Chemical composition of sedimentary rocks in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming

@inproceedings{Hill1967ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical composition of sedimentary rocks in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming},
  author={T. Patrick Hill and Marian A. Werner and M. Julia Horton},
  year={1967}
}
-_--________________________......_._.___. Introduction, by W. W. Rubey_______________________ Project background.____________________________ Analyses selection_____________________________ Arrangement of analyses_______________________ Classification of sedimentary rocks________________ Groups.___________________________________ Categories.________________________________ Special-rock category______________________ Discussion.____________________________________ Acknowledgments__ _… CONTINUE READING

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Associated with Benton shale

  • Albany County
  • written communication,
  • 1957

Upper Cretaceous, Mesaverde(?) formation (H

  • Carbon County
  • D. Thomas written communication,
  • 1957

Pennsylvanian, Lecompton limestone, Spring Branch limestone member

  • Douglas County
  • Nwi sec.36,
  • 1956

W.) hill north of Sugar Loaf

  • R S.
  • Robinson limestone member (Ogden Tweto, written communication,
  • 1956

Pennsylvanian, Plattsburg limestone, Spring Hill limestone member

  • Franklin County
  • NWi sec
  • 1955

Limestone, gray, soft; 2 ft thick. Possible use: Cement material. (For other analyses from same measured section see sample 53, group C, and sample

  • W R.94, Long Butte. Lab
  • SWiNWi sec
  • 1953

Limestone, top of section; 10 in.thick. (For another analysis from same measured section, see sample 22, group F4 of this compilation

  • W R.93, Colgrove Butte. Lab
  • NEi sec
  • 1953

Limestone. (For another analysis from same drill hole, see sample 59, group E of this compilation

  • S. Cen
  • SE^NE? sec
  • 1953

Oread limestone, probably upper part of Plattsmouth limestone member (R

  • Douglas County
  • T. Runnels, written communication,
  • 1953

Upper Cretaceous, Dakota sandstone

  • Fremont County
  • Dry Greek Canyon member. EiSEl sec.4,
  • 1953
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