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For Sale : Used New Mexico State Geology Publications

New Mexico School of Mines :
State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources
Annual and Biennial Reports - Bulletins - Circulars - Geologic Maps - Ground-Water Reports
Hydrogeologic Reports - Memoirs - Stratigraphic Charts
See Misc. section for a few items from other series.

Geological Societies : Various Publications

Misc. New Mexico geology publications.

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Older spines may show wear/darkening/sunning. Covers / edge of page block may be slightly soiled.
Covers lightly rubbed. Softcover unless noted. Please ask if you need more information on any item.

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New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Annual Reports & Biennial Reports
9x6" and staple bound unless noted. Reports go from July 1 to June 30 of the next year.
Contains general statistics, financial statements, plus information for the various divisions for the whole state, with interesting bits such as mine production. Later reports sometimes included Contributed Articles.

New Mexico Annual Report 1 : 1945-46: 42p. Includes interesting 34th Annual report of the State Inspector of mines, with things like mine fires, accidents (with names, ages, description of accident) and such. (water touched spine end). $5

New Mexico Annual Report 2 : 1946-47: 49p. Includes 35th annual report of the State Inspector of mines (numbered as 36th report incorrectly), with things like mine fires, accidents (with names, ages, description of accident) and such. $5

New Mexico Annual Report 3 : 1947-48: 56p. Includes 36th annual report of the State Inspector of mines. (numbered as 37th report incorrectly), with things like mine fires, accidents (with names, ages, description of accident) and such. $5

New Mexico Annual Report 4 : 1948-49: 59p. Includes 37th annual report of the State Inspector of mines, with things like mine fires, accidents (with names, ages, description of accident) and such. $5

New Mexico Annual Report 1975-76 : 47p, with named photos of staff. $3
Potash in New Mexico.
Terrestrial heat flow near Datil, New Mexico.
Harding pegmatite – outdoor museum and historical site.

 

New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Bulletins 9x6", First Editions unless noted.
These started as the "New Mexico School of Mines : State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources."
Good to Very Good. Covers lightly rubbed, most have owner's name/stamp/filing mark.

New Mexico Bulletin 8 : 1932 : The ore deposits of Socorro County, New Mexico. By S. G. Lasky. 1983 printing. 139 p., 4 plates (2 are fold-outs), 21 figs. $10

New Mexico Bulletin 10 : 1934 : The geology and ore deposits of Sierra county, New Mexico. By George Townsend Harley. 220 pages, 11 plates (8 in pocket), 19 figures, 3 unnumbered tables (in pocket). Thus, pocket has a total of 11 sheets. Many of the plates and figures are fold-outs. Includes some super vintage photos as well as numerous maps. Black range mining district, Apache mining district (Chloride), Kingston mining district (Black range), Tierra Blanca mining district (Bromide No. 1), Carpenter mining district, Hillsboro lode mining district (Las Animas), Hillsboro placer mining district, Bonanza vein, Rattlesnake vein, Lake Valley mining district, Taylor Creek tin district, Silver Monument mine, Lookout mine, Tierra Blanca mining district, Cuchillo Mines company, Mary Richmond mine, Old Dude vein and much more. 1975 printing. (cover barely rubbed). $12

New Mexico Bulletin 12 : 1937 : The non-metallic mineral resources of New Mexico and their economic features (exclusive of fuels). By Sterling B. Talmage and Thomas P. Wootton. 162p., frontispiece, 2 plates (one in pocket), 4 figures. Neat vintage photos of Mine plant and refinery of United States Potash Company, and Almora Marble Company quarry. (Spine may be a bit darkened) $12

New Mexico Bulletin 15 : 1940 : The Geology and ore deposits of Northeastern New Mexico (exclusive of Colfax county). By George Townsend Harley. 102 pages, 5 plates (4 in pocket), 11 figures. Very Good. $13

New Mexico Bulletin 23 : 1945 : Stratigraphy and oil-producing zones of the Pre San Andres formations of Southeastern New Mexico, a preliminary report. By Robert E. King. 31p., 3 plates in pocket, 1 figure. (lightly bumped corners) $6

New Mexico Bulletin 24 : 1946 : Building blocks from natural lightweight materials of New Mexico. By Donn M. Clippinger. 35 p. , frontispiece, 6 plates, 8 figures. Good/VG (cover edges sunned) - $8

New Mexico Bulletin 26 : 1947 : Geology of the Gran Quivira quadrangle, New Mexico. By Robert L. Bates, Ralph H. Wilpolt, Archie J. MacAlpin, and Georges Vorbe. 57 pages, 9 plates (2 in pocket), 4 figures). (cover lightly rubbed with owners' stamps, mildly bumped corner) $20

New Mexico Bulletin 28 : 1947 : Pumice aggregate in New Mexico, its uses and potentialities. By Donn M. Clippinger and Walter E. Gay. 50p., many nice photos, frontispiece, 18 plates, 7 figures. (some tanning) $8

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All publications are complete with all plates and maps unless specifically and clearly noted in RED.

New Mexico Bulletin 30 : 1953 : Pre-Cambrian geology of the Picuris range, north-central New Mexico. Petrology and structure of metamorphosed sedimentary and igneous rocks and description of mineral resources. By Arthur Montgomery. 89p., 9 plates (2 in pocket), 2 figures, 4 tables. $30

New Mexico Bulletin 31 : 1954 : Geology of the Thoreau quadrangle, McKinley and Valencia counties, New Mexico. Structure, stratigraphy, and mineral and ground-water resources of a part of the northeast flank of the Zuni Mountains. By Clay T. Smith. 36p., 1 figure, 1 plate. Text is staple-bound, in a printed manilla envelope with a large folded color geologic map. $15

New Mexico Bulletin 36 : 1954 : Mineral resources of Fort Defiance and Tohatchi quadrangles, Arizona and New Mexico, by J. E. Allen and R. Balk. 192 pp., color frontispiece, 19 tables, 21 figures, 16 plates (7 in pocket – on a total of 4 sheets (4 are combined on 1)). $5

New Mexico Bulletin 39 : 1957 : The metal resources of New Mexico and their economic features through 1954. (A revision of Bulletin 7, with detailed information for the years 1932-1954. By Eugene Carter Anderson. 183p., 21 tables, 3 figures, 5 plates in pocket. (Good, may have library marks) $9

New Mexico Bulletin 49 : 1958 : Permian sedimentary facies, central Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico, by D. W. Boyd. 100 pp., 4 tables, 8 figures, 6 plates (2 in pocket). $5

New Mexico Bulletin 53 : 1957 : Geology of Questa quadrangle,Taos County, New Mexico, by P. F. McKinlay. 23 pp., 1 table, 1 plate in envelope. (envelope has light wear on edges). $3

New Mexico Bulletin 58 : 1957 : Geology of Dog Springs quadrangle, New Mexico, by D. B. Givens. 40 pp., 1 plate. Both text and color plate are in a printed envelope. $3

New Mexico Bulletin 59 : 1958 : Wall-rock alteration in the Cochiti mining district New Mexico, by W. M. Bundy. 71 pp., 7 tables, 34 figures, 2 plates in pocket. $3

New Mexico Bulletin 60 : 1959 : Geology and mineral deposits of the Northern Big Burro Mountains – Redrock area, Grant county, New Mexico. By Charles H. Hewitt. 151p., 10 tables, 3 figures, 13 plates (2 in pocket) $42

New Mexico Bulletin 63 : 1959 : Geologic studies of Union County, New Mexico, by B. Baldwin and W. R. Muehlberger. This report consists of two parts : I – Geology of Union county, II – Volcanic rocks of Des Moines quadrangle. 171 pp., 5 tables, 28 figures, 17 plates (4 in pocket on a total of 7 sheets) (spine has crease at divider between text and plate packet OR from cover has marked out owner's name. ) $10

New Mexico Bulletin 67 : 1959 : Mineral deposits of Lincoln County, New Mexico, by G. B. Griswold. 117 pp., 11 tables, 31 figures, 12 plates (9 in pocket). $6

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New Mexico Bulletin 78 : 1962 : Geology of the north half of the Pelona quadrangle, Catron County, New Mexico, by C. E. Stearns. 46 pp., 1 folded plate. Both text and color geologic map are in a printed envelope. $3

New Mexico Bulletin 82 : 1964 : The geology of Jarilla Mountains, Otero County, New Mexico, by P. G. Schmidt and C. Craddock. 55 pp., 13 figures, 2 folded plates. Both text and plates are in a printed envelope. Text is HARDCOVER, green cloth. Very Good. $10

New Mexico Bulletin 84 : 1965 : Geology of the Walnut Wells quadrangle, Hidalgo County, New Mexico, by R. A. Zeller, Jr., and A. M. Alper. 105 pp., 2 plates in pocket, 13 figures, 15 tables. (cover may have mild soil) $4

New Mexico Bulletin 86 : 1965 : Geology and ore deposits of the Sacramento (High Rolls) mining district, Otero County, New Mexico, by S. E. Jerome, D. D. Campbell, J. S. Wright, and H. E. Vitz. 30 pp., 18 plates in fat plate packet. $9

New Mexico Bulletin 93 : 1969 : Bromine in the Salado Formation, Carlsbad potash district, New Mexico, by S. S. Adams. 122 pp., 16 tables, 46 figures. $4

New Mexico Bulletin 95 : 1970 : Geology and mineral deposits of the Gallinas Mountains, Lincoln and Torrance counties, New Mexico. By Ralph M. Perhac. 51 pages, 7 tables, 11 figures, 2 plates in pocket. (minor cover soil) $10

New Mexico Bulletin 98 : 1972 : Geology of the Fort Sumner sheet, New Mexico, by V. C. Kelley. 55 pp., 8 figures, 2 plates in pocket. (spine lightly sunned or cover rubbed) $7

 

New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Circulars Softcover, 11x8.5", most are staple bound, most are illustrated.
The mimeographed format of early circulars appears to be the original printing. Owner's stamp on front. G to VG unless noted.

New Mexico Circular 169 : 1979 : Geology of Good Sight Mountains and Uvas Valley, southwest New Mexico, by R. E. Clemons. Staple bound. 31 pp., 2 plates in pocket. $5

New Mexico Circular 199 : 1985 : Epithermal deposits in New Mexico, compiled by T. L. Eggleston. 56 pages, illustrated. Includes 6 technical reports. $5

Contents of NM Circular 199 :
Geochemistry of host-rock alteration at the Eberle mine, Mogollon mining district, southwestern New Mexico.
Geology and mineralization of the Hermosa mining district, Sierra county, New Mexico.
Geology, character, and controls of epithermal silver mineralization in the Carbonate Creek area, Kinston, New Mexico.
Geology of the Dripping gold prospect, Mogollon mining district.
Abundance of silver in mid-Cenozoic volcanic rocks of the Mogollon-Datil volcanic field, southwestern New Mexico.
Geology and geochemistry of rhyolite-hosted tin deposits, northern Black Range and Sierra Cuchillo, southwestern New Mexico.

 

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All publications are complete with all plates and maps unless specifically and clearly noted in RED.

 

New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Geologic Maps Color, folded, in a printed envelope.
Earlier maps are in a 9.5x6.5” envelope, after GM 23 they are in a 11x8.5” envelope.
Maps VG unless noted, envelopes may have bumped edges and owner's stamps or filing marks.

New Mexico Geologic Map 1 : 1956 : Geologic map of Hillsboro Peak thirty-minute quadrangle. By Frederick J. Kuellmer. $35

New Mexico Geologic Map 30 : 1974 : Geologic map and sections of Silver City quadrangle, New Mexico, Cunningham, J. E. Scale 1:24,000. (envelope may have an edge tear) $15

New Mexico Geologic Map 37 : 1976 : Geology of San Ysidro quadrangle, New Mexico, Woodward, L. A.; Reutschilling, R. L. Scale 1:24,000. $8

New Mexico Geologic Map 40 : 1977 : Surficial geology of northeast New Mexico, Hunt, C. B. Scale 1:500,000. (2 sheets, 1 is map, 1 is legend) $28

New Mexico Geologic Map 42 : 1978 : Surficial geology of southwest New Mexico, Hunt, C. B. Scale 1:500,000. (2 sheets, 1 is map, 1 is legend) (envelope lightly smudged) $22

 

New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Ground-Water Reports
Softcover, 9x6”, illustrated. Owner's marks on cover, Good to Very Good unless noted.

New Mexico Ground Water Report 1 : 1948 : Geology and ground-water resources of the eastern part of Colfax County, New Mexico, Griggs, R. L. 180 pages, 8 plates (3 in pocket), 10 figures. (spine sunned, bumped corner) $8

New Mexico Ground Water Report 2 : 1951 : Geology and ground-water resources of San Miguel County, New Mexico, Griggs, R. L.; Hendrickson, G. E. 121 pages, 2 figures, 6 plates (2 in pocket). $6

New Mexico Ground Water Report 4 : 1955 : Geology and ground-water resources of north-eastern Socorro County, New Mexico, Spiegel, Z. 99 pages, 6 tables, 8 figures, 2 plates in pocket. $5

New Mexico Ground Water Report 5 : 1957 : Geology and ground-water resources of Torrance County, New Mexico, Smith, R. E. 186 pages, 16 tables, 7 figures, 5 plates (3 in pocket). $8

New Mexico Ground Water Report 7 : 1963 : Geology and ground-water conditions in eastern Valencia County, New Mexico, Titus, F. B., Jr. 113 pages, 7 tables, 16 figures, 6 plates (2 in pocket), 5 appendices. $6

New Mexico Ground Water Report 8 : 1967 : General occurrence and quality of ground water in Union County, New Mexico, Cooper, J. B.; Davis, L.V. 168 pages, 6 tables, 3 figures, 1 plate in pocket. $6

New Mexico Ground Water Report 10 : 1970 : Reconnaissance of water resources of De Baca County, New Mexico, Mourant, W. A.; Shomaker, J. W, 87 pages, 6 tables, 9 figures, 4 plates in pocket. $6

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New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Hydrogeologic Reports
Softcover, 11x8.5” unless noted, illustrated. Owner’s marks on cover. Good to Very Good unless noted.

New Mexico Hydrogeologic Report 1 : 1971 : Geology and ground-water resources of central and western Dona Ana County, New Mexico, King, W. E.; Hawley, J. W.; Taylor, A. M.; Wilson, R. P. 64 pages, 7 tables, 6 figures, 1 plate in pocket. 11x9” Coverage includes Palomas basin, Selden Canyon area, Mesilla Bolson, Mesilla Valley, La Mesa, more. (library pocket inside front cover) $35

New Mexico Hydrogeologic Report 2 : 1972 : Water resources and general geology of Grant County, New Mexico, Trauger, Frederick D. 211 pages, 15 tables, 50 figures (2 of these are folded in a pocket at back, the rest are in text). $35

New Mexico Hydrogeologic Report 3 : 1973 : Water resources of Guadalupe County, New Mexico, Dinwiddie, G. A.; Clebsch, A., Jr. 43 pages, 7 tables, 9 figures (3 of which are folded in a pocket at back). $6

New Mexico Hydrogeologic Report 4 : 1976 : Catalog of thermal waters in New Mexico, Summers, W. K. 79 pages, 29 tables, 1 microfiche in pocket at back (contains 11 analyses), 47 figures. (Library pocket inside front cover, cover lightly rubbed) $9

New Mexico Hydrogeologic Report 5 : 1980 : Ground water in the Sandia and northern Manzano Mountains, New Mexico, Titus, F. B., Jr. 66 pages, 3 tables, 22 figures (1 of which is folded in a pocket at back). $12

New Mexico Hydrogeologic Report 7 : 1984 : Selected papers on water quality and pollution in New Mexico, compiled by Stone, W. J. 300 pages. Proceedings of a symposium on water quality and pollution in New Mexico, April 12, 1984, Socorro, New Mexico. $9

Here are a few of the 25 papers presented in Hydrogeologic Report 7 :
Heavy metals and pesticides in water, sediments, and biota in the middle Rio Grande Valley.
Natural surface water quality in the Grants Mineral Belt.
Intensive winter survey of the Rio Hondo, near Twining (Taos ski valley), Taos county, New Mexico.
Protection of surface waters – the AWT plant at Red River, New Mexico.
Quality of urban runoff in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Uranium industry impacts on groundwater in New Mexico.
Oil-field brine contamination, a case study, Lea county, New Mexico.
The bomb-36 C1 pulse as a tracer for soil-water movement near Socorro, New Mexico.

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New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Memoirs Softcover, 11x8.5", illustrated
Owner’s marks on cover. Good to Very Good unless noted. First Edition unless noted.

New Mexico Memoir 15 : 1963 : Geology and technology of the Grants uranium region, prepared by The Society of Economic Geologists, compiled by V. C. Kelley, general chairman Uranium Field Conference. 277 pp., illustrated, fold-outs. This book contains 37 technical reports and a couple shorter items. Among much more, it specifically mentions the Black Jack mines, Dysart No. 1 mine, Section 22 mine, Anne Lee mine, Sandstone mine, Cliffside mine, Marquez mine, Poison Canyon, Jackpile mine area, Kermac mines, Mine safety problems, more. (Fair. Generally good, but cover is rubbed and lightly soiled, with minor underlining in text). $4

New Mexico Memoir 16 : 1965 : Stratigraphy of the Big Hatchet Mountains area, New Mexico, by R. A. Zeller, Jr. 128 pp., frontispiece, 6 plates in pocket, 18 figures, 3 tables. (small water mark on edge of back cover, doesn't affect anything) $7

New Mexico Memoir 38 : 1980 : Geology and mineral technology of the Grants uranium region 1979, compiled by C. A. Rautman in cooperation with 83 others. 400 pp., heavily illustrated. This large book contains 49 separate technical reports on all aspects of the Grants Uranium region. Like New. $9

 

New Mexico Bureau of Mines : Stratigraphic Charts Color, folded, in a printed envelope.
Maps VG unless noted, envelopes may have bumped edges and owner's stamps or filing marks.

New Mexico Stratigraphic Chart 1 : 1983 : Nomenclature for Cenozoic rocks of northeast Mogollon-Datil volcanic field, New Mexico, Osburn, G. R.; Chapin, C. E. Large folded sheet with text, photos and illustrations on both side, plus 7 pages of text giving the type sections, reference section-type areas. (envelope only has minor spot) $6

 

Geological Societies : Various Publications (in alphabetical order below ... Guidebook number highlighted in purple)

Guidebook of Southeastern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico. 1956 New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook 7. Seventh Field conference, October 19-21, 1956. Edited by A. Rosenweig. Softcover, 11x8.5”, comb-bound, 151 pages, nicely illustrated. Includes road logs, summary of geology for each road log, and seven supplemental technical articles. Among more, topics include Rio Grande depression, Santa Fe Group, Raton basin, Mining, Picuris range. (owner's marks on cover) $3

Guidebook of Taos – Raton – Spanish Peaks country, New Mexico and Colorado. Guidebook 17. 1966 New Mexico Geological Society. Edited by Stuart A. Northrop and Charles B. Read. HARDBACK, 11x8.5”, 128p., plus advertising pages, illustrated. 17th Field Conference held October 14-16, 1966. Contains 10 technical papers, mineral checklists, 3 road logs, and some shorter items. Among other topics, here is a sample of places and subjects : Cauplin Mountain National Monument, Folsom Man State Monument, Questa Molybdenite deposit, Maxwell land grant, Colfax county, Meteorites of Colfax, Union and Taos counties. Very Good (name on fly leaf, one article signed by author William Gustafson). $18

Guidebook of the Las Cruces country. Guidebook 26. 1975 New Mexico Geological Society. Edited by William R. Seager, Russell E. Clemons, Jonathan F. Callender. HARDBACK, 11x8.5”, 376p., illustrated, plus 4 folded items in pocket. Twenty-Sixth Field conference held November 13-15, 1975. Contains 41 technical articles on history, botany, stratigraphy, paleontology, petrology, economic geology, environmental geology, hydrology, structure, geophysics. Also 7 road logs and some shorter pieces. Some of the specific topics mentioned include San Andres Mountains, Sierra de las Uvas, Aden volcanic, North Mesilla valley, Dona Ana county, Lead Camp limestone, Orogrande basin, Robledo Mountains, Bell Top formation, Jarilla mountains, Central Organ Mountains, Lost Padre mine, Fluorspar deposits, oil and gas exploration wells, Broad canyon dam, Saline ground water in the Tularosa basin, Franklin mountains (Texas), Kilbourne Hole maar, Hunt hole, Emory Cauldron, Pony hills, Rio Grande rift, Northeast Otero platform area, more. (Very Good. Owner's name on fly leaf) $3

Guidebook of Vermejo Park, Northeastern New Mexico. Guidebook 27. 1976 New Mexico Geological Society. Edited by Rodney C. Ewing and Barry S. Kues. HARDBACK, 11x8.5”, 303 pages, illustrated, plus one folded sheet in pocket. Twenty-seventh field conference held September 30 through October 2, 1976. Contains 33 technical articles on Archaeology, History and Natural History, General Geology, Precambrian and Structural Geology, Stratigraphy, Sedimentology and Paleontology, Economic and Engineering Geology, Geophysics, Cosmology. Also 3 road logs. Topics and locales include, among many others, Folsom Site, Raton Pass, Geology of the Las Vegas area, Adams Lake basin, Bartlett Lake basin, Cimarron range, Dakota sandstone, Ammonite records from the Pierre Shale, Gold Creek, Tonstein occurrences in the Raton Coal Field, York Canyon, Mining districts of Northeastern New Mexico, Harding Mine in Taos county, Landslide near Wagon Mount, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Rio Grande Rift. Very Good HARDBACK. $8

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New Mexico Geology Materials : Misc.~9x6" unless otherwise noted.

Arroyo Peñasco formation, Mississippian, North Central New Mexico. Penasco. By Fitzsimmons, Armstrong, and Gordon Jr. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1956, Vol. 40(8), pages 1935-1944. $3

Commercial possibilities of Natural Carbon Dioxide gas in New Mexico by A. Andreas. From the Summary page : 1941 : Bureau of Mines, Socorro, New Mexico. This appears to be an original typed paper in a binder with a number of large hand-colored folded plates/maps in the back. 11x8.5", 92p. (I see one page with a penciled-in correction, corners bumped). $12

Dolomite cave deposits from Carlsbad caverns by John Thrailkill. 1968. Extracted from Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, vol. 38(1), pages 141-145, 3 figs. $3

Effects of Uranium mining and milling on ground water in the Grants Mineral Belt, New Mexico. By Robert F. Kaufmann, Gregory G. Eadie, and Charles R. Russell. 1977, Office of Radiation Programs, Las Vegas, U.S. Department of Commerce. Staple bound, 11x8.5”, 13 pages, 3 tables, 9 figures. $3

Field trips to central New Mexico. 1975 Rocky Mountain Sections of the AAPG and SEPM. Published for the annual meeting held in Albuquerque on June 1-4, 1975. Softcover, comb-bound, 11x8.5”, Paged in sections, probably about 100 printed pages, illustrated. Contains two main sections, each with sub-sections : 1) Upper Jurassic and Upper Cretaceous stratigraphy and sedimentology, Eastern San Juan Basin, New Mexico. AND 2) Pennsylvanian stratigraphy, structure, and petroleum geology of the portion of Central New Mexico. Part 1 includes road logs, Bernalilitto Mesa, Warm Springs, Clod Buster Mine, Menefee formation, Cliff House sandstone, Mesa Portales, more. Part 2 includes Rio Grande Rift, Sierra Lucero uplift, Magdalena area, Manzano Mountains and more. (Good, Minor signs of use). $18

Fracture studies in the Lucero uplift, New Mexico, final report. By Robert W. Duschatko. 1953 Atomic Energy Commission, Columbia University. Report RME-3072. 11x8.5”, blue covers, 49p., 10 plates in pocket. NOTE : The plates are two-sided, so the total sheets in the pocket is correctly five sheets. SCARCE. (Fair. All Good, but spine and back cover pocket have been reinforced with tape) $22

A geologic assessment of natural gas from coal seams in the Menefee formation, San Juan Basin. By T. E. Crist, B. S. Kelso, and C. M. Boyer. 1990 Gas Research Institute. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 68 pages, 37 figures, 8 tables, appendix (2 fence diagrams folded in back pocket). New Mexico and Colorado. SCARCE. Very Good. $18

Geology of the Circle Mesa 7.5-min quadrangle, Grant County, New Mexico, by J. Cunningham, 1997, 20 p, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000. This is NM Bureau of Mines Open-File Report 435. Includes a second sheet that is a hand-drawn cross section for the quadrangle. Pages are photocopied, geologic map is black and white. $10

Geothermal resources of New Mexico, 1980. This is a large folded map with color published by the New Mexico Energy Institute at New Mexico State University. This is a very nice resource. $5

Ground Water journal Volume 21(2), March - April 1983. 11x8.5", 135p. Published by National Water Well Association. This issue contains multiple articles including "Hydrogeology of Pipeline Canyon, near Gallup, New Mexico." $5

Ground Water journal Volume 21(5), September - October 1983. 11x8.5", 127p. Published by National Water Well Association. This issue contains multiple articles including "Application of geostatistics to determine regional ground-water flow in the San Andres Formation, Texas and New Mexico," "Study of Pseudomonad infestation in a well at Shilo, Manitoba," "Regional trends in transmissivity and hydraulic conductivity, lower Cretaceous sands, North-Central Texas." (cover rubbed) $4

Ground Water journal Volume 21(6), November - December 1983. 11x8.5", 142p. Published by National Water Well Association. This issue contains multiple articles including "Evaluation of surface impoundment assessment in New Mexico," "Ground-water modeling in a Southwestern alluvial basin," "Heat convection in Warm springs valley, Virginia." $4

Ground Water journal Volume 22(6), November - December 1984. 11x8.5", 158p. Published by National Water Well Association. This issue has multiple articles including "Aquifer classification for the UIC program - prototype studies in New Mexico," "Role of geological and geophysical data in modeling a southwestern Alluvial basin," Hydrogeologic characteristics of shallow glacial drift aquifers in dissected till plans (North Central Missouri)," " Ammonium Ion, Humic materials, and trihalomethane potential in NE Kansas ground waters." (back cover has torn corner tip) $4

Ground Water level data for the Albuquerque – Belen basin, New Mexico, through water year 1985. By G. E. Kues. 1987 City of Albuquerque, Water Utilities Department, Albuquerque, New Mexico. USGS Open-File Report 87-116. 11x8.5”, staple bound, 51p., 75 figures, 1 table. $22

Montoya dolomite and Fusselman dolomite in Silver City region, New Mexico. By Walden P. Pratt and W.R. Jones. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1961, Vol. 45(4), pages 484-500. $4

New genus and species of Ceratopsia from New Mexico, Pentaceratops sternbergii. By Henry Fairfield Osborn. 1923 American Museum of Natural History, American Museum Novitates 93. 9x6”, 3 pages, 1 photo. (Lower edge a bit rough, minor owner marks on front page). $1

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Notes on the EAST CAMP PROPERTY, Steeplerock, New Mexico. 1969. By R. W. PHendler of Bacon and Crowhurst, for Mr. C. Campbell. This is a 3 page report in the form of a letter. Despite being short, it has good content. Silver, Gold. $3

Open Fracture in Langbeinite, International Minerals and Chemical Corporation’s Potash mine, Eddy county, New Mexico. By James B. Cathcart. This paper was presented at the Regional Meeting of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers in 1947. 11x8.5”, mimeographed form, stapled. 3p. (tanned) $1

Pre-Tertiary strata of Tres Hermanas mountains, Luna county, New Mexico. By Frank E. Kottlowski and Roy W. Foster. Extracted from Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Bull. AAPG), 9x6”, illus. 1962, Vol. 46(11), pages 2090-2098. $3

Recent stream trenching in the semi-arid portion of SW New Mexico, a result of removal of vegetation cover. 1911. Amer J Sci., 9p. photos. $2

Report on the CORA CLAIM GROUP, Lordsburg, New Mexico, for OREX Mines, Ltd. By R. W. Phendler, Bacon & Crowhurst, Ltd., Vancouver, BC. 1969, 11x8.5”, staple bound, 14 pages plus location map and several related letters. This private report includes Location and access, physical features, property and ownership, history, regional geology, local geology, mineral deposits, ore reserves and possibilities, estimated costs, conclusions and recommendations. Copper, silver. NOTE : There is a pocket for a geological map, but it is empty and notes that map was filed elsewhere (and did not come to me with the report). $28

Report on the Nike and Jay Claims of American Uranium Corporation, Alamogordo, New Mexico, for Taseko Mines, Ltd. By J. W. Murton and J. J. Crowhurst, Bacon and Crowhurst, Ltd, Vancouver, BC. 1971, 11x8.5”, staple bound, hole punched for comb-binding, 9 pages plus location map and 2 folded maps in pocket. This private report includes Location and access, physical features, property and ownership, history, geology and mineralization, estimated costs, conclusions and recommendations. Geology and Claim Location Map, Nike claims and features map. $28

Roadside Geology of New Mexico. By Halka Chronic . 1987 Mountain Press Publishing, Missoula. Softcover, 9x6”, 255p., some color, a very large number of maps and illustrations. Around 30 different road sections are described, as well as 7 different National Monuments or Parks. Use this book to locate and understand the interesting geologic features along the road. EXC. $8

San Juan Basin, New Mexico : Oil and gas data summary cumulative to January 1, 1949. 1949 New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas Report 4-C. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 23p., plus numerous unnumbered fold-outs. Data is organized by field or pool. This publication is related to the Circulars sub-titled the “Oil and Gas Series” – circulars 14, 16, 19A and 19B, and other Oil and Gas Reports. Mimeographed format. $3

Scenic Trips to the Geologic Past 1 : Santa Fe, New Mexico : 1955 State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources. By Brewster Baldwin and Frank E. Kottlowski. 9x6”, 27p., illus., maps in text, road logs. (bumped corner) $10

Scenic Trips to the Geologic Past 8 : Mosaic of New Mexico’s Scenery, Rocks, and History. 1972 New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources. Edited by Paige W. Christiansen and Frank E. Kottlowski. Softcover 9x6”, 170 pages, illustrated, includes 15 separate sections on different topics. (owner's name marked out on cover corner). $17

Soft-sediment deformation (Fluid escape) features in a coarse-grained pyroclastic-surge deposit, north central New Mexico. by Bruce W. Nocita. Extracted from Sedimentology, 10x7", illus. Included here are the main article from vol 35 (1988) pages 275-285 and the discussion from vol 36 (1989) pages 943-949. $5

Soils of New Mexico. By H. J. Maker, H. E. Dregne, V. G. Link, and J. U. Anderson. 1978 New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 285. Softcover, 11x8.5”, 132p., folded color map in pocket, nicely illustrated. (VG. Ex-library, spine neatly taped with clear tape). $22

Suessonian fauna in North America (pertaining to Wahsatch Eocene formation of New Mexico). 1877. Amer Naturalist. 5p. (cover faintly soiled) $2

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