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Miscellaneous Maps, Charts, and Sections (MM)
(Updated July 2011)
Please note! Publications are now listed from newest to oldest.
Geologic Maps of the Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary Strata, Big Bend National Park, Texas. R. W. Cooper, Coordinator. Set of 6 oversize color sheets by various authors, scale 1:24,000, 2011. 
Sheet 1: Geology of the Boquillas Formation and Related Cretaceous Rocks in the Dagger Flat and Bone Spring Quadrangles, Big Bend National Park, Texas; 
Sheet 2: Geology of the McKinney Springs Quadrangle, Big Bend National Park, Texas; Sheet 3: Geology of the Roys Peak Quadrangle, Big Bend National Park, Texas; 
Sheet 4: Geology of the San Vicente Quadrangle and Part of the Rio Grande Village Quadrangle, Big Bend National Park, Texas; 
Sheet 5: Geology of the Solis Quadrangle, Big Bend National Park, Texas; 
Sheet 6: Cross Sections of Big Bend National Park, Texas.
MM0050 ......................................................................................................................... $30.00  Buy Online  
Geologic Map of the Southern Franklin Mountains, El Paso, Texas, with Focus on Collapse Breccia, by F. J. Lucia. Oversize color map with color photos, 2010.
MM0049 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  
Geologic Map of Mariscal Mountain, Big Bend National Park, Texas, by P. W. Dickerson, W. R. Muehlberger, and E. W. Collins. Oversize color map (scale 1:24,000), 2010.
MM0048 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Geologic Map of the Southeast Part of the Austin, Texas, 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangle: Central Texas Population Corridor Encompassing Bastrop and Smithville, by E. W. Collins. Oversize color map (scale 1:100,000), 2008.
MM0047 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Geologic Map of the Glenn Spring Quadrangle, Big Bend National Park, Texas, by E. W. Collins, W. R. Muehlberger, and P. W. Dickerson. Oversize color map (scale 1:24,000), 2008.
MM0046 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Geologic Map of the Del Rio, Texas, Area, by E. W. Collins. Oversize color map (scale 1:100,000), 2007,
MM0045 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Geologic Map of the West Half of the Taylor, Texas, 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangle: Central Texas Urban Corridor, Encompassing Round Rock, Georgetown, Salado, Briggs, Liberty Hill, and Leander, by E. W. Collins. Oversize color map (scale 1:100,000) and booklet (16 p.), 2005,
MM0043 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Geologic Map of the Central Hueco Bolson, Acala–Fort Hancock–Esperanza Region, Texas, by E. W. Collins and J. A. Raney. Oversize color map (scale 1:100,000) and booklet (26 p., 6 figs.), 2002.
MM0042 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Geology and Land Use in the Western Part of the Gulf Coast Coal-Bearing Region, compiled by P. D. Warwick, C. E. Aubourg, R. W. Hook, and J. R. SanFilipo. Oversize color map (scale 1:500,000), 2 sheets and accompanying CD-ROM. Copublished with the U.S. Geological Survery, 2002.
MM0041 ......................................................................................................................... $14.00  Buy Online  

Geologic Map of West Hueco Bolson, El Paso Region, Texas, by E. W. Collins and Jay A. Raney. Oversize color map and booklet (25 p.), 2000.
MM0040 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Geologic Map of the New Braunfels, Texas, 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangle: Geologic Framework of an Urban-Growth Corridor along the Edwards Aquifer, South-central Texas, by E. W. Collins. Oversize color map and booklet (28 p.), 2000.
MM0039 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Structure Map of the San Antonio Segment of the Edwards Aquifer and Balcones Fault Zone, South-Central Texas: Structural Framework of a Major Limestone Aquifer: Kinney, Uvalde, Medina, Comal, and Hays Counties, by E. W. Collins and S. D. Hovorka. Oversize color map (scale 1:250,000) and booklet (14 p., 6 figs.), 1997.
MM0038 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Structure-Contour Map on the Lower Permian Red Cave Formation, Panhandle Field and Adjacent Areas of the Texas Panhandle, by R. T. Budnik, 8-p. Text, 3 pls., 1987.
MM0037 ......................................................................................................................... $12.00  Buy Online  

Summary of the Tectonic Development of Trans-Pecos Texas (8-p. text), by C. D. Henry and J. G. Price, and Tectonic Map of the Basin and Range Province of Texas and Adjacent Mexico (Two-color map, scale 1:500,000), by C. D. Henry, J. K. Gluck, and N. T. Bockoven, 1985.
MM0036 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.00]

Tectonic Map of the Rio Grande Area, Trans-Pecos Texas and Adjacent Mexico, by C. D. Henry and N. T. Bockoven, 1977. Scale 1:500,000. Accompanies RI 96.
MM0035 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.50]

Texas Mining Laws Pertaining to State Public Lands. Chart compiled by C. H. Leach, 1969. Included in GC7001.
MM0033 ......................................................................................................................... OP [1.00]

Upton County Topographic Maps. Surveyed 1919-Southwest part and southeast part.
MM0032 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.00 each]

Tascotal Mesa Quadrangle, Brewster and Presidio Counties, by R. L. Erickson, 1953. Geologic map, scale 1:62,500.
MM0031 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.50]

Structural Map of Texas, by E. H. Sellards and L. Hendricks. Third edition, revised, 1946; reprinted 1951. Sheet size approximately 42 by 54 inches; scale 1:500,000, or 1 inch equals 8 miles; 500-foot contour interval-southeast, northeast, southwest, and northwest quadrants (blueline print available). See Tectonic Map of Texas, p. 36.
MM0030 ......................................................................................................................... OP [8.00]

Solitario of Texas (Brewster and Presidio Counties), by E. H. Sellards, W. S. Adkins, and M. B. Arick, 1933. Geologic map.
MM0029 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.50]

San Saba County Geologic Map, South of 31°21´, by F. B. Plummer, 1940. Scale 1 inch equals 1 mile.
MM0028 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.50]

Reynosa Escarpment in Parts of Jim Hogg, Starr, and Zapata Counties, Texas, by J. M. Wilson, 1932. Plane-table map, scale 1 inch equals 4,000 feet.
MM0027 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.00]

Post-Ellenburger Beds, Brown, Coke, Coleman, and Runnels Counties, Texas, by P. S. Morey, 1955. Horizontal scale: 1 inch equals 1 mile. Cross section, preliminary edition.
MM0026 ......................................................................................................................... OP [4.50]

Parker County Geologic Map, by L. Hendricks, 1957. Scale 1:62,500. Plate I of PB5724.
MM0024 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.50]

Paleozoic of Ouachita Facies in Texas, by E. H. Sellards, 1932.
MM0023 ......................................................................................................................... OP [2.50]

Oil, Gas, and Distillate Field Map of Texas, December 1945. One sheet, scale ~1 inch equals 16 miles.
MM0022 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.00]

Oil, Gas, and Distillate Field Map of Texas, July 1945. Northwest, northeast, and southeast quadrants, each approximately 42 by 54 inches; scale 1 inch equals 8 miles. Preprinted from 3rd edition of Structural Map of Texas.
MM0021 ......................................................................................................................... OP [4.50 each sheet]

Mineral Locality Map of Texas, by E. H. Sellards, G. L. Evans, and L. Hendricks. Scale 1:1,000,000 (showing location of mineral deposits including oil and gas fields). (Plate 1 of PB4301). Issued November 1944.
MM0020 ......................................................................................................................... OP [6.00]

Leon County Geologic Map, by H. B. Stenzel, 1938. Scale 1 inch equals 4,000 feet; preliminary edition.
MM0019 ......................................................................................................................... OP [4.50]

Houston County Geologic Maps, by H. B. Stenzel. Surveyed 1943-44. Preliminary edition; scale 8 inches equals 1 mile.
MM0018 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.00 each sheet]
   Bluff City Sheet
   Hall's Bluff Area on Trinity River
   Type Area of Weches Formation
   Weches Sheet

Hood Spring Quadrangle, Brewster County, Texas, by R. W. Graves, Jr., 1954. Geologic map, scale 1:62,500. (Plate I of RI0021).
MM0017 ......................................................................................................................... OP [2.50]

Geologic Quadrangle Maps, scale 1 inch equals 1 mile. Geology by F. L. Whitney; edited by K. P. Young, 1957, 1959. From Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas, Austin.
MM0016 ......................................................................................................................... OP [2.50 each sheet]

Austin, NE (Travis and Williamson Counties)
Austin, SW (Hays and Travis Counties)
Blanco, SE (Hays County)
Blanco, SW (Hays County)
Bracken (Comal County)
Elgin (Travis and Williamson Counties)
Hunter (Comal and Hays Counties)
New Braunfels (Comal County)
San Marcos, NW (Hays County)
Smithson Valley (Comal County)
Spicewood (Hays and Travis Counties)

Geologic Map of Texas. 4.25- by 6-inch color postcard based on the 1992 page-sized geologic map; scale: 1 inch equals 175 miles, 1997.
MM0015 ......................................................................................................................... $0.25

Geologic Map of Texas, 1932. Scale 1:2,000,000 or 2 inches equals 31.56 miles, 1932; reprinted 1958. (Superseded by SM0003.)
MM0014 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.00]

Geological Map of Portion of West Texas, showing parts of Brewster, El Paso [Hudspeth], Jeff Davis, and Presidio Counties, and South of the Southern Pacific Railroad, by B. F. Hill and J. A. Udden, 1904 (The University of Texas Mineral Survey). Based on U.S. Geological Survey topographic sheets and reconnaissance maps. Scale 1 inch equals 5 miles.
MM0013 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.50]

Geologic Map of Southeastern Llano Uplift, Llano, Burnet, Blanco, and Gillespie Counties, Texas, by R. V. McGehee, 1963. Preliminary edition, scale 2 inches equals 3,000 feet.
MM0012 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.50]

Enchanted Rock Batholith, Llano and Gillespie Counties, Texas, by R. M. Hutchinson. Geologic map and structure sections; scale 2 inches equals 1 mile.
MM0011 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.00]

Edwards Core Study, by D. E. Feray, Jr., 1952. Preliminary charts on the following wells: Magnolia No. 5 State of Texas, Guadalupe County; Swearingen Bros. No. 1 Wright, Caldwell County; Voyles and Byrd No. 1 Green, Milam County; Voyles and Byrd No. 1 Taylor, Caldwell County; Voyles and Southern Production No. 6 Jolley, Caldwell County. (Set of 5 charts).
MM0010 ......................................................................................................................... OP [8.00]

Denton County.
MM0009 ......................................................................................................................... OP [2.00]

Areal map showing outcrops on eastern side of the Permian Basin including all or parts of Baylor, Childress, Cottle, Dickens, Fisher, Foard, Hall, Hardeman, Haskell, Jones, Kent, King, Knox, Motley, Nolan, Stonewall, Throckmorton, and Wilbarger Counties.) Scale 2 inches equals 3.5 miles,
"Thompson" Map ......................................................................................................... OP [6.00 per sheet]

County maps made in cooperation with the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists; issued between 1929 and 1932, revised in 1937; show surface geology with columnar sections; no structure or oil field data. Scale 1 inch equals 4,000 feet, except Brown County, which was revised in 1951 to scale 1 inch equals 5 miles.
MM0008 ......................................................................................................................... OP [5.00 per sheet]

   Baylor County Bell County (see BL3016)
   Brown County Callahan County
   Coleman County Eastland County
   Fisher County Foard County
   Jack County Jones County
   King County Palo Pinto County
   Parker County (see PB5724 and MM0024) Shackelford County
   Stephens County Stonewall County (see BL3027)
   Taylor County Throckmorton County
   Wichita County Wise County (see BL3224)
   Young County

Correlation of Geologic, Gravity, and Magnetic Observations, Blanco and Gillespie Counties, Texas, by V. E. Barnes, F. E. Romberg, and W. A. Anderson, 1955. Scale 1 inch =3 miles.
MM0007 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.00]

Correlation of Cambrian Rocks in Central Texas, by V. E. Barnes, 1963. Chart, preliminary edition.
MM0006 ......................................................................................................................... OP [4.00]

Christmas and Rosillos Mountains, Brewster County, by R. R. Bloomer, 1951. Manuscript geologic map, scale 1:49,600; drawn for reduction to 1:62,500 (blueline print).
MM0005 ......................................................................................................................... OP [2.30]

Chinati Peak Quadrangle, Presidio County, by C. C. Rix, 1953. Manuscript geologic map, scale 1:48,000 (blueline print).
MM0004 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.00]

Cathedral Mountain Quadrangle, Brewster County, Texas, by W. N. McAnulty, Sr., 1955. Geologic map; scale 1:62,500.
MM0003 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.50]

Cambrian; Devonian; Upper, Middle, and Lower Ordovician; and Silurian Formations in Texas, by E. H. Sellards, 1938. Scale 1 inch equals 40 miles.
MM0002 ......................................................................................................................... OP [7.00]

Agua Fria Quadrangle, Brewster County, by C. G. Moon, 1951. Manuscript geologic map, scale 1:62,500 (blueline print).
MM0001 ......................................................................................................................... OP [3.00]

 

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