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Seite 62 - The Gabbros and Associated Hornblende Rocks occurring in the Neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland, by George Huntington Williams.
Seite 63 - SERIES E, CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS. B 9. Report of work done in the Washington laboratory during the fiscal year 1883-84, by FW Clarke and TM Chatard.
Seite 267 - WS 188. Water resources of the Rio Grande Valley in New Mexico and their development, by WT Lee.
Seite 197 - Survey, No. 285, Washington, 1906. pp. 357-361, fig. 12. ARNOLD, RALPH, and STRONG, AM Some crystalline rocks of the San Gabriel Mountains, California: Bull. Geol. Soc. America, vol. 16, Rochester. NY, April, 1905, pp. 183-204, 2 maps. BLACKMAR, CHARLES A. Register of oil wells, with map, Los Angeles city.
Seite 134 - Whittier and Los Nietos and also at the Puente Company's refinery at Chino. The Union Oil Company is the only one shipping oil by water from this district, its loading point being San Pedro, which, as already mentioned, is connected by pipe line with Norwalk and thence with all the fields of the Puente Hills.
Seite 87 - The whole of the lower half of the Vaqueros strata exposed in Tapo Canyon shows a greater or less impregnation with petroleum. No unusual amount appears to have been assembled in proximity to the axis of the main anticline, and it may be that the productive territory is a particularly rich portion of the series of beds which, from some cause or other, has held its oil better than the great mass of the beds in the region. From the surface no reason can be seen for the enrichment of one portion of...