Bureau of Economic Geology

Correlation of Gravity Observations with the Geology of the Coal Creek Serpentine Mass, Blanco and Gillespie Counties

Abstract
Reprinted from Geophysics, v. 14, no. 2, April 1949. Gravitational observations were made of the pre-Cambrian Coal Creek serpentine mass in Blanco and Gillespie Counties, Texas, the geology of which had been mapped previously. The observed gravitational anomalies indicate roughly the depth of the serpentine mass below which it may possibly grade into its parent peridotitic rock. Probable correlation between the gravitational map and the other geologic features of the area is indicated
Authors
Frederick Romberg
Virgil E. Barnes
Citation

Romberg, F., and Barnes, V. E., 1949, Correlation of Gravity Observations with the Geology of the Coal Creek Serpentine Mass, Blanco and Gillespie Counties: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No. 4, 11 p.

Code
RI004
Number
4
Number of figures
4
Number of pages
11
Publisher
The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology
Series
Report of Investigation
Year
1949