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D'Angelo, E., and Reddy, K.R.2003Effect of aerobic and anaerobic conditions on chlorophenol sorption in wetlands soils: Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 67, n. 3, p. 787-794. aerobic environment; Alabama; Alfisols; anaerobic environment; carbon; chlorophenols; dissolved materials; Florida; geochemistry; Histosols; Louisiana; marshes; Michigan; mires; Mollisols; North Carolina; North Dakota; organic carbon; organic compounds; oxygen; pollutants; pollution; salt marshes; sediments; soils; sorption; Ultisols; wetlands;
D'Angelo, Elisa M., and Reddy, K. R.2000Aerobic and anaerobic transformations of pentachlorophenol in wetland soils:Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 64, n. 3, p. 933-943.aerobic environment; Alabama; Albaqualfs; Alfisols; anaerobic environment; Argiaquolls; biodegradation; bioreclamation; chlorophenols; dechlorination; denitrification; experimental studies; Fibrists; Florida; Hapludults; Hemists; Histosols; laboratory studies; Louisiana; metabolites; Michigan; microorganisms; mineral soils; Mollisols; North Carolina; North Dakota; organic compounds; organic soils; peat; pentachloroanisole; pentachlorophenol; pollutants; pollution; reclamation; Saprists; sediments; soil management; soils; sorption; sulfate ion; transformations; Ultisols; wetlands;
Daeschler, E. B., and Fiorillo, A. R.1988Rediscovery of fossil material from E. D. Cope's 1893 expedition to the DakotasJournal of Vertebrate Paleontology, V. 8, p. 13A
Dake, H.C.1942Worm bored woods--conifer cones, some rare petrifications:Mineralogist [Portland}, v. 10, no. 1, p. 11-12, 20, 22, 24-25, illus.paleontology; Ransom County; petrified wood
Dallas, Dois D., and Lalim, Dale E.1962Devonian oil fields of the Nesson anticlinein Three Forks-Belt Mountains area, and symposium--The Devonian system of Montana and adjacent areas: Billings Geological Society 13th Annual Field Conference, p. 101-105, illus.Nesson Anticline; Williston Basin; Devonian; geology; Souris River Formation; Duperow Formation; Birdbear Formation; Three Forks Formation; oil reservoirs; oil fields; production problems; economics
Dalsted, N.L., and Leistritz, F.L.1974bA selected bibliography on coal-energy development of particular interest to the western states:North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural Economics Miscellaneous Report no. 16, 82 p.bibliographies; coal; lignite; resources; strip mining; reclamation; economics; North Dakota
Dalsted, Norman L., and Leistritz, F. Larry1973A selected bibliography of surface coal mining and reclamation of particular interest to the Great Plains states:North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural Economics Miscellaneous Report no. 15, 43 p.bibliographies; coal; lignite; resources; strip mining; reclamation; economics; North Dakota
Dalsted, Norman L., and Leistritz, F.L.1974aNorth Dakota coal resources and development potential:North Dakota Farm Research, v. 31, no. 6, p. 3-11, illus.lignite; reserves; land tenure; coal mines; electric power plants; lignite production; lignite utilization; development; exploitation; strip mines
Daly, D. J.1991The stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Fox Hills Formation, Bowman County, North Dakotain, Christopher, J. E., and Haidl, F. M., eds., Sixth International Williston Basin Symposium, Saskatchewan Geological Society, Regina, Saskatchewan, pp. 193-205
Daly, D. J.1989Stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Fox Hills Formation in the Williston BasinGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 21, p. 309
Daly, D. J.1986Stratigraphy and depositional environments of Fox Hills Formation (Late Cretaceous), Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 70, p. 1036
Daly, D. J.1986Stratigraphy and depositional environment of the Fox Hills Formation in the Williston Basinin, Clausen, E. N., and Kihm, A. J., eds., Tertiary and Upper Cretaceous of south-central and western North Dakota Field Trip Guidebook, North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 19-22
Daly, D. J.1984Stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Fox Hills Formation (Upper Cretaceous), Bowman County, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 288 p.
Daly, D. J., Groenewold, G. H., and Schmit, C. R.1985Paleoenvironments of the Paleocene Sentinel Butte Formation, Knife River area, west-central North Dakotain, Flores, R. M., and Kaplan, S. S., eds., Cenozoic paleogeography of the west-central United States, Rocky Mountain Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Denver, CO, pp. 171-185
Daly, D.J.1997Trace fossils of the Fox Hills Formation, Bowman County, North Dakota,in, Hartman, J.H., ed., Paleontology and geology in the Northern Great Plains; a Marshall Lambert festschrift: Contributions to Geology, v.32, n.1, p.37-50.Ammonites; Ammonoidea; Arthropoda; assemblages; Bivalvia; Bowman County; Cedar Creek Anticline; Cephalopoda; Colgate Member; Cretaceous; cross-bedding; Crustacea; depositional environment; Fox Hills Formation; high energy environment; ichnofossils; Invertebrata; Maestrichtian; Malacostraca; Mandibulata; marine environment; Mesozoic; Mollusca; morphology; North Dakota; Ophiomorpha; Ophiomorpha borneensis; Ophiomorpha nodosa; Ostreacea; Ostreidae; Phycosiphon; planar bedding structures; Rhizocorallium; sedimentary structures; Senonian; Tancredia; taxonomy; Tetrabranchiata; Timber Lake Member; Williston Basin;
Darton, N. H.1983Preliminary report of artesian waters of a portion of the Dakotasin, Freeze, R. A., and Back, W., eds., Physical hydrogeology, Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York, NY, pp. 308-316
Darton, Nelson H.1905Preliminary list of deep borings in the United States, 2nd ed. with additions:U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 149, 175 p.Wells over 400 feet deep in North Dakota are listed with information on their yield and depth of water.
Darton, Nelson H.1898Geothermal data from deep artesian wells in the Dakotas:Am. Jour. Sci. 4th Ser., v. 5, p. 161-168, illus.The underground temperature of waters in the Dakota artesian basin is recorded. The rate of temperature-increase with depth is calculated and plotted on a map. This is discussed in relation to the bedrock surface topography.
Darton, Nelson H.1896Preliminary report on artesian waters of a portion of the Dakotas:U. S. Geol. Survey 17th Ann. Rept. pt. 2, p. 603-694, illus.The area includes southeastern North Dakota and eastern South Dakota. The water-bearing beds are located, the territory of artesian flows is outlined, the prospects for a continued water supply are discussed, and the results of irrigation are presented.
Davis, W.B.1952The Nesson Anticline area of the Williston Basin:Journal of Petroleum Technology, v. 4, no. 12, p. 23.Nesson Anticline; Williston Basin; oil fields; Madison Limestone; production
Dawson, George M.1875Report on the geology and resources of the region in the vicinity of the Forty-ninth Parallel, from the Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains:Montreal, British North American Boundary Commission, 379 p., illus. incl. geol. sketch map.The geology and stratigraphy of the northern boundary area of North Dakota are discussed. Particular areas mentioned are the Red River Valley, Pembina Escarpment, Turtle Mountains, Souris River Valley, Missouri Coteau, and the Badlands.
Dawson, George M.1875On the superficial geology of the central region of North America:Geol. Soc. London Quart. Jour., v. 31, p. 603-623, illus.The geologic history and the glacial features of the region along the 49th parallel, north latitude, between the 96th and 114th meridians, are discussed. The Pembina Mountain, Red River Valley, Turtle Mountains, and Missouri Coteau are described.
Dawson, George M.1875Report on the geology and resources of the region in the vicinity of the forty-ninth parallel, from the Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains:Montreal, British North American Boundary Commission, 379 p., illus. including geologic sketch map.historical surveys; Red River Valley; Turtle Mountains; geology; geomorphology
Deal, Dwight E.1972Geology of Rolette County, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 58, 89 p., illus. including colored geologic maps, scale 1:126,720 and 1:253,440.Rolette County; soils; geomorphology; glacial drift; lithology; Turtle Mountains; glacial features; geologic history; glacial history; glacial Lake Souris; sediment origin; glacial deposits; water resources; waste disposal; paleontology; geologic maps; geology
Deal, Dwight E.1971Glacial stratigraphy and thin till sheets (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 3, no. 7, p. 540.Rolette County; glacial features; till; topography
Deal, Dwight E.1970bThin till sheets and palimpsest glacial topography (abstract):American Quaternary Association Meeting, 1st (Seattle, Washington), p. 33.glacial features; topography; Rolette County
Deal, Dwight E.1970aQuaternary geology of Rolette County, North Dakota (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 134 p., illus. including geologic maps, scales 1:125,000 and 1:250,000); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, 1971, v. 31, no. 12, p. 7369B-7370B.soils; geomorphology; glacial deposits; lithology; Turtle Mountains; glacial features; geologic history; glacial history; glacial Lake Souris; sediment origin; water resources; waste disposal; paleontology; geologic maps; geology; land-use planning
Deal, Dwight E., and Huff, David M.1970Hydrodynamic interpretations of Holocene sediments along the Turtle River, northeastern North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 24, pt. 1, p. 6.glacial Lake Agassiz; fluvial sediments; deposition (sediments): channel morphology
Deal, Dwight E., and Jacob, Arthur F.1970Palimpsest glacial features and ice-walled lake sequences in and around the southeastern Turtle Mountains, North Dakota and Manitoba (abstract):Geological Association of Canada-Mineralogical Association of Canada, Joint Annual Meetings, Abstracts of Papers, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Aug. 30-Sept. 2, 1970, p. 18.Turtle Mountains; glacial deposits; glacial features; geomorphology
Dean, K.1987Mississippian Ratcliffe and Nesson reservoirs, Rosebud Field, Williams County, North DakotaThe Mountain Geologist, V. 24, pp. 95-106
Dean, K.1982Devonian Dawson Bay Formation in northwestern North Dakotain, Christopher, J. E., Kaldi, J., Dunn, C. E., Kent, D. M., and Lorsong, J. A., eds., Fourth International Williston Basin Symposium, Saskatchewan Geological Society, Regina, Saskatchewan, pp. 89-92
Dean, W.E.1999The carbon cycle and biogeochemical dynamics in lake sediments:Journal of Paleolimnology, v. 21, n. 4, p. 375-393.biochemistry; calcium carbonate; carbon; carbon cycle; Elk Lake; eutrophication; geochemical cycle; geochemistry; Green Lake; hydrochemistry; lacustrine environments; lake sediments; Minnesota; North Dakota; organic carbon; planar bedding structures; sedimentary structures; sediments; Shingobee Lake; South Dakota; Spectacle Lake; varves; Williams Lake; Wisconsin;
Deans, W. S., Scherer, L. R., and Pulley, J.1991A study of horizontal drilling and the Bakken Formation; Williston Basin, North Dakotain, Hansen, W. B., ed., 1991 Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, pp. 95-104
Deans, W. S., Scherer, L., and Pulley, J.1990Horizontal drilling in the Bakken; boom or bust?in, Hansen, W. B., ed., Bakken Formation short course; study notes No.1, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, p. 17
DeGaetano, A.T., and Wilks, D.S.2002Extreme value climatology of maximum soil freezing depths in contiguous United States:Journal of Cold Regions Engineering, v. 16, n. 2, p. 51-71. atmospheric precipitation; climate; climate effects; depth; engineering properties; freezing; frozen ground; North Dakota; physical models; snow; snow depth; soil mechanics; soil water balance; soils; South Dakota; spatial distribution; temperature; water content;
DeGaetano, Arthur T., and Wilks, Daniel S.2002Extreme-value climatology of maximum soil freezing depths in contiguous United States:Journal of Cold Regions Engineering, v. 16, n. 2, p. 51-71. atmospheric precipitation; climate; depth; engineering properties; freezing; frozen ground; North Dakota; physical models; snow depth; soil mechanics; soil-water balance; soils; South Dakota; spatial distribution; temperature; water content;
DeKeyser, Edward S.2000A vegetative classification of seasonal and temporary wetlands across a disturbance gradient using a multimetric approach:Fargo, ND, North Dakota State University, Doctoral dissertation, 124 p.classification; ecology; habitat; Missouri Coteau; North Dakota; seasonal variations; statistical analysis; vegetation; wetlands;
Delimata, J.J.1971Paleocene fresh-water fauna from southwestern North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 25, pt. 1, p. 6.mullosks; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; paleontology
Delimata, John J.1975Petrology and geochemistry of the Killdeer carbonates (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 256 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1976, v. 36, no. 11, p. 5472B.Dunn County; geology; structure; stratigraphy; measured sections; sedimentary structures; lithology; paleontology; petrology; limestone; dolomite; chert; tuffite; tuff; mineralogy; petrogenesis; depositional environments; geologic age; sediments; geochemistry; paragenesis; diagenesis; sedimentary structures; carbonate rocks; Tertiary; "Killdeer Model"
Delimata, John J.1969Fort Union (Paleocene) Mollusks from southern Golden Valley and southeastern Billings Counties, Noth Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 73 p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:63,360.Fort Union Group; Ludlow Formation; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Tertiary; Paleocene; stratigraphy; lithology; paleontology; mollusks; biostratigraphy; vertebrate paleontology; paleoecology; paleoenvironments; measured sections; fossil localities; Billings County; Golden Valley County
Dembicki, H., Jr., and Pirkle, F. L.1985Regional source rock mapping using a source potential rating indexAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 69, pp. 567-581
DeMis, W.1987Hydrodynamic trapping in Mission Canyon reservoirs; Elkhorn Ranch Field, North Dakotain, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, pp. 217-225
DeMis, W. D.1991Hydrodynamic trapping in Mission Canyon Formation (Mississippian) reservoirs; Elkhorn Ranch Field, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 75, p. 559
DeMis, W. D.1995Effect of cross-basinal hydrodynamic flow on oil accumulations and oil migration history of the Bakken-Madison petroleum system; Williston Basin, North America,in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 291-302. North Dakota; Williston Basin; hydrocarbon; oil; migration; hydrodynamic flow; regional geology; stratigraphy; hydrogeology; petroleum systems; source rocks; Bakken Formation; Lodgepole Formation; Madison Formation; plays; illustrations; maps; stratigraphic column; cross-sections; Nesson anticline; oil fields; oil generation; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
DeMis, W. D., and Petty, D.1990Depositional facies, textural characteristics, and reservoir properties of dolomites in Frobisher-Alida interval in Southwest North Dakota discussion and replyAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, pp. 564-566
DeMis, W.D.1992Elkhorn Ranch Field; U.S.A., Williston Basin, North Dakota,in, Foster, N.H., and Beaumont, E.A. (compilers), Stratigraphic Traps III, in the collection, Treatise of Petroleum Geology, Atlas of Oil and Gas Fields. Tulsa, OK: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, p. 369-388. Williston Basin; North Dakota; Mississippian; Mission Canyon Formation; carbonate; Anderson Coulee area; oil fields; Devonian; Bakken Formation; history; anticlinal nose; structure; stratigraphy; traps; reservoir; Mohall porosity zones; Sherwood porosity zone; dolomite; hydrodynamics; maps; source rocks; cross sections; stratigraphic column;
Denison, A. Rodger1954The Williston Basin-structure and stratigraphy in relation to occurrence of oil and gasin Moore, Carl A., ed., 1954, Third Subsurface Geological Symposium Proceedings, Norman, Oklahoma, March 3-4, 1953: p. 55-62, illus.The exploration and production history, geological history, and structure of the basin are discussed. The structure of the Nesson anticline is also discussed. Structure contour maps of the Williston basin and the Beaver Lodge and Tioga fields are included.
Denison, A. Rodger1953The Williston Basin-structure and stratigraphy in relation to recent oil and gas discoveries:Tulsa Geol. Soc. Digest, v. 21, p. 42-47, illus.The Williston basin is defined and a brief summary of the geologic history is given. Two structure contour maps, one on the Dakota interval and one on the Mississippian interval, are included.
Denison, R. E., Lidiak, E. G., Bickford, M. E., and Kisvarsanyi, E. B.1984Geology and geochronology of Precambrian rocks in the Central Interior region of the United StatesUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1241-C, pp. C1-C20
Denison, R.E., Lidiak, E.G., Bickford, M.E., and Kisvarsanyi, E.B.1977Precambrian geology and geochronology of the Central Interior Province, North America (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 9, no. 7, p. 947-948.Archean rocks; igneous rocks; metamorphic rocks; geochronology; North Dakota; South Dakota; midcontinent; basement rocks; Precambrian
Dennis, Philip E.1948Ground water in the Wimbledon area, Barnes and Stutsman Counties, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 10, 38 p., illus. incl. geol. sketch map (scale 1 :20,000).The geology and hydrology are discussed for the glacial deposits and bedrock in the area. Tables showing the analyses of groundwater, well records and well logs are included.
Dennis, Philip E.1948Ground water in the Hope area, Steele County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 9, 30 p., illus.The geology and hydrology of the glacial deposits and the bedrock are discussed. The analyses of groundwater and well records and logs are included in the report.
Dennis, Philip E.1947Ground water near Buxton, Traill County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 5, 29 p., illus. incl. geol. sketch map (scale 1:62,500).The geology and hydrology of the water-bearing formations, both glacial and bedrock, are discussed. The analyses of groundwater and well records and logs are included.
Dennis, Philip E.1947Ground water in the Sharon area, Steele County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 8, 29 p., illus. incl. geol. sketch map (scale 1:93,750).The geology and hydrology of the glacial deposits and the bedrock are discussed. The analyses of the groundwater and well records and logs are included.
Dennis, Philip E.1947Ground water in the Aneta area, Nelson County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 7, 25 p., illus. incl. geol. sketch map (scale 1:93,750).The glacial deposits and the bedrock are described and their water-bearing characteristics are discussed. Tables of the analyses of groundwater, well records, and well logs are included.
Dennis, Philip E., Akin, P. D., and Jones, S. L.1950Ground water in the Kindred area, Cass and Richland Counties, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 14, 75 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1 :62,500).The geology and occurrence of groundwater in the glacial deposits, Lake Agassiz deposits, and bedrock are discussed. Well records, and well and test hole logs are included with a discussion of the water quality.
Dennis, Philip E., Akin, P. D., and Jones, S. L.1949Ground water in the Wyndmere area, Richland County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 13, 59 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:62,500).The geology and occurrence of groundwater in Lake Agassiz deposits, glacial deposits, and bedrock are discussed. The quality of groundwater is reported, and well records and logs are included.
Dennis, Philip E., Akin, P. D., and Worts, G. F., Jr.1949Geology and ground-water resources of parts of Cass and Clay Counties, North Dakota and Minnesota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 11; Minnesota Ground-Water Studies no. 1, 177 p., illus.The geology and hydrology of Lake Agassiz deposits, glacial deposits, and bedrock are discussed. The problem of development and production of groundwater is discussed. Well records and well logs are included in the report.
Dennis, Philip E., and Akin, P. D.1950Ground water in the Portland area, Traill County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Consent. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 15, 50 p., illus. incl. geoL map (scale 1 :250,000).The geology and hydrology including the water-bearing characteristics of the river alluvium, glacial deposits, Lake Agassiz deposits, and bedrock are discussed. Chemical analyses of the groundwater, and well records and logs of the test holes are included.
Denson, N.M.1969New evidence on age relationships of possible Eocene rocks in southwestern North Dakotain Geological Survey research 1969, Chapter B: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 650-B, p. B63-B65, illus.Golden Valley Formation; geologic age; Sentinel Butte Member; sandstone; Paleocene; Eocene; paleontology; White River Formation; Oligocene; Tertiary
Denson, N.M., and Chisholm, W.A.1971Summary of mineralogic and lithologic characteristics of Tertiary sedimentary rocks in the middle Rocky Mountains and the northern Great Plains:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 750, p. C117-C126, sketch map.Tertiary; lithology; mineralogy; heavy minerals; petrography; geologic history
Denson, N.M., and Gill, J.R.1965aChemical semiquantitative spectrographic, heavy-mineral analyses of rock and water samples and a table of selected dry holes and producing wells from the Williston Basin:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 65-40, 28 tables.geochemistry; lignite; groundwater
Denson, Norman M.1950The lignite deposits of the Cheyenne River and Standing Rock Indian Reservations Corson, Dewey, and Ziebach Counties, South Dakota and Sioux County, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Circ. 78, 22 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:500,000).The bedrock geology is described with emphasis on the lignite deposits. The mine areas are mapped and discussed.
Denson, Norman M., and Gill, J.R.1965bUranium-bearing lignite and carbonaceous shale in the southwestern part of the Williston Basin--A regional study:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 463, 75 p., illus. including geologic maps, scales 1:500,000; 1:63,360; 1:48,000.Williston Basin; stratigraphy; Cretaceous; Tertiary; Quaternary; paleontology; carbonate rocks; chemical analyses; spectroscopy; concretions; mineralogy; structural geology; uranium deposits; geology; lignite deposits; groundwater analyses; geochemistry; trace elements
Denson, Norman M., and Gill, James R.1956Uranium-bearing lignite and its relation to volcanic tuffs in eastern Montana and the Dakotas,in United Nations, Geology of uranium and thorium: Internat. Conf. Peaceful Uses Atomic Energy, Geneva, Aug. 1955, Proc. v. 6, p. 464-467, illus. incl. geol. map; revised in Page, L. R., Stocking, H. E., and Smith, H. B., Contributions to the geology of uranium and thorium...: U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 300, p. 413-418, illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:1,000,000).The geographic and stratigraphic locations of the uranium-bearing deposits are described. The lignite deposits are discussed in relation to the overlying beds and possible origin of the uranium. A generalized stratigraphic column is included.
Denson, Norman M., and others1959Uranium in coal in the western United States:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 1055, 315 p., illus.The bulletin contains papers by several authors that are cited individually.
Denson, Norman M., Bachman, G. 0., Zeller, H. D., Gill, J. R., Moore, G. W., and Melin, R. E.1955Uraniferous coal beds in parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana:U. S. Geol. Survey Coal Inv. Map C-33, block diagrams and geol. maps (scales 1:62,500 and 1:31,250).The block diagrams show the relationship of radioactive lignite beds to the regional geologic setting and to the base of the White River Group. The geologic maps are of Bullion Butte area, Billings and Golden Valley Counties; Sentinel Butte area, Golden Valley County; Medicine Pole area, Bowman County; Ekalaka Hills, Montana; and Lodgepole area, South Dakota.
Denson, Norman M., Bachman, G. O., and Zeller, H. D.1954Uranium-bearing lignite and its relation to the White River and Arikaree formations in northwestern South Dakota and adjacent states:U. S. Geol. Survey TEI-467 (Report prepared for the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.); published, 1959, Uranium-bearing lignite in northwestern South Dakota and adjacent states: U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 1055-B, p. 11-57, illus. incl. geol. maps (scale 1: 63,360, Medicine Pole Hills area, N. Dak.).The stratigraphy, structure, and uranium-bearing lignite deposits are discussed for several areas including Medicine Pole Hills area in Bowman County, North Dakota
Denson, Norman M., Bachman, G. O., and Zeller, H. D.1952Radioactive lignite deposits in the Dakotasin Summary of uranium-bearing coal, lignite, and carbonaceous shale investigations in the Rocky Mountain region during 1951: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEM-341A, p. 13-19. (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)The stratigraphy, structure, occurrence of uranium, and potential of the field are discussed for the Medicine Pole Hills area in Bowman County.
Denson, Norman NJ., and Gill, James R.1958Regional synthesis--eastern Montana and the Dakotas,in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits semiannual progress report for December 1, 1957 to May 31, 1958: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-740, p. 188-201, illus. (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)The results of semiquantitative spectrographic analyses of samples of uranium-bearing lignite and carbonaceous shale from the Ludlow, Tongue River, and Sentinel Butte "Members" of the Fort Union "Formation" in the Slim Buttes, North Cave Hills, and little Missouri River escarpment areas are presented.
Derby, J. R., and Kilpatrick, J. T.1985Ordovician Red River dolomite reservoirs, Killdeer Field, North Dakotain, Roehl, P. O., and Choquette, P. W., eds., Carbonate petroleum reservoirs, Springer-Verlag, New York, NY, pp. 59-69
Derby, N. E., Knighton, R. E., and Steele, D. D.1994Temporal and spatial distribution of nitrate nitrogen under best management practices:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 37-45.ground water; irrigation; lysimeters; monitoring; nitrate ion; nitrogen; pollution; sampling; water management; water quality; water resources;
Derby, Nathan E., and Knighton, Raymond E.2001Field-scale preferential transport of water and chloride tracer by depression-focused recharge:Journal of Environmental Quality, v. 30, n. 1, P. 194-199.electrical methods; field studies; geophysical methods; ground water; hydraulic conductivity; instruments; monitoring; nonpoint sources; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; potassium chloride; recharge; soils; solute transport; time domain reflectometry; tracers; transport; unsaturated zone; water wells;
Derby, Nathan E., Knighton, Raymond E., and Montgomery, Bruce R.2002Construction and performance of large soil core lysimeters:Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 66, n. 5, p. 144-1453. (http://www.scijournals.org/; (Series) http://soil.scijournals.org/)agriculture; bulk density; construction; cores; drainage; dryland agriculture; experimental studies; field studies; hydrology; irrigation; leachate; lysimeters; methods; moisture; Mollisols; nitrate ion; North Dakota; pipelines; soils; TDR data; unsaturated zone; water;
Derickson, R.1994Groundwater protection for farmsteads using Farm-A-Syst.:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 314-320.Farm-A-Syst; ground water; pollution; protection; risk assessment; water quality; water resources;
Desch, J. B., Larsen, W. K., Lindsay, R. F., and Nettle, R. L.1984Enhanced oil recovery by CO SUB 2 miscible displacement in the Little Knife Field, Billings County, North DakotaJournal of Petroleum Technology, V. 36, pp. 1592-1602
Desch, J. B., Larsen, W. K., Lindsay, R. F., and Nettle, R. L.1982Enhanced oil recovery by CO SUB 2 miscible displacement in the Little Knife Field, Billings County, North Dakotain, Blackwell, R. J., ed., Proceedings; Third joint SPE/DOE Symposium on Enhanced Oil Recovery, April 4-7, 1982, Tulsa, OK, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Tulsa, OK, pp. 329-339
Deschamps, A., Greenlee, D., Pultz, T. J., and Saper, R.2002Geospatial integration for applications in flood prediction and management in the Red River basin,in Ledrew, E.F., chairperson, Remote sensing; Integrating our view of the planet; Proceedings: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. 2002, v. 6, p. 3338-3340. atmospheric precipitation; Canada; climate; data bases; data processing; drainage basins; environmental management; floods; geographic information systems; geologic hazards; hydrology; information systems; Manitoba; mapping; Minnesota; monitoring; North Dakota; prediction; RADARSAT; Red River Valley; Red River of the North; remote sensing; satellite methods; surface water; water management; watersheds;
Desjardins, Louis H.1952Photogeology in the Williston Basin:Petroleum Engineer, v. 24, no. 9, p. B62-B63, illus.The use of aerial photographs in the mapping of the structure and outcrop pattern of the Williston basin is discussed.
DesLauriers, L. L.1982Soil survey of Bottineau County, North DakotaU. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Washington DC, 160 p.
DesLauriers, L. L.1990Soil survey of McHenry County, North DakotaU. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Washington, DC, 245 p.
DesLauriers, L.L., and Lambert, R.E.1997Soil survey of Rolette County, North Dakota:Washington, DC, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, 213 p.maps; North Dakota; Rolette County; soil surveys; soils;
Deul, Maurice, and Annell, C. S.1956The occurrence of minor elements in ash of low-rank coals from Texas, Colorado, North Dakota, and South Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 1036-H, p. 155-172, illus.The results of the analysis of the ash samples for 27 minor elements are presented and interpretated. Lignite from Bowman County, North Dakota is included in the study.
Devils Lake Basin Advisory Committee1976The Devils Lake Basin Study volume 1, Study Report:TPI Consultants, Inc., Devils Lake Advisory Committee, 235 p., illus.Devils Lake Basin; geology; groundwater; soils; climate; history; population; land use; agriculture; economics; recreation; transportation; archeology; wildlife; wetlands; hydrology; water quality; water pollution; floods; flood control; water level fluctuations; project planning; alternative planning; costs; channel improvement
DeVore, M.L., Pigg, K.B., and Manchester, S.R.2003Late Paleocene plants from North Dakota; New localities and insights from the Almont flora:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, n. 6, p. 588. Acer; Actinidiaceae; Almont flora; Almont, North Dakota; Angiospermae; assemblages; Beicegal Creek flora; Cenozoic; clastic rocks; Coniferales; Cornus; Dicotyledoneae; floral studies; fossil localities; fossilization; Ginkgo; Ginkgoales; Gymnospermae; Morton County Myrica; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoclimatology; paleoecology; Paleogene; Plantae; preservation; sedimentary rocks; shale; Spermatophyta; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Tiffanian;
DeVoto, B., ed.1953The Journals of Lewis and Clark:Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 504 p.coal; early exploration; lava; minerals; North Dakota; petrified wood; pumice; 1805;
Dewey, B. M.1984Effects of current reserve pit reclamation procedures on ground-water quality at selected oil well sites in Richland County, Montana, and McKenzie County, North DakotaMontana Bureau of Mines and Geology Special Publication, V. 91, p. 13
Dickinson, W. W., Newman, R. H., Collen, J. D., Price, L. C., and Law, B. E.1990SUP 13 C NMR spectra from Mississippian-Devonian Bakken Shale, Williston Basin, North Dakota and Upper Cretaceous Fruitland Coal, San Juan Basin, New Mexico, U.S.AGeology Board of Studies Publication, V. 8, p. 31
Diehl, P.1993Dickinson Lodgepole updateNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, V. 20, No. 4, p. 5
Diehl, P.1993Rocky claven corner:NDGS Newsletter, v. 20, n. 1, p. 9-12.Earth; motions; rotation; velocity;
Diehl, P., and Burke, R.1997Washed out in the west:NDGS Newsletter, v. 24, n. 4, p. 10-11.breccia; carbonates; Carboniferous; clastic rocks; Deadwood Formation; ichnofossils; Lodgepole Formation; Mission Canyon Limestone; Mississippian; North Dakota; outcrops; paleokarst; Paleozoic; sedimentary rocks; type sections; Whitewood Formation;
Diehl, Paul E.2001Small-scale geologic structures within Cedar Hills Red River B field, Bowman and Slope Counties, North Dakota:NDGS Newsletter, v. 28, n. 2, p. 4-7.North Dakota; Williston Basin; horzontal drilling; Cedar Hills field; Ordovician; Red River Formation; dolostone; economic geology; petroleum; crude oil; porosity; permeability; structures; well logs; small-scale; faults; structural;
Diemer, J. A., and Belt, E. S.1991Paleocene Lebo Member of the Fort Union Formation, southeastern MontanaSedimentary Geology, V. 75, pp. 85-108
Diemer, J. A., Belt, E. S., and Hartman, J. H.1996Base level changes as a consequence of tectonic, eustatic and autogenic processes in Late Cretaceous and Paleocene strata, western Williston Basin:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, 7, p. 373.arches; Black Hills; Bullion Creek Formation; Cannonball Member; Cave Hills; Cenozoic; changes; clay mineralogy; Cretaceous; Ekalaka Member; estuarine environment; eustacy; Fort Union Formation; Fox Hills Formation; fresh water environment; Hell Creek Formation; ichnofossils; lithofacies; marine environment; Mesozoic; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; School Section Creek; Skolithos; South Dakota; tectonic controls; tectonics; Teichichnus; Tertiary; Thalassinoides; Tongue River; unconformities; uplifts; Williston Basin;
Diemer, J. A., Belt, E. S., and Metcalf, L.1992Sedimentology and paleohydraulics of the Lebo member, Fort Union Formation, southeastern Montanain, Sholes, M. A., and Vuke-Foster, S. M., eds., Coal Geology of Montana, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Special Publication No. 102, pp. 61-81
Dietrich, I.T.1973An historical overview of strip mine reclamation in North Dakotain Some environmental aspects of strip mining in North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Educational Series 5, p. 49-51.strip mining; reclamation; history; North Dakota
Dietrich, Irvine T., and Hove, John (Editors)1962Conservation of natural resources in North Dakota:Fargo, North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, 327 p., illus.geology; oil and gas; conservation; climates; vegetation; soils; water conservation; fauna; recreation; historic sites
Dingman, Robert J., and Gordon, Ellis D.1954Geology and ground-water resources of Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1259, 115 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:96,000).The stratigraphy, geologic history, economic geology, and hydrology are discussed for the area. The chemical quality of the groundwater and well logs and records are included.
Ditmars, R. C.1985Increase in lithospheric thickness during the subsidence of the Williston BasinMaster's, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 47 p.
Ditmars, R. C., and Ahern, J. L.1984Lithosphere rejuvenation in the Williston Basin areaEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 65, p. 1084
Dixon, G.H.1973Topographic and geologic mapsin Mineral and water resources of North Dakota: U.S. Congress, Senate, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (SuDoc no. Y4.In8/13:M66/39); also issued: North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 63, p. 5-8, illus.maps; North Dakota; geologic maps; topographic maps
Dobbin, C. E., and Larsen, R. M.1934Geologic and structure-contour map of the southern half of the Cedar Creek Anticline, Fallon County, Montana and Bowman County, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Gen. Mineral Resource Map (scale 1:63,360).The Pierre Shale, Fox Hills Sandstone, and "Lance Formation" are the units illustrated on the geologic map. The structure contours are drawn on the phosphatic pebble bed at the top of the Pierre Shale.
Dobbin, C. E., and Reeside, J. B., Jr.1930The contact of the Fox Hills and Lance formations:U. S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 158-B, p. 9-25, illus.The authors describe the contact of the Fox Hills and "Lance" Formations and their equivalent units over much of the area of their occurrence. The problem of the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Western Interior region is discussed.
Dobbin, C. E., and Reeside, J. B., Jr.1924The Lance-Fox Hills contact in eastern Montana and the Dakotas (abs.):Washington Acad. Sci. Jour. v. 14, p. 165-166.The Fox Hills and Lance are seen as representing continuous deposition. The Fox Hills of the Dakotas is considered Upper Cretaceous, whereas the Fox Hills of Montana is considered early Eocene.
Dodge, C. J. N., and Reid, F. S.1986Hydrocarbon potential of Spearfish Formation in eastern Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 70, p. 1037
Doering, E. J., and Sandoval, F. M.1981Chemistry of seep drainage in southwestern North DakotaSoil Science, V. 132, pp. 142-149
Doering, E. J., and Willis, W. O.1980Effect of soil solution concentration on cation exchange relationin, Bhumbla, D. R., ed., Proceedings of the International Symposium on Salt Affected Soils; February 18-21, 1980, Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal, India, pp. 129-133
Doering, E. J., Benz, L. C., and Reichman, G. A.1982Shallow-water-table concept for drainage design in semiarid and subhumid regionsin, Willardson, L. S., ed., Advances in drainage; proceedings of the Fourth National Drainage Symposium, December 13-14, 1982, Chicago, IL, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MO, pp. 34-41
Doering, E.J., and Sandoval, F.M.1973Saline-seep development on hillside sites in western North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 27, pt. 1, p. 8.springs; groundwater; saline water
Dolliver, P.1983Upper Mission Canyon (Mississippian) cyclicity and hydrocarbon occurrence, north-central North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 67, p. 1335
Dolson, J.1990Unconformity related traps and production, Lower Cretaceous through Mississippian strata, Central and Northern Rocky MountainsAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, pp. 643-644
Domyahn, N. R.1994Treatment technologies for removing natural occurring uranium in private groundwater supplies of southwestern North Dakota:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 295-303.actinides; Adams County; Billings County; Dunn County; ground water; Hettinger County; isotopes; metals; North Dakota; pollution; radioactive isotopes; remediation; Slope County; Stark County; U-234; U-238; uranium; water quality; water resources; water treatment;
Donofrio, R. R.1981Impact craters; implications for basement hydrocarbon productionJournal of Petroleum Geology, V. 3, pp. 279-302
Donovan, J. J.1992Geochemical and hydrologic dynamics in evaporative groundwater-dominated lakes of glaciated Montana and North DakotaDoctoral, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 276 p.
Donovan, J. J.1994On the measurement of reactive mass fluxes in evaporative groundwater-source lakes,in, Renaut, R. W., and Last, W. M., eds., Sedimentology and geochemistry of modern and ancient saline lakes, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology) Special Publication 50, p. 33-50.aquifers; Brush Lake; chemical composition; chemical reactions; evaporation; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrology; lacustrine environment; mass balance; models; Montana; North Dakota; salinity; solutes;
Donovan, J. J., and Duffy, C. J.1992Chemical response of salinity in groundwater-dominated lakes to perturbations in climateGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 24, p. 301
Donovan, J. J., and Rose, A. W.1994Geochemical evolution of lacustrine brines from variable-scale groundwater circulation:Journal of Hydrology, v. 154, n. 1-4, p. 35-62.aquifers; authigenic minerals; brines; Brush Lake; clastic sediments; Clear Lake; drainage; evolution; Fort Union Formation; Fox Hills Aquifer; geochemistry; Goose Lake; Great Plains; ground water; Horseshoe Lake; hydrochemistry; lacustrine environment; mineral composition; models; Montana; movement; North Dakota; outwash; patterns; PHRQPITZ; rainfall; sediments; statistical analysis;
Donovan, J.J., and Rose, A.W.1994,Geochemical evolution of lacustrine brines from variable-scale groundwater circulation:Journal of Hydrology, v.154, n.1-4, p.35-62.aquifers; authigenic minerals; brines; Brush Lake; clastic sediments; Clear Lake; drainage; Fort Union Formation; Fox Hills Aquifer; geochemistry; Goose Lake; Great Plains; ground water; Horseshoe Lake; hydrochemistry; lacustrine environment; models; Montana; North Dakota; outwash; PHRQPITZ; rainfall; sediments; statistical analysis;
Donovan, J.J., Engstrom, D.R., Almendinger, J.E., and Fritz, S.1999Endogenic lacustrine carbonate flux as a proxy for paleorecharge; Comparing the record of two evaporative groundwater-dominated lakes: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 88.aquifers; Brush Lake; clastic rocks; clastic sediments; cores; drought; erosion; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrology; Kettle Lake; lakes; limnology; marl; mass balance; Montana; North Dakota; outwash; paleoclimatology; paleohydrology; quantitative analysis; recharge; salinity; saturation; sedimentary rocks; sediments; surface water; wind erosion;
Dooley, Matthew A.2002Stone rings, rock cairns, and land-use histories; preliminary investigations in central North Dakota:Nebraska Academy of Sciences Program and Proceedings no. 112, p. 27.archaeological sites; archaeology; Cenozoic; history; Holocene; land use; landscapes; Mercer County; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; Quaternary;
Doolittle, J. A., Heidt, C. J., Larson, S. J., Ryterske, T. P., Ulmer, M. G., and Wellman, P. E.1981Soil survey of Grand Forks County, North DakotaU. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Washington, DC, 191 p.
Dorf, Erling1942Application of paleobotany to the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary problem:New York Acad. Sci., Trans., ser. 2, v. 4, no. 3, p. 73-78.The Mesozoic-Cenozoic boundary is placed between the true dinosaur-bearing "Lance Formation" and the overlying basal unit of the Fort Union. Paleobotanical evidence is correlated with invertebrate and vertebrate evidence for this conclusion.
Dorf, Erling1940Relationship between floras of the type Lance and Fort Union Formations:Geol. Soc. America Bull. v. 51, p. 213-236, illus.Flora from the type locality of the "Lance Formation" is compared to the flora from the Fort Union, Upper Cretaceous, and Tullock-Ludlow beds. Flora collected from three locations in western North Dakota is included.
Doroshenko, J., Henderson, L.G., George, G.R., and Ashmore, H.T.1974Oil and gas developments in Northern Rockies in 1973:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 58, no. 8, p. 1547-1555, illus.North Dakota; exploration; development
Dorough, W. G., and Reid, J. R.1991Shoreline erosion process, Lake Sakakawea, NDProceedings of the Fifth Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conference, V. 5, pp. 15.1-15.8
Douglass, Earl1909A geological reconnaissance in North Dakota, Montana, and Idaho; with notes on Mesozoic and Cenozoic geology:Carnegie Mus., Annals, v. 5, p. 211-288, illus.The first part of the report describes the geology of North Dakota as seen from the Great Northern Railroad. From Medora a trip through the Little Missouri Badlands was made by stage and horseback. The scenery and geology are described. Both Black Butte and White Butte were examined. Mention is made of the Fort Union and White River beds on White Butte. The fossils collected in the area are listed.
Douglass, Earl1908Rhinoceroses from the Oligocene and Miocene deposits of North Dakota and Montana:Carnegie Mus., Annals, v. 4, p. 256-266, illus.Two skulls found at White Butte and in the Little Bad Lands are described and provisionally identified as Aceratherium tridactylum Osborn.
Douglass, Earl1908Fossil horses from North Dakota and Montana:Carnegie Mus., Annals, v. 4, p. 267-277, illus.Parts of two fossil horses, Mesohippus bairdi (Leidy) and Mesohippus brachystylus? Osborn, found at White Butte, Billings County, North Dakota, are described.
Dove, Leonard P.1926Dakalite,in Leonard, A. G., Gauger, A. W., Budge, W. E., and Dove, L. P., Geology and natural resources of North Dakota: N. Dak. Univ. Departmental Bull., v. 11, no. 1 (N. Dak. Univ., Div. Mines and Mining Expts. Bull. 9) p. 33-37.The history, the chemistry, the geology, the manufacture, and the uses of dakalite are described. Dakalite is a wood stain made from the mineral leonardite.
Dove, Leonard P.1925The prospecting, development, and evaluation of lignite lands in North Dakota,in Leonard, Arthur G., Babcock, E. J., and Dove, L. P., The lignite deposits of North Dakota: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 4, p. 10-27, illus.The important geological factors involved in the prospecting of lignite lands are discussed.
Dove, Leonard P.1925McLean County,in Leonard, Arthur G., Babcock, E. J., and Dove, L. P., The lignite deposits of North Dakota: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 4, p. 111-125, illus.This county is on the eastern margin of the lignite area of North Dakota. The important coal mining districts of the county are described in detail. Some measured sections are included.
Dove, Leonard P.1925Morton County,in Leonard, Arthur G., Babcock, E. J., and Dove, L. P., The lignite deposits of North Dakota: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 4, p. 131-139, illus.The New Salem-Glen Ullin, Hebron and Little Heart River lignite mining districts are described.
Dove, Leonard P.1922The geology and structure of the east side of Nesson Anticline:N. Dak., Univ., Quart. Jour. v. 12, no. 3, p. 240-249, illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:31,680).The east side of the anticline was mapped to supplement the work of A. J. Collier (1919). The stratigraphy, topography, geological history, structure, and economic considerations are discussed.
Dove, Leonard P.1923The prospecting and evaluation of lignite lands in North Dakota:N. Dak., Univ., Quart. Jour., v. 14, p. 60-69.Some important elements in the problem of prospecting and evaluation such as the depth of coal, nature of overburden, thickness of the bed, glacial materials as overburden, accessibility, and quality are discussed.
Dove, Leonard P.1922Clinkertill, a new metamorphic rock:Science, n. s., v. 56, no. 1447, p. 338.A boulder-clay till capping the northern bluffs along the Missouri River in Williams County, North Dakota has been baked by the burning of the underlying lignite bed and is here described as clinkertill.
Dove, Leonard P.1921The problem of prospecting for coal in glaciated areas:N. Dak. Univ., Quart. Jour., v. 11, no. 3, p. 215-222, illus.The problem consists largely of locating and evaluating deposits covered by glacial drift. Some methods of prospecting under these conditions are discussed.
Dove, Leonard P. and Eaton, H. N.1925Williams and Mountrail Counties,in Leonard, Arthur G., Babcock, E. J., and Dove, L. P., The lignite deposits of North Dakota: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 4, p. 153-165, illus. incl. geol. sketch maps (scale 1:31,680 and 1:62,500).The lignite beds are described for the three districts in the area: the Williston district, the Hanks district, and the White Earth River district. A sketch map of each district is included along with a geological and structure map of the east side of the Nesson articline.
Dow, D. H.1945Mineral resources of the Missouri Valley region, Part 3, Fuel resources:U. S. Geol. Survey, Missouri Basin Studies no. 1, pt. 3, geol. map, scale 1:2,500,000; reprinted 1957.The structure contours and oil, gas, and coal resources are indicated on the geologic map. Lignite and gas are the resources indicated in North Dakota.
Dow, D. H.1945Mineral resources of the Missouri Valley region, Part 1, Metallic mineral resources:U. S. GeoL Survey Missouri Basin Studies no. 1, pt. 1, geol. map, scale 1:2,500,000; reprinted, 1957.The map has a geologic base with structure contours and the metallic mineral resources indicated on it. Manganese is indicated in Rolette County, North Dakota.
Dow, W.G.1972Application of oil correlation and source-rock data to exploration in Williston Basin (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 56, no. 3, p. 615.Williston Basin; petroleum geology; Paleozoic; Mississippian; exploration; production
Dow, Wallace G.1974Application of oil-correlation and source-rock data to exploration in Williston Basin:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 58, no. 7, p. 1253-1262, illus.Williston Basin; petroleum geology; Winnipeg-Red River oil system; source rock; Bakken-Madison oil system; Tyler oil system; exploration
Dow, Wallace G.1971Theory of Red River reservoir development in Williston Basin (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 55, no. 3, p. 536.Ordovician; Red River Formation; carbonates; dolomite
Dow, Wallace G.1967The Spearfish Formation in the Williston Basin of western North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 52, 28 p., illus. (A publication of Dow's 1964 M.S. thesis.)Spearfish Formation; Williston Basin; Triassic; Permian; stratigraphy; Belfield Member-type section; Pine Salt Member; Saude Member-type section; lithology; type logs; stratigraphic correlation charts; structural geology; Nesson Anticline; Cedar Creek Anticline; Bowman Low; Golden Valley Low; Stark High; Mercer High; economic geology; oil fields; petroleum; salts; gypsum; groundwater; isopach maps; cross sections
Dow, Wallace G.1964bThe Spearfish Formation in Williston Basin of western North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 127 p., illus.; published, 1967: North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 52, 28 p., illus.Spearfish Formation; Williston Basin; Triassic; Permian; stratigraphy; Belfield Member-type section; Pine Salt Member; Saude Member-type section; lithology; type logs; stratigraphic correlation charts; structural geology; Nesson Anticline; Cedar Creek Anticline; Bowman Low; Golden Valley Low; Stark High; Mercer High; economic geology; oil fields; petroleum; salts; groundwater; gypsum; isopach maps; cross sections
Dow, Wallace G.1964aThe Spearfish Formation in western North Dakotain Williston Basin Symposium, 3rd International, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1964, Proceedings: Billings Geological Society, p. 127-131, illus.Williston Basin; Spearfish Formation; shale; siltstone; salt; sandstone; isopach maps; stratigraphy; Cedar Creek Anticline; cross sections; Permian; Triassic Anticline; Bowman Low; Golden Valley Low; Stark High; Mercer High; economic
Downer, C.W., and Myers, T.E.1995Constructed wetlands for sediment and non-point source pollution control at US Army Corps of Engineers projects,U. S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, United States in Espey, W.H., Jr., and Combs, P.G., eds., Proceedings of the 1995 First international conference on Water resources engineering, p. 89-93.Bowman, North Dakota; Bowman-Haley Reservoir; monitoring; nonpoint sources; pollution; programs; Ray Roberts Reservoir; reservoirs; sampling; sediments; suspended materials; Texas; U. S. Army Corps of Engineers; wetlands;
Downey, J. S.1989Paleohydrology of Pleistocene springs of Lake Agassiz BasinAbstracts of the 28th International Geological Congress, pp. 1411
Downey, J. S.1990Regional aquifers of North Dakota and adjacent areas of CanadaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 44, p. 39
Downey, J. S.1984Geohydrology of the Madison and associated aquifers in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and WyomingUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1273-G, pp. G1-G47
Downey, J. S.1986Geohydrology of bedrock aquifers in the Northern Great Plains in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and WyomingUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1402-E, pp. E1-E87
Downey, J. S.1982Geohydrology of the Madison and associated aquifers in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and WyomingUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 82-0914, 120 p., 1 Sheet
Downey, J. S.1982Machine-readable data files from the Madison Limestone and Northern Great Plains regional aquifer system analysis projects, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and WyomingUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 82-4107, 30 p.
Downey, J. S.1980Geohydrology of the Madison Limestone and associated rocks in the northern Great Plains region of the United StatesEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 61, p. 952
Downey, J. S.1976Premining hydrologic conditions studies at lignite-deposit area (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1000, p. 124.Dunn County; strip mining; groundwater; changes caused by mining
Downey, J. S., and Dinwiddie, G. A.1988The regional aquifer system underlying the Northern Great Plains in parts of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming; summaryUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1402-A, pp. A1-A64
Downey, J. S., Busby, J. F., and Dinwiddie, G. A.1985Regional aquifers and petroleum in Williston Basin region of United StatesAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 69, p. 847
Downey, J. S., Busby, J. F., and Dinwiddie, G. A.1987Regional aquifers and petroleum in the Williston Basin region of the United Statesin, Peterson, J. A., Kent, D. M., Anderson, S. B., Pilatzke, R. H., and Longman, M. W., eds., Williston Basin; anatomy of a cratonic oil province, Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, Denver, CO, pp. 299-312
Downey, Joe S.1974Digital model simulation of reservoir effects on the ground-water system near Kindred southeastern North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 6, no. 5, p. 440.groundwater resources; glacial aquifers; computer model; Cass County; groundwater flow
Downey, Joe S.1973Ground-water resources, Nelson and Walsh Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 57, Part 3 (North Dakota Water Commission County Ground-water Studies 17), 72 p., illus.groundwater resources; water supply; well data; aquifers; water quality; hydrogeology; Nelson County; Walsh County
Downey, Joe S.1971bGround-water resources of Walsh County, northeastern North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-431, scale 1:126,720, text.water resources development; groundwater; hydrogeology; water wells; aquifers; water levels; water yield; water quality; chemical analyses; hydrographs; Walsh County
Downey, Joe S.1971aGround-water basic data, Nelson and Walsh Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 57, Part 2 (North Dakota Water Commission County Ground-water Studies 17), 459 p., illus.water supply; water wells; groundwater; water utilization; electric well logging; hydrologic data; hydrologic properties; physical properties; chemicl analyses; water chemistry; water quality; Nelson County; Walsh County
Downey, Joe S.1970Ground-water resources of Nelson County, northeastern North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-428, scale 1:126,720, text.Nelson County; groundwater resources; water analyses; chemical analyses; glacial aquifers; aquifers; Cretaceous; Pierre Shale; maps; groundwater availability
Downey, Joe S., and Armstrong, C.A.1977Ground-water resources of Griggs and Steele Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 64, Part 3 (North Dakota State Water Commission County Ground-water Studies 21), 33 p., illus.groundwater; water quality; bedrock geology; glacial geology; aquifers; utilization; water resources
Downey, Joe S., Hutchinson, R.D., and Sunderland, G.L.1973Ground-water basic data for Griggs and Steele Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 64, Part 2 (North Dakota Water Commission County Ground Water Studies 21), 468 p., illus.groundwater resources; hydrogeology; well data; water quality; aquifer characteristics; water wells; lithologic logs; water levels; chemical analyses; hydrologic data
Dowuona, G. N., Mermut, A. R., and Krouse, H. R.1992Stable isotopes of salts in some acid sulfate soils of North AmericaSoil Science Society of America Journal, V. 56, pp. 1646-1653
Druyff, L.1990Reservoir properties of the Bakken Shalein, Hansen, W. B., ed., Bakken Formation short course; study notes No.1, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, pp. 17-18
Druyff, L.1991Reservoir properties of the Bakken Shalein, Hansen, W. B., ed., 1991 Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, p. 91
Duey, R.1998Technology overcomes well obstacles:Hart's Oil and Gas World, v.90, n.5, p.18-22.Austin Chalk; Cretaceous; drilling; Gulfian; horizontal drilling; Mesozoic; North Dakota; oil wells; Paleozoic; Permian; petroleum engineering; Phosphoria Formation; technology; Williston-Basin;
Dumonceaux, G. M.1984Stratigraphy and depositional environments of the Three Forks Formation (Upper Devonian), Williston Basin, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 189 p.
Durall, R. L.1987Diagenesis and porosity development of the Mission Canyon and Charles Formations (Mississippian), Treetop and Whiskey Joe Fields, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 207 p.
Dutcher, R. R.1984Alteration of two samples of Western U.S. coals under extreme storage conditionsGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 16, p. 497
Duval, J.S.1999Aerial gamma-ray surveys of the conterminous United States and Alaska:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 99-562D, 1 disc.airborne methods; geophysical methods; geophysical surveys; Iowa; Minnesota; North Dakota; South Dakota; surveys; Wisconsin;
Dyer, John1961bWilliston Basin, "sleepers":Williston Basin Oil Review, v. 10, no. 4, p.35, 38.Williston Basin; oil and gas; exploration; Muddy Sandstone; Dakota Sandstone; Minnelusa Sandstone; Heath Sandstone; Lodgepole Limestone; Sanish-Bakken interval; Winnipegosis Formation; Red River Formation; Winnipeg Sand
Dyer, John R.1961aObservations on Dakota Sandstone in North Dakota:North Dakota Water and Sewage Works Conference Official Bulletin, v. 29, nos. 5 & 6, p. 2-3, illus.Dakota Sandstone; aquifers; salinity; municipal water supply; water temperature; Cretaceous
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