Clay deposits of the Cisco group of north-central Texas

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Statementby F.B. Plummer, H.B. Bradley, and F.K. Pence ; Bureau of Economic Geology, Research Laboratory in Ceramics.
SeriesThe University of Texas publication ;, no. 4915: August 1, 1949, University of Texas publication ;, no. 4915.
ContributionsBradley, Howard B., Pence, Forrest Kizer, 1883-, University of Texas. Research Laboratory in Ceramics.
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LC ClassificationsTN942 .P55
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Pagination44 p., 8 leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL195989M
LC Control Numbera 49010459
OCLC/WorldCa1445207

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Clay deposits of the Cisco group of north-central Texas — First published in Pages: Clay deposits of the Cisco group of north-central Texas. Austin: The University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: F B Plummer; Howard B Bradley; Forrest Kizer Pence; University of Texas.

Research Laboratory in Ceramics. Clay Deposits of the Cisco Group of North-Central Texas, by F. Plummer, H. Bradley, and F. Pence. 44 p., 34 figs., 8 plates in pocket, To purchase this.

Clay Deposits of the Cisco Group of North-Central Texas. View/ Open. (Mb) (Kb) Date Clay Deposits of the Cisco Group of North-Central Texas. View/ Open. (Mb) (Kb) Date Author. University. Clay Deposits of the Cisco Group of North-Central Texas. Austin: University of Texas, 44 pp., text illustrations, charts, 7 separate folding maps included.

8vo, original blue printed wrappers, stapled. Light discoloration to wrappers, else fine. The University of Texas Publication, No. April 1, INTRODUCTION A STUDY was made of clay-mineralogical variations in Cisco (U.

Penn.) fluvial, deltaic and marine clays and shales of north-central Texas. This work is part of a broad-scale investigation of upper Paleozoie clay and shale mineralogy in this area (Shover, ).

CISCO GROUP The upper portion of the Texas Pennsylvanian included in the Cisco group is characterized by its more clastic sediments, its thin but persistent limestones, and the presence of coal.

It includes all the beds between the Home Creek limestone of the Canyon and the lowermost beds containing Permian fossils. Sellards (Univ. Texas Bull. ) considered top of Home Creek as base of Cisco group, but lowered top of Cisco to top of Plummer and Moore's [] Camp Colorado limestone of Pueblo formation.

Bullard and Cuyler (Univ. Texas Bull. ) retained these boundaries but raised Graham-Thrifty boundary to top of Speck Mountain limestone.

Plummer, F.B., Bradley, H.B., and Pence, F.K.,Clay deposits of the Cisco group of north-central Texas: University of Texas-Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Publication, no. 44 p., Issued February, See also GSA Bull., v.

52, no. 12, pt. 2, p.; and Pan-Amer. Geol., p.(summary). group consists of ridge-forming beds of limestone sej - arated by less-resistant beds of shale and of sandstone that is locally conglomeratic. The Cisco group consists of thin beds of limestone, relatively thick beds of shale, and some lenticular beds of sandstone and other chan­ nel-fill sedimentary deposits.

The Wichita group cor. Clay deposits of the Cisco group of north-central Texas / Includes bibliographical references (p. 25) and index. Contributor: Plummer, F. Date: PENNSYLVANIAN STRATIGRAPHY OF NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS RAYMOND C.

MOORE AND FREDERICK B. PLUMMER' University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, and Roxana Petroleum Corporation, Cisco GROUP PHYSICAL HISTORY OF THE TEXAS PENNSYLVANIAN INTRODUCTION discovery in recent years of great deposits of petroleum within this area has.

Biscalitheca suzanneana, n. sp., is described from specimens found in an uppermost Pennsylvanian deposit in north-central genus was identified primarily on the basis of impressions of the unique sporangial annuli. The occurrence establishes for Biscalitheca a stratigraphic range equivalent to nearly the entire Upper Pennsylvanian Series.

Cisco groups (Middle and Upper Pennsylvanian), although some has been from rocks of the Wolf camp series (lower Permian), Bend group (Lower and Middle Pennsylvanian), and Ellenburger group (Ordovician).

The oil-producing sand­ stone units are apparently correlative to channel-fill deposits which crop out in north-central Texas. Buda Limestone and Del Rio Clay, undivided; Eastern part of Trans-Pecos and High Plains and Western part of Trans-Pecos and North, central, and south Texas including Quaternary for all of west Texas.

High gravel deposits (Pleistocene) at surface, covers % of this area. Generalized bedrock geology of Clay County and adjacent areas, North-Central Texas, with the plant localities of USNM/USGS Kola Switch and Sanzenbacher Ranch and that found by T.F.

Hentz (labeled. Texas North Central Prairies soils formed on a dissected plateau with narrow, steep-sided valleys carved by generally southeastward flowing streams.

Soil parent materials are primarily sedimentary rocks of Pennsylvanian age. Bonti, Bluegrove, Callahan, Stoneburg, and Throck soils, moderately deep to. The Cisco Group in the up-dip Eastern Shelf is volumetrically dominated by fluvial–deltaic systems.

The outcrop belt in the study area is ∼ by ∼40 km, approximately parallel to the depositional eter-scale description of 88 measured sections and petrographic studies of ∼ samples were conducted in this study (detailed petrographic data are in Yang, ).

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A number of minerals containing copper, such as chalcocite, chalcopyrite, malachite, and azurite, occur in small deposits in Texas. They are found chiefly in the Llano uplift area of central Texas, in the Van Horn area of Culberson and Hudspeth counties in west Texas, and in a group of counties in north-central Texas.

The names listed below are alumni who have been searched for on this site from Cisco High Schoolin Cisco, Texas. If you see your name among the Cisco High School graduates, someone is looking for you. Register to let other graduates of Cisco High School find and contact you.

We realize that a Cisco High School year book may be hard to find so. North Central Prairie Soils The North Central Prairie occupies about 7 million acres in North Central Texas.

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Adjacent to this area on the north is the rather small area (less than 1 million acres) called Rolling Red Prairies, which extends into Oklahoma and is included.

Cisco clay mineralogy"Cisco clay" term defined Cisco (U. Penn.) clays and shales, clay mineral-environmental relationships in CLARKE, OTIS M. Jr.: Clay deposit, of the Tascaloosa group in Alabama Clay, activated, methods of preparation of Clay concentration, effect of, on zeta potential Clay deposits.

On the Texas High Plains, a cement plant near Amarillo uses impure caliche as the chief raw material. Iron oxide, also a constituent of cement, is available from the iron ore deposits of East Texas and from smelter slag. Gypsum, added to the cement as a retarder, is found chiefly in North Central Texas, Central Texas, and the Trans-Pecos area.

north-central Texas: Cyclic sedimentation in the Permian Basin Symposium: West Texas Geological Society Publication, p. Brown, L. Jr.,Virgil and Lower Wolfcamp Repetitive Environments and The Depositional. Model North-Central Texas: Cyclic sedimentation in the Permian Basin, ed.

2: West Texas Geological Society, p. Testing periodicity of depositional cyclicity, Cisco Group (Virgilian and Wolfcampian), Texas Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Sedimentary Research 69(6) November with 59 Reads.

North Texas (Eastern Shelf) Pennsylvanian Delta Systems, by L. Brown, Jr. Includes consideration of ancient delta systems in the Cisco Group of North-central Texas Eastern Shelf with emphasis on facies patterns, channel sand dis- tribution, relationship of shelf carbonates and slope and.

Product successfully added to your shopping cart Quantity. Total. Texture: sandy clay loam, clay loam Clay content: 20 to 35 percent Reaction (pH): slightly acid to slightly alkaline ( - ) BCt horizon Hue: YR, 5YR, YR Value: 4 to 7 Chroma: 4 to 8 Texture: sandy clay loam, fine sandy loam Clay content: 10 to 25 percent Redox.

University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular35 p. Brown, L. F., Jr.,A stratigraphic datum, Cisco Group (Upper Pennsylvanian), Brazos and Trinity Valleys, North-Central Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of.

These plants evolved into ferns, leafy plants, and a variety of tree-like shrubs that clothed the swamps and low lands. It was this late Paleozoic (Pennsylvanian Period) vegetation that gave rise to the coal deposits that extend much of the distance from Illinois eastward to Pennsylvania and in North-central Texas.

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