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Continuous bedrock core from about 50 sites across CT. Stored in 1100 boxes. This collection has been rescued three times since its formation in the late 1980's. Formerly administrative responsibility was shared between the University of Connecticut Dept. of Geology and Geophysics (now disbanded) and the Dept. of Environmental Protection, Geological and Natural History Survey. The State Survey now houses the collection and is the sole administrator.
Collection of pamphlets, brochures, and informational booklets from the US Department of the Interior, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Indiana Department of Conservation, Indiana Geological Survey, Illinois Geological Survey, Kentucky Geological Survey, and more. Most are dated but have general information that could still be useful today.
Indiana Geological Survey (IGS) Indiana coal quality paper records numbered by year 1954-1989 archived in red binders. These records are available in an electronic format through IGS publication Report of Progress 40, The Indiana Coal Quality Database: The Database and Interactive Map, by Agnieszka Drobniak and Maria Mastalerz, 2012.
Indiana Geological Survey coal section field notebooks (black set). Contain short descriptions by location. Not much detail in location or information. Mostly likely correlates to a work map or project.
Most projects conducted by the MWRA have attached to them a geotechnical report and accompanying environmental information. There are also eighteen marine drilling reports on work in the Boston Harbor, as well as, two hardbound copies on the Geology of the Waschusett Reservoir Area. All reports are stored in the library at the main facility in Chelsea; however, not all project managers turn over reports to the librarian for storage. Most projects conducted by the MWRA, related to the construction of water and sewer lines, have attached with them, a geotechnical report and accompanying environmental information. Other paper reports include: eighteen marine drilling reports from work in Boston Harbor; as well as two...
This collection includes folders that contain coal chemical data from Indiana, collected before 1990. This collection is publicly accessible.
ASTM Dimension Stone records collected by Don Carr, Indiana Geological Survey Coal and Industrial Minerals Section Head. Records include test results and committee meeting notes.
Coal reference system involving Illinois, Indiana, & Kentucky Geological Surveys and coordinated by Indiana University's School of Public and Invironmental Affairs (SPEA). The Indiana Geological Survey updated and compiled maps in the coal-producing part of Indiana to meet planner's needs including a summary of coal information useful for planning. Information provided included surface-mined areas, abandoned underground mines, and coal resource maps for the Seelyville, Springfield, and Danville coals.
The collection consists of glass plates, photographs and slides dating back from late 1800's to present
Material compiled by Gordon S Fraser, Indiana Geological Survey sedimentary geologist. Topics include peat, sand, marl and other miscellaneous materials.
Bedrock and Surficial Geology, Bedrock Topography, Borehole, Environmental Geology, Aquifers, Groundwater Recharge areas and other Maps are published results of mapping projects. They are published as Geologic Map Series or Open-file Maps.
Work materials for Donald Carr, Indiana Geological Survey industrial minerals geologist, illustrations and negatives, photos, film, maps, and data.
Indiana Geological Survey coal section field notebooks (brown set). Notebooks could be by geographic area primarily a county, by geologist or field assistant, or possibly by date.
Various industrial minerals files kept by Indiana Geological Survey geologist Robert French. Topics include cement, crushed stone, gypsum, and quarries. Information contains grain size analysis, gypsum beneficiation, and Allen County, Indiana, data from Ned Bleuer and Michael Moore.
The primary collection of field notebooks at the Indiana Geological Survey (IGS) are housed by subject in various location through the IGS. Most are filed by county and labeled with the study area. These are the field notes taken by IGS geologists in the field primarily between 1960 and 1985.
Paper geologic maps were scanned and digitized and made available through NJGS website
Rock cuttings from the Moodus Deep drill hole in Colchester, CT Moodus Deep Drill Hole cuttings