t i'reek fii'ld, Morpin County :

Clark, 175.
Copper, Tooele County : Kemp and

Billingsley, 503.
Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in

1010: Ileikes, 420.
Good Hill area, Tooele County:

Komp and Billingsley, 503.
Oil shales : Adkinson, 4 : Zie«Ier, 1080.

rinia Basin: Winchester, 1005.
Phosphate, I'lnta Mountains : Schuitz,



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