The Moore Hollow Group of central Texas

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1977

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Barnes, Virgil E. (Virgil Everett), 1903-1998

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University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology

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Part of illustrative matter in pocket. Plates 1-9. Plate 1 : Index map of Central Texas showing location of areas where the formations of the Moore Hollow Group have been mapped. Plate 2 : Correlation of the Moore Hollow Group in Central Texas. Plate 3 : Correlation section A-A'—Superior No. 1 McDowell, Runnels County to Roland Blumberg No. 1 Wagner, Blanco County, Texas. Plate 4 : Correlation section B-B'—Fish No. 1 Postell, Kinney County to Garland-Anthony No. 1 Hammons, Parker County, Texas. Plate 5 : Correlation sections, C-C'—Bilsky No. 1 Mitchum, Eastland County, to Phillips No. 1 Towson, Hamilton County ; D-D'—General Crude No. 1 Anderson, Bandera County to Murchison ranch well, Burnet County, Texas. Plate 6 : Distribution of heavy minerals and insoluble residues in Moore Hollow Group of Central Texas. Plate 7 : Geologic maps—25 areas where Moore Hollow Group rocks have been mapped in Central Texas. Plate 8 : Geologic maps—five areas in the western part of the Llano region, Central Texas, where Moore Hollow Group rocks have been mapped. Plate 9 : Geologic maps—two areas in the eastern part of the Llano region, Central Texas, where Moore Hollow Group rocks have been mapped. Report of Investigations no. 88 is part I of a three-part report. Parts II and III are on open file at the Bureau of Economic Geology

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