Texas State Archives Map Collection
Structural Map of Texas. Subtitle: Showing structural contours, oil and gas fields, salt domes, and major faults
|Publisher:||Lithographed by A. Hoen and Company, Baltimore, Maryland. Issued July 1936. Base map is adapted from map of Texas issued by the Soil Conservation Service of the United States, …|
|Scale:||1 inch = 15.78 miles|
|Size:||102 cm x 126 cm|
|Type of Map:||geologic|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Structural Map of Texas. Subtitle: Showing structural contours, oil and gas fields, salt domes, and major faults Image:
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[Pub., cont.] ... Department of Agriculture Shows rivers, creeks, counties, cities, towns, and railroads in addition to the structural geological features mentioned in the subtitle. The contour intervals are 500 feet. Inset: [Panhandle of Texas.] There is a key to the various symbols used. Chart: General Columar Section Showing Stratigraphic Position of Horizons Used in Contouring. Long. 93 deg. 30' - 106 deg. 30' This map can be found in the publication, Geology of Texas, volume II, Structural and Economic Geology, Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas. 7/26/82
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