Heavy minerals in the Roubidoux and other sandstones of the Ozark Region, Missouri
"In this study an attempt has been made to determine the usefulness of heavy minerals for correlation of formations over a limited area, in the heart of the Ozark uplift in southeast Missouri. The Roubidoux formation, already definitely correlated by other means, has been rather systematically sampled throughout the area, and the heavy minerals determined to ascertain their dependability for correlation purposes. Several samples from other horizons have been studied for comparison with the Roubidoux. Also, within the area studied there are numerous isolated patches of sandstone, the horizons of which have not been definitely determined. Samples from a few such patches have been included in the study in order to determine whether it was possible to correlate them definitely by such means. No effort has been made to systematically sample and study these since the chief abject was to obtain data upon known formations"--Introduction, page 5.
Dake, C. L. (Charles Laurence), 1883-1934
Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering
M.S. in Geology
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
i, 43 pages, 1 map
Ozark Region (Mo.)
© 1928 Cletus D. Cordry, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Geology -- Missouri -- Ozark Region
Geology -- Missouri
Heavy minerals -- Missouri -- Ozark Region
Heavy minerals -- Missouri
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b1487920~S5
Cordry, Cletus Daniel, "Heavy minerals in the Roubidoux and other sandstones of the Ozark Region (MO.)" (1928). Masters Theses. 4705.