Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

Publications

Browse more than 160,000 publications authored by our scientists over the past 100+ year history of the USGS.  Publications available are: USGS-authored journal articles, series reports, book chapters, other government publications, and more.

Filter Total Items: 83572

Comstock mining and miners

No abstract available.
Authors
Eliot Lord

Contributions to the knowledge of the older Mesozoic flora of Virginia

No abstract available.
Authors
William Morris Fontaine

Geology of Wisconsin: Survey of 1873-1879, Volume I

The leading purpose df this volume was determined by the following enactment, being section 1, chapter 121, of the Laws of 1876. "The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Section 1. That in the preparation of his final report, the chief geologist be, and he is hereby authorized to collate the general geology and the leading facts and principles
Authors
T.C. Chamberlin

Mineral resources of the United States, 1882

No abstract available.
Authors
Albert Williams

On hypersthene andesite and on triclinic pyroxene in augitic rocks

No abstract available.
Authors
Whitman Cross, Samuel Franklin Emmons

The copper-bearing rocks of lake Superior

No abstract available.
Authors
Roland Duer Irving

The tertiary lake-basin at Florissant, Colorado, between South and Hayden Parks

The following remarks are based upon collections and notes made during a visit to Florissant, in the summer of 1877, in company with Messrs. Arthur Lakes, of Golden, Colo., and F. C. Bowditch, of Boston, Mass. As five days only were spent in the place, most of the time was given up to the collection and care of specimens, so that only a general survey of the locality was possible. Mr. Lakes especi
Authors
Samuel H. Scudder

Twelfth Annual Report of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories: A report of progress of the exploration in Wyoming and Idaho for the year 1878, Part I: Geology, paleontology, and zoology

This report includes the labors of the corps for the field season of 1878, and the office work until the close of the existence of the Survey by law June 30, 1879. Several of the members have, however, performed very important work since that time in elaborating their individual reports, which has added greatly to their interest and value.A general summary of the work for the season of 1878 will b
Authors
F. V. Hayden