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  Sedgwick County Geohydrolgy

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Abstract

Introduction

Geography

General Geology

Geologic History

Geologic Formations

Ground Water

Wells and Springs

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References

Plates

 

Selected References

Bass, N. W., 1929, The geology of Cowley County, Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 12, p. 1-203.

Bayne, C. K., 1956, Geology and ground-water resources of Reno County, Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 120, p. 1-130. [available online]

Bayne, C. K., 1960, Geology and ground-water resources of Harper County, Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 143, p. 1-184. [available online]

Bayne, C. K., 1962, Geology and ground-water resources of Cowley County, Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 158, p. 1-219. [available online]

Beede, J. W., 1898, The McPherson Equus beds: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 15, p. 104-110, pl. 2-4.

Broeker, M. E., and Fischel, V. C., 1961, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Kansas, 1960: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 153, p. 1-183.

Broeker, M. E., and Fischel, V. C., 1962, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Kansas, 1961: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 159, p. 1-166.

Cope, E. D., 1889, The Edentata of North America: Am. Naturalist, v. 23, p. 657-664.

Cope, E. D., 1895, The antiquity of man in North America: Am. Naturalist, v. 29, p. 593-599.

Dean, H. T., 1936, Chronic endemic dental fluorosis: Am. Med. Assoc. Jour., v. 107, p. 1269-1272.

Dean, H. T., Jay, P., Arnold, F. A., Jr., and Elvove, E., 1941, Domestic waters and dental caries: Public Health Repts., v. 56, p. 365-381, 761-792.

Deere, E. O., 1908, A fossil tusk found in the Equus beds in McPherson County: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 21, pt. 1, p. 115-117.

Fishel, V. C., and Broeker, M. E., 1960, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Kansas, 1959: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 146, p. 1-174.

Fishel, V. C., Gulley, E. L., and Reavis, E. L., 1959, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Kansas, 1958: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 141, p. 1-146.

Fishel, V. C., and Mason, B. J., 1957, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Kansas, 1956: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 125, p. 1-158.

Fishel, V. C., and Mason, B. J., 1958, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Kansas, 1957: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 131, p. 1-152.

Frye, J. C., 1939, Physiographic significance of loess near McPherson, Kansas: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologist Bull., v. 23, no. 8, p. 1232-1233.

Frye, J. C., and Hibbard, C. W., 1941, Stratigraphy and paleontology of a new middle and upper Pliocene formation of south-central Kansas: Jour. Geology, v. 49, p. 261-278, fig. 1-6.

Frye, J. C., Leonard, A. B., and Hibbard, C. W., 1943, Westward extension of the Kansas "Equus Beds": Jour. Geology, v. 51, no. 1, p. 33-47.

Frye, J. C., and Leonard, A. B., 1952, Pleistocene geology of Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 99, p. 1-230. [available online]

Frye, J. C., Leonard, A. B., and Swineford, Ada, 1956, Stratigraphy of the Ogallala Formation (Neogene) of northern Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 118, p. 1-92, fig. 1-5, pl. 1-9. [available online]

Grimsley, G. P., and Bailey, E. H. S., 1899, Special report on gypsum and gypsum cement plasters: Kansas Univ. Geol. Survey v. 5, p. 1-183.

Harnly, H J., 1895, Volcanic dust: Science, n. ser., v. 2, p. 77-78.

Harnly, H J., 1934, Vertebrate fossils from McPherson Equus beds: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 37, p. 151.

Haworth, Erasmus, and Beede, J. W., 1897, The McPherson Equus beds: Univ. Geol. Survey of Kansas, v. 2, p. 285-296.

Hay, O. P., 1917, Description of a new species of mastodon, Gomphotherium elegans, from the Pleistocene of Kansas: U. S. Natl. Museum Proc., v. 53, no. 2198, p. 219-221.

Hay, O. P., 1924, The Pleistocene of the middle region of North America and its vertebrated animals: Carnegie Inst., Pub. 322A, p. 1-385.

Hibbard, C. W., 1948, Late Cenozoic climatic conditions in the High Plains of western Kansas: Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 59, no. 6, p. 592-597.

Hibbard, C. W., 1952, Vertebrate fossils from late Cenozoic deposits of central Kansas: Univ. Kansas, Paleont. Contr., Vertebrata, Art. 2, p. 1-14. [available online]

Hibbard, C. W., 1956, Vertebrate fossils from the Meade formation of southwestern Kansas: Michigan Acad. Sci., Arts and Letters, v. 41, p. 145-203.

Jones, O. S., 1938, Chloride survey in the north portion of Wichita, Kansas: Kansas State Bureau of Health, Div. of Sanitation, Oil Waste Disposal Sec., pamphlet, p. 1-10.

Kansas State Board of Agriculture, 1959, Kansas Agriculture: 42d Ann. Rept.

Kulstad, R. O., 1959, Thickness and salt percentage of the Hutchinson salt: in Symposium on geophysics in Kansas, W. W. Hambleton, ed.: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 137, p. 241-247. [Available online]

Lane, C. W., 1960, Geology and ground-water resources of Kingman County, Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 144, p. 1-174. [available online]

Lindahl, Josua, 1893, Description of a skull of Megalonyx leidyi, n. sp.: Am. Philos. Sec. Trans., n. ser., V. 17, p. 1-10

Lohman, S. W., and Frye, J. C., 1940, Geology and ground-water resources of the "Equus beds" area in south-central Kansas: Econ. Geology, v. 35, no. 7, p. 839-866.

Lohman, S. W., Frye, J. C., Waite, H. A., Fishel, V. C., McLaughlin, T. G., Latta, B. F., and Abernathy, G, E., 1942, Ground-water supplies available in Kansas for national defense industries; with a chapter by Knapp, G. S., and Spiegel, J. B.: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 41, pt. 2, p. 21-68, fig. 1-3, pl. 1-4.

Meinzer, O. E., 1914, Preliminary report on ground water for irrigation in the vicinity of Wichita, Kansas: U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 345, p. 21-23.

Meinzer, O. E., 1923a, The occurrence of ground water in the United States, with a discussion of principles: U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 489, p. 1-321, fig. 1-110, pl. 1-31.

Meinzer, O. E., 1923b, Outline of ground-water hydrology, with definitions: U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 494, p. 1-71, fig. 1-35.

Metzler, D. F., and Stoltenberg, H. A., 1950, The public health significance of high nitrate waters as a cause of infant cyanosis and methods of control: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 53, no. 2, p. 194-211.

Mohler, R. E., 1938, A new Ambelodon for Kansas: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 41, p. 219-221.

Moore, R. C., 1920, Geology of Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 6, pt. 2, p. 1-98, fig. 1-12.

Moore, R. C., and Landes, K. K., 1937, Geologic map of Kansas, scale 1:500,000: Kansas Geol. Survey.

Moore, R. C., 1940, Ground-water resources of Kansas; with chapters by Lohman, S. W., Frye, J. C., Waite, H. A., McLaughlin, T. G., and Latta, Bruce: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 27, p. 11-32.

Nininger, H. H., 1928, Pleistocene fossils from McPherson County, Kansas, 1921 to 1924: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 31, p. 96-97.

Nininger, H. H., 1939, Permian red beds of Kansas: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 23, p. 1751-1819.

Parker, H. N., 1911, Quality of water supplies of Kansas: U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 273, p. 375.

Piper, A. M., 1953, The nationwide water situation: in Subsurface facilities of water management and patterns of supply-type area studies: U. S. House Comm. Interior and Insular Affairs Rept., Phys. and Econ. Found. Nat. Resources, v. 4, p. 1-20.

Prosser, C. S., 1897, The upper Permian and the lower Cretaceous: Kansas Univ. Geol. Survey, v. 2, p. 96-181.

Schoewe, W. H., 1949, The geography of Kansas, pt. 2, Physical geography: Kansas Acad. Sci. Trans., v. 52, no. 3, p. 261-333.

Scott, W. B., 1897, An introduction to geology: p. 1-573, MacMillan & Co., New York.

Stramel, G. J., 1956, Progress report on the ground-water hydrology of the Equus beds area, Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 119, pt. 1, p. 1-59.

Swineford, Ada, 1955, Petrography of upper Permian rocks in south-central Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 111, p. 1-179. [available online]

Taylor, D. W., 1960, Late Cenozoic molluscan faunas from the High Plains: U.S. Geol. Survey Prof. Paper 337, p. 94.

Udden, J. A., 1891, Megalonyx-beds in Kansas: Am. Geologist, v. 7, no. 6, p. 340-345.

U.S. Geological Survey, 1938 to 1956, Water levels and artesian pressure in observation wells in the United States, pt. 3, North-central States: Issued annually as water-supply papers.

U.S. Public Health Service, 1962, Drinking water standards: U. S. Public Health Pub. 956, p. 1-61.

U.S. Salinity Laboratory Staff, 1954, Diagnosis and improvement of saline and alkali soils: U. S. Dept. Agr. Handbook 60, p. 1-160.

U. S. Weather Bureau; Climatological data, Kansas section.

Ver Wiebe, W. A., 1937, The Wellington formation of central Kansas: Wichita Municipal Univ. Bull., v. 12, no. 5, p. 3-18.

Walters, K. L., 1961, Geology and ground-water resources of Sumner County, Kansas: Kansas Geol. Survey, Bull. 151, p. 1-198, fig. 1-11, pl. 1-4. [available online]

Williams, C. C., and Lohman, S. W., 1947, Methods used in estimating the ground-water supply in the Wichita, Kansas, well-field area: Am. Geophysical Union Trans., v. 27, no. 6, p. 120-131.

Williams, C. C., and Lohman, S. W., 1949, Geology and ground-water resources of a part of south-central Kansas, with special reference to the Wichita municipal water supply: Kansas Geol. Survy Bull. 79, p. 1-455. [available online]

Williston, S. W., 1897, The Kansas Niobrara Cretaceous: Kansas Univ. Geol. Survey, v. 2, p. 235-246.

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