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Published by University of Oklahoma in Norman .
Written in English

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  • Geology - Oklahoma - Conference proceedings

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Pagination396 p.
Number of Pages396
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Open LibraryOL22044535M

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Ames structure in northwest Oklahoma and similar features: origin and petroleum production ( symposium) (Kenneth S. Johnson and Jock A. Campbell, editors). Proceedings of a symposium held March , , in Norman, Oklahoma; cosponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and U.S. Department of Energy. pages, 41 contributions. Johnson KS, Campbell JA, eds () Ames Structure in Northwest Oklahoma and Similar Features: Origin and Petroleum Production ( Symposium). Oklahoma Cited by: Johnson K. S. and Campbell J. A. () Ames structure in northwest Oklahoma and similar features: Origin and petroleum production ( symposium). Oklahoma . Ames Structure in Northwest Oklahoma and Similar Features: Origin and Petroleum Production ( Symposium), K. S. Johnson and J. A. Campbell, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman, Oklahoma, v. Impact cratering: The mineralogical and geochemical evidence. Ames Structure in Northwest Oklahoma and Similar Features: Origin and Petroleum.

  Johnson KS, Campbell JA (eds) () Ames structure in Northwest Oklahoma and similar features: origin and petroleum production. Oklahoma geological survey circular , Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman, p Google Scholar. Ames Structure in Northwest Oklahoma and Similar Features: Origin and Petroleum Production ( Symposium), K. S. Johnson and J. A. Campbell, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman, Oklahoma, v. Circular , pp. Grieve, R. A. F., Masaitis, V. L., The economic potential of terrestrial impact craters. b. Spreading cotton production, though it became less profitable. c. Making it less profitable to grow cotton on large plantations, so production moved to small, non-slaveholding farms. d. Making it much more profitable to grow new varieties of cotton that could thrive further west and north. Building material is any material used for construction purpose such as materials for house building. Wood, cement, aggregates, metals, bricks, concrete, clay are the most common type of building material used in construction. The choice of these are based on their cost effectiveness for building projects. Many naturally occurring substances, such as clay, sand, wood and [ ].

  The Ames structure in NW Oklahoma (Johnson & Campbell ; Koeberl et al. ) is larger than the Decorah impact structure, up to 15 km in diameter, and is buried km below the surface. Conodont elements found in core chips of black shale within the Ames crater included Erismodus and Phragmodus, indicating a mid-Middle Ordovician age. exploration and production in Oklahoma: OCGS Shale Shaker, v. 54, p. structure in northwest Oklahoma and similar features: origin and petroleum production ( symposium): Oklahoma Geological Survey, Circular , p. structures more than km in diameter and as old as 2 Ga (Figs. and ). Formation of the larger features, such as the Sudbury (Canada) and Vredefort (South Africa) structures, involved widespread disturbances in Earth’s crust and major perturbations in the geologic history of . Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace. employees are Defining Possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services.