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Mississippi Office of Geology
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Bulletins

1.
Cement and Portland Cement Materials of Mississippi: Albert F. Crider, 73 p., 1907. $2.00
Information on the cement industry and its history, the classification of cements, the raw materials, and methods of manufacture; the Portland cement materials of Mississippi: Devonian, Carboniferous, Tuscaloosa, Selma, Porters Creek, Jackson, Vicksburg. Currently available for download

2.
Clays of Mississippi. Part I, Brick Clays and Clay Industry of Northern Mississippi: William N. Logan, 255 p., 1907. $2.00
Origin and classification of clay; chemical properties; physical properties; processes of clay manufacture; fuel; properties of brick; imperfections of brick; geology of Mississippi clays; clays of northern Mississippi by counties. Currently available for download

*3.
The Lignite of Mississippi: Calvin S. Brown, 71 p., 1907. $2.00


A report on lignites in general and in Mississippi, on localities by counties, on analyses, and on uses. Currently available for download

*4.
Clays of Mississippi. Part II, Brick Clays and Clay Industry of Southern Mississippi: William N. Logan, 72 p., 1908. Not available Currently available for download

*5.
A Study of Forest Conditions of Southwestern Mississippi: The United States Forest Service (cooperating): J. S. Holmes and J. H. Foster, 56 p., 1908. Not available

*6.
The Pottery Clays of Mississippi: William N. Logan, 221 p., 1909, 2nd ed. 1914. Not available
Currently available for download

*7.
Preliminary Examination of the Forest Conditions of Mississippi: C. E. Dunston, 76 p., 1910. Not available
Currently available for download

*8.
A Preliminary Study of Soils of Mississippi: E. N. Lowe, 220 p., 1911. Not available

9.
The Structural Materials of Mississippi: William N. Logan, 78 p., 1911. $2.00
The structural materials of Mississippi, limestones, sandstones, sand, chert, and gravel, are treated according to geological formations and by counties. An Appendix by E. N. Lowe was published in 1913.
Currently available for download

10.
Preliminary Report on Iron Ores of Mississippi: E. N. Lowe, 70 p., 1913. $2.00


Iron ores discussed in general and in Mississippi by localities. Currently available for download

*11.
Forest Conditions of Mississippi, being a reprint with additions of Bulletins nos. 5 and 7: 166 p., 1913. Not available Currently available for download

*12.
Mississippi, Its Geology, Geography, Soils and Mineral Resources: E. N. Lowe, 335 p., 1915. Not available

*13.
Preliminary Report on the Marls and Limestone of Mississippi: William N. Logan, 82 p., 1916. Not available
Currently available for download

*14.
Mississippi, Its Geology, Geography, Soil and Mineral Resources: A revision with additions of Bulletin No. 12: E. N. Lowe, 346 p., 1919. Not available

*15.
Oil and Gas Prospecting in Mississippi: E. N. Lowe, 80 p., 1919. Not available Currently available for download

*16.
Road-Making Materials of Mississippi: E. N. Lowe, 139 p., 1920. Not available Currently available for download

*17.
Plants of Mississippi, A List of Flowering Plants and Ferns: E. N. Lowe, 293 p., 1921. Not available
Currently available for download

*18.
A Questionnaire on the Mineral Resources of Mississippi and the Work of the State Geological Survey: E. N. Lowe, 32 p., 1923. Not available Currently available for download

*19.
The Bauxite Deposits of Mississippi: Paul F. Morse, 208 p., 1923. Not available Currently available for download

*20.
Geology and Mineral Resources of Mississippi: E. N. Lowe, 140 p., 1925. Not available
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*21.
Recent Oil and Gas Prospecting in Mississippi, with a Brief Study of Subsurface Geology: Ralph E. Grim, 98 p., 1928. Not available Currently available for download

*22.
Preliminary Report on Bentonite in Mississippi: Ralph E. Grim, 14 mimeographed pages, 1928. Not available
Currently available for download

*22a.
A Supplementary Report on Bentonite in Mississippi: Hugh McD. Morse, 32 mimeographed pages, 1934. Not available
Currently available for download

23.
Paleozoic Rocks: William C. Morse, 212 p., 1930. $5.00


A stratigraphic and paleontological report on all the outcropping Paleozoic rocks of Mississippi, which are confined to Tishomingo County. Currently available for download

*24.
A Series of Papers Presented by the State Geological Survey at a Meeting of the Institute on Mississippi Affairs: E. N. Lowe, 33 mimeographed pages, 1933. Not available


Reports on: Soil erosion, by W. E. Tharp; The development of mineral resources, by G. I. Adams; Mineral Resources of Mississippi, by E. N. Lowe; Hydro-electric power and the development of industries, by B. E. Eaton; The climate of Mississippi, by W. L. Kennon. Currently available for download

25.
Coastal Plain Stratigraphy of Mississippi: Lloyd W. Stephenson, C. Wythe Cooke, and E. N. Lowe. $2.00


Part One, Midway and Wilcox Groups: E. N. Lowe, 125 p., 1933. A report on the Midway: Clayton, Porters Creek; on the Wilcox: Ackerman, Holly Springs, Bashi, Hatchetigbee, Grenada. E. N. Lowe did not live to publish Part Two and following parts. Currently available for download

*26.
The Highland Church Sandstone as a Building Stone: William C. Morse, 30 p., 1935. Not available
Currently available for download

*27.
Geologic Conditions Governing Sites of Bridges and Other Structures: William C. Morse, 20 p., 1935. Not available Currently available for download

28.
The Geologic History of the Vicksburg National Military Park Area: William C. Morse, 20 p., 1935. $2.00


An educational bulletin exemplifying how the rugged loess topography determined the disposition of the troops, the commands of the opposing generals notwithstanding. Currently available for download

*29.
A Preliminary Investigation of the Bleaching Clays of Mississippi: Harry X. Bay, 62 p., 1935. Not available Currently available for download

*30.
The Eocene Sediments of Mississippi: Ralph E. Grim, 240 p., 1936. Not available
Currently available for download

*31.
The Tupelo Tornado: William C. Morse, 32 p., 1936. Not available Currently available for download

32.
Tishomingo State Park: Geologic history, by William C. Morse; Botany, by Calvin S. Brown, 77 p., 1936. $2.00


A geologic history of the area; a list and description of the plants of the area. A second, enlarged, edition of the Botany section, 68 p., was published separately in 1945; $2.00. Currently available for download

33.
The Geologic History of Tombigbee State Park: William C. Morse, 22 p., 1936. $2.00


A geologic history of the park in Lee County near Tupelo. Currently available for download

34.
The Little Bear Residuum: Frederic F. Mellen, 36 p., 1937. $2.00


A report emphasizing the importance of recognizing the full import of a residual blanket.
Currently available for download

35.
The Geologic History of Legion State Park: William C. Morse, 17 p., 1937. $2.00


An educational park bulletin giving the ancient and recent geologic history of an area modified by landslides.
Currently available for download

36.
The Jackson Gas Field and the State Deep Test Well: Watson H. Monroe and Henry N. Toler, 52 p., 1937. $2.00


The history of the Jackson gas field is especially interesting because Eugene W. Hilgard recognized and described the dome in 1860 at the same time Colonel Drake was drilling the first oil well in the world on Oil Creek in Pennsylvania. The report also describes in detail the beds penetrated in the deep test well.
Currently available for download

37.
The Geologic History of Magnolia State Park: William C. Morse, 19 p., 1938. $2.00


An educational bulletin on the last remaining Gulf Coast natural bayou; the importance of keeping it and its plant and animal life in the natural state; and the excellence of the bayou as a site for a marine laboratory. Currently available for download

38.
Winston County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Frederic F. Mellen; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 169 p., 1939. $2.00


A field report on the stratigraphy and mineral resources of the county and the fitness of these minerals, especially clays, for certain uses. Currently available for download

39.
Yazoo County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Frederic F. Mellen; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 132 p., 1940. $2.00


A report on the purely scientific stratigraphic study of the county that led to the discovery of the Tinsley Dome, eventually to the drilling of the first commercial oil well in the state, and a report on the tests of the clays.
Currently available for download

40.
The Upper Cretaceous Deposits: Lloyd W. Stephenson and Watson H. Monroe, 296 p., 1940. Reprinted 1959. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphy and paleontology of the outcropping Upper Cretaceous beds in Mississippi.
Currently available for download

*41.
Lauderdale County Mineral Resources: Geology, by V. M. Foster; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 245 p., 1940. Not available Currently available for download


42.
Tippah County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Louis C. Conant; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 228 p., 1941. $2.00


A stratigraphic and economic geology report of the county; results of the tests of the minerals - especially on the Porters Creek clay, which was tested for use as lightweight aggregate for concrete.
Currently available for download

*43.
Warren County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Frederic F. Mellen; Tests-Clays, by Thomas E. McCutcheon; Tests-Marls and Limestones, by Malcolm R. Livingston, 140 p., 1941. Not available
Currently available for download

44.
Forrest County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Vellora M. Foster; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 87 p., 1941. $2.00


A stratigraphic and economic study of Forrest County. This report was almost completed at the time of the author's untimely death. Currently available for download

45.
Union County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Louis Cowles Conant; Tests, by Thomas Edwin McCutcheon, 158 p., 1942. $2.00


A report on the topographic, stratigraphic, and economic geology of the county and on the results of the tests of the minerals. Currently available for download

46.
Mississippi Agricultural Limestone: Frederic Francis Mellen, 20 p., 1942. $2.00


A report on the limestones of the state suitable for agricultural fertilizer; largely a report of the author's earlier studies. Currently available for download

47.
Adams County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Franklin E. Vestal; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 200 p., 1942. $2.00


A physiographic, stratigraphic, structural, and economic report on the county, in which the Cranfield area was described and recommended a year before the first successful oil well was drilled; a report on the tests of the economic minerals. Currently available for download

48.
The Claiborne: Emil P. Thomas, 96 p., 1942. $2.00


A purely stratigraphic report on the Claiborne Group from the Alabama line to the Mississippi River Bluffs.
Currently available for download

49.
Scott County: Geology, by Harlan R. Bergquist; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon; Fossils, by Harlan R. Bergquist, 282 p., 1942. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphic and economic geology of the county and on the laboratory tests of the minerals; also a report on the microfossils (Foraminifera and Ostracoda) of the Jackson formation - drawings by Mary L. Pegues.
Currently available for download

49-F.
Scott County, Fossils: Jackson Foraminifera and Ostracoda: Harlan R. Bergquist, 146 p., 1942. $2.00
Currently available for download

50.
Tallahatchie County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Richard R. Priddy; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 157 p., 1942. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphic and structural geology of the county and on the tests of the excellent bond, brick, and tile clays. Currently available for download

51.
Montgomery County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Richard R. Priddy; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 115 p., 1943. $2.00


A stratigraphic, structural, and economic report on the county, including the disturbed Kilmichael area, and the results of the tests of the minerals. Currently available for download

52.
Choctaw County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Franklin E. Vestal; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 156 p., 1943. $2.00


A report on the physiographic, stratigraphic, structural, and economic geology of the county and on the laboratory tests of the clays. Currently available for download

*53.
Clay County: Geology, by Harlan R. Bergquist; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon; Fossils, by Virginia H. Kline, 189 p., 1943. Not available Currently available for download


53-F.
Clay County, Fossils: Midway Foraminifera and Ostracoda, by Virginia H. Kline, 98 p., 1943. $2.00


A separate report covering only the micropaleontological study of Clay County; includes descriptions and illustrations of 110 species and varieties of Foraminifera and 12 species and varieties of Ostracoda.
Currently available for download

54.
Pontotoc County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Richard R. Priddy; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 139 p., 1943. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphic, structural, and economic geology of the county and on the tests of the clays and bauxite of the region. Currently available for download

55.
Geology and Ground-Water Supply at Camp McCain: Glen F. Brown and Robert W. Adams, 116 p., 1943. $2.00


A report exclusively on the ground water and aquifers at the camp in Grenada and parts of Montgomery, Calhoun, and Webster counties. Currently available for download

56.
Geology and Ground-Water Supply at Camp Van Dorn: Glen F. Brown and William F. Guyton, 68 p., 1943. $2.00


A report exclusively on the ground water and aquifers at the camp in Wilkinson, Amite, and Franklin counties.
Currently available for download

*57.
Monroe County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Franklin E. Vestal; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 218 p., 1943. Not available Currently available for download


58.
Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Camp Shelby Area: Glen F. Brown, 72 p., 1944. $2.00


A report exclusively on the ground water and aquifers in parts of Jones, Wayne, Forrest, Perry, Greene, and George counties. Currently available for download

59.
Mississippi Minerals: William C. Morse, 13 p., 1944. $2.00


A list of the economic minerals arranged according to the bulletins in which they had been studied and tested; also a list of the economic products. Currently available for download

*60.
Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Coastal Area in Mississippi: Glen F. Brown and others, 232 p., 1944. Not available Currently available for download


61.
Light-weight Aggregate: Geology, by William C. Morse; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon and Bernard F. Mandlebaum, 56 p., 1945. $2.00


A report on the geology of the Porters Creek clay and the Basic City claystone or siltstone and on the laboratory physical tests of the aggregate and concretes. Currently available for download

62.
Rock Wool: Geology, by William C. Morse; Tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon, 19 p., 1945. $2.00


A report on the possible source rocks, primarily the Selma chalk, and on the conclusions of the laboratory tests.
Currently available for download

*63.
Lee County Mineral Resources: Franklin E. Vestal, 140 p., 1946. Not available
Currently available for download


64.
Itawamba County Mineral Resources: Geology, by Franklin E. Vestal; Tests, by Harry J. Knollman, 151 p., 1947. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphic, paleontological, structural, and economic geology, especially of the bentonitic and ceramic clays of the county. Currently available for download

65.
Geology and Artesian Water of the Alluvial Plain in Northwestern Mississippi: Glen F. Brown, 424 p., 1947. $3.00


An exhaustive report on the geomorphology, stratigraphy, and hydrology of the area.
Currently available for download

66.
North Mississippi Floods of February 1948: Irving E. Anderson and staff, 55 p., 1948. $2.00


A report on the February 1948 floods of the Tombigbee, Pearl, Big Black, and Yazoo River basins.

67.
Carroll County Geology: Franklin E. Vestal, 114 p., 1950. $2.00


A report on climate, physiography, stratigraphy, structure, geologic history, and economic geology.
Currently available for download

68.
Surface Waters of Mississippi: Irving E. Anderson, 338 p., 1950. $2.00


A summary of stream measurements and surface-water investigations. Currently available for download

69.
Status of Fearn Springs Formation: Frederic F. Mellen, 20 p., 1950. $2.00


A review of the use and misuse of the geologic name "Fearn Springs"; a recognition of the formation in well logs and drill cuttings; and the possibility of its being an oil reservoir.
Currently available for download

70.
Rate of Depletion of Water-Bearing Sands: Frederic H. Kellogg, 15 p., 1950. $2.00


A correction of the formulae for the computation of the rate of ground-water depletion.
Currently available for download

*71.
Lafayette County Geology: James S. Attaya, 49 p., 1951. Not available Currently available for download

72.
Ground Water Investigations along Bogue Phalia between Symonds and Malvina, Bolivar County: Tracy W. Lusk, 19 p., 1951. $2.00


Irrigation of rice fields led directly to the ground-water study of the area. Currently available for download

73.
Webster County Iron Ores: Fanklin E. Vestal, 48 p., 1951. $2.00


A report of a reconnaissance survey of Webster County and adjoining parts of Choctaw and Montgomery counties, emphasizing the iron ore deposits. Currently available for download

74.
Lafayette County Iron Ores: James S. Attaya, 26 p., 1952. $2.00


An inventory of the ore deposits of Lafayette County Currently available for download

75.
Webster County Geology: Franklin E. Vestal, 141 p., 1952. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphy and economic geology of the county. Currently available for download

76.
Yalobusha County Geology: James Turner, 48 p., 1952. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphy and economic geology of the county. Currently available for download

77.
Water Levels and Artesian Pressures in Observation Wells in Mississippi, 1938-1952: Tracy W. Lusk, 65 p., 1953. $2.00


The paper covers the cooperative ground-water investigations by the State and Federal Surveys during 1938-1947, brief annual reports of which were published as a page or so of a regional report by the Federal Survey, and the investigations by the State Geological Survey during 1948-1952, heretofore unpublished.
Currently available for download

78.
Marshall County Geology: Franklin E. Vestal, 193 p., 1954. $2.00


This report presents conclusive evidence in solving the "Sand Problem" in Marshall County after decades of study by various geologists. Currently available for download

79.
Lower Cretaceous Stratigraphy of Mississippi: Jeff D. Nunnally and Henry F. Fowler, 45 p., 1954. $2.00


A stratigraphic study of the Lower Cretaceous beds that exist only in the subsurface of Mississippi. The bulletin includes 30 plates of structure maps, isopach maps, and structure sections.
Currently available for download

80.
Benton County Geology: Tracy W. Lusk, 104 p., 1956. $2.00


A report on the surface stratigraphy and economic geology of the county. Minerals discussed are oil and gas, water, iron ore, bauxite, clays (kaolin), and sand. Currently available for download

81.
Panola County Geology: Franklin E. Vestal, 157 p., 1956. $2.00


A report on the surface stratigraphy, structure, historical geology, and economic geology of the county. Subjects under economic geology include soils, water, ceramic clay, sand and gravel, lignite, and oil and gas.
Currently available for download

82.
Sediments of Mississippi Sound and Inshore Waters: Richard R. Priddy and others, 54 p., 1955. $2.00


A report that embraces the geological and chemical study of the uppermost sediments of the Sound floor.
Currently available for download


83.
Fresh Water Strata of Mississippi as Revealed by Electrical Log Studies: Richard R. Priddy, 71 p., 1955. $2.00 Currently available for download


84.
Kemper County Geology: Richard J. Hughes, Jr., 274 p., 1958. $2.00


A report primarily on the surface stratigraphy, but with chapters on subsurface stratigraphy, structure, geologic history and depositional conditions, and mineral resources. Currently available for download

85.
Cretaceous Shelf Sediments of Mississippi: Frederic F. Mellen, 112 p., 1958. $2.00


A study that deals with the relation of Cretaceous structure to Paleozoic structure, facies changes in the Cretaceous section, useful mapping horizons in the Cretaceous, reconstruction of the pre-Cretaceous or early Cretaceous geomorphology, and determination of the favorability for oil and natural gas in the Cretaceous shelf sediments. The Bulletin also contains a "Discussion on the Foraminifera", by William S. Parks, and a "Discussion on the Ostracoda", by Robert H. Shaver. Currently available for download

*86.
Mississippi Mineral Resources: Frederic F. Mellen, 100 p., 1959. Revised, Bull. 112. Not Available
Currently available for download



87.
Prentiss County Geology: William S. Parks; Ground-Water Resources: B. E. Ellison and E. H. Boswell, 154 p., 1960. $2.00


A study of the surface stratigraphy, structure, historical geology, and mineral resources. Minerals discussed include bentonite, clay, chalk, gravel, oil and gas. A part, prepared by the U. S. Geological Survey, deals with geologic formations and their water-bearing characteristics, and quality of water.
Currently available for download

88.
Madison County Geology: Richard R. Priddy, 123 p., 1960. $2.00


A report on the physiography, structure, stratigraphy, and economic geology. Subjects under economic geology include oil and gas, ground water, clays, limestone and marls, bentonite, and glauconite.
Currently available for download

89.
Geologic Study Along Highway 16 from Alabama Line to Canton, Mississippi: Bahngrell W. Brown, 52 p., 1960. $2.00


A study of the geomorphology, stratigraphy, and structure along Mississippi Highway 16, including geological highway profiles. Currently available for download

90.
Public and Industrial Water Supplies in a Part of Northern Mississippi: Joe W. Lang and Ernest H. Boswell, 104 p., 1960. $2.00


The report deals with the ground-water and surface-water availability and quality in the area east of and including the counties of Marshall, Tate, Panola, Yalobusha, Webster, Choctaw, Winston, Leake, and the east half of Tallahatchie. Currently available for download

91.
Geologic Study Along Highway 80 from Alabama Line to Jackson, Mississippi: Richard R. Priddy, 62 p., 1961. $2.00


A study of the exposed geologic units of the Wilcox, Claiborne and Jackson groups. Highway profiles are used as a base for illustrating the lithologic details. Currently available for download

92.
Calhoun County Geology and Ground-Water Resources: William S. Parks, 113 p., 1961. $2.00


A report on the stratigraphy, structure, economic geology, and ground-water resources. Minerals of possible economic importance are sand and sandstone, clay, lignite, iron ore, bauxite, and oil and gas. The part on ground-water resources includes discussions on the availability, water-bearing units, public water supplies, quality of water, and water levels. Currently available for download

93.
Heavy Minerals of Sand from Recent Beaches of the Gulf Coast of Mississippi and Associated Islands: Richard D. Foxworth, Richard R. Priddy, Wendell B. Johnson, and Willard S. Moore, 92 p., 1962. $2.00


The report describes 26 species of heavy minerals and presents analytical data comparing these "heavies" to those of other areas. Origin and concentration of the "heavies" are also discussed. Currently available for download

94.
Geologic Study Along Highway 45 from Tennessee Line to Meridian, Mississippi: Donald M. Keady, 64 p., 2 figs., 4 pl., 1962. $2.00


A study of the formations over which Highway 45 is constructed, prepared primarily for engineering geology purposes, in cooperation with the State Highway Department. Currently available for download

95.
Jasper County Mineral Resources: David A. DeVries et al., 101 p., 21 figs., 8 pl., 2 tables, 1963. $2.00


A study of the outcropping formations, their characteristics and economic importance. It contains a section on oil and gas production, by Hugh McD. Morse; a section on subsurface stratigraphy, by William H. Moore; and a section on ground-water geology and subsurface structure, by Marshall K. Kern.
Currently available for download

96.
The Tula Prospect, Lafayette County, Mississippi: Frederic F. Mellen and William H. Moore, 29 p., 7 figs., 2 pl., 1962. $3.00.
A study of available geological and geophysical data on an area in Lafayette County thought to be favorable for the accumulation of commercial oil or gas deposits, and a review of the possibilities for Cambrian and pre-Cambrian oil and gas in northern Mississippi. Currently available for download


97.
Mississippi Geologic Research Papers - 1962: Contains: Economic Potential of Alumina-rich Clays and Bauxite in Mississippi, by Marshall K. Kern; Stratigraphic Implications from Studies of the Mesozoic of Central and Southern Mississippi, by William H. Moore; Land Snails from the Loess of Mississippi, by Leslie Hubricht; Pleistocene Land Snails of Southern Mississippi and Adjacent Louisiana, by Leslie Hubricht; Problem of Desiccation Sinking at Clarksdale, by Tracy W. Lusk; and Geological History and Oil and Gas Possibilities of Mississippi, by E. H. Rainwater, 106 p., 50 figs., 1963. $2.00 Currently available for download

98.
Geologic Study Along Highway 25 from Starkville to Carthage: Tracy W. Lusk, 48 p., 15 figs., 3 pl., 1963. $2.00


This is the fourth in a series of geologic studies made by the Survey along State Highways. Beds from Upper Cretaceous to Middle Eocene are profiled and described. Currently available for download

99.
Attala County Mineral Resources: William S. Parks et al., 192 p., 32 figs., 6 pl., 12 tables, 1963. $2.00


The report contains additional sections: Attala County ceramic tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon; Attala County subsurface geology, by William H. Moore; and Water resources of Attala County, Mississippi, by B. E. Wasson.
Currently available for download

100.
The Mississippi Geological Survey, a Centennial: Contains: Report of a Geological Reconnaissance of Parts of the Counties of Yazoo, Issaquena, Washington, Holmes, Bolivar, Tallahatchie, Coahoma, Mississippi, during the Months of October and November 1870, by Eugene A. Smith; History of the Mississippi Geological Survey, by Ephraim N. Lowe; Memorial to Ephraim N. Lowe (1864-1933), by William C. Morse; Address at Recognition Dinner honoring Dr. W. C. Morse and Prof. F. E. Vestal, Upon Their Retirements, by Frederic F. Mellen; Memorial to William Clifford Morse (1874-1962), by Franklin E. Vestal; Employment in the Mining Industry in Mississippi, by William T. Hankins; The Present Course of the Mississippi Geological Survey, by Frederic F. Mellen and William S. Parks; The Survey's Enabling Act; List of State Geologists; Index to Bulletins 1-99, by William S. Parks, 183 p., 32 figs., frontispiece, 1963. $2.00
Currently available for download

101.
An Investigation of Mississippi Iron Ores: Marshall K. Kern, 77 p., 11 figs., 6 tables, frontispiece, 1963. $2.00


Numerous test holes were drilled and many chemical analyses were made. A summary is given of ore produced and sold in the past and of the smelting operation in 1913 at Winborn. Currently available for download

102.
Mississippi Geologic Research Papers - 1963: Contains: Regional Stratigraphy of the Midway and Wilcox in Mississippi, by Edward H. Rainwater; Late Pleistocene and Recent History of Mississippi Sound Between Beauvoir and Ship Island, by Edward H. Rainwater; and Geology of the Northeast Quarter of the West Point, Mississippi Quadrangle, and Related Bentonites, by Thomas F. Torries, 98 p., 22 figs., 22 graphic logs, 3 tables, 1 plate, 1964. $2.00 Currently available for download


103.
Survey of Lightweight Aggregate Materials of Mississippi: Geology, by William S. Parks; Economics, by Clyde A. McLeod; and Tests, by Allan G. Wehr, 115 p., 18 figs., 10 tables, 1964. $2.00 Currently available for download


104.
Mississippi Geologic Research Papers - 1964: Contains: Type Localities Sampling Program, by William H. Moore, William S. Parks, and Marshall K. Kern; Hilgard as a Geologist, by Henry V. Howe; Plant Microfossils from the Eocene Cockfield Formation, Hinds County, Mississippi, by Donald W. Engelhardt; Current Projects of the Mississippi Geological Survey, by Frederic F. Mellen; Well Logging by Mississippi Geological Survey, by Alvin R. Bicker, Jr., and Frederic F. Mellen, 127 p., 19 figs., 1 table, 6 plates, 1964. $2.00 Currently available for download


105.
Hinds County Geology and Mineral Resources: William H. Moore et al., 244 p., 50 figs., 15 pl., 16 tables, frontispiece, 1965. $3.00


The report contains additional sections: Foreword, by Frederic F. Mellen; Hinds County structural geology, by Alvin R. Bicker, Jr.; Hinds County water resources, by Alvin R. Bicker, Jr., William S. Parks, and William H. Moore; Hinds County clay tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon; Hinds County mineral industries, by William S. Parks. Currently available for download

106.
Sediments and Microfauna off the Coasts of Mississippi and Adjacent States: Charles F. Upshaw, Wilgus B. Creath, and Frank L. Brooks, 127 p., over 100 figs., pl., and graphs, 1966. $2.00


This bulletin is the work of members of the Research Department of Pan American Petroleum Corporation and also presents results of a study of the same area made as a partial fulfillment of requirements for the Master of Science Degree at Mississippi State University. Currently available for download

107.
Claiborne County Geology and Mineral Resources: Alvin R. Bicker, Jr., et al., 174 p., 25 figs., 8 pl., 9 tables, surface geologic map in color, 1966. $2.00


This report contains additional sections: Subsurface stratigraphy of Claiborne County, by Theo H. Dinkins, Jr.; Claiborne County structural geology, by Charles H. Williams, Jr.; Claiborne County clay tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon. Currently available for download

108.
George County Geology and Mineral Resources: Charles H. Williams, Jr., et al., 227 p., 44 figs., 15 tables, 6 pl., surface geologic map in color, 1967. $3.00


This report contains additional sections: George County clay tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon; Subsurface stratigraphy of George County, by Theo H. Dinkins, Jr. Currently available for download

*109.
Jurassic Stratigraphy of Mississippi: Contains: Jurassic stratigraphy of central and southern Mississippi, by Theo H. Dinkins, Jr.; A study of the Jurassic sediments in portions of Mississippi and Alabama, by Marvin L. Oxley, Edward Minihan, and Julius M. Ridgway, 77 p., 17 figs., 5 pl., 1968. Not available Currently available for download

110.
Copiah County Geology and Mineral Resources: Alvin R. Bicker, Jr., et al., 172 p., 33 figs., 2 pl., 17 tables, surface geologic map in color, 1969. $2.00


Additional sections in this report: Water resources of Copiah County, by Thad N. Shows;
Subsurface stratigraphy of Copiah County, by Theo H. Dinkins, Jr.; Copiah County clay
tests, by Thomas E. McCutcheon. Currently available for download

111.
Loess Investigations in Mississippi: Contains: Geology of Mississippi loess, by J. O. Snowden, Jr., and Richard R. Priddy; Forests of west central Mississippi as affected by loess, by C. D. Caplenor et al., 267 p., 51 figs., 1 pl., 31 tables, 1968. $3.00 Currently available for download

*112.
Economic Minerals of Mississippi: Alvin R. Bicker, Jr., 80 p., 34 figs., 2 pl., 2 colored inserts, 1970. Not available
Currently available for download


*113.
Water Resources of Mississippi: Thad N. Shows, 161 p., 11 figs., 38 tables, 8 in color, 1970. Not available Currently available for download


114.
The Jackson Eocene Ostracoda of Mississippi: William J. Huff, 289 p., 20 figs., 2 tables, 27 pl., 1970. $3.00


This bulletin is the result of years of study on this important fossil group. New species
are named and data on frequency and distribution of Ostracoda are presented. Currently available for download

*115.
Rankin County Geology and Mineral Resources: Wilbur T. Baughman et al., 226 p., 40 figs., 5 pl., 35 tables, surface geologic map in color, 1971. Not Available Currently available for download


116.
Smith County Geology and Mineral Resources: Edwin E. Luper et al., 189 p., 52 figs., 4 pl., 12 tables, surface geologic map in color, 1972. $3.00


This report contains additional sections: Smith County clay tests, by Rung Angurarohita;
Water resources of Smith County, by Wilbur T. Baughman. Currently available for download

117.
Wayne County Geology and Mineral Resources: James H. May et al., 293 p., 85 figs., 19 tables, 4 pl., geologic map and cross section in color, 1974. $3.00


This report contains additional sections: Water resources of Wayne County, by
Wilbur T. Baughman and John E. McCarty; Wayne County clay tests, by William B.
Hall and Rollin C.Glenn. Includes test results from Bureau of Mines and chemical
analyses supervised by James P. Minyard. Currently available for download

*118.
Mississippi Geologic Names: Sarah C. Childress, 172 p., 1973. Not available Currently available for download


119.
Tinsley Field 1939-1974, A Commemorative Bulletin: William H. Moore, 56 p., 5 illus., 3 pl., 1974. $2.00


This bulletin traces Tinsley from the discovery of the Tinsley structure during a routine
geological survey by Frederic F. Mellen, a Mississippi Geological Survey employee,
through the drilling of the discovery well, and the later history of the Field. Tinsley
Field became the largest oil field east of the Mississippi River. Currently available for download

*120.
Mollusca of the Moodys Branch Formation, Mississippi: David T. Dockery, III, 212 p., 10 figs., 28 plates containing 490 illustrations, 1977. Not available Currently available for download

*121.
Clarke County Geology and Mineral Resources: William A. Gilliland and Danny W. Harrelson, 201 p., 56 figs., 19 tables, 2 plates, surface geologic map in color, 1980. Not available Currently available for download

*122.
The Invertebrate Macropaleontology of the Clarke County, Mississippi, Area: David T. Dockery, III, 387 p., 36 figs., 82 plates, 1980. Not available


A study of the macrofauna and stratigraphy of Eocene and Oligocene units in Clarke
County and parts of neighboring Lauderdale, Newton, Jasper, and Wayne counties,
Mississippi. The plates contain illustrations of 347 species, subspecies, and variations.
Currently available for download

123.
Lower Oligocene Bivalvia of the Vicksburg Group in Mississippi: David T. Dockery, III, 261 p., 49 figs., 62 plates plus 3 plates by Conrad (1848) and 12 plates by Lesueur (1829), 1982. $9.00


A study of the bivalves and stratigraphy of the lower Oligocene Vicksburg Group in
Mississippi. The report discusses 144 species systematically and names 45 new species.
Currently available for download

124.
Lower Oligocene Gastropoda, Scaphopoda, and Cephalopoda of the Vicksburg Group in Mississippi: F. Stearns MacNeil and David T. Dockery, III, 415 p., 16 figs., 72 plates, 1984. $10.00


This bulletin reports on 411 species, subspecies, and varieties; 89 species and
subspecies, 6 genera, and 5 subgenera are described as new. Also included are a
stratigraphic discussion of the Vicksburg Group and a site proposal for the
Eocene - Oligocene boundary stratotype. Currently available for download

125.
Paleogene Calcareous Nannoplankton Biostratigraphy: Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee: William G. Siesser, 61 p., 37 figs., 15 tables, 1983. $4.00


The report identifies and illustrates calcareous nannoplankton from Paleogene formations
in Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. The formations are then assigned to an
internationally recognized zonation that divides the Paleogene into 25 biostratigraphic
units. Currently available for download

126.
Newton County Geology and Mineral Resources: Robert K. Merrill et al., 108 p., 66 figs., 14 tables, surface geologic map and 2 cross sections in color, 1985. $6.00


This report contains additional sections: The Bureau of Mines test program for clay and
ceramic raw materials, by K. J. Liles and H. Heystek; Mineralogy of selected Newton
County formations, by Delbert E. Gann; Water resources of Newton County, by James
J. Sims, Jr. Currently available for download

127.
Tishomingo County Geology and Mineral Resources: Robert K. Merrill et al., 178 p., 133 figs., 20 tables, surface geologic map and cross sections in color, 1988. $12.00


This report contains additional sections: Mineralogy and petrography of selected
Tishomingo County formations, by Delbert E. Gann; Water resources of Tishomingo
County, by Stephen P. Jennings. Currently available for download

128.
A List, Bibliography and Index of the Fossil Vertebrates of Mississippi: Eleanor Daly, 47 p., 1992. $5.00


Contains a brief history, list of fossil vertebrates, annotated bibliography, systematic
index, and geographic/stratigraphic index. Currently available for download

129.
The Streptoneuran Gastropods, Exclusive of the Stenoglossa, of the Coffee Sand (Campanian) of Northeastern Mississippi: David T. Dockery, 191 p. including 42 plates, 1993. $15.00


Reports on 100 species of gastropods from the Upper Cretaceous deposits of Lee County, with discussions of stratigraphy of the Coffee Sand and gastropod classification. Currently available for download

130.
Belle Fontaine, Jackson County, Mississippi: Human History, Geology, and Shoreline Erosion: edited by Stephen M. Oivanki, 136 p., 1994. $10.00


Includes papers on human history by Klaus J. Meyer-Arendt, geology by Ervin G. Otvos and Stephen M. Oivanki, shoreline evolution model by Joseph N. Suhayda, and the government role by Cathy Z. Hollomon.
Currently available for download

131.
Atlas of Shallow Mississippi Salt Domes: Stanley C. Thieling and Jack S. Moody, 328 p., 1997. $25.00


A compilation of essential information on 53 shallow piercement salt domes in the Mississippi Interior Salt Basin.
Currently available for download

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