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"The methods and systems suggested for the use of the petroleum geologist in the following manuscript are intended not only as subject matter for a thesis but also, I sincerely wish, that they may be of some use and help to those of The Missouri School of Mines who are planning to take up petroleum geology as a profession, but have not yet had the opportunity to study the practical or field end of this work ... This article is by no means intended as a text; the principal object being, as previously stated, to offer a few systems, methods, and practical pointers which may help the beginner to develop more rapidly into a valuable professional. Those theories or portions of theories stated here are known to the student of geology; and my purpose in stating them has been to show more clearly why these methods and systems are the logical and efficient ways of carrying on the work"--Introduction, Pages 3-4.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Professional Degree in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
54 pages, 2 plates
© 1920 Phil B. Dolman, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Petroleum -- Geology -- Fieldwork -- Methodology
Surveying -- Instruments
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://merlin.lib.umsystem.edu/record=b2609556~S5
Dolman, Phillips Brooks, "Efficient field methods for the petroleum geologist" (1920). Professional Degree Theses. 273.