Approaches to Environmental Geology: A Colloquium and Workshop

Abstract
The environmental geology program of the Bureau of Economic Geology is designed to develop applicable geologic data for both immediate and long-term needs. The case studies presented in Approaches to Environmental Geology represent completed or ongoing projects conducted in different parts of a diverse State. While common basic orientation has been assumed, specific approaches have been designed in each area. A goal of this colloquium is to relate the experience of an environmental geology program conducted as an organized research effort in the public sector.
Authors
L. Frank Brown
P. Jan Cannon
Patricia W. Dickerson
William L. Fisher
Lee Edwin Garner
Charles G. Groat
Thomas C. Gustavson
Robert S. Kier
Joseph H. McGowen
Robert A. Morton
Cleo V. Proctor
Edmund G. Wermund, Jr.
Charles. M. Woodruff, Jr.
Dennis L. Bell
W. Douglas Hall
Claudia True Waddell
Citation

Wermund, E. G., editor, 1974, Approaches to Environmental Geology: A Colloquium and Workshop: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No. 81, 268 p.

Code
RI081
ISSN
2475-367X
Number
81
Number of figures
125
Number of pages
268
Publisher
The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology
Series
Report of Investigation
Year
1974