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Bulletin 52—Bibliography of New Mexico geology and mineral technology, 1951–1955

By C. F. Schilling and J. H. Schilling, 1956, 136 pp.

Others in this series include Bulletins 43, 74, 90, 99, 106, 108, 109, 110, 120, 123, 130, and 151. In this bibliography, the works listed are from the years 1951-1955 and serves as a supplement to Bulletin 43. A few references published before 1951, which are not cited in Bulletin 43, are cited here. This volume, the 2nd in a series of bibliographic bulletins, extends comprehensive coverage of the published and unpublished geologic literature of NM. The references include articles published in scientific journals; reports, serials, and monographs published by federal and state agencies, professional societies, research institutions, and scientific publishers; abstracts of papers presented at professional meetings; and research papers, theses, and dissertations completed as part of M.S. and Ph.D. degree requirements. Complete references are listed alphabetically by senior author; junior authors and cross references are included in the alphabetical arrangement. Each reference is indexed one or more times by subject, geographic location, age, and/or rock-stratigraphic unit.

Both published and unpublished literature pertinent to the geology of NM have been included. Contains references of New Mexico geoscience and mineral technology not included in earlier bibliographies as well as those not included in the chronologically correct volume. Includes references on geology, geophysics, geochemistry, hydrogeology, and mineral technology.

The bibliography cites literature that (1) deals directly with the geology of NM, (2) describes geology outside of the state pertinent to NM, and (3) includes NM in a regional study of the Southwest. Bureau bibliographies reflect the growth of the geosciences, expanding to include geophysical, geochemical, geothermal, and paleontological investigations; the quantity, quality, and protection of water resources; geologic hazards and engineering geology; the safe disposal of hazardous and radioactive wastes; technology supporting economical and enhanced recovery of mineral and energy resources; and site reclamation.

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