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AAPG Bulletin


Volume: 21 (1937)

Issue: 8. (August)

First Page: 1083

Last Page: 1087

Title: Geologic Sections in Texas and Adjoining States

Author(s): Wallace C. Thompson (2)


The geologic sections presented herewith are the result of accumulated data from various districts in Texas, assembled by the writer for several years. These were finally drafted in their present form, not with the idea of publication, but as a handy reference to geological conditions in various areas. These sections have been found useful in obtaining a generalized picture of regional geology throughout large areas and the interrelationship of various geologic provinces to each other. They also show, in a general way, the thickness of geologic formations and approximate depths to producing horizons as well as the principal types of accumulation, both structural and stratigraphic, found in Texas.

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