|Ikwuakor, K. C.||1994||Use 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.||1967||Reservoir 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.||1995||Fault 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.||1995||Definition 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.||1988||Reservoir geology and petrophysics of the Upper Interlake Group, Nesson Anticline area, North Dakota||in, 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.||1998||Facies 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.||1982||Field trip; Little Missouri gravels||Rock & Gem, V. 12, pp. 16-19|
|Ingalls, P. C.||1952||Williston-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.||1953||Williston 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.||1952b||Williston 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.||1952||Limits 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 Force||1997||Red 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.||1997||Effect 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.||2002||Mg/ 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.||1981||The role of pioneering species on the reclamation of North Dakota surface mined lands||Doctoral, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 218 p.|