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Geological Survey of Alabama

Geological Survey of Alabama

The Geological Survey of Alabama, established in 1848, provides service and information to Alabama and its citizens as a natural resource data gathering and research agency. As part of its mission, GSA explores and evaluates the mineral, water, energy, biological, and other natural resources of the State of Alabama and conducts basic and applied research in these fields.


http://www.gsa.state.al.us/
info@gsa.state.al.us

Location
420 Hackberry Lane
Tuscaloosa , AL 35401
GSA water well cuttings from the Ragland #2 well in St. Clair County, GSA number 4565.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Rock cuttings
Invertebrate fossil, GSA Mesozoic number 4603, from the GSA Mesozoic invertebrate paleontology collection. This specimen box contains 1 specimen(s) of the Oyster Exogyra cancellata from the Cretaceous Ripley Formation in Undetermined County, Undetermined state, USA.
Invertebrate fossil, GSA Mesozoic number 4659, from the GSA Mesozoic invertebrate paleontology collection. This specimen box contains 1 specimen(s) of the Bivalve Unidentified genus from the Cretaceous Ripley Formation in Sumter County, AL, USA.
Invertebrate fossil, GSA Mesozoic number 4738, from the GSA Mesozoic invertebrate paleontology collection. This specimen box contains 1 specimen(s) of the Gastropod Unidentified genus from the Cretaceous Ripley Formation in Barbour County, AL, USA.
Invertebrate fossil, GSA Mesozoic number 3352, from the GSA Mesozoic invertebrate paleontology collection. This specimen box contains 1 specimen(s) of the Ammonite Unidentified genus from the Cretaceous Blufftown Formation in Russell County, AL, USA.
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