GSA 81-1: Stratigraphy, sedimentology. 6 field trips in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, and West Virginia, p. 1-258. $8.00.
GSA 81-2: Economic geology, structure. 4 field trips in Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina, plus abstracts for two additional trips, p. 259-408. $8.00.
GSA 81-3: Geomorphology, hydrogeology, geoarchaeology, engineering geology. 5 field trips in Ohio and Kentucky, plus an abstract for one additional trip, p. 409-572. $8.00.
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The following Geological Society of America Centennial Field Guide reprints are available from the Division of Geological Survey for $1.00 each. Please order by number and title.
From Volume 3:
No. 90. Lake Erie: deposition, erosion, and the effect of harbor structures near Fairport Harbor, Ohio.
No. 91. Kelleys Island: giant glacial grooves and Devonian shelf carbonates in north-central Ohio
No. 92. Garfield Heights: Quaternary stratigraphy of northeastern Ohio.
No. 93. The Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, Ohio: Devonian and Carboniferous clastic rocks.
No. 94. Wellsville Hill: exposures in the Pennsylvanian Allegheny and Conemaugh Groups of eastern Ohio.
No. 95. Black Hand Gorge State Nature Preserve: Lower Mississippian deltaic deposits in east-central Ohio.
No. 96. Flint Ridge, Ohio: flint facies of the Pennsylvanian Vanport limestone.
No. 97. John Bryan State Park, Ohio: Silurian stratigraphy.
No. 98. Hueston Woods State Park: Wisconsinan glacial stratigraphy in southwestern Ohio.
No. 99. Copperas Mountain: black shale facies of the Upper Devonian Ohio Shale in south-central Ohio.
No. 100. The Serpent Mound disturbance, south-central Ohio.
From Volume 6:
No. 5. Cincinnati region: Ordovician stratigraphy near the southwestern corner of Ohio.