|Statement||by Clarence G. Carlson ; prepared by the North Dakota Geological Survey, in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey ... [et al.].|
|Series||County groundwater studies ;, 29, pt. 1, Bulletin / North Dakota Geological Survey ;, 76, pt. 1, County ground water studies ;, 29, pt. 1., Bulletin (North Dakota Geological Survey) ;, 76, pt. 1.|
|Contributions||North Dakota Geological Survey., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB705.N9 A25 no. 76, pt. 1, QE150.B54 A25 no. 76, pt. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||84620774|
Geology of Billings, Golden Valley, and Slope counties, North Dakota [C. G. North Dakota Geological Survey. ; Geological Survey (U.S.) Carlson] on *FREE Author: C. G. North Dakota Geological Survey. ; Geological Survey (U.S.) Carlson. BILLINGS, GOLDEN VALLEY, AND SLOPE COUNTIES, NORTH DAKOTA By Lawrence O. Anna ABSTRACT Billings, Golden Valley, and Slope Counties, in west-central North Dakota, are underlain by at le feet (4, meters) of sedimentary rocks. Rocks within the upper 2, feet ( meters) contain act _ifers that bear relatively fresh water. North Dakota Counties and County Seats: Adams County - Hettinger Barnes County - Valley City Benson County - Minnewaukan Billings County - Medora Bottineau County - Bottineau Divide County - Crosby Dunn County - Manning Eddy County - New Rockford Emmons County - Linton Foster County - Carrington Golden Valley County - Beach Grand Forks. The ground-water investigation in Billings, Golden Valley, and Slope Counties (fig. 1) was made cooperatively by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), North Dakota State Water Commission (NDSWC), North Dakota Geological Survey (NDGS), U.S. Forest Service (USFS), U.S. National Park Service (USNPS), and the Billings, Golden Valley, and.
The geology of North Dakota includes thick sequences oil and coal bearing sedimentary rocks formed in shallow seas in the Paleozoic and Mesozoic, as well as terrestrial deposits from the Cenozoic on top of ancient Precambrian crystalline basement rocks. The state has extensive oil and gas, sand and gravel, coal, groundwater and other natural resources. The county's area was later reduced by erecting new counties: Golden Valley County in and Slope County in Etymology - Origin of Billings County Name. Named for Frederick H. Billings (), an attorney, financier and railroad operator from Vermont, president of the Northern Pacific Railroad, Pembina County Plat Book, Alden Publishing Co. Roll # Traill County Plat Book and Rural Directory, Pioneer Atlas Co. Traill County Plat Book and Rural Directory, Pioneer Atlas Co. Roll # McHenry Standard Atlas and Plat Book, Geo. A. Ogle & Co. Roll # Bowman County Atlas Burleigh County Atlas and. GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE EKALAKA 30’ x 60’ QUADRANGLE, Carlson, C.G., , Geology of Billings, Golden Valley, and Slope Counties, North Dakota: North Dakota Geological Survey Bulletin Clark, I.H.D., , An analysis of deformed strata in the Paleocene Fort Union.
John’s book on North Dakota surface geology, “North Dakota’s Geologic Legacy: Our Land and How it Formed,” was published in by the North Dakota State University Press. “Geologic Legacy” is far more comprehensive than any of John’s previous publications. It includes many new insights into our state’s geology. Geology of the Elkhorn Ranch Area, Billings and Golden Valley Counties, North Dakota, by Bernold M. Hanson, , 1 pl. (,) with text. RI Investigation of Lightweight Aggregate Possibilities of some North Dakota Clays and Shales, by Oscar E. Manz, , 51 p. Get this from a library! Guide to the geology of southwestern North Dakota: including Adams, Billings, Bowman, Dunn, Golden Valley, Grant, Hettinger, McKenzie. Golden Valley County was the birthplace of the North Dakota Non-partisan League, a dominant factor in State politics, for its founder, A. C. Townley, was a resident of the county. In he taught school at Chama, later took up farming until when he began active participation in politics.