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The mapping of geological structure in north-central Texas is only slightly facilitated by the results derived from the study of oil-field waters. However, application of facts already known can be of much value in regions which contain salt domes, or faults, where strongly saline solutions may approach the surface and intermingle with fresh or slightly saline solutions, thus producing abnormal waters for short distances from such features.
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