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Rader, L.F., and Grimaldi, F.S.1961Chemical analyses for selected minor elements in Pierre Shale:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 391-A, 45 p.Pierre Shale; Cretaceous; chemical analyses; geochemistry; methodology
Rader, Miles T., Jr.1953Silurian stratigraphy of the Williston Basin (abs):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 64, no. 12, p. 1552.The lithology and correlation of the Silurian beds are discussed.
Rader, Miles T., Jr.1952Ordovician and Silurian carbonates of the central Williston Basin,in Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 3d Ann. Field Conf., September 4-7, 1952: p. 48-55, illus. incl. geol. maps (scale 1:5,000,000).The units are described as they are encountered in the subsurface of the central part of the basin. Three isopach maps of the formations are included.
Radian Corporation1994Field study of disposed wastes from advanced coal processes, quarterly technical progress report, January to April 1994.Contract AC21-86MC22118. National Technical Information Service order number DE94012161NEG, 39 p.ash; beneficiation; coal; data; field studies; monitoring; organic residues; report; sedimentary rocks; solid waste; underground disposal; waste disposal;
Rahn, Perry H.1977Erosion below main stem dams on the Missouri River:Association of Engineering Geologists Bulletin, v. 14, no. 3, p. 157-181, illus.Garrison Dam; erosion; sedimentation; Oahe Dam; Fort Peck Dam; Big Bend Dam; Fort Randall Dam; Gavins Point Dam
Ramsey, Bruce L.1974The physical and petrographic characteristics of formcoke produced experimentally from lignite and subbituminous coal:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 67 p., illus.lignite; coking; methods; evaluation; analyses; petrographic studies; experimental studies
Randich, P. G.1983Extension of Spiritwood aquifer system through North Dakota into CanadaUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1375, p. 95
Randich, P. G.1981Ground-water resources of McHenry County, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 74; ND State Water Commission County Groundwater Studies No. 33, Part III, 47 p.
Randich, P. G.1982Buried valleys in north-central North DakotaUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1275, pp. 104-105
Randich, P. G.1981Ground-water data for McHenry County, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 74; ND State Water Commission County Groundwater Studies No. 33, Part II, 446 p.
Randich, P. G.1980Preliminary map showing availability of water from glacial-drift aquifers in McHenry County, north-central North DakotaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 80-0562, 1 Sheet
Randich, P. G., and Kuzniar, R. L.1984Ground-water resources of Bottineau and Rolette counties, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 78; ND State Water Commission County Groundwater Studies No. 35, Part II, 41 p.
Randich, P. G., and Kuzniar, R. L.1984Ground-water resources of Towner County, North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 79; ND State Water Commission County Groundwater Studies No. 36, Part III, 26 p.
Randich, P. G., and Kuzniar, R. L.1982Preliminary map showing availability of water from glacial-drift aquifers in Towner County, north-central North DakotaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 82-0767, 1 Sheet
Randich, P.G.1977Ground-water resources of Benson and Pierce counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 59, Part 3 (North Dakota State Water Commission County Ground-water studies 18), 76 p., illus.groundwater; aquifers; Cretaceous; glacial deposits; water quality; water resources; geology; bedrock topography; maps
Randich, P.G.1979Ground-water resources of Grant and Sioux counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 67, Part 3 (North Dakota State Water Commission County Ground-water Studies 24), 49 p., illus.geohydrology; stratigraphy; water quality; Cretaceous; Fox Hills aquifer; Hell Creek aquifers; Tertiary; Cannonball aquifer; Ludlow aquifer; Tongue River aquifer; Sentinel Butte aquifers; lithology; water levels; glacial aquifers; potential yields; Holocene; alluvial deposit aquifers; geochemistry; groundwater flow; water utilization
Randich, P.G.1976Buried valleys (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1000, p. 124.McHenry County; buried-valley aquifers; water quality; water chemistry
Randich, P.G.1975bGround-water basic data for Grant and Sioux counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 67, Part 2 (North Dakota State Water Commission County Ground-Water Studies 24), 303 p., illus.groundwater resources; water quality; lithologic logs; water wells; well data; aquifer characteristics; hydrogeology; stream flow; chemical analyses; Grant County; Sioux County
Randich, P.G.1975aExtensive aquifer in Grant and Sioux Counties (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 975, p. 105.Fox Hills Sandstone; aquifer; potential yield
Randich, P.G.1974aGround-water availability in the Belcourt area, Rolette County, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 75-101, 37 p., illus.stratigraphy; bedrock; Pierre Formation; Fox Hills Formation; glacial deposits; groundwater; water quality; well logs
Randich, P.G.1974bRelations between ground water and surface water in Grant and Sioux Counties (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 900, p. 86.glacial aquifers; buried glacial valleys; groundwater flow; water quality; glaciofluvial deposits
Randich, P.G.1973bGeohydrology of Cretaceous and Tertiary formations in Grant and Sioux Counties (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 850, p. 100.aquifers; Hell Creek Formation; Fox Hills Sandstone; Tongue River Formation; Cannonball Formation; lithology; groundwater flow
Randich, P.G.1973aBuried glacial-valley aquifers in Morton County (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 850, p. 99-100.glacial features; aquifers; Heart River Valley
Randich, P.G.1972Ground-water resources of Benson and Pierce Counties, north-central North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-476, 1 sheet, illus.groundwater resources; water supply; water quality; aquifers; well data; Benson County; Pierce County; glacial aquifers; Cretaceous; Fox Hills Formation; Pierre Shale; Dakota Sandstone
Randich, P.G.1971Ground-water basic data, Benson and Pierce Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 59, Part 2 (North Dakota Water Commission County Ground-Water Study 18), 360 p., illus.water supply; water wells; groundwater; water utilization; electric well logging; hydrologic data; hydrologic properties; physical properties; chemical analyses; water chemistry; water quality; Benson County; Pierce County
Randich, P.G.1968Ground-water levels in North Dakota, 1966:North Dakota Water Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 74, 117 p., illus.groundwater availability; water levels; water wells; aquifer systems; water supply; water measurement; observation wells; groundwater resources
Randich, P.G.1965Geology and ground water resources of Burleigh County, North Dakota--Part 2, Ground water basic data:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 42 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Study 3), 273 p., illus.well data; hydrogeology; well logs; water analyses; water properties; water measurement; maps; groundwater; Burleigh County
Randich, P.G.1963aGeology and ground-water resources near Berthold, Ward County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 46, 26 p., illus. including geologic map, scale approx. 1:63,360.hydrogeology; well data; aquifers; Tertiary; Fort Union Formation; water analyses; water resources; glacial aquifers; Ward County
Randich, P.G., and Bradley, Edward1962Ground-water resources in the vicinity of Leeds, Benson County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 44, 27 p., illus.hydrogeology; glacial aquifers; well data; water analyses; Benson County; water resources
Randich, P.G., and Hatchett, J.L.1966Geology and ground water resources of Burleigh County, North Dakota--Part 3, Ground water resources:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 42 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Study 3), 92 p., illus.Burleigh County; groundwater; water supply; aquifer systems; Dakota sandstone; groundwater availability; water analyses
Randich, P.G., Petri, L.R., and Adolphson, D.G.1962Geology and ground water resources of Kidder County, North Dakota--Part 2, Ground water basic data:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 36 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Study 1), 134 p., illus.Kidder County; water wells; water analyses; well logs; well data; hydrogeology
Randich, Philip G.1963bGeology and ground-water resources of the Linton-Strasburg area, Emmons County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 50, 52 p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:126,720.hydrogeology; water analyses; glacial aquifers; aquifers; Cretaceous; Fox Hills Formation; water resources; well data; Emmons County; geology; Dakota Sandstone; geologic map
Randich, Philip G.1961Ground water conditions in the vicinity of Ashley, McIntosh County, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Conservation Commission North Dakota Ground-Water Study 37, 20 p., illus.hydrogeology; glacial aquifers; well data; water resources; water analyses; McIntosh County; groundwater
Rannie, W. F.2001Assessment of the historic hydrology of the Assiniboine River and Watershed 1793-1870:Geological Survey of Canada Open-File Report 4087, 245 p. Assiniboine River basin; Canada; climate; floods; history; hydrology; Manitoba; North Dakota; Qu'Apelle River; runoff; Saskatchewan; Souris River; surface water; United-States; watersheds;
Rao, M. B.1989The joy or nightmare of analyzing sandy dataProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 43, p. 20
Rasmussen, William C.1947Ground water in the deposits of ancient Lake Dakota, Dickey County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 4, 87 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale approx. 1:125,000).The hydrology, potential development of the groundwater resources, quality of water, and geologic history of the deposits of Lake Dakota are discussed. Well records and logs are included.
Rasmussen, William C.1945A reconnaissance of possible well irrigation areas:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 20, 6 p., illus. incl. geol. map.The areas studied are divided into three geological classes: outwash deposits, valley trains, and lake deposits. The Oakes area in Dickey County was recommended for further study. A map of the Pleistocene geology of the state is included.
Rau, Jon L.1951aOil boom, Williston Basin...wildcatter's paradise:North Dakota Engineer, v. 27, no. 1, p. 9-11, illus.petroleum; exploration; history; production
Rau, Jon L.1951bWhat the glaciers left behind:North Dakota Engineer, v. 26, no. 4, p. 10-11, illus.gravels; gold; sand; glacial deposits; Lake Agassiz
Rau, Jon L., Bakken, Wallace E., Chmelik, James, and Williams, Barrett J.1962Geology and ground water resources of Kidder County, North Dakota--Part 1, Geology:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 36 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Study 1), 70 p., illus. including geologic map, scale: [1:]126,720.geologic map; glacial geology; Kidder County; stratigraphy; Tertiary; Cretaceous; Pleistocene; glacial features; geomorphology; glacial history; glacial stratigraphy; topography; drainage history; cross sections; till
Raup, O. B.1991Descriptive model of bedded salt; deposit subtype, marine evaporite saltUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 91-0011-A, pp. 29-30
Ravizza, G. E., and Turekian, K. K.1989Application of the SUP 187 Re- SUP 187 Os system to black shale geochronometryGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, V. 53, pp. 3257-3262
Ravizza, G. E., and Turekian, K. K.1987Re/Os geochronometry of black shales; an isochron for the Bakken Shale (L. Miss.), North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 19, p. 813
Rawson, R.R.1966Petrographic facies analysis of the Ray Member, Kibbey Formation, Williston Basin and central Montana (University of Wisconsin Ph.D. dissertation, 85 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1967, v. 28, no. 3, p. 950B.Williston Basin; Kibbey Formation; Mississippian; isopach map; well logs; type well; lithofacies map; paleontology; structure; lithology; facies (geologic); depositional environments; anhydrites; limestone; dolomite; geologic history; well data
Rawson, Richard R.1968bMississippian carbonate, Montana and North Dakota (abstract):Arizona Academy of Science Journal, v. 5, proceedings supplement, p. 24.Kibbey Formation; Williston Basin; Ray Member; limestone; dolomite; anhydrite; textures; facies; depositional history
Rawson, Richard R.1969Petrographic analysis of the "Kibbey Limestone",in Eastern Montana symposium--The economic geology of eastern Montana and adjacent areas: Montana Geological Society 20th Annual Conference, p. 165-177, illus.Mississippian; Kibbey Formation; Ray Member; facies (sedimentary); sedimentary environments; limestone facies map; lithofacies map; isopach map
Rawson, Richard R.1968aThe "Kibbey Limestone" of the Williston Basin and central Montana:Wyoming Geological Association Earth Science Bulletin, v. 1, no. 3, p. 35-47, illus.Williston Basin; Kibbey Formation; Mississippian; stratigraphy; isopach maps; well logs; Ray Member; type section; structural geology; lithology; geologic history; limestone
Raynolds, William F.1867Report of Brevet Colonel W. F. Raynolds, U.S.A. Corps of Engineers, on the exploration of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers, in 1859-1860:U. S. 40th Cong., 1st sess., Senate Ex. Doc. 77, 174 p., illus.The general description of the country traversed includes mention of geologic features and deposits observed. The geology of the area was studied by Hayden but was not published as part of the report.
Read, J. F.1994Milankovitch cycles, sequences and early diagenesis on carbonate platforms formed under greenhouse vs icehouse conditions; implications for reservoirs in carbonate rocks,in, Schultz, A. P., and Rader, E. K., eds., Studies in eastern energy and the environment; AAPG Eastern Section special volume: Virginia Division of Mineral Resources Publication 132, p. 141-176.Appalachians; arid environment; Atlantic Ocean; Cambrian; carbonate platforms; carbonate ramps; carbonate rocks; carbonate shelves; Carboniferous; controls; correlation; cycles; cyclothems; data processing; deposition; diagenesis; dolostone; Ellenburger Group; eustacy; Fischer plots; Grayburg Formation; Great Bahama Bank; greenhouse effect; Guadalupian; Holder Formation; Horseshoe Atoll; humid environment; karst; Knox Group; lithofacies; Lodgepole Formation; Maryland; Midcontinent; Milankovitch theory; Mississippian; models; Montana; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Ordovician; paleoclimatology; Paleozoic; Paradox Basin; Pennsylvanian; Permian; Permian Basin; planar bedding structures; rates; Red River Formation; regression; reservoir rocks; San Andres Formation; sedimentary rocks; sedimentary structures; sedimentation; sedimentation rates; semi-arid environment; sequence stratigraphy; siliciclastics; simulation; solution features; stratigraphy; subsidence; Texas; transgression; Virginia; Whitney Canyon-Carter Creek-Field; Williston Basin; Wyoming; Yates Formation;
Reagor, B. G., Stover, C. W., and Algermissen, S. T.1981Seismicity map of the State of North DakotaU. S. Geological Survey
Redden, J. A., and Dewitt, E.1996Early Proterozoic tectonic history of the Black Hills; an atypical Trans-Hudson Orogen:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, n. 7, p. 315.amphibolite facies; Black Hills; Canada; chemically precipitated rocks; clastic rocks; cleavage; compression tectonics; conglomerate; cratons; emplacement; facies; folds; foliation; granites; graywacke; greenschist facies; Harney Peak Granite; Hudsonian Orogeny; igneous rocks; iron formations; isoclinal folds; metamorphic rocks; nappes; Neoproterozoic; North Dakota; plutonic rocks; Precambrian; Proterozoic; pyroclastics; sandstone; sedimentary rocks; sedimentation; shale; South Dakota; strike; structural analysis; tectonics; terranes; thin skinned tectonics; tuff; volcanic rocks;
Redly, P., and Hajnal, Z.1995Earth-curvature based interpretation of intracratonic and foreland basin evolution; a regional seismic study from Western Canada:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 6, p. 392.basins; Canada; compression tectonics; evolution; faults; folds; foreland basins; geophysical surveys; interpretation; intracratonic basins; Montana; normal faults; North Dakota; patterns; reverse faults; Rocky Mountains foreland; seismic surveys; subsidence; tectonics; three dimensional models; thrust faults; tilt; uplifts; Williston Basin;
Redly, P., and Hajnal, Z.1996Basinwide fold evolution and geometric development of cratonic-foreland basin interaction:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, v. 5, p. 118.basins; Canada; compression tectonics; corrections; cratons; deformation; evolution; folds; foreland basins; geometry; geophysical profiles; geophysical surveys; North Dakota; seismic profiles; seismic surveys; South Dakota; subsidence; tectonics; tilt; Williston Basin;
Redly, P., and Hajnal, Z.1995Tectono-stratigraphic evolution of the Williston Basin - A regional seismic stratigraphic study,in Hunter, L. D. V., and Schalla, R. A., eds., Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Billings, MT, Montana Geological Society, p. 341-350.North Dakota; Williston Basin; stratigraphy; seismic interpretation; regional structure; COCORP; illustrations; seismic lines; North Dakota Geological Society; Saskatchewan Geological Society;
Reed, B., Galvin, C.J., Jr., and Miller, J.P.1962Some aspects of drumlin geometry:American Journal of Science, v. 260, no. 3, p. 200-210, illus.; reprinted 1975, in Glacial deposits: Dowden, Hutchinson, and Ross, Inc., p. 165-171, illus.glacial features; drumlins; Pierce County; geomorphology; orientation; spatial distribution
Reed, C. A., and Seelig, B. D.1994Sealing abandoned wells in North Dakota; a status report:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 321-326.abandoned wells; economics; ground water; North Dakota; pollution; protection; water quality; water resources; wells;
Reed, C.A.1993Investigation and rehabilitation of a tilting principal spillway riser; A case history:Annual Meeting; Association of Engineering Geologists No. 36, p. 66-67. dams; design; drilling; failures; foundations; Middle Branch Park River Dam; North Dakota; spillways;
Reed, C.A., Fredrickson, D., and Seelig, B.1991Sealing abandoned farm wells in North Dakota; A practical approach:Annual Meeting of the Association of Engineering Geologists No. 34, p. 904-911. abandoned water wells; Barnes County; bentonite; cement; clastic rocks; clastic sediments; methods; North Dakota; sand; sealing; sedimentary rocks; sediments; water wells;
Reed, Charles A., and Turnbull, William D.1965The mammalian genera Arctoryctes and Cryptoryctes from the Oligocene and Miocene of North America:Chicago Museum of Natural History, Fieldiana--Geology, v. 15, no. 2, p. 99-170, illus.paleontology; mammals; Brule Formation; Stark County; Arctoryctes; Tertiary; Wyoming; Colorado; North Dakota
Reed, H.E.1963Salt deposits of the Williston Basin--United States portion,in Symposium on salt, Cleveland, 1962: Cleveland, Ohio, Northern Ohio Geological Society, p. 147-165, illus.Williston Basin; salt deposits; potash deposits; structural geology; cross sections; Jurassic; stratigraphy; depositional environments; Permian; Mississippian; Devonian; isopach maps
Reed, T.B.1997Digital simulation of ground-water flow in the Warwick Aquifer, Fort Totten Indian Reservation, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 97-4114, 50 p.digital simulation; discharge; Fort Totten Indian Reservation; flow; ground water; hydrodynamics; irrigation; North Dakota; rates; springs; statistical analysis; three dimensional models; topography; Warwick Aquifer; water management; water resources; water table;
Reed, T.B.1999Vulnerability of ground water in the Tokio and Warwick aquifers to surface contamination, Fort Totten Indian Reservation, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 98-4152, 30 p.aquifers; Benson County; Fort Totten Indian Reservation; geographic information systems; GIS; ground water; hydraulic conductivity; hydrogeologic maps; hydrology; maps; North Dakota; pollutants; pollution; seepage; Tokio Aquifer; transport; USGS; Warwick Aquifer;
Reede, Roger J.1970Above the scene: North Dakota geology from the air:North Dakota Quarterly, v. 38, no. 2, p. 7-30, illus.North Dakota; geology; aerial photography; geomorphology; remote sensing; field trip guidebook
Reede, Roger John1972Geology of southern Nelson County, North Dakota (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 131 p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:190,080); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1973, v. 33, no. 9, p. 4342.stratigraphy; Pierre Shale; glacial deposits; Quaternary; Coleharbor Formation; lithology; Stump Lake; mollusks; glacial history; geologic history; bedrock topography; glacial features; glacial Lake Bergen; Sheyenne River Channel; Devils Lake; economic geology; well log data; lithostratigraphic map; geologic map
Reeder, Harold O.1978Summary appraisals of the Nations' ground-water resources--Souris-Red-Rainy region:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 813-K, 25 p., illus.groundwater resources; Minnesota; Montana; North Dakota; South Dakota; aquifers; groundwater quality; saline water; utilization
Reeve, D. M.1986Seismic detection of Mississippian Frobisher-Alida facies, Wiley and Mouse River Park fields, Bottineau and Renville counties, Williston Basin, North DakotaMaster's, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, 87 p.
Rehbein, Edward A.1978Depositional environments and lignite resources of the Fort Union Formation, west-central North Dakota,in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 295-305, illus.Fort Union Formation; lignite; reserves; structural geology; stratigraphy; well logs; correlations; depositional environments; isopach maps; structure maps; Tertiary; Cannonball Member; Ludlow Member; Tongue River Member; Sentinel Butte Member
Rehbein, Edward A.1977bStratigraphy, depositional environments, and lignite resources of Fort Union Formation, west-central North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 61, no. 5, p. 821.Fort Union Formation; Tongue River Member; Cannonball Member; Ludlow Member; Sentinel Butte Member; Paleocene; lignite; reserves; paleoenvironments; sedimentation
Rehbein, Edward A.1977aPreliminary report on stratigraphy, depositional environments, and lignite resources in the Fort Union Formation, west-central North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 77-69, 23 p., illus.Fort Union Formation; Cannonball Member; Ludlow Member; Tongue River Member; Sentinel Butte Member; stratigraphy; structure; depositional environments; maps; cross sections; well logs; lignite; Tertiary
Rehm, B. W., and Groenewold, G. H.1983Unsaturated zone water chemistry from undisturbed and surface-mined areas of North Dakotain, Nielsen, D. M., and Curl, M., eds., Proceedings of the NWWA/U.S. EPA conference on characterization and monitoring of the vadose (unsaturated zone); December 8-10, 1983, National Water Well Association, Las Vegas, NV, pp. 782-798
Rehm, B. W., Groenewold, G. H., and Morin, K. A.1980Hydraulic properties of coal and related materials, northern Great PlainsGround Water, V. 18, pp. 551-561
Rehm, B. W., Groenewold, G. H., and Peterson, W. M.1982Mechanisms, distribution and frequency of groundwater recharge in an upland area of western North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 75, 72 p.
Rehm, B.W., Groenewold, G.H., and Moran, S.R.1978The hydraulic conductivity of lignite and associated geological materials and strip mine spoils, western North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 10, no. 7, p. 477.groundwater resources; mining impact
Reid, H., and Almon, B.1992Geology & DST analysis; an integrated approach to identify formation damage & bypassed pay using pore geometry, clay mineralogy and pressure behaviorWest Texas Geological Society Bulletin, V. 31, p. 7
Reid, H.W.1997Evaluating seal facies permeability and fluid content from drill-stem test data,in, Surdam, R.C., ed., Seals, traps, and the petroleum system: AAPG Memoir 67, p.299-312.Canada; clastic rocks; correlation; drill-stem tests; drilling; Horner method; lithofacies; natural gas; North Dakota; permeability; petroleum; petroleum engineering; pressure; reservoir properties; reservoir rocks; sandstone; sedimentary rocks; stratigraphic traps; stratigraphic wedges;
Reid, J. R.1993Mechanisms of shoreline erosion along lakes and reservoirs,in, Allen, H. H., and Tingle, J. L., eds., Proceedings, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers workshop on Reservoir shoreline erosion features; a national problem: Miscellaneous Paper W, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS, p. 18-32.beaches; erosion features; geometry; ground water; lacustrine features; lakes; landform evolution; McLean County; North Dakota; reservoirs; shorelines; stabilization;
Reid, J. R., and Dorough, W. G.1989Inland coastal erosion processes, Lake Sakakawea, NDV. 6, pp. 4460-4470
Reid, J. R., and Elliott, M. C.1989Reservoir bank erosion, Lake Sakakawea, NDEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 70, pp. 332-333
Reid, J. R., and Millsop, M. D.1985Bank recession along a seasonally high energy shoreline, Lake Sakakawea, North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 17, p. 698
Reid, J. R., Kehew, A. E., and Sandberg, B. S.1986Human causes of the Riverdale, ND slumpProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 40, p. 105
Reid, J. R., Sandberg, B. S., and Millsop, M. D.1988Bank recession processes, rates, and prediction, Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota, U.S.AGeomorphology, V. 1, pp. 161-189
Reid, J.R., and Bluemle, J.P.1997Geologic history of the Devils Lake Basin, ND:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 51, p. 10-13.North Dakota; Symposium; pre-glacial history; glacial history; Cretaceous; Niobrara Formation; Pierre Formation; Fox Hills Formation; Hell Creek Formation; boulders; dating; lakes; Spiritwood Aquifer; surficial geology; ice sheets; deglaciation; proglacial lakes; buried ice; outlets; fluctuations; drainage; Sully's Hill;
Reid, J.R., and Bluemle, J.P.1995History of glacial research in North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 49, p. 55.North Dakota; Symposium; glaciers; landforms; Turtle Mountains; Prairie Coteaux; Missouri Coteaux; Louis Agassiz; James Hector; Palliser Expedition; early history; T.C. Chamberlin; Warren Upham; Altamont Moraine; Minnesota; South Dakota; mapping; Lee Clayton; Stephen Moran;
Reid, John R.1966On the cover: esker:Geotimes, v. 11, no. 1, p. 1,3, illus.glacial feature; Grand Forks County; glacial Lake Agassiz; esker; photograph
Reid, John R.1969Glaciers--"Living and dead":North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 21, 1967, p. 42-56, illus.Missouri Coteau; glacial geology; glacial features; topography; dead-ice features; modern analog; Martin River Glacier, Alaska
Reid, John R., and Johnson, A.W.1978REAP land cover analysis of North Dakota using computer-processed LANDSAT imagery:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, Papers, v. 31, pt. 2, p. 141-155, illus.maps; land utilization; computer interpretation; remote sensing; methods
Reid, John R., and Johnson, A.W.1977REAP land cover analysis of North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, Abstracts, v. 31, pt 1, p. 25.maps; land utilization; computer interpretation; remote sensing; methods
Reid, John R., and Laird, Wilson M.1963Study of the Martin River Glacier in south-central Alaska (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 17, p. 95.Alaska; North Dakota; Pleistocene; modern analog; glacial geology
Reid, L.A.1967Chemical, physical and biological characteristics of Lake Ashtabula Reservoir in southeastern North Dakota:North Dakota State University M.S. thesis, 64 p.water quality; primary productivity; physical, chemical, and biological properties; Lake Ashtabula; reservoirs; Sheyenne River; aquatic life
Reid, R., ed.1988Lewis and Clark in North Dakota:Bismarck, ND, State Historical Society of North Dakota, 374 p.burning lignite; early exploration; mineral salts; North Dakota; pumice stone; scoria; (reprinted; first printing 1948)
Reid, S.G., Miller, D.D., Teselle, R.D., Johnson, R.P., and Thusesen, R.A.1979Developments in Northern Rockies in 1978:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 63, no. 8, p. 1386-1398, illus.petroleum; development; exploration; Cambrian; Deadwood Formation; North Dakota; production
Reid, S.G., Tonnsen, J.J., and Johnson, R.P.1978Oil and gas developments in northern Rockies in 1977:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 62, no. 8, p. 1498-1510, illus.petroleum; production; exploration
Rein, D. A., Twaddle, J. J., and Padmanabhan, G.1989A preliminary analysis of quality of urban runoff from Fargo, North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 43, p. 74
Reiners, P.W., and Heffern, E.L.2002Pleistocene exhumation rates of Wyoming intermontane basins from (U Th)/He dating of clinker:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, n. 6, p. 321. absolute age; basins; Cenozoic; clinker; coal; combustion; dates; erosion; erosion rates; exhumation; fires; incised valley systems; intermontane basins; Little Thunder Creek; metamorphism; Miocene; Montana; Neogene; nesosilicates; North Dakota; orthosilicates; Pleistocene; Powder River Basin; processes; Quaternary; rates; relief; Rochelle Hills; scarps; sedimentary rocks; silicates; Tertiary; thermal metamorphism; thermochronology; U-Th-He; Wyoming; zircon;
Reishus, Mark1968The Newcastle Formation in the Williston Basin of North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 47, 26 p., illus.Newcastle Formation; Cretaceous; Williston Basin; isopach map; structure map; cross sections; stratigraphic nomenclature; stratigraphy; lithology; well logs; stratigraphic correlation; structural geology; Cedar Creek Anticline; Nesson Anticline; Billings-Stark structural nose; Cavalier high; Rolette-Towner nose; depositional environments; economic geology; petroleum
Reishus, Mark1967The Newcastle Formation (Lower Cretaceous) in the Williston Basin of North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 139 p., illus.Newcastle Formation; Cretaceous; isopach maps; structural maps; cross sections; stratigraphy; structural geology; Williston Basin; Cedar Creek Anticline; Nesson Anticline; Billings-Stark structural nose; Cavalier high; Rolette-Towner nose; depositional environments; economic geology; oil fields; oil wells; well data
Reiskind, J.1986Paleontology and stratigraphy of the Niobrara Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of eastern North Dakota with emphasis on the calcareous nannoplanktonDoctoral, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 477 p.
Reiskind, J.1983Trace fossils in core, Niobrara Formation (Upper Cretaceous), northeastern North DakotaGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 15, p. 224
Reiskind, J.1982Niobrara Formation (Upper Cretaceous), eastern North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 66, p. 622
Reiskind, J.1983Stratigraphy of the Niobrara Formation (Upper Cretaceous), eastern North DakotaCompass, V. 60, pp. 111-120
Reiskind, J.1992Biostratigraphy and taphonomy of the calcareous nannoplankton of the Niobrara Formation, northeastern North Dakota,in Erickson, J.M., and Hoganson, J.W., eds., Proceedings of the F. D. Holland, Jr., geological symposium: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 76, p. 19. algae; biogenic structures; biostratigraphy; bioturbation; Cretaceous; diagenesis; early diagenesis; Mesozoic; nannofossils; nannoplankton; Niobrara Formation; North Dakota; plankton; Plantae; Santonian; sedimentary structures; Senonian; taphonomy;
Reisz, M. R.1991Reservoir evaluation of horizontal Bakken well performance on the southwestern flank of the Williston Basinin, Boardman, J., and Bindon-Bonney, E., eds., Proceedings; SPE Asia Pacific Conference, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Richardson, TX, pp. 19-34
Reisz, M. R.1991Reservoir evaluation of horizontal Bakken well performance on the southwestern flank of the Williston BasinSociety of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, V. 66, pp. 9-24
Reiten, J.1983Quaternary geology of the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic SiteMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 151 p.
Remenda, V. H., Cherry, J. A., and Edwards, T. W. D.1993Oxygen isotope variations in clay aquitards in the western glaciated plains of North America,in, Isotope techniques in the study of past and current environmental changes in the hydrosphere and the atmosphere: Proceedings of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Viennna, p. 381-391.absolute age; age; aquifers; aquitards; C 14; Canada; carbon; Cenozoic; dates; glaciation; ground water; hydraulic conductivity; isotope ratios; isotopes; Lake Agassiz; Manitoba; North Dakota; O-18/ O-16; oxygen; Pleistocene; Quaternary; radioactive isotopes; stable isotopes;
Remus, J.I II, and Davinroy, R.D.2001Use of chevron structures to create depth diversity in the Missouri River:Proceedings of the Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference 7, v. 1, p. I35-II41. channels; construction; dams; design; hydraulics; hydrology; Iowa; Missouri River; Montana; North Dakota; slope stability; South Dakota; stabilization; streamflow; streams; waterways;
Reynolds, R. R., Jr., Thompson, J. G., Ostresh, L. M., and Wilkinson, K. P.1982Study of change and disorganization in energy-development communities of the Great PlainsUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1275, p. 266
Ricca, G., Severini, F., Di Silvestro, G., Yuan, C.M., and Adani, F.2000Derivatization and structural studies by spectroscopic methods of humic acids from leonardite:Geoderma, v. 98, n. 3-4, p. 115-125.chemical reactions; coal; experimental studies; FTIR spectra; geochemistry; humic acids; hydroxyl ion; infrared spectra; leonardite; lignite; methylation; molecular structure; NMR spectra; North Dakota; organic acids; organic compounds; sedimentary rocks; spectra;
Rice, D. D.1984Controls of shallow gas accumulations in low-permeability reservoirs of Northern Great PlainsAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 68, pp. 520-521
Rice, D. D., and Shurr, G. W.1983Patterns of sedimentation and paleogeography across the Western Interior Seaway during time of deposition of Upper Cretaceous Eagle Sandstone and equivalent rocks, Northern Great PlainsRocky Mountain Paleogeography Symposium, V. 2, pp. 337-358
Rice, D. D., and Shurr, G. W.1980Major gas resources in shallow, tight pays seen for northern Great PlainsOil and Gas Journal, V. 78, pp. 178-194
Rice, D. D., and Shurr, G. W.1982Patterns of sedimentation in Upper Cretaceous shales, northern Great Plains, United StatesInternational Congress on Sedimentology, V. 7, p. 69
Rice, D. D., and Shurr, G. W.1980Shallow, low-permeability reservoirs of northern Great Plains; assessment of their natural gas resourcesAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 64, pp. 969-987
Rice, D. D., Cobban, W. A., and Shurr, G. W.1990Cretaceous rocks of Cedar Creek Anticline area, eastern Montana and southwestern North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 74, pp. 1342-1343
Rice, D.D.1975Three unedited stratigraphic sections of Cretaceous and Paleocene rocks of the Northern Great Plains, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 75-98, 5 pls.Cretaceous; Paleocene; stratigraphy; cross sections; correlation charts
Rice, Dudley D.1977Stratigraphic sections from well logs and outcrops of Cretaceous and Paleocene rocks, northern Great Plains, North Dakota and South Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Oil and Gas Investigation Chart OC-72, 3 sheets.Cretaceous; lithology; stratigraphy; paleontology; correlations; well logs
Rice, Dudley D.1976bCorrelation chart of Cretaceous and Paleocene rocks of the northern Great Plains:U.S. Geological Survey Chart OC-70, 1 sheet.stratigraphy; Cretaceous; Paleocene; Alberta; Montana; North Dakota; South Dakota
Rice, Dudley D.1976aRevision of Cretaceous nomenclature of the Northern Great Plains in Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota,in Cohee, G.V., and Wright, W.B., Changes in stratigraphic nomenclature by the U.S. Geological Survey, 1975: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1422-A, p. A66-A67.Cretaceous; stratigraphic nomenclature
Rice, Dudley D., and Shurr, G. W.1978bNatural gas resources of shallow, low-permeability (tight) reservoirs of the northern Great Plains (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1100, p. 19-20.Montana; North Dakota; South Dakota; Wyoming; Cretaceous; natural gas reservoirs; reserves
Rice, Dudley D., and Shurr, George W.1978cPotential for major natural gas resources in shallow, low-permeability reservoirs of the northern Great Plains,in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 265-281, illus.stratigraphy; Cretaceous; structural geology; natural gas; origin; accumulation; potential; reservoirs; lithofacies
Rice, Dudley D., and Shurr, George W.1978aNatural gas resources in shallow, low-permeability reservoirs of northern Great Plains (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 62, no. 5, p. 891-892.Western North Dakota; natural gas; Cretaceous; exploration; Canada; "biogenic gas"
Rice, Thomas D., Willard, R. E., and Weaver, J. T.1908Soil survey of the Williston area, North Dakota:U. S. Dept. Agr., Bur. Soils, Advance Sheets-Field Operations of the Bur. Soils, 1906, 28 p., illus. incl. soil map (scale 1:63,360); reprinted 1910: N. Dak. Agr. Coll. Survey 4th Bienn. Rept., p. 81-107, illus. soil map (scale 1:125,000).The survey covers an area in the center of Williams County. The soil types are mapped and described including the results of mechanical analyses.
Rich, Mark1964Microfossils from the Upper Devonian in western North Dakota (abstract):Georgia Academy of Science Bulletin, v. 22, no. 2, p. 6.Devonian; Duperow Formation; Foraminifera
Rich, Mark1965"Calcispheres" from the Duperow Formation (Upper Dovonian) in western North Dakota:Journal of Paleontology, v. 39, no. 1, p. 143-145, illus.Duperow Formation; Devonian; micropaleontology; Williams County; McKenzie County; Foraminifera
Rich, Mark, and Pernichele, Albert D.1965Petrography of portions of the Duperow Formation (Upper Devonian) in western North Dakota:Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, v. 35, no. 3, p. 575-588, illus.Duperow Formation; Devonian; Williston Basin; stratigraphy; lithology; carbonates; limestones; calcarenite; biolithite; anhydrite; dolomite; petrography
Richard, D., Williams, R., and Swanson, R.1987Low head dam safety studied with hydraulic modelsin, Ragan, R. M., ed., Proceedings of the Conference on Hydraulic Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineering, New York, NY, pp. 528-533
Richardson, D.1985Paleoenvironment at the Almont fossil siteProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 39, p. 14
Richardson, D.1984Paleoenviroment at the Almont fossil siteProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 38, p. 105
Richardson, J. L.1984Field observation and measurement of water repellency for soil surveyorsSoil Survey Horizons, V. 25, No. 2, pp. 32-36
Richardson, J. L.1991Drainage effects on salinization, organic matter and selenium in wetland soils65 p.
Richardson, J. L.1984The relationship of soil organic-c to soil color, soil texture, and other soil properties of selected North Dakota soilsProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 38, p. 41
Richardson, J. L.1989The argillic horizon in calcareous North Dakota till: Relationships and conditions of formationSoil Survey Horizons, V. 30, pp. 92-97
Richardson, J. L.1996Mixing soil and water; the geology of wetlands:Geotimes, v. 41, n. 7, p. 26-29.climate; diagenesis; discharge; effects; floodplains; fluvial features; ground water; mixing; soils; solubility; surface water; wetlands;
Richardson, J. L., and Arndt, J. L.1989What use prairie potholes?Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, V. 44, No. 3, pp. 196-198
Richardson, J. L., and Bigler, R. J.1984Principal component analysis of prairie pothole soils in North DakotaSoil Science Society of America Journal, V. 48, pp. 1350-1355
Richardson, J. L., and Bigler, R. J.1982Comparison of Walkley-Black and dry combustion organic carbon determinations in calcareous water-logged North Dakota soilsCommunications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, V. 13, pp. 175-183
Richardson, J. L., and Daniels, R. B.1993Stratigraphic and hydrologic influences on soil colorin, Bingham, J., and Ciolcosz, E. J., eds., Soil Color, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI, pp. 109-125
Richardson, J. L., and McCarthy, G. J.1987Smectite (beidellite) and evaporites of saline soils in semiarid and subhumid climates of North DakotaProgram and Abstracts of the Clay Minerals Conference, October 18-22, 1987, Socorro, NM, p. 116
Richardson, J. L., and Wollenhaupt, N. C.1983Water repellency of degraded lignite in a reclaimed soilCanadian Journal of Soil Science, V. 63, pp. 405-407
Richardson, J. L., Arndt, J. L., and Enz, J. W.1990Effects of freezing on sulphate salts in North Dakota soils and wetlandsin, Cooley, K. R., ed., International Symposium Frozen Soil Impacts on Agricultural, Range, and Forest Lands, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, NH, pp. 212-215
Richardson, J. L., Arndt, J. L., and Freeland, J.1994Wetland soils of the prairie potholes:Advances in Agronomy, v. 52; p. 121-171.agriculture; Canada; climate; conservation; damage; floods; geomorphology; glaciated terrains; human activity; hydric soils; hydrologic cycle; hydrology; Iowa; land use; management; North Dakota; pedogenesis; prairies; soils; South Dakota; wetlands;
Richardson, J. L., Hopkins, D. G., Seelig, B. E., and Sweeney, M. D.1991Salinity development, recognition, and management in North Dakota soilsProceedings of the International Soil Correlation Meeting, V. 6, pp. 159-165
Richardson, J. L., Malterer, T. J., Gienke, A., Arndt, J. L., Rosek, M. J., and Duxbury, A. J.1987Classification problems associated with Histic soils of calcareous fensSoil Survey Horizons, V. 28, pp. 53-54
Richardson, J. L., Wilding, L. P., and Daniels, R. B.1993Recharge and discharge of ground water in aquic conditions illustrated with flownet analysisGeoderma, V. 53, pp. 65-78
Richardson, J.L., and Lura, C.L.1997Soils and strand lines of Devils Lake, North Dakota:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 51, p. 14-17.North Dakota; Symposium; lake levels; litigation; ownership; soils; strand lines; shorelines; deposition; erosion; fluctuation; entisols; mollisols; alfisols; transects; Stump Lake; Devils Lake; lacustrine; wetlands; profiles; horizons;
Richardson, R.E., and Karner, F.R.1973Preliminary description of Precambrian iron formation, Pembina County, North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 27, pt. 1, p. 28 (paper published), 1975: North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 27, pt. 2, p. 12-17, illus.Precambrian; magnetic anomalies; Pembina County; lithology; mineralogy
Richardson, Ronald E.1975Petrography of the Precambrian iron formation, Pembina County, North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.S. thesis, 82 p., illus.magnetic anomalies; Precambrian; Pembina County; petrography; stratigraphy; core descriptions; mineralogy; lithology; iron; metamorphic rocks; metasedimentary; schist; iron formations; ore deposits; genesis; exploration; geophysical surveys; magnetic surveys
Rickert, D. A.1994New U.S. Geological Survey protocol for measuring low levels of trace elements in water samples:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 24.laboratory studies; monitoring; pollution; sampling; techniques; trace elements; water quality; water resources;
Riebsame, W. E.1983Managing drought impacts on agriculture; the Great Plains experiencein, Platt, R. H., and Macinko, G., eds., Beyond the urban fringe; land use issues of nonmetropolitan America, University Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 257-270
Riffenburg, Harry B.1929Quality of the waters of North Dakota,in Simpson, Howard E., Geology and ground-water resources of North Dakota: U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 598, p.272-275.The total dissolved solids, the mineral substances present, and the hardness of the water are discussed.
Rininsland, H.1973Saskatchewan salt mining and special consideration of mining methods (Der Kalibergbau Saskatchewans unter Besonderer Beruecksichtigung der Grubenbetriebe):Berg-und Huettenmaennische Monatshefte, v. 118, no. 10, p. 313-318, illus. (in German).potash; North Dakota; Montana; Manitoba; Saskatchewan; Williston Basin
Ripley, D. P., and Comeskey, A. E.1984Ground-water resources of the Rugby-Pleasant Lake areaNorth Dakota State Water Commission Ground-Water Studies, V. 89, p. 118
Ripley, D.P.2000The water resource characteristics of the West Fargo aquifer system, Cass and Richland counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Ground-Water Studies No. 106, Part II, 233 p. aquifers; bedrock; Cass County; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrology; levels; movement; North Dakota; permeability; Richland County; variations; water balance; water management; water resources; water rights; water table; water use; water wells; West Fargo Aquifer; West Fargo, North Dakota;
Ripley, D.P.2002An estimate of low permeability confining layer leakage into a buried valley aquifer:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 34, n. 6, p. 230. aquifers; aquitards; Cass County; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; confining beds; Cretaceous; D-H; Fargo, North Dakota; gravel; ground water; hydrogen; isotope ratios; isotopes; Lake Agassiz; levels; measurement; Mesozoic; North Dakota; O-18/O-16; oxygen; permeability; Pleistocene; pressuremeters; Quaternary; recharge; sand; sediments; seepage; stable isotopes; storage coefficient; till; unconsolidated materials; West Fargo aquifer system;
Ripple, R. A., Sturm, S. D., and List, D. F.1997Sequence stratigraphic framework of the Lower Mississippian Lodgepole Formation, Williston Basin; carbonate ramp sedimentation in a starved basin setting:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, v. 6, p. 97.anaerobic environment; carbonate ramps; Carboniferous; chronostratigraphy; correlation; databases; data processing; lithofacies; Lodgepole Formation; Mississippian; North Dakota; Paleozoic; petrography; progradation; sedimentation; sedimentation rates; sequence stratigraphy; transgression; unconformities; well logs; Williston Basin;
Rittenhouse, G.1967Bromine in oil-field waters and its use in determining possibilities of origin of these waters:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 51, no. 12, p. 2430-2440.bromine; oil fields; water; brines; California; Texas; Alberta; Louisana; Mississippi; North Dakota; Oklahoma; water chemistry; water sources
Roaldson, R. G., Benson, S. A., and Karner, F. R.1984Interrelationships of major, minor, and trace elements with sulfides in a North Dakota ligniteProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 38, p. 36
Roaldson, R., Benson, S., and Karner, F. R.1983Selected trace elements in a stratigraphic sequence at the Center lignite mine, North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 37, p. 63
Roark, C. K. L., and Jordan, T. E.1987A stratigraphic test of gypsum dehydration and implications for basin developmentin, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, p. 265
Roberts, K. D.1994A survey of naturally occurring uranium in groundwater, southwestern North Dakota:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 284-294.actinides; Adams County; Billings County; Dunn County; ground water; Hettinger County; metals; monitoring; North Dakota; pollution; remediation; Slope County; Stark County; uranium; water quality; water resources:
Robertson, E. B.1983Paleocene palynology of the Missouri Breaksin, Dilcher, D. L., ed., Abstracts of the Joint Meeting between the Botanical Society of America and the Canadian Botanical Society, Botanical Society of America, Lawrence, KS, p. 77
Robertson, E.B.1975Pollen and spores as stratigraphic indicies to the North Dakota Paleocene (University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation, 192 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1976, v. 37, no. 1, p. 129B.Williston Basin; palynology; Paleocene; stratigraphy; biostratigraphy; minospores; zoning
Robertson, E.B.1995Pollen and spores as stratigraphic indices to the North Dakota Paleocene:Palynology, v. 19, p. 247. assemblages; biostratigraphy; biozones; Cenozoic; Cretaceous; Eocene; Golden Valley Formation; Hell Creek Formation; Mesozoic; microfossils; miospores; North Dakota; Paleocene; paleoclimatology; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; palynomorphs; pollen; pollen analysis; spores; Tertiary; Tullock Member; Williston Basin;
Robertson, E.B.2002The palynostratigraphy of the Camels Butte Member of the Golden Valley Formation at Camels Butte, Dunn County, North Dakota:Palynology, v. 26, p. 275-276. Alamo Bluff Lignite; biostratigraphy; biozones; Camels Butte Member; Cenozoic; correlation; Dunn County; Eocene; field studies; floral studies; fossil localities; Golden Valley Formation; microfossils; North Dakota; Paleogene; palynomorphs; Tertiary;
Robertson, E.B.2002The palynostratigraphy of the Camels Butte Member of the Golden Valley Formation at Camels Butte, Dunn County, North Dakota:in Aliff, J.V., ed., Georgia Academy of Science; Abstracts of presented papers and posters: Georgia Journal of Science, v. 60, n. 1, p. 46-47.Angiospermae; Betulacea; biostratigraphy; biozones; Camels Butte; Camels Butte Member; Cenozoic; Dicotyledoneae; Dunn County; Eocene; Golden Valley Formation; Junglandaceae; microfossils; miospores; North Dakota; paleoenvironment; Paleogene; paludal environment; palynomorphs; Plantae; pollen; Spermatophyta; spores; terrestrial environment; Tertiary; Ulmaceae;
Robertson, Eddie B.1972A reassessment of the position of the eastern depositional boundary of the Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation in western North Dakota, U.S.A. (abstract):American Journal of Botany, v. 59, no. 6, pt. 2, p. 662.microflora; paleobotany; angiosperms; gymnosperms; ferns; dinoflagellates; Hell Creek Formation; Ludlow Formation; Paleocene; Cretaceous
Robertson, Forbes1969Geologic map of North and South Dakota, map 7, in Geologic map portfolio no. 2 Laboratory study for historical geology: Washington, D.C., Williams and Heintz Map Corp., 64 p., 13 colored map sheets.geologic map; Pre-Mesozoic paleogeologic map
Robinove, Charles J.1956Geology and ground-water resources of the Hettinger area, Adams County, North Dakota:N. Dak. State Water Conserv. Comm. Ground-Water Studies no. 24, 44 p., illus.A brief description of the area and a summary of the geologic history are presented. The geologic formations and their water-bearing properties are described. The Tongue River and Fox Hills Formations provide most of the water in the area. Records and logs of the wells and test holes are included in the report.
Robinove, Charles J., Langford, R. H., and Brookhart, J. W.1958Saline-water resources of North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1428, 72 p., illus.The aquifers yielding saline groundwater are described. The major saline-water aquifers are Cretaceous in age. The chemical analyses of saline groundwater are included. Saline surface waters in lakes and streams are discussed.
Roe, Walter B.1950Geologic features of North Dakota lignite:Econ. Geol. v. 45, p. 434-440.The physical and chemical properties of the lignite beds are described. The origin of the lignite is discussed. The geologic history of the Fort Union and "Lance" deposits is presented. The effect of glaciation on the lignite area in western North Dakota is discussed.
Roehl, Perry O.1967Stony Mountain (Ordovician) and Interlake (Silurian) facies analogs of Recent low-energy marine and subaerial carbonates, Bahamas:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 51, no. 10, p. 1979-2032, illus.Williston Basin; Ordovician; Stony Mountain Formation; Silurian; Interlake Formation; carbonates; depositional environments; oil reservoirs; analog models; Cedar Creek Anticline; Bahamas; sediments; sedimentology; petrology
Rogers, Henry D., Morton, S. G., and Johnson, Walter R.1846Of the red pumice of the Missouri:Philadelphia Acad. Nat. Sci, Proc., v. 2, p. 239-240.The red pumice sent to the Academy by Edward Harris (1846) is identified as an argillaceous sandstone probably a lacustrine deposit of Tertiary age.
Rogers, M. H., Mattox, W. A., and Williams, C. W., Jr.1985Solution of Devonian Prairie Formation salt; seismic recognition and exploration implicationsin, Gries, R. R., and Dyer, R. C., eds., Seismic exploration of the Rocky Mountain region, Rocky Mountain Geological Association, Denver, CO, Denver Geophysical Society, Denver, CO, pp. 137-142
Rohn, K. H.1986Camel ButteJewelry Making Gems and Minerals, V. 580, pp. 24-28
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Rohn, K.H.2004North Dakota collecting; chalcedony, agate, and petrified wood are part of the bounty:Rock and Gem, v. 34, n. 6, p. 20-22.agate; chalcedony; collecting; fossil wood; framework silicates; Glen Ullin, North Dakota; Grant County, North Dakota; Heart Butte Dam Recreation Area; Hettinger County, North Dakota; Lake Tschida; mineral localities; North Dakota; popular geology; Richardton, North Dakota; Schnell Recreation Area; silica minerals; silicates; Stark County, North Dakota;
Rohn, K.H.2001Amidon's agatized wood; Prime collecting in a corner of North Dakota:Rock and Gem, v. 31, n. 12, p. 40-43, 48. agate; agatized wood; chalcedony; collecting; fossil wood; framework silicates; Hettinger County; Indian Creek; mineral localities; North Dakota; popular geology; Regent, North Dakota; silica minerals; silicates;
Rohn, Kenneth H.2002The fabulous quartz family; Two forms, many functions:Rock and Gem, v. 32, n. 6, p. 64-67. amethyst; California; Canada; collecting; Eastern Canada; framework silicates; gems; granites; Half Dome; igneous rocks; mineral localities; national parks; natural curiosities; North Dakota; Ontario; plutonic rocks; popular geology; public lands; quartz; quartz crystal; silica minerals; silicates; Yosemite National Park;
Rominger, Joseph R.1954Relationships of plasticity and grain size of Lake Agassiz sediments:Jour. Geology, v. 62, no. 6, p. 537-572, illus.The grain size distribution, plasticity, and natural water content are reported for 71 samples from Grand Forks and Fargo, North Dakota. The megascopic lithology and mineralogy are described. The results and the relationships of the properties are discussed.
Rominger, Joseph R., and Rutledge, Philip C.1952Use of soil mechanics data in correlation and interpretation of Lake Agassiz sediments [Minn.-N. Dak.]:Jour. Geology, v. 60, no. 2, p. 160-180, illus.The quantitative data on the soil mechanics properties are used in establishing five stratigraphic units within the lake deposits.
Ronnei, D. M.1987Geohydrologic evaluation of a proposed coal-ash disposal site near Mandan, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 207 p.
Rosek, M. J., and Richardson, J. L.1989Soils on erosional footslopes in two basins differing in relief in North Dakota, USAGeoderma, V. 45, pp. 289-302
Rosenberry, D. O.1987Climatic characteristics of the Cottonwood Lake area, North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 41, p. 26
Rosenberry, D. O., and Winter, T. C.1997Dynamics of water table fluctuations in an upland between two prairie-pothole wetlands in North Dakota:Journal of Hydrology, v. 191, n. 1-4, p. 266-289.Cottonwood Lake; fluctuations; Great Plains; ground water; levels; North Dakota; observation wells; potholes; prairies; seasonal variations; Stutsman County-North; uplands; water table; water wells; wetlands;
Rosenberry, D.O.2003Climate of the Cottonwood Lake area,in Winter, T.C., ed., Hydrological, chemical, and biological characteristics of a prairie pothole wetland complex under highly variable climate conditions; The Cottonwood Lake area, east central North Dakota: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper P1675, p. 25-34.atmospheric precipitation; climate; Cottonwood Lake; ground water; hydrology; meteorology; North Dakota; seasonal variations; solar radiation; Stutsman County; surface water; temperature; USGS; water balance;
Rosenberry, D.O., Winter, T.C., LaBaugh, J.W., and Walker, J.F.2000Watershed-scale hydrologic research across a climatic gradient; An inter-site comparison from four research watersheds in the north central United States:Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 81, n. 48, Suppl., p. 421-422. chemical composition; climate change; Cottonwood Lakes; Crescent Lake; ecology; geochemistry; hydrochemistry; hydrology; Minnesota; Nebraska; North Dakota; Shingobee River; watersheds; wetlands; Wisconsin;
Rosenbloom, Nan A., Doney, Scott G., and Schimel, David S.2001Geomorphic evolution of soil texture and organic matter in eroding landscapes:Global Biogeochemical Cycles, v. 15, n. 2, p. 365-381.burial; carbon; catenas; Central Great Plains; Changing Relief and Evolving Ecosystems Project; clastic sediments; clay; Colorado; CREEP model; deposition; ecosystems; erosion; erosion features; finite difference analysis; gases; geomorphology; grain size; Grant County; hydrology; landform evolution; landscapes; models; North Dakota; organic compounds; pedogenesis; processes; properties; sediment; size distribution; slopes; soil profiles; soil surveys; soils; statistical analysis; surveys; topography; transport;
Rosendahl, C.O.1948A contribution to the knowledge of the Pleistocene flora of Minnesota:Ecology, v. 29, p. 284-315.glacial Lake Agassiz; Moorhead, Minnesota; paleobotany; Pleistocene
Ross, James D., and Karner, Frank R.1969Petrography of core and well samples from Lake Agassiz and associated sediments, Grand Forks, North Dakota:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 21, 1967, p. 147-171, illus.glacial lake sediments; stratigraphy; X ray analyses; mineralogy; lithology; origin of sediments; Lake Agassiz
Rostron, B. J., Kreis, L. K., and Holmden, C.1999The Saskatchewan brine sampling program,in, Christopher, J. E., Delaney, G. D., Gilboy, C. F., Haidi, F. M., Harper, C. T., and Paterson, D. F., eds., Summary of investigations 1999; Volume 1, Saskatchewan Geological Survey: Regina, SK, Canada, Saskatchewan Geological Survey, p. 85-86.quifers; Bakken Formation; brines; Canada; geochemistry; ground water; hydrochemistry; North Dakota; oil wells; Paleozoic; sampling; Saskatchewan; Paleozoic; Williston Basin;
Rostron, B.J., and Holmden, C.2003Regional variations in oxygen isotopic compositions in the Yeoman and Duperow Aquifers, Williston Basin (Canada USA),in Verweij, J.M., Doust, H., Peach, C.J., Spiers, C.J., and Swennen, R.A.J., eds., Proceedings of Geofluids IV: Journal of Geochemical Exploration, v. 78-79, p. 337-341.aquifers; basins; Canada; connate waters; Devonian; Duperow Aquifer; Duperow Formation; geochemistry; glaciated terrains; glaciation; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrodynamics; isotope ratios; isotopes; models; Montana; North Dakota; O-18/O-16; oxygen; paleohydrology; Paleozoic; recharge; regional patterns; Saskatchewan; sedimentary basins; stable isotopes; Williston Basin; Yeoman Aquifer;
Rostron, Ben J., and Holmden, Chris2000Fingerprinting formation-waters using stable isotopes; Applications for exploration and production:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts, p. 128.alkaline earth metals; aquifers; Birdbear Aquifer; Cambrian; Canada; Devonian; drill stem tests; drilling; Duperow Aquifer; ground water; hydrogen; isotopes-; metals; migration; Montana; North Dakota; O18 O16; oxygen; Paleozoic; petroleum exploration; pollution; production; Saskatchewan; Sr87 Sr86; stable isotopes; strontium; testing; Williston Basin;
Roth, Fritz J., and Zimmerman, J.T.1955Physiography of North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 9, p. 14.badlands; glacial features; geomorphology
Roth, Fritz J., and Zimmerman, James T.1955Physiography of North Dakota:Compass, v. 32, no. 2, p. 83-84, illus.; reprinted, 1955: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 28, p. 83-84, illus.The state is divided into six major physiographic divisions: Agassiz Lake Plain, Drift Prairie, Turtle Mountains, Souris and Devils Lake Plain, Coteau du Missouri, and Missouri Plateau. A map illustrating these divisions accompanies the report.
Roth, Kingsley W.1954Fryburg field Billings County, North Dakota,in N. Dak. Geol. Soc., Guidebook southwestern North Dakota field conference, June 25-27, 1954: p. 22-24, illus.The Fryburg field is located in the south-central portion of the Williston basin, Billings County. The structure, stratigraphy, development, reservoir characteristics, and production are discussed for the field.
Roth, Kingsley W.1954Amerada No. 1 Benhomer Risser, Croff area, McKenzie County, North Dakota,in N. Dak. Geol. Soc., Guidebook southwestern North Dakota field conference, June 25-27, 1954: p. 20-21, illus.This well on the Nesson anticline is the discovery well for the Croff field and McKenzie County. It is bottomed in the Silurian and produces from the Madison.
Roth, Kingsley W.1953Development in the Nesson Anticline area, North Dakota (abs.):Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 37, no. 11, p. 2616.The oil discovery, development, structural data, stratigraphic data, and production information for the Nesson anticline of northwestern North Dakota are discussed.
Roth, M., and Schreiber, B. C.1982Evaporitic environments and their relationship to the porosity of associated marine carbonates in the Mississippian Mission Canyon of the Little Knife Field, Williston Basin, North Dakotain, Christopher, J. E., Kaldi, J., Dunn, C. E., Kent, D. M., and Lorsong, J. A., eds., Fourth International Williston Basin Symposium, Saskatchewan Geological Society, Regina, Saskatchewan, p. 181
Rothrock, Edgar P.1955What is the Williston Basin? (abs.):S. Dak. Acad. Sci. Proc., 1954, v. 33, p. 71.The use of the term "basin" for a region of early Paleozoic sediments rather than for the structural basin is discussed.
Roundtree, R.1978bShell discovery sparks new Williston interest:Western Oil Reporter, v. 35, no. 2, p. 21-23, illus.Renville County; Newport Field; Deadwood Formation; petroleum; exploration; production; Cambrian
Roundtree, R.1978aNorth Dakota is becoming a regional hot spot:Western Oil Reporter, v. 35, no. 1, p. 26-27, illus.McKenzie County; Billings County; Reville County; Dunn County; Mission Canyon Limestone; Williston Basin; petroleum; exploration; production
Roundtree, R.1977bProduction "possible" in five-township area in Madison play:Western Oil Reporter, v. 34, no. 11, p. 25-28, illus.McKenzie County; Richland County; Madison Formation; Mission Canyon Limestone; petroleum; exploration; production
Roundtree, R.1977cProlific discovery in Renville County puts regional spotlight on North Dakota:Western Oil Reporter, v. 34, no. 11, p. 15-17, illus.petroleum; exploration; production; Williston Basin; Madison Formation; Deadwood Formation
Roundtree, R.1976cEmphasis: Williston Basin, "Typical" Red River field: one bump, one well:Western Oil Reporter, v. 33, no. 12, p. 19-28, illus.Red River Formation; Ordovician; structures; petroleum; production; reservoir characteristics
Roundtree, R.1975cSuccess ratios running high in new drilling:Western Oil Reporter, v. 32, no. 11, p. 10-13, illus.petroleum; exploration; development; Williston Basin; Red River Formation
Roundtree, R.1977aGulf testing outposts to determine extent of Little Knife field:Western Oil Reporter, v. 34, no. 11, p. 19-24.petroleum; exploration; production; reserves
Roundtree, R.1976aEmphasis: Williston Basin, land play foreruns escalating drilling plans:Western Oil Reporter, v. 33, no. 12, p. 16-17.petroleum; exploration
Roundtree, R.1975bMontana, North Dakota development is spurred by increased crude oil prices:Western Oil Reporter, v. 32, no. 11, p. 5-8.petroleum; exploration; development; Williston Basin
Roundtree, R.1976bEmphasis: Williston Basin, successes, technology, prices fueling interest:Western Oil Reporter, v. 33, no. 12, p. 8-14, illus.Red River Formation; Ordovician; petroleum; production; exploration; structure map; Silurian; Mississippian
Roundtree, R.1975aExploratory plans extend eastward into South Dakota:Western Oil Reporter, v. 32, no. 12, p. 13-14.Williston Basin; Red River Formation; oil production; North Dakota
Rountree, R.1984Record pace aids healthier outlookWestern Oil Reporter, V. 41, pp. 52-58
Rountree, R.1985New targets tried in multiple-pay zoneWestern Oil Reporter, V. 42, pp. 41-42
Rountree, R.1987Williston plays target DevonianWestern Oil World, V. 44, pp. 16-17
Rountree, R.1984North Dakota units face growing oppositionWestern Oil Reporter, V. 41, p. 59
Rountree, R.1982Winnipeg tests open another North Dakota horizonWestern Oil Reporter, V. 39, pp. 167-168
Rountree, R.1983Milestone test renews interest in Red Wing Creek Field's meteor craterWestern Oil Reporter, V. 40, pp. 58-61
Rountree, R.1983Economics of drilling shallow Madison play draws attentionWestern Oil Reporter, V. 40, pp. 56-57
Rountree, R.1982Expired leases put basin in state of fluxWestern Oil Reporter, V. 39, pp. 71-75
Rountree, R.1982Competition brings out the sharp pencilsWestern Oil Reporter, V. 39, pp. 81-83
Rountree, R.1982New finds in Burke County, North Dakota spark interestWestern Oil Reporter, V. 39, pp. 162-164
Rountree, R.1981Good news and bad news in North Dakota; drilling is up but so are severance taxesWestern Oil Reporter, V. 38, p. 115
Rountree, R.1982Northwestern McKenzie County is becoming new hot spotWestern Oil Reporter, V. 39, pp. 77-79
Rountree, R.1980Significant discoveries in some remote sections of the Williston Basin spur explorationWestern Oil Reporter, V. 37, pp. 126-129
Rountree, R.1981Signs of oil and gas spark exploration activity east of the Nesson AnticlineWestern Oil Reporter, V. 38, pp. 161-163
Roux, W.F., Jr., and Schindler, S.F.1973Late Mississippian cyclothems of Heath Formation, western North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 57, no. 5, p. 961.Williston Basin; Heath Formation; Mississippian; lithology; depositional environments
Roux, Wilfred F., Jr.1972Late Mississippian cyclothems of the Heath Formation, western North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 3, p. 227-228.Williston Basin; Heath Formation; oil reservoirs; lithology; depositional environments; Mississippian
Rowe, Harold L., Mc Adams, J.B., and Mercer, R.F.1978Hydrocarbon well logging in the Williston Basin--cross-sections of case histories, in Williston Basin Symposium, the economic geology of the Williston Basin: Montana Geological Society 24th Annual Conference, p. 407-423, illus.Mission Canyon Formation; Duperow Formation; Red River Formation; lithology; formation evaluation; well logging; petroleum; potential; reference wells
Rowland, T.L.1999What is solid, black, and worth $1.3 billion to the North Dakota economy?:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v.53, p. 166-168.Williston Basin; Lignite; depositional environments; stratigraphy; industry;
Royse, Chester F., Jr.1972The Tongue River and Sentinel Butte Formations (Paleocene) of western North Dakota,in Depositional environments of the lignite-bearing strata in western North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 50, p. 31-42, illus.Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; Tertiary; structural geology; stratigraphy; sedimentology
Royse, Chester F., Jr.1967bTongue River-Sentinel Butte contact:North Dakota Geological Survey Report of Investigation 45, 53 p., illus.Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; stratigraphic nomenclature; stratigraphy; lithology; new formation named; Paleocene
Royse, Chester F., Jr.1970A sedimentologic analysis of the Tongue River-Sentinel Butte interval (Paleocene) of the Williston Basin, western North Dakota:Sedimentary Geology, v. 4, no. 1, p. 19-80, illus.; reprinted, 1971: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 43, 62 p., illus. including geologic sketch map.Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; Williston Basin; stratigraphy; sedimentology; sedimentary structures
Royse, Chester F., Jr.1968Sedimentologic analysis of Tongue River and Sentinel Butte Formations (Paleocene), western North Dakota (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 52, no. 3, p. 548.Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; sediments; texture; depositional environments
Royse, Chester F., Jr.1967aA stratigraphic and sedimentologic analysis of the Tongue River and Sentinel Butte Formations (Paleocene), western North Dakota (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 312 p., illus.); abstract:Dissertation Abstracts, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1968, v. 28, no. 11, p. 4627.Fort Union Group; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; lithology; stratigraphy; stratigraphic nomenclature; sedimentology; size analyses; sedimentary structures; paleocurrents; lignite; limestone; mineralogy; carbonates; dolomite; sands; tectonics; paleoenvironments; Williston Basin; depositional environments; analytical techniques
Royse, Chester F., Jr., and Callender, Edward1967A preliminary report on some ice-walled-lake deposits (Pleistocene), Mountrail County, North Dakota,in Glacial geology of the Missouri Coteau--Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene, Field Conference 1967, Guidebook: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 30, p. 53-62, illus.ice-walled lakes; lake sediments; glacial deposits; chemical analyses; size analyses; lake stages; glacial lakes
Royse, Chester F., Jr., and Holland, F.D., Jr.1969Type section for the Sentinel Butte Formation (Paleocene), western North Dakota (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 23, p. 23.Sentinel Butte Formation; Paleocene; type section; Golden Valley County; lithology
Rude, Laverne C.1966Surficial geology of northern Griggs County, North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.A. thesis, vii, 128 p., illus. including a geologic map, scale 1:63,360.Griggs County; geologic map; geomorphology; drainage patterns (geologic); lakes; sloughs; groundwater; Pierre Formation; glacial deposits; glacial features; Lostwood Formation; lithology; glacial stratigraphy; sediments; historical geology; glacial history; till; analyses; grain size; pebbles in till
Rullkoetter, J., MacKenzie, A. S., Welte, D. H., Leythaeuser, D., and Radke, M.1984Quantitative gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis of geological samplesOrganic Geochemistry, V. 6, pp. 817-827
Runge, John S., Copen, James D., Tutten, William D., and Harris, Steven H.1965Developments in Northern Rockies in 1964:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 49, no. 6, p. 789-807, illus.North Dakota; exploration; development
Running, G. L.1995Post-glacial eolian sand deposition on the Sheyenne Delta, southeastern North Dakota; sand source, process, and paleoenvironmental implications:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n. 3, p. 83.arid environment; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; dunes; eolian features; erosion features; glacial environment; Lake Agassiz; North Dakota; paleoenvironment; Pleistocene; provenance; Quaternary; sand; sand sheets; sedimentation; sediments; Sheyenne Delta; stream transport; wind transport;
Running, G.L. IV1995Eolian dune and alluvial fan formation in southeastern North Dakota:Association of American Geographers, Abstracts, Annual Meeting, p.266.alluvial fans; Cenozoic; dunes; eolian features; fluvial features; Great Plains; Lake Agassiz; North Dakota; paleoecology; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Sheyenne Delta;
Running, G.L. IV1997Geomorphology, stratigraphy, and landscape evolution on the Sheyenne Delta, southeastern North Dakota; implications for Holocene paleoenvironmental change on the northeastern Great Plains:Doctoral dissertation. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 277 p.alluvial fans; alluvium; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; climate; eolian features; estuarine environment; fluvial features; Great Plains; Holocene; horizons; Lake Agassiz; landform evolution; landforms; landscapes; meltwater; North Dakota; paleoclimatology; paleoenvironment; Paleosols; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Rustad Quarry; sediments; Sheyenne Delta; vegetation;
Running, G.L., IV1997Pedological studies at the Rustad Quarry archaeological site, southeastern North Dakota:Association of American Geographers 93rd Annual Meeting, Southeastern Division; Abstracts, p. 231.absolute age; alluvial fans; archaeological sites; burial; C-14; carbon; Cenozoic; dates; depositional environments; glacial environments; Northern Great Plains; Holocene; isotopes; lacustrine environments; Lake Agassiz; North Dakota; pedogenesis; Pleistocene; Quaternary; radioactive isotopes; Rustad Quarry; Sheyenne Delta; soils; stratigraphy;
Running, G.L., IV1995Archaeological geology of the Rustad Quarry Site (32RI775); An early Archaic site in southeastern North Dakota:Geoarchaeology, v. 10, n. 3, p. 183-204. absolute age; archaeological sites; archaeology; Archaic; C14; carbon; Cenozoic; charcoal; dates; isotopes; lacustrine sedimentation; Moorhead Phase; North Dakota; Quaternary; radioactive isotopes; Rustad Quarry Site; sedimentation; Sherack Formation; terraces;
Rush, D.B.2000Characterization of hyporheic processes of a northern prairie stream: Master's thesis. Grand Forks, ND, University of North Dakota, 160 p.agriculture; ammonium ion; animal waste; ecology; electrical conductivity; environmental analysis; fluvial environment; geochemistry; grazing; ground water; hydrology; hyporheic zone; land use; nitrate ion; North Dakota; pollution; prairies; rivers and streams; sediments; stream sediments; surface water; Tongue River; water;
Rush, D.B., Goebel, D.R., and Gerla, P.J.1997Impacts on water quality, channel morphology, and nearstream vegetation within an overgrazed riparian zone; Application to remediation and best management practices:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. v. 29, n. 6, p. 177.alkali metals; alkaline earth metals; ammonia compound; applications; benthonic taxa; calcium; channel geometry; ecology; electrical conductivity; erosion; ground water; metals; North Dakota; potassium; remediation; riparian environments; sediments; sodium; stability; surface water; vegetation; water management; water quality; water table;
Russell, Alice E.1950Pebbles in the glacial till of eastern North Dakota:Grand Forks, N. D., North Dakota, Univ., M.A. Thesis (unpub.), 47 p., illus.The lithology, shape, and roundness of twenty-three samples of glacial till (1 cubic foot each) were analyzed. The relationships among the various factors are presented and discussed.
Russell, D., and Manabe, M.2002Synopsis of the Hell Creek (uppermost Cretaceous) dinosaur assemblage: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. 169-176. assemblages; biostratigraphy; Chordata; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; faunal list; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; herbivorous taxa; Maestrichtian; Mesozoic; Montana; North Dakota; Reptilia; Senonian; South Dakota; species diversity; terrestrial environment; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata; Wyoming;
Russell, D., and Manabe, M.2002of the Hell Creek (uppermost Cretaceous) dinosaur assemblage, in Hartman, J.H., Johnson, K.P., 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. 169-176. assemblages; biostratigraphy; Chordata; Cretaceous; dinosaurs; faunal list; Great Plains; Hell Creek Formation; herbivorous taxa; Maestrichtian; Mesozoic; Montana; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; Reptilia; Senonian; South Dakota; species diversity; terrestrial environment; Tetrapoda; Vertebrata; Wyoming;
Russell, Dale A.1971The disappearance of the dinosaurs:Canadian Geographical Journal, v. 83, no. 6, p. 204-215, illus.paleontology; dinosaurs; evolution; extinction
Russell, Donald E.1967Le Paleocene continental d'Amerique du Nord:Memoires du Museum National d'Historie Naturelle (n.s.) Ser. C, Tome 16, Fasc. 2, p. 33-99, illus. (in French).North Dakota; Western United States; Paleocene; Fort Union Formtation; type section; Sentinel Butte Member; vertebrate paleontology; stratigraphy; stratigraphic nomenclature
Russell, L.S.1978F.V. Hayden and G.M. Dawson, Geologist pioneers of the Northwest Plains (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 10, no. 7, p. 483.history; early surveys; Missouri River
Russell, W. L.1928The origin of artesian pressure:Econ. Geol., v. 23, p. 132-157; discussion, 1929: Econ. Geol., v. 24, p. 542-554, and 758-771.The stratigraphy, structure, and artesian water of the Dakota artesian basin are discussed.
Rutten, L.T.1994Modeling groundwater flow patterns using topographic maps and soil survey data sets:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 48, p. 108.North Dakota; Undergraduate Collegiate Communications; maps; modeling; groundwater; flow; glacial; topography; soil types; hydrology; flownets;
Ryan, G. L.1989Cost effectiveness of the stream-gaging program in North DakotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 89-4068, p. 34
Ryan, G. L.1985Data uses and funding of the streamflow-gaging program in North DakotaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 85-0349, 29 p.
Ryan, G. L.1986North Dakota; surface-water resourcesUSGS Water-Supply Paper W 2300, pp. 361-368
Ryan, G. L., and Harkness, R. E.1993Flood of April 1989 in the Wahpeton-Breckenridge and Fargo-Moorhead areas, Red River of the North Basin, North Dakota and MinnesotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, No. 93-4155, 1 Sheet
Ryan, G. L., and Klapprod, L. A.1991North Dakota; floods and droughtsUSGS Water-Supply Paper W 2375, pp. 435-442
Ryan, G. L., and Wiche, G. J.1988Hydrology of the Chain of Lakes tributary to Devils Lake and water-level simulations of Devils Lake, northeastern North DakotaUS Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report, WRI 88-4020, 39 p.
Ryan, G. L., and Wiche, G. J.1987Simulation of water levels of Devils Lake, a terminal lake in northeastern North Dakota, and hydrology of the Chain of Lakes tributary to Devils LakeEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 68, p. 1274
Ryan, M. O.1934A boundless resource:N. Dak. Engineer, v. 11, no. 1, p. 6-7, illus.The history of the first 50 years of lignite mining in the state is reviewed. The results of a survey of possible uses of lignite are presented.
Ryan, S.E.2000Numerical simulation of the deposition and consolidation history of Lake Agassiz clay at three representative field sites in Manitoba and North Dakota:Master's thesis. Kingston, ON, Canada, Queen's University, p. 130.Canada; Cenozoic; clastic sediments; clay; consolidation; deposition; drift; engineering properties; Grand Forks County; Lake Agassiz; Manitoba; Manvel, North Dakota; North Dakota; numerical models; Pleistocene; pore pressure; Quaternary; sediments; simulation; thickness; water content;
Ryberg, K.R.2006Continuous water-quality monitoring and regression analysis to estimate constituent concentrations and loads in the Red River of the North, Fargo, North Dakota, 2003-05:U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5241, 35 p. (http://pubs.water.usgs.gov/SIR20065241) water quality; monitoring; regression analysis; constituents; concentrations; loads; Red River of the North; Fargo; North Dakota; physical properties; chemical properties; stream flow; turbidity;
Rygh, M. E.1990NDGS studies have influenced oil explorationNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1990, pp. 30-34
Rygh, M. E.1988Enhanced oil recovery projectsNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1988, pp. 24-27
Rygh, M. E.1988North Dakota oil and gas computer data basesOklahoma Geological Survey Special Publication, V. 88-3, pp. 95-103
Rygh, M. E.1990The Broom Creek Formation (Permian)in, southwestern North Dakota, Master's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 189 p.
Rygh, M. E.1984Stripper wellsNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1985, pp. 14-15
Rygh, M. E.1987Horizontal oil well drilling in North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1987, pp. 20-23
Rygh, M. E.1983Production performance curves of selected North Dakota oil fieldsNorth Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series No. 64, 76 p.
Rygh, M. E.1986The variety and diversity of oil fields in North DakotaNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1986, pp. 8-12
Rygh, M. E.1982Production performance curvesNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, June 1982, pp. 31-33
Rygh, M. E.1983Enhanced oil recoveryNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1983, pp. 29-31
Rygh, M. E.1984What is a unitized oil field?North Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1984, pp. 25-26
Rygh, M. E.1982Formation volume factorNorth Dakota Geological Survey Newsletter, Dec 1982, pp. 27-29
Ryves, D. B., Juggins, S., Fritz, S. C., and Battarbee, R. W.2001Experimental diatom dissolution and the quantification of microfossil preservation in sediments:Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 172, n. 1-2, p. 99-113. algae; Cenozoic; cores; Devils Lake; diagenesis; diatoms; experimental studies; fossilization; Holocene; hydrology; laboratory studies; lacustrine environments; lake sediments; limnology; living taxa; microfossils-; modern; North Dakota; Northern Great Plains; paleoenvironments; paleolimnology; Plantae; preservation; Quaternary; Ramsey County; reconstruction; sediments; solution; taphonomy;