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Petrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas

C. L. Jones

Petrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas

by C. L. Jones

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petrology -- Kansas.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Permian.,
  • Evaporites -- Kansas.,
  • Geology -- Kansas.,
  • Mineralogy -- Kansas.,
  • Rocks, Carbonate -- Kansas.,
  • Rock salt -- Kansas.,
  • Anhydrite -- Kansas.,
  • Carbonate minerals -- Kansas.,
  • Sedimentation and deposition -- Kansas.,
  • Drill cores -- Kansas.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. L. Jones.
    SeriesContributions to general geology, Geological Survey bulletin -- 1201-A
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 70 p. :
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22977272M

    The Milan limestone member, which marks the top of the Wellington in southern Kansas, was not recognized near Lindsborg where the upper contact was drawn at the line or zone of color change from predominantly gray shale to red shale. Plate 8C--Gray shale and gypsum in the Wellington formation in NE sec. 3, T. 27 S., R. 1 E.; gypsum at water's. Petrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas: a study of halite, anhydrite, and carbonate rocks in a part of the lower permian sequence of central Kansas / .

    the geology of a portion of the hutchinson salt member of the wellington formation in the mine of the carey salt company, lyons, kansas. Canyon, Mo®at Co., Colorado; in the Wellington Formation, in Lyon Co., Kansas; in the County rock quarry, Sparta, White Co., Tennessee; and from a number of localities in west-central Montana, as between Bowman's Corner and Wolf Creek, Lewis and Clark Co.

    Petrography of Evaporites From the Wellington Formation Near Hutchinson, Kansas IB Department of the Interior Quaternary Geology of the Mount Chamberlin Area Brooks Range, Alaska IE Department of the Interior Bedrock Geology of the Grand Lake Area Aroostook, Hancock, Penobscot, and Washington Counties, Maine JONES C. L. () Petrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas. USGS Bull. A. JONES C. L. and MADSEN B. M. () Evaporite geology of fifth ore zone, Carlsbad District, southeastern New Mexico.


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(Charles Leslie), Petrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas: a study of halite, anhydrite, and carbonate rocks in a part of the lower permian sequence of central Kansas Author: C L Jones ; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Get this from a library. Petrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas. [C L Jones] -- "A study of halite, anhydrite, and carbonate rocks in a part of the lower Permian sequence of central Kansas.".

Get this from a library. Petrography of evaporites from the Wellington formation near Hutchinson, Kansas. [C L Jones]. The Hutchinson Salt, underlying an area of ~96, km 2 (37, mi 2) mainly in central and south-central Kansas, is considered a saline giant (Walters, ; Fig.

1).It attains a thickness of up to m in Kansas and is composed of ~60%–80% halite (Kulstad, ; Walters, ).Although this bedded halite deposit is one of the Earth’s most famous salt deposits, it has been the subject of.

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All the Permian salt beds which have been exploited commerically for salt to date are restricted to the Hutchinson salt member of the Wellington formation. The history of development of Kansas salt industry has been ably summarized by Taft () and much of the following discussion is.

The Muskeg Formation, as established by J. Law inis a complex of intricately interbedded and interfingering carbonate and evaporite rocks, with interspersed insoluble residual beds. Contrasting Siliciclastic-Evaporite Strata In Subsurface and Outcrop: An Example From the Permian Nippewalla Group of Kansas, U.S.A Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Sedimentary Research 85(6.

The top of the Wellington formation, at which the principal change in color from gray to red takes place in southern Kansas, is marked by the Milan limestone member.

According to Norton (, p. ), this member includes three thin limestones (one or more of which may be missing) in the topmost 8 feet of the Wellington formation.

Petrography of Evaporites from the Wellington Formation Near Hutchinson, Kansas: Issue Charles Leslie Jones A study of halite, anhydrite, and carbonate rocks in a part of the lower Permian. C.L. JonesPetrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas United States Geological Survey Bulletin, A (), p.

70 Google Scholar. PDF | OnAnna Sofia Andeskie and others published The science and industry of the Permian Hutchinson Salt | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Evaluation of the Role of Evaporite Karst in the Hutchinson, Kansas, Gas Explosions, January 17 January Project: Mineralogy, geochemistry, and origin of metalliferous.

Evaporites Through Space and Time Book Summary: This book is an exploration of varying approaches to the study of the deposition, diagenesis and stratigraphy of evaporites. The volume includes papers from chemical modellers, who work on the basis of geochemical representations of the formative water bodies, and from basin-wide depositional-stratigraphical modellers, who propose.

Cowan, Dennis W.,A history of the salt industry in Hutchinson, Kansas Kansas State Teachers CollegePetrography of evaporites from the Wellington Formation near Hutchinson, Kansas: U.S. Geol. Survey, Bull Swineford, Ada,Petrography of upper Permian rocks in south-central Kansas: Kansas Geol.This book is an exploration of varying approaches to the study of the deposition, diagenesis and stratigraphy of evaporites.

The volume includes papers from chemical modellers, who work on the basis of geochemical representations of the formative water bodies, and from basin-wide depositional-stratigraphical modellers, who propose depositional scenarios that are fitted to individual basinal.