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  Vol 1. No 1: A summary of Virginia's mineral resources, 1955

  Vol 31. No 1: Travertine-marl deposits of the Valley and Ridge Province of Virginia - A preliminary report, 1985.

  Vol 1. No 2: Virginia's oil and gas resources, 1955

  Vol 31. No 2: Mineralogy and chemistry of gold in the Virgilina District, Halifax County, Virginia, 1985.

  Vol 1. No 3: Ground water in Piedmont, Virginia, 1955

  Vol 31. No 3: Mineral and fossil collecting sites in Virginia, 1985.

  Vol 1. No 4: Uranium in Virginia, 1955

  Vol 31. No 4: Additional gold mines, prospects, and occurrences in Virginia, 1985.

  Vol 1. No 5: Current manganese operations in Virginia, 1955

  Vol 32. No 1: Virginia's industrial silica resources, 1986.

  Vol 10. No 1: Tolley's Cave, 1964.

  Vol 32. No 2: Morefield pegmatite mine reopens - Virginia's only active underground gem mine, 1986.

  Vol 10. No 2: Natural Bridge and vicinity, 1964

  Vol 32. No 3: Coal-in-water: Fuel of the future?, 1986.

  Vol 10. No 3: Iron and titanium mineral pigments in Virginia, 1964

  Vol 32. No 4:Virginia's Lime Industry, 1986.

  Vol 10. No 4: Everona Formation in the northern Piedmont, Virginia, 1964

  Vol 33. No 1: Virginia Mineral Locality Index, 1987.

  Vol 11. No 1: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1963, 1965

  Vol 33. No 2: Pyrite and other minerals from Barger's quarry near Lexington, Virginia, 1987.

  Vol 11. No 2: John W. Flannagan Dam - the prepaid dam, 1965

  Vol 33. No 3: Geology of the Briery Creek Triassic basin, Virginia, 1987.

  Vol 11. No 3: Diatomaceous sediments in Virginia, 1965

  Vol 33. No 4: Geology of the Carolina stone quarry, 1987.

  Vol 11. No 4: Suggestions for prospecting for evaporite deposits in SW Virginia, 1965

  Vol 34. No 1: On Radon, 1988.

  Vol 12. No 1: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1964, 1966

  Vol 34. No 2: Uppermost Cambrian and lowest Ordovician conodont and trilobite biostratigraphy in northwestern Virginia, 1988.

  Vol 12. No 2: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1965, 1966.

  Vol 34. No 3: Scenic Landforms of Virginia, 1988.

  Vol 12. No 3: Renewed interest in heavy minerals, 1966.

  Vol 34. No 4: Geology and the slate industry in the Arvonia district, Buckingham County, Virginia, 1988.

  Vol 12. No 4: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1965, 1966.

  Vol 35. No 1: American Institute of Professional Geologists abstracts from annual meeting, 1989.

  Vol 13. No 1: Virginia's contribution to the Kyanite-Mullite industry, 1967.

  Vol 35. No 2: Reorganization of the Division of Mineral Resources, 1989.

  Vol 13. No 2: Oil and gas development in Virginia during 1966, 1967.

  Vol 35. No 3: Estimates of the occurrence and resulting effects of damaging earthquakes in Virginia, 1989.

  Vol 13. No 3: Reclamation of depleted sand and gravel sites in eastern Virginia, 1967.

  Vol 35. No 4: Mineral resource production in Virginia - 1988, 1989.

  Vol 13. No 4: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1966, 1967.

  Vol 36. No 1: Oil and gas exploration and development in Virginia, 1979-1988, 1990.

  Vol 14. No 1: Topographic maps and their uses, 1968.

  Vol 36. No 2: Non-bauxitic alumina resources in Virginia, 1990.

  Vol 14. No 2: Magnetometer study in the Leesburg quadrangle, 1968.

  Vol 36. No 3: The geology of Natural Tunnel State Park, 1990.

  Vol 14. No 3: Ground water fluctuations in Virginia, 1968.

  Vol 36. No 4: Mineral industry in Virginia - 1989, 1990.

  Vol 14. No 4: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1967, 1968.

  Vol 37. No 1: Precious-metal mines, prospects, and occurrences in Virginia - an update, 1991.

  Vol 15. No 1: Coking industry in Virginia, 1969.

  Vol 37. No 2: Natural Radiation, 1991.

  Vol 15. No 2:Aerial photographs in Virginia, 1969.

  Vol 37. No 3: Available coal resources of the Wise 7.5-minute quadrangle, Virginia, 1991.

  Vol 15. No 3:Road logs - Staunton, Churchville, Greenville, and Stuarts Draft quadrangles, 1969.

  Vol 37. No 4: Balcony Falls, 1991

  Vol 15. No 4: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1968, 1969.

  Vol 38. No 1: Large andalusite crystals from Campbell County, Virginia, 1992.

  Vol 15. Special Issue: Natural features caused by a catastrophic storm in Nelson & Amherst Counties, Virginia, 1969.

  Vol 38. No 2: Mineral collecting sites in Virginia, 1992.

  Vol 16. No 1: Road log - storm damaged areas in central Virginia, 1970.

  Vol 38. No 3: Gemstones and decorative-ornamental stones of Virginia, 1992.

  Vol 16. No 2: Mineral resource development, 1970.

  Vol 38. No 4: Interesting uses of stone in Virginia part I, 1992.

  Vol 16. No 3: Gravity survey of Northampton and Accomack County, Virginia, 1970.

  Vol 39. No 1 & 2: Interesting uses of stone in Virginia part II, 1993

  Vol 16. No 4: Mechanical well-logging methods, 1970.

  Vol 39. No 3: Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy Division of Mineral Resources - The State Geological Survey, 1993.

  Vol 17. No 1: Gem stones, 1971.

  Vol 39. No 4: Field guide to the Ordovician Walker Mountain Sandstone Member: Proposed type section and other exposures, 1993.

  Vol 17. No 2: Road log of the geology of Frederick County, Virginia, 1971.

  Vol 4. No 1: New titanium plant, 1958

  Vol 17. No 3: Gold mines and prospects in Virginia, 1971.

  Vol 4. No 2: Lime industry in Virginia, 1958

  Vol 17. No 4 :Our mineral heritage - overindulgence or self-denial, 1971.

  Vol 4. No 3: Directory of rock and mineral producers, 1958

  Vol 18. No 1: Deep test in Accomack County, Virginia, 1972.

  Vol 4. No 4: New equipment, 1958

  Vol 18. No 2: Additional Pleistocene mollusks of Virginia, 1972.

  Vol 40. No 1 & 2: Minerals of Rockbridge County, Virginia, 1994.

  Vol 18. No 3: Environment and environmental geology, 1972.

  Vol 40. No 3 & 4. Grenville-age ultramafic plutons in the northern Virginia Blue Ridge, 1994.

  Vol 18. No 4: What mining means to the United States, 1972.

  Vol 41. No 1: Coalbed methane in Virginia, 1995.

  Vol 19. No 1: Topographic maps for the Commonwealth, 1973.

  Vol 41. No 2: Update on unreported occurrences of gold-silver in Virginia, 1995.

  Vol 19. No 2: 1972 United States energy position, 1973.

  Vol 41. No 3: Cadmium, Gallium, and Germanium resources in Virginia, 1995.

  Vol 19. No 3: Geologic maps, their preparation and use, 1973.

  Vol 41. No 4: The highest mountain in Virginia: Mt. Rogers and Whitetop or...Balsam and Meadow Mountains?, 1995.

  Vol 19. No 4: Field trip across the Blue Ridge anticlinorium, Smith River allochthon, Sauratown

  Vol 42. No 1: Catalog of Virginia oil and gas well samples, 1996.

  Vol 2. No 1: Sulphides in Virginia, 1956

  Vol 42. No 2: Geology and the Civil War in southwestern Virginia: The Wythe County Lead Mines, 1996.

  Vol 2. No 4: Spelunking in Virginia, 1956

  Vol 42. No 3: Geology and the Civil War in southwestern Virginia: The Smyth County Salt Works, 1996.

  Vol 2: No 3: Geophysical surveying, 1956

  Vol 42. No 4: Diamonds in Virginia, 1996.

  Vol 20. No 1: Mineral and fossil collecting sites in Virginia, 1974.

  Vol 43. No 1: SEM and EMX study of titaniferous minerals in the Ordovician Deike K-bentonite of southwestern Virginia, 1997.

  Vol 20. No 2: Notes on some abandoned copper, lead, and zinc mines in the Piedmont of Virginia, 1974.

  Vol 43. No 2: Ancient Warm Springs deposits in Bath and Rockingham Counties, Virginia, 1997.

  Vol 20. No 3: Meteorites of Virginia, 1974.

  Vol 43. No 3: Virginia mining 1995: An eleven and one-half billion dollar industry, 1997.

  Vol 20. No 4: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1973 - Advance Summary, 1974.

  Vol 43. No 4: Geology and the Civil War in southwestern Virginia: Union Raiders in the New River valley, May 1864, 1997

  Vol 21. No 1: Road log to some abandoned gold mines of the gold-pyrite belt, northeastern Virginia, 1975.

  Vol 44. No 1: The Cold Spring and related clay deposits along the western slope of the central Blue Ridge in Virginia, 1998.

  Vol 21. No 2: The nuclear controversy: the view from Britain, 1975.

  Vol 44. No 2: Mining and processing by-product resources in Virginia, 1998.

  Vol 21. No 4: Road log of the geology from Madison to Cumberland Counties in the Piedmont, central

  Vol 44. No 3: History of brick in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, 1998.

  Vol 22. No 1: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1974 - Advance Summary, 1976.

  Vol 44. No 4: Geology and history of the Civil War iron industry in the New River-Cripple Creek District of Southwest Virginia, 1998.

  Vol 22. No 2: Road log of the geology in the northern Appalachian Valley of Virginia, 1976.

  Vol 45. No 1: Mammoth tooth found in Endless Caverns, Virginia, 1999.

  Vol 22. No 3: Abandoned copper mines and prospects in the Virgilina district, Virginia, 1976.

  Vol 45. No 2: Addressing mineral resources in comprehensive planning, 1999.

  Vol 22. No 4: Reinterpretation of the geology of Brooks Gap, Rockingham County, Virginia, 1976.

  Vol 45. No 3: Vein quartz in Virginia, 1999.

  Vol 23. No 1: On Earthquakes, 1977.

  Vol 45. No 4: The Culpeper Basin, 1999.

  Vol 23. No 2: Geochemical reconnaissance for gold in the Caledonia and Pendleton quadrangles in the Piedmont of central Virginia, 1977.

  Vol 46. No 1: Geology and history of the Confederate coal mines in Montgomery County, Virginia, 2000.

  Vol 23. No 3: The Carters Bridge, Virginia Earthquake of February 27, 1977, 1977.

  Vol 46. No 2: The Morefield pegmatite, Amelia, Virginia, Mineral Update, 2000.

  Vol 23. No 4: Oil and gas development in Virginia during 1976, 1977.

  Vol 46. No 3: Structure and tectonics field trip to the eastern Blue Ridge and western Piedmont near Martinsville, Virginia, 2000.

  Vol 24. No 1: Syntectonic deposition of Lower to Middle Silurian sandstones, central Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, 1977.

  Vol 46. No 4: Lightning creates a Virginia fulgurite, 2000.

  Vol 24. No 2: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1976, 1978.

  Vol 47. No 1: Analyses of carbonate rocks in the Virginia portion of the Middlesboro 1:100,000 sheet, 2001.

  Vol 24. No 3: State geologist retires, 1978.

  Vol 47. No 2: Reference section of the Cambrian-age Rome Formation to Ordovician-age Mascot Dolomite measured near Gate City, Virginia, 2001.

  Vol 24. No 4: Seismic hazard in Virginia, 1978.

  Vol 47. No 3: Some of Virginia's imported and exported mineral commodities and products, 2001.

  Vol 25. No 1: Summary of coal resources in Virginia, 1979.

  Vol 47. No 4: Geology and history of Confederate saltpeter cave operations in western Virginia, 2001.

  Vol 25. No 2: Radioactivity surveys, 1979.

  Vol 48. No 1: Use of coal combustion products in Virginia, 2002.

  Vol 25. No 3: Gamma ray spectrometry and geology mapping, 1979.

  Vol 48. No 2 & 3 : A guide to the educational rock and mineral garden: Samples of Virginia's geological diversity, 2002.

  Vol 25. No 4: Mineral fuels in the 1980's and 1990's, 1979.

  Vol 48. No 4: A preliminary investigation of the Chimborazo Hill landslide of August 30, 2004, 2005.

  Vol 26. No 1: Road log of the geology of the Abingdon and Shady Valley quadrangles, 1980.

  Vol 49. No 1 & 2: Bettie Martin iron mine and Old's furnace North Garden, Virginia, 2006.

  Vol 26. No 2: Geologic research in Virginia, 1980.

  Vol 49. No 3 & 4: Eocene igneous rocks near Monterey, Virginia: A field study, 2006.

  Vol 26. No 3: Process of gold recovery in Virginia, 1980.

  Vol 5. No 1: The mineral industry in Virginia in 1957, 1959

  Vol 26. No 4: Soft sediment deformations within clasts of the Liberty Hall Formation, 1980.

  Vol 5. No 2: A review of oil and gas in Virginia, 1959

  Vol 27. No 1: Natural gas in Virginia, 1981.

  Vol 5. No 3: Topographic mapping in Virginia, 1959

  Vol 27. No 2: Blue quartz in Virginia, 1981.

  Vol 5. No 4: A summary of ground water conditions in the Piedmont Province of Virginia, 1959

  Vol 27. No 3: Field guide to selected Paleozoic rocks, Valley and Ridge Province, Virginia, 1981.

  Vol 50. No 1: Kipps' Lime-Magnesia, 2007.

  Vol 27. No 4: Gas plays in overthrust belts: Activity in Virginia is increasing, 1981.

  Vol 50. No 2: The Allah Cooper (Valcooper) mine revisited, 2007.

  Vol 28. No 1: Industrial rock and mineral resources in Virginia, 1982.

  Vol 50. No 3 & 4: Characterization of variably lithified feldspathic sands in the inner Coastal Plain and Fall Zone, 2007

  Vol 28. No 2: Geothermal energy for eastern United States, 1982.

  Vol 51. No 1 & 2: Trends in the depth, yield, and water quality of wells in Virginia related to geologic conditions, 2008.

  Vol 28. No 3: Geology and mineral resources of the Farmville Triassic basin, Virginia, 1982

  Vol 6. No 1: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1958 review, 1960

  Vol 28. No 4: Gold occurrences in Virginia - An Update, 1982.

  Vol 6. No 4: Strontium minerals from Wise County, Virginia, 1960

  Vol 29. No 1: Large gem topaz crystal discovery, 1983.

  Vol 7. No 1: Botanical prospecting for ore deposits, 1961

  Vol 29. No 2: Strontium minerals from Wise County, Virginia - An Update, 1983.

  Vol 7. No 2: Talc, soapstone, and related stone deposits of Virginia, 1961

  Vol 29. No 3: Virginia's Mineral Industry, 1983.

  Vol 7. No 3: Highlights in the Virginia Coal industry, 1961

  Vol 29. No 4: Narrows landslide, Giles County, Virginia, 1983.

  Vol 7. No 4: Utilization of rock materials in the lower Chesapeake Bay bridge-tunnel, 1961

  Vol 3. No 1: Vermiculite, 1957

  Vol 8. No 1: Airborne magnetometer survey for Southwest Virginia, 1962

  Vol 3. No 2: Mineral collecting in Virginia, 1957

  Vol 8. No 2: Structural clay products industry, 1962

  Vol 3. No 3: Announcement of the Division of Mineral Resources of the Department of Conservation

  Vol 8. No 3: Selected Tertiary fossil localities of the Virginia coastal plain, 1962

  Vol 3. No 4: The geologists role in Highway Engineering, 1957.

  Vol 9. No 1.Topographic mapping, 1963

  Vol 30. No 1: Historical background of energy policy: federal response to the energy problem, 1984.

  Vol 9. No 2: Geologic mapping (indices for 1931-1960), 1963

  Vol 30. No 2: The Middle and Late Pleistocene stratigraphy of the outer coastal plain, southeast Virginia, 1984.

  Vol 9. No 3: Lightweight aggregate industry in Virginia, 1963

  Vol 30. No 3: Mineral production in Virginia for 1982, 1984.

  Vol 9. No 4: The mineral industry of Virginia in 1962, 1963

  Vol 30. No 4: Uranium and thorium mineralization of the northern half of the Horseshoe Mountain quadrangle, Nelson County, Virginia, 1984.

  Vol. 6 No 3: Unique fossils from Virginia, 1960