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1 - Geology of Iberia Parish
by H. V. Howe and C. K. Moresi . 1931 . 187 pp. . Includes discussions of physiography, with special reference to Pleistocene terraces and to drainage; stratigraphy; origin of the salt domes and caprock; and mineral resources. Includes annotated bibliography. Out of print. Electronic copies available.
Price: 20.00



2 - Foraminifera of the Jackson Eocene at Danville Landing on the Ouachita, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana
by H. V. Howe and W. E. Wallace, . 1932 . 118 pp. . Describes and illustrates 125 species and varieties; proposes 2 new genera. Out of print (photocopy available).
Price: 20.00



3 - Geology of Lafayette and St. Martin Parishes
by H. V. Howe and C. K. Moresi . 1933 . 238 pp. . Discusses Pleistocene terraces, Mississippi River meanders, and drainage; also, stratigraphy, salt domes, and prospective domes. Included annotated bibliography. Out of print (photocopy available).
Price: 25.00



4 - Louisiana Sabine Eocene Ostracoda
by H. V. Howe and J. B. Garrett Jr., . 1934 . 64 pp. . Describes and illustrates 31 species, 25 of which are new, from 4 Sabine (Wilcox) localities. Out of print (photocopy available)
Price: 18.00



5 - Louisiana Jackson Eocene Ostracoda
by H. V. Howe and J. Chambers . 1935 . 65 pp. . Describes and illustrates 43 species and varieties from 17 localities; proposes 1 new genus. Electronic copies available.
Price: 18.00



6 - Reports on the Geology of Cameron and Vermillion Parishes
by H. V. Howe and others, . 1935 . 242 pp. . Discusses Pleistocene Mississippi River deltas, cheniers, Gulf Coast subsidence, and isostatic data of Mississippi sedimentation; also, salt domes and microfossils of the Potamides matsoni zone. Includes list of maps and annotated bibliography. Out of print (photocopy available).
Price: 25.00



7 - Louisiana Vicksburg Oligocene Ostracoda
by H. V. Howe and J. Law . 1936 . 96 pp. . Describes and illustrates 75 species from 30 localities; proposes 3 new genera. Electronic copies available.
Price: 18.00



8 - Lower Mississippi River Delta: Reports on the Geology of Plaquemines and St. Bernard Parishes
by R. J. Russell and others . 1936 . 454 pp. . Includes reports on physiography of lower Mississippi River delta and salt domes, annotated bibliography, list of maps, petrology of two Mississippi River subdeltas, pebbles of the Chandeleur Islands, recent mollusks, Indian mounds, and vegetation of marshes and mounds.
Price: 25.00



9 - Geology of Catahoula and Concordia Parishes
by W. D. Chawner . 1936 . 232 pp. . Discusses geography and physiography of the alluvial valley of the Mississippi River, the upland terraces, and hill country; surface outcrops and stratigraphy; and economic and petroleum geology. Includes multicolored geologic map (scale 1:62,500), list of maps, and annotated bibliography.
Price: 25.00



10 - Geology of Grant and La Salle Parishes
by H. N. Fisk . 1938 . 246 pp. . Discusses physiography, stratigraphy, and petroleum geology; distribution, correlation, and age of Pleistocene terrace deposits. Briefly outlines archeology, early settlement, and development of the parishes. Includes two multicolored geologic maps (scale 1:62,500) and annotated bibliography.
Price: 25.00



11 - Origin of the Cap Rock of Louisiana Salt Domes
by R. E. Taylor . 1938 . 191 pp. . Discusses origin and general geology of the salt and cap rock of Louisiana salt domes; chemical composition of salt; minerals in salt and cap rock; and the origin and occurrence of sulphur. Includes map of Louisiana salt domes.
Price: 20.00



12 - Contributions to the Pleistocene History of the Florida Parishes of Louisiana
by H. N. Fisk and others, . 1938 . 137 pp. . Includes reports on physiography and geology of Pleistocene exposures in the western Florida Parishes; Pleistocene fresh water mollusks from Louisiana and Mississippi; mollusks from the loess at Tunica; flora of Pleistocene deposits; and Pleistocene mosses from Louisiana. Electronic copies available.
Price: 20.00



13 - Reports on the Geology of Iberville and Ascension Parishes
by H. V. Howe and others . 1938 . 223 pp. . Includes reports on the geography and physiography of the central portion of the existing delta of the Mississippi River and adjacent terraces; salt domes; Indian mounds; and fossils. Electronic copies available.
Price: 25.00



14 - Louisiana Cook Mountain Eocene Foraminifera
by H. V. Howe . 1939 . 122 pp. . Describes and illustrates 170 species and varieties of Claiborne foraminifera from 169 Louisiana samples, 167 of which are from Cook Mountain Formation and 2 thought to be from the Sparta Formation.
Price: 20.00



15 - Geology of Caldwell and Winn Parishes
by J. Huner, Jr. . 1939 . 356 pp. . Discusses geography and physiography of the alluvial valleys of the Ouachita River and Saline Bayou, the upland terraces, and hill country; surface outcrops and stratigraphy; salt domes, petroleum geology, and other economic resources. Includes two multicolored geologic maps (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 25.00



16 - Reports on the Surface Water Supply of Louisiana to September 30, 1938
by R. E. Marsh . 1939 . 198 pp. . Presents stream-flow data collected by the Louisiana Geological Survey; describes 30 new gaging stations established in Louisiana during 1938-39 by the Department of Conservation and the U.S. Geological Survey.
Price: 20.00



17 - Ground-Water Resources of Rapides Parish, Louisiana
by J. C. Maher . 1940 . 100 pp. . Discusses geologic formations and their water-bearing properties; also, the springs, water wells, and water supplies of Alexandria and other municipalities. Contains tables showing water levels, pressures, and water quality.
Price: 18.00



18 - Geology of Avoyelles and Rapides Parishes
by H. N. Fisk . 1940 . 240 pp. . Discusses ancient and present channels of the Mississippi and Red rivers; Pleistocene physiographic history; and stratigraphy and sedimentation of the Miocene formations. Includes stratigraphy, structure, and productions of the Cheneyville and Eola fields and detailed structure maps for these fields. Includes multicolored geologic map (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 28.00



19 - The Sand and Gravel Deposits of Louisiana
by T. P. Woodward and A. J. Gueno, Jr. . 1941 . 429 pp. . Discusses the location, size and development of various sand and gravel pits as well as mechanical and chemical analyses of samples collected. Also contains short report "Subsurface Pleistocene of Louisiana" by J. W. Frink.
Price: 25.00



20 - Ground-Water Resources of Grant and LaSalle Parishes
by J. C. Maher . 1941 . 95 pp. . Discusses water-bearing properties of geologic formations, chemical character of the water, and available water supply. Also contains records and logs of water wells and chemical analyses of water well samples.
Price: 18.00



21 - Louisiana Tertiary Bryozoa
by J. H. McGuirt . 1941 . 177 pp. . Describes 55 species. Contains illustrated partial glossary and checklist of species.
Price: 18.00



22 - Geology of Vernon Parish
by R. N. Welch . 1942 . 90 pp. . Discusses geology and physiography of the area. Contains subsurface contour maps, cross sections, and well data. Out of print (photocopy available).
Price: 20.00



23 - Lower Eocene Faunal Units of Louisiana
by J. O. Barry and R. J. LeBlanc . 1942 . 208 pp. . Deals primarily with stratigraphic and geographic distribution of molluscan fauna of the Sabine (Wilcox) and Midway groups of Louisiana.
Price: 20.00



24 - Ground-Water Conditions in the Monroe Area, Louisiana
by P. H. Jones and C. N. Holmes . 1947 . 47 pp. . Describes geology of formations that occur at less than 1,000 feet in the area, with emphasis on the Sparta sand; also discusses hydrology, ground-water quality and water supplies. Out of print (digital copy available).
Price: 15.00



25 - Geology of DeSoto and Red River Parishes
by G. E. Murray . 1948 . 312 pp. plus map pack . Discusses physiography, stratigraphy and petroleum geology of the area. Includes two multicolored geologic maps (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 25.00



26 - The Harang Fauna of Louisiana
by D. E. Pope and D. Jeter Smith . 1948 . 80 pp. . Contains two papers, "Occurrence of Harang Fauna of the Eastern Louisiana Coastal Parishes" and "Miocene Foraminifera of the Harang Sediments of Southern Louisiana".
Price: 18.00



27 - Geology of Beauregard and Allen Parishes
by W. C. Holland, L. W. Hough and G. E. Murray . 1952 . 224 pp. plus map pack . Discusses subsurface stratigraphy, structure and petroleum geology of the area. Includes two multicolored geologic maps (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 25.00



28 - Geology of Ouachita Parish
by K. K. Wang . 1952 . 126 pp. plus map pack . Discusses physiography and surface and subsurface geology of the parish and surrounding area. Includes multicolored geologic map (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 20.00



29 - Geology of Webster Parish
by J. L. Martin et al. . 1954 . 252 pp. plus map pack . Discusses physiography, stratigraphy and petroleum geology. Includes multicolored geologic map (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 25.00



30 - Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Southwestern Louisiana
by P. H. Jones, A. N. Turcan, Jr. and H. E. Skibitzke . 1954 . 285 pp. plus map pack . Discusses groundwater resources of Acadia, Allen, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Evangeline, Iberia, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary and Vermilion Parishes. Also the late Tertiary and Quaternary geology of the area.
Price: 25.00



31 - Geology of Evangeline and St. Landry Parishes
by G. G. Varvaro . 1957 . 295 pp. plus map pack . Discusses physiography, surface and subsurface geology, and petroleum geology of the parishes and surrounding area. Lists all wells drilled in the two parishes. Includes multicolored geologic map (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 25.00



32 - Cretaceous Ostracoda of Prothro and Rayburn's Salt Domes, Bienville Parish, Louisiana
by E. A. Butler and D. E. Jones . 1957 . 65 pp. . Describes and illustrates 22 genera, 2 of which are new, and 40 species, 8 of which are new.
Price: 18.00



33 - The Subsurface Jurassic Bodcaw Sand in Louisiana
by B. J. Sloane, Jr. . 1958 . 33 pp. . Discusses structure and stratigraphy of the Bodcaw sand. Includes several cross sections.
Price: 18.00



34 - Geology of Sabine Parish
by H. V. Andersen . 1960 . 164 pp. plus map pack . Discusses stratigraphy and structure of the parish. Includes multicolored geologic map (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 25.00



35 - Genesis and Paleontology of the Mississippi River Mudlumps
by J. P. Morgan and H. V. Andersen . 1961 . 324 pp. plus map pack . Contains two studies: one on the origin, nature and distribution of the mudlumps and the other on the foraminifera of mudlumps.
Price: 25.00



37 - Geology of Bossier Parish
by D. E. Jones . 1961 . Unpublished . Printed map of parish available in Parish Geologic Maps section. Unpublished.



38 - The Palynologic Age of Diapric and Bedded Salt in the Gulf Coastal Province
by U. V. Jux . 1961 . 46 pp. . Determines the age of the salt through the use of fossil pollen spores, algae and fungi.
Price: 15.00



36 - Geology of Acadia and Jefferson Davis Parishes
by W. R. Paine . 1962 . 277 pp. plus map pack . Deals primarily with subsurface Tertiary geology, with special emphasis on the Frio and Anahuac formations with a discussion of growth faulting, regional faulting and sedimentation. Discusses producing fields and lists wildcat wells.
Price: 25.00



39 - Ostracoda and Correlation of the Upper and Middle Frio from Louisiana to Florida, with a Discussion of the Gulf Coast Miocene-Oligocene Boundary
by E. A. Butler . 1963 . 100 pp. . Describes and illustrates 35 species used for correlation in this petroleum-rich interval.
Price: 18.00



40 - Type Saline Bayou Ostracoda of Louisiana
by R. Crombie Howe . 1963 . 62 pp. . Presents the 29 species found in the samples taken at the type locality of the Saline Bayou member, Cook Mountain formation (Winn Parish). Describes 2 new genera and 6 new species.
Price: 15.00



41 - Iron Ore of Central North Louisiana
by C. O. Durham, Jr. . 1964 . 127 pp. plus map pack . Presents detailed mapping of 12 local iron ore districts, with a discussion of the extent, quality and reserves of brown and green ores.
Price: 20.00



42 - Cenozoic Cyclic Deposition in the Subsurface of Central Louisiana
by L. H. Dixon . 1965 . 124 pp. plus map pack . Presents results of regional study, made primarily by electric logs, supporting the concept that major cycles of deposition represent natural divisions of the Cenozoic on the northwestern margin of the Gulf basin.
Price: 18.50



43 - Part I, Computer-Aided Subsurface Structural Analysis of the Niocene Formations of the Bayou Carlin-Lake Sand Area, South Louisiana, and Part II, Production Mechanisms of the Geopressured Gas Reservoirs of Lake Sand Field, South Louisiana
by M. B. Kumar . 1977 . 264 pp. . Part I compares computer-generated subsurface maps to conventional maps; both are used to infer the structural evolution of the area. Part II discusses pressure behavior in deep gas reservoirs having known vs. unknown gas-water contacts.
Price: 13.75



44 - Geology of Natchitoches Parish
by H. V. Andersen . 1992 . 227 pp. plus gelogic map . Discusses physiography, surface and subsurface geology, and structure of the parish. Includes multicolored geologic map (scale 1:62,500).
Price: 40.00



45 - Stratigraphy and Ostracoda of the Cotton Valley Group, Northern Gulf Coastal Region
by F. M. Swain and E. G. Anderson . 1993 . 150 pp. . Presents a comprehensive regional study of a major formal group in Mesozoic strata of northern coastal areas. Proposes several new stratigraphic names. Describes 40 genera and 87 species from the Cotton Valley and overlying Coahuila; of these, 9 genera, 1 subgenus, 44 species, and 4 subspecies are new. Proposes a new family Three supplements are available as Open-File Series Nos. 93-01, 93-02 and 93-03.
Price: 50.00



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