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Haas, H., Fisher, D. W., Thorstenson, D. C., and Weeks, E. P.1983SUP 13 CO SUB 2 and SUP 14 CO SUB 2 measurements on soil atmosphere sampled in the western Great Plains of the USRadiocarbon, V. 25, pp. 301-314
Hadley, Herbert D.1951The well that opened a new petroleum provincein Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 2d Ann. Field Conf., Sept. 7-9, 1951: p. 62-63, illus.The geology of the Amerada Petroleum Corporation Iverson No. 1, the discovery well in the Williston basin, is discussed.
Hadley, Herbert D., and Smith, George W.1952Developments in Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota in 1951:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, Bull., v. 36, no. 6, p. 1014-1022, illus.The drilling activity, production statistics, exploration activity, and historical background of the petroleum production in the area are summarized in the report.
Hadley, Herbert D., and Smith, George W.1953Developments in Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota in 1952:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, Bull., v. 37, no. 6, p. 1233-1240, illus.The drilling activity, production statistics, exploration activity, and historical background of the petroleum production in the area are summarized. The first production in Bottineau County is reported.
Hadley, Herbert D., Lewis, Paul J., and Larsen, Roger B.1952Catalog of formation names for Williston Basin and adjacent areas,in Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 3d Ann. Field Conf., Black Hills-Williston Basin, Sept. 4-7, 1952: p. 132-143; revised (and Doroshenko, Jerry), 1953, in Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 4th Ann. Field Conf., Little Rocky Mtns.-Montana, southwestern Saskatchewan, Sept. 10-12, 1953: p. 170-182; revised, 1954, in Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 5th Ann. Field Conf., Pryor Mtns.-northern Bighorn Basin, Montana, Sept. 9-11, 1954: p. 140-158.The distribution, type locality, original describer, gross lithology, and remarks are included for each name.
Haffield, N. D.1981Statistical summaries of streamflow and water-quality data for streams of western North Dakota, 1977-80US Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 81-1066, 82 p.
Hagemann, H. W., and Hollerbach, A.1986The fluorescence behavior of crude oils with respect to their thermal maturation and degradationOrganic Geochemistry, V. 10, pp. 473-480
Hagmaier, J. Ladd1970Surface morphology of the Little Missouri Badlands, North Dakota:Compass, v. 47, no. 3, p. 141-146, illus.geomorphology; badlands.
Hague, Arnold1893The Great Plains of the North,in Emmons, S. F., Geological guide book of the Rocky Mountain Excursion: Internat. Geol. Cong., 5th, Washington 1891, Comptes rendus, p. 319-322.A general sketch of the Great Plains from Jamestown, North Dakota to the base of the Rocky Mountains along the route of the Northern Pacific Railway is presented.
Hague, Arnold1893From Jamestown to Livingston,in Emmons, S. F., Geological guide book of the Rocky Mountain Excursion: Internat. Geol. Cong., 5th,Washington 1891, Comptes rendus, p. 322-325.The geologic itinerary along the Northern Pacific Railway route between Jamestown, North Dakota and Livingston, Montana is described.
Haid, J. H., Nisbet, E. G., and Fowler, C. M. R.1992Tectonic subsidence of the Williston BasinEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 73, p. 321
Hainer, John L.1956The geology of North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 31, 46 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:2,500,000).The report includes sections on the local physiographic forms and their history, the subsurface geology, the stratigraphic column, the geologic history, and the mineral resources of the state.
Haines, G. I., Jr.1958Uraniferous lignite deposits of southwestern North Dakota:U.S. Atomic Energy Commission technical Memorandum DBO-1-TM-9, 21 p., illus.lignite; uranium; Williston Basin; Billings County; stratigraphy; Tertiary; Paleocene; Fort Union Formation; ore deposits; mineralogy; analyses; texture; ore localization; characteristics; origin of uranium; reserves; production
Haire, Scott A., Hanks, H..Douglas, Tremain, Emily S., Knauss, Georgia E., Lyson, Tyler R.,2001Fossil insect damage on Paleocene leaves from Wannagan Creek, ND:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs v. 33, n. 6, p. 197.Arthropoda; Bullion Creek Formation; Cenozoic; Chordata; Insecta; Invertebrata; leaves; Mandibulata; North Dakota; nutrients; Paleocene; paleoecology; Paleogene; Plantae; preservation; Tertiary; Vertebrata; Wannagan Creek;
Halbertsma, Henk L.1976Stratigraphy of Mississippian Charles Formation, Williston Basin, north-central North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 60, no. 8, p. 1398.Charles Formation; cyclic; deposition; cross sections; cores
Halbertsma, Henk L., and Staplin, Frank L.1960The Mississippian-Pennsylvanian boundary from the Peace River area to the Williston Basin:Alberta Society of Petroleum Geologists Journal, v. 8, no. 12, p. 363-373, illus.Williston Basin; Mississippian; Pennsylvanian; stratigraphic nomenclature; stratigraphic correlations; Alberta; Montana; paleontology
Hall, Charles M.1904A brief history of Glacial Lake Agassiz:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 2d Bienn. Rept., p. 27-30.The paper discusses the topography and geologic history of glacial Lake Agassiz.
Hall, Charles M.1904The rivers and drainage of southeastern North Dakota:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 2d Bienn. Rept., p. 30-35, illus.The Red River of the North, the Sheyenne, Wild Rice, Buffalo, and Maple Rivers are the major rivers in the area. The glaciers and the formation of Lake Agassiz influenced the drainage development of these rivers.
Hall, Charles M.1902Official state map and preliminary geologic and economic map of North Dakota:Fargo, N. Dak., Agricultural College Survey of North Dakota, colored map (scale 1:1,000,000).The western part of the state and the Turtle Mountains are mapped as "Laramie" clays and shales, the eastern part is mapped as glacial drift over Cretaceous or "Montana" formation and Lake Agassiz deposits. The Dakota Artesian Basin is outlined.
Hall, Charles M., and Willard, D. E.1905Description of the Casselton and Fargo quadrangles N. Dak.-Minn.:U. S. Geol. Survey Geol. Atlas, Folio 117, 7 p. illus. incl. geol. maps (scale 1:125,000).The folio includes a description of the geography, general geology, economic geology, and water supply of the quadrangles. The maps include topographic, areal geology, and artesian water maps. Well logs and records are also included.
Hall, Gary O.1958The stratigraphy and geologic history of the Cannonball Formation (Paleocene):Grand Forks, N. D., North Dakota, Univ., M.S. Thesis (unpub.), 64 p., illus. incl. geol. maps (scale 1:126,720 and 1:1,000,000).In addition to the detailed discussion of the stratigraphy of the Cannonball Formation; the structure, paleontology, environment of deposition, and historical geology are discussed. A detailed geologic map of the formation in Oliver, McLean, Burleigh, and Emmons Counties is included. The appendix includes descriptions of the measured sections.
Hall, John W.1969Notes on fossil Salviniacae:Taxon, v. 18, no. 6, p. 735.Golden Valley Formation; Eocene; paleontology
Hall, L. A., and Kuzniar, R. K.1984Water-resources investigations in North Dakota; fiscal year 1984US Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 84-0429, 50 p.
Hallberg, G. R., and Kemmis, T. J.1986Stratigraphy and correlation of the glacial deposits of the Des Moines and James lobes and adjacent areas in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and IowaQuaternary Science Reviews, V. 5, pp. 65-69
Halvorson, D. L.1983A history of applied geology in North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 37, p. 19
Halvorson, Don L., and Karner, Frank R.1977Geologic framework of the Red River Valley:Geology Department, University of North Dakota (report prepared for the American Society for Engineering Education 1977 Annual Meeting, Grand Forks, North Dakota) 18 p., illus.glacial Lake Agassiz; glacial history; beaches; deltas; drainage patterns; eskers; sloughs; glacial deposits; lithology; Precambrian; Canadian Shield; bedrock; stratigraphy; soils
Hamilton, Thomas M.1970bGroundwater flow in part of the Little Missouri River Basin, North Dakota (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 179 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1971, v. 31, no. 9, p. 5460B.groundwater movement; Little Missouri River; streamflow; seepage; hydrogeology; well data; groundwater resources
Hamilton, Thomas M.1970aChannel-scarp formation in western North Dakotain Geological Survey research 1970, Chapter C: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 700-C, p. C229-C232, illus.Little Missouri River channel; channel erosion; channel morphology; fluvial sediment; erosion; piping
Hamilton, Thomas M.1967bRecent fluvial geology in western North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 99 p., illus.fluvial sediments; Billings County; McKenzie County; Mountrail County; Little Missouri River Basin; channel erosion; channel morphology; alluvium
Hamilton, Thomas M.1967aLate-Recent alluvium in western North Dakotain Glacial geology of the Missouri Coteau--Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene Field Conference, 1967, Guidebook: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 30, p. 151-158, illus.Recent; alluvium; Jones creek; radiocarbon dates; Billings County; gully erosion; stratigraphy; climatic changes; geomorphology
Hamilton, W. B.1988Laramide crustal shorteningGeological Society of America Memoir, V. 171, pp. 27-39
Hamke, J.R., Marchant, L.C., and Cupps, C.Q.1966Oilfields in the Williston Basin in Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota:U.S. Bureau of Mines Bulletin 629, 487 p., illus.Williston Basin; oil fields; geology; stratigraphy; structural geology; exploration; drilling; oil wells; production; oil reservoirs; oil analyses
Hammen, J. L., and Gerla, P. J.1994A geographic information systems approach to wellhead protection:Water Resources Bulletin, v. 30, n. 5, p. 833-839.aquifer vulnerability; aquifers; decontamination; DRASTIC; drinking water; geographic information systems; GIS; Grand Forks County; ground water; mathematical methods; models; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; Red River Valley; spatial data; variations; water management; water supply; water table; wellhead protection;
Hammen, J., and Gerla, P.1993Devising a wellhead protection strategy using geographic information systems technologyAmerican Water Resources Association, Mobile, Alabama
Hammen, J., and Hatch-Butler, K.1997Indoor radon pollution in Grand Forks, North Dakota:Association of American Geographers 93rd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Division; Abstracts, p.102-103.concentration; discharge; Grand Forks County; ground water; noble gases; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; radon; safety; soils; urban environments;
Hammer D A; Burckhard D L2002Low temperatures effects on pollutant removals at Minot's wetland,in Mander, U., and Jenssen, P., eds., Natural wetlands for wastewater treatment in cold climates: Advances in Ecological Sciences, v. 12, p. 1-7. climate; constructed wetlands; design; ecology; environmental management; low temperature; Minot, North Dakota; mitigation; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; remediation; temperature; Ward County; waste water; water treatment; wetlands;
Hammer, D. A., and Burckhard, D. L.2002Low temperatures effects on pollutant removals at Minot's wetland:in Mander, U., and Jenssen, P., eds., Natural wetlands for wastewater treatment in cold climates: Advances in Ecological Sciences n. 12, Southampton, United Kingdom. Witt Press, p. 1-7. climate; constructed wetlands; design; ecology; environmental management; low temperature; Minot; mitigation; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; remediation; temperature; Ward County; waste water; water treatment; wetlands;
Han, Yue1995STELLA-based simulation of oxygen and carbon isotopic behavior of lake systems.Master's thesis. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, 165 p.applications; Asia; carbon; carbonates; China; Coldwater Lake; computer programs; data processing; Great Lakes; hydrology; isotope ratios; isotopes; lacustrine environment; Lake Superior; Lake Titicaca; mass balance; North Dakota; O-18/ O-16; oxygen; Peru; Qinghai Lake; simulation; South America; stable isotopes; STELLA; surface water;
Hancock, Eugene T.1921The New Salem Lignite Field, Morton County, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 726-A, 39 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:126,720).The Tertiary Fort Union and Lance "Formations" are described. The physical and chemical properties of the lignite beds are discussed. The lignite beds in each township are described in detail.
Hanks H Douglas; Lyson, T.R., Tremain, E.S., Roberts, J.E., Erickson, B.R., and Haire, S.A.2002A new occurrence of vertebrate trackways from the late Paleocene (Bullion Creek Formation) of Wannagan Creek, North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, n. 6, p. 424. Bullion Creek Formation; Cenozoic; Chordata; clastic rocks; Crocodylomorpha; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; sandstone; sedimentary rocks; Sentinel Butte Formation; Tertiary; thickness; tracks; Vertebrata; Wannagan Creek; Wannagan Creek Quarry;
Hanks, H.D.1999How to reconstruct an uncastable fossil specimen; fabricating a mount of the alligatorid Wannaganosuchus:Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma, 49 p.Alligators; Alligator mississippiensis; Archosauria; Cenozoic; Chordata; Crocodilia; Crocodylidae; Diapsida; Eusuchia; fossil preparation; models; North Dakota; paleontology; Paleocene; Paleogene; reconstruction; Reptilia; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Tongue River Formation; Vertebrata; Wannagan Creek Quarry; Wannaganosuchus brachymanus;
Hanks, H.D., Haire, S.A., Knauss, G.E., Tremain, E.S., Lyson, T.R., and Kokes, J.2001A Plaeocene classroom in the grasslands of North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 33, n. 6, p. 123.bedding plane irregularities; Bullion Creek Formation; Cenozoic; college level education; faunal studies; field studies; floral studies; Fossil Lake Wannagan; high school; ichnofossils; K-12 education; national grasslands; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; public lands; ripple marks; sedimentary structures; Tertiary; tracks; trails; Wannagan Creek;
Hanneman, D.L., and Wideman, C.J.2006Calcic pedocomplexes - Regional sequence boundary indicators in Teriary deposits of the Great Plains and western United States:Geological Society of America Special Paper 416, p. 1-15.
Hansen, Alan R.1959Stratigraphic analysis of the Mississippian Mission Canyon formation, Williston Basin:Salt Lake City, Utah, Univ., Ph.D. Dissert. (unpub.), 95 p.; abstract published: Dissert. Abs., v. 20, no. 3, p. 992.The sedimentary history of the Williston basin is reviewed. The results of isopach and lithofacies studies of Mississippian strata are discussed.
Hansen, Alan R.1972Petroleum and natural gas: The Williston Basin,in Geologic Atlas of the Rocky Mountain region: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, Denver, Colorado, p. 265-269, map.Williston Basin; exploration; history; geologic history; oil and gas; oil reservoirs; structure contour maps
Hansen, Alan R.1966Reef trends of Mississippian Ratcliffe zone, northeast Montana and northwest North Dakota:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 50, no. 10, p. 2260-2268, illus.Williston Basin; Mississippian; Ratcliffe beds; Charles Formation; oil fields; structure; stratigraphy; algal reefs; tectonics
Hansen, Alan R.1965Reef trends of Mississippian Ratcliffe zone, northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 49, no. 9, p. 1571.Mississippian; algal reefs; oil production
Hansen, Alan R., and Trout, Kye1963Developments in Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota in 1962:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 47, no. 6, p. 1117-1125, illus.oil and gas; production; exploration; drilling; oil fields; oil wells
Hansen, Alan, and George, Robert S.1964Developments in Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota in 1963:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 48, no. 6, p. 958-964, illus.oil and gas production; new oil fields
Hansen, Dan E.1959North Dakota has rapid Mesozoic facies changes:World Oil, v. 149, no. 7, p. 93-97, illus.; reprinted, 1959: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 34, illus.The article is a modified and condensed version of a paper presented at the Second Williston Basin Symposium (See Hansen, Dan E., 1958.)
Hansen, Dan E.1958The Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary in North Dakota,in North Dakota Geological Society and Saskatchewan Geological Society, Second Williston Basin Symposium, Regina, Saskatchewan, April 23-25, 1958: p. 47-54, illus.The subsurface stratigraphic section is studied resulting in a new interpretation of the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary. The illustrations include isopach, paleogeological, paleolithologic, and structure maps.
Hansen, Dan E.1957Structure map on top of Fuson:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Map no. 4, scale 1:1,000,000.The Fuson, a sand and shale unit in the Dakota Group, is used as the datum plane for the subsurface structure map.
Hansen, Dan E.1955A preliminary correlation of Lower Cretaceous sediments in North Dakota:Compass, v. 32, no. 2, p. 109-119, illus.; reprinted, 1955: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 28, p. 109-119, illus.Subsurface lithologic study, stratigraphic position, electric logs, and gamma ray logs are used to correlate the Lower Cretaceous Lakota, Fuson, Fall River, Skull Creek, Newcastle-Mowry, Belle Fourche, and Greenhorn Formations.
Hansen, Dan E.1955Subsurface correlations of the Cretaceous Greenhorn-Lakota interval in North Dakota--a study in facies:Grand Forks, N. D., North Dakota, Univ., M.S. Thesis (unpub.), 86 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:2,500,000).The thesis is published as North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 29. (See Hansen, Dan E., 1955b). The thesis text includes, in addition, tables of the well log data used.
Hansen, Dan E.1955Subsurface correlations of the Cretaceous Greenhorn-Lakota interval in North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 29, 46 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale approx. 1:3,168,000).The stratigraphy and sedimentation of each formation included in the interval are discussed.
Hansen, Dan E.1967Geology and ground water resources, Divide County, North Dakota--Part 1, Geology:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 45 (North Dakota Water Commission County Ground Water Studies 6), 90 p., illus. including geologic map, scale, 1:126,720.Divide County; geologic map; landform map; bedrock topographic map; stratigraphy; Paleozoic; Mesozoic; Cretaceous; Cenozoic; structural geology; glacial geology; glacial drift; glacial till; paleontology; glacial history; glacial features; economic geology; salts; petroleum; lignite; sodium sulfate
Hansen, Dan E.1964Other minerals,in The mineral resources of North Dakota: Grand Forks, University of North Dakota General Extension Division, p. 109-127, illus. including geologic map.germanium; uranium; sulfur; peat; gold; manganese; surface geologic map of southwestern North Dakota
Hansen, Dan E., and Kume, Jack1970Geology and ground water resources of Grand Forks County--Part 1, Geology:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 53 (North Dakota Water Commission County Ground Water Study 13), 76 p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:126,720.Grand Forks County; geologic map; bedrock topographic map; bedrock geologic map; drainage patterns (geologic); cross sections; geomorphology; stratigraphy; Precambrian; Ordovician; Jurassic; Cretaceous; paleontology; preglacial drainage; glacial stratigraphy; glacial drift; glacial till; glacial history; glacial features; glacial Lake Agassiz; Holocene deposits; economic geology; sand and gravel; water; petroleum; cement rock; limestone; clay
Hansen, M. W., Kirk, C. L., Byrd, W. J., Lukas, J. R., and Barrie, K. A.1980Bibliography of theses and dissertations on Idaho and North Dakota, 1968-1980The Mountain Geologist, V. 17, pp. 108-124
Hansen, Miller1959Clays of North Dakota as a potential source of alumina:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 33, 15 p., illus. geol. map (scale 1:1,000,000).The clay deposits were studied to determine if a deposit rich in alumina existed. The geology of the deposits is presented and the results of the study are discussed. A section on the chemical analysis of clay for alumina content is included. A list of sample locations and analyses is also included. The geologic map is of the western portion of the state.
Hansen, Miller1958A summary of the Pleistocene and recent history of the Devils Lake area,in Friends of the Pleistocene Midwestern Section Guidebook 9th Ann. Field Conf., East-Central North Dakota, 1958: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 10, p. 80-84.This summary includes discussions of the last glaciation in the area, the origin and early history of Devils Lake, recorded history of levels of the lake and the proposed reclamation project for the area.
Hansen, Miller1957Structure map on Pre-Cambrian [N. Dak.]:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Map no. 5, scale 1:1,000,000.A contour interval of 1,000 feet is used on the map.
Hansen, Miller1956Geomagnetic survey of the Tioga area, North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 21, 1 sheet, map scale 1:63,360.The results of the survey are presented on the geomagnetic map of parts of Williams, Mountrail, and Burke Counties. A brief discussion of field procedure and the results is included.
Hansen, Miller1954Structural interpretations in southwestern North Dakota,in N. Dak. Geol. Soc., Guidebook southwestern North Dakota field conference, June 25-27, 1954: p. 16-17.The known surface structures and structural trends are presented by a review of certain geologic mapping projects.
Hansen, Miller1956Geologic map of North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Map no. 2, scale 1:1,000,000.Ten pre-glacial formations are illustrated on the map. The major glacial features are shown on a separate map.
Hansen, Miller1953Geomagnetic survey [of portions of] Benson and Ramsey Counties North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 9, 1 sheet, map scale 1:126,720.The geomagnetic map of the area is presented and the results of the survey are discussed.
Hansen, Miller1953Geologic report on limestone deposits in Stark County and Hettinger County, North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 8, 57 p., illus. incl. geol. maps (scales 1:4,800, 1:14,400, and 1:20,000); reprinted, 1958.The White River limestone deposits from seven buttes in southwestern North Dakota were mapped sampled, described, and analyzed in search of deposits for the manufacture of cement.
Hansen, Miller1952Preliminary report of recent work on Oligocene White River deposits of North Dakota (abs.):N. Dak. Acad. Sci Proc. v. 6, p. 53-54.The area of the study includes Colgrove Butte and Bull Butte in Hettinger County, Lefor Buttes in Stark County and some fossils from Black Butte in Hettinger County.
Hansen, Miller1952Preliminary geologic map of North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Map no. 1, scale 1:1,000,000.The surface geology of the state is illustrated on the map. An index map and the bibliographic sources used in compiling the map are included on the map.
Hansen, Miller1964bA review of sodium sulphate deposits in North Dakotain The mineral resources of North Dakota: Grand Forks, University of North Dakota General Extension Eivision, p. 80-86, illus.sodium sulphate; Divide County; Ward County; Ramsey County; Glauber's salt; Mountrail County
Hansen, Miller1964aLignite in North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 23, 5 p., illus.lignite; reserves; Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; production
Hansen, Miller1960bRegional gravity map of northwestern North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 35, 1 sheet (scale 1:62,500); with text.Divide County; Burke County; Williams County; structural geology; methodology; mapping; gravity studies
Hansen, Miller1960aMagnetic map,in Oil fields in the Burke County area, North Dakota--Geological, magnetic, and engineering studies: North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 36, p. 26-27, illus.map (observed vertical magnetic intensity); Burke County; magnetic studies
Hansen, W. B.1992Horizontal Bakken production; clues to a fractured source-rock reservoir, Williston Basin, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting Abstracts, V. 1992, p. 51
Hansen, W. B., and Long, G. I. W.1991Criteria for horizontal and vertical prospect generation in the Bakken Formation, Montana and North Dakotain, Hansen, W. B., ed., 1991 Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, pp. 151-163
Hansen, W. B., and Long, G. I. W.1991Bakken production and potential in the U. S. and Canada; can the fairway be defined?in, Hansen, W. B., ed., 1991 Guidebook to geology and horizontal drilling of the Bakken Formation, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, pp. 69-88
Hansen, W. B., and Long, G. I. W.1990Introduction to the Bakken Formation, U. S. and Canada (or how far does the fairway fly?)in, Hansen, W. B., ed., Bakken Formation short course; study notes No.1, Montana Geological Society, Billings, MT, pp. 19-20
Hansen, W. B., and Long, G. I. W.1990Criteria for horizontal and vertical prospect generation in the Bakken Formation, Williston Basin, Montana and North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, p. 1326
Hanshaw, Bruce B., Busby, John, and Lee, Roger1978Geochemical aspects of the Madison aquifer system,in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 385-389, illus.Madison Limestone; groundwater; geochemistry; depositional environments; lithology; groundwater movement; water chemistry
Hanson, Bernold M.1955Geology of the Elkhorn Ranch area, Billings and Golden Valley Counties, North Dakota:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no 18, 1 sheet, illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:126,720).The surface structure is mapped and discussed. The stratigraphy of the area consists of the Tongue River Formation, the Sentinel Butte "Member," and some Miocene (?) surface gravels and boulders. The stratigraphy is discussed and some problems of correlation are mentioned.
Hanson, D.1992The role of the Federal government in the management of fossil resourcesProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 46, p. 8
Hanson, Ken1966The occurrence of damped oscillatory transients in the earth's magnetotelluric field:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 19, p. 83-90, illus.earth currents; telluric currents; magnetometry
Haraldson, Harald C.1953A geomagnetic survey of parts of Pierce, Benson, Sheridan and Wells Counties:Grand Forks, N. D., North Dakota, Univ., M.S. Thesis (unpub.),58 p., illus.The lithology and relief of the basement rocks of the area were studied by using the cuttings and cores of the rocks and by mapping their polarization with a vertical magnetometer. A basement surface contour map was constructed.
Haraldson, Harald C.1953Geomagnetic survey of part of the east edge of Williston Basin:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 10, 1 sheet, illus. geomagnetic map (scale 1:126,720); text only, revised, 1953: N. Dak. Acad. Sci. Proc. 1953, v. 7, p. 48-53.The area surveyed includes parts of Pierce, Benson, Wells, and Sheridan Counties. The surface, subsurface and basement geology, and the geologic interpretation of the survey are discussed.
Haraldson, Harald C.1952Mammuthus Primigenius? a Proboscidean find in North Dakota:N. Dak. Acad. Sci. Proc. 1952, v. 6, p. 58-59.This is a preliminary report of some mammoth remains found in McKenzie County.
Hard, Herbert A.1929Geology and water resources of the Edgeley and LaMoure Quadrangles of North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 801, 90 p., illus. incl. geol. maps (scale 1:125,000).The area of the report includes most of Dickey County, two-thirds of LaMoure County, and small portions of Ransom and Sargent Counties. The surficial Cretaceous and Quaternary geology is mapped and discussed. The water resources, artesian conditions, and natural gas possibilities are also discussed. Artesian well records are included.
Hard, Herbert A.1912A system of eskers and kames in eastern Barnes County, North Dakota:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 6th Bienn. Rept. [1911-1912], p. 39-43, illus. incl. geol. sketch map (scale 1:126,720).The eskers and kames are mapped and described. Their origin and economic value are discussed.
Hard, Herbert A.1923Artesian wells of North Dakota:N. Dak. Flood Control Comm. 2d Bienn. Rept., 75 p., illus.The results of an investigation to determine the cause of decline and loss in the artesian wells of the state are reported. The artesian wells in Dickey and LaMoure Counties are described and the report of natural gas in artesian wells of LaMoure, Stutsman, and Dickey Counties is discussed.
Hard, Herbert A.1912Object of a soil and geological survey:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 6th Bienn. Rept. [1911-1912], p. 8-16.The benefits derived by the farmer and business man from soil and geologic surveys are discussed. The laws of North Dakota governing such surveys are cited.
Hard, Herbert A.1910Notes on the water supply of Morton, Burleigh and Kidder Counties, N. D.:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 5th Bienn. Rept., p. 18-33, illus.The wells and surface water supply were studied for irrigation possibilities. The records of typical wells in each county are presented.
Hares, C. J.1928Geology and lignite resources of the Marmarth Field, southwestern North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 775, 110 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:126,720).The area includes parts of Slope, Bowman, Golden Valley, and Billings Counties. The geography stratigraphy, structure, and economic geology of the area are discussed. The lignite beds are described in detail by townships.
Harington, C. R., and Ashworth, A. C.1986A mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) tooth from late Wisconsin deposits near Embden, North Dakota, and comments on the distribution of woolly mammoths south of the Wisconsin ice SheetsCanadian Journal of Earth Sciences, V. 23, pp. 909-918
Harkness, R.E., Haffield, N.D., Berkas, W.R., Norbeck, S.W., and Strobel, M.L.1996Water resources data for North Dakota, water year 1995:U.S. Geological Survey Annual Water Data Report, Oct. 1, 1994-Sept. 30, 1995. NTIS order number PB96-193610NEG, 556 p.discharge; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrology; levels; limnology; Missouri River; North Dakota; pollution; Red River; streamflow; surface water; temperature; water quality; water resources;
Harkness, R.E., Wiche, G.J., and Emerson, D.G.1998Displaying real-time hydrologic data on the Internet during the 1997 flood in the Red River of the North basin, North Dakotain, Babcock, C.A., and Mathey, S.B., eds., U.S. Geological Survey National Computer Technology Meeting; Abstracts and Program: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-280, p. 4.atmospheric precipitation; computer networks; data acquisition; data management; data processing; decision making; discharge; floods; geologic hazards; hydrographs; hydrology; information management; Internet; North Dakota; Red River of the North Basin; surface water; USGS;
Harksen, J.C.1978Geophysical and lithologic logs for 1977 coal drilling in Wibaux County, Montana and Golden Valley County, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 78-251, 185 p., illus.well logs; lignite
Harr, J.L., and Ting, F.T.C.1977Modern and Paleocene Metasequoias; a comparison of foliage morphology,in Romans, R.C., ed., Geobotany: New York, Plenum Press, p. 109-131, illus.Paleocene; Fort Union Group; silicified peat; Williston Basin; Morton County; McKenzie County; Billings County; Bowman County; Stark County; Oliver County; paleobotany; fossil localities
Harrell, J. W., Jr., and Saeed, M.1980The effect of moisture on phosphorus diffusion in coal mine spoilsSoil Science, V. 129, pp. 261-265
Harrer, C.M.1961bMineral resources and their potential on Indian Lands--Turtle Mountain Reservation, Rolette County, North Dakota:U.S. Bureau of Mines Preliminary Report 140, 17 p., illus.Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation; geography; geology; mineral resources; sand and gravel; clay deposits; oil and gas; well data; water resources; analyses of clay deposits
Harrer, C.M.1961aMineral resources and their potential on Indian Lands--Fort Berthold Reservation, Dunn, McKenzie, McLean, Mercer, and Mountrail Counties, North Dakota:U.S. Bureau of Mines Preliminary Report 142, 204 p., illus.Fort Berthold Indian Reservation; geography; topography; geology; geologic map; stratigraphy; economic geology; petroleum; mineral resources; natural gas; lignite; salt deposits; gravel and sand deposits; clinker (scoria) deposits; water resources; clay deposits; mineral industry; lignite reserves; well data; measured sections; analysis of clay samples
Harrer, J., and Hoth, C.1995Characterization of a riparian wetland, Renwick Reservoir, Pembina County, ND:Bachelor's. Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota, 193 p.characterization; gauging; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrology; North Dakota; nutrients; Pembina County; pressuremeters; Renwick Reservoir; reservoirs; runoff; sediments; Tongue River; wetlands;
Harrington, G.J.2003Structure of the North American vegetation gradient during the late Paleocene early Eocene warm climate:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, n. 6, p. 588. arctic environment; Arctic region; biodiversity; biogeography; biomes; Canada; Cenozoic; endemic taxa; Eocene; greenhouse effect; Gulf Coastal Plain; microfossils; miospores; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoclimatology; paleoecology; Paleogene; paleotemperature; palynomorphs; pollen; spores; subtropical environment; temperate environment; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; tropical environment; vegetation; Western Interior; Wyoming;
Harrington, G.J., Kelly, D. C., Nowak, M.D., and Wing, S.L.2002A possible terrestrial record of the initial Eocene thermal maximum in North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, n. 6, p. 462. Alamo Bluff Lignite; Angiospermae; Bear Den Member; Bighorn Basin; Camels Butte Member; Cenozoic; clastic rocks; clay minerals; coal; depositional environment; Dicotyledoneae; Eocene; fluvial environment; Golden Valley Formation; Intratriporopollenites instructus; kaolinite; leaves; lignite; lower Eocene; microfossils; miospores; mudstone; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; palynomorphs; pedogenesis; Plantae; Platycarya; pollen; Powder River Basin; sedimentary rocks; shale; sheet silicates; silicates; soils; Spermatophyta; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Wyoming;
Harrington, L. C.1937Mineral resources report to Governor and 25th Legislative Assembly State of North Dakota, January 4, 1937:N. Dak. State Planning Board, Mineral Resources Comm. Rept., mineo., 37 p., illus.The mineral resources in the report include lignite, clay, sodium sulfate or Glauber's salt, building stone, sand and gravel, natural gas and oil, and gold. The report indicates that Benson County is the most likely site of oil in the state. The gold was discovered in crops of turkeys raised near Denbigh, North Dakota.
Harris, K. L.1996Late Wisconsin "Des Moines Lobe" (Red River Lobe) recessional deposits in the southern Red River valley, northwestern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, n. 6, p. 43.Cenozoic; databases; data processing; Des Moines Lobe; glacial features; glacial geology; glacial lakes; Lake Agassiz; lakes; lithostratigraphy; Minnesota; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Red River Valley; South Dakota; Wisconsinan;
Harris, Edward1846On the geology of the Upper Missouri:Philadelphia, Acad. Nat. Sci., Proc.v.2, p.234-238.This report, in the form of a letter to a committee of the Academy, contains observations of the strata along the Missouri River from its mouth to the mouth of the Yellowstone. Mention is made of burning coal seams, red pumice and its possible origin, and the "concretations" at the mouth of the Cannonball River. (For the committee's report on the red pumice see Rogers, Henry D., Morton, S. G., and Johnson, Walter R., 1846.)
Harris, K. L.1988Computer-assisted stratigraphy of glacial sediment in eastern North Dakota and northwestern MinnesotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 20, pp. 346-347
Harris, K. L.1987Quaternary Geology of the Grand Forks-Red Lake Falls area, North Dakota-MinnesotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Open File Report OF-87-1, p. 20
Harris, K. L.1987Surface geology of the Sheyenne River map areaNorth Dakota Geological Survey, Atlas Series, No. 15-A1, 1 Sheet, 1:250,000
Harris, K. L.1980Geothermal resources in North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1980, p. 10
Harris, K. L.1987Computer assisted glacial stratigraphyNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1987, p. 13
Harris, K. L.1987Documentation for the data formats and programs used for computer assisted glacial stratigraphy at the North Dakota Geological SurveyNorth Dakota Geological Survey Open File Report OF-87-2, 20 p.
Harris, K. L., and Luther, M. R.1991Surface Geology of the Goose River Map AreaNorth Dakota Geological Survey, Atlas Map Series, No. 14-A1, 1 Sheet, 1:250,000
Harris, K. L., Anderson, S. B., Umphrey, H. R., Howell, F. L., Winczewski, L. M., and Gaugler, B. A.1981Geothermal resources of North DakotaNOAA for the U. S. Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, 1 Sheet, 1:500,000
Harris, K. L., Howell, F. L., Winczewski, L. M., and Wartman, B. L.1982Geothermal resources of North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 66, p. 578
Harris, K. L., Howell, F. L., Winczewski, L. M., Wartman, B. L., Umphrey, H. R., and Anderson, S. B.1981An evaluation of the hydrothermal resources of North DakotaState coupled geothermal resources assessment meeting, Glenwood Springs, CO, pp. 238-246
Harris, K. L., Luther, M. R., Benson, S. A., and Lusardi, B. A.1994Pleistocene lithostratigraphy and morphostratigraphy in the southern Red River valley, northwestern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota:Program and Abstracts of the American Quaternary Association Thirteenth biennial meeting, v. 13, p. 216.Cenozoic; clastic sediments; glacial features; lacustrine environment; lithofacies; lithostratigraphy; mapping; Minnesota; morphostratigraphy; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Red River Valley; sediments; till;
Harris, K. L., Winczewski, L. M., and Umphrey, H. R.1982Computer management of geologic and petroleum data at the North Dakota Geological SurveyNorth Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 74, 34 p.
Harris, K. L., Winczewski, L. M., Umphrey, H. R., and Anderson, S. B.1980An evaluation of the geothermal resources of North Dakotain, Resource assessment/commercialization planning meeting, U. S. Department of Energy, Division of Geothermal Energy, Salt Lake City, Utah, pp. 129-135
Harris, K., Luther, M., and Reid, J.1996Quaternary Geology of Southern lake Agssiz Basin:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 82, 165 p., (Guidebook for the 43rd Annual midwest Friends of the Pleistocene meeting).
Harris, K.L.1998Computer-assisted lithostratigraphyin, Patterson, C.J., and Wright, H.E., Jr., eds., Contributions to Quaternary studies in Minnesota: St. Paul, MN, Minnesota Geological Survey Report of Investigations 49, p. 179-192.boreholes; cartography; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; computer programs; cores; correlation; data processing; Lake Agassiz; lithostratigraphy; Minnesota; North Dakota; outcrops; Pleistocene; QBASE; Quaternary; Red River Valley; sediments; till; TILSRCH; Wisconsinan;
Harris, K.L., West, S., and Tipping, R.1998Geologic setting of the Buffalo Aquifer; A buried tunnel valley of the Red River Lobein, Patterson, C.J., and Wright, H.E., Jr., eds., Contributions to Quaternary studies in Minnesota: St. Paul, MN, Minnesota Geological Survey Report of Investigation, p. 103-112.Buffalo Aquifer; buried valleys; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; Clay County, Minnesota; deglaciation; discharge; glacial geology; glaciation; gravel; ice marginal features; Lake Agassiz; meltwater; Minnesota; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Red River Lobe; sand; sediments; tunnel valleys; Wilkin County, Minnesota; Wisconsinan;
Harris, Kenneth L, Moran, Stephen R., and Clayton, Lee1974Late Quaternary stratigraphic nomenclature, Red River Valley, North Dakota and Minnesota:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 52, 47 p., illus.Quaternary; stratigraphy; Lake Agassiz; Pleistocene
Harris, Kenneth L., Salomon, Nena L., Moran, Stephen R., and Clayton, Lee1972Glacial stratigraphy and Late Pleistocene history of the upper Midwest (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 7, p. 528.Pleistocene; stratigraphy; glacial; Red River Valley
Harris, R.N., and Gosnold, W.D.1999Comparisons of borehole temperature-depth profiles and surface air temperatures in the northern plains of the USA:Geophysical Journal International, v. 138, n. 2, p. 541-548.air; boreholes; Cenozoic; climate; Cretaceous; depth; geothermal gradient; global change; global warming; heat flow; Holocene; Mesozoic; Nebraska; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; Pierre Shale; Quaternary; temperature;
Harris, Steven H.1958Rocky Ridge pool, Billings County, North Dakota,in North Dakota Geological Society and Saskatchewan Geological Society, Second Williston Basin Symposium, Regina, Saskatchewan, April 23-25, 1958: p. 40-46, illus.The development, production, stratigraphy, interpretative sedimentology, and petrography are discussed for this field which produces from a lower Pennsylvanian sandstone lens.
Harris, Steven H.1953Production in Williston Basin:Petroleum Eng., v. 25, no. 6, B92-97, illus.The 36 separate oil fields in the basin are described as to discovery well, location, discovery date, producing horizon, average depth to producing horizon, number of wells, gravity of oil, and accumulated production.
Harris, Steven H.1953North Dakota: New oil state:Petroleum Eng., v. 25, no. 7, p. B7-B14, illus.The subsurface stratigraphy, producing areas, and outlook of the Williston basin in North Dakota are discussed.
Harris, Steven H.1952Williston Basin oil development during the last year:Mines Mag., v. 42, no. 11, p. 163-168, 181, illus.The development of 72 new wells and five separate pools in North Dakota during the 1951-1952 season is discussed. A table summarizes the pertinent data from significant exploratory tests in North Dakota. A bibliography of articles on Williston basin problems is included.
Harris, Steven H., and Hadley, H.D.1958Developments in Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota in 1957:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 42, no. 6, p. 1340-1349, illus.oil and gas; exploration; production; oil fields; oil wells; drilling
Harris, Steven H., and Mallin, James W.1957Devonian of the United States portion of the Williston Basin:Williston Basin Oil Review, v. 6, no. 5, p. 15-19, illus.The Devonian stratigraphy is discussed and illustrated by isopachous maps and electric logs.
Harris, Steven H., and Mallin, James W.1956Devonian of the Williston Basin (abs.),in N. Dak. Geol. Soc., Williston Basin Symposium, 1st. Internat., Bismarck, N. Dak., Oct. 1956: p. 130.The sedimentary history of the Devonian in the Williston basin is discussed. Oil production possibilities are mentioned.
Harris, Steven H., Land, C.B., Jr., and Mckeever, J.H.1965Relation of Mission Canyon stratigraphy to oil production in north-central North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 49, no. 9, p. 1571; paper published, 1966: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 50, no. 10, p. 2269-2276, illus.Renville County; Bottineau County; Mississippian; Mission Canyon Formation; stratigraphy; oil fields; oil production; structural geology; nomenclature; lithology; stratigraphic traps; cross sections
Harris, W.1991Patterns and controls for dissolution of the Prairie Formation, Bottineau, McHenry, Renville, and Ward counties, North DakotaMaster's, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 159 p.
Harris, W.1991Reinterpretation of the eastern platform-to-basin facies transition, Winnipegosis Formation, north-central North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 75, p. 590
Harris, W.1990Timing of evaporite dissolution, Prairie Formation, north-central North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, pp. 1326-1327
Harrison, Ray L., Jr.1954The story of Williston Basin:Oil and Gas Jour., v. 52, no. 50, p. 187-195, illus.The history of the development of the Williston basin is presented. The article includes an extensive bibliography.
Harrison, Ray L., Jr., and Flood, A. L.1956Mississippian correlations in the International Boundary areas,in N. Dak. Geol. Soc., Williston Basin Symposium, 1st Internat., Bismarck, N. Dak., Oct. 1956: p. 36-51, illus.; reprinted, 1957, Mississippian correlations in the Williston Basin: Canadian Oil and Gas Industries, v. 10, no. 7, p. 79-88, illus.The paper includes discussions of the nomenclature, stratigraphy, and correlation of the Mississippian section from central North Dakota to southeastern Saskatchewan.
Harrison, Ray L., Jr., and Larson, T. C.1958Oil production from the "Spearfish" and Charles in the Newburg field Bottineau County, North Dakota,in North Dakota Geological Society and Saskatchewan Geological Society, Second Williston Basin Symposium, Regina, Saskatchewan, April 23-25, 1958: p. 27-32, illus.The stratigraphy, structure, reservoir characteristics, and production are discussed for the Jurassic-Triassic "Spearfish" and Mississippian Charles on the east flank of the Williston basin.
Harrison, S. S., and Bluemle, J. P.1980Flooding in the Grand Forks-East Grand Forks areaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Educational Series No. 12, p. 71
Harrison, Samuel S.1968The flood problem in Grand Forks-East Grand Forks:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 35, 42 p., illus.floods; Grand Forks (city); flood damage; flood plain zoning; maximum probable flood; Red River of the North
Harrison, Samuel S.1965Relationship of the Turtle, Forest, Park Rivers to the history of Glacial Lake Agassiz:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 50 p., illus.Turtle River; Park River; Forest River; Lake Agassiz; drainage density; channel morphology; sediments; flood plains; mussels; mollusks
Harrisson, A. S., and Mellema, W. J.1982Sedimentation aspects of the Missouri River damsTransactions of the Fourteenth International Congress on Large Dams; May 3-7, 1982, International Commission on Large Dams, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 213-228
Hartling, A.1984Early dolomitization; its significance in creating subtle diagenetic hydrocarbon traps in the Williston BasinCIM Bulletin, V. 77, pp. 39-45
Hartling, A., Brewster, A., and Posehn, G.1982The geology and hydrocarbon trapping mechanisms of the Mississippian Oungre Zone (Ratcliffe Beds) 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, pp. 217-223
Hartman, J. H.1993The transition of nonmarine mollusks across the Paleocene-Eocene boundary in the United StatesJournal of Vertebrate Paleontology, V. 13(3), p. 41a
Hartman, J. H.1993Teddy Roosevelt up the Little Missouri Riverin, Kihm, A. J., and Hartman, J. H., eds., The Marshall Lambert Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 73-76
Hartman, J. H.1993The type areas of the Paleocene Slope Formation and intercalated tongues of the Cannonball Formation, Slope County, North Dakotain, Kihm, A. J., and Hartman, J. H., eds., The Marshall Lambert Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 78-86
Hartman, J. H.1993An unusual occurrence of Paleocene nonmarine mollusks on the east flank of the Cedar Creek Anticline, Fallon County, Montanain, Kihm, A. J., and Hartman, J. H., eds., The Marshall Lambert Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 22-23
Hartman, J. H.1993Coal correlation and chronostratigraphy of the type area of the Fort Union Group, Fort Union Coal Region, western North DakotaEnergy & Environmental Research Center 1992 Annual Report, July 1, 1991 through June 30, 1992, pp. 231-238
Hartman, J. H.1993Patterns of diversification of North American Paleogene nonmarine Mollusca in the context of mammalian biochronologyFourth Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Paleobiology and Evolution of Early Cenozoic Mammals, Montpelier, France, p. 167
Hartman, J. H.1992Fossils as a resource in research, education, and economics in North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 46, p. 2
Hartman, J. H.1993Biochronology and evolution of latest Cretaceous and Paleocene nonmarine Mollusca of the northern Great PlainsEnergy & Environmental Research Center 1992 Annual Report, July 1, 1991 through June 30, 1992, pp. 226-230
Hartman, J. H.1992Fossil invertebrates as a resource in research, education, and economics in North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 46, p. 4
Hartman, J. H.1992Biochronology of uppermost Cretaceous and lower Tertiary nonmarine Mollusca of the northern Great Plains, U.S.A. and Canadain, Fifth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts with Programs, The Paleontological Society Special Publication No. 6, p. 123
Hartman, J. H.1991Coal correlation and chronostratigraphy in the Bullion Creek and Sentinel Butte Formations, Billings and Golden Valley Counties, western North DakotaEnergy & Environmental Research Center 1991 Annual Report, July 1, 1990 through June 30, 1991
Hartman, J. H.1991The stratigraphic distribution of nonmarine Mollusca across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the northern Great PlainsGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 23(5), p. A359
Hartman, J. H.1989The T Cross coal bed (Paleocene, North Dakota); the importance of reevaluating historic data in geologic researchProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 43, p. 49
Hartman, J. H.1987The North American Mesozoic nonmarine molluscan recordTyrrell Museum of Paleontology Occasional Paper No. 3, pp. 106-119
Hartman, J. H.1991Biochronology and evolution of latest Cretaceous and Paleocene nonmarine Mollusca of the northern Great PlainsEnergy & Environmental Research Center 1991 Annual Report, July 1, 1990 through June 30, 1991, pp. 233-239
Hartman, J. H.1988Upper Cretaceous and Paleocene nonmarine molluscan paleontology in the Williston BasinProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 42, p. 29
Hartman, J. H.1984Systematics, biostratigraphy, and biogeography of latest Cretaceous and early Tertiary Viviparidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda) of southern Saskatchewan, western North Dakota, eastern Montana, and northern WyomingDoctoral, University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN, 928 p.
Hartman, J. H.1984Late Cretaceous and early Tertiary viviparid gastropods of the northern Great Plains, United States and CanadaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 16, p. 531
Hartman, J. H.1994Nonmarine mollusks and the biochronology of the Fort Union Group (Paleocene) in its type area, North Dakota-Montana:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, n. 7, p. 375.assemblages; biochronology; biologic evolution; biostratigraphy; biozones; Bullion Creek Formation; Cenozoic; correlation; Fort Union Formation; invertebrates; lithostratigraphy; Missouri River; mollusks; Montana; Nesson Anticline; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Riverdale; Sentinel Butte Formation; Tertiary; Tiffanian; Tongue River Member; type sections; Western Interior; Yellowstone River;
Hartman, J. H.1995Energy and environmental research emphasizing low-rank coal; task 7.2, resource data evaluation; topical report, July 1994-May 1995:DOE/MC/30097-5085, National Technical Information Service order number DE96000617NEG, 15 p.Alaska; coal; data acquisition; data processing; geographic information systems; GIS; land use; North Dakota; organic residues; planning; policy; pollution; regulations; remediation; resources; sedimentary rocks;
Hartman, J. H., and Butler, R. D.1995Extinction and recovery of nonmarine molluscan assemblages in the Late Cretaceous and early Tertiary:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 4, p. 13.assemblages; Bivalvia; Cenozoic; Cretaceous; extinction; Invertebrata; invertebrates; K-T boundary; Mesozoic; Mollusca; mollusks; Paleocene; Paleogene; range; regression; Tertiary; transgression; Unionidae; Western Interior;
Hartman, J. H., and Kihm, A. J.1992Chronostratigraphy of Paleocene strata in the Williston Basinin, Finkelman, R. B., Tewalt, S. J., and Daly, D. J., eds., Geology and Utilization of Fort Union Lignites, Environmental and Coal Associates, Reston, VA, pp. 52-75
Hartman, J. H., and Kihm, A. J.1991Stratigraphic distribution of Titanoides (Mammalia; Pantodonta) in the Fort Union Group (Paleocene) of North Dakotain, Christopher, J. E., and Haidl, F. M., eds., Sixth International Williston Basin Symposium, Saskatchewan Geological Society, Regina, Saskatchewan, pp. 207-215
Hartman, J. H., and Kihm, A. J.1996Bio- and magnetostratigraphy of the Uppermost Cretaceous and lower Tertiary strata of North Dakota:The Paleontological Society (University of Tennessee) Special Publication 8, p. 163.assemblages; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; Foraminifera; Invertebrata; K-T boundary; lithofacies; magnetostratigraphy; Mammalia; Mesozoic; microfossils; Mollusca; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; planktonic taxa; Plantae; Protista; species diversity; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata; Williston Basin;
Hartman, J. H., and Kihm, A. J.1995Age of Meek and Hayden's Fort Union Group (Paleocene), upper Missouri River, North Dakota-Montana,in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 417-428. North Dakota; Williston Basin; Meek; Hayden; Fort Union Group; Paleocene; lithostratigraphy; fossils; mollusks; G.K. Warren; maps; Sentinel Butte Formation; Bullion Creek Formation; Slope-Bullion Creek Formation; illustrations; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Hartman, J. H., Peck, W. D., and Kihm, A. J.1993Paleocene stratigraphy of the Nesson Anticline: Placement of the Bullion Creek-Sentinel Butte formational contactProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 47, p. 49
Hartman, J. H., Roth, B., and Kihm, A. J.1993Stratigraphy and paleontology of diverse assemblage of Paleocene nonmarine mollusks and mammals from the Sentinel Butte Formation of North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 47, p. 50
Hartman, J.H.2002Hell Creek Formation and the early picking of the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Williston Basin:in Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains; An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, p. 1-7. Cenozoic; Cretaceous; Fort Union Formation; Fox Hills Formation; fresh water environment; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; history; K-T boundary; Lance Formation; lithostratigraphy; Mesozoic; Montana; nomenclature; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Pierre Formation; South Dakota; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary; Williston Basin; Wyoming;
Hartman, J.H.1997A festschrift in honor of Marshall Lambert,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. 1.Carter County Museum; Cenozoic; Cretaceous; fossils; Lambert, Marshall; Mesozoic; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; paleontology; Tertiary;
Hartman, J.H.1999The paleontologic and geologic record of North Dakota - Important sites and Current interpretations, a symposium overview and geologic framework:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p.116-118.Chronostratigraphy; Lithostratigraphy;
Hartman, J.H.1999Western exploration along the Missouri River and the first paleontological studies in the Williston Basin, North Dakota and Montana:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p. 158-165.paleontology; North Dakota; Missouri River; history; Williston Basin; Montana; fossils; Edward Harris; John J. Audubon; Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden; Fielding Bradford Meek; G.K. Warren; nonmarine mollusks; expeditions; Tongue River Formation; Fort Union Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; taxonomy; chronostratigraphy;
Hartman, J.H.1997Deposition of lignites in the Fort Union Group and related strata of the Northern Great Plains:Energy and Environmental Research Center, USA, 31 p.Bighorn Basin; Cenozoic; chronostratigraphy; coal; Cretaceous; depositional environments; Fort Union Formation; genesis; lignite; Mesozoic; Montana; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; paleoenvironments; Paleogene; resources; sedimentary rocks; Tertiary; Williston Basin; Wyoming;
Hartman, J.H.1995Paleocene paleontology and stratigraphy in North Dakota: Early contributions by A.G. Leonard:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 49, p. 53.North Dakota; Symposium; Paleocene; paleontology; stratigraphy; North Dakota Geological Survey; Arthur Gray Leonard; State Geologists;
Hartman, J.H.1999End Cretaceous and early Paleocene mollusks of the Williston Basin, North Dakota and Montana: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 72.assemblages; basins; Bivalvia; brackish water environments; Breien Member; Cenozoic; Colorado; Cretaceous; Denver Basin; Fort Union Formation; fresh water environments; Gastropoda; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; intermontane basins; Invertebrata; K-T boundary; Laramie Formation; marine environments; Mesozoic; Mollusca; Montana; morphology; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; Paleocene; Paleogene; shells; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environments; Tertiary; Western Interior Seaway; Williston Basin;
Hartman, J.H., and Anderson, L.C.2002Interpreting the influence of the last interior seaway in North Dakota (Paleocene, Cannonball Formation) in nonmarine strata (Fort Union Group); Reevaluation of a corbulid using an Amazonian analogue:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, n. 6, p. 355. assemblages; basins; Cannonball Formation; Cenozoic; Corbula mactriformis; Corbulida; endemic taxa; foreland basins; Fort Union Formation; fresh water environment; interpretation; Ludlow Member; North Dakota; Pachyodon; Pachyodon mactriformis; Paleocene; Paleogene; range; Tertiary; Tongue River Member; Williston Basin;
Hartman, J.H., and Kihm, A.J.1996Bio- and magnetostratigraphy of the Uppermost Cretaceous and lower Tertiary strata of North Dakota,in, Repetski, J.E., ed., Sixth North American paleontological convention; abstracts of papers; The Paleontological Society Special Publication 8, p.163.assemblages; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; Foraminifera; Invertebrata; K-T boundary; lithofacies; magnetostratigraphy; Mammalia; Mesozoic; microfossils; Mollusca; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; planktonic taxa; Plantae; Protista; species diversity; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata; Williston Basin;
Hartman, J.H., and Kihm, A.J.1999The discovery and preliminary record of North Dakota Paleocene mammals from the Lloyd and Hares localities:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p. 149-154.mammals; fossils; paleontology; Paleocene; North Dakota; chronostratigraphy; regression; Cannonball Formation; Heart River; Tongue River Formation; Grant County;
Hartman, J.H., and Kirkland, J.I.2002Brackish and marine mollusks of the Hell Creek Formation of North Dakota; Evidence for a persisting Cretaceous seaway:in Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains; An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, p. 271-296. biogeography; Bivalvia; brackish water environment; Cenozoic; Cretaceous; Fox Hills Formation; Gastropoda; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; Invertebrata; K-T boundary; lithostratigraphy; Makoshika State Park; marine environment; Mesozoic; Mollusca; Montana; Morton-County; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoecology; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; paleogeography; public lands; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary;
Hartman, J.H., and Kuehn, D.D.1999Holocene climate change interpreted from fluctuations in alluvial sedimentation in western North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p.62-71.North Dakota; climate change: Holocene; Great Plains; geomorphology; models; erosion; deposition; soil; badlands; paleosols; Theodore Roosevelt National Park; Billings County; Knife River Indian Village National Historic Site; Mercer County; Lake Sakakawea; McLean County; prairie; Elbee Bluff; Douglas Creek; climate proxy;
Hartman, J.H., Beck, D.L., Kuehn, D.D., Reid, J.R., and Reiten, J.1997Paleosols as proxy data for climate change; interpreting Holocene deposits in the badlands and prairies of western North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v.29, n.6, p.34.badlands; C-13/C-12; carbon; Cenozoic; climate change; Douglas Creek; Elbee Bluff; erosion features; fluvial environment; Holocene; horizons; interpretation; isotope ratios; isotopes; Knife River Indian Village National Historic Site; Knutson Creek; Lake Sakakawea; McLean County; Mercer County; Missouri River; North Dakota; paleoclimatology; Paleosols; prairies; Quaternary; sediments; stable isotopes; Theodore Roosevelt National Park;
Hartman, J.H., Collins, L.S., and Aubry, M.P.1999New interpretations of the Cannonball Formation (Paleocene); North America's last interior sea:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 105.algae; assemblages; brackish water environments; Cannonball Formation; Cenozoic; chronostratigraphy; coastal environments; Coccolithophoraceae; cores; Danian; diatoms; foraminifera; Fort Union Formation; interpretation; Invertebrata; marine environments; McLean County; microfossils; nannoplankton; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; plankton; Plantae; Protista; sea level changes; species diversity; Sphenolithus primus; subtidal environments; Tertiary; transgression;
Hartman, J.H., Hunter, J.P., and Krause, D.W.1998The last epeiric sea (Paleocene, Cannonball Formation) in North America; The age of incursions and bounding strata based on mammals, mollusks, and Foraminifera:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 30, n. 7, p. 33.Canada; Cannonball Formation; Cenozoic; Chordata; foraminifera; Fort Union Formation; Invertebrata; Ludlow Member; Mammalia; microfossils; Mollusca; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; planktonic taxa; Protista; Puercan; regression; sea level changes; Selandian; South Dakota; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; thickness; Tiffanian; Tongue River Member; transgression; Vertebrata; Western-Interior; Western Interior Seaway;
Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds.2002The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary in the Northern Great Plains: An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous:Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, 520 p.North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; Cretaceous; Tertiary; boundaries;
Hartman, Joseph H.1976Uppermost Cretaceous and Paleocene nonmarine Mollusca of eastern Montana and southwestern North Dakota:University of Minnesota M.S., thesis, 216 p., illus.paleontology; stratigraphy; Hell Creek Formation; Tullock Formation; Lebo Formation; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; mollusks; lithostratigraphy; Cretaceous; Paleocene
Hartman, Joseph H., and Bogan, Arthur E.2001An unusual freshwater bivalve from the uppermost Cretaceous of Montana; A previously unexplored ecological niche in the Hell Creek Formation:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs Abstracts with Programs, v. 33, n. 6, p. 197. biostratigraphy; Bivalvia; Cretaceous; fresh water environmentd; Hell Creek Formation; Invertebrata; Mesozoic; Mollusca; Montana; Northern Great Plains; species diversity; Unionidae;
Haseltine, Robert M.1901Lignite deposits or fields of brown coal in North Dakota-their extent, thickness and fuel value:Mines and Minerals, v. 21, p. 545-547.The report contains a discussion of the origin of lignite, a description of the deposits, an analysis of the lignite, and a discussion of its value as a fuel.
Haskell, B. J., Engstrom, D. R., and Fritz, S. C.1995Application of endogenic carbonate and fossil ostracode geochemistry in the study of late Quaternary paleohydrology in the North American Great Plains:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 3, p. 56.alkaline earth metals; arthropods; barium; calcium; carbonates; Cenozoic; climate; Coldwater Lake; cores; crustaceans; Devils Lake; geochemistry; Great Plains; Holocene; hydrochemistry; hydrology; invertebrates; lacustrine environment; metals; microfossils; North Dakota; ostracods; Quaternary; salinity; strontium; trace elements;
Haskell, B. J., Engstrom, D. R., and Fritz, S. C.1996Late Quaternary paleohydrology in the North American Great Plains inferred from the geochemistry of endogenic carbonate and fossil ostracodes from Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA:Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 124, n. 3-4, p. 179-193.arthropods; Cenozoic; crustaceans; Devils Lake; distribution; geochemistry; Great Plains; invertebrates; microfossils; mineral composition; North Dakota; ostracods; paleoclimatology; paleohydrology; Quaternary; Ramsey County;
Haskell, B., and Engstrom, D.1994Holocene paleohydrology in the North American Great Plains inferred from the geochemistry of endogenic carbonate and fossil ostracodes from Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA:Program and Abstracts of the American Quaternary Association Thirteenth biennial meeting, v. 13, p. 93.alkaline earth metals; Arthropoda; Benson County; calcium; carbonates; Cenozoic; Crustacea; Devils Lake; geochemistry; Great Plains; Holocene; hydrochemistry; Invertebrata; Mandibulata; metals; microfossils; North Dakota; Ostracoda; paleohydrology; paleosalinity; Quaternary; Ramsey County; Sr Ca; strontium; trace elements;
Haskell, B., Ito,E., Engstrom, D., Grimm, E., and Xia, J.1996A Holocene, multi-proxy paleolimnological record from Rice Lake, N.W. North Dakota, and multiple site comparisons from the Northern Great Plains:Program and Abstracts of the American Quaternary Association Fourteenth biennial meeting, v. 14, p. 82.arid environment; arthropods; Cenozoic; climate; crustaceans; Great Plains; Holocene; hydrology; invertebrates; isotope ratios; isotopes; limnology; microfossils; North Dakota; O-18/ O-16; ostracods; oxygen; palynomorphs; Quaternary; Rice Lake; salinity; stable isotopes; variations; Ward-County-North Dakota;
Hassett, D. J.1994An overview of analytical methods to determine trace constituents in groundwater:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 282.chemical analysis; detection; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; leaching; pollution; trace elements; water quality; water resources;
Hassett, D. J., and Thompson, J. S.1994Formation of ettringite in disposed low rank coal fly ash; Implications for impact on groundwater chemistry:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 122.coal; ettringite; ash; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; leachate; organic residues; pollution; sedimentary rocks; sulfates; water quality; water resources;
Hastings, J. O., Jr.1990Coarse-grained meander-belt reservoirs, Rocky Ridge Field, North Dakotain, Barwis, J. H., McPherson, J. G., and Studlick, J. R. J., eds., Sandstone petroleum reservoirs, Springer-Verlag, New York NY, pp. 57-84
Hastings, J. O., Jr.1990Coarse-grained meander-belt reservoirs, Rocky Ridge Field, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, p. 671
Hatch, J.R., and Affolter, R.H.1978Chemical analyses of lignite from the Sentinel Butte Member of the Fort Union Formation, Dunn Center Field, Dunn County, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 78-1078, 42 p., illus.stratigraphy; lignite; analysis; heats of combustion; composition
Hatcher, John B.1902Origin of the Oligocene and Miocene deposits of the Great Plains:Am. Philos. Soc., Proc., v. 41, no. 169, p. 113-131.The origin of the White River series is considered to be lacustrine, fluviatile, flood-plain, and eolian. Sedimentary and paleontological evidence is presented to support this theory. The stratigraphy of the White River Formation is discussed.
Hatfield, J. L., Bucks, D. A., and Horton, M. L.2000The Midwest water quality initiative; Research experiences at multiple scales, in, Steinheimer, Thomas R., Ross, Lisa J., and Spittler, Terry D., eds., Agrochemical fate and movement; Perspective and scale of study: ACS Symposium Series, n. 751, p. 232-247. agriculture; agrochemicals; aquifer vulnerability; aquifers; data acquisition; data processing; environmental analysis; ground water; Iowa; land use; Minnesota; Missouri; models; Nebraska; nonpoint sources; North Dakota; nutrients; Ohio-; pesticides; pollutants; pollution; remediation; saturated zone; soils; South Dakota; surface water; transport; unsaturated zone; water quality; Wisconsin;
Hauck, M. L., Baird, D. J., Brown, L. D., Nelson, K. D., Walters, J., Ahern, J. L., Jones, A., Hajnal, Z., and Sloss, L.1992COCORP deep seismic reflection profiling across the Williston Basin and underlying Trans-Hudson Orogen; acquisition and analysisEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 73, p. 321
Hauptman, Charles M.1978Uranium in the Williston Basin: past, present and future (abstract),in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 391.uranium; lignite; mining; potential
Hauser, E. C.1993COCORP studies of crustal evolution; the return of the MidcontinentAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting Abstracts, V. 1993, p. 115
Hauser, E. C.1995Project CRATON; A multi-discipline study of the U.S. continental interior:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, v. 4, p. 41.accretion; Appalachians; basement; basins; Canada; COCORP; continental crust; crust; evolution; geophysical profiles; geophysical surveys; GLIMPCE; Great Lakes; Grenville Front; Hudsonian Orogeny; igneous rocks; Illinois; Indiana; intracratonic basins; Keweenawan Rift; Lake Superior; Lithoprobe; Midcontinent; Montana; North American Cordillera; North Dakota; Ohio; Oklahoma; orogenic belts; Phanerozoic; Precambrian; Project CRATON; reflection methods; sedimentary rocks; seismic profiles; seismic surveys; Oklahoma; tectonics; Texas; volcanic rocks; Williston Basin;
Hauser, E. C.1994COCORP studies of the continental evolution; Project CRATON:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, p. 167.accretion; Appalachians; basins; Canada; Canadian Shield; COCORP; continental crust; CRATON; crust; evolution; geophysical profiles; GLIMPCE; Grenville Front; Hudsonian Orogeny; Illinois; Indiana; intracratonic basins; Lithoprobe; mechanism; Midcontinent; Montana; North American Cordillera; North Dakota; Ohio; Oklahoma; orogenic belts; Precambrian; seismic profiles; Superior Province; tectonics; Texas; Wyoming;
Havens, J. S.1982-High Plains aquifer studyUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1375, p. 107
Hayden, F. V.1862On the geology and natural history of the upper Missouri; with a map:Am. Philos. Soc., Trans., n. s., v. 12, pt. 1, p. 1-218, illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:3,750,000).The report contains discussions of the historical explorations, areal geology, the rock units, fossils, zoology, and botany of the country drained by the Missouri River and its tributaries.
Hayden, F. V.1857Notes explanatory of a map and section illustrating the geological structure of the country bordering on the Missouri River, from the mouth of the Platte River to Fort Benton, in lat. 4730'N., long. 11030'W.:Philadelphia, Acad. Nat. Sci, Proc., v. 9, p. 109-116, illus. geol. map.The rocks represented on the map and in the section are placed in four systems: the Carboniferous, Cretaceous, Tertiary, and Quaternary.
Hayes, C., Thacker, M. M., and Viellenave, J. H.1984Exploration techniques aided by computer tieringWorld Oil, V. 199, pp. 64-68,70
Hayes, M. D.1985Conodonts of the Bakken Formation (Devonian and Mississippian), Williston Basin, North DakotaThe Mountain Geologist, V. 22, pp. 64-77
Hayes, M. D.1984Conodonts of the Bakken Formation (Devonian and Mississippian), Williston Basin, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 178 p.
Hayes, M. D., and Holland, F. D., Jr.1983Conodonts of Bakken Formation (Devonian and Mississippian), Williston Basin, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 67, pp. 1341-1342
Hayes, M. D., Thrasher, L. C., and Holland, F. D., Jr.1987Paleontology and biostratigraphy of Bakken Formation (Devonian and Mississippian), Williston Basin, North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 19, p. 203
Head, William J., and Merkel, R.H.1977Hydrologic characteristics of the Madison Limestone, the Minnelusa Formation, and equivalent rocks as determined by well-logging formation evaluation, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, and North Dakota:Journal of Research U.S. Geological Survey, v. 5, no. 4, p. 473-485, illus.Madison Limestone; Minnelusa Formation; Pennsylvanian; Mississippian; Permian; geophysical logs; structure-contour map; porosity; lithology; aquifers; hydrogeology; groundwater
Heck, T.1991Horizontal drilling in Saskatchewan and its implication in North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1991, pp. 12-19
Heck, T. J.1992Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin: 1990-1991 updateNorth Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 77, 26 p.
Heck, T. J.1993Oil and gas exploration and development in 1992North Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, V. 20(3), pp. 5-6
Heck, T. J.1990Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin: 1988-1989 updateNorth Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 74, 22 p.
Heck, T. J.1992Oil and gas exploration and development in 1991North Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, V. 19(2), pp. 18-19
Heck, T. J.1990Oil and gas exploration and development in 1989North Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1990, pp. 6-8
Heck, T. J.1990North Dakota remains undertested for oilNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1990, pp. 23-25
Heck, T. J.1988Precambrian Structure Map of North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Map, No. 30, 1 Sheet, 1:1,000,000
Heck, T. J.1988An overview of Dolphin Field, Divide County, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 70, 14 p.
Heck, T. J.1995Cores and drill cuttings; What are they and why do we use them?:NDGS Newsletter, v. 22, n. 2, p. 29-31.applications; cores; depositional environment; drill cuttings; drilling; education; hydrocarbons; North Dakota; petroleum; porosity; sedimentary rocks; Williston Basin;
Heck, T. J.1995Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota, Williston Basin; 1992-1993 update:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 80, 23 p.cost; North Dakota; petroleum; petroleum exploration; price; production; Williston Basin;
Heck, T. J.1996Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin; 1994-1995 update:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 84, 26 p.crude oil; development; drilling; industry; land leases; North Dakota; petroleum; petroleum exploration; production; statistical analysis; Williston Basin;
Heck, T. J.1995Lodgepole Formation - A brief regional perspective,in Core Workshop Volume, Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium, Billings, MT.
Heck, T. J.2000Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin: 1998 - 1999 update:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 88, 30 p.North Dakota; oil; petroleum; natural gas; drilling; production; statistics; wells; fields; horizontal drilling; wildcats; industry;
Heck, T. J., and Burke, R. B.1991Devonian stratigraphy of North Dakota from wireline-log sectionsNorth Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 90, 8 p.
Heck, T. J., and LeFever, J. A.1994Basin center gas in the Williston Basin:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, p. 168.Deadwood Formation; Midway Field; natural gas; oil and gas fields; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum; production; Red River Formation; resources; Williston Basin; Winnipeg Formation;
Heck, T.J.1998Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin; 1996-1997 update:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 85, 27 p. cost; discoveries; North Dakota; oil wells; petroleum; petroleum exploration; production; review; tonnage; volume; Williston Basin;
Heck, T.J.1997Impact Craters I:NDGS Newsletter, V. 24, No. 3, pp. 19-23.
Heck, T.J.1997Impact Craters II:NDGS Newsletter, V. 24, No. 4, pp. 16-23.
Heck, T.J.2002Oil exploration and development in the North Dakota Williston Basin; 2000 2001 update:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 90, 28 p. development; discoveries; drilling; economics; history; industry; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; petroleum; petroleum exploration; potential deposits; price; production; resources; Williston Basin;
Heck, T.J., and LeFever, R.D.1994Madison producing trends in North Dakota,in Second International Williston Basin Horizontal Well Workshop, N. D. G. S. & Saskatchewan Energy and Mines, Minot, ND, pp. B1-B27.
Heck, Thomas1978Depositional environments of the Bottineau Interval (Lodgepole) in North Dakota,in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 191-199, illus.Madison Formation; Bottineau interval; thickness; facies; depositional environments; bioherms; paleoenvironments; sedimentation; structure
Heck, Thomas J.1979Depositional environments and diagenesis of the Mississippian Bottineau interval (Lodgepole) in North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 227 p., illus.Williston Basin; Madison Formation; Lodgepole Formation; structure; stratigraphy; isopach map; structure contour map; facies; depositional environments; diagenesis; biologic diagenesis; compaction; cementation; sedimentary structures; neomorphism; solution; fracturing; replacement; mineralogy; dolomitization; lithification; petroleum potential; well data; lithology; bioherms; diagenetic processes; diagenetic features
Hector, James1861On the geology of the country between Lake Superior and the Pacific Ocean (between the 48th and 54th parallels of latitude) visited by the Government Exploring Expedition under the command of Captain J. Palliser (1857-60):Proceedings of the Geological Society, Quarterly Journal of Geological Society of London, v. 17, pt. 1, p. 388-445, illus.Red River Valley; Lake Winnipeg; Pembina Mountain; early surveys; geology; geomorpholgy; geologic map
Hedtke, M.1996Brenna Formation selenite crystals from Fargo, North Dakota:NDGS Newsletter, v. 23, n. 2-3, p. 13.Brenna Formation; Cass County; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; clay; crystals; extinct lakes; Fargo; habit; indicators; lacustrine environment; Lake Agassiz; North Dakota; occurrence; paleoenvironment; Pleistocene; Quaternary; sediments; selenite; sulfates; twinning;
Heglund, D. L., and Tilotta, D. C.1996Determination of volatile organic compounds in water by solid phase microextraction and infrared spectroscopy:Environmental Science & Technology, ES & T, v. 30, n. 4, p. 1212-1219.benzene; calibration; chemical analysis; chloroform; detection; ground water; hydrocarbons; infrared spectra; pollutants; pollution; surface water; toluene; toxic materials; volatile organic compounds; volatiles;
Heide, K.1980Quantitative comparison of pollen and plant-macrofossil data from modern lake sediments, North-central U.S.APalynology, V. 4, p. 242
Heidt, C. J., Moen, D. E., and Morrison, M. W.1989Soil survey of Nelson County area, North DakotaU. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Washington, DC, 165 p.
Heintz, R. H.1987Water education workshops for teachers in North Dakotain, North central region eight state groundwater workshop proceedings, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, pp. 95-97
Heisel, J. E.1983Water-resources investigations of the U.S. Geological Survey in the Souris-Red rivers basin in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South DakotaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 83-0218, 106 p.
Helgesen, J. O., Jorgensen, D. G., Leonard, R. B., and Signor, D. C.1982Regional study of the Dakota Aquifer (Darton's Dakota revisited)Ground Water, V. 20, pp. 410-414
Helzler, et al1972Soil survey of Walsh County, North Dakota:Washington, DC, U.S. Soil Conservation Service, 126 p.soil surveys; maps; North Dakota; Walsh County
Hembree, C. H., Krieger, R. A. and Jordan, P. R.1964Chemical quality of surface waters, and sedimentation in the Grand River drainage basin, North and South Dakota:U. S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1769, 78p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:625,000.Grand River; water chemistry; sedimentation; streamflow; fluvial sediments
Hemish, Leroy A.1975Stratigraphy of the upper part of the Fort Union Group in southwestern McLean County, North Dakota:University of North Dakota M. S. thesis, 160 p., illus.Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; stratigraphy; lithostratigraphy; sedimentary rocks; Cannonball Formation; clastic rocks; lignite; measured sections; cross sections; paleoenvironment; borehole data; Tongue River-Sentinel Butte contact
Henderson, Edward P., and Perry, Stuart H.1942The Freda, N. Dak., Meteorite: a nickel-rich ataxite:U. S. Nat. Mus., Proc., v. 92, no. 3134, p. 21-23, illus.The meteorite is described. Results of the chemical analysis and the metallurgical study are presented.
Hendricks, M. L.1990Upper Mission Canyon coated-grain producing facies in the Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, p. 1327
Hendricks, M. L.1990Mississippian evaporites; a tool for the prediction of paleostructural and depositional trends in Mission Canyon and Ratcliffe reservoirs, U.S. Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, p. 1327
Hendricks, M. L.1991The stratigraphy of selected Mission Canyon wireline log markers, U.S. portion of the Williston Basin, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 75, pp. 1127-1128
Hendricks, M. L.1988Shallowing-upward cyclic carbonate reservoirs in the lower Ratcliffe Interval (Mississippian), Williams and McKenzie counties, 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. 371-380
Hendricks, M. L.1987The lower Ratcliffe interval (Mississippian) in Williams and McKenzie counties, North Dakotain, Fischer, D. W., ed., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Survey, Grand Forks, ND, pp. 33-58
Hendricks, M. L.1996Porosity interconnection related to reservoir homogeneity, Wabek Field, Mountrail County, North Dakota:AAPG Bulletin, v. 80, n. 6, p. 972.anhydrite; carbonate rocks; Carboniferous; dip; dolostone; drilling; geometry; grainstone; Haas Field; heterogeneity; homogeneity; horizontal drilling; Lake Darling Field; limestone; lithofacies; Lucky Mound Field; mechanism; Mission Canyon Limestone; Mississippian; Mohall Field; Mountrail County; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; packstone; Paleozoic; petroleum; porosity; pressure; production; reservoir rocks; Rival Field; saturation; sedimentary rocks; stacking; stratigraphic traps; sulfates; Wabek Field; wells;
Hendricks, M. L.1995Mississippian sequence stratigraphy in the Williston Basin (abstract),in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 449. Williston Basin; Mississippian; sequence stratigraphy; Lodgepole Formation; Charles Formation; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Hendricks, M. L., Birge, B. P., Jr., and Eisel, J. D.1987Habitat of Sherwood oil, Renville County, North Dakotain, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, pp. 226-241
Hendricks, M. L., Eisel, J. D., and Fischer, W.1998Deadwood and Winnipeg sandstone reservoirs, Newporte Field, Renville County, North Dakota,in Kreis, L. K. (organizer), Eighth International Williston Basin Symposium; Core Workshop Volume: Regina, Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Geological Society, p. 1-8.North Dakota; Williston Basin; Deadwood Formation; Winnipeg Formation; oil; gas; Newporte Field; Renville County; lithology; cores; production; stratigraphy; seismic data; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society; illustrations; well log; photographs;
Hendricks, Thomas A., and Laird, Wilson M.1943Manganese deposits of the Turtle Mountains, North Dakota:Econ. Geol., v. 38, no. 7, p. 591-602; reprinted, 1943: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 15, 11 p., illus.The geology, location, mode of origin, and analyses of the ore deposits are discussed.
Hennen, Ray V.1948Correlation of Sentinel Butte Shale in western North Dakota:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 32, no. 9, p. 1823-1824.This article is a reply to, and discussion of, an article by the same title by Roland W. Brown, 1948.
Hennen, Ray V.1943Tertiary geology and oil and gas prospects in Dakota Basin of North Dakota:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 27, no. 12, p. 1567-1594, illus.The Tertiary stratigraphy is discussed and a west-east cross-section of Tertiary strata is presented. The structure of the Dakota (Williston) basin is illustrated on a map and discussed. The history of the oil and gas development is discussed and two well logs are presented.
Herald, Frank A.1913The Williston Lignite Field, Williams County, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 531, p. 91-157, illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:125,000).The general geology and geography of the area are described followed by a discussion of the physical and chemical properties of lignite. The lignite deposits are discussed in detail by townships.
Hertsgaard, T. A., and Leistritz, F. L.1973Environmental impact of strip mining: the economic and social viewpoint,in Some environmental aspects of strip mining in North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Educational Series 5, p. 73-85.strip mining; lignite; economics; environmental effects; social impact; reclamation; costs
Hesler, James L., and Johnson, William C.1972Quantitive discrimination among hummocky stagnation moraine, end moraine, and ground moraine (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 5, p. 326.Stutsman County; glacial features; glacial moraines; mapping; classification
Hess, T.1981Difficult prolific plays unfolding near Watford CityWestern Oil Reporter, V. 38, pp. 137-139
Hess-Tanguay, L., and Friedman, G. M.1993Petrophysical facies of carbonate reservoirs as defined by capillary-pressure curves, Ordovician Red River Formation, Williston Basin, Montana and North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 25, p. 220
Hesse, K. K.1978Engineering Report on Drilling in the Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota:Grand Junction, CO, NTIS GJBX-130(78)/XAB (Bendix Field Engineering Company Contract No.: EY-76-C-13-1664), U.S. Department of Energy, 36 p.
Hester, T. C., and Schmoker, J. W.1987Formation resistivity as an indicator of oil generation in black shalesAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 71, p. 1007
Hester, T. C., and Schmoker, J. W.1983Preliminary log-derived maps of the Bakken Formation, North Dakota and Montana portions of Williston BasinUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 83-0717, 27 p.
Hester, T. C., and Schmoker, J. W.1987Formation resistivity as an indicator of oil generation in black shalesUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 87-0608, 21 p.
Hester, T. C., and Schmoker, J. W.1985Selected physical properties of the Bakken Formation, North Dakota and Montana part of the Williston BasinOil and Gas Investigation Chart OC-126, 1 Sheet
Hester, Timothy C.1999Prediction of gas production using well logs, Cretaceous of north-central Montana:The Mountain Geologist, v. 36, n. 2, p. 85-97. applications; clastic sediments; clay; Cretaceous; density; geophysical methods; Mesozoic; Montana; natural gas; petroleum; porosity; production; reservoir rocks; sediments; well logging; North Dakota; South Dakota; Wyoming;
Hibbard, H. V.1904The water supply of the Tower Quadrangle:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 2d Bienn. Rept., p. 152-167.The surface water and groundwater resources of the quadrangle are discussed. The report includes a table of well records of the quadrangle.
Hibbard, H. V.1906A description of the plateau region of North Dakota:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 3d Bienn. Rept., p. 133-142, illus.This is a descriptive discussion of the Missouri Plateau and related features such as the major streams, Sentinel Butte, and the Badlands.
Hickey, Leo J.1977Stratigraphy and paleobotany of the Golden Valley Formation (Early Tertiary) of western North Dakota:Geological Society of America Memoir 150, 181 p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:250,000.stratigraphy; lithology; paleobotany; Williston Basin; Fort Union Formation; Tongue River Member; Sentinel Butte Member; geologic map; new species; stratigraphic correlation; paleoenvironements; measured sections; bibliography; Golden Valley Formation; paleontolgy; vertebrate paleontology; invertebrate paleontology; geologic history
Hickey, Leo J.1972Stratigraphic summary of the Golden Valley Formation (Paleocene-Eocene) of western North Dakota,in Depositional environments of the lignite-bearing strata in western North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 50, p. 105-122, illus.Golden Valley Formation; Tertiary; Williston Basin; stratigraphy; paleontology; depositional environments; geologic history
Hickey, Leo J.1969Stratigraphy of the Golden Vally Formation of western North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of American Abstracts with Programs for 1969, Part 7, p. 100.Golden Valley Formation; Williston Basin; North Dakota; lithology; paleontology; Paleocene; Ecocene
Hickey, Leo J.1966The paleobotany and stratigraphy of the Golden Valley Formation in western North Dakota (Princeton University Ph.D. dissertation, 265 p., illus. including a geologic map, scale 1:211,200); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts, B, Sciences and Engineering, v. 28, no. 2, p. 742B.Golden Vally Formation; stratigraphy; Tertiary; Fort Union Formation; Tongue River Member; Sentinel Butte Member; lithology; type section; clay mineralogy; sands; concretions; Hebron Member; Dickinson Member; sedimentary structures; White River Group; paleobotany; paleontology; new species; depositional environments; tectonics; geologic history; geologic map; cross sections
Hickey, William K.1973Depositional environments of the lower Tullock Formation (Paleocene), Slope County, southwestern North Dakota:University of North Dakota M. A. thesis, 69 p., illus.Tullock Formation; Paleocene; Fort Union Group; Slope County; stratigraphy; nomenclature; lithology; depositional environments; measured sections; cross sections
Hicks, J.F., Johnson, K.R., Obradovich, J.D., Tauxe, L., and Clark, D.2002Magnetostragigraphy and geochronology of the Hell Creek and basal Fort Union formations of southwestern North Dakota and a recalibration of the age of the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary:in Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains; An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, p. 35-55. absolute age; Ar/Ar; bentonite; biostratigraphy; Bowman County; Cenozoic; Chordata; clastic rocks; Cretaceous; dates; dinosaurs; Fort Union Formation; fresh water environment; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; lithostratigraphy; Maestrichtian; magnetostratigraphy; Mesozoic; microfossils; nomenclature; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; palynomorphs; Reptilia; sedimentary rocks; Senonian; Slope County; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Hicks, J.F., Johnson, K.R., Tauxe, L., Clark, D., and Obradovich, J.D.1999Geochronology of the Hell Creek Formation of southwestern North Dakota; A multidisciplinary approach using biostratigraphy, isotopic dating, geochemistry, and magnetostratigraphy:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 71.absolute age; Ammonites; Ammonoidea; Ar-Ar; Archosauria; assemblages; Baculites grandis; biostratigraphy; Cedar Creek Anticline; Cenozoic; Cephalopoda; Ceratopsia; Ceratopsidae; Chordata; correlation; Cretaceous; dates; Diapsida; dinosaurs; Doak's Butte; Fish Canyon Tuff; Fort Union Formation; geochemistry; Hell Creek Formation; Invertebrata; iridium; K-T boundary; Ludlow Member; magnetostratigraphy; Mesozoic; metals; Mollusca; North Dakota; Oligocene; Ornithischia; Paleocene; Paleogene; paleomagnetism; Pierre Shale; Reptilia; reversals; stratigraphic boundary; Taylor Creek Rhyolite; Tertiary; Tetrabranchiata; Tetrapoda; Triceratops; Vertebrata; volcanic ash; Wodehouseia spinata; Wyoming;
Hill, A.F., Erickson, J.M., and Hoganson, J.W.1996Paleoenviro[n]ment interpretations from fossil Metasequoia? stumps in the Paleocene Sentinel Butte Formation at Ash Coulee, Billings County, North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 50, p. 33.North Dakota; Professional Communications; paleoenvironments; fossils; Metasequoia; Paleocene; Sentinel Butte Formation; Ash Coulee Quarry; Billings County; interpretation; stumps; lignite; swamps; temperate climate; age; taphonomy; growth rings; paleolandscape;
Hill, C.L., and Karsmizki, K.W.2004Quaternary stratigraphy and archaeological geology along the Missouri River and geomorphic contexts associated with the Lewis and Clark expedition:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 36, n. 4, p. 81. absolute age; archaeology; C14; carbon; Cenozoic; Coleharbor Group; Corps of Discovery; dates; expeditions; geomorphology; Great Falls North Dakota; history; Holocene; isotopes; lithostratigraphy; Mazama Ash; Missouri River Valley; North Dakota; Oahe Formation; Quaternary; radioactive isotopes; sediments;
Hill, M.1982On Earth; hard rock songsEarth Science, V. 35, pp. 25-26
Hill, Thelma P., Werner, M. A., and Horton, M. J.1967Chemical composition of sedimentary rocks in Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota, and Wyoming:U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, 561, 241 p., illus.sedimentary rocks; chemical analyses; Fort Union Formation; Tongue River Member; Golden Vally Formation; Cannonball Member; Benton Shale; Niobrara Formation; Pierre Shale; glacial drift; White River Formation; Hell Creek Formation; silica; carbonates; clays; manganese; coal
Himebaugh, John1978Geology of the Tilston Interval (Mississippian) of central North Dakota (abstract),in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 203.Madison Formation; Tilston interval; paleoenvironments; petroleum potential
Himebaugh, John P.1979Petroleum potential of the Tilston Interval (Mississippian) of central North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 152 p., illus.Madison Formation; Mississippian; Osagian; carbonates; evaporites; Tilston interval; petroleum; production; structure; Williston Basin; well logs; isopach map; stratigraphy; nomenclature; log characteristics; facies analyses; cross sections; paleoenvironments; lithology; paleontology; paleogeography; petroleum potential; paleogeomorphic trap; wedgeout trap; structural closure trap; updip facies change; porosity development; core descriptions; well sample description; thin section description
Hinds, J. S.1985Stratigraphic cross sections and correlation of lignites in the Sentinel Butte Member and upper part of the Tongue River Member of the Fort Union Formation between Amidon and Fryburg, North DakotaUSGS, Reston, VA, Miscellaneous Field Studies Maps, No., 1 Sheet
Hinds, J. S.1985Stratigraphic cross section and coal bed correlations of uppermost Cretaceous and Paleocene rocks between Painted Canyon and Davis Buttes, North DakotaUSGS, Reston, VA, Miscellaneous Field Studies Maps, No., 1 Sheet
Hinds, J. S.1983Structural-stratigraphic framework and correlation of coal beds in the Tongue River and Sentinel Butte members of the Fort Union Formation, Daglum 15-minute Quadrangle, Billings, Stark, and Slope counties, North DakotaUSGS, Reston, VA, Miscellaneous Field Maps, No., 1 Sheet, 1:62,500
Hinkley, T. K., Herring, J. R., and Ebens, R. J.1980Chemical character and practical pre-mining sampling needs, Fort Union Formation coal overburden rocksin, Carter, L. M., ed., Proceedings of the Fourth symposium on the geology of Rocky Mountain coal, 1980, Colorado Geological Survey, Denver, CO, pp. 45-49
Hinkley, Todd K., and Ebens, Richard J.1977Geochemistry of fine-grained rocks in cores of the Fort Union Formation,in Geochemical survey of the western energy regions, fourth annual progress report, July 1977: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 77-872, p. 169-172.Fort Union Formation; strip mining; spoil piles; hazards; weathering; geochemistry; trace elements
Hinkley, Todd K., and Ebens, Richard J.1976Mineralogy of fine-grained rocks in the Fort Union Formation,in Geochemical survey of the western energy regions, third annual progress report, July 1976: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 76-729, p. 10-13.Fort Union Formation; strip mining; spoil piles; weathering; hazards; toxic effects; Montana; North Dakota; Saskatchewan; mineral composition
Hitchner, J.2000Reservoir modeling using optimized digital well log data sets:Reservoir, v. 27, n. 4, p. 17.Africa; Canada; models; North Dakota; optimization; permeability; petroleum; exploration; prediction; reservoir rocks; resistivity; Saskatchewan; statistical analysis; well logging;
Ho, M.M.K.1967The effect of swelling on swelling pressure,in Asian Regional Conference Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, 3d, Haifa, 1967, Proceedings, V. 1, Division 1-7: Jerusalem, Israel, Jerusalem Academic Press, p. 90-93, illus.glacial Lake Agassiz; clays; expansive clays; engineering; analyses
Hobbs, H. C., and Bluemle, J. P.1987Geology of Ramsey County, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 71; ND State Water Commission County Groundwater Studies No. 26, Part I, 69 p.
Hobbs, Howard C.1975Glacial stratigraphy of northeastern North Dakota (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 42 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1976, v. 37, no. 2, p. 660B.Quaternary; lithostratigraphy; sediments; correlation; nomenclature; clastic sediments; composition; grain size; Dahlen Formation; Gardar Formation; Hansboro Formation; Vang Formation; Tiber Formation; Cando Formation; Pleistocene; glacial history
Hobbs, Howard C., Moran, S.R., and Camara, M.1975Glacial stratigraphy of eastern North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 29, pt. 1, p. 15.glacial sediments; Falconer Formation; Dahlen Formation; Gardar Formation; Pleistocene; Quaternary; lithostratigraphy; composition; textures; parent materials; deposition; glaciation
Hoda, Badrul1977Feasibility of subsurface waste disposal in the Newcastle Formation, Lower Dakota Group (Cret.), and Minnelusa Formation (Penn.), western North Dakota:Wayne State University M.S. thesis, 79 p., illus.stratigraphy; structure; groundwater flow; waste disposal; aquifers; lithofacies; lithology; salinity; water analyses
Hodek, D. K.1980A water chemistry study to determine the compatibility of Garrison diversion water with that of the Spiritwood AquiferProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 34, p. 44
Hoff, J. L.1987Cyclicity in the Mission Canyon and Lower Charles Formations of the central Williston Basinin, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, pp. 117-122
Hoff, J. L.1989Sedimentary depositional cyclicity, Mission Canyon and Charles formations (Mississippian), Williston Basin, North DakotaDoctoral, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 421 p.
Hoff, J. L.1990Cyclic lithofacies relationships in the Madison Group (Mississippian) of the Williston Basin; implications for depositional modelsGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 22, p. 14
Hoff, J. L., and LeFever, R. D.1987Cyclicity and lithofacies relationships in a carbonate and evaporite sequence, Mission Canyon and Charles Formations, Williston Basin, North DakotaSociety of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Annual Midyear Meeting abstracts, p. 36
Hoff, J. L., and LeFever, R. D.1987A proposed method for assessing depositional cyclicity in carbonate successionsGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 19, p. 204
Hoffman, D. R.1981Williston; reviving of a giant oil provinceOil and Gas Journal, V. 79, pp. 136-142
Hoffman, D. R.1980Williston Basin; reawakening of giant petroleum provinceAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 64, p. 723
Hoganson John W; Murphy Edward C2002Marine Breien Member (Maastrichtian) of the Hell Creek Formation in North Dakota; Stratigraphy, vertebrate fossil record, and age,in Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains; An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, p. 247-269. Archosauria; Arthropoda; assemblages; biodiversity; biostratigraphy; Breien Member; Cenozoic; Chordata; correlation; Cretaceous; Crocodilia; Crustacea; Diapsida; dinosaurs; Emmons County North Dakota; Grant County North Dakota; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; ichnofossils; Invertebrata; K T boundary; lithostratigraphy; lower Paleocene; Maestrichtian; Malacostraca; Mammalia; Mandibulata; marine environment; Mesozoic; Morton County; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; Ophiomorpha; Paleocene; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; Pisces; Reptilia; Senonian; Sioux County; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.1991The Highgate Mastodon ProjectNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1991, pp. 25-31
Hoganson, J. W.1993North Dakota's fossil resource management program and the private landownerProceedings of the Northern Plains Governor's Conference, Fossils for the Future, pp. 29-33
Hoganson, J. W.1992North Dakota's fossil resource management programNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, V. 19(2), pp. 13-15
Hoganson, J. W.1992The North Dakota Geological Survey fossil resource management program for the State of North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 46, p. 7
Hoganson, J. W.1991Petrified logs exhibited on capitol groundsNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1991, pp. 22-23
Hoganson, J. W.1988Little Badlands and Fitterer Ranch fossil sitesNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1988, pp. 22-29
Hoganson, J. W.1990New rules adopted to protect paleontological resources on state landsNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1990, pp. 37-42
Hoganson, J. W.1981Climatic changeNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1981, pp. 26-28
Hoganson, J. W.1982Fossil insect studiesNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1982, pp. 17-20
Hoganson, J. W.1984The Fitterer quarry: an unusual Oligocene mammal fossil occurrenceNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1984, pp. 1-6
Hoganson, J. W.1986Oligocene stratigraphy of North Dakotain, 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. 36-40
Hoganson, J. W.1994Stumpf Site registered as a North Dakota Natural Area:NDGS Newsletter, v. 21, n. 4, p. 7-10.amphibians; assemblages; bones; Breien Member; Cenozoic; Chordata; conservation; Cretaceous; crocodilians; dinosaurs; fish; Hell Creek Formation; invertebrates; Ludlow Member; mammals; Mandan; Mesozoic; mollusks; North Dakota; North Dakota Natural Area Registry; Paleocene; Paleogene; plants; programs; reptiles; Reptilia; Stumpf Natural Area; Stumpf Site; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; tetrapods; turtles; Vertebrata; vertebrates;
Hoganson, J. W.2000The first Corridor of Time exhibit, marine life during the Cretaceous featuring the restored Cooperstown Mosasaur skeleton, opens at the North Dakota Heritage Center:NDGS Newsletter, v. 27, n. 2, p. 11-14.North Dakota; exhibits; fossils; paleontology; Cretaceous;
Hoganson, J. W.2000Clarence Johnsrud family donates plant fossil collection and funds for a heritage center fossil exhibit and renovation of the new Geological Survey Paleontology Laboratory:NDGS Newsletter, v. 27, n. 1, p. 7-10.North Dakota; fossils; paleontology; exhibits; collections;
Hoganson, J. W., and Cvancara, A. M.1990Late Pleistocene (Illisnoisian?) molluscs from the Loraff Farm site near Milbank, northeastern South DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 44, p. 64
Hoganson, J. W., and Cvancara, A. M.1991Biochronologic and paleobiogeographic significance of fishes from the marine Cannonball Formation (Paleocene), North and South DakotaJournal of Vertebrate Paleontology, V. 11(3), p. 35A
Hoganson, J. W., and Cvancara, A. M.1989Vertebrate fauna of the Cannonball Sea; the last (Paleocene) transgression into central North AmericaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 21, p. 310
Hoganson, J. W., and Cvancara, A. M.1988Fossil sharks of North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1988, pp. 19-24
Hoganson, J. W., and Lammers, G. E.1985The vertebrate fauna and paleoecology of the Dickinson Member, Brule Formation (Oligocene) in Stark County, North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 39, p. 15
Hoganson, J. W., and Lammers, G. E.1992Vertebrate fossil record, age, and paleoenvironmental setting of the Brule Formation (Oligocene) in 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. 243-255
Hoganson, J. W., Erickson, J. M., and Getman, M. R. C.1994,Reptiles of the Timber Lake Member (Cretaceous; Maastrichtian), Fox Hills Formation, North Dakota:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 14, n. 3, Suppl., p. 29.ammonoids; Anapsida; Archosauria; Basilemys; biostratigraphy; biozones; Bowman County; Burleigh County; cephalopods; Chelonia; Chordata; Cretaceous; Crocodilia; Diapsida; dinosaurs; Emmons County; foraminifers; Fox Hills Formation; invertebrates; Leidyosuchus; Lepidosauria; Maestrichtian; Mesozoic; microfossils; mollusks; Mosasauridae; Mosasaurus dekayi; North Dakota; Plioplatecarpus; reptiles; Reptilia; Saurischia; Senonian; spinal column; Squamata; teeth; Tetrapoda; tetrapods; Theropoda; Timber Lake Membery; Vertebrata; vertebrates;
Hoganson, J. W., Erickson, J. M., and Holland, F. D. Jr.1996Vertebrate paleontology of the Timber Lake Member, Fox Hills Formation (Maastrichtian), North Dakota:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 16, n. 3, Suppl., p. 41.assemblages; biostratigraphy; Cretaceous; extinction; faunal list; fish; Fox Hills Formation; lagoonal environment; lithofacies; Maestrichtian; marine environment; Mesozoic; morphology; North Dakota; reptiles; Senonian; tetrapods; Timber Lake Member; vertebrates;
Hoganson, J. W., Hanson M., Halvorson, D. L., and Halverson, V.1996Mosasaur remains and associated vertebrate fossils from the Degrey Member (Campanian) of the Pierre Shale, Cooperstown site, Griggs County, east central North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, n. 4, p. 11-12.Campanian; Carcarias; Chordata; Cretaceous; Cretalamna appendiculata; DeGrey Member ; Diapsida; Enchodus; Griggs County; Lepidosauria; Mesozoic; Mosasauridae; North Dakota; Pierre Shale; Plioplatecarpus; Pseudocorax; Reptilia; Senonian; Sheyenne River valley; Squaliorax pristodontus; Squalus; Squamata; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J. W., Murphy, E. C., and Forsman, N. F.1990Stratigraphy, age and biochronology of the White River Group and Arikaree Formation in southwestern North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 22, p. 44
Hoganson, J. W., Murphy, E. C., and Forsman, N. F.1995Stratigraphy, vertebrate fossil record, and age of the Arikaree Formation in North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 3, p. 59.Arikaree Group; assemblages; Cenozoic; dates; Dunn County; Grant County; Hettinger County; Killdeer Mountains; lithostratigraphy; Miocene; Neogene; North Dakota; Oligocene; Paleogene; relative age; Slope County; Stark County; Tertiary; vertebrates;
Hoganson, J..W., Hanson, M., Halvorson, D. L., and Halvorson, V.1996Mosasaurs, sharks, and other marine creatures from the Cooperstown Pierre Shale site:NDGS Newsletter, v. 23, n. 2-3, p. 20-26.arthropods; birds; bones; bryozoans; Cenomanian; Chondrichthyes; Chordata; collecting; concretions; Cooperstown; coprolites; corals; Cretaceous; crustaceans; DeGrey Member; Diapsida; Elasmobranchii; fish; foraminifers; fossils; Gregory Member; Griggs County; Hesperornis; invertebrates; jaws; Lepidosauria; Mesozoic; microfossils; mollusks; Mosasauridae; North Dakota; occurrence; ostracods; paleoenvironment; Pierre Shale; Pisces; Plioplatecarpus; reconstruction; Reptilia; secondary structures; sedimentary structures; shells; Squamata; teeth; Tetrapoda; tetrapods; Vertebrata; vertebrates; Western Interior Seaway;
Hoganson, J.W.1998The selling of the Tyrannosaurus rex named "Sue"; its effect on North Dakota's Fossil Resource Management Program:NDGS Newsletter, v. 25, n. 2, p.14-17.Archosauria; Black Hills Institute; Bowman County; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Carnosauria; Chordata; collecting; computer networks; conservation; Diapsida; dinosaurs; Fossil Resource Management Programs; fossils; Internet; land use; legislation; marketing; Natural Areas Registry Program; natural resources; North Dakota; paleontology; private property; public lands; Reptilia; Saurischia; skeletons; Tetrapoda; Theropoda; Tyrannosauridae; Tyrannosaurus; Tyrannosaurus rex; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W.1998The Paul Broste Rock Museum reopens:NDGS Newsletter, v. 25, n. 3, p. 12-15. collections; fossils; geology; minerals; museums; North Dakota; Paul Broste Rock Museum; rocks;
Hoganson, J.W.1999Guide to the geology and prehistoric life of the Rendezvous Region:North Dakota Geological Survey Educational Series, unpaginated.areal geology; bedrock; Cavalier County; fossils; guidebook; lithostratigraphy; North Dakota; paleoclimatology; paleoecology; Pembina County; petrology; Rendezvous Region; road log;
Hoganson, J.W.1997Paleontological fieldwork on the Little Missouri Grassland with the United States Forest Service:NDGS Newsletter, v. 24, n. 4, p. 12-13.Anapsida; Archosauria; Ash Coulee Site; Billings County; carapaces; Cenozoic; Ceratopsia; Ceratopsidae; Chelonia; Chordata; Cretaceous; Crocodilia; Diapsida; dinosaurs; fossil localities; Hell Creek Formation; jaws; leaves; Leidyosuchus; Little Missouri Grassland; Lone Butte Site; McKenzie County; Mesozoic; Metasequoia; North Dakota; Ornithischia; Paleocene; Paleogene; Plantae; Plastomenus; Poker Jim Site; Reptilia; Sentinel Butte Formation; skulls; Slope County; teeth; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Titanoides; Triceratops; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W.2003Occurrence of the giant Ice Age bison, Bison latifrons, in North Dakota:NDGS Newsletter, v. 29, n. 2, p. 10-12. absolute age; Artiodactyla; Bison; Bison latifrons; bones; Bovidae; C-14; carbon; Cenozoic; Chordata; dates; Eutheria; horns; isotopes; Mammalia; Mountrail County; New Town, North Dakota; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Quaternary; radioactive isotopes; Ruminantia; skulls; Tetrapoda; Theria; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W.2003North Dakota rich in fossil resources,in Jaeger, A.A., ed., North Dakota Blue Book 2003-2005, p. 163-165.
Hoganson, J.W.2003Hell Creek Formation stratigraphy and paleontology at the Stumpf Site Natural Area, Morton County, south-central North Dakota,in Hartman, J.H., ed., Guidebook to the vertebrate paleontology of the High Plains; The late Mesozoic/Cenozoic record of North Dakota: Society of VErtebrate Paleontology 63rd Annual Meeting, St. Paul, Minnesota, October 15-18, p. 1-7.
Hoganson, J.W.2003Stratigraphy and paleontology of the White River Group, Little Badlands, Stark County, North Dakota,in Hartman, J.H., ed., Guidebook to the vertebrate paleontology of the High Plains; The late Mesozoic/Cenozoic record of North Dakota: Society of VErtebrate Paleontology 63rd Annual Meeting, St. Paul, Minnesota, October 15-18, p. 1-8?.
Hoganson, J.W.2000Additional evidence for the extinction of cartilaginous fish at the end of the Cretaceous from the marine Breien Member (Maastrichtian) of the Hell Creek Formation, North Dakota:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 20, n. 3, Suppl., p. 49.Breien Member; Cannonball Formation; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; Fox Hills Formation; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; Maestrichtian; Mesozoic; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Pisces; Reptilia; Senonian; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W.2005Massive 60-million-year-old tree stump and other geological exhibits featured at the new Long X Trading Post in Watford City:NDGS Newsletter, v. 32, n. 2, 2005, p. 21-24.North Dakota; exhibits; fossils; sites; Watford City; McKenzie County; wood; crocodile; lignite; Sentinel Butte Formation; Lone Butte; Dakota Prairie Grasslands;
Hoganson, J.W. and Hartman, J.H.2004Paleontologists tour North Dakota's internationally significant fossil sites in association with 2003 annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology:NDGS Newsletter, v. 30, n. 2, p. 9-15. Chordata; exploration; field trips; North Dakota; Society of Vertebrate Paleontology; United States; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W. and Murphy, E.C.2002Marine Breien Member (Maastrichtian) of the Hell Creek Formation in North Dakota: Stratigraphy, vertebrate fossil record, and age,in, Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains: An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, p. 247-269. North Dakota; Breien Member; Hell Creek Formation; Cretaceous; stratigraphy; fossils; paleontology; age; marine facies; Maastrichtian;
Hoganson, J.W., and Erickson, J.M.2004Paleoecological implications of the Fox Hills Formation (Maastrichtian) reptilian and amphibian fauna from south central North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 36, n. 4, p. 80. Ammonites; Ammonoidea; Amphibia; Archosauria; Arthropoda; assemblages; biozones; Cephalopoda; Chordata; Cretaceous; Crustacea; depositional environment; Diapsida; dinosaurs; fluvial environment; Fox Hills Formation; Hell Creek Formation; Invertebrata; Lacertilia; lacustrine environment; Lepidosauria; Maestrichtian; Mandibulata; marine environment; Mesozoic; Missouri River Valley; Mollusca; Mosasauridae; North Dakota; paleoecology; paleogeography; Reptilia; Saurischia; sedimentary rocks; Senonian; Squamata; terrestrial environment; Tetrabranchiata; Tetrapoda; Theropoda; Upper Cretaceous; Vertebrata; Western Interior Seaway;
Hoganson, J.W., and Hartman, J.H.2003Paleontologists tour North Dakota's internationally significant fossil sites in association with the 2003 annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology: NDGS Newsletter, v. 30, n. 2, p. 9-15.North Dakota; paleontology; fossils; meetings; Stumpf Site Natural Area; Judson Site; Little Badlands Site; Mud Buttes Site; Medicine Pole Hills Site; Brown Ranch Site; Painted Canyon Overlook;
Hoganson, J.W., and Murphy, E.C.2003Geology of the Lewis and Clark trail in North Dakota:Missoula, MT, Mountain Press Publishing Company, 265 p.North Dakota; Lewis and Clark Trail; history; Missouri River valley; burning coal veins; petrified trees; cannonball concretions; fossils; dinosaurs; geologic features; Knife River flint; areal geology; biostratigraphy; Burleigh County; Dunn County; Emmons County; extinction; Great Plains; guidebook; history; hydrology; Lewis and Clark Trail; lithostratigraphy; mapping; McKenzie County; McLean County; Mercer County; Missouri River; Morton County; Mountrail County; North Dakota; Oliver County; paleoclimatology; rivers and streams; Sioux County; water resources; Williams County; Williston Basin;
Hoganson, J.W., and Murphy, E.C.1999The marine Breien Member of the Hell Creek Formation; Stratigraphy, vertebrate paleontology, and biochronology:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 71.Ammonites; Ammonoidea; assemblages; bentonite; biochronology; Breien Member; burrows; Cenozoic; Cephalopoda; Chordata; clastic rocks; Cretaceous; Fox Hills Formation; Hell Creek Formation; Invertebrata; Ludlow Member; Maestrichtian; Mesozoic; Mollusca; mudstone; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Pisces; sandstone; sea level changes; sedimentary rocks; Senonian; teeth; Tertiary; Tetrabranchiata; thickness; transgression; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W., Campbell, J.M., and Murphy, E.C.1994Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation, Stumpf Site, Morton County, North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 48, p. 95.North Dakota; Professional Communications; stratigraphy; paleontology; Cretaceous; Hell Creek Formation; Stumpf Site; Morton County; Missouri River trench; K-T boundary; lithology; depositional environments; fauna; Breien Member; Breien sandstone; marine; vertebrates; invertebrates; fossils; dinosaurs; plants; sharks; ratfish; shoreline;
Hoganson, J.W., Campbell, J.M., Hanson, M., and Halvorson, D.L.1999Plioplatecarpus (Reptilia, Mosasauridae) and associated vertebrate and invertebrate fossils from the Pierre Shale (Campanian), Cooperstown site, Griggs County, North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p.119-123.North Dakota; Cooperstown; Western Interior Seaway; Plioplatecarpus; reptilia; mosasauridae; vertebrates; fossils; Pierre Shale; Griggs County, stratigraphy; paleontology; Gregory Member; invertebrates; DeGrey Member; biochronology; paleoecology; paleobiogeography;
Hoganson, J.W., Erickson, J.M., and Holland, F.D., Jr.1995Cartilaginous fishes from the Fox Hills Formation (Cretaceous:Maastrichtian), North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 49, p. 60.North Dakota; Symposium; fossils; fish; Fox Hills Formation; Cretaceous; Maastrichtian; marine environments; lagoonal environments; vertebrates; fauna; cartilaginous; seaway;
Hoganson, J.W., Erickson, J.M., Cvancara, A.M., and Holland, F.D. Jr.1997Terminal Cretaceous extinction event documented by marine cartilaginous fishes from the Fox Hills (Maastrichtian) and Cannonball (Danian/ Thanetian) formations, North Dakota:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v.17, n.3, Suppl., p.53.assemblages; Cannonball Formation; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; Danian; extinction; Fox Hills Formation; K-T boundary; Maestrichtian; marine environment; Mesozoic; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoecology; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; Pisces; regression; sea level changes; Senonian; shallow water environment; stratigraphic boundary; teeth; Tertiary; Thanetian; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W., Erickson, J.M., Cvancara, A.M., and Holland, F.D., Jr.1997Terminal Cretaceous extinction event documented by marine cartilaginous fishes from the Fox Hills (Maastrichtian) and Cannonball (Danian/ Thanetian) formations, North Dakota:Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 17, n. 3, Suppl., p. 53.assemblages; Cannonball Formation; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; Danian; extinction; fossils; Fox Hills Formation; K-T boundary; Maestrichtian; marine environments; Mesozoic; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoecology; paleoenvironments; Paleogene; Pisces; regression; sea level changes; Senonian; shallow water environments; stratigraphic boundary; teeth; Tertiary; Thanetian; Vertebrata;
Hoganson, J.W., Hanson,M., Halvorson, D.L., and Halvorson, V.1996Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Pierre Shale (Campanian), Cooperstown Site, Griggs County, North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 50, p. 34.North Dakota; Professional Communications; stratigraphy; Paleontology; Pierre Shale; Campanian; Cooperstown Site; Griggs County; Sheyenne River Valley; Gregory Member; DeGrey Member; glacial drift; erratics; contact; fossils; invertebrates; concretions; bentonite; vertebrate; mosasaurs; sharks; fish;
Hoganson, J.W., Murphy, E. C., and Forsman, N. F.1995Lithostratigraphy and biochronology of the Chadron and Brule formations in southwestern North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 3, p. 59.biostratigraphy; Brule Formation; Bullion Creek Formation; Cenozoic; Chadron Formation; Chalky Buttes Member; Eocene; Golden Valley Formation; lithostratigraphy; mammals; North Dakota; Oligocene; Orellan; Paleocene; Paleogene; relative age; Sentinel Butte Formation; Tertiary; tetrapods; vertebrates; Whitneyan;
Hoganson, J.W., Murphy, E.C., and Forsman, N.F.1998Lithostratigraphy, paleontology, and biochronology of the Chadron, Brule, and Arikaree formations in North Dakotain, Terry, D.O., LaGarry, H.E., and Hunt, R.M., Jr., eds., Depositional environments, lithostratigraphy, and biostratigraphy of the White River and Arikaree groups (late Eocene to early Miocene, North America): Geological Society of America Special Paper 325, p. 105-196.Arikaree Group; biochronology; biostratigraphy; Brule Formation; carbonate rocks; Cenozoic; Chadron Formation; Chalky Buttes; Chordata; clastic rocks; claystone; correlation; Killdeer Mountains; limestone; lithostratigraphy; Little Badlands; Miocene; mudstone; Neogene; nomenclature; North Dakota; Oligocene; Paleogene; sandstone; sedimentary rocks; Tertiary; unconformities; Vertebrata; White River Group;
Hoganson, John W.1978Microfacies analysis and depositional environments of the Duperow Formation (Frasnian) in the North Dakota part of the Williston Basin,in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 131-144, illus.stratigraphy; nomenclature; isopach map; Devonian; paleoenvironments; lithology; paleontology; sedimentation; depositional history
Hoganson, John W.2002Occurrence of the giant Ice Age bison, Bison latifrons, in North Dakota:NDGS Newsletter, v. 29, n. 2, p. 10-12.North Dakota; bison; Bison latifrons; Ice Age; Pleistocene; mammals; fossils; restoration; exhibits; paleontology; Lake Sakakawea; New Town; Fort Berthold Reservation;
Hoglund, R.V.1975Cedar Creek (Natural gas field), in Energy Resources of Montana: Montana Geological Society 22nd annual publication, p. 55-59, illus.Cedar Creek Anticline; natural gas; discovery well; reservoir rock; reservoir data; production
Holden, C.1984Day of reckoning for the Garrison ProjectScience, V. 225, pp. 904-906
Holland, F. D., Jr.1993First aid to dinosaurs from Marshall Lambertin, Kihm, A. J., and Hartman, J. H., eds., The Marshall Lambert Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 12-13
Holland, F. D., Jr.1985Subsurface paleontological research at the University of North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 39, p. 10
Holland, F. D., Jr., Hayes, M. D., Thrasher, L. C., and Huber, T. P.1987Summary of the biostratigraphy of the Bakken Formation (Devonian and Mississippian) in the Williston Basin, North Dakotain, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, pp. 68-76
Holland, F.D. Jr.1997A North Dakota Triceratops skull,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.51-60.Archosauria; Ceratopsia; Ceratopsidae; Chordata; cladistics; Cretaceous; Diapsida; dimensions; dinosaurs; Hell Creek Formation; Mesozoic; morphology; North Dakota; Ornithischia; Reptilia; skulls; Slope County; synonymy; Tetrapoda; Triceratops; Triceratops horridus; Triceratops prorsus; Vertebrata;
Holland, F.D., Jr.1966To the memory of Arthur Gray Leonard: 1865-1932:North Dakota Quarterly, v. 34, Spring issue, p. 29-31.biography; Arthur Gray Leonard
Holland, F.D., Jr., and Feldmann, R.M.1967A new species of cassiduloid echinoid from the Fox Hills Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of North Dakota:Journal of Paleontology, v. 41, no. 1, p. 252-255, illus.Fox Hills Formation; Cretaceous; echinoids; paleontology; new species
Holland, F.D., Jr., and Feldmann, R.M.1965Lobsters from the Cannonball Formation (Paleocene) of North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Special Paper 82, p. 94.Cannonball Formation; Paleocene; lobsters; new species; new genus; paleontology; nephropsidae
Holland, F.D., Jr., and Feldmann, Rodney M.1963Upper Cretaceous echinoids from North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, 1963, v. 17, p. 85-86.echinoderms; Cretaceous; Pierre Shale; Fox Hills Formation; paleontology
Holland, F.D., Jr., and Klosterman, M. Jo1977Paleontologic sites in North Dakota (through 1976):North Dakota Regional Environmental Assessment Program, REAP Reports 77-3, 29 p.paleontology; bibliography
Holland, F.D., Jr., and Tuthill, S.J.1961Guidebook to the geology of southeastern Minnesota and northeastern Iowa and routes between Grand Forks, North Dakota and Dubuque, Iowa:University of North Dakota, Geology Department Guidebook 2, prepared by Beta Zeta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 160 p., illus.This includes numerous papers which are cited under the individual authors.
Holland, F.D., Jr., Crawford, J.W., And Archbold, M.F.1966Triceratops in North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, 1965, v. 19, p. 223-224.vertebrate paleontology; Hell Creek Formation; Slope County; dinosaurs; Cretaceous
Holland, F.D., Jr., Erickson, J.M., and O'Brien, Douglas E.1975Casterolimulus; a new late Cretaceous generic link in limulid lineage:Bulletins of American Paleontology, v. 67, no. 287, p. 235-249, illus.paleontology; Cretaceous; Emmons County; Fox Hills Formation; evolution; phylogeny; taxonomy; morphology; paleoecology; estuaries; new taxa; crabs
Holland, F.D., Jr.., And Clayton, Lee1960Guidebook to the geology of the Black Hills and route between Grand Forks and Rapid City:University of North Dakota, Geology Department Guidebook 1, prepared by Beta Zeta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 107 p. illus.This includes numerous papers which are cited under the individual authors.
Holland, Frank D., Jr.1957Guidebook for geologic field trip in the Williston area, North Dakota-geology month in scouting, October, 1957:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 6, 21 p., illus. incl. state geol. map (scale 1:2,500,000).The field trip includes the oil fields and geomorphological history of the Williston-Watford City area. A road log and a description of the features along the trip route are included.
Holland, Frank D., Jr.1957Guidebook for geologic field trip in the Jamestown area, North Dakota-geology month in scouting, October, 1957:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 7, 16 p., illus. incl. state geol. map (scale 1:2,500,000).The field trip is designed to show as many different geologic phenomena as possible in the Jamestown area. Emphasis is placed on features associated with the Altamont moraine. The report contains a road log and discussion of the features along the trip route.
Holland, Frank D., Jr.1957Guidebook for geologic field trip, Grand Forks to Park River-geology month in scouting, October, 1957:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 9, 7 p.The report contains a road log and description of the geologic features in the area. The route begins in the Lake Agassiz basin, travels west to the beach ridges, and then north along the beach ridges.
Holland, Frank D., Jr.1957Guidebook for geologic field trip, Fargo to Valley City-geology month in scouting, October, 1957:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 8, 4p.The route of the field trip follows U. S. Highway 10. The report contains a road log and description of the geologic features of the area.
Holland, Frank D., Jr.1957Guidebook for geologic field trip in the Dickinson area, North Dakota-geology month in scouting, October, 1957:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 5, 18 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:125,000).The field trip is designed to show as many different geologic phenomena as possible in the Dickinson area. The trip includes the Little Badlands. The report contains a road log and description of the geologic features along the trip route.
Holland, Frank D., Jr.1957Guidebook for geologic field trip in the Bismarck-Mandan area, North Dakota-geology month in scouting, October, 1957:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 4, 19 p., illus. incl. state geol. map (scale 1:2,500,000).The field trip is designed to show as many different geologic phenomena as possible within driving distance of Bismarck-Mandan. The report contains a road log and description of the geologic features of the area.
Holland, Frank D., Jr.1964Beta Zeta Chapter (Sigma Gamma Epsilon), and the Department of Geology at the University of North Dakota:Compass, v. 41, no. 2, p. 91-96, illus.history; North Dakota; Geology Department
Holland, Frank D., Jr., and Cvancara, Alan M.1958Crabs from the Cannonball Formation (Paleocene) of North Dakota:Jour. Paleontology, v. 32, no. 3, p. 495-505, illus.; reprinted, 1958: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Misc. Ser. no. 11, 11 p., illus.; correction, 1959: Jour. Paleontology, v. 33, no. 1, p. 194.The article is based on a study of more than 50 specimens collected in southern Morton and Burleigh Counties. The new genus Carnarocarcinus is described with the new species C. arnesoni as the type species. Another new species, Ranina (?) burleighensis is also described.
Holland, Frank D., Jr., and Cvancara, Alan M.1955Crabs from the Cannonball Formation (Paleocene) of North Dakota (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 66, no. 12, p. 1574.The preservation of the crabs is described. The associated fauna of the Cannonball Formation is listed.
Holland, Frank D., Jr., and Waldren, Charles H.1955Conodonts in the Winnipeg Formation (Ordovician) of North Dakota (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 66, no. 12, p. 1574.Thirteen species (one new) in six genera were identified from the basal sandstone unit of the Winnipeg "Formation." The conodont fauna is evidence for an age of Blackriverian or Chazyan for the basal sandstone unit.
Holland,F.D., Jr.1961The status of paleontology in North Dakota:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 15, p. 45-63; reprinted: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 14, 19 p.paleontology; history; surveys
Hollevoet, R.A.1997The Devils Lake Basin: Troubled waters:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 51, p. 6-9.Symposium; North Dakota; physiography; changes; wetlands; water quality; drainage; water management; environmental issues;
Holly, F. M., Jr., Yang, J. C., and Karim, M. F.1984Computer-based prognosis of Missouri River bed degradation refinement of computational proceduresIIHR Report, V. 281, p. 139
Holmes, David A., and Archambault, David1999Adobe/ earthen construction on the northern plains; Empowering Standing Rock Sioux housing choices,in, Johnson, Kenneth S., ed., Proceedings of the 34th forum on the Geology of industrial minerals, 1998: Oklahoma Geological Survey Circular 102, p. 197-208.adobe; aggregate; civil engineering; clastic sediments; clays; construction materials; earthworks; Fort Yates, South Dakota; gravel deposits; history; North Dakota; sands; sediments; silt; soil mechanics; South Dakota; Standing Rock Indian Reservation;
Holmes, L. C., Dunn, J. E., Hard, H. A., Anderson, A. C., Rommel, Wm., and Boucher, A. C.1914Soil survey of Barnes County, North Dakota:U. S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Soils, Advance Sheets-Field Operations of the Bur. Soils, 1912, 47 p., illus. soil map (scale 1:63,360).Each type of soil present in the county is mapped and described as to its physical characteristics and its agricultural value.
Holroyd, P.A., and Hutchison, J.H.2002Patterns of geographic variation in latest Cretaceous vertebrates; Evidence from the turtle component:in Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains; An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, p. 177-190. Anapsida; biogeography; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic-; Chelonia; Chordata; Cretaceous; Ferrism Formation; Great Plains; Hanna Basin; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; LanceFormation; lithostratigraphy; Marmarth, North Dakota; Mesozoic; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoecology; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; Reptilia; Slope County; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata; Williston Basin; Wyoming;
Holroyd, P.A., and Hutchison, J.H.1999Patterns of geographic variation in latest Cretaceous vertebrates; Evidence from the testudine component:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 73.aquatic environment; biogeography; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; depositional environments; fluvial environments; Great Plains; habitat; K-T boundary; Lance Formation; Mesozoic; models; Montana; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; Paleocene; paleoecology; Paleogene; productivity; regression; Reptilia; sea level changes; species diversity; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environments; Tertiary; Testudinata; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata; Wyoming;
Holtz, W. G.1946Laboratory test on earth materials from the proposed foundation and borrow areas, Heart Butte Dam, Heart Butte Project, North Dakota:U. S. Bur. Reclamation, Eng. and Geol. Control and Research Div., Lab. Rept. EM-88, 52 p., illus.Mechanical analyses, permeability-consolidation tests, and pore pressure-consolidation tests were conducted on the foundation materials. Compaction test, percolation tests, consolidation tests, and triaxial shear tests were conducted on the borrow materials. The results are summarized and discussed.
Holtzman, Richard C.1978Late Paleocene mammals of the Tongue River Formation, western North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 65, 88 p., illus.McLean County; Grant County; Morton County; Fort Union Group; Hell Creek Formation; Ludlow Formation; Cannonball Formation; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Golden Valley Formation; geology; fossil localities; paleontology; mammals; paleoecology; new species; Paleocene; biostratigraphy
Holtzman, Richard C.1976Late Paleocene mammals of the Tongue River Formation, North Dakota (University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation, 235 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1977, v. 37, no. 10, p. 4955B.McLean County; Grant County; Morton County; Fort Union Group; Hell Creek Formation; Ludlow Formation; Cannonball Formation; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Golden Valley Formation; geology; fossil localities; paleontology; mammals; paleoecology; new species; Paleocene; biostratigraphy
Holtzman, Richard C., and Wolberg, D.L.1977The Microcosmodontinae and Microcosmodon woodi, new multituberculata taxa (Mammalia) from the late Paleocene of North America:Science Museum of Minnesota Scientific Publications, new series, v. 4, no. 1, 13 p., illus.vertebrate paleontology; Tongue River Formation; Fort Union Formation; Grant County; North Dakota; South Dakota; Wyoming; Montana; new taxa; mammals; Tertiary; Paleocene
Holweger, T.L.1995Characterization of Sentinel Butte petrified wood and host lithology associations:Bachelor's. Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota, 50 p.Cenozoic; fossil wood; fossilization; gymnosperm flora; host rocks; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; permineralization; plants; Sentinel Butte Formation; silica; silicification; Tertiary; trees;
Hopkins, D. G.1987Soil survey of the organized irrigation districts of McHenry County, North Dakota:Fargo, ND, North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, 81 p.soil surveys; maps; North Dakota; McHenry County;
Hopkins, D. G., Sweeney, M. D., and Richardson, J. L.1991Dispersive erosion and Entisol-panspot genesis in sodium-affected landscapesSoil Science Society of America Journal, V. 55, pp. 171-177
Hopkins, D. G., Sweeney, M. D., Kirkby, D. R., and Richardson, J. L.1991Effects of revegetation on surficial salinity in panspot soilsJournal of Range Management, V. 44, pp. 215-220
Hopkins, D.G.1997Hydrologic and abiotic constraints on soil genesis and natural vegetation patterns in the Sandhills of North Dakota.Doctoral dissertation. Fargo, ND, North Dakota State University, 253 p.aquifers; deposition; discharge; erosion; evapotranspiration; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrology; landscapes; monitoring; morphology; movement; North Dakota; Paleosols; pedogenesis; prairies; recharge; runoff; salinity; Sand Hills; soils; textures; vegetation; water table; wetlands;
Hopkins, D.G., and Franzen, D.W.2003Argillic horizons in stratified drift; Luverne end moraine, eastern North Dakota:Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 67, n. 6, p. 1790-1796. Alta Ridge; argillic horizons; Barnes County; Cenozoic; classification; clastic sediments; clay films; drift; experimental studies; field studies; geomorphologic controls; Holocene; horizons; illuviation; laboratory studies; leaching; Luverne Moraine; micromorphology; North Dakota; parent materials; pedogenesis; Quaternary; rates; sediments; soil profiles; soil surveys; soils; stratification; surveys; Valley City, North Dakota;
Hopkins, D.G., and Norvell, W.A.2000Geochemical evaluation of the Dahlen and Hansboro formations in northeastern North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, n. 7, p. 222. agriculture; background level; bioaccumulation; cadmium; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; Dahlen Formation; drift; evaluation; geochemical surveys; geochemistry; growth; Hansboro Formation; horizons; lithostratigraphy; metals; North Dakota; nutrients; parent materials; Pleistocene; Quaternary; sediments; soils; surveys; till; trace elements; trace metals;
Hopkins, D.G., Richardson, J.L.1999Detecting a salinity plume in an unconfined sandy aquifer and assessing secondary soil salinization using electromagnetic induction techniques, North Dakota, USA:Hydrogeology Journal, v. 7, n. 4, p. 380-392.alluvium aquifers; aquifers; artesian waters; Cass County; chloride ion; chlorine; concentrations; detection; electromagnetic induction; environmental analysis; environmental effects; geochemistry; ground water; halogens; hydrochemistry; land use; North Dakota; plumes; pollution; Ransom County; Richland County; salinity; salt water intrusion; Sargent County; Sheyenne Delta Aquifer; soils; unconfined aquifers;
Hoppe, K.A.2003Paleobiological and paleoenvironmental implications of isotopic analyses of prehistoric Bison from Wyoming:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, n. 6, p. 421. archaeological sites; Artiodactyla; biochemistry; Bison; bones; Bovidae; C-13 C-12; carbon; Cenozoic; Chordata; diet; Eutheria; geochemistry; Great Plains; Holocene; isotope ratios; isotopes; Mammalia; modern analogs; Montana; North Dakota; O-18 O-16; oxygen; paleobiology; paleoecology; paleoenvironment; Quaternary; Ruminantia; South Dakota; stable isotopes; teeth; Tetrapoda; Theria; vegetation; Vertebrata; Wyoming;
Hopper, T. H., and Walster, H. L.1924The chemical composition of the soils of Cass County, pt. 2 of Soil survey of Cass County, North Dakota:U. S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Chemistry and Soils, Series 1924, no. 29, 80 p., illus. incl. soil maps (scale 1:63,360).The chemical composition of each soil type is tabulated. Discussion and comparisons of some types are included.
Horak, W. F.1988Review of mechanisms, methods, and theory for determining recharge to shallow aquifers in North DakotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 88-4122, 54 p.
Horak, W. F.1983Water resources of the Rattlesnake Butte area, a site of potential lignite mining in west-central North DakotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 83-4228, 53 p., 2 Sheets
Horak, W. F.1982Hydrogeology of Rattlesnake Butte areaUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1275, p. 105
Horak, W. F.1983Hydrology of the Wibaux-Beach lignite deposit area, eastern Montana and western North DakotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 83-4157, 89 p., 1 Sheet
Horak, W. F.1982Hydrogeology and geochemistry of the Wibaux-Beach lignite deposit area, eastern Montana and western North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 36, p. 39
Horak, W. F.1981Aquifer evaluations, North DakotaUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1175, p. 227
Horak, W. F.1981Test drilling and aquifer evaluation in Rattlesnake Butte areaUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1175, p. 137
Horak, W. F., and Crosby, O. A.1985Geohydrologic reconnaissance of the Avoca lignite deposit area near Williston, northwestern North DakotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 85-4024, 22 p., 1 Sheet
Horberg, Leland1949Intersecting minor ridges on the Lake Agassiz plain, North Dakota (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 60, p. 1970.It is proposed that the ridges represent frozen-ground structures developed during the retreat of the ice. The ridges are well developed in eastern Pembina County.
Horberg, Leland1951Intersecting minor ridges and periglacial features in the Lake Agassiz Basin, North Dakota:Jour. Geology, v. 59, no. 1, p. 1-18, illus.The ridges and other related features are described and illustrated. The possible origin of the ridges is discussed.
Horner, R.B., and Hasegawa, H.S.1978The seismotectonics of southern Saskatchewan:Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 15, no. 8, p. 1341-1355, illus.Saskatchewan; Montana; North Dakota; earthquakes; Williston Basin; faults; plate tectonics; lineations
Horner, T. C.1986Depositional environments, diagenesis and porosity relationships in the Mission Canyon Formation, Elkhorn Ranch Field, Billings County, North DakotaMaster's, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 114 p.
Hornford, H.T.1985An analysis of the petroleum geology of the Bakken Formation of the Williston Basin of Western Canada:Geological Survey of Canada Open-File Report No. 1123, 10 p.Alberta; Bakken Formation; Canada; Carboniferous; clastic rocks; clastic sediments; Devonian; fluid dynamics; index maps; isopach maps; Manitoba; maps; mud; North Dakota; Paleozoic; petroleum; resistivity; salinity; sandstone; Saskatchewan; sedimentary rocks; sediments; shale; Williston-Basin;
Horvitz, E. P., and Ma, S.1988Hydrocarbons in near-surface sand: a geochemical survey of the Dolphin Field in North DakotaAssociation of Petroleum Geochemical Explorationists Bulletin, V. 4, pp. 30-46
Hostettler, F.D., and Kvenvolden, K.A.2002Forensic implications of spilled oil biodegradation in anaerobic environments:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34. n. 6, p. 289. aliphatic hydrocarbons; alkanes; anaerobic environment; Beltrami County, Minnesota; Bemidji, Minnesota; biodegradation; case studies; characterization; forensic geology; geochemistry; hydrocarbons; isoprenoids; Mandan, Minnesota; Minnesota; n-alkanes; oil spills; organic compounds; pollution; Mandan, North Dakota; weathering;
Hough, Henry W.1952Williston Basin surges ahead:Rocky Mountain Oil Reporter, v. 9, no. 3, p. 6-7, 28-31, 34-35, illus.petroleum industry; Williston Basin; history
Howard, Arthur D.1958Drainage evolution in northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota:Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 69, no. 5, p. 575-588, illus.It is suggested that the Missouri, Yellowstone, and Little Missouri rivers were diverted in Kansan time and the Little Missouri again in Wisconsin time.
Howard, Arthur D.1956Till-pebble isopleth maps of parts of Montana and North Dakota:Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 67, no. 9, p. 1199-1206, illus.The maps show the areal distribution of pebbles of different rock types in till. The part of North Dakota included in the study is the Williston area.
Howard, Arthur D.1950Till isopleth map of northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 61, no. 12, p. 1525.The limestone-dolomite pebble content of the surface tills of the area are represented on an isopleth map. The study is discussed. No map is presented with the abstract.
Howard, Arthur D.1947Evaluation of caliche-coated pebbles in glacial chronology (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 58, no. 12, p. 1194-1195.The study reported by A. D. Howard (1946) was continued. The results remained negative.
Howard, Arthur D.1946Caliche in glacial chronology (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 57, no. 12, p. 1204.Studies in northwestern North Dakota and northeastern Montana were conducted to determine the value of the thickness of caliche on pebbles in determining the age of glacial drift.
Howard, Arthur D.1947Glacial drifts of northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 58, no. 12, p. 1195.Four glacial drifts were tentatively identified in the study area
Howard, Arthur D.1965Pseudo superglacial till:Science, v. 148, no. 3676, p. 1461-1462, illus.till; Williston area; glacial deposits; northwestern North Dakota
Howard, Arthur D.1960Cenozoic history of northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 326, 107 p., illus. including a glacial map, scale 1:316,800.geologic map; till analyses; geomorphology; geology; Tertiary; Fort Union Formation; Golden Valley Formation; White River Formation; Rimroad Gravel; Flaxville Gravel; stratigraphy; structure; Quaternary; Cartwright Gravel; Crane Creek Gravel; lithology; glacial deposits; geologic age determination; glacial drift; terraces; eolian deposits; geologic history; drainage changes
Howard, Arthur D., Gott, Garland B., and Lindvall, Robert M.1946Late Wisconsin terminal moraine in northwestern North Dakota (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 57, no. 12, p. 1204-1205.The Altamont moraine and its relation to the Fort Union beds is discussed.
Howells, L.1982Geohydrology of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, North and South DakotaHydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-0644
Howells, W. C., Irwin, J. S., and Ballard, Norval1943Regional geology of Dakota Basin (discussion):Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 27, no. 1, p. 90-91.Two brief discussions of the article by the same title by Norval Ballard (1942) are presented with a reply by Ballard. Attention is focused on the northwestward extension of the Williston basin.
Hower, J. C., Anderson, K. B., Mackay, G., Pinheiro, H., Flores, D., and Lemos de Sousa, M. J.1995Interlaboratory comparisons of petrography of liquefaction residues from three Argonne Premium coals:Organic Geochemistry, v. 22, n. 1, p. 27-32.Argonne premium coal; Beulah Zap Lignite; bituminous coal; Carboniferous; coal; experimental studies; lignite; liquefaction; macerals; North Dakota; organic residues; Paleozoic; Pennsylvanian; petrography; Pocahontas Formation; sedimentary rocks; Stockton Formation; analysis; volatiles; West Virginia;
Howes, Merwin H.1963Mineral resources and their potential on Indian Lands-Standing Rock Reservation, Sioux County, North Dakota, and Corson County, South Dakota:U.S. Bureau of Mines Preliminary Report 147, 22 p., illus.Standing Rock Indian Reservation; history; geography; geology; geologic map; mineral resources; mineral industry; sand and gravel; gem stones; stone; clay deposits; lignite; clinker (scoria) deposits; stratigraphy; lithology; manganese-iron concretions; uranium; oil and gas; terraces
Howey, R.L., Farris, C., Glatt, F., Hauff, F., Lahlum, S., Larson, S., Neubauer, L., and Wahl, F.1974Soil survey of Ward County, North Dakota:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (SuDoc no. A57.38:W21.2) 92 p., illus. including soil maps, scale 1:20,000.soils; distribution; morphology; genesis; classification; utilization; management; air photos; soil maps
Huang, Yue-C.1988Thermal history model of the Williston BasinMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 117 p.
Hubbard Trent D; Reid John R; Beaver Frank W2002Flute forming conditions in Alberta and North Dakota; a comparison using ice sheet reconstructions and field techniques:Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, n. 6, p. 505. Alberta; bedding plane irregularities; British Columbia; Canada; equations; experimental studies; field studies; flute casts; glacial extent; glacial geology; ice sheets; Kiwa Glacier valley; laboratory studies; Martin Moraine; North Dakota; reconstruction; Saskatchewan Glacier valley; sedimentary structures; sediments; shear stress; strength; techniques; textures; topography;
Hubbard, D. E., Richardson, J. L., and Malo, D. D.1988Glaciated prairie wetlands; soils, hydrology, and land-use implicationsin, Kusler, J. A., Niering, W., and Novitzki, R. P., eds., Proceedings of the National wetland symposium; Wetland hydrology, September 16-18, 1987, Chicago, IL, Association of State Wetland Managers, Berne, NY, pp. 137-143
Hubbard, T.D., and Reid, J.R.1997Knickpoint analysis of streams in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Nebraska:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 29, n. 6, p. 345.Bad River; Cannonball River; Cenozoic; fluvial features; geophysical profiles; gravity anomalies; gravity profiles; Keya Paha River; knickpoints; Nebraska; neotectonics; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Ponca Creek; Quaternary; South Dakota; spreadsheets; streams; tectonics; White River;
Hubbard, T.D., and Reid, J.R.1997Knickpoint analysis of streams in North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 51, p. 200.North Dakota; Professional Communications; Nebraska; streams; knickpoints; Pleistocene; tectonic activity; gravity anomaly; profiles; GPS; surveys;
Huber, M.2001Global climate change; A glance in the rearview mirror:Geotimes, v. 46, n. 12, p. 14-19. biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Chordata; climate change; Dinoflagellata; dinosaurs; Foraminifera; global change; Invertebrata; isotope ratios; isotopes; Mesozoic; microfossils; North Dakota; O18/O16; oxygen; paleoclimatology; palynomorphs; popular geology; Protista; reconstruction; Reptilia; South America; stable isotopes; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Huber, T. P.1986Conodont biostratigraphy of the Bakken and lower Lodgepole formations (Devonian and Mississippian), Williston Basin, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 274 p.
Huff, G. F., and Wald, J. D.1989Geochemistry of artificial-recharge tests in the Oakes Aquifer near Oakes, southeastern North DakotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 89-4122, 74 p.
Hung, Y.T., Gullicks, R.E., Fossum, G.O., and Hwang, C.P.1977Use of fly ash and volcanic ash in waste treatment for phosphorus removal (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, Abstracts, v. 31, pt. 1, p. 13; paper, 1978: North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings Papers, v. 31, pt. 2, p. 58-74, illus.volcanic ash; chemical analyses; waste water treatment; lignite ash
Hunke, N. T.1989Hydrogeological and hydrogeochemical evaluation of a proposed flue gas cleanup dry waste disposal pit near Beulah, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 200 p.
Hunt, John B.1963Gravity maps of central North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 40, 4 sheets, scale approx. 1:125,000, text.McHenry County; Pierce County; McLean County; Sheridan County; gravity studies; maps
Hunt, John B.1962Gravity maps of north-central North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 39, 2 sheets, scale approx. 1:125,000, text.Bottineau County; Renville County; Rolette County; Ward County; McHenry County; Pierce County; gravity studies; maps
Hunter, J., Pearson, D., and Hartman, J.2003Additions to the Puercan mammals of North Dakota and a framework for study of post K/T vertebrate recovery,in Anderson, J., Sues, H.D., Fox, M., Case, J.A., Eberle, J., Goodwin, M., and Carlson, S., conveners, Sixty third annual meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Science Museum of Minnesota; Abstracts: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, v. 23, n. 3, Suppl., p. 64. biologic evolution; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; field studies; Fort Union Formation; fossil localities; Hell Creek Formation; K/T boundary; Ludlow Member; Mammalia; Mesozoic; microfossils; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoecology; Paleogene; palynomorphs; Puercan; recovery; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Hunter, J.P.1997Adaptive radiation of early Paleocene ungulates.Doctoral dissertation. Stony Brook, NY, SUNY at Stony Brook, 377 p.adaptive radiation; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; Eutheria; K-T boundary; Mammalia; Marsupialia; Mesozoic; Metatheria; Montana; morphology; multivariate analysis; North Dakota; osteology; Paleocene; paleoecology; Paleogene; species diversity; statistical analysis; stratigraphic boundary; teeth; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Theria; Ungulata; Vertebrata;
Hunter, J.P.1999The radiation of Paleocene mammals with the demise of the dinosaurs: Evidence from southwestern North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p. 141-144.radiations; Paleocene; mammals; diversification; North Dakota; Cenozoic; evolution; PITA Flats locality; Brown Ranch localities; X-X locality; Ludlow Formation; Fort Union Group; paleontology; Tongue River Formation; Cannonball Formation;
Hunter, J.P., and Archibald, J.D.2002Mammals from the end of the age of dinosaurs in North Dakota and southeastern Montana, with a reappraisal of geographic differentiation among Lancian mammals:in Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.R., and Nichols, D.J., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains; An integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Geological Society of America Special Paper 361, p. 191-216. adaptive radiation; biogeography; biostratigraphy; Bowman County; Canada; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; faunal list; Fort Union Formation; functional morphology; Great Plains; Harding County, South Dakota; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; Lancian; Mammalia; Mesozoic; Montana; morphology; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Saskatchewan; Slope County; South Dakota; stratigraphic boundary; taxonomy; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Hunter, J.P., and Archibald, J.D.1999Mammals from the end of the age of dinosaurs in North Dakota and southeastern Montana:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 73.biogeography; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; Fort Peck Reservoir; Fort Union Formation; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; Mammalia; Mesozoic; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Puercan; Reptilia; speciation; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Hunter, R.1982From Marmarth to intake; fiasco to feastThe Lapidary Journal, V. 35, pp. 2234-2245
Huntington, Oliver W.1890A new meteoric iron from Stutsman County, North Dakota:Am. Acad. Arts and Sci, Proc., v. 25, p. 229-232, illus.A piece of meteoritic iron found southeast of Jamestown in 1885 is described. A preliminary analysis of the specimen is given.
Hurlbert, S. H., and Archibald, J. D.1995No statistical support for sudden (or gradual) extinction of dinosaurs:Geology (Boulder), v. 23, n. 10, p. 881-884.biodiversity; Cenozoic; Chordata; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; extinction; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; mass extinctions; Mesozoic; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoecology; Paleogene; reptiles; Reptilia; statistical analysis; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; tetrapods; Vertebrata; vertebrates;
Hurley, N. F.1994Recognition of faults, unconformities, and sequence boundaries using cumulative dip plots:AAPG Bulletin, v. 78, n. 8, P. 1173-1185.angular unconformities; Bakken Formation; bedding; Bighorn Basin; carbonate rocks; Carboniferous; chalk; dip; faults; Formation MicroScanner; Madison Group; Mississippian; North Dakota; orientation; Paleozoic; petroleum; planar bedding structures; reservoir rocks; reverse faults; sedimentary rocks; sedimentary structures; spreadsheets; Tensleep Sandstone; unconformities; wells; Williston Basin; Wyoming;
Hurst, F. J.1983Recovery of uranium from lignitesin, Fuerstenau, M. C., and Palmer, B. R., eds., Gold, silver, uranium, and coal; geology, mining, extraction and the environment, American Institute Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, New York, NY, pp. 242-273
Hutchinson, R. D., and Klausing, R. L.1980Ground-water resources of Ramsey County, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 71; ND State Water Commission County Groundwater Studies No. 26, Part III, 36 p.
Hutchinson, R.D.1977bGround-water resources of Cavalier and Pembina Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 62, Part 3 (North Dakota State Water Commission County Ground-water Studies 20), 68 p., illus.groundwater; availability; quality; bedrock geology; glacial drift; aquifers; Lake Agassiz; geochemistry
Hutchinson, R.D.1977aGround-water basic data for Ramsey County, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 71, Part 2 (North Dakota State Water Commission County Ground-Water Studies 26), 344 p., illus.Ramsey County; water wells; well logs; well records; water levels; water chemistry
Hutchinson, R.D.1973Ground-water basic data of Cavalier and Pembina Counties:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 62, Part 2, (North Dakota Water Commission County Ground-water Studies 20), 606 p., illus.groundwater resources; aquifers; water quality; water supply; well data; hydrologic data; chemical analyses
Hutchinson, R.D.1974Availability of ground water in northwestern North Dakota (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 900, p. 85-86.Ramsey County; aquifer; lithology; water quality
Hutchison, J. H.1996Testudines,in, Prothero, D. R., and Emry, R. J. eds., The terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene transition in North America: Cambridge University Press, p. 337-353.Anapsida; assemblages; Cenozoic; Chadronian; Chelonia; Chordata; Colorado; Cryptodira; Eocene; measurement; morphology; Nebraska; new taxa; nomenclature; North Dakota; Oligocene; Oligopherus; Paleogene; Reptilia; South Dakota; synonymy; taxonomy; Tertiary; Testudines; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata; White River Group; Wyoming;
Hutchison, J.H., and Pasch, A. D.2004First record of a turtle (Protochelydra, Chelydridae, Testudines) from the Cenozoic of Alaska (Chickaloon Formation, Paleocene Eocene):PaleoBios, v. 24, n. 1, p. 1-5. Alaska; Anapsida; Anchorage Alaska; Cenozoic; Chelonia; Chelydridae; Chickaloon Formation; Chordata; Clarkforkian; morphology; new taxa; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Protochelyda zangerli; Reptilia; shells; Southern Alaska; taxonomy; Tertiary; Testudines; Tetrapoda; upper Paleocene; Vertebrata
Hutton, F. Z., and Nichols, Earl1920Soil survey of Traill County, North Dakota:U. S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Soils, Advance Sheets-Field Operations of the Bur. Soils, 1918, 47 p., illus. incl. soil map (scale 1:63,360).Each type of soil present in the county is mapped and described as to its physical characteristics and its agricultural value.
Huvos, J. B.1976The mineral industry of North Dakota:Minerals Yearbook, v. 2, Washington, DC, U.S. Bureau of Mines, p. 515-523.North Dakota; minerals; economic geology; production;
Huxel, C.J., Jr., and Petri, L.R.1963Geology and ground water resources of Stutsman County, North Dakota--Part 2, Ground water basic data:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 41 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Study 2), 339 p., illus.Stutsman County; groundwater; water wells; well logs; well records; chemical analyses
Huxel, C.J., Jr., and Petri, L.R.1965Geology and ground water resources of Stutsman County, North Dakota--Part 3, Ground water and its chemical quality:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 41 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Study 2), 58 p., illus.Stutsman County; groundwater; glacial aquifers; water properties; water quality; dissolved solids; glacial geology; Dakota Sandstone
Huxel, Charles J., Jr.1961aArtesian water in the Spiritwood buried valley complex, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 424-D, p. D179-D181, illus.artesian aquifers; Stutsman County; Spiritwood aquifer; glacial aquifers
Huxel, Charles J., Jr.1961bGround water supply problems in the Sanborn area, Barnes County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground Water Study 32, 21 p., illus.hydrogeology; water analyses; water pollution; water supply; groundwater