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In 1990, the Division of Archeology was transferred from the Maryland Geological Survey. D., 1981 Note: Information in OFR 3 has been updated by OFR 8 (see below) and RI 49.
This listing also includes some non-Survey publications that are sold through the Maryland Geological Survey publications office. (Available only on microfiche) Part 1: Introduction; Part 3: Highway legislation in Maryland; Part 4: The present condition of Maryland highways; Part 5: Construction and repair of roads; Part 6: Qualities of good road metal and methods of testing them; Part 7: The administration of roads; Part 8: The advantages of good roads; Appendix: Laws of Maryland relating to highways.
(Available only on microfiche) Part 1: The history of Maryland during Paleozoic time; Part 2: Second report on the highways of Maryland; Part 3: Report on the clays of Maryland.
(Available only on microfiche) Part 1: Second report on the coals of Maryland; Part 2: The fire clays of Maryland. (Geologic map also sold separately; see GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE WESTERN BLUE RIDGE, FREDERICK AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES, MARYLAND on the Miscellaneous Maps page)OCCURRANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF RADIUM, GROSS ALPHA-PARTICLE ACTIVITY, AND GROSS BETA-PARTICLE ACTIVITY IN GROUND WATER IN THE MAGOTHY FORMATION AND POTOMAC GROUP AQUIFERS, UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY AREA, MARYLANDNOTE: Series numbers were initiated in 1985, starting with Spec. This historic document is now available as a free download in PDF format through the Maryland State Archives ( A hand-written report illustrated with photographs, maps and drawings, entitled The Patapsco Project, which documents the Baltimore City’s Department of Public Works investigation of water and water power rights – essentially, the active, inactive, and ruined mills and dams – along the Patapsco River and its tributaries in Maryland between 19. The following publications are no longer available through Maryland Geological Survey . Although obsolete, the original data for OFR 3 are available for inspection at the Maryland Geological Survey Part One: Hydrogeologic framework and potential utilization of the brine aquifers of the Waste Gate Formation, a new unit of the Potomac Group underlying the Delmarva Peninsula. To obtain copies of Archeological Studies or information concerning other archeology reports or Maryland archeology please contact: 94 p., 14 figs., 3 tabs.
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(Available only on microfiche) Part 1: Second report on State highway construction; Part 2: Maryland mineral industries; Part 3: Report on the limestones of Maryland.