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Ikwuakor, K. C.1994Use of "rock-typing" to characterize carbonate reservoir heterogeneity; final report:NTIS, DOE/BC/14655-8, 389 p.anhydrite; boreholes; carbonate rocks; carbonates; dolomite; enhanced recovery; formation evaluation; Montana; North Dakota; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum engineering; physical properties; porosity; Red River Formation; report; reservoir properties; reservoir rocks; saturation; sedimentary rocks; sulfates;
Illing, L.W., Wood, G.V., and Fuller, J.G.C.M.1967Reservoir rocks and stratigraphic traps in non-reef carbonates,in Origin of oil, geology and geophysics--World Petroleum Congress, 7th, Mexico, 1967, Proceedings V. 2: London, Elsevier Publishing Co., p. 487-499, illus.oil reservoirs; Mississippian; carbonates; stratigraphic traps; porosity; Williston Basin; Kuwait; Alberta
Inden, R. A., and Burke, R. B.1995Fault control on late stage diagenetic creation and enhancement of reservoirs,in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 351-366. North Dakota; Williston Basin; diagenesis; hydrocarbon reservoirs; Devonian; Dawson Bay Formation; Duperow Formation; Billings nose; petroleum; oil; carbonates; porosity; mineralogy; well samples; lineaments; facies; paleogeography; illustrations; maps; well logs; photographs; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Inden, R. B., de Rider, E., Frush, P., Lindsey, D., and Pearson, B.1995Definition of Williston Basin basement structural trends, features, and plays utilizing high sensitivity aeromagnetic data (abstract),in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 452. Williston Basin; aeromagnetic data; basement; structure; trends; analyses; hydrocarbon; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Inden, R. F., Cluff, R. M., and Byrnes, A. P.1988Reservoir geology and petrophysics of the Upper Interlake Group, Nesson Anticline area, 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. 291-302
Inden, R., Byrnes, A., and Cluff, B.1998Facies and reservoir characteristics of Silurian Interlake of the central and southwestern Williston Basin,in Kreis, L. K. (organizer), Eighth International Williston Basin Symposium; Core Workshop Volume: Regina, Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Geological Society, p. 67-88.North Dakota, Williston Basin; facies; reservoir characteristics; Silurian; Interlake Formation; cores; facies; lithology; stratigraphy; well logs; Nesson Anticline; Charlson Field; porosity; permeability; carbonates; petrophysics; Putnam Zone; illustrations; map; well logs; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Ingalls, N.1982Field trip; Little Missouri gravelsRock & Gem, V. 12, pp. 16-19
Ingalls, P. C.1952Williston-one year old:Oil and Gas Jour., v. 50, no. 48, p. 75-76, illus.The history of the first year of production and development in the Williston basin is presented.
Ingalls, P. C.1953Williston Basin's oil fields:Oil and Gas Jour., v. 51, no. 38, p. 423.A report on the exploration and development of the oil fields in the basin is presented.
Ingalls, P. C.1952bWilliston Basin-today's most exciting oil province:Oil and Gas Jour., v. 51, no. 10, p. 92-96, 118, illus.The geologic features of the basin are described and the significant developments in the basin through June 1952 are presented.
Ingalls, P. C.1952Limits of Williston Basin:Oil and Gas Jour., v. 51, no. 7, p. 135, illus.A standardized outline of the boundary of the Williston basin is proposed.
International Red River Basin Task Force1997Red River flooding; Short-term measures:International Red River Basin Task Force, 65 p.Canada; damage; drainage basins; environmental effects; financing; floods; frequency; geologic hazards; ground water; hydrology; land use; legislation; Manitoba; medical geology; Minnesota; mitigation; models; monitoring; North Dakota; prediction; preventive measures; public awareness; recurrence interval; Red River of the North; regional planning; risk assessment; surface water; water management; water quality; zoning;
Ito, E.1997Effect of groundwater on the geochemical records of aridity in closed basin lake sediments:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 29, n. 6, p. 238.algae; Arthropoda; assemblages; Cenozoic; Coldwater Lake; cores; Crustacea; diatoms; Elk-Lake; geochemistry; ground water; Holocene; Invertebrata; isotope ratios; isotopes; lacustrine environments; Lake Manitoba; lake sediments; levels; Mandibulata; Manitoba; McIntosh County; Minnesota; models; North Dakota; O-18 O-16; Ostracoda; oxygen; paleohydrology; paleolimnology; paleosalinity; Plantae; Quaternary; salinity; sediments; shells; stable isotopes; trace elements; water balance; Western Canada;
Ito, E.2002Mg/ Ca, Sr/ Ca, delta (super 18) O and delta (super 13) C chemistry of Quaternary lacustrine ostracode shells from the North American continental interior,in Holmes, J.A., and Chivas, A.R., eds., The Ostracoda; Applications in Quaternary research: Geophysical Monograph 131, p. 267-278. Arthropoda; C 13 C 12; carbon; Cenozoic; chemical ratios; Coldwater Lake; Cottonwood Wetlands; Crustacea; Invertebrata; isotope ratios; isotopes; lacustrine environment; lake sediments; Mandibulata; McIntosh County; microfossils; Moon Lake; North Dakota; O-18/O-16; Ostracoda; oxygen; paleoclimatology; paleoenvironment; prairies; Quaternary; Rice Lake; sediments; stable isotopes; Ward County;
Iverson, L. R.1981The role of pioneering species on the reclamation of North Dakota surface mined landsDoctoral, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 218 p.