2 edition of Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill salt dome, Texas Coastal Plain found in the catalog.
Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill salt dome, Texas Coastal Plain
H. S. Hamlin
by Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex
Written in English
|Statement||H. Scott Hamlin, D. Anderson Smith, and M. Saleem Akhter.|
|Series||Report of investigations ;, no. 176, Report of investigations (University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology) ;, no. 176.|
|Contributions||Smith, D. Anderson., Akhter, M. Saleem, University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology.|
|LC Classifications||QE167 .T42 no. 176|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 41 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||90126673|
Creation Information. Texas. Parks and Wildlife Department. Creation Date: Unknown. Context. This pamphlet is part of the collection entitled: Texas State Publications and was provided by UNT Libraries Government Documents Department to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by . Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Geology and underground waters of the southeastern part of the Texas coastal plain".
MAIN LIBRARY. Perry-Castañeda Library East 21st St. Austin, TX. Phone: () The Coastal Plain (including the subaqueous Continental Shelf) from the Chesapeake Bay to eastern Texas (Fig. 1) is largely the result of sediment deposition, both alluvial and marine, from the adjacent eroding mountains and Piedmont since at least the Cretaceous Period. This broad plain has been sculpted by hydrologic and fluvial.
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RI Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill Salt Dome, Texas Coastal Plain, by H. Hamlin, D. Smith, and M. Akhter. 41 p., 29 figs., 9 tables, 3 appendices, Price: $4. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hamlin, H.
Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill salt dome, Texas Coastal Plain. Austin, Tex.: Bureau of Economic Geology. Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill Salt Dome, Texas Coastal Plain Abstract Barbers Hill salt dome, located in the Texas Coastal Plain near Houston, has a long history of resource exploitation, including oil and brine production, storage of hydrocarbons in solution-mined caverns within the salt stock, and disposal of brine into the cap : H.
Scott Hamlin, D. Anderson Smith, M. Saleem Akhter. Barbers Hill Salt Dome (Barbers Hill), Mont Belvieu, Chambers Co., Texas, USA: A salt deposit/mine located km ( miles SSW of Mont Belvieu (center) (5 miles NE of Baytown), on private land.
Discovered in Mineralization is a salt dome deposit (Mineral occurrence. Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill Salt Dome, Texas Coastal Plain: RI Hydrogeology and Hydrochemistry of the Ogallala Aquifer, Southern High Plains, Texas Panhandle and Eastern New Mexico: RI Effects of Facies and Diagenesis on Reservoir Heterogeneity: Emma San Andres Field, West Texas: RI BARBERS HILL OILFIELD.
The Barbers Hill oilfield is located in northwestern Chambers County at the junction of State Highway and Farm Roadnear Mont Belvieu, approximately thirty miles northeast of Houston. The field was discovered in April and named for Barbers Hill, a salt dome named in turn for an early settler, Amos Barber.
Hamlin HS, Smith DA, Akhter MS () Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill salt dome, Texas coastal plain. Report of Investigations no. The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, TX, 41 pp. Subsidence over Texas Salt Domes, by W.
Mullican III Statistical Analysis of Structure in the Houston Diapir Province, by W. Mullican III. Petrography and Structure of Cap Rock with Emphasis on Core from Boling Salt Dome, Texas, by S. Seni. Geology and Hydrogeology, Barbers Hill Salt Dome, Texas, by H. Hamlin.
Texas Gulf Coast and summarize our current understanding of salt dome hydrogeology. Salt Dome Geology. Salt domes are geologic structures that grow and develop as sediments are being deposited around them (Seni and Jackson, ).
The salt originally formed bedded evaporite deposits in the ancestral Gulf of Mexico during the Jurassic period. The Barbers Hill ISD Athletic Department would like to thank you for taking the time to complete the UIL and Barbers Hill ISD required forms to participate in the athletic program.
All student athletes th grade are required to fill out and submit these forms online prior to each school year. RI Origin and Diagenesis of Cap Rock, Gyp Hill and Oakwood Salt Domes, Texas, by C.
Kreitler and S. Dutton. 58 p., 52 figs., 9 tables, deposit. hamlin, h.s., et al,hydrogeology of barbers hill salt dome, texas coastal plain:tx beg ri, 41 p.
deposit. bevier, g.m.,the barbers hill oil. In the Texas Coastal Plain, most uranium occurrences (over 70%) are found within 2 km of a regional fault, and many are found proximal to structural highs, such as salt domes and shale diapirs, particularly in the Goliad-hosted deposits (Arredondo,Carothers,Kurrus, ).
At the Bruni Benavides deposit (lower Catahoula host) iron. Even more extensive early Mesozoic evaporates, present under the Texas Coastal Plain, have been deformed into local salt domes that supply salt via underground mines and brine operations.
Sulfur has been produced in large quantities from microbial alteration zones in Coastal Plain salt dome cap rocks and in the Permian evaporates in west Texas. Pub. Id: A () First Page: Last Page: Book Title: SP 1: Geology of Salt Dome Oil Fields Article/Chapter: The Barbers Hill Oil Field, Chambers County, Texas Subject Group: Field Studies Spec.
Pub. Type: Special Volume Pub. Year: Author(s): George M. Bevier (1) Abstract: Barbers Hill is a moundlike elevation in the extreme northwestern portion of Chambers County, Texas, hydrogeology of barbers hill salt dome, texas coastal plain: university of texas, bureau of economic geology report of investigations no.approximate altitude of water levels in wells in the chicot and evangeline aquifers in the houston area, texas, spring usgs open-file report 89–, Hamlin, H.
S., Smith, D. A., and Akhter, M. S.,Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill salt dome, Texas Coastal Plain: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Chapters/Sections Hamlin, H.
S.,Texas coastal salt domes: stratigraphic and structural Yegua-Jackson of the Texas Gulf Coastal Plain: Gulf Coast. Alexander Deussen, Geology of the Coastal Plain of Texas (Washington: U.S.
Department of the Interior, ). Ross A. Maxwell, Geologic and Historic Guide to the State Parks of Texas (Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, ). Samuel D. Myres, The Permian Basin: Petroleum Empire of the Southwest (2 vols., El Paso: Permian,).
The Gulf Coast region is a nearly-level plain, dissected by streams and rivers flowing into the Gulf of Mexico. square mile region includes barrier islands along the coast, salt grass marshes surrounding bays and estuaries, remnant tallgrass prairies, oak parklands and oak mottes scattered along the coast and tall woodlands in the river bottomlands.
Coming from an AAPG meeting inthis volume strives to present a comprehensive picture of American salt domes, and to collect and record in permanent form the infirmation that has accumulated during twenty years of exploration for petroleum around the salt domes of the Gulf coastal plain.
Hydrogeology of Barbers Hill Salt Dome, Texas Coastal Plain: presented at Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, November Fluvial depositional systems of the Carrizo–Upper Wilcox in South Texas: presented to Houston Geological Society, Houston, Texas.A complex, multilayered ground-water flow system exists in the Coastal Plain sediments of Texas.
The Tertiary and Quaternary clastic deposits have an areal extent ofsquare miles onshore and in the Gulf of Mexico. Two distinct aquifer systems are recognized within the sediments, which range in thickness from a few feet to more t feet The older system--the Texas coastal.
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