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Reconnaissance of ground water in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma

John S. Havens

Reconnaissance of ground water in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma

by John S. Havens

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Published by University of Oklahoma in Norman .
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    Places:
  • Oklahoma,
  • Wichita Mountains Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Oklahoma -- Wichita Mountains Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesReconnaissance of groundwater in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma.
      StatementJohn S. Havens ; prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Oklahoma Geological Survey.
      SeriesCircular / Oklahoma Geological Survey,, 85, Circular (Oklahoma Geological Survey) ;, 85.
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), Oklahoma Geological Survey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE153 .A3 no. 85, GB1025.O5 .A3 no. 85
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 13 p. :
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2820925M
      LC Control Number83623157

      Zodletone Mountain in the Anadarko Basin of western Oklahoma, was first described by Havens (S. Havens, Reconnaissance of ground water in the vicinity of the Wichita Mountains, Southwestern Oklahoma; Oklahoma Geological Sur-vey Circular no. 85, 13 pages, ), and its geological and hydrological charac-. The Wichita Mountains took the name of the American Indian tribe that inhabited this region centuries ago. Located in southwestern Oklahoma, the Wichita Mountains span Comanche, Jackson, Kiowa, and Greer counties and include the Quartz Mountains, a lower, westward range in Kiowa and Greer.

      the state's largest groundwater basin, located in western Oklahoma--contains million acre-feet of water, enough to cover the entire state two feet deep. Captain John R. Bell led a portion of the Stephen Long expedition down the Arkansas River in Wichita Mountains saw the return of the bison in when 15 animals were sent to the refuge from the New York Bronx Zoo to roam and breed. Current herd size is kept at approximately animals. Each fall excess bison are sold at a live auction to maintain herd size.

      Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge Nature Store, Lawton, Oklahoma. 1, likes 4 talking about this 74 were here. The Nature Store is located at the Wichita Moutains Wildlife Refuge. It is ran by /5(5). It sleeps up to 14 in an open setting and includes a full kitchen, bar area, three dining areas, two and a half bathrooms, outdoor deck and large yard. The Clubhouse also has an attached suite with an elegant four-poster bed and Jacuzzi. Nearby attractions include the Wichita Mountains .


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Reconnaissance of ground water in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma by John S. Havens Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reconnaissance of groundwater in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma Responsibility: John S. Havens ; prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Oklahoma Geological Survey. C 85 / Havens, J.

/ RECONNAISSANCE OF GROUND WATER IN VICINITY OF WICHITA MOUNTAINS, SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA, Norman,pb, 13 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 4 figs., 1 table, - 1 - $ 22 Oklahoma Miscellaneous Maps.

Other Reports and Data Releases. Reconnaissance of ground water in the vicinity of the Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Circu 13 p.

Morton, R.B.,Effects of brine on the chemical quality of water in parts of Creek, Lincoln, Okfuskee, Payne, Pottawatomie, and Seminole Counties, Oklahoma. The Blue Beaver Creek HBN Basin is in the Wichita Mountains section of the Central Lowland physiographic Reconnaissance of ground water in vicinity of Wichita Mountains in southwestern Oklahoma (Figure Map showing study area in the Blue Beaver Creek Basin and photograph of the main stream channel below Lake Jed Johnson).

The km² basin ranges in elevation from to m and drains a landscape of smooth rounded hills. Havens, J.S.,Reconnaissance of Ground Water in Vicinity of Wichita Mountains, Southwestern Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Circu 13 p.

Havens, J.S.,Geohydrology of the Alluvial and Terrace Deposits of the North Canadian River from Oklahoma City to Eufaula Lake, Central Oklahoma: U.S. Geological Survey.

Havens, J.S.,Reconnaissance of groundwater in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geological Survey Circu 13 p., sheet 1 of 2, geologic map, scaleKiamichi River near Big Cedar, Oklahoma (Station ) a.

U.S. Geological Survey topographic maps. Reconnaissance of ground water in vicinity of Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma, by John S. Havens. August 8, 13 pages, 4 figures, 1 plate (map), 1 table. Circular 84 Plate I: Plate I for Basement rocks in northeastern Oklahoma, by Rodger E.

Denison. HYDROLOGIC REPORT OF THE SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA GROUNDWATER BASIN IN CADDO, KIOWA AND JACKSON COUNTIES Technical Report By The highest elevation in the study area is in the Wichita Mountains, probably at Tepee Mountain in Kiowa County with an elevation of2, feet above Hydrologic Report of the Southwestern Oklahoma Groundwater.

Havens, J.S., b, Reconnaissance of ground water in the vicinity of the Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report27 p.

[Published as Oklahoma Geological Survey Circular ]. ita Mountains of southwestern Oklahoma. These are part of the Wichita Granite Group (WGG), products of felsic magmatism during Eocambrian rifting of the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen. Like all members of the WGG, these are pink-to-red A-type alkali feldspar granites.

Each is porphyritic and wholly or partially granophyric, as are other WGG Size: 2MB. I bought my first copy of the 'Outdoor and Trail Guide to the Wichita Mountains of Southwest Oklahoma' 23 years ago and I have bought many more copies over the years as gifts for friends.

In my opinion, this is one of the most valuable books somebody who is new to the region can have/5(9). I thought I would share, and hope you visit this extraordinary area if you are passing through.

All video shot with a Canon 6D and 60D using the mosaic engineering VAF filter. Category. Geologist Devin Dennie takes a quick look at some of the rocks that make up the Wichita Mountains in southwestern Oklahoma.

This is a clip from "Oklahoma Rocks. - Classroom Edition" by. The Wichita Mountains are located in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It is the principal relief system in the Southern Oklahoma Aulacogen, being the result of a failed continental mountains are a northwest-southeast trending series of rocky promontories, many capped by million-year old of rock: Cambrian, Pennsylvanian, Permian.

Here in Oklahoma there are seven official scenic byways, including the most famous of all, the historic Route Here, near the city of Lawton, just off I, sightseers will find the Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway. The byway, following four Oklahoma state routes (see map link below), passes the Lake Lawtonka area, a land of prairie hills that roll on forever.

In Comanche County in southwestern Oklahoma, the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge, Oklahoma's largest wildlife refuge, contains more t acres. Inprior to the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Opening, Pres. William McKinley proclaimed a portion of the mountains as the Wichita Forest Reserve, assigned to the Forestry Division of.

Come and experience most popular National Wildlife Refuge, the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma. Through this unique coloring book you will find real-life pictures used to show all the different wildlife animals and scenery found throughout this : Alle Alexander.

Wichita Mountains Wilderness, Indiahoma, Oklahoma. likes 26 talking about this 5, were here. Park5/5. Established inthe Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is the oldest protected wildlife area under the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s management.

It played a large part in saving the American bison (buffalo) from extinction. Inthe American Bison Society delivered fifteen bison from the New York Zoological Park to the refuge.

Site description and biogeochemistry. Zodletone spring, located north of Zodletone Mountain in the Anadarko Basin of western Oklahoma, was first described by Havens (S. Havens, Reconnaissance of ground water in the vicinity of the Wichita Mountains, Southwestern Oklahoma; Oklahoma Geological Survey Circular no.

85, 13 pages, ), and its geological and hydrological characteristics Cited by:. means it’s official. Federal government websites often end Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site.The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge (Refuge) is one of the finest rock climbing areas in the southwest.

The Refuge's high-quality granite, multi-pitch routes, and wilderness setting provide outstanding opportunities for vertical adventures.The source is a contained area, approximately 1 m 2, Reconnaissance of ground water in the vicinity of the Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman, OK. Hirsch, P., and M. Muller. Planctomyces limnophilus sp. nov., a stalked and budding bacterium from fresh by: