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Louisiana Bulletin 12 : 1938 : Contributions to the Pleistocene History of the Florida Parishes of Louisiana. By H.N. Fisk and others, 1938, 137 pp., frontispiece, 15 plates, 8 figures. Includes reports on physiography and geology of Pleistocene exposures in the western Florida Parishes; Pleistocene freshwater mollusks from Louisiana and Mississippi; mollusks from the loess at Tunica; flora of Pleistocene deposits; and Pleistocene mosses from Louisiana. (Spine covering a bit rough, cover edges sunned, one cover crease) ac $7
Louisiana Bulletin 21 : 1941 : Louisiana tertiary bryozoa. 177p. plates. (cover lightly soiled, edge of page block lightly spotted). $5
Louisiana Bulletin 26 : 1948 : Harang fauna of Louisiana. 80p., plates, fold-outs, plates in pocket. (bumped corner, upper spine end rough). $5
Comparison of the Harang and Hackberry facies in south Louisiana. 1955. Offprint from Transactions of the Gulf coast association of geological societies. 11x8.5", folded in half. 11p. $2
Early geologists in Louisiana. by Hubert C. Skinner. 1979, Extracted from Tulane Studies in Geology and Paleontology, vol. 15, pages 55-68. $3
Geology and ground-water resources of the Alexandria area, Rapides Parish, Louisiana. 1955. By Mervin L. Klug. Lousiana Geological Survey Water Resources Pamphlet 3. 9x6”, 23 pages, 4 figures (includes two fold-out maps), 4 tables. (Cover has sunned edge and may have owner's label / blacked out name) $5
Geology of South Pass Block 27 Field, Offshore, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. By Derrell A. Smith. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1961, Vol. 45(1), pages 51-71. $4
Geology of West Tepetate Oil Field, Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana. By Fred W. Bates and Jay B. Wharton, Jr. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1948, Vol. 32(9), pages 1712-1727. $4
Geopressured-Geothermal Energy Resource Appraisal: Hydrogeology and Well Testing Determine Producibility, by R.H. Wallace Jr., ed., 1982, 111 pp., illus. This is Louisiana Geological Survey Guidebook 2, prepared as a field trip guidebook for the 1982 Annual Meeting of the GSA. A collection of papers discussing regional and local geology, production well design and operation, surface equipment for gas separation and resource testing; disposal well design and operation, environmental monitoring, and test results for the Technadril-Fenix & Scisson-DOE Gladys McCall No. 1 Well in Cameron Parish. $10
Geotimes Vol. 9(8) : April 1965 : This is a complete issue of Geotimes containing the following and more : New Orleans - its geologic setting, Soviet research in oceanography. 11x8.5", illus, 30p. $5
Mining sulphur under water in Louisiana. 1933. Offprint from Chemical and Metallurgical engineering. 4p., exc. photos. 11x8.5", folded in half. (back cover lightly soiled) $1
MISSISSIPPI FAN Reports. This is a group of four offprints of technical reports pertaining to the Mississippi Fan / Mississippi Canyon area offshore Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico. $12
Structure of Morton Salt company mine, Weeks Island Salt dome, Louisiana. By Donald H. Kupfer. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1962, Vol. 46(8), pages 1460-1467. $3
Louisiana Engineering Society Proceedings Vol. 10 # 6, Dec. 1924. Water purification; Surface indicators of oil. (spine rubbed, cover darkened/faintly soiled) $3
Louisiana Engineering Society Proceedings Vol. 13 # 2, April 1927. A geological survey of the sub-aqueous strata of Lake Pontchartrain, New Orleans, Louisiana. By R. A. Steinmayer, with discussion. This main report is pages 68-87, with 3 fold-outs including a color map. The full volume is pages 61-106, plus 22 pages of neat vintage advertisements. (Good. Owner's marks on cover, plus inscription by author.) $18
Louisiana Engineering Society Proceedings Vol. 21 # 4, August, 1935. Practical salt dome geology; Techinical development of oil Industry; LA Steam generating corporation. $3