Publications about Missouri Geology
Geologic Wonders and Curiosities of Missouri, by Thomas R. Beveridge, Second Edition, revised by Jerry D. Vineyard, 392 p., 163 figs., app., 1991. Locates and describes more than 400 interesting geologic features including mountains, hills, knobs, mounds, shutins, waterfalls, rapids, bluffs and others. ED-04.
Missouri Landscapes: A Tour Through Time, by John L. Hawker, ED-07.
Revised Recharge Areas of Selected Large Springs in the Big Four Region of the Ozarks, by James W. Duley and Cecil Boswell, 2017, 155 p., 110 figs, 10 tbls.
Springs of Missouri, by Jerry D. Vineyard and Gerald L. Feder, with sections on fauna and flora by William L. Pflieger and Robert G. Lipscomb, 267 p., 94 figs., 26 tbls., 1974 (reprinted 1982). Describes and locates large springs of Missouri; includes rates of flow, and water composition and quality. Provides information on what makes springs work, pollution potential, historical use of springs, and flora and fauna found in and around them.
Guidebook to the Geology Along Interstate-55 in Missouri, RI-62.
Guidebook to the Geology Along Interstate Highway 44 (I-44) in Missouri, RI-71.
The Stratigraphic Succession in Missouri, V-40.
Paleozoic Succession in Missouri, Part 1, Cambrian System, RI-70/1.
Paleozoic Succession in Missouri, Part 2, Ordovician System, RI-70/2.
Paleozoic Succession in Missouri, Part 3, Silurian and Devonian Systems, RI-70/3.
Paleozoic Succession in Missouri, Part 4, Mississippian System, RI-70/4.
Paleozoic Succession in Missouri, Part 5, Pennsylvanian System, RI-70/5.
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- Surface Elevation Map of Missouri FS-07
- Surficial Materials Map of Missouri FS-16
- Topographic Relief of Missouri FS-05
Field Notebooks – Geologists use field notebooks to record information about geologic and hydrologic features while doing research in the great outdoors. The notebooks are indispensable tools for geologists and they serve as guidebooks to the future as well as the past.