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Taber, TT., and Kinney, S.A.1999Land use and ownership, Williston Basin:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1625A, p. 9.cartography; coal; geographic information systems; GIS; land use; licensing; North Dakota; resources; sedimentary rocks; USGS; vegetation; Williston-Basin;
Tabor, G. F., Jr.1952Laboratory tests on embankment materials from Area B and E-Jamestown Dam site-Missouri-Souris Division-Missouri River Basin Project, North Dakota:U. S. Bur. Reclamation, Eng. Lab. Br., Earth Lab. Rept. no. EM-315, 29 p., illus.The results of laboratory tests on samples of embankment materials proposed for use in the pervious and impervious sections of the dam are discussed.
Tabor, G. F., Jr.1952Laboratory test on a sample representing bentonitic seams in the Jamestown Spillway Foundation-Jamestown Unit-Missouri River Basin Project-North Dakota:U. S. Bur. Reclamation, Eng. Lab. Br., Lab. Rept. no. EM-291, 5 p.The results of expansion tests on a sample of bentonite in the foundation of the spillway of the proposed Jamestown Dam are discussed.
Takahashi, K.I., Rohrbacher, T.J., and Flores, R.M.1999Surface mining and reclamation operations for Fort Union Coal:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1625A, p. 94.Cenozoic; coal; environmental effects; Fort Union Formation; mines; mining; Montana; North Dakota; reclamation; remediation; resources; Rocky Mountains; sedimentary rocks; South Dakota; surface mining; Tertiary; USGS; Wyoming;
Tallard, Charles A.1954Oil frontiers in North Dakota (abs.):Oil and Gas Jour., v. 52, no. 50, p. 208, illus.The surface geology and subsurface structures are discussed.
Tamm, V., Fastovsky, D. E., and Hogler, J. A.1991Depositional environments of the lower Hell Creek Formation (Maestrichtian), upper Great Plains, U.S.AGeological Association of Canada Joint Annual Meeting Program and Abstracts, V. 16, p. 122
Tamplin, Morgan J.1967A brief summary of Glacial Lake Agassiz studies,in Life, land and water--conference on environmental studies of the Glacial Lake Agassiz region, 1966, Proceedings: University of Manitoba, Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper 1, p. 27-36, illus.Lake Agassiz; history; surveys
Tanguay, L. H. and Friedman, G. M.2001Petrophysical characteristics and facies of carbonate reservoirs: The Red River Formation (Ordovician), Williston Basin:AAPG Bulletin, v. 85, n. 3, p. 491-523North Dakota; petrophysical; facies; carbonate; Red River Formation; Ordovician; Williston Basin; petroleum; reservoirs; cores; porosity; Nesson Anticline; Cedar Creek Anticline; depositional cycles; wells; permeability; recovery; capillary pressure; analysis; lithology; Charlson field; Hawkeye field; Antelope field; Cabin Creek field;
Tanguay, Lillian Hess, and Friedman, Gerald M.2001Petrophysical facies of the Ordovician Red River Formation, Williston Basin, USA:Carbonates and Evaporites, v. 16, n. 1, p. 71-92.Antelope Field; Cabin Creek Field; capillary pressure; carbonate rocks; Cedar Creek Anticline; Charlson Field; correlation; depositional environments; dolostone; Hawkeye Field; limestone; lithofacies; McKenzie-County; Montana; Nesson Anticline; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum engineering; physical properties; pore throats; porosity; recovery; Red River Formation; reservoir properties; reservoir rocks; sedimentary rocks; Williston Basin;
Tarr, Ralph S.1900The Bad Lands of North Dakota:Sci. American Supp., v. 49, no. 1254, p. 20101-20102.The geologic history of the badlands is presented. The origin of "scoria" is discussed. A description of the badlands scenery is presented.
Taylor, C. D.1994Preferential flow mechanisms; their interaction and effect on dye movement in till and glaciolacustrine sediments.Master's thesis. Grand Forks, ND: University of North Dakota, 106 p.aquitards; clastic sediments; field studies; glacial sedimentation; glaciolacustrine sedimentation; Great Plains; ground water; lacustrine sedimentation; mechanism; North Dakota; pollution; preferential flow; sedimentation; sediments; till; tracers; transport; water regimes;
Taylor, Dwight W.1975Early Tertiary mollusks from the Powder River Basin, Wyoming-Montana, and adjacent regions:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 75-331, 514 p., illus.paleontology; mollusks; taxonomy; localities; biogeography; stratigraphy; Wyoming; Montana; Saskatchewan; Utah; North Dakota; Alberta
Taylor, Frank B.1913The glacial and postglacial lakes of the Great Lakes region,in Smithsonian Rept. for 1912: Smithsonian Inst. Pub. 2201, p. 291-327, illus.Glacial Lake Agassiz is discussed in relation to the other glacial and postglacial lakes of the Great Lakes basins.
Tedesco, S. A.1996The application of iodine and magnetic susceptibility surface geochemical surveys in the Lodgepole Play, eastern Williston Basin, North Dakota:AAPG Bulletin, v. 80, n. 6, p. 982.Carboniferous; geochemistry; halogens; iodine; Lodgepole Formation; Mission Canyon Limestone; Mississippian; North Dakota; Ordovician; paleomagnetism; Paleozoic; petroleum; Red River Formation; surveys; Waulsortian facies; Williston Basin;
Tedesco, S. A.1996Comparison and evaluation of surface geochemical methods with respect to several actual case histories:American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Annual Meeting Abstracts, v. 5, p. 138-139.anomalies; case studies; Cavalier Field; Colorado; conductivity; Currant Field; development; drilling; Eland Field; geochemistry; Grant Canyon Field; halogens; iodine; Kentucky; leaching; magnetic susceptibility; mapping; models; Nevada; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; paleomagnetism; petroleum; pH; Seventy-Six Field; soil gases; wells;
Tedesco, S. A., and Andrew, J. A.1995Integration of seismic data, iodine geochemistry yields Lodgepole exploration model:Oil and Gas Journal, v. 93, n. 38, p. 56-57, 60.Carboniferous; data acquisition; Dickinson; geochemical anomalies; geochemistry; geophysical surveys; halogens; iodine; Lodgepole Formation; Mississippian; models; North Dakota; Paleozoic; Pennsylvanian; petroleum; reservoir rocks; seismic surveys; source rocks; Stark County; Tyler Formation; wells;
Tedesco, S. A., and Bretz, S.1995Use of iodine surface geochemical surveys in the Lodgepole and Minnelusa plays, U.S. Northern Rockies:Oil and Gas Journal, v. 93, n. 23, p. 33-35.Carboniferous; Dickinson Field; geochemical anomalies; geochemistry; halogens; Hilda Field; iodine; Lodgepole Formation; Minnelusa Formation; Mississippian; natural gas; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Paleozoic; petroleum; Powder River basin; production; Rocky Mountains; Stark County; Waulsortian facies; Williston Basin; Wyoming;
Tedesco, S.A.1998Iodine data help focus Williston Red River search:Oil and Gas Journal, v.96, n.25, p.83-86.Canada; gas fields; geochemical methods; geophysical methods; geophysical surveys; halogens; iodine; Montana; North Dakota; oil fields; oil wells; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum; Red River Formation; seismic methods; Skjermo Field; three dimensional models; two dimensional models; Williston-Basin;
Tedesco, S.A.1998The application of iodine surface geochemical surveys in exploration for Ordovician and Mississippian reservoirs, Williston Basin,in Karel, W., Reimer, J., Uffen, Doug., and Ravlich, M., eds., Geo Triad '98 abstracts, plenary oral posters core workshop; Rocks, risk and reward: Calgary, AB, Canada, Geo Triad '98, p. 133.anomalies; Canada; Carboniferous; geochemical methods; halogens; hydrocarbons; iodine; microseepage; migration; Mississippian; Montana; North America; North Dakota; Ordovician; organic compounds; Paleozoic; petroleum; petroleum exploration; Saskatchewan; seepage; soils; vertical orientation; Western Canada; Williston Basin;
Tedesco, S.A.1998Iodine data help focus Williston Red River search:Oil and Gas Journal, v. 96, n. 25, p. 83-86.Western Canada; geochemical methods; geophysical profiles; geophysical surveys; halogens; iodine; Montana; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; oil wells; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum exploration; Red River Formation; Saskatchewan; seismic methods; seismic profiles; Skjermo Field; three dimensional models; two dimensional models; Williston Basin;
Tedesco, S.A., and Gagnon, N.C.1998The application of iodine surface geochemical surveys in exploration for Ordovician and Mississippian reservoirs, Williston Basinin, Christopher, J.E., Gilboy, C.F., Paterson, D.F., and Bend, S.L., eds., Eighth International Williston Basin Symposium: Saskatchewan Geological Society Special Publication 13, Saskatchewan Geological Society, Regina, Saskatchewan, p. 266.Carboniferous; concentration; efficiency; geochemical anomalies; geochemical surveys; halogens; iodine; Mississippian; Montana; North Dakota; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum exploration; reservoir rocks; Saskatchewan; surveys; Western Canada; Williston Basin;
Tedesco, S.A., and Zinke, S.G.1997Comparison of Waulsortian facies of the Appalachian and Williston Basin:AAPG Bulletin, v. 81, n. 7, p. 1235.Appalachian Basin; Bakken Formation; basement tectonics; Canada; Carboniferous; Cincinnati Arch; Daly Field; Devonian; faults; gas fields; geophysical surveys; Lodgepole Formation; marine environment; Mississippian; Montana; Monteagle Limestone; North Dakota; oil fields; Paleozoic; petroleum; seismic surveys; shallow water environment; shelf environment; tectonics; Tennessee; Three Forks Group; Waulsortian facies; Williston Basin;
Teerman, S. C., and Hwang, R. J.1991Evaluation of the liquid hydrocarbon potential of coal by artificial maturation techniquesOrganic Geochemistry, V. 17, pp. 749-764
Teerman, S.C., and Hwang, R.J.1989Evaluation of the source rock potential of Sumatran coals by artificial maturation of coal:Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Indonesian Petroleum Association No. 18, v. 1, p. 469-489. Asia; Bukit Asam, Indonesia; Cenozoic; coal; evaluation; exinite; experimental studies; Far East; hydrocarbons; Indonesia; lignite; macerals; Muara Enim Formation; North Dakota; organic compounds; Paleocene; Paleogene; petroleum; petroleum exploration; pyrolysis; sedimentary rocks; Sentinel Butte Formation; source rocks; Sumatra; Tertiary; vitrinite;
Teller, J. T.1985Lake Agassiz and its influence on the Great Lakesin, Karrow,P & Calkin,P, eds., Quaternary evolution of the Great Lakes, Geological Association of Canada, Special Paper 30, pp. 1-16
Teller, J. T.1987Deglacial chronology along the southwestern Laurentide Ice Sheet and the initiation of Lake AgassizXXII International Union for Quaternary Research, Program with Abstracts, p. 275
Teller, J. T.1987Proglacial lakes and the southern margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheetin, Ruddiman, W. F., and Wright, H. E., eds., Decade of North American Geology, Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO, pp. 39-69
Teller, J. T.1989Importance of the Rossendale site in establishing a deglacial chronology along the southwestern margin of the Laurentide Ice SheetQuaternary Research, V. 32, pp. 12-23
Teller, J. T.1989Volume of meltwater and precipitation runoff to the oceans from the southern Laurentide Ice Sheet during the Younger Dryas, and the role Lake Agassiz played in the routing of the waterEos; Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, V. 70, No. 43, p. 1145
Teller, J. T.1990Meltwater and precipitation runoff to the North Atlantic, Arctic, and Gulf of Mexico from the Laurentide Ice SheetPaleoceanography, V. 5, pp. 897-905
Teller, J. T.1990Volume and routing of late glacial runoff from the southern Laurentide Ice SheetQuaternary Research, V. 34, pp. 12-23
Teller, J. T.1991The role of Lake Agassiz in routing late glacial runoff to the oceansXIII International Union for Quaternary Research, Abstracts, p. 354
Teller, J. T.1994Lake Agassiz; Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan, North Dakota, and Minnesota (Canada and USA),in, Gierlowski, K. E., and Kelts, K., eds., Global geological record of lake basins; Volume 1: Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, p. 363-370.Canada; Cenozoic; glacial features; glacial lakes; glaciation; IGCP; lacustrine environment; Lake Agassiz; lakes; lithostratigraphy; Minnesota; North Dakota; paleogeography; Pleistocene; Quaternary; sediments;
Teller, J. T., and Bluemle, J. P.1982Geological setting of the Lake Agassiz regionGeological Association of Canada Meeting Abstracts, V. 7, p. 84
Teller, J. T., and Bluemle, J. P.1983Bedrock geology of the Lake Agassiz regionNorth Dakota Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Map 24 and Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 26, No., 1 Sheet 1:5,000,000
Teller, J. T., and Bluemle, J. P.1983Geological setting of the Lake Agassiz regionin, Teller, J. T., and Clayton, L., eds., Glacial Lake Agassiz, Geological Association of Canada, Dept. of Geology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, pp. 7-20
Teller, J. T., and Clayton, L.1982Late-glacial surging of the Des Moines and Red River lobesAbstracts of the Eleventh International Congress on Sedimentology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, p. 78
Teller, J. T., and Clayton, L.1983An introduction to glacial Lake Agassizin, Teller, J. T., and Clayton, L., eds., Glacial Lake Agassiz, Geological Association of Canada, Dept. of Geology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, pp. 3-5
Teller, J. T., and Last, W. M.1988Lake Agassiz--a giant Pleistocene freshwater lakeInternational Association of Sedimentologists Symposium on Sedimentology Related to Mineral Deposits, Abstracts, pp. 255-256
Teller, J. T., and Thorleifson, L. H.1987Catastrophic flooding into the Great Lakes from Lake Agassizin, Mayer, L & Nash, D, eds., Catastrophic Flooding, Eighteenth Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, Allen Unwin, pp. 121-138
Teller, J. T., Thorleifson, L. H., Dredge, L. A., Hobbs, H. C., and Schreiner, B. T.1983Maximum extent and major features of Lake Agassizin, Teller, J. T., and Clayton, L., eds., Glacial Lake Agassiz, Geological Association of Canada, Dept. of Geology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, pp. 43-45
Teller, J.T.2001Formation of large beaches in an area of rapid differential isostatic rebound: The three-outlet control of Lake Agassiz:Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 20, n. 15, p. 1649-1659.North Dakota; Canada; Glacial Lake Agassiz; beaches; isostatic rebound; shorelines; Norcross beach; Tintah beach; Upper Campbell beach; strandlines; transgressions; Ice Age; Laurentide Ice Sheet; outlets; Emerson Phase;
Tempel, R.N.1981Ordovician Red River Formation of Medicine Pole Hills Field, Bowman County, North Dakota:Master's thesis. Boulder, CO, University of Colorado, 97 p. Bowman County; depositional environment; lithofacies; marine environment; Medicine Pole Hills Field; North Dakota; oil and gas fields; Ordovician; Paleozoic; petroleum; petroleum accumulation; petroleum exploration; porosity; Red River Formation; reservoir rocks; salinity; stratigraphy;
Terry, D.O. Jr., Chamberlain, J.A. Jr., Stoffer, P.W., Messina, P., and Jannett, P.A.2001Marine Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary section in southwestern South Dakota:Geology, v. 29, n. 11, p. 1055-1058.South Dakota; K-T boundary; Cretaceous; Tertiary; Chicxulub impact event; Fox Hills Formation; disrupted strata; slump structures; roll structures; ammonites; Paleocene; Western Interior Seaway; liquefaction; northern Great Plains; pedogenesis; Badlands National Park; Creighton; Dillon Pass; Grassy Tables Overlook; ejecta; Hell Creek Formation; Eocene; Oligocene; White River Group; brief mention of North Dakota and Montana on p. 1056.
Terry, D.O. Jr., Stoffer, P.W., and Chamberlain, J.A. Jr.2000A K/T boundary section in the middle of the Fox Hills Formation, SW South Dakota:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, n. 7, p. 226. Ammonites; Ammonoidea; Angiospermae; Badlands National Park; Belemnitidae; Belemnoidea; Breien-Member; Cenozoic; Cephalopoda; Cheyenne River Breaks; Chondrichthyes; Chordata; clastic dikes; correlation; Cretaceous; Dibranchiata; Enning Facies; flame structures; Fox Hills Formation; Invertebrata; K-T boundary; leaves; Mesozoic; Mollusca; outcrops; Paleocene; paleocurrents; Paleogene; Pisces; Plantae; sedimentary structures; soft sediment deformation; South Dakota; Spermatophyta; stratigraphic boundary; teeth; Tertiary; Tetrabranchiata; Vertebrata; Western Interior Seaway;
TeSelle, R. D., Box, G. L., Luebking, G. A., Bickel, D., and Thames, C. B., Jr.1985Oil and gas developments in Northern Rockies in 1984American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 69, pp. 1559-1566
TeSelle, R. D., Box, G. L., Luebking, G. A., Bickel, D., and Thames, C. B., Jr.1986Oil and gas developments in northern Rockies in 1985American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 70, pp. 1295-1302
TeSelle, R. D., Box, G. L., Shepard, R. D., Bickel, D., and Thames, C. B., Jr.1984Oil and gas developments in Northern Rockies in 1983American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 68, pp. 1307-1314
TeSelle, R. D., Champlin, C., Miller, D. D., Thames, C. B., Jr., and Shepherd, R. D.1982Oil and gas developments in Northern Rockies in 1981American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 66, pp. 1809-1826
TeSelle, R. D., Champlin, S. C., Miller, D. D., Thames, C. B., Jr., Bickel, R., and Shepherd, R. D.1983Oil and gas developments in northern Rockies in 1982American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 67, pp. 1612-1623
TeSelle, R. D., Miller, D. D., Thames, C. B., Jr., and Thuesen, R. A.1980Developments in northern Rockies in 1979American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 64, pp. 1501-1509
TeSelle, R. D., Miller, D. D., Thames, C. B., Jr., Sonderby, B. B., and Shepherd, R. D.1981Developments in Northern Rockies in 1980American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 65, pp. 1792-1803
Tetrick, Paul R.1949Glacial geology of the Oberon Quadrangle:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 23, 35 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:62,500).The glacial features of this area in Eddy and Benson Counties include the North Viking moraine, the Heimdal moraine, ground moraine, loess, outwash, and the Sheyenne River and terraces. The gravel and sand deposits and groundwater resources of the quadrangle are discussed.
Tewalt, S. J., Hildebrand, R. T., and Finkelman, R. B.1989Analyses of lignites and associated rocks from the Fort Union region, North Dakota and MontanaUS Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 89-0285, 162 p.
Thaddeus, S., and Schmoker, J.W.2003Well production data and gas reservoir heterogeneity; Reserve growth applications:U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin B 2172 E, P. 9 (http://pubs.usgs.gov/bul/b2172 e/). Anadarko Basin; Arbuckle Group; Bakken Formation; Carboniferous; heterogeneity; Hunton Group; Middle Ordovician; Morrow Formation; natural gas; oil and gas fields; oil wells; Oklahoma; Ordovician; Paleozoic; Pennsylvanian; petroleum; petroleum accumulation; production; reserves; reservoir rocks; resources; Simpson Group; United States; upper Paleozoic; USGS; Williston Basin; North Dakota; Montana;
Thaden, R.E.1973Gem stones,in Mineral and water resources of North Dakota: U.S. Congress, Senate, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (SuDoc no. Y4.In8/13:M66/39); also issued: North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 63, p. 155-156.gems; agate; petrified wood; chalcedony; mineral deposits
Thames, C.B., Jr.1966Oil hunters look at east Williston:Oil & Gas Journal, v. 64, no. 10, p. 128-130, illus.Williston Basin; Paleozoic; stratigraphy; petroleum; production; reservoirs; exploration; structural geology; porosity; lithology
Thames, Clement B., Jr.1959Facies relationships in the Mississippian of the Williston Basin and their effects upon fluid migration,in Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists, Rocky Mtn. Sec., Geological Record, Feb. 1959: p. 83-86, illus.The sedimentation and fluid migration in the basin are discussed. An interpretation of depositional environments is presented.
Thayer, P. A.1983Relationship of porosity and permeability to petrology of the Madison Limestone in rock cores from three test wells in Montana and WyomingUS Geological Survey Professional Paper P 1273-C, pp. C1-C29
Thiele, J.H., Berogan, T.L., Deslauriers, L.M., Haugen, L.P., Neubauer, L.A., and Howey, R.L.1978Soil survey of Pierce County, North Dakota: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation service (SuDoc no. A57.38:P61/4), 147 p., illus. including soil maps, scale 1:20,000.soils; distribution; morphology; genesis; classification; utilization; management; airphotos; soil maps
Thiele, J.H., Hauff, F., Haugen, L.P., Howey, R.L., and Neubauer, L.A.1977Soil Survey of Renville County, North Dakota:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (SuDoc no. A57.38:R29/2) 78 p., illus. including soil maps, scale 1:20,000.soils; distribution; morphology; genesis; classification; utilization; management; airphotos; soil maps
Thode, H. G.1981Sulfur isotope ratios in petroleum research and exploration; Williston BasinAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 65, pp. 1527-1535
Thom, William T., Jr.1952The importance of recent oil discoveries in the Williston Basin,in Petroleum Information, An introduction to the Williston Basin: Casper, Wyo., Petroleum Information, p. 4-8.This article is a letter from W. T. Thom, Jr. giving a complete history of the naming of the basin, his appraisal of the basin, and his philosophy as to the nature of the development which should take place in the basin.
Thom, William T., Jr.1952How the Basin got its name:Oil and Gas Jour., v. 51, no. 10, p.97.The history of the discovery and naming of the Williston basin are discussed.
Thom, William T., Jr.1917Cretaceous-Eocene boundary problems in Montana and the Dakotas:Baltimore, Md., Johns Hopkins Univ., Ph.D. Dissert.. (unpub.), [189 p.], illus.The Fox Hills Sandstone, "Lance Formation," and Fort Union "Formation" are described. Proposed formation correlations are discussed. The diastrophic basis and the biologic basis for the division of the Cretaceous and Eocene are discussed.
Thom, William T., Jr., and Dobbin, C. E.1924The stratigraphy of Cretaceous-Eocene transition beds in eastern Montana and the Dakotas:Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 35, p. 481-506, illus.; 1924, (abs.): Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 35, p. 98.The stratigraphy and the interpretation of the depositional history of the Cretaceous and Eocene beds are discussed. The relation of the northern Plains and the Denver Basin sections is discussed.
Thom, William T., Jr., and Dobbin, C. E.1924Correlation of the Lebo member of the Fort Union with Cannonball member of the Lance (abs.):Washington Acad. Sci., v. 14, p. 165.The faunal, floral, and lithologic evidence is cited as indicating the local continuity of sedimentation from Fox Hills into the Wasatch (Golden Valley?). The Cretaceous-Eocene contact is provisionally placed at the top of the Tongue River "Member" of the Fort Union.
Thomas, G. E.1954The Mississippian of the northeastern Williston Basin:Canadian Mining Metall. Bull., v. 47, no. 503, p. 136-142, illus.; reissued, 1954: Canadian Inst. Mining Metall. Trans., v. 57, p. 68-74, illus.The stratigraphy and oil and gas production of the Mississippian formations in the area of southeastern Saskatchewan, southwest Manitoba, and adjacent parts of North Dakota are discussed. The illustrations include isopach and lithofacies maps.
Thomas, G. E.1992Effects of differential compaction fracturing shown in four reservoirsOil and Gas Journal, V. 90, pp. 54-57
Thomas, Gilbert E.1974Lineament-block tectonics: Williston-Blood Creek Basin:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 58, no. 7, p. 1305-1322, illus.Williston Basin; lineaments; Red River Formation; Winnipegosis Formation; Muddy Formation; Madison Group; Big Snowy Group; Rierdon Formation; stratigraphy; structural geology; structural features; tectonics; oil and gas
Thompson, D.G., and Sweeney, M.D.1971Soil survey, La Moure County and parts of James River Valley, North Dakota:Washington, DC, U.S. Soil Conservation Service, 119 p.soil surveys; maps; North Dakota; LaMoure County
Thompson, Donald G., and Joos, Lloyd L.1975Soil survey of Richland County and Sheyenne National Grassland area of Ransom County, North Dakota:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (SuDoc no. A57.38:R39/3), 148 p., illus. including soil maps, scale 1:20,000.soils; genesis; morphology; profiles; horizons; engineering properties; classification; utilization; management; soil mechanics; soil maps
Thompson, Gary G.1962Postglacial freshwater limestone, marl, and peat from south-central North Dakota:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings 1962, v. 16, p. 16-22, illus.McIntosh County; marl; limestones; dugouts; peat; radiocarbon dates; stratigraphy; paleoenvironments; sloughs; Holocene; paleontology; mollusks; algae; sponges; moss
Thompson, K. F. M.1994A classification of petroleum on the basis of the ratio of sulfur to nitrogen:Organic Geochemistry, v. 21, n. 8-9, p. 877-890.Antelope Shale; Arkansas; Asia; biodegradation; California; carbonate rocks; Carboniferous; catagenesis; Cenozoic; chemically precipitated rocks; classification; clastic rocks; Colorado; Cretaceous; Dakota Formation; Denver Basin; Eocene; evaporites; fresh water environment; Green River Formation; Illinois Basin; Jurassic; kerogen; lacustrine environment; lithofacies; Madison Group; marine environment; maturity; Mesozoic; Middle East; Miocene; Mississippian; Monterey Formation; Nebraska; Neogene; nitrogen; North Dakota; organic materials; organic nitrogen; organic sulfur; Paleogene; Paleozoic; paludal environment; pelagic environment; Permian; petroleum; Phosphoria Formation; provenance; reduction; reservoir rocks; salinity; San Joaquin Basin; sedimentary rocks; shale; Smackover Formation; source rocks; sulfur; Tertiary; Texas; Utah; Wyoming;
Thompson, K.W., and Hetzler, R.L.1977Soil Survey of Pembina County, North Dakota:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation (SuDoc no. A57.38:P36/2), 117 p., illus. including soil maps, scale 1:20,000.soils; distribution; morphology; genesis; classification; utilization; management; airphotos; soil maps
Thompson, K.W., Kukowski, R., Opdahl, D., Baker, B., Farris, C., Wright, M.R., and Haugen, L.1978Soil survey of Slope County, North Dakota:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (SuDoc no. A57.38:S15), 170 p., illus. including soil maps, scale 1:20,000.soils; distribution; morphology; genesis; classification; utilization; management; airphotos; soil maps
Thompson, R.F.2002Compilation of data to support development of a pesticide management plan by the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe, South and North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report OF 02 0381, 25 p., 2 discs.agriculture; aquifers; atmospheric precipitation; geographic information systems; ground water; Indian reservations; information systems; Lake Traverse Reservation; land cover; land use; mapping; North Dakota; pesticides; pollutants; pollution; soils; South Dakota; surface water; USGS;
Thompson, Ryan F.2001Water resources of the Lake Traverse Reservation, South and North Dakota, and Roberts County, South Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations 01-4219, 105 p.aquifers; clastic sediments; drainage basins; South Dakota; ground water; hydrology; Lake Traverse Reservation; lakes; North-Dakota; outwash; Sargent County; sediments; surface water; surficial geology; water quality; water resources; water use; wetlands;
Thompson, S. C.1984Depositional environments and history of the Winnipeg Group (Ordovician), Williston Basin, North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 210 p.
Thorpe, Malcolm R.1924White River (Oligocene) Eporeodons:Am. Jour. Sci, ser. 5, v. 7, p. 219-226.The holotype of one of the species described [Eporeodon dickinsonensis (Douglass) 1907] was collected near Dickinson, North Dakota.
Thorsteinsson, Thorsteinn1949Preliminary report on the geology of Colgrove Butte, Hettinger County, North Dakota:Grand Forks, N. D., North Dakota, Univ., M.S. Thesis (unpub.), 31 p., illus.The stratigraphy of the Fort Union Group and the White River Formation is described. The results of a study of the limestone beds in the White River Formation to determine their usefulness for cement manufacture are presented. Well logs and sections are included in the appendix.
Thorstenson, D. C., Weeks, E. P., Haas, H., and Fisher, D. W.1983Distribution of gaseous SUP 12 CO SUB 2, SUP 13 CO SUB 2, and SUP 14 CO SUB 2 in the sub-soil unsaturated zone of the western US Great PlainsRadiocarbon, V. 25, pp. 315-346
Thorstenson, D.C., Fisher, D.W., and Croft, M.G.1978The geochemistry of the Fox Hills aquifer in southwestern North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 10, no. 7, p. 505.Cretaceous; Fox Hills Formation; Hell Creek Formation; aquifers; geochemistry
Thrasher, L. C.1985Macrofossils and biostratigraphy of the Bakken Formation (Devonian and Mississippian) in western North DakotaMaster's, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 292 p.
Thrasher, L. C.1987Macrofossils and stratigraphic subdivisions of the Bakken Formation (Devonian-Mississippian), Williston Basin, North Dakotain, Carlson, C. G., and Christopher, J. E., eds., Fifth International Williston Basin Symposium, North Dakota Geological Society, Grand Forks, ND, pp. 53-67
Thrasher, L. C.1992Brachiopods as a Biostratigraphic Tool for Correlating Devonian-Mississippian Rock Sequencesin, Erickson, J. M., and Hoganson, J. W., eds., Proceedings of the F. D. Holland Jr., Geological Symposium, North Dakota Geological Survey, Bismarck, ND, pp. 179-192
Thrasher, L., and Holland, F. D., Jr.1983Macrofossils of Bakken Formation (Devonian and Mississippian), Williston Basin, North DakotaAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 67, p. 1358
Thurlow, E.E.1973Western coal (abstract):Mining Engineering, v. 25, no. 8, p. 34.lignite; Montana; Wyoming; North Dakota; strip mining
Thurlow, Ernest E.1974Western coal:Mining Engineering, v. 26, no. 5, p. 30-33, illus.Powder River Basin; North Dakota: Montana; Williston Basin; Fort Union Formation; Tongue River Member; Tullock Member; "scoria"; lignite; reserves; strip mining
Tibert, N.E., Curran, H.A., Hartman, J.H., Belt, E.S., and Diemer, J.A.2001Marine flooding intervals within the freshwater Tongue River Member (Fort Union Formation, Paleocene), western Williston Basin, U.S.A.:American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting Expanded Abstracts, p. 200. Arenicolites; Arthropoda; assemblages; Bisulcocypridea; Bivalvia; brackish water environment; Candona; Cannonball Formation; Cenozoic; coal seams; Cobula mactriformis; controls; correlation; Crustacea; cycles; Cyprididae; Cypridocopina; Darwinula; depositional environment; Diplocraterion; estuarine environment; Eucypris; eustacy; Foraminifera; Fort Union Formation; fresh water environment; Gastropoda; ichnofossils; Invertebrata; Little Missouri River basin; Mandibulata; marine environment; microfossils; Mollusca; Monocraterion; Montana; North Dakota; Ostracoda; Paleocene; Paleogene; Podocopida; Protista; Rhizocorallium; sedimentation; Signal Butte; Skolithos; Skolithos linearis; Teichichnus; Tertiary; Tongue River Member; Unionidae; Williston Basin;
Tidball, Ronald R., and Severson, Ronald C.1976Chemistry of northern Great Plains soils,in Geochemical survey of the western energy regions, third annual progress report, July 1976: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 76-729, p. 57-81, illus.soils; geochemistry; chemical elements; methods
Tillotson, S. J., and Murphy, E. C.1988Groundwater Quality Impacts from Selected North Dakota LandfillsNorth Dakota Groundwater Quality Symposium, North Dakota State University Extension Service, pp. 101-107
Timpe, R. C., and Farnum, B. W.1980Characterization of volatile organic constituents in nahcoliteProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 34, p. 17
Timpe, R. C., Sears, R. E., and Montgomery, G. G.1989Characterization of a Texas and a North Dakota lignite char used in the production of hydrogenThe Journal of Coal Quality, V. 8, pp. 27-31
Timpson, M. E.1996Quaternary geology of the Lake Ilo Basin:Program and Abstracts of the American Quaternary Association Fourteenth biennial meeting, v. 14, p. 190.absolute age; archaeological sites; C14; carbon; Cenozoic; dates; Dunn County; fluvial environment; glacial geology; ice movement; isotopes; lacustrine environment; Lake Ilo Basin; Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge; lithofacies; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Quaternary; radioactive isotopes; unconformities; Wisconsinan;
Timpson, M. E., and Richardson, J. L.1986Ionic composition and distribution in saline seeps of southwestern North Dakota, U.S.AGeoderma, V. 37, pp. 295-305
Timpson, M. E., Richardson, J. L., Keller, L. P., and McCarthy, G. J.1986Evaporite mineralogy associated with saline seeps in southwestern North DakotaSoil Science Society of America Journal, V. 50, pp. 490-493
Timpson, M. E., Thompson, R. G., and Arndt, J. L.1987Geoarchaeological investigation of the Dahnke Site, Red River Valley, North DakotaProceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, V. 41, p. 60
Ting, F. T. C.1981Diagenesis of peat and the formation of ligniteGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 13, p. 568
Ting, F. T. C.1983Petrified Paleocene peat of Fort Union Group of North Dakotain, Raymond, R., Jr., and Andrejko, M. J., eds., Mineral matter in peat; its occurrence, form and distribution, Los Alamos National Laboratory, September 26-30, 1983, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Las Alamos, NM, pp. 209-213
Ting, F. T. C.1985Comparative studies of Eocene silicified peat and lignite; transition between peat and ligniteGeological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, V. 17, p. 735
Ting, F. T. C.1986Geology and geochemistry of sodium in ligniteActa Geologica Taiwanica, V. 24, pp. 249-261
Ting, F. T. C.1989Transformation from peat to lignitein, Thanasuthipitak, T., and Ounchanum, P., eds., Proceedings of the international symposium on Intermontane basins; geology and resources, Chaing Mai University, Chaing Mai, Thailand, pp. 99-102
Ting, F. T. C.1990Occurrence and distribution of sodium in the northern Great Plains lignitein, Chyi, L. L., and Chou, C. L., eds., Recent advances in coal geochemistry, Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO, pp. 27-33
Ting, F.T.C.1974aFactors controlling heating values of low-rank coals (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 28, pt. 1, p. 32.lignite; chemical analyses; sedimentary petrology; organic residues; properties; heating
Ting, F.T.C.1974bPetrography and paleobotany of a petrified Paleocene peat and its bearing on the coalification of lignite (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 6, no. 7, p. 988.lignite; petrified peat; paleontology; sedimentary petrology; Paleocene; organic residues; composition; occurrence
Ting, F.T.C.1972fSodium in North Dakota lignite (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 26, pt. 1, p. 22.lignite; Tongue River Formation; sodium content; analyses
Ting, F.T.C.1972cPetrified Paleocene peat from North Dakota, USA (abstract):American Journal of Botany, v. 59, no. 6, pt. 2, p. 664.Paleocene; Sentinel Butte Formation; silicified peat; paleobotany
Ting, F.T.C.1972dPetrified peat from a Paleocene lignite in North Dakota:Science, v. 177, no. 4044, p. 165-166, illus.Paleocene; Sentinel Butte Formation; Billings County; silicified peat bed; depositional environments; paleobotany
Ting, F.T.C.1972bOccurrence of resinites in subbituminous coals and lignite in Wyoming and North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 4, no. 6, p. 418.lignite; Paleocene; calorific value; paleobotany; conifers
Ting, Francis T.C.1973aOccurrence and distribution of sodium in lignite (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 5, no. 2, p. 228.lignite; chemical analyses; sodium; overburden; sandstone; shale
Ting, Francis T.C.1973bPetrology and palynology of a silicified Sapropelic peat from a Paleocene lignite bed in North Dakota:Geoscience and Man, v. 7, p. 65-66, illus.Tongue River Formation; Paleocene; Oliver County; palynology; silicified peat
Ting, Francis T.C.1972ePetrographic and chemical properties of selected North Dakota lignite:in Depositional environments of the lignite-bearing strata in western North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 50, p. 63-68, illus.lignite; chemical properties; petrography; Paleocene; Williston Basin; lignite ash; compositions
Ting, Francis T.C. (Editor)1972aDepositional environments of the lignite-bearing strata in western North Dakota:North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 50, 134 p., illus. including geologic maps. (University of North Dakota Geology Department Guidebook 3.)lignite; North Dakota: sedimentology; depositional environments (Individual papers are indexed separately)
Ting, Francis T.C., Bjorlie, S.C., and Blatherwick, B.1973Effect of petrographic composition on heating value of lignite (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 57, no. 5, p. 963.lignite; physical properties; chemical analyses; calorific value
Tinker, John R., Jr.1970Rates of hillslope lowering in the Badlands of North Dakota (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 96 p., illus.; abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1971, v. 31, no. 12, p. 7375-7376.slopewash; soil creep; surface runoff; erosion; badlands; Buffalo Creek Basin; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; erosion rates; slope erosion; sediment yield
Tinker, John R., Jr.1971Rates of hillslope lowering in the Badlands of North Dakota (abstract):Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 3, no. 7, p. 733.badlands; erosion; slopewash; Sentinel Butte Formation; Tongue River Formation; sediment yield
Tinker, S. W., and Kirkby, K. C.1991The Keg River/Winnipegosis petroleum system; source to trap; Part IAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 75, p. 682
Tisdale,Ernest E.1941The geology of the Heart Butte Quadrangle:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 13, 32 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:62,500).The quadrangle is located in parts of Grant and Morton Counties.. The stratigraphy of the quadrangle consisting of the Cannonball "Member" of the "Lance Formation" and the Fort Union "Formation," is described. The results of sedimentation studies of the Fort Union "Formation" are discussed.
Todd, James E.1923bIs the channel of the Missouri River through North Dakota of Tertiary origin?:Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 34, p. 469-494, illus.A. G. Leonard's arguments for the Tertiary origin of the channel are presented and refuted. Evidence is presented placing the origin of the channel during the Wisconsin Stage of the Pleistocene.
Todd, James E.1923Glacial diversion of the Missouri River:Pan-Am. Geol., v. 39, no. 3, p. 169-184.The history of the Missouri River during glacial times is reviewed.
Todd, James E.1920Certain diverse interpretations of Pleistocene in the Dakotas (abs.):Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 31, p. 134-135.A. G. Leonard's interpretation of the history of the Missouri River is presented and his conclusions are compared with the conclusions of the author.
Todd, James E.1914The Pleistocene history of the Missouri River:Science, n. s., v. 39, no. 995, p. 263-274, illus.The positions of the river during the stages of the Pleistocene are plotted on the map. The action of the river during each stage is discussed.
Todd, James E.1896The moraines of the Missouri Coteau and their attendant deposits:U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. 144, 71 p., illus. incl. glacial map (scale approx. 1:2,191,800).The moraines located in the area between the Missouri and James Rivers, and between Jamestown, N. Dak. and Huron, S. Dak. are described. Lake Dakota deposits and other glacial features in the area are discussed. A summary of wells in the area is included.
Todd, James E.1890The lineage of Lake Agassiz (abs.):Iowa Acad. Sci., Proc. for 1887-89, p. 57-58.The history of Lake Agassiz is traced through six stages back to Eocene time.
Todd, James E.1885The Missouri Coteau and its moraines:Am. Assoc. Adv. Sci. Proc. v. 33, p. 381-393, illus. map.The results of a survey of the Coteau south of 47 N. lat. are expressed including discussions of the structure of the Coteau, the two moraines (the outer and the inner) of the Coteau, the portion of the Coteau outside the moraines, and the drainage of the Coteau.
Todhunter, P.E.1995Erosion trends at Fargo, North Dakota; 1948-1991:Association of American Geographers; Abstracts, Annual Meeting, p.305.Cass County; Cenozoic; climate change; conservation; erosion; Fargo; North Dakota; Pleistocene; Quaternary; Red River Valley; soil erosion; soils; tillage; wind erosion;
Todhunter, P.E.1997Historical climate of the Devils Lake region:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 51, p. 29-33.North Dakota; Symposium; climate change; Langdon Experiment Station; variables; time series; analysis; lake levels; fluctuations;
Tonnsen, J. J.1989Natural gas pipelines and regulations in Wyoming and adjacent areasWyoming Geological Association Guidebook, V. 40, pp. 31-38
Tonnsen, J. J.1991Natural gas production and consumption and new pipeline developments in the Central and Northern Rocky Mountain regionAmerican Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, V. 75, p. 1142
Tornes, L. H., and Brigham, M. E.1994Agricultural chemicals in streams of the Red River of the North drainage basin,in, Minnesota water '94; managing Minnesota's rivers and watersheds: Minneapolis, MN, Minnesota Divison of Natural Resources, p. 3.agriculture; agrochemicals; herbicides; Minnesota; North Dakota; pesticides; pollutants; Red River; South Dakota; surface water; water management; water quality; water resources;
Tornes, L. H., and Brigham, M. E.1994Nutrients, suspended sediment, and pesticides in waters of the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, 1970-1990:U. S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 93-4231, 62 p.agriculture; data acquisition; drainage basins; geochemistry; Great Plains; ground water; hydrochemistry; hydrology; land use; Minnesota; NAWQA; nitrogen; North Dakota; nutrients; pesticides; phosphorus; pollutants; pollution; Red River of the North; Red River Valley; rivers; streams; South Dakota; surface water; suspended materials; water quality;
Tornes, L. H., and Brigham, M. E.1995Pesticide amounts are small in streams in the Red River of the North Basin, 1993-94:U. S. Geological Survey Open File Report 95-0283, 2 p.Clay County; detection; drainage basins; geochemistry; Grand Forks County; Great Plains; hydrochemistry; hydrology; Minnesota; NAWQA; North Dakota; pesticides; pollutants; pollution; Red River of the North Basin; Red River Valley; rivers; streams; surface water; water quality;
Tornes, L.H.2005Water Quality of Streams in the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, 1970-2001:U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 20055095 (http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2005/5095/).North Dakota; Minnesota; South Dakota; water quality; streams;
Tornes, L.H., Brigham, M.E., and Lorenz, D.L.1997Nutrients, suspended sediment, and pesticides in streams in the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, 1993-95:U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 97-4053, 70 p.agriculture; concentration; drainage basins; fluvial environment; geochemistry; hydrochemistry; hydrology; land use; Minnesota; North Dakota; nutrients; pesticides; pollutants; pollution; Red River of the North; Red River of the North Basin; rivers; sediments; South Dakota; stream sediments; streamflow; streams; surface water; suspended materials; water quality;
Tosaya, C., and Nur, A.1981Detection of abnormal pore pressures in shales by wave amplitude variations:Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 51st Annual Meeting Abstracts, p. 76. amplitude; body waves; clastic rocks; clastic sediments; clay; Cotton Valley Group; Cretaceous; detection; elastic waves; experimental studies; fluid pressure; geopressure; Jurassic; laboratory studies; Mesozoic; North Dakota; overpressure; P-waves; permeability; petroleum; petroleum engineering; Pierre Shale; pore pressure; reservoir properties; rock mechanics; S-waves; sandstone; sedimentary rocks; sediments; seismic waves; shale; silt; Texas; velocity; Williston Basin;
Tourtelot, H.A., and Frost, I.C.1965Extractable organic material in nonmarine and marine shales of Cretaceous age,in Geological Survey Research 1965: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 525-D, p. D73-D81, illus.Pierre Shale; cretaceous; organic matter; analyses; hydrocarbons
Tourtelot, H.A., Schultz, L.G., and Gill, J.R.1960Stratigraphic variations in mineralogy and chemical composition of the Pierre Shale in South Dakota, and adjacent parts of North Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Montanain Geological Survey Research 1960--Short papers in the geological sciences:.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 400-B, p. B447-B452, illus.Pierre Shale; Cretaceous; stratigraphy; mineralogy; geochemistry; clay minerals
Tourtelot, Harry A.1962Preliminary investigation of the geologic setting and chemical composition of the Pierre Shale, Great Plains region:U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 390, 74 p., illus.geochemistry; Pierre Shale; stratigraphy; correlation; lithology; facies (sedimentary); analyses; mineralogy; chemical properties; clays; Montana; South Dakota; Cretaceous
Tourtelot, Harry A.1964Minor element composition and organic carbon content of marine and nonmarine shales of the Late Cretaceous age in the western interior of the United States:Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 28, no. 10, p. 1579-1604, illus.Pierre Shale; Cretaceous; stratigraphy; organic matter; geochemistry; chemical analyses; mineralogy; clay minerals
Tourtelot, Harry A., Huffman, Claude, Jr., and Rader, Lewis F.1964Cadmium in samples of the Pierre Shale and some equivalent stratigraphic units, Great Plains region, Art. 135, in Short papers in geology and hydrology:in Short papers in geology and hydrology: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 475-D, p. D73-D78, illus.Pierre Shale; Cretaceous; cadmium; clays
Townsend, Roland C.1954Geology of the Portal Quadrangle, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-47, scale 1:62,500, with text.The engineering geology, physiography, geologic history, structure, and groundwater resources of this quadrangle in Burke County are discussed. The geologic map units are described.
Townsend, Roland C.1954Geology of the Noonan Quadrangle, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-44, scale 1:62,500, with text.The engineering geology, physiography, geologic history, and groundwater resources of this area in Divide County are discussed. The geologic map units are described.
Townsend, Roland C.1954Geology of the Crosby Quadrangle, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-46, scale 1:62,500, with text.The engineering geology, physiography, geologic history, and groundwater resources of the quadrangle located in Divide County are discussed. The geologic map units are described.
Townsend, Roland C.1950Deformation of Fort Union Formation near Lignite, North Dakota:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 34, no. 7, p. 1552-1564, illus.The topography and general geology of the area in Burke County are discussed. The structurally deformed beds are described and the cause of the folding is discussed. The relation between the structures and the Altamont (?) Moraine is discussed.
Townsend, Roland C., and Jenke, Arthur L.1951The problem of the origin of the Max moraine of North Dakota and Canada:Am. Jour. Sci, v. 249, p. 842-858, illus. incl. geol. sketch map (scale approx. 1:441,800).The moraine and surrounding area are described. Four stages are proposed for the history of the area.
Towse, Donald F.1956Uranium ore deposits in western North Dakota and eastern Montana (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 10, p. 35-36.lignite; uranium; Billings County; Fort Union Group; Golden Valley County; sandstones
Towse, Donald F.1953Jurassic System in the Williston Basin (abstract):North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 7, p. 27.Williston Basin; Jurassic; Morrison Formation; Ellis Group; Sundance Formation; Piper Formation; lithology
Towse, Donald F.1957Uranium deposits in western North Dakota and eastern Montana:Econ. Geol., v. 52, no. 8, p. 904-913, illus. incl. geol. map (scale approx. 1:1,500,000).The history of the development and exploration in the state is reviewed. The geology of the uranium deposits is described. Exploration methods and production in the state are discussed.
Towse, Donald F.1957Petrology of Beaver Lodge Madison limestone reservoir, North Dakota:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 41, no. 11, p. 2493-2507, illus.The results of a study to determine the lithologic character and distribution of the porous zones of the Madison Limestone reservoir rock are presented.
Towse, Donald F.1957North Dakota uranium summary:Williston Basin Oil Rev., v. 6, no. 3, p. 7-9, 27-29, illus. incl. geol. map (scale approx. 1:1,500,000).The history of the exploration and development of uranium in the state is reviewed. The geology of the deposits is discussed.
Towse, Donald F.1954Williston exploration and geology:Petroleum Eng., v. 26, no. 12, p. B39-B46, illus.The problems of exploration, the stratigraphy, and the prospects of the east side of the Williston basin are discussed.
Towse, Donald F.1954Petrology of the Beaver Lodge Madison Reservoir (abs.):N. Dak. Acad.Sci, Proc.,v.8, p.44.A brief summary of the results of a study of the Mississippian Madison Formation in the Beaver Lodge field is presented.
Towse, Donald F.1954Jurassic System in Williston Basin:Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 38, no. 4, p. 454-462, illus.The nomenclature, lithology, and correlations are discussed for each formation of the Jurassic System in the basin. Sample well logs are presented.
Towse, Donald F.1953Stratigraphic sections of the Devonian System in western North Dakota and adjacent areas:N. Dak. Geol. Survey Rept. Inv. no. 12, 1 sheet, illus.A north-south cross section of the subsurface Devonian in western North Dakota is presented. The nomenclature is discussed and the lithologic units are described.
Towse, Donald F.1952Subsurface geology of south-central North Dakota:N. Dak. Acad. Sci, Proc., v. 6, p. 26-34, illus.; reprinted in part, 1952: N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bull. 27, 23 p., illusThe oil possibilities and subsurface stratigraphy of the state are reviewed on the basis of new well records. A correlation between the new wells and existing wells is presented. A sample well log is included in N. Dak. Geol. Survey Bulletin 27.
Towse, Donald F.1952Preliminary report on sedimentational history of North Dakota (abs.):Oil and Gas Jour., v. 50, no. 44, p. 125; Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v.36,no.5, p.964-965.Some preliminary interpretations of a sedimentational analysis of the subsurface stratigraphy of North Dakota are presented.
Towse, Donald F.1951Geology and oil and gas development and possibilities of the Williston Basin:Petroleum Engineer, v. 23, no. 12, p. A49-A66, illus.The development of oil production in the state and the geology and stratigraphy of North Dakota and its relation to possible future development and oil possibilities are discussed.
Toy, T. J., and Grim, D. S.1984Climate appraisal maps of the rehabilitation potential of strippable coal lands in the Williston Basin, Montana, North Dakota, and South DakotaUSGS, Reston, VA, Miscellaneous Field Studies Maps, No. MF-1675, 3 Sheets, 1:1,000,000
Trapp, H., Jr., and Croft, M.G.1975Geology and ground-water resources of Hettinger and Stark Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota State Water Commission County Ground-Water Studies 16--Part 1, 51 p., illus. including geologic map, scale 1:63,360.Williston Basin; geology; groundwater; Fox Hills Formation; Hell Creek Formation; Ludlow Formation; Cannonball Formation; Tongue River Formation; Sentinel Butte Formation; Golden Valley Formation; White River Formation; Arikaree Formation; aquifers; geologic map; water supply; water quality; utilization; cross sections
Trapp, Henry, Jr.1971Ground water basic data, Hettinger and Stark Counties, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Commission County Ground Water Studies 16, Part 2, 445 p., illus.groundwater; water resources development; hydrologic data; aquifer characteristics; water wells; hydrogeology; aquifers; water yield; water levels; water quality; chemical analyses; water utilization; water temperature; water sources; water table; observation wells; springs
Trapp, Henry, Jr.1968Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota--Part 3, Ground water resources:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 44 (North Dakota Water Commission County County Ground Water Study 5), 110 p., illus.Eddy County; Foster County; groundwater resources; geology; water quality; aquifers; glacial aquifers; Dakota Sandstone; Pierre Shale; water utilization
Trapp, Henry, Jr.1966Geology and ground water resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota--Part 2, Ground water basic data:North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 44 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Study 5), 243 p., illus.Eddy County; Foster County; water wells; groundwater; well logs; water quality; water chemistry; artesian wells
Traverse, Alfred F., Jr.1955Behavior of petrographic components of North Dakota lignite in preparation, low-temperature carbonization and steam-drying (abs.):Econ. Geol., v. 50, no. 1, p. 102.Samples of Fort Union Lignite were used for the study.
Traverse, Alfred F., Jr.1954A method for the petrographic analysis of commercially delivered lignite:Econ. Geol., v. 49, no. 1, p. 92-100, illus.The results of a petrographic study of a column sample of lignite and of a crushed commercially delivered lignite sample from Dakota Collieries mine, Zap, Mercer County are presented.
Trimble, D. E.1980Cenozoic tectonic history of the Great Plains contrasted with that of the southern Rocky Mountains; a synthesisThe Mountain Geologist, V. 17, pp. 59-69
Trimble, D. E., and Fleming, R. W.1980Slides in southwestern North Dakotain, Humphrey, C. B., ed., Proceedings of the Eighteenth annual engineering geology and soils engineering symposium; April 2-4, 1980, Idaho Transportation Department, Division of Highways, Boise, ID, pp. 33-44
Trimble, D.E.1979Unstable ground in western North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Circular 798, 19 p.landslides; subsidence
Trimble, D.E.1978bSummary description of the geologic environment of the Williston Basin lignite fields, North Dakota:U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 78-920, illus.Williams County; Divide County; McKenzie County; lignite; sedimentation; sedimentary petrology; depositional environments
Trimble, D.E.1978cSurficial geology and geologic hazards in the Williston Basin in North Dakota (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1100, p. 272-273.photo interpretation; landslides; subsidence
Trimble, D.E.1978aPingo scars in southwestern North Dakota (abstract):U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1100, p. 58.Hettinger County; Fort Union Formation; Pleistocene; permafrost
Trooien, T. P., Merrill, S. D., and Reichman, G. A.1994Water quality implications of irrigating alfalfa with saline water:North Dakota Water Quality Symposium Proceedings, Fargo, ND, N.D. Water Resour. Res. Inst., p. 68-75.agriculture; alfalfa; electrical conductivity; Great Plains; ground water; Mandan; Morton County; North Dakota; pollution; salinity; water quality; water resources;
Trout, K.1965Exploration and development high-lights in North Dakota, 1964-1965 (abstract):American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 49, no. 9, p. 1569.petroleum; production; exploration
Truesdell, P. E., and Hilton, G. S.1947Reconnaissance map showing locations of possible sources of riprap in western North Dakota and northwestern South Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Missouri Basin Studies no. 20, map, scale 1:500,000.Quartzite, sandstone, limestone, and deposits of erratics are located on the map. The properties, size, and stratigraphy of the deposits are noted.
Tschudy, Bernadine D., and Leopold, Estella B.1970Aquilapollenites (Rouse) Funkhouser--selected Rocky Mountain taxa and their stratigraphic ranges:Geological Society of America Special Paper, 127, p. 113-167, illus.palynology; Cretaceous; Colorado; South Dakota; Montana; Wyoming; North Dakota; Tertiary
Tschudy, Robert H.1976Pollen changes near the Fort Union-Wasatch boundary, Powder River Basin,in Geology and energy resources of the Powder River: Wyoming Geological Association Guidebook 28th Annual Field Conference, p. 73-81, illus.coal; palynology; Wastach Formation; Tongue River Member; Fort Union Formation; biostratigraphy; palynomorphs; zonation; Golden Valley Formation; geologic age; Wyoming; North Dakota; Paleocene-Eocene boundary
Tsuru A., Cotter, J. F. P.1995Did the Coteau des Prairies influence the formation of the striated & faceted boulder pavement of the Minnesota and James River valleys?:Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, n.3, p. 91.bedding plane irregularities; boulders; clastic sediments; Coteau des Prairies; erosion features; glacial erosion features; glacial geology; ice movement; James River valley; Minnesota; Minnesota River valley; orientation; petrography; sedimentary structures; sediments; South Dakota; spatial distribution; striations; till;
Tsuru, A.1995The influence of the Coteau Des Prairies on the formation of a boulder pavement:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 49, p. 2.North Dakota; Undergraduate Collegiate Communications; boulder pavements; Coteau Des Prairies; New Ulm Till; South Dakota;
Tsuru, A.1994The origin of iron concretions in the Golden Valley Formation:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science, v. 48, p. 111.North Dakota; Undergraduate Collegiate Communications; iron; concretions; Golden Valley Formation; Little Badlands; Stark County; Eocene; origins;
Tubb, R., Anderson, D.W., Armstrong, R., and Callender, E.1973The biogeochemistry of Devils Lake, North Dakota:North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute Technical Completion report WI-221-017-73; OWRR A-006-NDAK (3); NTIS report PB-226 306.limnology; biochemistry; geochemistry; water chemistry; alkalinity; calcium; magnesium; sodium; potassium; chlorides; sulfates; iron; silica; interstices; sediments; mineralogy; salinity; Holocene chronology; Devils Lake
Tucker, A. B., Feldmann, R. M., Holland, F. D., Jr., and Brinster, K. F.1987Fossil crab (Decapoda; Brachyura) fauna from the Late Cretaceous (Campanian-Maastrichtian) Pierre Shale in Bowman County, North DakotaAnnals of Carnegie Museum, V. 56, pp. 275-288
Tullis,. Edward L..1952Igneous and metamorphic rocks of the Black Hills and the Williston Basinin Billings Geol. Soc., Guidebook, 3d Ann. Field Conf., Black Hills-Williston Basin, September 4-7, 1952: p. 38-41, illus.The records or samples of most of the holes drilled to the Precambrian in the basin were studied. The rock type described was plotted on a map of the basin.
Turner, B.L., Cade, M.B., and Westermann, D.T.2003Organic phosphorus composition and potential bioavailability in semi arid arable soils of the Western United States:Soil Science Society of America Journal, v. 67, n. 4, p. 1168-1179. agriculture; bioavailability; climate; geochemistry; Idaho; Montana; NMR spectra; North Dakota; organic compounds; organic phosphorus; phosphorus; regression analysis; semi arid environment; soil surveys; soils; spectra; statistical analysis; surveys; terrestrial environment; Texas; Utah; Washington;
Tuthill, Samuel J.1969A comparison of the Late Wisconsinan molluscan fauna of the Missouri Coteau District (North Dakota) with a modern Alaskan analogue (University of North Dakota Ph.D. dissertation, 234 p., illus.; abstract:Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering, 1970, v. 30, no. 9, p. 4211.Missouri Coteau; mollusks; Pleistocene; Wisconsinan; paleoecology; habitats; stratigraphy; glacial deposits; glacial lakes; modern analog; Alaska; paleoenvironments
Tuthill, Samuel J.1967bPaleo-zoology and molluscan paleontology of the Glacial Lake Agassiz region,in Life, land and water--Conference on environmental studies of the Glacial Lake Agassiz region, 1966, Proceedings: University of Manitoba Department of Anthropology Occasional Paper 1, p. 299-312, illus.paleontology; Lake Agassiz; Pleistocene; Holocene; Recent; mollusks; paleoecology
Tuthill, Samuel J.1967aLate Pleistocene Mollusca of the Missouri Coteau district, North Dakota--A note and bibliography,in Glacial geology of the Missouri Coteau--Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene Field Conference, 1967, Guidebook: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous Series 30, p. 73-82, illus.mollusks; Pleistocene; Missouri Coteau; bibliographies; fossil lists; fossil locations
Tuthill, Samuel J.1966Paleoecologic implications of Recent superglacial and proglacial molluscan habitats (abstract):Geological Society of America Special Paper 101, p. 223-225.Alaska; glaciers; Missouri Coteau; North Dakota; glacial lake sediments; mollusks; paleoclimate; paleoecology
Tuthill, Samuel J.1965bPleistocene mollusca of North Dakota (Mollusques Pleistocenes du Dakota du Nord)(abstract):International Association for Quaternary Research, 7th Congress, Abstracts, p. 474.Pleistocene; mollusks; paleontology
Tuthill, Samuel J.1965aThe fossil molluscan fauna of Pleistocene sediments of Burleigh County, North Dakota,in Geology and ground water resources of Burleigh County, North Dakota, Part 1--Geology: North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin 42 (North Dakota Water Conservation Commission County Ground Water Studies 3), p. 93-111, illus.Burleigh County; paleontology; mollusks; Pleistocene; paleoecology
Tuthill, Samuel J.1964Unusually well preserved Lampsilis luteolus and molluscan fauna in post-hypsithermal sediments:Compass, v. 41, no. 2, p. 149-155, illus.Richland County; Sheyenne Delta; mollusks; paleontology; radiocarbon dates; glacial Lake Agassiz; Pleistocene
Tuthill, Samuel J.1962A checklist of North Dakota Pleistocene and Recent Mollusca:Sterkiana, no. 8, p. 12-18.mollusks; Recent; Pleistocene; bibliographies; Naiades; Sphaeriidae; freshwater pulmonates; freshwater operculates; land gastropods
Tuthill, Samuel J.1963aCorrections and additions to the checklist of North Dakota Pleistocene and Recent Mollusca:Sterkiana, no. 10, p. 29-30.mollusks; Recent; Pleistocene; bibliographies
Tuthill, Samuel J.1963bMollusks from Wisconsinan (Pleistocene) ice-contact sediments of the Missouri Coteau in central North Dakota:University of North Dakota M.A. thesis, 102 p., illus.mollusks; Missouri Coteau; glacial lake deposits; glacial geology; stratigraphy; paleoecology; paleoenvironments; Stutsman County; Logan County; McIntosh County; LaMoure County; Burleigh County; Sheridan County; Divide County; radiocarbon dates; paleontology
Tuthill, Samuel J.1961A molluscan fauna and late Pleistocene climate in southeastern North Dakota:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 15, p. 19-26, illus.; reprinted: North Dakota Geological Survey Miscellaneous series 13, 8 p., illus.Stutsman County; Pleistocene; mollusks; fossil lists; paleontology; paleoclimatology
Tuthill, Samuel J., and Laird, Wilson M.1963Molluscan fauna of some alkaline lakes and sloughs in southern central North Dakota:Nautilus, v. 77, no. 2, p. 47-55, illus.; continued, 1964: Nautilus, v. 77, no. 3, p. 81-90, illus.mollusks; Recent; limnology; Missouri Coteau; climate; water chemistry; ecology; saline lakes; alkaline lakes; sloughs
Tuthill, Samuel J., Clayton, Lee, and Holland, F.D., Jr.1963Mollusks from Wisconsinan (Pleistocene) ice-contact sediments of the Missouri Coteau in central North Dakota (abstract):Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Zoology, v. 1, p. 174.glacial lakes; paleontology; mollusks; Pleistocene
Tuthill, Samuel J., Clayton, Lee, and Laird, Wilson M.1964A comparison of a fossil Pleistocene molluscan fauna from North Dakota with a Recent molluscan fauna from Minnesota:American Midland Naturalist, v. 71, no. 2, p. 344-362, illus.Missouri Coteau; mollusks; Pleistocene; glacial history; radiocarbon dates; glacial deposits; glacial lake deposits; paleontology; Long Lake; Minnesota; Recent; paleoenvironments; geologic ages
Tuthill, Samuel J., Clayton, Lee, and Thompson, G.G.1962Microlithology of a section in upper glacial Lake Agassiz sediments at Grand Forks, North Dakota:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, 1962, v. 16, p. 50-57, illus.Grand Forks County; Lake Agassiz sediments; lithology; glacial lake deposits
Tuthill, Samuel J., Laird, Wilson M., and Frye, C.I.1965Fossil molluscan fauna from the upper terrace of the Cannonball River, Grant County, North Dakota:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, 1964, v. 18, p. 140-156, illus.Grant County; Cannonball River; terraces (geologic); stratigraphy; mollusks; paleontology; lithology; Pleistocene; paleoecology
Tuthill, Samuel J., Laird, Wilson M., and Kresl, Ronald J.1965Fossiliferous marl beneath lower Campbell (Glacial Lake Agassiz) beach sediments:North Dakota Academy of Science Proceedings, 1964, v. 18, p. 135-140, illus.Lake Agassiz sediments; beaches; mollusks; paleontology; Grand Forks County; Pleistocene; depositional environments; lithology
Tychsen, Paul C.1950Geology and groundwater hydrology of the Heart River Irrigation Project and the Dickinson area, North Dakota:U. S. Geol. Survey Circ. 34, 59 p., illus. incl. geol. map (scale 1:188,360).The area of the report includes parts of Stark, Morton, and Grant Counties. The geologic formations, their water-bearing properties, and the groundwater conditions are discussed. A table of well records for the counties is included.
Tyrrell, Joseph B.1896The genesis of Lake Agassiz:Jour. Geology, v. 4, p. 811-815.The history of Lake Agassiz is outlined.
Tyrrell, Joseph B.1891Pleistocene of the Winnipeg basin:Am. Geol., v. 8, p. 19-28.The Pleistocene lacustrine deposits in the Winnipeg area of Manitoba are described. Mention is made of the total area and duration of Lake Agassiz.