This page is dedicated to highlighting recent (non-AGS) publications of local to regional interest. Emphasis will be given to publications authored by AGS members.
Links will be provided when available. Depending on the number of publications, a minimum of the previous two years will be displayed. Please forgive any omissions--please suggest titles to the website chair for display here.
Pedernales Falls State Park Spring Dye Trace Project. Determining the Source of the Spring at Pedernales Falls State Park. The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Texas State University, October 2017, 118 p., Douglas A. Wierman, Jenna Walker, and Jaime Moreno.
How much water is in the Pedernales? Determining the Source of Base Flow to the Pedernales River in Northern Blanco, Hays, and Travis Counties. The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Texas State University, September 2017, 19 p., Douglas A. Wierman.
Cover-Collapse Sinkhole Development in the Cretaceous Edwards Limestone, Central Texas, South Texas Geological Society Bulletin, October 2017, p. 36-50., Brian. B. Hunt, Brian A. Smith, Scott E. Hiers, Mark T. Adams, and Nick Brown.
Location of Abandoned Water Wells by Magnetic Surveys over the Edwards Aquifer in the San Antonio Area, Texas, South Texas Geological Society Bulletin, September 2017, p. 38-46. Mustafa Saribudak, Alf Hawkins and Roger Andrade.
Gries, Robby R., 2017. Anomalies: Pioneering Women in Petroleum Geology 1917-2017. JeWel Publishing, Denver, CO. 405 p. ISBN:978-1-936499-09-0. (Not strictly AGS or local, but many are UT Graduates and perhaps personally known to AGS members).
Origin and Characterization of Eagle Ford pore networks in the south Texas Upper Cretaceous shelf. AAPG Bulletin v.101 #3 pp387-418. DOI:10.1306/08051616035. Ko, LT, Loucks, RG, Ruppel, SC, Zhang, T, Peng, S. 2017.
Origin and Characterization of Eagle Ford pore networks in the south Texas Upper Cretaceous shelf. Ko, LT, Loucks, RG, Ruppel, SC, Zhang, T, Peng, S., 2017, AAPG Bulletin v.101 #3 pp387-418 DOI:10.1306/08051616035
Surface-water and Groundwater Interactions in the Blanco River and Onion Creek Watersheds: Implications for the Trinity and Edwards Aquifers of Central Texas. STGS Bulletin. Brian B. Hunt, Brian A. Smith, Marcus O. Gary, Alex S. Broun, Douglas A. Wierman, Jeff Watson, and David Johns; January 2017.
Geophysical mapping of Mount Bonnell fault of Balcones fault zone and its implications on Trinity-Edwards Aquifer interconnection, central Texas, USA. The Leading Edge. http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/tle35090936.1. Mustafa Saribudak. September 2016.
- Stratigraphy of Fredericksburg-Washita Division (Albian), Comanche-Cretaceous, Texas, Emphasizing Person and Georgetown Formations. Rose, P.R., 2016, Lowery et al (eds) in Proceedings: Mesozoic of the Gulf Rim and Beyond: New Progress in Science and Exploration of the Gulf of Mexico Basin, 35th Annual GCSSEPM Foundation Perkins---Rosen Research Conference, December 8-9, Houston, Texas. p. 490-534
- Late Cretaceous and Tertiary Burial History, Central Texas. Rose, P.R., 2016, GCAGS Journal, v. 5 (2016), p. 141-179.
- Discovering Westcave: The Natural and Human History of a Hill Country Nature Preserve. By S. Christopher Caran and Elaine Davenport, October 2016, TAMU Press
Geologic map of the upper Lake Travis area, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Miscellaneous Map, no. 52, 1:50,000; Charles (Chock) M. Woodruff, Jr., and Edward. W. Collins; 2016