For Sale : Used North Dakota State Geology Publications
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Some ND bulletins come in 3 parts, these are listed first.
Part I, Geology, includes a full- color
geologic map (1:125,000) and cross sections;
I : Geology :
II - Ground Water Basic Data
- Ground Water Resources
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North Dakota Bulletin 21 Part I - The Keene Dome, Northeast McKenzie County, North Dakota, by Charles Nevin, 1946 , 11 p., 1 pl. (1:125,000) Part II - The Subsurface Stratigraphy of the Nesson Anticline, by Wilson M. Laird, 1946, 14 p. $2
North Dakota Bulletin 37 Glacial Geology of Logan and McIntosh Counties, North Dakota, by Lee Clayton, 1963, 96 p., 4 pl. See also Part I of B-73 and B-77. $10
North Dakota Bulletin 38 Upper Ordovician and Silurian Rocks of North Dakota, by C. G. Carlson and W. P. Eastwood, 1962, 52 p., 4 pl. Nomenclature, lithology, depositional environments, and isopach maps of the Stony Mountain, Stonewall and Interlake Formations. Includes a field study of the Beaver Lodge-Silurian pool. $5
North Dakota Bulletin 54 : 1969 : Stratigraphy of the Hell Creek formation in North Dakota. By Charles I. Frye. 65 pages, 9 figures, 3 plates in pocket. $2
North Dakota Geological Survey : Educational Series 11x8.5"
North Dakota Educational Series 5 Some Environmental Aspects of Strip Mining in North Dakota, edited by Mohan K. Wali, 1973, 121 p. A collection of 8 papers presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the North Dakota Academy of Science. Size 9x6" $8
North Dakota Educational Series 12 Flooding in the Grand Forks-East Grand Forks Area, by Samuel S. Harrison and John P. Bluemle, 1980, 71 p., 1 pl. (approx. 1:24,000). Explains what causes floods, provides data on previous floods, and offers suggestions about planning and precautions that could reduce losses in future floods. (see also North Dakota Educational Series 25) Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Educational Series 25 Flooding in the Grand Forks-East Grand Forks North Dakota and Minnesota Area, by Julie A. LeFever, John P. Bluemle, and Ryan P.Waldkirch,1999, 70 p., 2 maps (approx. 1:27,500). It includes a history of flooding in the two-city area, provides an overall analysis of the flood problems in Grand Forks, and includes recommendations for dealing with future floods. (See also North Dakota Educational Series 12) $2
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North Dakota Miscellaneous Series 35 The Flood Problem in Grand Forks-East Grand Forks, by Samuel S. Harrison, 1968, 42 p., 1 pl. (1:14,400). See also North Dakota Educational Series 12. Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Miscellaneous Series 50 (Guidebook # 3) Depositional Environments of the Lignite- Bearing Strata in Western North Dakota, edited by F. T. C. Ting, 1972, 134p. Prepared for the G.S.A. Coal Geology Division annual field trip. Contains a roadlog and 9 papers. (spine rough, with title written on). $10
North Dakota Miscellaneous Series 53 Catalog of North Dakota Radiocarbon Dates, by Stephen R. Moran, Lee Clayton, Mary W. Scott, and John A. Brophy, 1973, 51 p. (cover color chipped) Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Miscellaneous Series 55 Development of a Pre-Mining Geological Framework for Landscape Design Reclamation in North Dakota, by Stephen R. Moran, Gerald H. Groenewold, Leroy Hemish, and Curtis Anderson, 1976 (Repr. from Proceedings of the Fort Union Coal Field Symposium, v. 3, Reclamation Section, p. 308-316: Montana Acad. Sci.). 9x6"Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Miscellaneous Series 75 Radiocarbon Dating of Beaches and Outlets of Devils Lake, by John P. Bluemle, 1991, 10 p. A study of lake outlets and beaches along the north shore of Devils Lake, documentating natural lake level fluctuations. Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Geological Survey : Reports of Investigations 11x8.5"
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 42 A Look at the Petroleum Potential of Southwestern North Dakota, by S. B. Anderson, 1966, 3 plates only. (1:400,000) with text. (upper edge bumped). $4
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 48 Cement Rock Possibilities in Paleozoic Rocks of Eastern North Dakota, by Sidney B. Anderson and Harold C. Haraldson, 1969, 62 p., 3 pl. (1:250,000). Analyses of the carbonates of the Stonewall, Stony Mountain, Red River, and Winnipeg Formations in Grand Forks and Pembina Counties. $5
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 50 Geology for Planning at Langdon, North Dakota, by B. Michael Arndt, 1972, 16 p. (bumped corner) Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 54 Physical Data for Land-Use Planning - Cass County, North Dakota, and Clay County, Minnesota - An Inventory of Mineral, Soil and Water Resources, by B. Michael Arndt and Stephen R. Moran, 1974, 16 p. 9 pl. (1:250,000) full color. Prepared in cooperation with the Minnesota Geological Survey and the Fargo- Moorhead Metropolitan Council. (bumped corners) $2
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 66 Depositional Environments and Paragenetic Porosity Controls, Upper Red River Formation, North Dakota, by W. Kipp Carroll, 1979, 51 p., 4 pl. $1
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 67 The Carrington Shale Facies (Mississippian) and its Relationship to the Scallion Subinterval in Central North Dakota, by Peter F. Bjorlie, 1979, 46 p., 6 pl. $1
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 75 Mechanisms, Distribution and Frequency of Ground-Water Recharge in an Upland Area of Western North Dakota, by Bernd W. Rehm, Gerald H. Groenewold, and William M. Peterson, 1982, 72 p. Focuses on data collected from the Falkirk site in central North Dakota. Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 77 Earth Resistivity Investigations in Reclaimed Surface Lignite Mine Spoils, by A. E. Kehew and G. H. Groenewold, 1983, 101p. Study at the Center, Indian Head, and Falkirk Mines. Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 79 Geological and Geochemical Controls on the Chemical Evolution of Subsurface Water in Undisturbed and Surface-Mined Landscapes in Western North Dakota, by Gerald H. Groenewold, R. D. Koob, G. J. McCarthy, B. W. Rehm, and W. M. Peterson, 1983, Huge 299 p. $1
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 80 Effect of Seepage from Unlined Municipal Waste Stabilization Lagoons on Chemical Quality of Groundwater in Shallow Aquifers, by Alan E. Kehew, Frances J. Schwindt, and David J. Brown, 1983, 140 p. Results of an investigation of six unlined municipal waste stabilization lagoons constructed in permeable sediments directly over shallow, unconfined aquifers. $1
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 81 Carbonate Bodies within the Basal Swift Formation (Jurassic) of Northwestern North Dakota, by Tina M. Langtry, 1983, 67 p., 16 plates. (map pocket a bit battered) $1
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 83 Little-Known Mid-Paleozoic Salts of Northwestern North Dakota, by David W. Fischer and Sidney B. Anderson, 1984, 18 p., 1 pl. Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 88 An Overview of Devonian Duperow Formation Production, Billings Anticline, North Dakota, by Randolph B. Burke, 1989, 5 p., 4 pl. Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 93 The Geologic and Hydrogeologic Conditions in the Area Adjacent to the Devils Lake Wastewater Impoundments, by Edward C. Murphy, Steve W. Pusc, and John P. Bluemle, 1992, 93 p. $1
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 94 Organic and Inorganic Contaminants in Shallow Groundwater at Six Municipal Landfills in North Dakota, by Edward C. Murphy, 1992, 136 p. Describes the geologic and hydrologic conditions at six sanitary landfill sites: Devils Lake, Harvey, Hillsboro, Linton, Williston, and Wishek. $1
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 95 The Occurrence of Tordon (picloram) and 2,4-D in Groundwater in the Denbigh Sand Hills, McHenry County, North Dakota, by Edward C. Murphy and Earl A. Greene, 1992, 46 p. Free with any minimum purchase.
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 97 Sherwood Subinterval of the Mission Canyon Formation in Central Western North Dakota, by W. A. McClellan, 1995, 11 p. 7 pl. Illustrates the relationship between major structural features and changing depositional patterns for the Sherwood subinterval in portions of Dunn, McLean, Mountrail, and Ward Counties. $3
North Dakota Reports of Investigations 99 The Sodium Sulfate Deposits of Northwestern North Dakota, by Edward C. Murphy, 1996, 73 p. A detailed account of the Recent lacustrine stratigraphy and sodium sulfate (Glauber salt) reserves at 15 lake basins in northwestern North Dakota. This report incorporates new drillhole information from previous government and industry studies, some of which had previously been unavailable. $1
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Misc. North Dakota geology publications : 9x6" unless noted.
Geologic Atlas of the United States Folio 168 : Jamestown – Tower, North Dakota. Field Edition. 1909. This is USGS Folio 168 in the field format, 9x6”, map sheets folded in a pocket. 76 pages, 6 figures in text, 3 folded color Artesian Water maps, 3 folded color Areal geology maps, 3 folded color topography maps. It covers the Jamestown, Eckelson, and Tower quadrangles, which include parts of Cass county, Barnes county, Stutsman county, Ransom county, and Lamoure county. The maps are absolutely lovely in the old style and would delight anyone. (Maps and text very good. Folder rubbed with a chipped upper spine end). $23
Paints and Paint products by E.F. Ladd. 1905. North Dakota Agric. Exp. Station Bulletin 67, includes recipes. 30p.Cover lightly soiled, Filing marks. $5