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AR-2017   Annual Report: Fiscal Year 2017: 2017. A report containing operational and financial information submitted annually to the State Legislature; highlights current projects, staff, and new publications for the year. Limited availability; issues since 2003 can be viewed on our website http://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/ under “Publications”. Link to 2017 Annual Report

 
AR-2018   Annual Report: Fiscal Year 2018: 2018. A report containing operational and financial information submitted annually to the State Legislature; highlights current projects, staff, and new publications for the year. Limited availability; issues since 2003 can be viewed on our website http://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/ under “Publications”. Link to 2018 Annual Report

 
DDS-5   WVGES Oil and Gas Well Data for West Virginia: May 2018. (First release 1/2005, updated annually) Data for more than 152,000 individual oil and gas wells. DVD contains data in two formats: both as comma-delimited ASCII text files (with data fields enclosed in double quotes) and also as a generic Microsoft ® Access database. Data types include: well locations, well owners/completions, pay/show/water intervals, stratigraphy, production reported since 1979, plugging, e-logs available at the Survey, and well samples and cores available at the Survey; record formats and a ReadMe file are provided in PDF format. Further information is available on the WVGES website: http://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/www/news/ogdvd2.html

 
FTG-9   What the H!? Paleozoic Stratigraphy Exposed, Pre-Meeting Field Trip Guide for the 46th Annual Meeting, Eastern Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (ESAAPG), Morgantown, West Virginia, September 24 and 25, 2017: Paula J. Hunt, R.R. McDowell, B.M. Blake, Jr., J. Toro, and P.A. Dinterman, 2017, 99 p, 73 f. Regional Stratigraphy and Structure in the Central Appalachians from the Ordovician to the Pennsylvanian as seen in new outcrops along US 48 (“Corridor H”) and other locations. West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Field Trip Guide describes 10 locations visited over the 2-day trip, as well as overviews of regional structure, stratigraphy, and economic resources. Bibliography, color maps, photographs.

 
FTG-10   Appalachian Basin Stratigraphy, Tectonics, and Eustasy from the Blue Ridge to the Allegheny Front, Virginia and West Virginia: Haynes, John T., Alan D. Pitts, Daniel H. Doctor, Richard J. Diecchio, B. Mitchell Blake, Jr., 2018, 89 p, 32 f. This guide is from a two-day field trip in western Virginia and eastern West Virginia held before the 2015 Geological Society of America annual meeting in Baltimore, Maryland. The field trip examines exposures of Paleozoic sedimentary strata in the Appalachian Basin starting in the Blue Ridge physiographic province, going through the Valley and Ridge physiographic province, and ending in the Appalachian Plateau physiographic province. Most of the field-trip stops are along US 48 (Corridor H) in West Virginia. Bibliography, color maps, photographs.

 
OF-1602   Bedrock Geologic Map of the Parsons and Southern Part of Saint George 7.5' Quadrangles, West Virginia: J.S. Chapman, J.W. Perkins, R.J. Johnson, J.Q. Britton, B. L. Nugent, G.W. Daft, Jr., Digital Cartography by S.E. Gooding, 2017, 1 maps, 1:24,000, 42" x 45". Full color map shows geology and structure, strike/dip. Map layout includes text, legend, and cross section. Scan available on CD-ROM and files for GIS.

 
OF-1603   Bedrock Geology of the Kingwood, Terra Alta and Oakland (WV Portion) 7.5' Quadrangles, West Virginia: G. H. McColloch, J. S. McColloch, S.E. Gooding, Digital Cartography by S.E. Gooding, 2017, 32 p, 1 maps, 1:24,000, 65" x 42". Full-color map shows geology and structure. Map layout includes stratigraphic column, legend, and cross section. Text in booklet. Scan available on CD-ROM and files for GIS.

 
OF-1702   Bedrock Geologic Map of the Montrose 7.5' Quadrangle, West Virginia: G. H. McColloch, J. S. McColloch, S.E. Gooding; Digital Cartography by S.E. Gooding, 2018, 20 p, 1 maps, 1:24,000, 36" x 42". Full-color map shows geology and structure. Map layout includes stratigraphic column, legend, and cross section. Text in booklet. Scan available on CD-ROM and files for GIS.

 
OF-1703   Bedrock Geologic Map of the Lead Mine 7.5' Quadrangle, West Virginia: J.S. Chapman, Perkins, J.W.; Britton, J.Q.; Johnson, R.J.; Digital Cartography by S.E. Gooding, 2018, 1 maps, 1:24,000, 52" x 38". Full color map shows geology and structure, strike/dip. Map layout includes text, legend, cross section and stratigraphic column. Scan available on CD-ROM and files for GIS.

 
OF-1704   Bedrock Geologic Map of the Mozark Mountain 7.5' Quadrangle, West Virginia: J.W. Perkins, Chapman, J.S.; Johnson, R.J.; Britton, J.Q.; Nugent, B.L.; Daft, Jr., G.W.; Digital Cartography by S.E. Gooding, 2018, 1 maps, 1:24,000, 52" x 36". Full color map shows geology and structure, strike/dip. Map layout includes text, legend, cross section and stratigraphic column. Scan available on CD-ROM and files for GIS.

 
OF-1705   Bedrock Geologic Map of the White Sulphur Springs 7.5' Quadrangle, West Virginia: P. J. Hunt, McDowell, R.R.; Burns, M.S.; Digital Cartography by S.E. Gooding, 2018, 2 p, 2 maps, 1 tables, 1:24,000, 38" x 52". Full color map shows geology and structure, strike/dip. Map layout includes text, legend, 2 cross sections and stratigraphic column. Geochemical Report insert. Scan available on CD-ROM and files for GIS.

 
RI-35   Lithostratigraphy of Middle and Upper Devonian Organic-Rich Shales in West Virginia: R. M. Boswell, S. E. Pool, 2018, 47 p, 31 f. RI-35 and the accompanying products are the result of a peer-reviewed study addressing the distribution and thickness of formally and informally recognized Middle and Upper Devonian rock strata in West Virginia focusing on the Marcellus and other organic-rich shales. Nearly 400 wells were studied, primarily using gamma-ray geophysical well logs, to develop a statewide formalization of the lithostratigraphic nomenclature. Results from the study may prove useful given continued interest in Appalachian basin hydrocarbon resource development and storage opportunities. The full publication package is being freely distributed on the WVGES web site and consists of the report, an interactive map application, a series of stratigraphic cross-sections, and a downloadable Excel spreadsheet. http://www.wvgs.wvnet.edu/www/MUDvnnSh/MUDvnnSh.htm