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For Sale : Used North Carolina State Geology publications

North Carolina : Geological Survey
Department of Conservation and Development : Division of Mineral Resources
Bulletins- Geologic Quadrangle Maps

Southeastern Geology : selected issues.

Misc. North Carolina geology, more.

General condition notes : (See each item for any individual notes on condition.)
Good to very good. Lightly used. Owner's name/stamps. Some bumped edges and corners.
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.

A listing like "24 plates (3 in pocket)" means 24 total plates with 21 plates bound in text and 3 folded in pocket.
All publications are complete with all plates and maps unless specifically and clearly noted in RED.

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North Carolina Geological Survey : Bulletins 10x7" or 9x6" through #37 11x8.5", illus.

North Carolina Bulletin 15. Coker, Robert. 1907. Experiments in Oyster culture in Pamlico sound, North Carolina. 74p., plus 17 pages of plates and a fold-out map. Wonderful vintage photos. This is a great report! (Good : bumped corner. Lower spine end rough in a curious way, perhaps gummed by a baby. Cover corner tip chipped. Rest of report very fine, clean and bright) $28

North Carolina Bulletin 31. Bayley, W.S. 1925. Deposits of brown iron ores (Brown Hematite) in western North Carolina. 75p., plus 9p. of plates and fold-out map. Great vintage photos. (cover faintly sunned, edge of page block faintly speckled) $24

North Carolina Bulletin 37. Stuckey, J. L. 1928. Pyrophyllite deposits of North Carolina. 62p., illus., fold-out map. (cover rubbed, with crease. Spine ends a bit rough) $12

North Carolina Bulletin 79 : 1965 : Description of the Pungo River Formation in Beaufort county, North Carolina. By Joel O. Kimrey. 131p., 1 table, 11 plates, 8 figures (4 in pocket). There is also another large map sheet in the pocket that is not listed in contents or labeled as a figure or plate, thus there are 5 items in the pocket. $2


North Carolina : Geologic Quadrangle map series.
Folded, in a printed envelope. 1:24,000. (Alphabetically below). Envelopes have light wear, stamps.

Baldwin Gap : 1983 : Geologic map and mineral resources summary of the Baldwin Gap quadrangle, North Carolina. Folded map plus small text pamphlet. GM 220-NW. $1

Farner : 1983 : Geologic map and mineral resources summary of the Farner quadrangle, Tennessee and North Carolina. Folded map plus small text pamphlet. GM 133-NE. $1

Noland Creek : 1975 : Geologic map and mineral resources summary of the Noland Creek quadrangle, North Carolina. Folded map plus small text pamphlet. GM 158-NE. $1

Sherwood : 1980 : Geologic map and mineral resources summary of the Sherwood quadrangle, North Carolina and Tennessee. Folded map plus small text pamphlet. GM 214-SE. $1

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


Southeastern Geology Journal 9.5x6.5", illus. Published at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

Southeastern geology journal 12(1) : 1970 : Reprint of article "Stratigraphic divisions of Upper Devonian Greenland Gap group (Chemung formation) along Allegheny front in West Virginia, Maryland and Highland county, Virigina." by John Dennison. 20p. plus photo plates in pocket. (Fair : back cover present but detached. Covers lightly soiled. Edges bumped. Some pencil marks inside). $2

Southeastern geology journal 22(3) : 1981 : 60p., (soil on three pages, minimal pencil marks) $7

Contents of 22(3):
In situ stress field in the SE United Staes and its implication.
Stratigraphic discussion in support of a major unconformity separating the Columbia group fromt he Underlying Upper Miocene aquifer complex in Eastern Maryland.
Structural relationships as a key to stratigraphic sequence in the Carolina slate belt, Lake Murray, South Carolina.
Paleoecological aspects of a freshwater ephemeral stream, New Hope Creek Valley, Orange county, North Carolina.
Geochemical exploration program for uranium and gold in selected Triassic basins in North Carolina.
Case for substrate influence on Infrabasal-cone morphology of two paleozoic stemless Crinoid genera from Eastern Kentucky.

Southeastern geology journal - Special Publication 5 : 1975 : Stratigraphy of Precambrian through Cretaceous strata of probable fluvial origin in SE United States and their potential as Uranium host rocks by John Dennison and Walter Wheeler. 210p., fold-out. (minor pencil marks, sunned spine) $21

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North Carolina Geology Publications, More : Misc.~9x6" unless otherwise noted, many are offprints.

Beach erosion in North Carolina by C.E. Feltner. 1948. North Carolina State College : Dept. of Engineering Research Bulletin 37. NC State College Record Vol. 47 # 4. 9x6" 39p., Illus. $5

Correlations between Holocene flood tidal delta and barrier island inlet fill sequences : Back Sound - Shackleford Banks, North Carolina. by William M. Berelson and S. Duncan Heron. 1985. Extracted from Sedimentology vol. 32, pages 215-222, illus., 10x7". $2

Critical analysis of cretaceous stratigraphy and paleobotany of Atlantic coastal plain (NC) by Erling Dorf. 1952. Bulletin of Amer. Assoc. of Petroleum Geol. Figures, tables. 23p. $3

Gold deposits of the Southern Piedmont (USGS Professional Paper 213, SCARCE). 1948. By J. T. Pardee and C. F. Park, Jr. Group of selected INDIVIDUAL PLATES (folded plates from the pocket) from this report as listed below. Each plate has a small owner’s stamp in the corner. Good condition. $15 for the group.

Plates from USGS PP 213:
14. Gold placers and lodes in the southwest part of the Morganton quadrangle.
23. Plan and sections of Garnder Hill mine, Guilford county.
24. Plan of surface workings, Capps Hill - McGinn group of mines, Mecklenburg county.
25. Map of the vicinity of the Iola mine, Montgomery county.
26. Plan of second (145 foot) and third (245 foot) levels, Whitney mine, Rowan county.
27. Geologic map of the surface workings and section of Howie mine, Union county.
28. Plans of levels of Howie Mine, Union county.

Petrology of some recent marine sediments off the North Carolina coast. by Abdullah Shakir Sayyab. 1954 M.S. Thesis, Indiana University, Department of Geology. 11x8.5”, Hardback, 67p., illus. Poor printing quality, but readable. Signed by Author on fly leaf. $22

Review of Seismic reflection data from the North Carolina coastal plain and adjacent continental shelf : NCGS Open File Report 90-1. by Larry Zarra. 1990 NC Geological Survey section. 11x8.5", staple bound, 14p., illus. (edges bumped) $2

Sedimentary tectonics of the Appalachian basin (NC) by John M Dennison. 1983. Dallas Geological Society short course. In conjuction with the annual meeting of AAPG. 11x8.5", 129p., illus. (cover faintly soiled) $18

Talc and Pyrophyllite deposits in North Carolina. By Joseph Hyde Pratt. 1900 North Carolina Geological Survey Economic Paper 3. 9.5x6.5”, 29p., 3 maps in text. Includes two cards from author. An excellent early report! (VG, with lightly sunned edges) $8

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