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126 1926-27 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1926
127 1927-28 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1927
128 1928-29 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1928
129 1929-30 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1929
130 1930-31 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1930
131 Toward a definition of tar sandsThis report summarizes information presented during the Tar Sands Workshop sponsored by the Department of Energy/Resource Applications (RA), Office of Oil and Natural Gas at the U.S. Geological Survey in Reston on August 7, 1980 . No definition suitable for RA's purposes currently exists that distin...defining tar sands; tar sands; Tar Sands Workshop; technical data concerning tar sands; heavy oil; quantitative standards1930-08-07
132 Bituminous sandstone near Vernal, UtahAsphalt Ridge, a series of low discontinuous hogbacks, 3 to 4 miles southwest of Vernal, Utah, contains beds of bitumen-saturated sandstone, most of which are of Eocene age and belong to the Uinta formation, but a few may belong to the Mesaverde formation, of Cretaceous age. At seven localities alon...1931
133 1931-32 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1931
134 1932-33 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1932
135 1933-34 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1933
136 California production statistics-1933: Annual review of curtailment and production1933
137 An overview of tar sand of UtahUtah contains a vast tar sand resource; 53 identified deposits (figure 1) have been estimated to contain 19.4 to 29.2 billion barrels of oil in place (IOCC, 1984; Ritzma and Campbell, 1979)(table 1). Tar sand deposits are defined as consolidated or unconsolidated hydrocarbon deposits having in-situ ...1933-09
138 1934-35 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1934
139 California production statistics-1934: Production by companyComparison of potentials and allotments: Years 1933 and 1934--California: Resume1934
140 1935-36 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1935
141 California production statistics-1935: Production by companyAnnual review of California crude oil production: Year 1935: Resume1935
142 1936-37 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1936
143 California production statistics-1936: Production by companyAnnual review of California crude oil production: Year 1936: Resume1936
144 1937-38 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1937
145 California production statistics-1937: Production by companyAnnual review of California crude oil production: Year 1937: Resume1937
146 1938-39 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1938
147 California production statistics-1938: Production by companyAnnual review of California crude oil production: Year 1938: ResumeOil production; Gas production; 1938. Utah1938
148 California production statistics-1939: Production by companyAnnual review of california crude oil production: Year 1939: ResumeCalifornia; Crude oil production; 1939; Dataset1939
149 1939-40 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1939
150 1940-41 General Catalog; University of Utah catalogue; (Catalog)1940
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