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Deposition and diagenesis of the Shafter Lake San Andres Formation, Andrews County, Texas
(Texas Tech University, 1985-08)
Depositional environments, diagenesis, and conodont biostratigraphy of the Montoya Group (Late Ordovician), Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico
(Texas Tech University, 1984-08)
The Montoya Group represents the southwestern exposure of sheet-like carbonate remnants of late Ordovician cratonic sediments. The central geologic location of the Sacramento Mountains in the Montoya Group distribution and ...
Lithostratigraphy of the subsurface Silurian rocks in western Kentucky
(Texas Tech University, 1987-05)
Syndepositional tectonic movements and geometry of the Illinois Basin had a profound influence on thickness, lithofacies distribution and dolomitization in the Silurian rocks in western Kentucky. The northern portion of ...
Depositional environments and diagenesis of the lower San Andres Formation
(Texas Tech University, 1976-08)
Sediments and Topography of the Western Gulf of Mexico
(Texas Tech University, 1967-08)
Relative frequencies of temperature sensitive planktonic foraminifera, in sediment cores raised from the continental slope and Sigsbee Abyssal Plain in the Gulf of Mexico, indicate alternating periods of warm and cold ...
Deposition and diagenesis of San Andres cores 16-69 and 20-69
(Texas Tech University, 1982-05)
Paleoenvironmental analysis of coastal marsh deposits in the Aguja Formation, late Cretaceous, Trans-Pecos Texas
(Texas Tech University, 1988-12)
Upper Cretaceous carbonaceous shale, lignite, and coal deposits of the Aguja Fomatlon are exposed on the southwest Â£lank of Rattlesnake Mountain in western Big Bend National Park. These deposits represent accumulation in ...
A provenance study of the lower Cretaceous Yucca beds
(Texas Tech University, 1963-08)
Evaluation of volcanic ash as a stratigraphic marker in playa basins, Western Texas
(Texas Tech University, 1984-12)
Clays and associated minerals in caves of the Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico
(Texas Tech University, 1998-05)
The clay minerals occurring in caves of the Guadalupe Mountains of New Mexico include kaolinite, dickite, hydrated halloysite, illite, montmorillonite, trioctahedral smectite, and palygorskite. The minerals associated with ...