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" Conemaugh beds and it foots up 593 feet 2 inches from the base of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Upper Freeport seam, which in this hole was found in 641 3 642 9 Depth. "
Preliminary Report on the Santa Maria Oil District, Santa Barbara County ... - Page 79
by Ralph Arnold, Robert van Vleck Anderson - 1907 - 69 pages
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The American Journal of Science, Volumes 161-162

Science - 1901
...Monongahela formation differed from those of the Upper Coal-measures of Rogers in that they extended from the base of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Washington coal, or the one succeeding the Waynesburg coal. The important point in connection with...
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Petroleum: A Treatise on the Geographical Distribution and Geological ...

Sir Boverton Redwood (bart.) - Natural gas - 1896
...shales, sandstones, and thin beds of limestone and coal, measuring about 500 feet in thickness and extending from the base of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Mahoning sandstone. They produce no oil or gas, save as regards the Mahoning sandstone, which is often...
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Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue 318

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1907
...used by them as a datum plane. FORMATIONS ABOVE THE PITTSBURG COALMONONGAHELA FORMATION. The rocks from the base of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Waynesburg coal are included in the Monongahela formation. This is one of the most important formations...
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Structure of the Berea Oil Sand in the Flushing Quadrangle, Harrison ...

William Tudor Griswold - Geology - 1908 - 30 pages
...interval between the Pittsburg coal and the Berea sand decreases or increases 10 feet. The distance from the base of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Berea sand was found to range from 1,464 feet to 1,613 feet, the lesser interval being along the north...
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Report

Pennsylvania. Topographic and Geological Survey Commission - 1908
...shales. The name Conemaugh (or Lower Barren Measures) has been applied to these rocks from the bottom of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Upper Freeport coal. From Pittsburg southward this formation has a thickness of about (i00 feet, increasing to the eastward...
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Report

Pennsylvania. Topographic and Geological Survey Commission - Pennsylvania - 1908
...shales. The name Conemaugh (or Lower Barren Measures) has been applied to these rocks from the bottom of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Upper Freeport coal. From Pittsburg southward this formation has a thickness of about 600 feet, increasing to the eastward...
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Topographic and Geological Survey of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania. Topographic and Geological Survey Commission - 1908
...shales. The name Conemaugh (or Lower Barren Measures) has been applied to these rocks from the bottom of the Pittsburg coal to the top of the Upper Freeport coal. From Pittsburg southward this formation has a thickness of about 600 feet, increasing to the eastward...
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