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Niagaran Stratigraphy; Hamilton, Ontario, 1972
J. T. Sanford et al., 89 pp., illus., maps, soft cover $6

•Glacial Features of the Hamilton-Galt Area and Sub-drift Topography of the Erie-Huron Lowland, Andrew J. Mazola

•Niagaran-Alexandrian (Silurian Stratigraphy and Tectonics), John T. Sanford

•Selected Facies of the Alexandrian Rocks Exposed Along the Niagara Escarpment, I. P. Martini

•Correlation of the New York, Ontario and Northern Michigan Silurian, by Means of Fossils, with the European Standards, A. J. Boucot

•Late Lower and Early Upper Silurian Relationships of Western New York and Ontario, W. J. Kilgour

•Geological Stratigraphy From Microsampling, Robert E. Mosher

•Carbonate Section at Highway 403, R. E. Mosher and J. T. Sanford

•Notes Regarding Regional Correlation Chart, K. R. Chaivre and J. T. Sanford

•Alexandrian-Niagaran Regional Correlation Chart, Map — Hamilton Area, K. R. Chaivre and J. T. Sanford


Geology and the Environment: Man, Earth and Nature in Northwestern Lower Michigan, 1973
W. T. Straw and R. L. Chambers, ed., 224 pp., illus., maps, soft cover$10

•Introduction, L. P. Leopold

•Environmental Geology of Houghton Lake Area, Roscommon County, Michigan, K. E. Childs and S. B. Upchurch

•Pleistocene Geology of the Northwestern Quarter Southern Peninsula, Michigan, D. F. Eschman, W. R. Farrand and E. B. Evenson

•Late Glacial History of the Pere Marquette River, Mason and Lake Counties, Michigan, D. F. Eschman, W. R. Farrand and E. B. Evenson

•Stratigraphy of the Northwestern Portion of the Lower Peninsula, Michigan, J. Fisher

•Soils, Geology and Agriculture in Michigan, D. R. Islieb

•Niagaran Pinnacle Reefs in Michigan, W. Mantek

•Surface Waters of Northwestern Lower Michigan, W. D. Marks

•Hydro-Geological Evaluations Essential to Effective Land Disposal of Wastewaters, D. M. Pierce

•Lake Michigan Coastal Processes: Leland to Manistee, Michigan, S. B. Upchurch

•Geology and the Energy-Environment Dilemma, J. C. Woodruff

•Sand, Wind, and Grass — The Healing of a Dune, R. J. Amsterberg, Jr.

•User Study — Characteristics and Attitudes — Michigan's Ausable River, G. H. Byelich

•Michigan State Forests and the Off-Road Vehicle, E. W. Caveny, Jr.

•The Historical Development of Manistee and Its Environmental Impact, K. E. Childs

•The Pi-Wan-Go-Ning Prehistoric District at Norwood, Michigan, C. E. Cleland

•Prehistoric Settlement of Northwest Lower Michigan, C. E. Cleland

•A Commentary on Non-Renewable-Resource Utilization, G. Ells

•The Site Dictates the Plan, W. J. Johnson

•Solid Waste Disposal, F. B. Kellow

•Economic Implications of Land Use Change in Northern Michigan, L. W. Libby

•Perceptions and Values in Recreational Use of the Natural Environment, N. J. Marshall

•Michigan's Planning Systems, L. Nichols, II

•Soils Can Be a Disaster, J. H. Tanton

•Don't Wait for Tomorrow, J. Woerner

•Environmental Geology of the Houghton Lake Area, Roscommon County, Michigan (road log), T. L. Swearingen, K. E. Childs and S. B. Upchurch

•Pere Marquette Auto Tour, G. E. McLaughlin

•Road Log — Higgins Lake to Hartwick Pines

•Geology and the Energy-Environment Dilemma (roadlog), J. C. Woodruff

•Geological Significance of the Petoskey-Charlevoix Area — Its Economic and Environmental Impact, R. T. Segall and H. O. Sorensen

•The Historical Development of Manistee and Its Environmental Impact (road log), K. E. Childs

•Changing Patterns of Shoreland Use (road log), P. C. Ryner

•Lake Michigan Coastal Processes: Leland to Manistee, Michigan (road log), S. B. Upchurch

•Road Log — Traverse City to Ludington, H. B. Stonehouse

Silurian Reef-Evaporite Relationships, 1974
L. Briggs and D. Briggs, et al., 111 pp., illus., soft cover$6

•Niagara-Salina Relationships in the Michigan Basin, Louis I. and Darinka Briggs

•Core Examination in Subsurface Laboratory, John Huh

•Nature and Significance of Silurian Rocks at Maumee Quarry Ohio, Charles F. Kahle

•Structural Evolution of Northern Indiana during Silurian Time, Robert H. Shaver

•The Evidence for Lockport-Salina Facies Changes in the Subsurface of Northwestern Ohio, A. Janssens

Ordovician and Silurian Geology of the N. Peninsula of Michigan, 1980
R. B. Votaw, 40 pp., illus., maps, soft cover

Out of Print
See CD # 7

•Ordovician and Silurian Road Log, Robert B. Votaw

•Middle and Upper Ordovician conodonts from the Upper Peninsula Michigan, Robert B. Votaw

•Ordovician exposures in the central part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Robert B. Votaw

•Paleozoic Stratigraphic Studies on the Michigan Basin's Northern Rim, Bruce A. Liberty

Classic Silurian Reefs of the Chicago Area, 1988

D. G. Mikulic and J. Kluessendorf, 49 pp., illus., maps$10


Upper Keweenawan Rift-Fill Sequence, Mid-Continent Rift System, Michigan, 1988
P. A. Daniels and R. D. Elmore, M. S. Wollensak, ed., 150 pp., illus., maps, soft cover$15

•Overview — Upper Keweenawan Rift-Fill Sequence, Mid-Continent Rift System, Michigan, Paul A. Daniels and R. Douglas Elmore

•Lecture Abstract — Keweenawan-age Caliche and Vadose Carbonate in Rocks of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, J. Kalliokoski

•Lecture Abstract — Middle Proterozoic (Keweenawan) Sedimentary Rocks, Lake Superior Region, Richard W. Ojakangas

•The Control of Extrusion and Sedimentary Patterns within Keweenawan Age Structures of the Lake Superior Basin by Taphrogenesis, Albert B. Dickas

•Provenance and Tectonic Significance of the Keweenawan Interflow Sedimentary Rocks South Side of Lake Superior, George P. Merk

•The Nonesuch Formation: Lacustrine Sedimentation in a Precambrian Mid-Continent Rift Basin, R. Douglas Elmore, Michael H. Engel, and Paul A. Daniels, Jr.

•Jacobsville Sandstone, J. Kalliokoski

Geohydrology of Carboniferous Aquifers of the Michigan Basin, 1994
D. B. Westjohn, 80 pp., illus., soft cover $10

•Road log and description of stops, by D. B. Westjohn

•Geologic setting and hydrogeologic framework of Carboniferous rocks in the Michigan Basin, D. B. Westjohn and T. L. Weaver

•Pore fluid evolution in an intracratonic basin setting, Kurt F. Zacharias, Duncan F. Sibley, and David T. Long

•Michigan Basin solid-phase investigation, by D. B. Westjohn

Sedimentology, Paleogeography and Geochemical Weathering of the Pennsylvanian Strata of Grand Ledge, Michigan, 1994
M. A. Velbel, J. R. Price and D. S. Brandt, 58 pp., illus.$10


Northeast Lower Peninsula Geological Field Conference, 2004
T. J. Black and M. S. Wollensak, 133 pp., illus., maps, digital presentations and posters (available on CD-ROM only)$10

•Road Log and Stop Descriptions by T. J. Black, D. Baxter and M. S. Wollensak

•Methane Gas Venting at Hemlock Lake, by T. J. Black

•The Glaciated Landscape in the Grand Traverse Bay Region of Michigan and the Nature of the Greatlakean Advance of the Laurentide Ice Sheet in Michigan, USA, poster by S. C. Lindstrom

•Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary Sink Hole Investigations, poster by T. J. Black

•Evaluation of Relationships Between Hydrogeologic Environment and Petroleum Hydrocarbon Remediation in Quaternary Glacial Sediments, presentation by Lisa M. Botcher and Arden D. Davis

•Log Curve Amplitude Slicing of the Traverse Group in the Pentwater Field, Oceana County, Michigan, by Albert S. Wylie, Jr.

•Traverse Group Stratigraphy in the Michigan Basin — A Detailed Review, by Albert S. Wylie, Jr.

Special Paper #1: Middle Devonian Stratigraphy and Depositional Environments in the Michigan Basin, 1974
W. C. Gardner, 144 pp., illus., maps$6

Special Paper #2: The Bell River Mills Gas Field; Productive Niagaran Reefs Encased by Sabhka Deposits, 1977
D. Gill, 118 pp., illus.$6


Special Paper #4: Ordovician and Silurian Rocks of the Michigan Basin and its Margins, 1985
K. R. Cercone and J. M. Budai (eds.), 96 pp., illus. Out of Print
See CD # 7

•The Trenton Formation in the Michigan Basin and environs: pertinent questions about its stratigraphy and diagenesis, James Lee Wilson & Arijeet Sengupta

•Facies, diagenesis and the upper contact of the Trenton limestone of northern Indiana, Brian Keith

•A petrographic and well log analysis of five wells in the Trenton-Utica transition in the northern Michigan Basin, Cheryl Rae Hiatt & Stephan Nordeng

•Thermal history of the Michigan Basin: evidence from conodont coloration index, Craig G. Hogarth & Duncan F. Sibley

•Conodont biostratigraphic correlations around the Michigan Basin, Robert B. Votaw

•Comparative stratigraphic framework for Silurian reefs — Michigan Basin to surrounding platforms, John B. Droste & Robert H. Shaver

•Lithofacies and depositional environments of the Burnt Bluff group in the Michigan Basin, William B. Harrison

•Early diagenesis of middle Silurian pinnacle reefs, northern Michigan, Karen Rose Cercone & Kyger C. Lohmann

•Lithofacies and geochemistry of selected interreef wells, middle Silurian, in Kalkaska County, Eric Percher

•Facies and depositional setting of the A-i Carbonate (Silurian) in the Michigan Basin, W. Thomas Straw

•Flow regimes in the Silurian of the Michigan Basin, Peter Sonnenfeld

•Depositional facies, dolomitization and porosity of the Henryhouse Formation (Silurian), Anadarko Basin, Zuhair Al-Shaieb, Geoffrey B. Beardall, Jr. & Gary F. Stewart


Stratigraphic Lexicon for Michigan, 2001
Paul A. Catacosinos, William B. Harrison, III, Robert F. Reynolds, David B. Westjohn and Mark S. Wollensak, CPG, 56 pp., chart
$4

•Introduction, Stratigraphic Problems and Lexicon Stratigraphic Nomenclature for Michigan, 2000 Chart


Oil & Gas Fields Symposium, April 1969, Volume 1, 1969
200 pp., 3-ring binder, maps, illus.

*No longer available in print — See Historical CD 5N/A*

Includes field descriptions from 18 fields in Michigan. Each Field listed below includes: written description of field history and reservoir geology, tabled general field data and reservoir details (updated to 1991 figures). Each field may contain one or more of the following: structural maps, logs, stratigraphic sections and cross-sections. The field descriptions are presented in a 3-ring binder.

•Index Map — Oil & Gas Fields of Michigan (updated in 1991): Mississippian and younger, Devonian, Silurian, Ordovician and older

•Proration of Michigan Gas Production (updated in 1991)

•Oil and Gas Producing Zones in Michigan

•Field Descriptions (alphabetical): Albion-Scipio Trend, Belle River Mills, Columbus, Deep River, East Norwich, Enterprise, Headquarters, Northville, Overisel, Peters, Porter, Ray, Reed City, Salem, Six Lakes, Stony Lake, Wayland and Winterfield. (all with 1991 updates)


Oil & Gas Fields of the Michigan Basin, Volume 2, 1991
502 pp., 3-ring binder, maps, illus.

*No longer available in print — See Historical CD 5N/A*

Includes field descriptions from 51 fields in Michigan and Ontario. Each Field listed below includes: written description of field history and reservoir geology, tabled general field data and reservoir details. Each field may contain one or more of the following: structural maps, logs, cross-sections, seismic sections, color plates, and photographs. The field descriptions are presented in a 3-ring binder. Each chapter (geologic period) includes an introduction.

•Mississippian
Berea: New Lothrup, Williams

•Devonian
Antrim: Charlton 19 Project
Traverse: Chesaning 20, Peacock, Sauble
Dundee: Oil Springs, South Buckeye
Richfield: Winterfield

•Silurian
Northern and Western Niagaran: Bear Lake 22, Blue Lake 18, South Chester 21, Claybanks 2, Manistee 24, South Vienna 30, North Chester 18 Southwestern, Central and Southeastern Niagaran: Capac, Chatham A, Eaton Rapids 7, Fowlerville, Handy 27, Iosco 20, Iosco 24, Kimball-Collinville, Lyon 34, Onondaga 21A, Pennfield 35, Petrolia East, Unadilla 2, White Oak 15

•Ordovician
Trenton/Black River: Deerfield, Hillman, Stony Point Glenwood and Pre-Glenwood: Akron, Burdell, Ensley, Falmouth, Fletcher Pond, Goodwell, Hardwood Point, Leroy, Reed City, South Buckeye, West Branch, Woodville, Clayton, Kawkawlin, Rose City

•Small-but-Significant Production
Sylvania, Marshall-Michigan, Mt. Simon-Trempeauleau, Prairie du Chien (Hillsdale & Jackson): Calvin 28, Lime Lake, Shaver

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