This collection consists of county maps showing abandoned sand and gravel pits in Indiana. The maps are organized in alphabetical order Adams through Whitley.
Coal and overburden isopach maps for Pike County, Indiana, primarily drafted on 7.5-minute quadrangles. Additional illustrations and figures for a publication that has not been identified at this time by current staff.
Deep coal mines in Indiana plotted on 7.5-minute quadrangles defining mine extent, mine name, and sometime the coal seam.
Structure, isopach, and approximate resource maps with located active and abandoned oil wells for Clay County, Indiana. The mylars have a 7.5-minute quadrangle scaled base. Information was drafted by Chris Shubert of the Indiana Geological Survey , 1985.
Work maps and materials used to compile the various Preliminary Coal Series Maps that represents a county reconnaissance-type mapping of the distribution, structure, and mined areas of coal in Indiana. The various forms of data including maps, tables and cross-sections are sorted by county.
Abandoned underground coal mines with mine extent defined on 7.5-minute quadrangles and accompanying mylar. Mines labeled with US Bureau of Mine number, coal member and mine extent. Data collected by Licia A Weber and Walter A Hasenmueller at the Indiana Geological Survey.
The Coal Mine Information System (CMIS) for Indiana is a publicly accessible online map viewer (dnrmaps.dnr.in.gov/apps/cmis.htm) for historical coal mining information in Indiana. This collection contains paper copies of the mine maps collected.
Indiana Geological Survey (IGS) maps of New Albany shale bloating, maps for Noble County, Indiana, and crushed stone resources of Silurian and Devonian Carbonate Rocks compiled by Curtis Ault, IGS geologist.
Coal Investigation Maps (CIM), work maps and materials used to compile the various coal investigation maps showing geology and coal deposits within a 7.5-minute quadrangle mapping area for Indiana.
This collection includes USGS 7.5-minute quadrangles located in Indiana filed alphabetically Attica through Stone Bluff with data; Lawrence & Monroe County maps with data; Ice marginal moraines are outlined in illustrations and posters.
USGS 7.5-minute quadrangles in alphabetical order Boonville through Winslow containing shale information compiled by the Indiana Geological Survey. Collection of additional miscellaneous maps with shale references.