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Aquifers of Texas. By John B. Ashworth and Janie Hopkins. Texas Water Development Board, Report 345, November 1995.
TD 224 T4 A333 NO.345 1995 GEOL
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Balcones Escarpment. By Patrick L. Abbott and C. M. Woodruff. A guide to the geologic setting, flood problems, ecology, natural history, archeology, and land use problems of the Balcones Escarpment and adjacent areas.
QE 77 G46 1986 NO.14 GEOL
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Bedrock geology of Round Rock and the Surrounding Areas. By Todd B. Housh. Williamson and Travis Counties, Texas.
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Guidebook to the Geology of Travis County. The full text of this 1977 guidebook.
QE 168 T729 T494 1977 GEOL
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Walking the Forty Acres : Building Stones Precambrian to Pleistocene. By S.P. Ellison and Joseph J. Jones. Explore the geology of buildings on the UT Austin campus.
TN 951 T4 E444 1984 GEOL
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Walking the Forty Acres : Waller Creek Wilderness Trails and Adjuncts. By S.P. Ellison, Joseph J. Jones, and Keith Young. Explore the nature and geology of the UT Austin campus terrain.
GV 199.42 T49 E444 1983 GEOL
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Virtual Landscapes of Texas. Rare, fragile, hard-to-find, public domain documents covering various topics about the landscape of Texas. Includes the Texas Geological Survey from 1887 until 1894. Digitized documents were made available through the combined efforts of the Texas State Libraries, the University of Texas Libraries, and the Walter Family Fund through the Geology Foundation.
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Mammoth Cave of Kentucky. By James Hoyes Panton. Published in 1890, this amazing little travel guide has many unique and interesting photo illustrations.
GB 606 M35 P368 GEOL
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OnTrack. The Newsletter of the International Fission-Track Community.
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Petrology of Sedimentary Rocks. By Robert L. Folk. This out-of-print classic is published on the web with the permission of the author.
QE 471 F63 GEOL
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Bureau of Economic Geology : Maps of Texas. This is a small sampling from the 46,000+ maps available in the Tobin Map Collection.

Geologic Atlas of Texas - 1:250,000 Scanned Sheets. Texas Water Development Board.

Geological Atlas of the United States of America is "a set of 227 folios published by the U.S. Geological Survey between 1894 and 1945. Each folio includes both topographic and geologic maps for each quad represented in that folio, as well as description of the basic and economic geology of the area."

Geosciences Links : Maps.

Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection.

Texas Aquifers: Maps. From TNRIS and BEG.

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