University of Texas at Austin thesis sample collections at the Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin Core Research Center
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The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin has long required that thesis and dissertation research that involved field studies would preserve a “thesis collection” of representative samples that might be used for reference and subsequent research. Many of these collections have been transferred to the Austin Core Research Center of the Bureau of Economic Geology at the Pickle Research Campus. The accompanying list of 87 sample records representing 81 thesis collections available as of June 2018 was compiled by J. R. Kyle and matched with thesis title and research supervisor. The dates of the theses and dissertations range from 1951 to 2004, representing 21 supervisors, dominantly E. F. McBride (26), J. R. Kyle (13), S. E. Clabaugh (6), R. L. Folk (6), L. S. Land (6), and W. R. Muehlberger (5). Access to the samples can be arranged through the Bureau of Economic Geology Austin Core Research Center http://www.beg.utexas.edu/about/facilities/austin-core-research-center.
Describes University of Texas at Austin geology rock sample collections held at the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology Core Repository to support Master's and Doctoral thesis work.
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