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Gardner, F. J.1962Williston heads for year-end spurt:Oil & Gas Journal, v. 60, p. 115. (November 26).petroleum; exploration
Gardner, F. J.1959North Dakota bags ten in first month:Oil & Gas Journal, v.57, no. 7, p. 147.Williston Basin; oil wells; exploration; oil fields
Gardner, F. J.1965Strat traps entice new drilling in Dakotas:Oil & Gas Journal, v. 63, p. 109, illus. (January 11).petroleum; exploration
Gardner, F. J.1963Drillable prospects aplenty await drill in Williston:Oil & Gas Journal, v. 61, p. 197. (May 20).Red River Formation; production; Ordovician; petroleum; exploration; Williston Basin
Gardner, F. J.1958Watch Williston:Oil & Gas Journal, v. 56, no. 3, p. 193.Williston Basin; oil wells; exploration; Red River Formation; Ordovician oil
Garklavs, G.1988North Dakota; ground-water qualityUSGS Water-Supply Paper W 2325, pp. 401-406
Garklavs, G., and Nelson, R.1987North Dakota ground-water qualityUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 87-0744, 7 p.
Garrett, R.G.1994The distribution of cadmium in a horizon soils in the prairies of Canada and adjoining United States,in Interior Plains and Arctic Canada: Geological Survey of Canada Current Research, p. 73-82.Alberta; cadmium; Canada; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; Cretaceous; fluvial environment; glacial environment; glaciofluvial environment; horizons; Manitoba; Mesozoic; metals; Minnesota; Montana; North Dakota; Quaternary; Saskatchewan; sediments; soils; statistical analysis; till;
Garrett, R.G., MacLaurin, A.I., Green, C.E., Chaney, R.L., and Hall, G.E.M.1997Some methods for estimating phytoavailable cadmium in prairie soilsin, Wanty, R.B., Marsh, S.P., and Gough, L.P., eds., 4th International Symposium on Environmental Geochemistry; Proceedings: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 97-496, p.26-27.cadmium; chemical properties; environmental analysis; environmental effects; geochemistry; mathematical models; metals; mobility; multivariate analysis; North Dakota; pH; prairies; regression analysis; risk assessment; soils; sorption; statistical analysis; USGS; vegetation;
Garstka, W. R., and Burnham, D. A.1995Posture and stance of Triceratops; Evidence of digitigrade manus and cantilever vertebral column:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 15, n. 3, Suppl., p. 31.Chordata; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; functional morphology; Hell Creek Formation; locomotion; Mesozoic; morphology; North Dakota; reptiles; Reptilia; skeletons; Tetrapoda; tetrapods; Triceratops; Vertebrata; vertebrates;
Gass, Patrick1807A journal of the voyages and travels of a corps of discovery, under the command of Capt. Lewis and Capt. Clarke of the Army of the United States, from the mouth of the River Missouri through the interior parts of North America to the Pacific Ocean, during the years 1804, 1805 and 1806:Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Zadok Krammer, publisher; reprinted, 1958: Minneapolis, Minnesota, Ross and Haines, Inc., 317 p., illus.surveys; history; Missouri River Basin
Gasse, F., Barker, P., Gell, P.A., Fritz, S.C., and Chalie, F.1997Diatom-inferred salinity in palaeolakes; an indirect tracer of climate change:Quaternary Science Reviews, v.16, n.6, p.547-563.algae; algal flora; arid environment; assemblages; Cenozoic; climate change; communities; conductivity; diatoms; geochemistry; hydrochemistry; ions; levels; microfossils; mixing; Moon Lake; North Dakota; paleoclimatology; paleohydrology; paleolimnology; paleosalinity; Plantae; Quaternary; semi-arid environment; silica; solution; taphonomy;
Gauger, A. W., and Iverson, H. G.1930Microstructure of Dakota lignite:N. Dak., Univ., Quart. Jour., v. 20, no. 4, p. 267-293, illus.The physical characteristics and the formation of lignite are discussed. The methods of preparing thin sections of lignite are presented. Photomicrographs of sections of North Dakota lignite are explained.
Gauger, A. W., Leonard, A. G., Chandler, E. F., Simpson, H. E., and Budge, W. E.1930Geology and natural resources of North Dakota:N. Dak., Univ. Departmental Bull., v. 14, no. 1 (N. Dak., Univ., Div. Mines and Mining Expts. Bull. 11), 64 p.The bulletin contains articles by several authors which are cited individually.
Gauger, R. W.1988Capacity of McKenzie Slough near McKenzie, North DakotaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 88-0328, 1 Sheet, 1:24,000
Gautier, D. L.1986Cretaceous shales from the Western Interior of North America; sulfur/carbon ratios and sulfur-isotope compositionGeology, V. 14, pp. 225-228
Gautier, D. L.1987Isotopic composition of pyrite; relationship to organic matter type and iron availability in some North American Cretaceous shalesChemical Geology, Isotope Geoscience Section, V. 65, pp. 293-303
Gautier, D. L.1985Sulfur/carbon ratios and sulfur isotope composition of some Cretaceous shales from the Western Interior of North AmericaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 85-0514, 22 p.
Gautier, D. L.1981Lithology, reservoir properties, and burial history of portion of Gammon Shale (Cretaceous), southwestern North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 65, pp. 1146-1159
Gautier, D. L.1982Siderite concretions; indicators of early diagenesis in the Gammon Shale (Cretaceous)Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, V. 52, pp. 859-871
Gautier, D. L., and Rice, D. D.1982Conventional and low-permeability reservoirs of shallow gas in the Northern Great PlainsJournal of Petroleum Technology, V. 34, pp. 1600-1608
Gautier, D. L., and Varnes, K. L.1993Plays for assessment in Region IV, Rocky Mountains and Northern Great Plains as of October 4, 1993; 1995 National Assessment of Oil and GasUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 93-0596-D, 34 p.
Gautier, D. L., Starkey, H. C., and Takahashi, K. I.1983Clays, cations, and geophysical log response of gas-producing and nonproducing zones in the Gammon Shale (Cretaceous), southwestern North DakotaClays and Clay Minerals, V. 31, pp. 122-128
Gautier, D.L., and Rice, D.D.1981Facies distribution and reservoir quality of biogenic gas reservoirs of northern Great Plains; Example from Eagle-Telegraph Creek (Upper Cretaceous) interval:AAPG Bulletin, v. 65, n. 3, p. 559.Bearpaw Mountain; Cretaceous; diagenesis; Eagle Sandstone; Great Plains; lithofacies; Mesozoic; Montana; natural gas; North Dakota; permeability; petroleum; petroleum engineering; reservoir properties; reservoir rocks; structural traps; Telegraph Creek Formation; traps;
Gay, S. Parker, Jr.1973Study No. 3, NE North Dakota, U.S.A., in Pervasive Orthogonal Fracturing in Earth's Continental Crust: A Closer Look at "The New Basement Tectonics": Salt Lake City, Utah, American Steroe Map Co., p. 16, 17, 64, 65.Leland Horberg; Lake Agassiz Basin; North Dakota; periglacial features; tectonics; fracturing; structural geology; aerial photographs; basement; fractures; lineaments; Pembina County; Walsh County; ice wedges; ridges;
Gaynor, J.A., and Stasko, L.E.1985Mission Canyon strat-seis on the east flank of the Williston Basin:SEG Abstracts. 1985; 1, Pages 350-352. 1985. Carboniferous; development; drilling; geophysical methods; geophysical surveys; Haas Field; lithofacies; Mission Canyon Limestone; Mississippian; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Paleozoic; petroleum; petroleum exploration; Pratt Field; reservoir rocks; sedimentary rocks; seismic methods; seismic stratigraphy; stratigraphic traps; surveys; traps; Wiley Field; Williston Basin;
Geiger, J.K.1996Hydrogeological characterization of the Akzo Salt Company, Williston facility, Williston, North Dakota.Master's thesis. Grand Forks, ND, University of North Dakota, 178 p.aquifer vulnerability; aquifers; chemically precipitated rocks; electrical methods; evaporites; geophysical methods; geophysical surveys; ground water; levels; North Dakota; pollution; resistivity; salinity; salt; sedimentary rocks; Stony Creek Basin; surveys; tailings; water quality; Williams County; Williston;
Genik, G. J.1954A regional study of the Winnipeg formation:Alberta Soc. Petroleum Geologists News Bull., v. 2, no. 5, p. 1, 3-5, illus. incl. geol. maps (scale, approx. 1:12,500,000).The study includes discussions of the lithology, textural and heavy mineral analysis, palaeontology, age, correlation, source, tectonic environment, and deposition of the Winnipeg "Formation." The area includes parts of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Montana, and North Dakota.
George, G.R., Hughes, J.H., and Ashmore, H.T.1976Oil and gas development in northern Rockies in 1975:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 60, no. 8, p. 1204-1214, illus.North Dakota; Red River Formation; petroleum; exploration; production
Gerhard, L. C.1982Geological development, origin and energy and mineral resources of the Williston Basin, North DakotaEarth Science Bulletin, V. 15, p. 144
Gerhard, L. C.1982Geological evolution and energy resources of the Williston BasinUMR Journal, V. 3, pp. 83-120
Gerhard, L. C.1985Porosity development in the Mississippian pisolitic limestones of the Mission Canyon Formation, Glenburn Field, Williston Basin, North Dakotain, Roehl, P. O., and Choquette, P. W., eds., Carbonate petroleum reservoirs, Springer-Verlag, New York, NY, pp. 191-205
Gerhard, L. C., and Anderson, S. B.1981Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin; 1980 updateNorth Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 59, 19 p.
Gerhard, L. C., Anderson, S. B., and Fischer, D. W.1990Petroleum geology of the Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir, V. 51, pp. 507-559
Gerhard, L. C., Anderson, S. B., and LeFever, J. A.1987Structural history of the Nesson Anticline, North Dakotain, 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. 337-354
Gerhard, L. C., Anderson, S. B., LeFever, J. A., and Carlson, C. G.1982Geological development and origin of the Williston Basinin, 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, p. 1.North Dakota; South Dakota; Montana; Canada; Williston Basin; origin; history; structures;
Gerhard, L. C., Anderson, S. B., LeFever, J. A., and Carlson, C. G.1985Geologic development, origin, and energy mineral resources of Williston Basin, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 69, pp. 848-849
Gerhard, L. C., Anderson, S. B., LeFever, J. A., and Carlson, C. G.1982Geological development, origin, and energy mineral resources of the Williston Basin, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 63, 31 p.
Gerhard, L. C., Anderson, S. B., LeFever, J. A., and Carlson, C. G.1982Geological development, origin, and energy and mineral resources of Williston Basin, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 66, p. 571
Gerhard, L. C., Anderson, S. B., LeFever, J. A., and Carlson, C. G.1982Geological development, origin, and energy mineral resources of Williston Basin, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 66, pp. 989-1020
Gerhard, L. C., Borchert, R., Fischer, D., and Johnson, R.1988Geology of Glenburn Field, North Dakotain, Goolsby, S. M., and Longman, M. W., eds., Occurrence and petrophysical properties of carbonate reservoirs in the Rocky Mountain region, Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, Denver, CO, pp. 347-356
Gerhard, L. C., Fischer, D., and Stites, B. A.1987Serendipity in petroleum exploration; case study in deep drilling in N. DakotaOil and Gas Journal, V. 85, pp. 93-96
Gerhard, L., Anderson, S., Olea, R., and Roberson, L.1995Western Cold Turkey Creek Field anomaly: A meteorite impact crater - not!,in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 179-185. North Dakota; Williston Basin; western Cold Turkey Creek field; anomaly; meteorite impact craters; astroblemes; stratigraphy; structural geology; seismic interpretation; hypotheses; subsurface analysis; well logs; salt dissolution; illustrations; maps; diagram; sequences; Bowman County; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Gerhard, Lee C.1978Some modern carbonate studies applied to the Williston Basinin Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 35-55, illus.carbonate rocks; carbonate mud; disconformities; algae; origin of carbonates; reefs; banks; strandlines; evaporites; sedimentation
Gerhard, Lee C., and Anderson, Sidney B.1979Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin:Mountain Geologist, v. 16, no. 4, p. 117-130, illus.; reprinted: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 57, 19 p., illus.petroleum; history of development; oil fields; producing horizons; oil and gas industry; production; taxes; regulations; exploration
Gerhard, Lee C., Anderson, Sidney, B., and Berg, James1978Mission Canyon porosity development, Glenburn Field, North Dakota Williston Basinin Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 177-188, illus.Renville County; Bottineau County; oil field; lithology; structure; isopach map; paleoenvironments; porosity; diagenesis
Gerla, P. J.1990Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science82nd annual meeting on Ground water of the Northern Plains, p. 136
Gerla, P. J.1992Hydrological response of a prairie discharge wetland to climate variabilityGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 24, p. 13
Gerla, P. J.1993Pathline to geochemical evolution of ground water in a regional discharge area, Red River Valley, North Dakota (reply)Ground Water, V. 31, pp. 499-502
Gerla, P. J.1990Past and future ground water research in the Northern PlainsProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 44, p. 38
Gerla, P. J., Sahl, B. L., and Mayer, G. G.1994Nitrate impact to a shallow unconfined aquifer in an area of dryland farming:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 57-67.aquifers; effects; Fordville Aquifer; geochemistry; ground water; land use; monitoring; nitrate ion; North Dakota; pollution; water quality; water resources;
Gerla, P. J., and Matheney, R. K.1996Seasonal variability and simulation of groundwater flow in a prairie wetland:Hydrological Processes, v. 10, n. 7, p. 903-920.applications; aquifers; computer programs; data processing; discharge; ground water; hydraulic conductivity; hydrology; MODFLOW; movement; North Dakota; processes; recharge; Red River Valley; runoff; seasonal variations; unsaturated zone; wetlands;
Gerla, P. J., and Sonderman, M. M.1990Use of electrical resistivity soundings to estimate the depth of underground lignite mine workings near Wilton, North DakotaBulletin of the Association of Engineering Geologists, V. 27, No. 3, pp. 355-362
Gerla, P.J., and Aadland, H.1997Geologic and climatic factors contributing to the disastrous 1997 Grand Forks flood:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v.29, n.6, p.146.Cenozoic; climate effects; damage; discharge; floods; geologic hazards; Grand Forks County; Grand Forks; Lake Agassiz; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Red Lake River; Red River; Red River Valley;
Gerlach, T. R., Anderson, N. L., and Forsman, N. F.1995The Newporte Structure: A petroliferous, subsurface impact crater, Renville County, North Dakota,in Hunter, L.D.V., and Schalla, R.A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 187-193. North Dakota; Williston Basin; Newporte Structure; impact crater; Renville County; seismic data; core analyses; Deadwood Formation; drilling history; stratigraphic interpretation; illustrations; maps; seismic line; well log; photographs; Cambrian; Ordovician; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Gerlach, T. R., Forsman, N. F., and Anderson, N. L.1993Evaluation of a possible subsurface astrobleme: the Newporte structure, northwest Renville County, North DakotaManitoba Mining, Minerals, and Petroleum Conference Proceedings, V. 1993
Gerlach, T. R., Forsman, N. F., and Anderson, N. L.1994Evidence for an impact origin of the Newporte Structure, Renville County, North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, n. 7, p. 425.basement; Cambrian; clastic rocks; cores; igneous rocks; impact craters; impact features; marine environment; metamorphic rocks; Newporte Structure; North Dakota; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum; Renville County; sandstone; sedimentary rocks; shallow water environment; Williston Basin;
Gerlach, T.R.1994Evaluation of a possible impact crater: The Newporte Structure, northwestern Renville County, North Dakota:M. S. Thesis. Grand Forks, ND, University of North Dakota, 139 p.
Gibbs, H. J.1948Laboratory tests on foundation materials from the spillway and outlet works of Heart Butte Dam, Heart River Unit-Missouri Basin Project, North Dakota:U. S. Bur. Reclamation, Research and Geol. Div., Earth Materials Lab. Rept. EM-167, 27 p., illus.The results of the laboratory tests are summarized and discussed.
Gibson, R. I.1995Basement tectonics and hydrocarbon production in the Williston Basin; An interpretive overview,in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 3-9.North Dakota; Williston Basin; basement; tectonics; hyrocarbon; production; Nesson anticline; magnetic map; Nesson field; Trans-Hudson; gravity; lineaments; Mississippian; Mission Canyon; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Gidley, James W.1917Notice of a new Paleocene mammal, a possible relative of the Titanotheres:U. S. Nat. Mus., Proc., v. 52, p. 431-435, illus.The specimen, consisting of a few associated fossil teeth and jaw fragments, was collected from Fort Union beds near old Fort Union (Buford), North Dakota. The specimen is described and a new genus, Titanoides, and a new species, Titanoides primaevus, are named.
Giebink, B., Anderson, J., and Lamb, J.,1996Teaming up to protect water quality; The northern cornbelt sand plain MSEA Project,in, Minnesota water '96; Changing patterns of power and responsibility; implications for water policy; collection of conference abstracts: Biennial Conference on Water Resources in Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, Minnesota Water Resources Research Center, v. 5; p. 58-59. 1996. agriculture; atrazine; drinking water; fertilizers; ground water; herbicides; Minnesota; movement; nitrogen; North Dakota; pesticides; pollutants; pollution; protection; soils; South Dakota; triazines; water quality; water yield; Wisconsin;
Gill, D.1982Little Knife CO SUB 2 project ''encouraging''Western Oil Reporter, V. 39, pp. 85-86
Gill, D.1978Williston Basin is latest target of RARE II:Western Oil Reporter, v. 35, no. 3, p. 20-22, illus.petroleum; legislation; wilderness areas; McKenzie County; Billings County; Golden Valley County; Slope County
Gill, J.R., and Cobban, W.A.1973Stratigraphy and geologic history of the Montana Group and equivalent rocks, Montana, Wyoming, and North and South Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 776, 37 p., illus.Cretaceous; Montana Group; ammonites; stratigraphic nomenclature; stratigraphy; geologic history; stratigraphic correlations; cross sections; Pierre Shale; Fox Hills Formation; Hell Creek Formation; sedimentation history; sedimentation rates; paleontology; biostratigraphy
Gill, J.R., and Cobban, W.A.1965Stratigraphy of the Pierre Shale, Valley City and Pembina Mountain areas, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 392-A, p. A1-A20, illus.Pierre Shale; Cretaceous; Barnes County; Cavalier County; Manitoba; stratigraphy; correlations charts; paleontology; Pembina Member; lithology; Gregory Member; DeGrey Member; Odanah Member; reference sections
Gill, J.R., and Cobban, W.A.1961Stratigraphy of lower and middle parts of the Pierre shale, northern Great Plains:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 424-D, p. D185-D191, illus. including geologic map.Pierre Shale; Cretaceous; stratigraphy; geologic history; paleogeographic maps; cross sections; correlation charts
Gill, James R.1955Uranium in carbonaceous rocks, lignite investigations, northwestern South Dakota, southwestern North Dakota and eastern Montana,in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits--Semiannual progress report--December 1, 1954 to May 31, 1955: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-540, p. 153-158, illus. geol. sketch map (scale 1:1,250,000). (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)The uranium bearing lignite deposits are discussed and located on the map.
Gill, James R.1954Uranium in carbonaceous rocks, coal and lignite, northwestern South Dakota, southwestern North Dakota, and eastern Montana, in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits--semiannual progress report--June 1 to November 30, 1954: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-490, p. 149-155, illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:63,360). (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)This is a general report of the uranium content of some shales, sandstones, lignites, and freshwater limestones in southwestern North Dakota.
Gill, James R., and Denson, Norman M.1957Regional synthesis--eastern Montana and the Dakotas,in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits, semiannual progress report for June 1 to November 30, 1957: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-700, p. 160-171, illus. incl. geol. map (scale approx. 1:4,000,000). (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)The report includes discussions of the regional structural setting in relation to the uranium-bearing lignite deposits, paleo-landslides, and the geochemistry of the groundwater from tuffs and uranium occurrences.
Gill, James R., and Denson, Norman M.1957Regional synthesis-eastern Montana and the Dakotas,in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits, semiannual progress report for December 1, 1956 to May 31, 1957: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-690 (book 2), p. 419-425, illus. incl. structure map (scale approx. 1:2,000,000). (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)The progress of the investigations of uranium-bearing lignite deposits is reported. The relation of the regional structure to the occurrence of the uranium deposits is discussed.
Gill, James R., and Denson, Norman M.1956Uranium in carbonaceous rocks, lignite investigations-regional synthesis-eastern Montana and North and South Dakota,in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits, semiannual progress report for December 1, 1955 to May 31, 1956: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-620, p. 235-244, illus. incl. geol. maps (scale 1:156,680). (Report prepared by U. S. Atomic Energy Commission)The late Tertiary structures in the Little Badlands, North Dakota, are discussed in relation to the occurrences of uranium deposits. Geochemical investigations were conducted on lignite and water samples from the area.
Gill, James R., and Denson, Norman M.1956Regional synthesis, eastern Montana and North and South Dakota,in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits, semiannual progress report for June 1 to November 30, 1956: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-640, p. 207-208. (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)The progress of field studies, mapping, and laboratory investigations is reported for the time period indicated.
Gill, James R., and Denson, Norman M.1955Lignite investigations--regional synthesis, eastern Montana and North and South Dakota,in Geologic investigations of radioactive deposits-Semiannual progress report-June 1 to November 30, 1955: U. S. Geol. Survey Rept. TEI-590, p. 233-240, illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:1,250,000). (Report prepared for U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.)The pre-Oligocene erosion surface is mapped and its influence on the accumulation of the uranium ore is discussed. A semiquantitative spectographic analysis of ash from uranium-bearing lignite deposits is included. Structural features in the area are mentioned.
Gill, James R., Schultz, Leonard G., and Tourtelot, Harry A.1960Correlation of units in the lower part of the Pierre Shale, Great Plains region (abstract):Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 71, no. 2, p. 2034.Pierre Shale; Cretaceous; Sharon Springs Member; Mitton Member; correlation; stratigraphy
Gilles, Verner A.1952Notes on the early investigations of the Glendive-Baker or Cedar Creek Anticline,in Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 3d Ann. Field Conf., Black Hills-Williston Basin, Sept. 4-7, 1952: p. 17-30, illus.The stratigraphy and structure of the anticline are included in this discussion of the early investigation and development of the feature. A table of bench marks on the Pierre Shale-Colgate contact is included.
Gilles, Verner A.1951Some inferred relations between Tertiary and Paleozoic folding in the Williston Basin,in Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 2d Ann. Field Conf., Sept. 1951: p. 58-60.The report is a review of the literature concerning the folding of the Fort Union and Lance coal beds.
Gillispie, G. D., and Germain, R. W.1994Subsurface detection and analysis of petroleum contamination without drilling:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 281.detection; penetrometers; petroleum; pollution; soils;
Gilman, Jeffrey A.1975Hydrology of northern Mercer County, North Dakota with emphasis on the Beulah-Zap lignite bed:Stanford University M.S. thesis, 187 p., illus.lignite; aquifers; physiography; Mercer County; structure; stratigraphy; geologic map; geologic history; geomorphology; economic geology; surface water; water quality; groundwater; well data; water levels; water chemistry; groundwater movement; effect of mining
Glasrud, C. A., ed.1982Roy Johnson's Red River Valley; A selection of historical articles first printed in "The Forum from" from 1941 to 1962:Moorhead, MN, Red River Valley Historical Society.See especially chaper on Exploration (II); Red River Valley; early exploration; Major Steven Harriman Long Expedition; 1823; William Hypolitus Keating; David Dale Owen Expedition; 1848; Pope-Woods Expedition; 1849; 49th Parallel Boundary marking; 1870; Glacial Lake Agassiz; Warren Upham;
Gluskoter, H., Mastalerz, M., and Stanton, R.2002The potential for carbon dioxide sequestration in coal beds; new evidence from methane and carbon dioxide adsorption analyses of coals from lignite to anthracite:Geological Society of America with Programs, v. 34, n. 2, p. 37.adsorption; anthracite; carbon dioxide; coal; coal seams; coalbed methane; Great Plains; lignite; natural gas; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; petroleum; Powder River Basin; rank; sedimentary rocks; sequestration; Texas; Wyoming;
Glymph, Louis M., Jr.1951Relation of sedimentation to accelerated erosion in the Missouri River Basin:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, SCS-TP-102, 23 p., illus.reservoir silting; Missouri River Basin; sedimentation rates; watershed management; erosion control
Goebel, D. R.1992Hydrogeologic characterization of a discharge wetland in northeastern Grand Forks County, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 178 p.
Goebel, D. R., Mayer, G. G., and Butler, R. D.1994Nitrate contamination of groundwater; Initial results of the impacts of agricultural chemicals on groundwater in the Northern Great Plains Program:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 76-88.agriculture; Anamoose; aquifers; effects; Elk Valley; Great Plains; ground water; Hazen; irrigation; McHenry County; Mercer County; movement; nitrate ion; North Dakota; pollution; water quality; water resources;
Goebel, Edwin D., and Hilpman, Paul L.1967Devonian-Missippian stratigraphy of western mid-continent area (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 51, no. 9, p. 1901-1902.Williston Basin; Devonian; Mississippian; stratigraphy; geologic history; carbonates
Gohlke, F., and Paine, S.1982Oil: Photographs from the Williston BasinNorth Dakota Humanities Council, Williston, ND, 124 p.
Golder, Charles R., and Smith, C. K.1948Geology of the Garrison Dam, North Dakota (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 59, p. 1325-1326.Some of the geological engineering aspects of the project of constructing a dam using Fort Union sediments are mentioned.
Goldich, Samuel S., Lidiak, E.G., Hedge, C.E., and Walthall, F.G.1966Geochronology of the midcontinent region, United States--[Pt.] 2, Northern area:Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 71, no. 22, p. 5389-5408, illus.Precambrian; geological ages; radiometric ages; North Dakota
Goldstein, R. M.1995Aquatic communities and contaminants in fish from streams of the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota and North Dakota:U. S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 95-4047, 34 p.aquatic environment; arthropods; communities; ecology; fish; fluvial environment; Great Plains; hydrology; insects; invertebrates; Minnesota; mollusks; NAWQA; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; Red River of the North Basin; Red River Valley; rivers; streams; surface water; vertebrates;
Goldstein, R.M., and DeWeese, L.R.1999Comparison of trace element concentrations in tissue of common carp and implications for monitoring:Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 35, n. 5, p. 11330-1140. arsenic; biochemistry; cadmium; Chordata; chromium; copper; ecology; lead; metals; Minnesota; monitoring; nickel; North Dakota; Pisces; pollutants; pollution; quality control; Red River; regression analysis; selenium; statistical analysis; trace elements; Vertebrata; zinc;
Goldstein, R.M., Brigham, M.E., and Stauffer, J.C.1996Comparison of mercury concentrations in liver, muscle, whole bodies, and composites of fish from the Red River of the North:Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, v. 53, n. 2, p. 244-252. Chordata; communities; ecology; mercury; metals; North Dakota; Pisces; pollutants; pollution; processes; Red River of the North; sampling; surface water; toxicity; Vertebrata; water management; water quality; water resources;
Goldstein, R.M., Simon, T.P., Bailey, P.A., Ell, M., Pearson, E., Schmidt, K., and Enblom, J.W.1994Concepts for an index of biotic integrity for streams of the Red River of the North basin,in Seeling, B.D., North Dakota Water quality symposium; Proceedings, p. 169-180.Chordata; classification; communities; ecology; ecosystems; interpretation; Minnesota; North Dakota; Pisces; Red River of the North basin; South Dakota; Vertebrata;
Goldstein, R.M., Simon, T.P., Bailey, P.A., Ell, M., Pearson, E., Schmidt, K., and Enblom, J.W.1994in Seelig, B.C., Fourth biennial North Dakota water quality symposium; Program and abstracts: Biennial North Dakota Water Quality Symposium No. 4, p. 19. Chordata; ecology; hydrology; index of biotic integrity; Minnesota ; North Dakota; Pisces; pollution; Red River; rivers and streams; Vertebrata; water quality;
Goldstein, R.M., Stauffer, J.C., Larson, P.R., and Lorenz, D.L.1996Relation of physical and chemical characteristics of streams to fish communities in the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota and North Dakota, 1993-95:U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 96-4227, 57 p.biota; chemical properties; communities; ecology; fish; geographic information systems; GIS; habitat; hydrology; land use; Minnesota; NAWQA; North Dakota; physical properties; Red River of the North; riparian environment; streams; surface water; USGS; vertebrates; water quality;
Gonzalez, M.1983Preliminary investigation on the influence of microclimates of the evolution of badlands topographyGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 15, p. 260
Gonzalez, M. A.1987Fluvial geomorphology in the Little Missouri Badlands of North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 19, p. 200
Gonzalez, M. A.1987Fluvial and pedogenic chronologies in the Little Missouri Badlands of North Dakota and their implications for Holocene reconstructions in the Northern Great PlainsGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 19, p. 679
Gonzalez, M. A.1996Use of dendrochronology to constrain the time and to determine the cause of fluvial incision in the Little Missouri Badlands of southwestern North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, n. 7, p. 471-472.alluvium; arroyos; Cenozoic; changes; clastic sediments; drainage basins; erosion features; fluvial environment; fluvial features; geochronology; gullies; Holocene; human activity; Little Missouri Badlands; North Dakota; paleoclimatology; Plantae; Populus deltoides; Quaternary; sediments; tree-rings; trees;
Gonzalez, M. A.2000Arroyos: How the West was carved or recent environmental change in the Little Missouri Badlands:NDGS Newsletter, v. 27, n. 2, p. 15-18.North Dakota; arroyos; geomorphology; environmental change; Little Missouri Badlands; Theodore Roosevelt National Park; dendrochronology; channel incision;
Gonzalez, M. A.2001Recent formation of arroyos in the Little Missouri Badlands of southwestern North Dakota:Geomorphology, v. 38, p. 63-84.North Dakota; geomorphology; Little Missouri Badlands; arroyos; erosion; aggradation; badlands; Bear Creek basin; Billings-County; Cenozoic-; Dantz Creek basin; drainage basins; ephemeral streams; erosion features; fluvial features; fluvial sedimentation; geochronology; Great-Plains; Holocene-; human-activity; Jones-Creek-basin; Jules-Creek-basin; land-use; landform-description; landform-evolution; Little-Missouri-Badlands; Little-Missouri-National-Grasslands; Little-Missouri-River-basin; meander-cutoff; meanders-; North-America; North-Dakota; Northern-Great-Plains; Paddock-Creek-basin; Quaternary-; rangelands-; relative-age; sedimentation-; sediments-; southwestern-North-Dakota; stream-sediments; streams-; Talkington-Draw; Theodore-Roosevelt-National-Park; Toms-Wash-basin; tree-rings; United-States; upper-Holocene
Gonzalez, M. A.2001Recent fluvial history and environmental change of some ephemeral streams in the Little Missouri Badlands of southwestern North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 101, 53 p.North Dakota; ephereral streams; Little Missouri Badlands; channel erosion; droughts; sedimentation; arroyos; badlands; Billings County; Cenozoic; climate change; ecology; erosion; erosion features; fluvial features; geomorphology; Golden Valley County; Great Plains; Holocene; human activity; land use; Quaternary; riparian environment; Slope County; streams; tree rings; vegetation; water erosion;
Gonzalez, M. A.2003Continental divides in North Dakota and North America:NDGS Newsletter, v. 30, n. 1, p. 6-12.North Dakota; continental divides; geography; drainage; basins; Northern Divide; Laurentian Divide; Eastern Divide; St. Lawrence Seaway Divide; triple points; closed basins; Appalachians; Atlantic Ocean; Basin and Range Province; Canada; Devils Lake; geomorphology; Great Basin; Great Divide Basin; Great Plains; Gulf of Saint Lawrence; hydrology; Mexico; North Atlantic; Pacific Ocean; Rocky Mountains; watersheds; Wyoming;
Gonzalez, M. A.2003What a long, strange (s)trip(e) it's been!:NDGS Newsletter, v. 30, n. 1, p. 13-15.North Dakota; landscapes; geography; glacial; McHenry County; surface features; ridges; linear; Hogback Ridge; Verendrye; Balfour; subglacially molded topography; drumlins; ice-thrust masses; rapid glacial advance;
Gonzalez, M. A., Burke, R. B., and Diehl, P. E.2003Black gold; The role of the geological survey in the exploration, discovery, and development of oil prospects and their economic implications to North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Educational Series 29 (CD-ROM).North Dakota; North Dakota Geological Survey; NDGS; petroleum; history; oil and gas; industry; economic geology;
Gonzalez, M.A.1997Landforms, stratigraphy, processes and scale relations in arroyos of the Little Missouri Badlands, southwestern North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v.29, n.6, p.371.accretion; archaeology; arroyos; Cenozoic; erosion features; fluvial features; high resolution methods; landforms; Little Missouri Badlands; meanders; models; North Dakota; processes; Quaternary; sediments; terraces;
Gonzalez, M.A.2003What a long, strange (s)trip(e) it's been!:NDGS Newsletter, v. 30, n. 1, p. 13-15. Cenozoic; drumlins; erosion; geomorphology; glacial environment; glacial features; glacial geology; glaciation; Holocene; landscapes; McHenry County; moraines; North Dakota; Quaternary; sedimentation; topography; Velva, North Dakota;
Gonzalez, Mark A.2001Teaching tools; NDGS releases its first traveling education trunk:NDGS Newsletter, v. 28, n. 1, p. 22.North dakota; geological education; resources; teaching; Rendezvous Region; prehistoric life; geology;
Gonzalez, Mark A.2002Field notes from the editor; Of ruminants and ruminations:NDGS Newsletter, v. 29, n. 1, p. 2-4.North Dakota; mapping; field geology;
Gonzalez, Mark A.2002Black Gold: The economics of oil in North Dakota:NDGS Newsletter, v. 29, n. 1, p. 4-8.North Dakota; petroleum geology; crude oil; economic geology; production; consumption; energy; products; natural gas; taxes; revenues; extraction; strategies; horizontal drilling; directional drilling; wells; fields;
Goodin, Maury1953Williston Basin search moves east:Rocky Mountain Oil Reporter, v. 10, no. 3, p. 28-29.The discovery of oil in the Turtle Mountain area of Bottineau County, North Dakota is discussed. A summary of the development of the east side of the basin is presented.
Goodman, L.R.1965Tri-state physiography map, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota:Bismarck, North Dakota, North Dakota Studies, School Book Division, 1 sheet, scale 1:1,750,000.North Dakota; South Dakota; Minnesota; physiographic map; stratigraphic columns
Goodman, Lowell R.1969Elements of a region, The Northern Plains:Minneapolis, Minnesota, OPTO, Inc., 1 sheet, illus. with text.physiographic map; geomorphology; glacial features
Goodwin, M. B., and Johnson, R. E.1995A new skull of the pachycephalosaur Stygimoloch casts doubt on head butting behavior:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 15; 3, Suppl., Pages 32. 1995.anatomy; Archosauria; Chordata; Cretaceous; Diapsida; Hell Creek Formation; Mesozoic; morphology; North Dakota; Pachycephalosauridae; Pachycephalosaurus; phylogeny; Reptilia; skulls; Stygimoloch; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Goodwin, M.B., Buchholtz, E.A., and Johnson, R.E.1998Cranial anatomy and diagnosis of Stygimoloch spinifer (Ornithischia; Pachycephalosauria) with comments on cranial display structures in agonistic behavior:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 18, n. 2, p. 363-375.agonistic behavior; anatomy; Archosauria; behavior; Chordata; craniums; Cretaceous; Diapsida; dinosaurs; Hell Creek Formation; Maestrichtian; Marmarth, North Dakota; Mesozoic; morphology; North Dakota; Ornithischia; Pachycephalosauria; paleoecology; Reptilia; Senonian; skulls; Slope County; Stygimoloch spinifer; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Goolsby, D. A., Severson, R. C., Wilson, S. A., and Webber, K.1989Geochemistry of soils and shallow ground water, with emphasis on arsenic and seleniumin, part of the Garrison Diversion Unit, North Dakota, 1985-87, US Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 89-4104, 132 p.Dickey County; soils;
Gordon, I. R.1995Stratigraphy and structure of an early Mississippian Waulsortian bioherm in the Lodgepole Formation, Dickinson Field, North Daktota (abstract),in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 449. North Dakota; Williston Basin; Waulsortian; bioherm; Logepole Formation; Dickinson Field; carbonates; porosity; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Gorham, E., Dean, W. E., and Sanger, J. E.1982The chemical composition of lakes in the North-Central United StatesUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 82-0149, 70 p.
Gorham, E., Dean, W. E., and Sanger, J. E.1983The chemical composition of lakes in the north-central United StatesLimnology and Oceanography, V. 28, pp. 287-301
Gorrell, H.A., and Alderman, G.R.1968Elk Point Group saline basins of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, Canada, in Saline deposits, a symposium based on papers from the International conference on Saline Deposits, Houston, Texas, 1962: Geological Society of America Special Papers 88, p. 291-317, illus.Elk Point salt beds; Devonian; stratigraphy; well logs; structural geology; salt solution; cross sections; depositional environments; geologic history; economic geology; Williston Basin
Gosnold, W. D., Jr.1990The record of climate change in borehole temperatures in the Mid-continental United StatesGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 22, p. 354
Gosnold, W. D., Jr.1984Geothermal resources in the Williston Basin; North DakotaTransactions - Geothermal Resources Council, V. 8, pp. 431-436
Gosnold, W. D., Jr.1983Detection of underground lignite mines by gravity surveysNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1983, p. 31
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., and Bauer, M.1990The climate record in bore hole temperatures in the north central United StatesEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 71, p. 1597
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., and Fischer, D. W.1985Heatflow and geothermal studies in the Great PlainsInterstate Oil Compact Commission Committee Bulletin, V. 27, p. 174
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., and Fischer, D. W.1986Heat flow in sedimentary basinsin, Burrus, J., ed., Thermal Modeling in Sedimentary Basins, 1st Institut Francais Du Petrole Exploration Research Conference
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., and Sweeney, J. J.1992Heat flow in the Williston BasinEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 73, p. 322
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., Cron, J., Lambrecht, J., Pederson, C., Solheim, J., and Wetzel, M.1989Comparison of thermal profiles and thermal history models for the Anadarko, Big Horn, Denver, Michigan and Williston basinsProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 43, p. 47
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., Huang, Yue-C., and Anderson, D.1987Thermal parameters in analysis of continental basinsGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 19, p. 680
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., LeFever, R. D., and Crashel, J. J.1989Thermal history of Bakken Shale in Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 73, p. 1491
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., LeFever, R. D., Chu, M., Crashell, J. J., and Brekke, J.1990Stratabound geothermal resources in the northern Great PlainsTransactions - Geothermal Resources Council, V. 14, pp. 675-681
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., Quinn, C. F., and Luther, M. R.1983Detection of underground lignite mines by gravity surveys, Final report to Public Service CommissionBulletin Mining and Mineral Resources Research Institute, No. 83-10-MMRRI-01, 68 p.
Gosnold, W. D., Jr., Quinn, C. F., Luther, M. R., and Garza, L.1984Detection of underground lignite mines by gravity surveysin, Schloesser, L. L., Anderson, G. S., Safaya, N. M., and Thompson, D. J., eds., Science Reviews Ltd., Northwood, Middlesex, U.K., pp. 101-116
Gosnold, W.D. Jr.1999Estimating flood recurrence: Climate and the geologic record:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p.49-52.North Dakota; floods; land use; climate change; recurrence;
Gosnold, W.D., and Schmidt, W.L.1997Borehole temperature profiles show warming of North America:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 51, p. 196.North Dakota; Professional Communications; boreholes; temperature profiles; global warming; climate change; midcontinent; transect; Great Plains; Pierre Shale; Eagle Ford Shale; Cretaceous; Texas; Tertiary; Ground Surface Temperature; GST; histories;
Gosnold, W.D., Jr.1999Stratabound geothermal resources in North Dakota and South Dakota:Natural Resources Research, v. 8, n. 3, Pages 177-192.advection; geothermal energy; Great Plains; ground water; heat flow; metal ores; mineral exploration; mineral resources; mineralization; North Dakota; South Dakota; stratabound deposits;
Gosnold, W.D., Jr., LeFever, R.D., Boss, S.K., and Hartman, J.H.1998Flood frequency on the Red River of the north; Can it be predicted?:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 30, n. 7, p. 169.climate; drainage basins; floods; frequency; geologic hazards; history; hydrology; Manitoba; Minnesota; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; paleohydrology; patterns; prediction; atmospheric precipitation; Red River of the North; temperature; Western Canada;
Gosnold, William D., Jr.1999The 1997 Grand Forks flood may be a precursor of larger floods during the next century:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 435.climate; floods; future; gauging; geologic hazards; Grand Forks County; North Dakota; history; hydrology; models; rainfall; temperature;
Gott, G. B., Wyant, D. G., and Beroni, E. P.1952Uranium in black shales, lignites, and limestones in the United States:U. S. Geol. Survey Circ. 220, p. 31-35.The Paleocene and Eocene lignites in the Dakotas, Montana, and Wyoming are described as uranium-bearing deposits.
Gott, G.B., and Witkind, I.J.1979Measured lignite sections in northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 79-1513, 1 sheet.lignite; stratigraphy
Gough, L. P., and Severson, R. C.1981Element concentrations in rehabilitation species from thirteen coal-stripmines in five western states and AlaskaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 81-0182, 118 p.
Gough, L. P., Peard, J. L., Severson, R. C., Jackson, L. L., Arbogast, B. F., Motooka, J. M., Snow, S. W., Engleman, E. E., and Bennett, J. P.1985Baseline elemental-composition of selected plants and soils, and assessment of airborne element contamination, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North DakotaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 85-0251, 50 p.
Gough, L. P., Severson, R. C., and Jackson, L. L.1990Cooperative studies by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. National Park Service in environmental biogeochemistryUS Geological Survey Circular C1033, pp. 53-55
Gough, Larry P., Mc Neal, James M., and Severson, Ronald C.1978Availability of elements in soils to native plants, northern Great Plains--assessment of new data,in Geochemical survey of the western energy regions, fifth annual progress report, July 1978: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 78-1105, p. 126-143.geochemistry; soils; plants; soil-plant relations; biogeochemistry
Gourley, P.1974Determination of thermal conductivity of rock chip samples by the dividing bar method (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 28, pt. 1, p. 8.geothermal heat flow; western North Dakota; geophysics; shale; limestone; conductivity
Gray, Jane, and Sohma, Kankichi1964Fossil Pachysandra from western America with a comparative study of pollen in Pachysandra and Sarcococca:American Journal of Science, v. 262, no. 10, p.1159-1197, illus.paleobotany; Tertiary; pollen; modern; Asia; America; taxonomy; morphology; distribution; fossil pollen; western U.S.; Fort Union Formation; North Dakota; South Dakota; Wyoming
Grayston, L. D., Sherwin, D. F., and Allan, J. F.1961The Devonian Elk Point Group (abstract):Oilweek, v. 12, no. 29, p. 25.Elk Point Group; Devonian; Elk Point Basin; Winnipegosis Formation
Great Northern Railway Company, Mineral Research and Development Department1958Williston Basin clays, North Dakota and Montana:Great Northern Railway Co. Mineral Research and Devel. Dept. Rept., no. 5, 23 p., illus. incl. geol. sketch map.The report is the result of a survey of the clay deposits in the Williston basin as a possible source of alumina. It includes the analyses of promising deposits.
Great Northern Railway Company, Mineral Research and Development Department1958aFuller's earth deposit, Pembina Mountains, North Dakota:Great Northern Railway Co. Mineral Research and Devel. Dept. Rept., no. 6, 18 p., illus.A reconnaissance survey of the area was conducted to determine industrial possibilities of the Fuller's earth deposits.
Great Northern Railway Company, Mineral Research and Development Department1955Salt in the Williston Basin:Great Northern Railway Co., Mineral Reasearch and DeveL Dept. Rept., no. 3, 16 p.; revised, 1959: Great Northern Railway Co., Mineral Research and Devel. Dept. Rept., no. 7, 6 p. with app. A-M incl. isopach maps and sections.The report is a discussion of the occurrence and geology of the sodium chloride and potash bearing salt deposits along the Great Northern Railway in North Dakota and Manitoba.
Great Northern Railway Company, Mineral Research and Development Department1955Great Northern Railway Company lignite drilling program, Williston Basin, North Dakota and Montana:Great Northern Railway Co. Mineral Research and Devel. Dept. Rept., no. 1, 4 p. with app. A-U incl. sketch maps.Two areas in Williams County, North Dakota are included in the study. Each area is described, stripping ratios for various beds are shown on the maps, cross sections through important locations are presented, and the tonnage is calculated.
Great Northern Railway, Mineral Research and Development Department1962Industrial complex potential (revised) Williston-Tioga Area, North Dakota:Report 18, 19 p., illus.Williston Basin; lignite; petroleum; natural gas; salts; potash; water; clays; sulphur; sodium sulfate; leonardite; natural resources
Great Northern Railway, Mineral Research and Development Department1961Potash occurrences in the Williston Basin:Report 15, 11. p., illus.Williston Basin; potash; geology; isopach map; prairie evaporite; Devonian; mineralogy; well data; production; economics; utilization; mineral resources
Green, A. G., Weber, W., and Hajnal, Z.1985Evolution of Proterozoic terrains beneath the Williston BasinGeology, V. 13, pp. 624-628
Greene, John C., and Burke, John G.1978The science of minerals in the age of Jefferson:American Philosophical Society Transactions, v. 68, pt. 4, 113 p.history; surveys; mineralogy; Mandan, ND
Greenlee, Arthur L.1942The geology of the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota and Manitoba:Boulder, Colo., Univ. of Colorado, M. A. Thesis (unpub.), 49 p., illus.; abs., 1942: Colorado Univ. Studies Gen. ser. A, v. 27, no. 1, Colorado Univ. Bull., v. 42, no. 17, p.31.The report includes a discussion of the geologic formations between the Pierre Shale and the glacial drift. Two water bearing horizons, coal and manganese deposits, and the possible structures for the accumulation of oil are described. Well logs from the area are listed and interpreted.
Greenlee, Arthur L.1957North Dakota geology:North Dakota Water and Sewage Works Conference Official Bulletin, v. 24, nos. 9 & 10, p. 2-3, 7.aquifers; glacial aquifers; groundwater resources; water properties; groundwater movement
Greenwood, D. A., Carroll, J. A., and Howard, D. W.1995Early 3-D seismic exploration for Winnipegosis pinnacle reefs in the U. S. Williston Basin,in, Ray, R. R., Sonnenberg, S., Wilson, M., Zinke, S., Longman, M., Holm, M., and Crouch, M., eds., High-definition seismic; 2-D, 2-D swath, and 3-D case histories: Denver, CO, Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, p. 161-175.Alvstad Reef; costs; Devonian; drilling; formation evaluation; geophysical surveys; Mountrail County; North Dakota; Paleozoic; petroleum; petroleum exploration; pinnacle reefs; reefs; reservoir rocks; sedimentary rocks; seismic surveys; three dimensional methods; Williston Basin; Winnipegosis Formation;
Greenwood, L., Heck, T.J., Biek, R.F., and Bluemle, J.P.1996Bibliography of the geology of North Dakota; 1980-1993:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series no. 83, 370 p.areal geology; bibliography; North Dakota;
Grenda, J. C.1992Tylerocaris hollandi n. gen., n. sp., (Malacostraca:Tealliocarididae) from the Tyler Formation (Pennsylvanian) of North Dakotain, Erickson, J. M., and Hoganson, J. W., eds., Proceedings of the F. D. Holland Jr., Geological Symposium, North Dakota Geological Survey, Bismarck, ND, pp. 193-198
Grenda, James C.1978Paleozoology of oil well cores from the Tyler Formation (Pennsylvanian) in North Dakota, U.S.A.,in Williston Basin symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 249-260, illus.Tyler Formation; thickness; lithology; sedimentary structures; paleontology; paleogeologic map; paleoecology; species list; depositional environment
Grenda, James C.1977Paleozoology of cores from the Tyler Formation (Pennsylvania) in North Dakota, U.S.A. (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 338 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1978, v. 38, no. 11, p. 5250B.CTyler Formation; Pennsylvanian; paleoecology; paleontology; Billings county; Golden Valley County; McKenzie County; Slope County; Stark County; drill cores; conodonts; Brachiopoda; Mollusca; Bivalvia; Ostracoda; biostratigraphy; fossilization; new taxa
Grew, P.C., and Hansen, C.2002The Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission; a partnership involving geoscientists and policy makers:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, n. 6, p. 73. education; history; industry; Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission; natural gas; petroleum; policy; Governor John Hoeven; North Dakota;
Gries, John P.1954Cretaceous rocks of Williston Basin [North and South Dakota and Montana]:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 38, no. 4, p. 443-453, illus. incl. geol. map (scale, approx. 1:10,000,000).The correlation of the Cretaceous sediments in the basin is reviewed and the known oil and gas showings are summarized. Possible areas for further investigation of the Cretaceous sandstones are indicated.
Gries, John P.1952Williston Basin area defined:Oil, v. 11, no. 12, p. 38-39, illus.The geological and geographical definitions of the Williston or Dakota basin are presented. The basin includes parts of North and South Dakota, Montana, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
Gries, John P.1952Stratigraphic possibilities of the Dakota side of the Williston Basin:Tulsa Geol. Soc. Digest v. 20, p. 56-64, illus.The paper is a review of the surface geology, the structure, the Paleozoic stratigraphy, and the history of subsurface investigations in the Williston basin in North and South Dakota.
Gries, John P.1952History of exploration in Williston Basin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Canada (abs.):Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 36, no. 5, p.964.This is an abstract of a report that deals with the highlights in the development of exploration in the Williston basin area.
Gries, John P.1948Exploration in the Dakota Basin:World Oil, v. 128, p. 121-122, 124, 126, illus.The history of exploration is reviewed, specific areas of exploration are outlined, and unexplored possibilities are presented for the Williston basin in North and South Dakota.
Grieve, R.A.G., Therriault, A.M., and Kreis, L.K.1998Impact structures of the Western Sedimentary Basin of North America; New discoveries and Hydrocarbon resources,in Christopher, J.E., Gilboy, C.F., Paterson, D.F., and Bend, S.L., eds., Eighth International Williston Basin Symposium: Saskatchewan Geological Society Special Publication 13, Saskatchewan Geological Society, Regina, Saskatchewan, p. 189-201.North Dakota; Red Wing Creek; Canada; impact craters; metamorphism; Mexico; petroleum; reservoir rocks; Saskatchewan; shock metamorphism; structural traps;
Griffin, D. M., Skarie, R. L., Maianu, A., and Richardson, J. L.1985Effects of prolonged lagoon leakage on agricultural landJournal of Civil Engineering, V. 4, pp. 797-806
Grimm, E. C.1995Recent palynological studies from lakes in the Dakotas:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 3, p. 54.Cenozoic; climate; depositional environment; forests; glacial environment; glacial features; grasslands; Holocene; humidity; kettles; lacustrine environment; levels; microfossils; North Dakota; palynomorphs; Pleistocene; pollen; Quaternary; South Dakota; temperature; vegetation;
Grimm, E.C., and Clark, J.S.1998Holocene vegetation and climate change in the Northern Great Plains; Evidence from pollen and charcoal studies:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 30, n. 7, p. 250.Amaranthaceae; Ambrosia; Angiospermae; Artemisia; Beaver Lake; biomass; Cenozoic; charcoal; Chenopodiaceae; climate change; Coniferales; Cottonwood Lake; Dicotyledoneae; glacial environments; grasslands; Gymnospermae; Holocene; human activity; lacustrine environments; miospores; Moon Lake; Nebraska; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; paleoclimatology; paleohydrology; paleolimnology; paleotemperature; palynomorphs; Picea; Plantae; Pleistocene; pollen; Quaternary; Quercus; Rice Lake; seasonal variations; South Dakota; Spermatophyta; Ulmus; vegetation;
Grisak, G. E., Cherry, J. A., Vonhof, J. A., And Bluemle, J. P.1976Hydrogeologic and hydrochemical properties of fractured till in the interior plains regionin Legget, Robert R., ed., Glacial till, an inter-disciplinary study: Royal Society of Canada Special Publications 12, p. 304-335, illus. (With discussion by J. T. Teller, D. M. Cruden, and J. A. Westgate.)surficial geology; sedimentary petrology; Pleistocene; till; clastic sediments; properties; hydrogeology; hydrochemical properties; porosity; groundwater; fractures; hydraulic fracturing; geochemistry; genesis; eastern North Dakota
Groenewold, G. H.1989University of North Dakota Energy and Mineral Research Center, a key element in economic development and higher education in North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 43, p. 34
Groenewold, G. H.1980Geologic and hydrogeologic conditions affecting land use in the Bismarck-Mandan areaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 70, 42 p.
Groenewold, G. H.1979Active and proposed lignite mines and related consuming facilities in western North Dakota (revised):North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 20, scale 1:1,000,000.lignite; deposits; mines; utilization; production
Groenewold, G. H.1977Active and proposed lignite mines and related consuming facilities in western North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 20, scale 1:1,000,000.lignite; deposits; mines; utilization; production
Groenewold, G. H., and Daly, D.1983Hydrogeologic and hydrogeochemical considerations in the design of thermoelectric solid waste disposal sites in surface minesProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 37, p. 33
Groenewold, G. H., and Koob, R. D.1983Evaluation of the physical hydrology and hydrochemistry of active and proposed surface-mine sites and spoils in western North DakotaGround Water Monitoring Review, V. 3, p. 152
Groenewold, G. H., and Winczewski, L. M.1977Probable causes of surface instability in contoured strip-mine spoils--western North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, Abstracts, v. 31, pt. 1, p. 10: paper, 1978: North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, Papers, v. 31, pt. 2, p. 160-167, illus.Indian Head Mine; Mercer County; reclamation; slumping; piping; water flow; collapse features
Groenewold, G. H., Koob, R. D., McCarthy, G. J., Rehm, B. W., and Peterson, W. M.1983Geological and geochemical controls of the chemical evolution of subsurface water in undisturbed and surface-mined landscapes in western North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 79, 276 p.
Groenewold, G. H., Moran, S. R., and Anderson, C. A.1975Potential impact of large-scale strip mining on groundwater supplies in western North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 29, pt. 1, p. 11.water levels; water quality; water wells; environmental geology; groundwater
Groenewold, G. H., Murphy, E. C., and Koob, R. D.1986Development of a Hydrogeological and Hydrogeochemical Data Base for Abandoned Lands--Phase IIUND Engineering Experiment Station Bulletin, No. 86-02-MMRRI-01, 100 p.
Groenewold, G. H., Murphy, E. C., Koob, R. D., and Schmit, C. R.1983Hydrogeological and Hydrogeochemical Data Base for Abandoned Surface-Mined Lands, Phase IUND Engineering Experiment Station Bulletin, No. 83-10-MMRRI-01, 282 p.
Groenewold, G. H., Rehm, B. W., and Cherry, J. A.1981Depositional setting and groundwater quality in coal-bearing sediments and spoils in western North DakotaSociety of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication, pp. 157-167
Groenewold, G., Hemish, L., Daly, D. J., and Schmit, C.1986Coal-based stratigraphy for upper Fort Union Group (Paleocene), west-central North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 70, p. 1041
Groenewold, G.H., Steadman, E.N., and Luther, M.R.1999Basinwide flood control: The Waffle:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p. 47-48.Flood of 1997; dams; levees; North Dakota; mitigation; Energy and Environmental Research Center (EERC); waffle method; Red River Water Management Consrotium (RRWMC); North Dakota;
Groenewold, Gerald H.1972bApplied geology of the Bismarck-Mandan areas, North Dakota (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 59 p., illus. including geologic maps, scale 1:24,000); abstract;Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1973, v. 33, no. 9, p. 4339B.Burliegh County; Bismarck; Morton County; Mandan; geology; natural resources; sand; gravel; clay; water resources; groundwater; aquifers; Cretaceous; Pleistocene; land use; engineering geology; waste disposal; sewage; landfills; test wells; well logs
Groenewold, Gerald H.1972aApplied geology in the Bismarck area, North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 5, p. 323.Burleigh County; geology; engineering; geology; land use
Groenewold, Gerald H.1971Concretions and nodules in the Hell Creek Formation, southwestern North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 84 p., illus.Hell Creek Formation; Cretaceous; concretions; Slope County; Bowman County; stratigraphy; mineralogy; classification; clay mineralogy; genetic models
Groenewold, Gerald H., and Karner, F. R.1969Preliminary classification of concretions and nodules in the Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation, North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 23, pt. 1, p. 9; paper, 1970: North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 23, pt. 2, p. 64-73, illus.concretions; Cretaceous; Hell Creek Formation; sedimentary structures
Groenewold, Gerald H., Hemish, L. A., Cherry, J. A., Rehm, B. W., Meyer, G. N., and Winczewski, L. M.1979Geology and geohydrology of the Knife River Basin and adjacent areas of west-central North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 64, 402 p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:500,000.Mercer County; Oliver County; Dunn County; Stark County; Morton County; McLean County; geology; stratigraphy; lignites; nomenclature for lignites; geologic history; structural geology; geomorphology; hydrogeology; hydrogeochemistry; lignite; aquifers; chemical analyses; groundwater flow; strip mining; spoils; water quality; test-hole data; well logs; geologic map; cross sections
Groenewold, Joanne V.1979Lexicon of bedrock stratigraphic names of North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 205 p., illus.stratigraphic nomenclature; history; Cambrian; Ordovician; Silurian; Devonian; Mississippian; Pennsylvanian; Permian; Triassic; Jurassic; Cretaceous; Tertiary; bibliographies; type sections; geologic history
Groenwold, G. H., Moran, S. R., and Hemish, L. A.1975Applications of geology to strip-mine reclamation (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 29, pt. 1, p. 11.lithology; groundwater movement; land reclamation
Gronhovd, G. H.1973Utilization research,in 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. 75-80.lignite; uses; coal gasification; carbonization; synthetic liquid fuels
Gronhovd, G. H., and Kube, W. R.1975Coal development in North Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming,in Fuels; a geological appraisal: Saskatchewan Geological Society Special Publication 2, p. 11-46, illus. including geologic sketch map.lignite; reserves; chemical properties; physical properties; sulphur; coal mining; production; mineral ownership; utilization; power plants; coal gasification; reclamation; legal aspects; water supply
Gronhovd, Gordon, H., and Kube, Wayne R.1974Technology and use of lignite, proceedings, Bureau of Mines-University of North Dakota Symposium, Grand Forks, North Dakota, May 9-10, 1973:U.S. Bureau of Mines Information Circular 8650, 262 p., illus. (SuDoc no. I28.27:8650)lignite; mining; technology; utilization; engineering
Grossman, I. G.1968Origin of the sodium sulfate deposits of the northern Great Plains of Canada and the United States:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 600-B, p. B104-B109, illus.prairie evaporite; Devonian; sodium sulfate; groundwater movement; drainage patterns; preglacial drainage; lake deposits; paleohydrologic cycle; northwestern North Dakota
Grossman, Irving G.1950Geomorphology of the interior saline basins of western North Dakota (Summary):N. Dak. Acad. Sci. Proc., v. 3, p. 14-15.Two hypotheses on the origin of the surficial salt deposits in western North Dakota are presented. Both are related to the geomorphology of the area.
Grossman, Irving G.1949The sodium sulphate deposits of western North Dakota. A progress report:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 1, 66 p., illus. incl. geol. maps (scale 1:48,000).The various deposits are described including brine analyses and the geology and origin of the deposits in saline lakes in western North Dakota.
Grossman, Irving G.1949Geology of the sodium sulphate deposits of North Dakota (abs.):N. Dak. Acad. Sci. Proc., v. 2, p. 22.The possible origins of the sulphate radical in the sodium sulphate deposits in northwestern North Dakota are discussed. The deposits are described.
Grover, P. W.1995Stratigraphic analysis of a recent discovery in the Mississippian Lodgepole Limestone of the Williston Basin, North Dakota:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, v. 4, p. 35-36.Bakken Formation; carbonate rocks; Carboniferous; cement; correlation; cycles; Dickinson Field; fractures; limestone; Lodgepole Formation; Mississippian; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Paleozoic; petroleum; porosity; production; progradation; sedimentary rocks; Stark County; stratigraphy; thermal maturity; wackestone; wells; Williston Basin;
Grover, P. W.1996Stratigraphy and diagenesis of the Mississippian Lodgepole Limestone, Williston Basin, North Dakota:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, v. 5, p. 57-58.Bakken Formation; carbonate rocks; Carboniferous; correlation; diagenesis; Dickinson Field; dolomitization; limestone; Lodgepole Formation; migration; mineral composition; Mississippian; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Paleozoic; petroleum; secondary structures; sedimentary rocks; sedimentary structures; stylolites; Williston Basin;
Grover, P. W.1996Stratigraphy and diagenesis of the Mississippian Bakken Shale-Lodgepole Limestone sequence, Williston Basin, North Dakota.Doctoral dissertation. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University, 168 p.Bakken Formation; biogenic structures; bioturbation; Carboniferous; cement; clastic rocks; concretions; cores; correlation; cuttings; diagenesis; drilling; horizontal drilling; Lodgepole Formation; micritization; migration; mineral composition; Mississippian; mudstone; North Dakota; overgrowths; Paleozoic; petroleum; progradation; reefs; secondary structures; sedimentary rocks; sedimentary structures; shale; silicification; solution; stratigraphic wedges; stylolites; transgression; well logs; wells; Williston Basin;
Grover, P. W., and Tieh, T. T.1995Mound nucleation and fracture porosity within the Mississippian Lodgepole Limestone, Williston Basin, North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 6, p. 443.Bakken Formation; biogenic structures; bioherms; burial diagenesis; carbonate rocks; Carboniferous; clastic rocks; diagenesis; Dickinson Field; dolomitization; fractures; limestone; Lodgepole Formation; Mississippian; mud mounds; naturally fractured reservoirs; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Paleozoic; permeability; petroleum; porosity; reservoir rocks; sedimentary rocks; sedimentary structures; shale; Stark County; thermal maturity; Williston Basin;
Gruber, Diane L., and Bickel, David1972Ostracoda from the Tongue River Formation (Paleocene), Ward County, North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 26, pt. 1, p. 8; paper, 1973: North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 26, pt. 2, p. 21-27, illus.Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; Ward County; Ostracods; paleontology; Tertiary
Gruner, John W., and Smith, Deane K., Jr.1955Progress report no. 10 for period April 1 to October 1, 1955:U. S. Atomic Energy Comm. Tech. Inf. Service Rept. RME-3125, 19p.The report contains observations made in the field, an outline of hypothesis concerning concentration of uranium in sedimentary rocks, and the identification of the uranium minerals in Colorado, Wyoming, and western South and North Dakota.
Gruner, John W., Smith, Deane K., Jr., and Knox, James A.1956Annual report for April 1, 1955 to March 31, 1956, pt. 2:U. S. Atomic Energy Comm. Tech. Inf. Service Rept. RME-3137 (Pt. 2), 24 p.The report contains the results of two studies: "Mineral determinations in uranium deposits and prospects in Wyoming, northwestern Colorado and western South and North Dakota," and "Minerals identified from properties in Wyoming, northern Colorado, North Dakota, and South Dakota." The second study contains lists of the minerals by county.
Grunseth, Arland C.1955Foraminifera of the Niobrara Formation of northeastern North Dakota:Compass, v. 32, no. 2, p. 120-132, illus.; reprinted, 1955: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 28, p. 120-132, illus.The report presents the results of a preliminary study of the foraminifera of the Niobrara Formation along the Pembina River in Cavalier County.
Grunwald, Claus, Iverson, L.R., and Szafoni, D.B.1995Abandoned mines in Illinois and North Dakota; toward an understanding of revegetation problems,in, Cairns, J. Jr., ed., Rehabilitating damaged ecosystems: Boca Raton, FL, Lewis Publishers, p. 385-411.abandoned mines; case studies; environmental analysis; fertilizers; human activity; Illinois-; Longwall mining district; mines; moisture; North Dakota; pH; pore water; reclamation; revegetation; salinity; soils; textures; water quality;
Guenthner, R. S.1991Methods for estimating monthly mean concentrations of selected water-quality constituents for stream sites in the Red River of the North basin, North Dakota and MinnesotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 91-4086, 113 p., 1 Sheet
Guenthner, R. S.1993Simulated effects of the proposed Garrison Diversion Unit on streamflow and dissolved solids in the Sheyenne River and the Red River of the North, North Dakota and Minnesota:U. S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations, 1 sheet.channels; data processing; digital simulation; dissolved materials; drainage basins; Garrison Diversion Unit; geochemistry; Great Plains; hydrochemistry; hydrologic maps; hydrology; impact statements; maps; Minnesota; North Dakota; Red River of the North; Red River Valley; rivers; Sheyenne River; solid-phase; streamflow; streams; surface water; waterways;
Guenthner, R. S., Weigel, J. F., and Emerson, D. G.1990Gauged and estimated monthly streamflow during 1931-84 for selected sites in the Red River of the North basin in North Dakota and MinnesotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 90-4167, 230 p., 1 Sheet
Gundersen, L. C. S., Schumann, R. R., and White, S. W.1993The USGS/EPA state radon potential assessments; an introductionUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 93-0292-H, pp. 1-35
Gustavson, Thomas C.1964Glacial geology of eastern Sheridan County, North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 105 p., illus. including glacial geologic map, scale 1:63,360.Sheridan County; glacial geology; geologic map; Missouri Coteau; glacial landforms; geomorphology; glacial features; glacial deposits; bedrock topography; stratigraphy; lithology; Cannonball Formation; paleontology; glacial history; economic geology; water resources
Gutmann, Myron P.2000Scaling and demographic issues in global change research; The Great Plains, 1880-1990,in, Harvey, L. D. Danny, ed., Upscaling in global change research: Dordrecht, Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 377-391.agriculture; Cenozoic; climate change; Colorado; environmental analysis; environmental effects; global change; Great Plains; Holocene; human activity; Kansas; land use; meteorology; Montana; Nebraska; New Mexico; North Dakota; Oklahoma; Quaternary; regional; scale factor; soils; South Dakota; statistical analysis; Texas; weather; Wyoming;
Guy, W. J., Jr.1987Dobson Butte Field, Williston Basin, Stark County, North Dakota; nontypical oil productionAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 71, p. 562
Guy, W. J., Jr., and Braden, K. W.1986Petroleum exploration of Winnipegosis Formation in north-central North Dakota (Williston Basin)American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 70, p. 1042
Guy, William L1970Review of oil activities in North Dakota during 1969:Western Oil Reporter, v. 27, no. 4, p. 38, illus.petroleum; drilling; production
Gwynn, T. A.1975Coal and the environment in the western United States,in Energy resources of Montana: Montana Geological Society 22nd annual publication, p. 103-112.lignite; reserves; environmental legislation; rehabilitation regulations; Colorado; Montana; New Mexico; North Dakota; South Dakota; Washington; Wyoming
Gwynn, T. A.1973Environmental implications of developing our coal reserves,in Some environmental aspects of strip mining in North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Educational series 5, p. 87-107.energy; demand; lignite; coal development; environment; reclamation; legislation; costs
Gwynn, Thomas A.1965Reclaiming strip-mined lands in North Dakota by establishing game-management areas (abstract),in Lignite today and tomorrow, 1965 symposium subject: Coal Age, v. 70, no. 6, p. 107, 109.lignite; mining; land reclamation; revegetation
Gwynn, Thomas A.1964The Cedar Creek Anticline--43 yeas of history and development 1921 to 1964,in Williston Basin Symposium 3d International, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1964, Proceedings: Billings Geological Society, p. 192-199, illus.Cedar Creek Anticline; history; structural geology; stratigraphy; reservoirs; oil; gas; Cedar Creek Gas Field; production; reserves