Carolina Geological Society: history, 1937-1968

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Carolina Geological Society , [n.p.]
Carolina Geological Society -- His
Statementby E. Willard Berry and S. Duncan Heron, Jr.
ContributionsHeron, S. Duncan 1926- joint author.
LC ClassificationsQE1.C233 B47
The Physical Object
Pagination18, [9] l.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5451292M
LC Control Number73153335

The Carolina Geological Society was founded in by Wilbur C. Holland of the Department of Geology at Furman University. In April of that year, he sent a questionnaire to at least 50 people in education, government and industry in which he asked opinions about the formation of an organization to promote interest in geology in the Carolinas.

Carolina Geological Society Guidebook for the South Carolina Coastal Plain Field Trip. by George E. Siple. A northeast-southwest transect across the Coastal Plain of South Carolina between Cheraw and Harleyville visiting stops of Late Cretaceous, Tertiary, and Quaternary age.

27 pages, 1 table, 3 figures. To celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, the Carolina Geological Society invited forty-three authors to contribute to the creation of The Geology of the Carolinas. The only comprehensive, modern treatment of the subject, the volume has been prepared for a diverse readership ranging from undergraduate students to specialists in the fields of 5/5(4).

Written by a UNC Geological Sciences professor, this is a reader-friendly guide to the geology of North Carolina and South Carolina. It pairs a brief geological history of the region with 31 field trips to sites where one can observe firsthand the evidence of geologic change found in rocks, river basins, mountains, waterfalls, and coastal land : Therese Triumph.

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To celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, the Carolina Geological Society invited forty-three authors to contribute to the creation of The Geology of the Carolinas. The only comprehensive, modern treatment of the subject, the volume has been prepared for a diverse readership ranging from undergraduate students to specialists in the fields of geology and related earth sciences.

Carolina Geological Society. likes. The Carolina Geological Society's goal is to promote the geosciences, especially within the states of North and South Carolina.

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This guidebook provides detailed itineraries of three field trips associated with the GSA Southeastern Section Meeting in Charleston, South Carolina. The first chapter outlines the fossiliferous deposits near Charleston historically referred to as the “Ashley Phosphate Beds,” which include sharks, rays, sea turtles, whales, and other.

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- Geology of the Carolinas. See more ideas about Geology, Carolina, South carolina pins. U.S. Geological Survey. Carolina Geological Society, Vice-President () _____ References Cited (*indicates relevant publication submitted for review) Hatcher, R. D., Jr.,Stratigraphy of the Brevard zone and Poor Mountain area, northwestern South Carolina: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v.

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Horton Jr. and N. Rast, Editorial Boards. Associate Editor, Geological Society of America Bulletin, –90 and – Editorial Board, South Carolina Geology, Anthony (Tony) Martin was born in Terre Haute, Indiana. Following up on an early affinity to natural history, he combined interests in biology and geology to earn a B.S.

degree in geobiology from St. Joseph’s College (Indiana), an M.S. in geology from Miami University (Ohio), and a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Georgia.

Bob was also a dedicated member of the Geological Society of America. He co-convened a Penrose Conference inserved as associate editor of 2 Program Book 50% Total Recovered Fiber 30% Post-Consumer South Carolina Department of Natural Resources—South Carolina Geological Survey.

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