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Jaafar, I. B.1980Depositional and diagenetic history of the B-zone of the Red River Formation (Ordovician) of the Beaver Creek Field, Golden Valley County, North DakotaMaster's, West Texas State University, Canyon, TX, 67 p.
Jackson, D., and Smith, L.1981Special report; ligniteCoal Age, V. 86, pp. 65-101
Jacob, A.F.1976aGeology of the upper part of the Fort Union Group (Paleocene), Williston Basin, with reference to uranium:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 58, 49 p., illus.Fort Union Group; Paleocene; Tertiary; geologic history; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; lithology; stratigraphy; sandstone; siltstone; claystone; lignite; depositional environments; sedimentary structures; uranium; economic geology; cross sections
Jacob, A.F.1975Criteria for differentiating the Tongue River and Sentinel Butte Formations (Paleocene), North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 53, 55 p., illus.Paleocene; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; weathering; sandstone; physical properties; lithology; mineralogy; clay minerals; X ray diffraction studies
Jacob, A.F.1974bStratigraphy and depositional environments, Husky Lignite Mine, Dickinson, North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 28, pt. 1, p. 13.sand beds; point bars; levees; flood basins; depositional environments; alluvial plains; stream deposits
Jacob, A.F.1973dPetrology and source rocks of the sand of the Paleocene Tongue River Formation, North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 27, pt. 1, p. 14.Tongue River Formation; sand; mineralogy; sediment sources
Jacob, Arthur F.1976bStratigraphy and depositional environments of Paleocene deposits in the Husky Lignite Mine near Dickinson, North Dakota:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 28, pt. 2, p. 29-43, illus.sand beds; point bars; levees; flood basins; depositional environments; alluvial plains; stream deposits
Jacob, Arthur F.1974aSedimentology of aquifers of the Tongue River Formation, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute Report WI-221-023-74, 4 p.groundwater; aquifers; sedimentology; lignite; Tongue River Formation; Tertiary
Jacob, Arthur F.1973bElongate concretions as paleochannel indicators, Tongue River Formation, North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 57, no. 5, p. 958.Tongue River Formation; sedimentary structures; concretions; Paleocene
Jacob, Arthur F.1973cElongate concretions as paleochannel indicators, Tongue River Formation (Paleocene), North Dakota:Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 84, no. 6, p. 2127-2132, illus.Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; concretions; sedimentary structures; sands
Jacob, Arthur F.1973aDepositional environments of Paleocene Tongue River Formation, western North Dakota:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 57, no. 6, p. 1038-1052, illus.Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; lithology; sedimentary structures; depositional environments
Jacob, Arthur F.1972aDepositional environments of parts of the Tongue River Formation, western North Dakota,in Depositional environments of the lignite-bearing strata in western North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 50, p. 43-62, illus.Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; lithology; sedimentology; stratigraphy; paleoenvironments
Jacob, Arthur F.1972bSand bodies in the Tongue River Formation (Paleocene) westernmost North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 6, p. 384.Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; sands; sedimentary structures; concretions
Jacob, Arthur F.1971bThin-section analysis of the fish bed, Seibold Site, North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 25, pt. 1, p. 14; paper, 1972: North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 25, pt. 2, p. 29-36, illus.sloughs; Quaternary; Stutsman County; petrography; mineralogy; paleontology
Jacob, Arthur F.1971aAlluvial environments, Tongue River Formation, North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 3, no. 6, p. 388-389.Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; sediments; depositional environments; lignite; Tertiary
Jacobs Engineering Group1994UMTRA Project water sampling and analysis plan, Belfield and Bowman, North Dakota.Contract AC04-91AL62350, DOE/AL/62350-135. NTIS order number DE94018471NEG, 40 p.actinides; Belfield; Bowman County; Bowman; decontamination; ground water; metals; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; radioactive waste; remediation; Stark County; tailings; UMTRA Program; uranium; Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Program; waste disposal; water quality;
Jacobs Engineering Group1994Baseline risk assessment of ground water contamination at the inactive uraniferous lignite ashing site near Belfield, North Dakota; revision 1:Contract AC04-91AL62350. National Technical Information Service order number DE95001259NEG, 124 p.actinides; ash; Belfield; coal; drinking water; ground water; industrial waste; lignite; metals; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; quantitative analysis; remediation; risk assessment; sedimentary rocks; soils; StarkCounty; tailings; UMTRA; uranium; waste disposal; water;
Jacobs Engineering Group1995Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project 1994 environmental report:DOE/AL/62350-184. Contract AC04-91AL62350. National Technical Information Service order number DE96003200NEG, 467 p.aquifers; Arizona; Colorado; decontamination; ground water; hazardous waste; Idaho; impact statements; monitoring; New Mexico; North Dakota; Oregon; Pennsylvania; radioactive waste; remediation; surface water; tailings; Texas; Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project; Utah; waste disposal; Wyoming;
Jacobson, H. A., and Engstrom, D. R.1989Resolving the chronology of recent lake sediments: an example from Devils Lake, North DakotaJournal of Paleolimnology, V. 2, pp. 81-98
Jain, Raj K., and Hall, John W.1969A contribution to the early Tertiary fossil record of the Salviniaceae:American Journal of Botany, v. 56, no. 5, p. 527-539, illus.paleontology; Golden Valley Formation; Eocene; Salviniaceae; ferns; paleobotany
Jakob, Paul G.1974Relationship between water quality and regional groundwater flow in North Dakota:Ohio State University M.S. thesis, 63 p., illus. including geologic sketch map.hydrogeology; bedrock geology; glacial geology; water quality; artesian flow; aquifers; maps
James, J.A., and Barr, S.M.1998Stratigraphy, petrochemistry and tectonic setting of the Silurian New Canaan Formation, Meguma Terrane, Nova Scotia:Atlantic Geology, v. 34, n. 1, p. 65-66. basalts; Canada; chemical composition; Eastern Canada; igneous rocks; lava flows; lithostratigraphy; Meguma Terrane; New Canaan Formation; North Dakota; Paleozoic; pyroclastics; sedimentary rocks; Silurian; stratigraphic units; thickness; tuff; volcanic rocks; White Rock Formation;
James, L.D., Korom, S.F., and Galloway, G.1998Perspective on the 1997 flooding; Red River of the Northin, Abt, S.R., Young, P.J., and Watson, C.C., eds., Water resources engineering 98; Proceedings of the International water resources engineering conference: Reston, VA, American Society of Civil Engineers, p. 756-761.channels; floodplains; floods; fluvial features; geologic hazards; Grand Forks County; levees; models; North Dakota; Red River Valley;
Jamieson, E.R.1973Silurian carbonate recycling; explanation for anomalous sub-Devonian unconformity in Williston Basin (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 57, no. 5, p. 958.Williston Basin; Interlake Group; Silurian; erosion; sedimentary history; petroleum geology
Jarvie, D.M., Walker, P.R., and Price, L.C.1997Geochemical comparison of Paleozoic oils, Williston Basin, U.S.A.:AAPG Bulletin, v. 81, n. 7, p. 1226.Amsden Formation; Bakken Formation; biomarkers; Carboniferous; Charles Formation; Devonian; Duperow Formation; geochemistry; Heath Formation; hydrocarbons; Interlake Formation; Kibbey Formation; Llandoverian; Lodgepole Formation; Madison Group; maturity; Mission Canyon Limestone; Mississippian; Nisku Formation; North Dakota; Paleozoic; petroleum; reservoir rocks; Silurian; Spearfish Formation; Stark County; sulfur; Tyler Formation; Williston Basin;
Jefferson, Thomas1806Message from the President of the United States, communicating discoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red river, and Washita, by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and Mr. Dunbar; with a statistical account of the countries adjacent. February 19, 1806:Washington, D. C., A. and G.Way, printers (by order of the Senate), 171 p.This report includes a letter from Captain Lewis written from Fort Mandan in which he mentions sending the President 67 specimens of earths, salts, and minerals.
Jenkins, F.A., Jr.1961Studies of the Golden Valley Formation (Eocene) of North Dakota, lithology, coprolites, paleoecology:Princeton University Senior thesis, 93 p., illus.geologic age; lithology; chert layer; paleontology; stratigraphy; mineralogy; geochemistry; silica; coprolites; preservation; paleoecology; paleobotany; vertebrate paleontology; crocodilians; bibliography; White River Group
Jenkinson, B.J.2002Hydrology of sandy soils in northwest Indiana and iron oxide indicators to identify hydric soils:Doctoral dissertation. West Lafayette, IN, Purdue University, 178 p. anaerobic environment; clastic sediments; dunes; ground water; hydric soils; hydrology; Indiana; instruments; iron oxides; methods; Minnesota; North Dakota; oxides; reduction; sand; sediments; soils; water table; wetlands;
Jenkinson, Lewis F.1950Geology of the Drake Quadrangle North Dakota:Iowa City, Iowa, State University of Iowa, M.S. Thesis (unpub.), 88 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:62,500).Drake Quadrangle is located in McHenry and Sheridan Counties. The geology of the area is discussed and mapped. The glacial features of the area consist of marginal morainic areas, outwash, ground moraine, eskers, kames, and crevasse fillings. The groundwater conditions are discussed.
Jennings, A. H.1991Williston Basin oil exploration; past, present, and futureAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 75, p. 1129
Jennings, A. H.1990Application of seismic techniques to mapping Devonian salt dissolution tectonics in the Williston Basin and the implications for oil explorationAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, p. 1329
Jennings, A. H.1983An economic appraisal of oil potential of Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 67, p. 1344
Jennings, A. H.1987A geologic and economic appraisal of the oil potential of the Williston Basinin, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, p. 196
Jennings, B.1985A geologic and economic appraisal of the oil potential of the Williston BasinEarth Science Bulletin, V. 18, p. 50
Jennings, J. B.1987Using capillary pressure techniques to map and identify an economic fairway in the Ordovician Red River on the western flank of the Williston Basinin, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, pp. 212-216
Jennings, J. B.1987Capillary pressure techniques; application to exploration and development geologyAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 71, pp. 1196-1209
Jensen, Charles A., and Neal, N. P.1904Soil survey of the Grand Forks, area, North Dakota:N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 2d Bienn. Rept., p. 35-58, illus. incl. soil map (scale 1:62,500).In addition to the discussion of the soils in the area, a discussion of the surficial and bedrock-geology of the area is included.
Jensen, Hans M.1967Geology and ground water resources of Traill County--Part 2, Basic data:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 49 (North Dakota Water County Ground Water Studies 10), 105 p., illus.Traill County; aquifers; water wells; well logs; water levels; chemical analyses; water quality
Jensen, Hans M.1962bGeology and occurrence of ground water near Bowbells-Burke and Ward Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 42, 65 p., illus. including geologic maps, scale 1:95,040.hydrogeology; geologic maps; aquifers; Tertiary; Tongue River Formation; glacial aquifers; water quality; well data; Des Lacs River
Jensen, Hans M.1962cGround water near Reynolds--Grand Forks and Traill Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 47, 26 p., illus.hydrogeology; Grand Forks County; Traill County; groundwater; Lake Agassiz deposits; water analyses; well data
Jensen, Hans M.1962aGeology and ground-water conditions of the project areas,in Current studies of the hydrology of prairie potholes: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 472, p. 5.potholes; Missouri Coteau; water table; hydrogeology; sloughs
Jensen, Hans M.1961aGround water occurrence in the Alexander area, McKenzie County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 35, 20 p., illus.hydrogeology; water resources; water analyses; aquifers; Tertiary; Tongue River Formation; well data
Jensen, Hans M.1961bGround-water sources in the vicinity of Northwood, Grand Forks County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 34, 22 p., illus.Lake Agassiz deposits; Elk Valley Delta; hydrogeology; glacial aquifers; water resources; water analyses; well data
Jensen, Hans M. and Klausing, R.L.1971Geology and ground water resources of Traill County, North Dakota--Part 3, Ground water resources:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 49 (North Dakota Water Commission County Groundwater Studies 10), 40 p., illus.groundwater; hydrologic data; aquifer characteristics; water wells; hydrogeology; water sources; aquifers; water table; water levels; water yields; water quality; chemical analyses; precipitation (atmospheric); groundwater resources
Jensen, Hans M., and Bradley, Edward1963Ground water in the vicinity of Hillsboro, Traill County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission, North Dakota Ground-Water Study 55, 19 p., illus.hydrogeology; water analyses; glacial aquifers; Lake Agassiz deposits; Goose River; well data
Jensen, Hans M., and Bradley, Edward1962Ground water near Hoople--Walsh and Pembina Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 49, 19 p., illus.Lake Agassiz deposits; hydrogeology; water analyses; water resources; well data
Jenson, S. K.1987Jamestown drainage refinement projectUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 87-0314, 22 p.
Jenson, S.K.1988Extracting hydrologic information from digital elevation models:Annual American Water Resources Association Conference Abstracts, n.24, p.13.computer programs; data processing; DEM; digital elevation models; drainage; hydrology; James River basin; North Dakota; watersheds;
Jepsen, Glenn L.1963bWasatchian (Sparnacian) Eocene vertebrates in North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Special Paper 73, p. 179-180.Golden Valley Formation; Eocene; vertebrate paleontology; paleoenvironments
Jepsen, Glenn L.1963aEocene vertebrates, coprolites, and plants in the Golden Valley Formation of western North Dakota:Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 74, no. 6, p. 673-684, illus.Golden Valley Formation; Eocene; geologic age determination, stratigraphy; vertebrate paleontology
Jewell, P.W.1993Water-column stability, residence times, and anoxia in the Cretaceous North American seaway:Geology, v. 21, p. 579-582.Great Plains; Cretaceous; seaway; models; circulation; surface water; salinity gradients; anoxic; anoxia; bottom water; transgression; residence times; stability; water column; map; graphs; Northern Great Plains;
Jiang, C., and Li, M.2002Molecular markers in Bakken and Madison reservoired oils from American Williston Basin:Geological Survey of Canada Open File Report 4244, 1 disc. Bakken Formation; Carboniferous; chromatograms; gas chromatography; indicators; Madison Group; Mississippian; North Dakota; Paleozoic; petroleum; reservoir rocks; saturation; Williston Basin; Wyoming;
Jin, J., and Bergman, K. M.1998Occurrences of the Middle Devonian Ratner Laminite in the distal part of the Elk Point Basin, southern Saskatchewan,in Kreis, L. K. (organizer), Eighth International Williston Basin Symposium; Core Workshop Volume: Regina, Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Geological Society, p. 89-104.Williston Basin; (see page 90 for a regional isopach map of the Winnipegosis Formation, including North Dakota)
Johnson Drillers Journal1964Good water is vital to life of community:v. 36, no. 1, p. 1-5.Devils Lake (city); municipal water supply; Dakota Sandstone; glacial aquifers; Warwick aquifer; water quality; chemical analyses
Johnson, David S.1960Lineaments and fracture traces,in Oil fields in the Burke County area, North Dakota--Geological, magnetic, and engineering studies: North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 36, p. 28-36, illus.Burke County; lineaments; aerial photographs; structure map; structural geology; fractures (geologic)
Johnson, E.1982Williston Basin Red River Formation; exploration success, development failureEarth Science Bulletin, V. 15, p. 145
Johnson, G.E., and Others1974Environmental impact assessment of Baldhill Dam and Lake Ashtabula, North Dakota:University of North Dakota Institute for Ecological Studies Research Report 8, 206 p., illus.Sheyenne River; physiography; geology; climate; bedrock topography; geologic map; soils; water quality; vegetation; wildlife; land use; archaeology; environmental effects; bank erosion; recreation; sedimentation; biology census
Johnson, George M.1967The Badlands and Teddy's Park (Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park, North Dakota, U.S.A.):Living Wilderness, v. 31, no. 96-97, p. 20-27, illus.Badlands; geomorphology; general history
Johnson, J. G., and Sandberg, C. A.1988Devonian eustatic events in the Western United States and their biostratigraphic responsesCanadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Memoir, V. 14, pp. 171-178
Johnson, K. R.1993The Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) flora of the Hell Creek Formation in southwestern North Dakotain, Kihm, A. J., and Hartman, J. H., eds., North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 21-22
Johnson, K. R.1993Megafloral biostratigraphy of the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary: North DakotaGeological Association of Canada Joint Annual Meeting, Programs and Abstracts, p. 36
Johnson, K. R.1992Leaf-fossil evidence for extensive floral extinction at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary, North Dakota, USACretaceous Research, V. 13, pp. 91-117
Johnson, K. R.1992Megafloral biostratigraphy of the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary: Great Plains, USA and South Island, New ZealandOrganisation Internationale de Paleobotanique, Paris, OFP Informations No. Special 16-B, p. 82
Johnson, K. R.1993The Geology and Paleobotany of the Hell Creek and Lower Fort Union Formations in Slope and Bowman Counties, North Dakotain, Kihm, A. J., and Hartman, J. H., eds., The Marshall Lambert Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 56-65
Johnson, K. R.1988Megafloral biostratigraphy for the Late Cretaceous and early Paleocene of the Northern Great Plains, Montana and North DakotaAmerican Journal of Botany, V. 75, p. 111
Johnson, K. R.1989A high-resolution megafloral biostratigraphy spanning the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great PlainsDoctoral, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 581 p.
Johnson, K. R.1988High-resolution megafloral biostratigraphy for the Late Cretaceous and early Paleocene of N. Dakota and MontanaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 20, No. 7, p. A379
Johnson, K. R.1982Paleobotany and sedimentology of some lower Ludlow strata, Fort Union Formation (Paleocene), Slope County, southwestern North DakotaA.B., Amherst College, Amherst, MA, 159 p.
Johnson, K. R.1994Climatic implications of the Late Cretaceous land plant record, Western Interior of North America and South Island, New Zealand:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, n. 7, p. 94.angiosperms; Australasia; Colorado; conifers; Cretaceous; ferns; gymnosperm flora; leaves; Mesozoic; morphology; New Zealand; North Dakota; paleoclimatology; paleolatitude; Plantae; plants; South Dakota; South Island; Spermatophyta; terrestrial environment; Utah; Western Interior; Wyoming;
Johnson, K. R., and Hickey, L. J.1992Foliar physionomeny of Maastrichtian leaf flora from the Northern Great Plains: Implications for paleoclimateSEPM Theme Meeting Abstracts: Mesozoic of the Western Interior, Abstracts, p. 36
Johnson, K. R., and Hickey, L. J.1988Patterns of megafloral change across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the northern Great Plains and Rocky MountainsLunar and Planetary Institute Contribution, V. No. 673, p. 87
Johnson, K. R., and Hickey, L. J.1990Megafloral changes across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains and Rocky Mountains, USAin, Sharpton, V. L., and Ward, P. D., eds., Global Catastrophes in Earth History, Geological society of America, Boulder, CO, pp. 433-444
Johnson, K. R., and Hickey, L. J.1986Floristic and vegetational change across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the northern Rocky Mountains and Great PlainsGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 18, No. 6, p. 648
Johnson, K. R., and Nichols, D. J..1994Fossil plants and the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in the Northern Great Plains; The best terrestrial argument for an abrupt catastrophe:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, n. 7, p. 395.anomalies; Cenozoic; correlation; Cretaceous; extinction; Fort Union Formation; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; iridium; K-T boundary; leaves; lithofacies; Maestrichtian; Mesozoic; metals; microfossils; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; palynomorphs; plants; platinum group; Puercan; Senonian; South Dakota; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Wyoming;
Johnson, K. R., and Wilf, P.1996Paleobotanical temperature curve for the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary interval and a scenario for the revegetation of North America after the terminal Cretaceous event:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, n. 7, p. 225.assemblages; Cenozoic; changes; Cretaceous; extinction; Fort Union Formation; Hell Creek Formation; iridium; K-T boundary; leaves; Mesozoic; metals; metamorphism; microfossils; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoclimatology; Paleogene; paleomagnetism; paleotemperature; palynomorphs; platinum group; shock metamorphism; Tertiary; variations; vegetation;
Johnson, K. R., Nichols, D. J., Attrep, M., Jr., and Orth, C. J.1989High-resolution leaf-fossil record spanning the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundaryNature, V. 340, pp. 708-711
Johnson, K. R., Nichols, D. J., Tauxe, L., and Clark, D.1990Floral zonation and magnetostratigraphy of the Hell Creek (late Maastrichtian) and lower Fort Union (early Paleocene) formations, North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 22, p. 323
Johnson, K. R., Orth, C. J., and Nichols, D. J.1987Fossil leaf and palynomorph changes associated with an iridium anomaly at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 19, p. 718
Johnson, K., Nichols, D., Labandeira, C., and Pearson, D.2000Devastation of terrestrial ecosystems at the K-T boundary in North America; The first calibrated record of plant and animal response to the Chicxulub impact:in Koeberl, C., ed., Catastrophic events and mass extinctions; Impacts and beyond: Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute, LPI Contribution 1053, p. 85-86.Arthropoda; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Chicxulub Crater; Chordata; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; Hell Creek Formation; Insecta; Invertebrata; K-T boundary; Mandibulata; mass extinctions; Mesozoic; microfossils; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoecology; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; palynomorphs; Plantae; Reptilia; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata;
Johnson, K.R.2002Megaflora of the Hell Creek and lower Fort Union formations in the western Dakotas; Vegetational response to climate change, the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary event, and rapid marine transgression: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. 329-391. biodiversity; biostratigraphy; Bowman County; Cenozoic; climate change; Cretaceous; Fort Union Formation; Harding County, South-Dakota; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; leaves; Mesozoic; microfossils; morphology; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoclimatology; paleoecology; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; palynomorphs; physiology; Plantae; range; Slope County; South Dakota; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary;
Johnson, K.R.1998Late Cretaceous (early Maastrichtian) herbaceous vegetation from the Almond Formation, Rock Springs Uplift, Wyoming:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 30, n. 7, p. 36. Almond Formation; Cenozoic; Cretaceous; depositional environment; extinction; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; Maestrichtian; Meeteetse Formation; Mesozoic; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; Plantae; preservation; Rock Springs Uplift; Senonian; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary; vegetation; Wyoming;
Johnson, K.R.1999The reconstruction of ancient landscapes: An example from the late Cretacious Hell Creek Formation of North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p. 134-140.Cretaceous; Hell Creek Formation; North Dakota; diorama; Denver Museum of Natural History; Prehistoric Journey exhibit; paleoenvironment; biota; Slope County; Bowman County; analogs; flora; fauna; paleontology; fossils;
Johnson, K.R.1999The megaflora of the Hell Creek Formation, southwestern North Dakota; Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the end-Cretaceous terrestrial vegetation:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, n. 7, p. 72.Angiospermae; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Cretaceous; extinction; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; lithofacies; Ludlow Member; Mesozoic; mires; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoclimatology; paleoecology; Paleogene; paleomagnetism; Plantae; species diversity; Spermatophyta; stratigraphic boundary; taphonomy; terrestrial environments; Tertiary; vegetation;
Johnson, K.R., Ellis, B., Reynolds, M.L., Werth, K., and Barclay, R.S.2000Fossil floras from synorogenic strata in the Denver Basin, Colorado, show high levels of Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction followed by recovery to high diversity rain forest by 62 Ma:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, n. 7, p. 196. Arapahoe Formation; biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; Colorado; correlation; Cretaceous; Dawson Arkose; Denver Basin; Denver Formation; extinction; forests; Fort Union Formation; Front Range; Hell Creek Formation; K-T boundary; Laramie Formation; magnetostratigraphy; Mesozoic; microfossils; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; Paleogene; palynomorphs; rain forests; South Dakota; stratigraphic boundary; Tertiary; unconformities; well logs; Wyoming;
Johnson, K.R., Nichol, D.J., and Hartman, J.H.2002Hell Creek Formation; A 2001 synthesis: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. 503-510. biostratigraphy; Cenozoic; chemostratigraphy; Chordata; Cretaceous; Great Plains; Invertebrata; K-T boundary; lithostratigraphy; magnetostratigraphy; marine environment; Mesozoic; microfossils; Montana; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; palynomorphs; South Dakota; stratigraphic boundary; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Vertebrata; Williston Basin; Wyoming;
Johnson, Kent A.1971The petroleum geology of the Midale subinterval in north central North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 204 p., illus.Madison Formation; Mississippian; Midale subinterval; Ratcliffe interval; Williston Basin; stratigraphic nomenclature; structural geology; stratigraphy; lithology; depositional environments; diagenesis; dolomitization; oil fields; oil wells; well logs; structure contour maps; cross sections
Johnson, L.1998Geologic projects in North Dakota, 1998:NDGS Newsletter, v. 25, n. 3, p. 21-29. college level education; education; geology; North Dakota;
Johnson, M. M.1951Oil in the Williston Basin:Independent Petroleum Assoc. America Monthly, v. 22, no. 6, p. 40, 42, 44, 45, illus.The stratigraphy of the basin is discussed. The history of drilling and production in the basin is summarized. A stratigraphic column and a list of important wells in the basin are included in the report.
Johnson, M.D., and Clayton, L.2003Supraglacial landsystems in lowland terrain,in Evans, D.J.A., ed., Glacial landsystems: London, UK, Arnold, p. 228-258.Alberta; Baltic region; Canada; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; collapse structures; Europe; geomorphology; glacial environment; glacial features; glacial geology; hummocks; ice movement; ice sheets; lakes; landforms; landscapes; landsystems; Lithuania; Mountrail County, North Dakota; North Dakota; outwash; Quaternary; sediments; subglacial environment; surface features; terrains; till;
Johnson, M.S.1995Dickinson Field Lodgepole reservoir; significance of this Waulsortian-type mound to exploration in the Williston Basin:The Mountain Geologist, v.32, n.3, p.55-79.algae; Bakken Formation; Carboniferous; Dickinson Field; Lodgepole Formation; Mississippian; mounds; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Paleozoic; petroleum; petroleum engineering; petroleum exploration; Plantae; reservoir rocks; Stark County; Waulsortian facies; wells; Williston Basin;
Johnson, M.S.2001Discovery of oil in the Williston Basin; story of the #1 Clarence Iverson Well:The Mountain Geologist, v. 38, n. 4, p. 165-179. Beaver Lodge Field; Carboniferous; Clarence Iverson Well; Cretaceous; Devonian; Duperow Limestone; electrical logging; geophysical methods; Great Plains; Greenhorn Limestone; H. O. Bakken Well; Interlake Dolomite; Madison Limestone; McKenzie County; Mesozoic; Mississippian; natural gas; Nesson Anticline; neutron gamma methods; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; oil and gas fields; Paleozoic; petroleum; petroleum exploration; production; reservoir rocks; seismic methods; Silurian; structural controls; Tioga Field; well logging; Williams County; Williston Basin;
Johnson, R. P.1987Devonian Dawson Bay Exploration Developmentsin, Johnson, R. P., and Carlson, C. G., eds., 1987 Field Trip Supplement for Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Bismarck, ND, pp. 14-16
Johnson, R.P., and Cherven, V.B.1973Low- and high-sinuosity stream deposits of Sentinel Butte Formation (Paleocene), McKenzie County, North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 57, no. 5, p. 958.Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; stream deposits; depositional environments
Johnson, Robert Post1973Depositional environments of the upper part of the Sentinel Butte Formation, southeastern McKenzie County, North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 63 p., illus.Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; stratigraphy; lithology; sedimentary structures; sedimentology; depositional environments; sand beds; silt beds; clay beds; lignite
Johnson, Roy1967Red River Valley, Glacial Lake Agassiz: 1000-year phenomena:Red River Valley Historian, v. 1, no. 4, p. 5-9 (reprinted from Fargo Forum, May 29, 1954).glacial history; beaches; deltas; geomorphology; Lake Agassiz
Johnson, S.1990Bakken ignites a mini boom in the WillistonWestern Oil World, V. 47, pp. 37,39-41
Johnson, T. R.1990The hydrologic effects of fly ash utilization in concrete at Coal Creek Station, Underwood, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 200 p.
Johnson, W. C., Reily, P. W., Andrews, L. S., McLellan, J. F., and Brophy, J. A.1982Altered hydrology of the Missouri River and its effects on floodplain forest ecosystemsVirginia Water Resources Research Center Bulletin, V. 139, p. 83
Johnson, W.C., Boettcher, S.E., Poiani, K.A., and Guntenspergen, G.2004Wetlands, v. 24, n. 2, p. 385-398:biodiversity; climate; climate change; climatic controls; Deuel County, South Dakota; drought; ecology; ground water; hydrologic cycle; hydrology; meltwater; North Dakota; Plantae; potholes; prairies; saturation; seasonal variations; soil dynamics; South Dakota; surface water; vegetation; wetlands;
Johnson, Walter1956Mississippian oil fields of northeastern Williston Basin (abs.):Oil and Gas Jour., v. 54, no. 53, p. 139; reprinted, 1956, in N. Dak. Geol. Soc., Williston Basin Symposium, 1st Internat., Bismarck, N. Dak., Oct. 1956: p. 52.The role of anhydrite in forming seals for the reservoirs is discussed.
Johnson, William D., Jr., and Kunkel, Robert P.1959The Square Buttes coal field, Oliver and Mercer Counties, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 1076, 91 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:48,000).The geology, geography, structure, reserves, and economic value of the coal beds are discussed. The Pleistocene geology of the area is summarized. The coal beds are described by township units.
Johnson, William D., Jr., and Kunkel, Robert P.1954Geologic map of the Square Buttes district, Oliver and Mercer Counties, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Oil and Gas Inv. Map OM-148, scale 1:62,500.The Tertiary and Quaternary surface geology is illustrated on the map. Structure contours, drawn on the base of the Hagel coal bed (Fort Union "Formation"), are superimposed on the geology.
Johnston, W. A.1946Glacial Lake Agassiz, with special reference to the mode of deformation of the beaches:Canada, Dept. Mines and Resources, Mines and Geology Br., Geol. Survey Bull. no. 7, 20 p., illus.The elevations of the beaches, the outlets and ice borders of the lake, the theory of deformation of the beaches, and the correlation of Lake Agassiz with the Great Lakes are discussed. The beaches are described.
Johnston, W. A.1916The genesis of Lake Agassiz: A confirmation:Jour. Geology, v. 24, no. 7, p. 625-638, illus.Upham's conception of the life-history of Lake Agassiz is discussed in light of the record of Lake Agassiz found in the Rainy River-Lake of the Woods area. The question of differential uplift is also discussed.
Jones, A. G., Katsube, J., and Ferguson, I.1996Paleoproterozoic tectonic processes revealed through electromagnetic studies of the North American central plains (NACP) conductivity anomaly; from continental to hand sample scale:Society of Exploration Geophysicists Annual Meeting Expanded Technical Program Abstracts with Biographies, v. 66, p. 269-272.Canada; case studies; continental crust; crust; electrical anomalies; electrical conductivity; electromagnetic surveys; Great Plains; Hudsonian Orogeny; Lithoprobe; magnetotelluric surveys; North Dakota; orogeny; Paleoproterozoic; Precambrian; Proterozoic; resistivity; tectonics;
Jones, B.F., and Vandenburgh, A.S.1966Geochemical influences on the chemical character of closed lakes,in Symposium of Garda, v. 1: International Association of Scientific Hydrology Publication 70, p. 435-446, illus.Devils Lake Basin; geochemistry; water chemistry; saline lakes
Jones, C. A., Choate, J. R., and Genoways, H. H.1984Phylogeny and paleobiogeography of short-tailed shrews (genus Blarina)Carnegie Museum of Natural History Special Publication, V. 8, pp. 56-148
Jones, C. T.1940Contribution to stratigraphy of northern Great Plains area:Kansas Geol. Soc. Guidebook, 14th Ann. Field Conf., p. 129-139, il1us.The California Company's Kamp no. 1 well on the Nesson anticline, Williams County, North Dakota is one of the four wells discussed and correlated with the nearest outcrop in the Black Hills. Discussions by 0. A. Seager and R. A. Carmody are included.
Jones, L. E. A.1985Velocity anisotropy in Cretaceous shales from the Williston BasinGeophysics, V. 50, p. 367
Jones, L. E. A., and Wang, H. F.1981Ultrasonic velocities in Cretaceous shales from the Williston BasinGeophysics, V. 46, pp. 288-297
Jones, L.E.A.1985Velocity anisotropy in Cretaceous shales from the Williston Basin:Geophysics, v. 50, n. 2, p. 367. anisotropy; body waves; clastic rocks; Cretaceous; elastic waves; geophysical methods; geophysical surveys; Mesozoic; North-Dakota; P-waves; S-waves; sedimentary rocks; seismic methods; seismic waves; SH-waves; shale; surveys; SV-waves; velocity structure; Williston Basin;
Jones, L.E.A.1984Velocity anisotropy in Cretaceous shales from the Williston Basin:Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 54th Annual Meeting Abstracts, p. 853.anisotropy; body waves; clastic rocks; Cretaceous; elastic materials; elastic waves; experimental studies; geophysical methods; laboratory studies; Mesozoic; North Dakota; rock mechanics; S-waves; sedimentary rocks; seismic methods; seismic waves; SH-waves; shale; SV-waves; transverse isotropy; velocity; Williston Basin;
Jones, M.A., and Erickson, J.M.1997Naticid gastropods (mollusca) as prey - An example from the Fox Hills Formation (Cretaceous:Maastrichtian) of North and South Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 51, p. 203.North Dakota; Professional Communications; naticid gastropods; Naticidae; predation; predators; prey; evolution; Fox Hills Formation; Euspira; Timber Lake Member; mollusca; calappid crabs; Necrocarcinus siouxensis Feldmann; crustaceans; taphonomy;
Jones, M.A., Kelley, P.H., Erickson, J.M., and Hansen, T.A.1998Interregional comparison of drilling on Cretaceous naticid gastropods and implications for the hypothesis of escalation:Geological Society of America, North-Central Section and associated societies, Abstracts with Programs, v. 30, n. 2, p. 25.Cretaceous; escalation; Euspira obliquata; Euspira rectilabrum; Euspira subcrassa; Fox Hills Formation; Gastropoda; Gulf Coastal Plain; Invertebrata; Mesozoic; Mollusca; Naticidae; North Dakota; Polinices kummeli; predation; South Dakota; Euspira;
Jones, R. W.1980Some mass balance and geological constraints on migration mechanismsin, Roberts, W. H., III, and Cordell, R. J., eds., Problems of petroleum migration, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Tulsa, OK, pp. 47-68
Jorstad, T.1984Geoarchaeological investigations on Cinnamon Creek Ridge, McKenzie County, North DakotaMaster's, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Jorstad, T., Donahue, J., East, T., and Adovasio, J. M.1982Distribution of cultural material within an aeolian sequence, Cinnamon Creek Ridge, ND., USAGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 14, p. 524
Jorstad, T., East, T., Adovasio, J. M., Donahue, J., and Stuckenrath, R.1986Paleosols and prehistoric populations in the High PlainsGeoarchaeology, V. 1, pp. 163-181
Josberger, E.G., and Mognard, N.M.2002A passive microwave snow depth algorithm with a proxy for snow metamorphism:in Pietroniro, A., and Prowse, T.D., eds., Applications of remote sensing in hydrology: Hydrological Processes, v. 16, n. 8, p. 1557-1568. algorithms; atmospheric precipitation; geophysical surveys; Great Plains; instruments; kriging; microwave methods; North Dakota; Red River of the North; remote sensing; snow; special sensor microwave imager; Stanley, North Dakota; statistical analysis; surveys; temperature;
Joseph, Lura E., Noraker, Gayle, and Jury, Russ, eds.1999Collective bibliography of North Dakota geology:Fargo, ND, North Dakota State University Libraries, unpaginated. URL: http://dp3.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/ndgs/areal geology; bibliography; North Dakota; online information resource;
Josephy, Alvin M., Jr.1973Agony of the Northern Plains:Audubon, v. 75, no. 4, p. 68-93, illus.; 1975, adapted in Perspectives on energy; issues; ideas, and environmental dilemmas, p. 145-165, illus. economic geology map: Oxford University Press, New York.Williston Basin; Fort Union; coal; water resources; power plants; social impact; strip mining; mineral rights; surface rights; reclamation; planning; North Dakota; Montana; Wyoming; environmental effects; legal aspects; government agencies; Indian reservations; Indian rights
Jovanelly, T.J., Fritz, S.C., and Harvey, F.E.2001Groundwater-surface water-climate interactions of two lakes in southeastern North Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 33, n. 6, p. 300. aerial photography; atmospheric precipitation; Barnes County; Cenozoic; climate change; Coldwater Lake; geographic information systems; GIS; Great Plains; ground water; Holocene; hydrology; lacustrine environment; limnology; McIntosh County; Moon Lake; North Dakota; Quaternary; remote sensing; salinity; surface water; water balance;
Juggins, S.1994Diatom salinity transfer functions and climate change:Quaternary Newsletter, v. 73, p. 43-44.Africa; algal flora; biogeography; Cenozoic; changes; climate; Devils Lake; diatom flora; fluctuations; Great Plains; Holocene; lacustrine environment; Medicine Lake; microfossils; North Dakota; paleoclimatology; Pickerel Lake; plants; Pleistocene; Quaternary; salinity; South Dakota; water;