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Clark, J., Beerbower, J.R., and Kietzke, K.K., 1967, Oligocene sedimentation, stratigraphy, paleoecology and paleoclimatology of the Big Badlands of South Dakota: Fieldiana, Geology Memoirs, 5, 158 p. (QE1 .F55 vol. 5)

 Clausen, E.N., 1989, Presence of rounded boulders and large cobbles at base of White River Group (Oligocene) strata in southwest North Dakota and northwest South Dakota: Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, v.27, n.1, p.1-6. (PERIODICAL 550.5 C76)

Evans, J.E., and Terry, D.O., Jr., 1994, The significance of incision and fluvial sedimentation in the basal White River Group (Eocene-Oligocene), Badlands of South Dakota, USA: Sedimentary Geology, v.90, p.137-152.

Evans, J.E., and Terry, D.O., Jr., 1995, Lacustrine and palustrine carbonates, Bloom Basin Limestone Bed, Chadron Formation, Badlands of South Dakota, U.S.A., in Gierlowkowski-Kordesch, E., and Kelts, K., eds., Global geological record of lake basins, v.2: New York, Cambridge University Press.

LaGarry, H.E., Terry, D.O., Jr., and LaGarry, L.A., 1996, Paleovalley sequences of the Chadron Fm. in northwestern Nebraska; a previously-unrecognized lithostratigraphic interval of the White River Group: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 28th annual meeting, p.309. 

Shurr, G.W., 1982, Geologic significance of lineaments interpreted from landsat images near the northern Black Hills, in Christopher, J.E., and Kaldi, J., eds., Fourth International Williston Basin Symposium: Saskatchewan Geological Society Special Publication 6, p.313-320.

Shurr, G.W., 1994, Landsat mapping of tectonic blocks that show strike slip, Northern Great Plains, USA: American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Annual Meeting Abstracts, p.258.

Shurr, G.W., 1996, Overview of shallow gas production from Eagle-equivalent rocks south and east of Cedar Creek Anticline: AAPG Bulletin, v. 80, n. 6, p. 981. (550.5 Am3)

Shurr, G.W., 1997, Evidence for fractured reservoirs in shallow gas fields near Cedar Creek Anticline in the Northern Great Plains: AAPG Bulletin, v. 81, n. 7, p. 1233. (550.5 Am3)

Shurr, G.W., Ashworth, A.C., Benton, R., Murphy, E.C., and Biek, R.F., 1996, Regional Framework for Tertiary Tectonism in the Northern Great Plains, in Paterson, C.J., and Kirchner, J.G, Guidebook to the geology of the Black Hills, South Dakota: Rapid City, SD, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Bul. 19, p.129-134.

Shurr, G.W., Ashworth, A.C., Burke, R.B., and Diehl, P.E., 1995, Tectonic controls on the Lodgepole play in northern Stark County, North Dakota - perspectives from surface and subsurface studies, in Hunter, L.D.V., ed., Proceedings of the Seventh International Williston Basin Symposium: Montana Geological Society Guidebook, P.203-208.

Shurr, G.W., Hammond, R.H., and Bretz, R.F., 1994, Cretaceous paleotectonism and post depositional tectonism in south-central South Dakota: an example of epeirogenic tectonism in continental lithosphere, in Shurr, G.W., Ludvigson, G.A., and Hammond, R.H., eds., Perspectives on the eatern margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin: Geological Society of America Special Paper 287, p.237-256. (QE685 .P46 1994)

Smith, K.G., 1952, Structure plan of clastic dikes: American Geophysical Union Transactions, v.33, n.6, p.869-892. 

Stoffer, P.W., Messina, P., and Chamberlain, J.A., Jr., 1997, Buried slumps in the upper Pierre Shale and Fox Hills Formation (Maastrichtian, Late Cretaceous) in Badlands National Park, South Dakota: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 1997 Annual Meeting, p.274-275. 

Terry, D.O., LaGarry, H.E., and Hunt, R.M., Jr., eds., 1998, Depositional environments, lithostratigraphy, and biostratigraphy of the White River and Arikaree groups (Late Eocene to early Miocene, North America): Boulder, CO, GSA, 216 p. (QE691 .D45 1998)  

Terry, D.O., LaGarry, H.E., and Wells, W.B., 1995, The White River Group revisited; vertebrate trackways, ecosystems, and lithostratigraphic revision, redefinition, and redescription; Field trip No. 4, in Geologic field trips in Nebraska and adjacent parts of Kansas and South Dakota: Lincoln, NE, University of Nebrask-Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division.