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Bulletin 1 Preliminary report on the mineral resources of Oklahoma, by C. N. Gould, L. L. Hutchinson, and G. Nelson. 1908. 88 pages, 30 figures, 13 plates.
Bulletin 2 Preliminary report on the rock asphalt, asphaltite, petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma, by L. L. Hutchison, 1911. 256 pages, 30 figures, 13 plates.
Bulletin 3 A report on the geological and mineral resources of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by C. A. Reeds. 1910. 69 pages, 10 figures, 24 plates.
Bulletin 4 Coal in Oklahoma, by C. W. Shannon and others. Revised by C. L. Cooper. 1926. 110 pages, 12 figures, 23 plates, 7 tables.
Bulletin 5 Preliminary report on the structural materials of Oklahoma, by C. N. Gould. 1911. 182 pages, 10 figures, 1 plate.
Bulletin 6 Part 1. Director's biennial report to the Governor of Oklahoma. Part 2. Brief chapters on Oklahoma's mineral resources, by C. N. Gould. 1910. 96 pages.
Bulletin 7 Preliminary report on the clays and clay industries of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 270 pages, 53 figures, 12 plates.
Bulletin 8 Preliminary report on the road materials and road conditions of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1911. 191 pages, 44 figures, 3 plates.
Bulletin 9 Preliminary report on the lead and zinc in Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1912. 97 pages, 16 figures.
Bulletin 10 The glass sands of Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1913. 91 pages, 3 figures, 8 plates.
Bulletin 11 The gypsum and salt of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1913. 214 pages, 67 figures.
Bulletin 12 Preliminary report on the geology of the Arbuckle and Wichita Mountains, by Joseph A. Taff. 1927. 95 pages, 1 figure, 8 plates.
Bulletin 13 Volcanic dust in Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram. 1914. 49 pages, 1 figure, 8 plates.
Bulletin 14 Chemical analyses of Oklahoma mineral raw materials, by A. C. Shead, G. Y Williams, and C. N. Gould. 1929. 138 pages. (Originally issued as University of Oklahoma Bulletin, New Series 423, Studies No. 32, December 1928.)
Bulletin 15 Part 1. Director's biennial report to the Governor of Oklahoma. Part 2. Mineral production of Oklahoma from 1901 to 1911, by D. W. Ohern. 1912. 47 pages, 2 figures.
*Bulletin 16 The Ponca City oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by D. W. Ohern and Robert E. Garrett, 1914. 30 pages, 1 figure, 2 plates.
Bulletin 17 Geology of east central Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1914. 25 pages, 1 figures, 2 plates.
Bulletin 18 The Cushing oil and gas field, Oklahoma, by Frank Buttram, 1914. 104 pages, 1 figure, 12 plates.
Bulletin 19
Parts 1 and 2
Petroleum and natural gas in Oklahoma. Part 1. General information concerning oil and gas, by C. W. Shannon and L. E. Trout. 1915. 133 pages, 4 figures, 4 plates. Part 2. A discussion of the oil and gas fields and undeveloped areas of the state, by counties, by C. W. Shannon and others. 1917. 536 pages, 24 figures, 41 plates.
Bulletin 20 Granites of Oklahoma, by C. H. Taylor. 1915. 108 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.
Bulletin 21 The Neva limestone in northern Oklahoma, with remarks upon the correlation of the vertebrate fossil beds of the state, by J. W. Beede. 1914. 37 pages, 3 figures, 8 plates.
Bulletin 22 Part 1. Director's biennial report to the Governor of Oklahoma. Part 2. Mineral resources of Oklahoma and statistics of production from 1901 to 1914, by C. W. Shannon. 1914. 142 pages, 8 figures, 4 plates.
Bulletin 23 The geology and economic value of the Wapanucka limestone of Oklahoma, by B. F. Wallis. 1915. 102 pages, 6 figures, 10 plates.
Bulletin 24 Part 1. Geology of a portion of northeastern Oklahoma. Part 2. Paleontology of the Chester group in Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider. 1915. 130 pages, 3 figures, 7 plates.
Bulletin 25 Bibliography of Oklahoma geology with subject index, by L. E. Trout and G. H. Myers.  1915. 105 pages.
Bulletin 26 Lime resources and industry of Oklahoma, by John Cullen. 1917. 70 pages, 7 plates.
Bulletin 27

Geography of Oklahoma, by L. C. Snider.  1917.  325 pages, 9 figures, 40 plates.

Bulletin 28 Tripoli deposits in Oklahoma, by E. S. Perry. 1917. 32 pages, 1 figure, 11 plates. 
Bulletin 29 Travertine deposits of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, with Reference to the Plant Agencies Concerned in their Formation, by W. H. Emig. 1917.  76 pages, 5 figures, 15 plates.
Bulletin 30 Geology of the Redbeds of Oklahoma, by Fritz Aurin. 1917.  66 pages, 4 figures, 8 plates.
Bulletin 31 Criteria for the recognition of heavy minerals occurring in the Mid-Continent Field, by Fanny Carter Edson. 1925. 32 pages, 4 plates.
Bulletin 32 Geology of the southern Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma, Parts I and II, by C. W. Honess. 1923. 355 pages, 9 figures, 120 plates.
Bulletin 33 Geology of Love County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1925. 77 pages, 1 figure, 30 plates.
Bulletin 34 Index of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by E. P. Rothrock, with a section on Dakota plants from Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by A. C. Noe. 1925, 110 pages, 3 figures, 24 plates.
Bulletin 35 Index to the stratigraphy of Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould, with lists of characteristic fossils, by Chas. E. Decker. 1925. 115 pages, 1 chart.
Bulletin 36 Petroleum engineering in the Papoose oil field, by John R. Bunn, with a chapter on geology of the Papoose Oil Field by Louis Roark. 1926. 61 pages, 6 figures, 5 plates.
Bulletin 37 Geology of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with a chapter on agriculture, by H. H. Finnell, and a chapter on history of the county, by M. L. Wardell. 1926. 62 pages, 6 figures, geologic map, 10 plates.
*Bulletin 38 Geology of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and John T. Lonsdale, with selections on fossil leaves, by E. W. Berry; agriculture, by Ernest Slocum; and history by F. C. Tracy. 1926. 71 pages, 2 figures, 16 plates.
Bulletin 39 Geology of Marshall County, Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1926. 101 pages, 5 figures, 31 plates.
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Bulletin 41 The upper Paleozoic rocks of Oklahoma, by Chas. N. Gould and Roy A. Wilson. 1927. 66 pages 30 figures, 1 plate. With paleogeographic maps.
Bulletin 42 Mineral resources in Oklahoma, by John S. Fedfield. 1927. 130 pages, 8 figures, 34 plates.
Bulletin 43 Oil sands and production relations, by H. C. George and W. F. Cloud. 1927. 142 pages, 29 figures.
Bulletin 44 Age relations of the Carboniferous rocks of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by H. D. Miser and C. W. Honess. 1927. 28 pages, 2 figures.
Bulletin 45 Fossiliferous boulders in the Ouachita "Caney" shale, and the age of the shale containing them, by E. O. Ulrich. 1927. 48 pages, 3 figures, 6 plates.
Bulletin 46 The Pennsylvanian system in the Ardmore basin, by C. W. Tomlinson. 1929. 70 pages, 3 figures, 20 plates.
Bulletin 47 Lower Cretaceous of western Oklahoma, by Fred M. Bullard. 1928. 116 pages, 7 figures, 11 plates.
Bulletin 48 Sedimentation in the Anadarko Basin, by A. J. Freie. 1930. 80 pages, 13 figures, 1 plate.
Bulletin 49 Dolomites of western Oklahoma, by G. G. Suffel. 1930. 155 pages, 12 figures, 17 plates.
Bulletin 50 Structure of the Ouachita Mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas, by Hugh D. Miser. 1929. 30 pages, 7 figures, 3 plates.
Bulletin 51 A chemical study of Oklahoma coals, by Joe E. Moose and V. C. Searle. 1929. 112 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates.
Bulletin 52 Geology and petrology of the Wichita Mountains, by Malvin G. Hoffman. 1930. 82 pages, 4 figures, 22 plates.
Bulletin 53 Micropaleontology of the Wetumka, Wewoka, and Holdenville formations, by A. S. Warthin, Jr. 1930. 94 pages, 1 figure, 8 plates.
Bulletin 54 The stabilization of the petroleum industry, by Leonard M. Logan. 1930. 248 pages, 11 tables, plus 4 tables in appendix.
Bulletin 55 The stratigraphy and physical characteristics of the Simpson Group, by C. E. Decker and C. A. Merritt, with a section of Descriptions and illustrations of ostracodes and conodonts, by R. W. Harris. 1931. 112 pages, 2 figures, 15 plates, geologic map.
Bulletin 56 The Miami-Picher zinc-lead district, Oklahoma, by Samuel Weidman. 1932. 177 pages, 12 figures, 11 plates.
Bulletin 57 Geology of the Muskogee-Porum district, Oklahoma, by C. W. Wilson, Jr., with a chapter on Carboniferous stratigraphy, by N. D. Newell. 1937. 184 pages, 5 figures, 7 plates (including two-color geologic map), 10 tables.
Bulletin 58 Traverse and leveling in Oklahoma, Part 1—southwestern Oklahoma, compiled by N. E. Wolfard. 157 pages, 4 plates, 1 map. 1938.
Bulletin 59 Geology and ground water resources of Texas County, Oklahoma, by Stuart L. Schoff. 1939. 248 pages, 13 figures, 5 plates, 12 tables.
Bulletin 60 Rock wool possibilities in Oklahoma, by F. C. Wood. 1939. 125 pages, 19 figures, 6 tables.
Bulletin 61 Traverse and leveling in Oklahoma. Part II—northwestern Oklahoma, compiled by N. E. Wolfard. 1940. 287 pages, 4 plates, 1 map.
Bulletin 62 Geology and mineral resources of Washington County, Oklahoma, by M. C. Oakes. 1940. 208 pages, 19 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 18 tables.
Bulletin 63 A bibliography of Oklahoma oil and gas pools, compiled by Alan G. Skelton and Martha B. Skelton. 1942. 230 pages.
Bulletin 64 Geology and ground water resources of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, by S. L. Schoff, with a section on Mesozoic stratigraphy, by J. W. Stovall. 1943. 317 pages, 27 figures, 23 plates (including 2 geologic maps), 24 tables.
Bulletin 65 Geology and glass sand resources, central Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham. 1945. 103 pages, 4 figures, 10 plates, 13 tables.
Bulletin 66 The Morrow series of northeastern Oklahoma, by Carl A. Moore. 1947. 151 pages, 8 figures, 15 plates, 2 tables.
Bulletin 67 Geology and Mineral resources of Haskell County, Oklahoma, by M. C. Oakes and M. M. Knechtel. November 1948. 134 pages, 8 figures, 6 plates (including geologic map), 5 tables.
Bulletin 68 Geology and coal and natural gas resources of northern Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by M M. Knechtel. November 1949. 76 pages, 1 figure, 7 plates (including geologic map), 3 tables.
Bulletin 69 Geology and mineral resources of Tulsa County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with sections on Oil and gas by Glen S. Dille, and Water resources, by John H. Warren. 1952. 234 pages, 12 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map), 15 tables.
Bulletin 70 Geology and Mineral Resources of Hughes County, Oklahoma, by O. D. Weaver, Jr. 1955. 149 pages, 13 figures, 4 plates, 6 tables.
Bulletin 71 Geology and mineral resources of Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, by R. E. Ries. March 1, 1955. 120 pages, 25 figures, 2 plates (including geologic map), 3 tables.
Bulletin 72 Ground-water resources of Ottawa County, Oklahoma, by E. W. Reed, S. L. Schoff, and C. C. Branson. 203 pages, 14 tables, 14 figures, 1 plate (color geologic map). 1955.
Bulletin 73 Geology and ground-water resources of Grady and northern Stephens Counties, Oklahoma, by L. V. Davis. 184 pages, 15 tables, 14 figures, 2 plates (including color geologic map). 1955.
Bulletin 74 Geology of Seminole County, Oklahoma, by W. F. Tanner. February 1, 1956. 170 pages, 20 figures, 9 plates (including geologic map), 6 tables.
Bulletin 75 Ostracoda of the Simpson Group of Oklahoma, by R. W. Harris. 333 pages, 19 figures, 10 plates, 5 charts. 1957.
Bulletin 76 Igneous geology of the Lake Altus area, Oklahoma, by C. A. Merritt. 70 pages, 6 plates (including color geologic map), 1 figure (aeromagnetic map), 10 tables. 1958.
Bulletin 77 Geology of the [south and west flanks of the Ozark uplift, northeastern Oklahoma, by G. G. Huffman and others. 281 pages, 26 tables, 22 figures, 5 color geologic maps, structural map. 1958.
Bulletin 78 Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton Group in the Arbuckle Mountain region. Part II, Haragan articulate brachiopods, by Thomas W. Amsden. Part III, Supplement to the Henryhouse brachiopods, by Thomas W. Amsden. Part IV, New genera of brachi­opods, by Arthur J. Boucot and Thomas W. Amsden. 199 pages, 14 plates, 42 figures. 1958.
Bulletin 79 Petrology of Pennsylvanian sandstones and conglomerates in the Ardmore Basin, by Lynn Jacobsen. 1959. 144 pages, 44 figures, 17 tables.
Bulletin 80 Geology of Harper County, Oklahoma, by Arthur J. Myers, with a section on petroleum geology by Louise Jordan, J. Durwood Pate, and Sydney R. Williamson. 1959. 108 pagges, 20 figures, 3 plates, 1 panel, 4 tables.
Bulletin 81 Geology and mineral resources of Creek County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes, with a section on oil and gas in Creek County, Oklahoma, by Louise Jordan. 1959. 134 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 10 tables.
Bulletin 82 Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton Group in the Arbuckle Mountain region. Part V, Bois d’Arc articulate brachiopods, by Thomas W. Amsden. 110 pages, 5 plates, 18 figures, 2 tables. 1958.
Bulletin 83 Geology of Pawnee County, Oklahoma, by Paul B. Greig, Jr. 1959. 188 pages, 37 figures, 4 plates in map box (including geologic map in color), 7 tables.
Bulletin 84 Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton Group in the Arbuckle Mountain region. Part VI, Stratigraphy, by Thomas W. Amsden. 311 pages, 17 plates, 56 figures. 1960.
Bulletin 85 Stratigraphy and paleontology of the Hunton group in the Arbuckle Mountain region. Part VI, Stratigraphy, by Thomas W. Amsden. 1960. 311 pages, 56 figures, 3 panels, 17 plates.
Bulletin 86 Geology and ground-water resources of southern McCurtain County, Oklahoma, by Leon V. Davis. 108 pages, 19 figures, 1 plate (color geologic map). 1960.
Bulletin 87 Ground-water resources of Canadian County, Oklahoma, by J. L. Mogg, S. L. Schoff, and E. W. Reed. 112 pages, 2 plates, 3 figures. 1960.
Bulletin 88 Geology of the Boktukola syncline, southeastern Oklahoma, by O. B. Shelburne. 84 pages, 1 plate (geologic map), 18 figures. 1960.
Bulletin 89 Geology and mineral resources of Blaine County, Oklahoma. Part I. Stratigraphy and general geology of Blaine County, by R. O. Fay. Part II. Economic geology and petrology of gypsum and anhydrite in Blaine County, by W. E. Ham. Part III. Petroleum geology of Blaine County, by John T. Bado and Louise Jordan. September 18, 1962. 252 pages, 61 figures, 9 plates (including geologic map in color), 14 tables.
Bulletin 90 Stratigraphy of the Frisco and Sallisaw formations (Devonian) of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. 1961. 121 pages, 26 figures, 13 plates (including geologic map in color of the Marble City Area, Sequoyah County). 13 tables.
Bulletin 91 Geology and water resources of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology of Okmulgee County, by Malcolm C. Oakes. Part II. Water resources of Okmulgee County, by W. M. Motts. 1963. 164 pages, 19 figures, 2 plates (including a geologic map in color), 7 tables.
Bulletin 92 Borate minerals in Permian gypsum of west-central Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham, C. J. Mankin, and J. A. Schleicher. 77 pages, 20 figures, 3 plates, 8 tables. 1961.
Bulletin 93 Late Desmoinesian crinoid faunule from Oklahoma, by Harrell L. Strimple. 189 pages, 23 figures, 19 plates. 1961. Cloth­bound, $2.50;
Bulletin 94 Early Devonian brachiopods of Oklahoma. Part I, Articulate brachiopods of the Frisco Formation (Devonian), by Thomas W. Amsden and W. P. S. Ventress. Part II, Articulate brachiopods of the Sallisaw Formation (Devonian), by Thomas W. Amsden. Part III, Supplement to the Haragan (Devonian) brachiopods, by Thomas W. Amsden. 238 pages, 21 plates, 51 figures. 1963.
Bulletin 95 Basement rocks and structural evolution of southern Oklahoma, by W. E. Ham, Rodger E. Denison, and Clifford A. Merritt. December 22, 1964. 302 pages, 19 figures, 16 plates (including 5 geologic maps and sections in separate folder), 18 tables.
Bulletin 96 Pennsylvanian cephalopods of Oklahoma, by A. G. Unkles­bay. 150 pages, 16 text-figures, 19 plates. 1962.
Bulletin 97 Ground-water resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma, by I. Wendell Marine and Stuart L. Schoff. 74 pages, 12 figures, 2 plates, 11 tables. 1962.
Bulletin 98 The Blaine and related formations of northwestern Oklahoma and southern Kansas, by R. O. Fay. 238 pages, 3 figures, 24 plates. 1964. Clothbound,
Bulletin 99 Geology and oil and gas resources of Craig County, Oklahoma. Part i. Geology of Craig County, by Carl C. Branson and George G. Huffman. Part II. Oil and gas in Craig County, by Daniel M. Strong and George G> Huffman. July 8, 1965. 109 pages, 36 figures, 2 plates.
Bulletin 100 Crinoids of the Hunton Group (devonian-Silurian) of Oklahoma, by H. L. Strimple. August 14, 1963. 169 pages, 30 figures, 12 plates
Bulletin 101 Structure and stratigraphy of the Rich Mountain area, Oklahoma and Arkansas, by D. R. Seely. 1963. 168 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 1 table.
Bulletin 102 Permian salt and associated evaporites in the Anadarko basin of the western Oklahoma–Texas Panhandle region, by Jouise Jordan and David L. Vosburg. 1963. 76 pages, 13 figures, 3 plates, 1 table.
Bulletin 103 Geology of the eastern part of Winding Stair Range, Le Flore County, Oklahoma, by O. D. Hart. 1963. 87 pages, 15 figiures, 1 plate (geologic map).
Bulletin 104 Biostratigraphy and rugose coral of the Lower Pennsylvanian Wapanucka Formation in Oklahoma, by Charles L. Rowett and Patrick K. Sutherland. 1964. 124 pages, 13 figures, 9 plates, 12 tables.
Bulletin 105 Silurian stratigraphy of northeastern Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden and T. L. Rowland. 1965. 174 pages, 19 figures, 20 plates (including 2 geologic maps).
Bulletin 106 Geology and mineral resources of Woods County, Oklahoma, by Robert O. Fay. 189 pages, 40 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map). 1965.
Bulletin 107 Petrology of the Hogshooter Formation (Missourian), Washington and Nowata Counties, Oklahoma, by William R. Cronoble and Charles J. Mankin. 148 pages, 9 figures, 5 plates, 8 tables. 1965.
Bulletin 108 Ostracodes of the Henryhouse Formation (Silurian) in Oklahoma, by Robert F. Lundin. 104 pages, 45 figures, 18 plates, 16 tables. 1965. Clothbound,
Bulletin 109 Rugose corals of the Henryhouse Formation (Silurian) in Oklahoma, by Patrick K. Sutherland. 92 pages, 26 figures, 34 plates. 1965.
Bulletin 110 Late Cambrian and earliest Ordovocian trilobites, Timbered Hills and Lower Arbuckle Groups, western Arbuckle Mountains, Murray County, Oklahoma, by James H. Stitt. 1971. 83 pages, 5 figures, 12 plates.
Bulletin 111 Geology and petroleum of McIntosh County, Oklahoma. Part I. Geology and mineral resources of McIntosh County, by Malcolm C. Oakes and others. Part II. Petroleum geology of McIntosh County, by Terry Koontz. July 20, 1967. 88 pages, 13 figures, 4 plates (including geologic map), 5 tables.
Bulletin 112 Palynology of the Red Branch Member of the Woodbine Formation (Cenomanian), Bryan County, Oklahoma, by Richard Hedlund. 1966. 69 pages, 1 figiure, 10 plates.
Bulletin 113 Pennsylvanian fusulinids in the Ardmore basin, Love and Carter Counties, Oklahoma, by Dwight E. Waddell. 128 pages, 11 figures, 13 plates. 1966. Clothbound,
Bulletin 114 Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Custer County, Oklahoma by Robert O. Fay and D. L. Hart, Jr. Part 1. Stratigraphy and general geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 2. Economic geology of Custer County, by Robert O. Fay. Part 3. Ground water in Custer County, by D. L. Hart, Jr. 1978. 88 pages, 53 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 4 tables.
Bulletin 115 Trilobites of the Henryhouse Formation (Silurian) in Oklahoma, by K. S. W. Campbell. 1967. 68 pages, 7 figures, 19 plates, 4 tables.
Bulletin 116 Ostracodes of the Haragan Formation (Devonian) in Oklahoma, by Robert F. Lundin. 121 pages, 51 text-figures, 22 plates. 1968.
Bulletin 117 Articulate brachiopods of the Viola Formation (Ordovician) in the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by Leonard P. Alberstadt. 1973. 90 pages, 38 figures, 9 plates, 1 table.
Bulletin 118 Models of sand and sandstone deposits: a methodology for determining sand genesis and trend, by John W. Shelton. 122 pages, 141 figures, 3 tables. 1973; 3rd printing, 1985.
Bulletin 119 Late Ordovician and Early Silurian articulate brachiopods from Oklahoma, southwestern Illinois, and eastern Missouri, by Thomas W. Amsden. 154 pages, 51 figures, 28 plates, 13 tables. 1975.
Bulletin 120 Geology and mineral resources of Choctaw County, Oklahoma, by G. G. Huffman, P. P. Alfonsi, R. C. Dalton, Andres Duarte-Vivas, and E. L. Jeffries. 39 pages, 18 figures, 5 tables, 1 plate (color geologic map). 1975.
Bulletin 121 Hunton Group (Late Ordovician, Silurian, and Early Devonian) in the Anadarko basin of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. 1976. 214 pages, 41 figures, 15 plates, 11 color map panels.
Bulletin 122 Geology and mineral resources (exclusive of petroleum) of Muskogee County, Oklahoma, by Malcolm C. Oakes. 1977. 78 pages, 8 figures, 2 plates (including color geologic map).
Bulletin 123 Trilobites of the Haragan, Bois d'Arc, and Frisco Formations (Early Devonian), Arbuckle Mountains region, Oklahoma, by K. S. W. Campbell. 1977. 227 pages, 36 figures, 40 plates, 5 tables.
Bulletin 124 Late Cambrian and earliest Ordovician trilobites, Wichita Mountains area, Oklahoma, by James H. Stitt. 1977. 79 pages, 12 figures, 6 plates. (Plates)
Bulletin 125 Articulate brachiopods of the Quarry Mountain Formation (Silurian) eastern Oklahoma, by THomas W. Amsden. 1978. 75 pages, 22 figures, 13 plates, 2 tables.
Bulletin 126 Geology and mineral resources of Bryan County, by George G. Huffman and others. April 1979. 108 pages, 49 figures, 1 plate (geologic map), 11 tables. (Plate 1)
Bulletin 127 Cranial anatomy of primitive captorhinid reptiles from the Late Pennsylvanian and Early Permain, Oklahoma and Texas, by Malcolm J. Heaton. 84 pages, 34 figures, 2 tables. 1979.
Bulletin 128 Geology and mineral resources of Noble County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, with a chapter on petroleum, by John W. Shelton and William A. Jenkins, and a chapter on water resources, by Roy H. Bingham. 1980. 66 pages, 45 figures, 3 plates (including geologic map), 7 tables. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3)
Bulletin 129 Hunton Group (Late Ordovician, Silurian, and Early Devonian) in the Arkoma basin of Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Amsden. 136 pages, 26 text-figures, 12 plates, 4 color map panels. 1980. (Map 1) (Map 2) (Map 3) (Map 4)
Bulletin 130 Plant microfossils from the Denton Shale Member of the Bokchito Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Albian) in southern Oklahoma, by F. H. Wingate. 93 pages, 2 text-figures, 17 plates, 1 table. 1981. (Table)
Bulletin 131 Stratigraphic significance of limestones of the Marmaton Group (Pennsylvanian, Desmoinesian) in eastern Oklahoma, by George W. Krumme. 1981. 67 pages, 40 figures.
Bulletin 132 Upper Bromide Formation and Viola Group (Middle and Upper Ordovician) in eastern Oklahoma. Part I. Welling-Fite-Corbin Ranch strata, by Thomas W. Amsden. Part II. Conodont biostratigraphy of Fite Formation and Viola Group, by Walter C. Sweet. Part III. The Late Ordovician brachiopod genera Lepidocyclus and Hiscobeccus, by Thomas W. Amsden. 1983. 78 pages, 23 figures, 14 plates, 6 tables.
Bulletin 133 Calcareous foraminifers and algae from the type Morrowan (Lower Pennsylvanian) region of northeastern Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas, by John R. Groves. 65 pages, 6 figures, 10 plates, 2 tables. 1983.
Bulletin 134 Trilobites, biostratigraphy, and lithostratigraphy of the McKenzie Hill Limestone (Lower Ordovician), Wichita and Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma, by James H. Stitt. 55 pages, 7 figures, 7 plates. 1983. (Plate 7)
Bulletin 135 Petroleum occurrences and source-rock potential of the Ouachita Mountains, southeastern Oklahoma, by Joseph A. Curiale. 1983. 65 pages, 55 figures, 15 tables.
Bulletin 136 The Atokan Series (Pennsylvanian) and its boundaries—A symposium. Patrick K. Sutherland and Walter L. Manger, editors. December 12, 1984. Proceedings of a symposium held March 29, 1982, during the 16th annual meeting of GSA South-Central Section at Norman, Oklahoma, sponsored by the Oklahoma Geological Survey and The University of Oklahoma. 15 papers, plus discussion, 198 pages, figures, plates, tables.
Bulletin 137 Geology and mineral resources of Payne County, Oklahoma, by John W. Shelton, John S. Ross, Arthur J. Garden, and James L. Franks. 92 pages, 46 figures, 4 plates, 1 table. 1985. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4)
Bulletin 138 Brachiopods from the Turkey Creek limestone (Early Devonian), Marshall County, southern Oklahoma, by Thomas W. Ams­den. 20 pages, 19 figures. 1985.
Bulletin 139 Late Ordovician–Early Silurian strata in the central United States and the Hirnantian Stage, by Thomas W. Amsden and James E. Barrick. 95 pages, 7 plates, 40 figures, 7 tables. 1986.
Bulletin 140 Coal geology of Craig County and eastern Nowata County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish.1986, 131 pages, 17 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. (Plates 1-2) (Plates 3-4) (Plate 5) (Plate 6) (Plate 7) (Plate 8)
Bulletin 141 Conodonts and conodont biostratigraphy of the McLish and Tulip Creek Formations (Middle Ordovician) of south-central Oklahoma, by Jeffrey A. Bauer. 58 pages, 8 text-figures, 5 plates, 2 tables. 1987. (Plate 1
Bulletin 142 Geology and mineral resources of Marshall County, Oklahoma, by George G. Huffman, Kenneth F. Bridges, Robert W. Ganser, Alan M. Holtzman, Jr., and Michael L. Merritt. 126 pages, 57 figures, 2 plates, 9 tables. 1987. (Plate 1) (Plate 2)
Bulletin 143 Late Ordovician through Early Devonian annotated correlation chart and brachiopod range charts for the southern Midcontinent region, U.S.A., with a discussion of Silurian and Devonian conodont faunas, by Thomas W. Amsden and James E. Barrick. 1988. 66 pages, 15 figures, 7 plates. (Plates 1-2) (Plates 3-4)
Bulletin 144 Coal geology of Rogers County and western Mayes County, Oklahoma, by LeRoy A. Hemish. 118 pages, 12 figures, 8 plates, 2 tables. 1989. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3) (Plate 4) (Plate 5) (Plate 6) (Plate 7) (Plate 8)
Bulletin 145 Special papers in paleontology and stratigraphy: a tribute to Thomas W. Amsden (James R. Chaplin and James E. Barrick, editors). 1992. 235 pages, 10 papers.
Bulletin 146 First occurrence of Deinonychus antirrhopus (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Antlers Formation (Lower Cretaceous: Aptian-Albian) of Oklahoma, by Daniel L. Brinkman, Richard L. Cifelli, and Nicholas J. Czaplewski. 1998. 27 pages, 14 figures, 2 tables.
Bulletin 147 A synopsis of the Pleistocene vertebrates of Oklahoma, by Kent S. Smith and Richard L. Cifelli. 36 pages, 1 figure, 14 tables. 2000.
Bulletin 148 Organic-Walled Microphytoplankton of the Sylvan Shale (Richmondian: Upper Ordovician), Arbuckle Mountains, Southern Oklahoma, by Geoffrey Playford and Reed Wicander. 109 pages. 2006.
Bulletin 149 Trilobite Biostratigraphy and Correlation of the Kindblade Formation (Lower Ordovician) of Carter and Kiowa Counties, Oklahoma,. by James Douglas Loch. 154 pages, 8 tables, 28 plates, 3 oversized in pocket. 2007. (Plate 1) (Plate 2) (Plate 3)
Bulleton 150 Conodonts and Conodont Biostratigraphy of the Joins and Oil Creek Formations, Arbuckle Mountains, South-central Oklahoma, by Jeffrey A. Bauer. 44 pages, 2figures, 1 table, 6 plates. 2010.
Bulletin 151 Isoteline Trilobites of the Viola Group (Ordovician:  Oklahoma):  Systematics and Stratigraphic Occurrence, by Lisa Amati. 130 pages, 3 figures, 1 table, 31 plates. 2014. Online only.

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