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Geology of the Souris River Area North Dakota
(United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1960)
The Souris River area comprises about 5,500 square miles in north-central North Dakota. It is bounded roughly by the east loop of the Souris River on the east, by the Max moraine on the southwest, and by the International ...
Distribution and Thickness of Devonian Rocks in Williston Basin and in Central Montana and North-Central Wyoming
(UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON, 1961)
The report area includes approximately 200,000 square miles in the southern part of the Williston basin of North Dakota, South Dakota, and eastern Mon- tana and in central Montana and north-central Wyoming. Devonian ...
GEOHYDROLOGY OF THE SOURIS RIVER VALLEY IN THE VICINITY OF MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA
(United States Government Printing Office, 1967)
The Minot area is in the north-central part of North Dakota and includes part of the Souris River valley. The region is covered by glacial drift of late Wisconsin age except in small areas where the Fort Union Formation ...
Hydrology of Melt-Water Channels in Southwestern Minnesota
(United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1965)
Melt-water channel deposits are among the most important aquifers in south-western Minnesota, but permeable zones within the deposits are difficult to locate, interpretation of the depositional history of proglacial channel ...
A limnological investigation in the lower Saskatchewan River drainage basin prior to operation of a forestry complex at The Pas, Manitoba
(Manitoba Department of Mines and Natural Resources, 1968-12)
In July, 1967, the first of a series of pre-pollutional surveys on the Saskatchewan River and adjoining areas was initiated. The need for such surveys was stimulated by the proposal to construct and operate a pulp and paper ...