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Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

1938

Whitehall

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A Study On The Origin Of Banded Agate, James E. Driscoll Jun 1938

A Study On The Origin Of Banded Agate, James E. Driscoll

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Agate in any of its varieties presents numerous problems in regard to its origin. Many types have been described and their beauty elaborated upon, but little has been written concerning their formation and the problems involved. The genesis of agate implicates an amazing complexity of physical and colloid­al chemistry, as well as, various principles of geology.


Study And Correlation Of Belt And Cambrian Arkoses Near Limespur, Montana, Ryan C. Mcnamee Jun 1938

Study And Correlation Of Belt And Cambrian Arkoses Near Limespur, Montana, Ryan C. Mcnamee

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

In the vicinity of Limespur, Montana, a siding along the Northern Pacific Railroad near Whitehall, Montana, occurs a characteristic type of arkose where­ in many small red mineral grains are distributed throughout the rock mass. It is in this respect that this arkose differs from other arkoses in the surrounding region.


The Jefferson Canyon Gypsum Deposit., Arthur Talpt Jun 1938

The Jefferson Canyon Gypsum Deposit., Arthur Talpt

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Gypsum deposits are widespread geographically and are in many geo­logic formations. Ordinarily their character and origin, for the most part sedimentary, are not difficult to ascertain. Near Lewis and Clark Caverns, east of Whitehall, Montana, occurs a deposit of gypsum unique in many re­spects.


The Geology Of The Southern Central Portion Of The Morrison Cave Area., Arthur Talpt Feb 1938

The Geology Of The Southern Central Portion Of The Morrison Cave Area., Arthur Talpt

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Morrison Cave is located about 50 miles southeast of Butte, Montana. It was named after the man who discovered it. Later it was taken over by the State and renamed Morrison Cave State Park. Recently the government with the aid of the Civilian Conservation Corps has built a new road to the cave and has made the interior more accessible. The name of the cave is now Lewis and Clark Cavern National Monument.