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    • Mountains, streams, and lakes of Oklahoma

    • Geography--Oklahoma.; Lakes--Oklahoma.; Rivers--Oklahoma.; Mountains--Oklahoma.
    • Mountains and streams define the landscape of Oklahoma. The mountains consist mainly of resistant rock masses that were folded, faulted, and thrust upward in the geologic past, whereas the streams have persisted in eroding less-resistant rock units...
    • Oklahoma mineral locality index

    • Mines and mineral resources--Oklahoma.
    • One of the most popular and well-researched publications on Oklahoma minerals is "Oklahoma Mineral Locality Index" by Arthur E. Smith, Jr., Robert O. Fay, and Joe Lobell. The article was published in the July/August (vol. 72, p. 252-264) issue of...
    • Southern Arcadia Lake, November 2013 earthquake swarm

    • Earthquakes--Oklahoma--Arcadia Lake.; Arcadia Lake (Okla.)
    • poster format; The poster contains maps, text, and illustrations with information about locations, magnitudes, intensity and other aspects of the recent earthquakes in the Edmond and Oklahoma City area.; Increased earthquake activity south of...
    • Oklahoma oil, natural gas, and our place in the big picture.

    • Petroleum industry and trade--Oklahoma.; Gas industry--Oklahoma.; Petroleum industry and trade.
    • Although oil and natural gas have always been an integral part of the Oklahoma economy, few are aware of their history in the state, and fewer still are familiar with the underlying issues that ultimately control the industry's health. This...
    • Infant safe sleep

    • Sudden infant death syndrome--Prevention.; Sudden infant death syndrome--Oklahoma.
    • Sudden Unexplained Infant Death (SUID) can be very scary for families but there are many things that researchers are learning that can help keep our babies safe; The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute...
    • Geology of Red Rock Canyon State Park.

    • Geology--Oklahoma.; Red Rock Canyon State Park (Okla.).
    • Red Rock Canyon State Park is located along U.S. Highway 281 just south of Hinton, in northeastern Caddo County, Oklahoma. The park is dissected by a south-flowing tributary of Sugar Creek, which in turn flows south-southeast into the Washita...
    • Geologic hazards in Oklahoma

    • Natural disasters--Oklahoma.; Geology--Oklahoma.; Environmental degradation--Oklahoma.
    • The purpose of this report is to inform readers about geologic hazards, natural and man-made, in Oklahoma. This information should be useful to homeowners, planners, elected officials, contractors, and others for making decisions that will avoid...
    • Petrified wood in Oklahoma

    • Trees, Fossil--Oklahoma.
    • Suneson's 16-page publication on petrified wood in Oklahoma describes how the wood is preserved, where it is found, and from what geologic ages Oklahoma's petrified wood derives. He also gives you a look at its uses as a cultural object, the myths...
    • Industrial-mineral resources of Oklahoma

    • Mineral industries--Oklahoma.;
    • Industrial minerals (which are the nonfuel, nonmetallic minerals that have potential for economic use) are widely distributed in Oklahoma, and many of them are being mined for local, regional, and national markets. Numerous and varied...
    • Geology and mineral resources of Oklahoma

    • Geology--Oklahoma.; Mines and mineral resources--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma is a region of complex geology where several major sedimentary basins are set amongst mountain ranges and uplifts. The State contains many classic areas where fundamental concepts of geology, petroleum exploration, and minerals production...

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