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Problems Facing Coal Mining and Gas Production in the Hartshorne Coalbeds of the Western Arkoma Basin, Oklahoma

Description: This report provides pertinent geologic information for long-range planning of subsurface coal and gas production from the Hartshorne Coalbeds. Problems encountered include the complex distribution of minable and un-minable coal, high methane content and bed pressure, faulting, variations in degree of dip, presence of natural gas fields in associated sandstones, and legal problems.
Date: 1983
Creator: Iannacchione, Anthony T.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Water-Level Changes in the High Plains Regional Aquifer, Northwestern Oklahoma, Predevelopment to 1980

Description: From general description: During 1978, the U.S. Geological Survey began a 5-year study of the High Plains regional aquifer system to provide hydrologic information for evaluation of the effects of long-term development of the aquifer and to develop computer models for prediction of aquifer response to alternative changes in ground-water management (Weeks, 1978). This report is one of a series presenting hydrologic information on the High plains aquifer in Oklahoma.
Date: 1983
Creator: Havens, John S.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Base Visit Report Fort Sill, OK - 11 June 2005

Description: Fort Sill, home of the Field Artillery since 1911, is a joint-service, multi-faceted installation that serves as the Army's Center of Excellence for Joint Fires and Effects. A critical sub-component of this concept is the establishment of a Net Fires Center pursuant to the Net Fires DOD BRAC recommendation.
Date: July 19, 2005
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Coalition Correspondence – Fax dtd 07/12/05 to R&A Air Force Team Leader Ken Small from the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber

Description: Coalition Correspondence – Fax dtd 07/12/05 to R&A Air Force Team Leader Ken Small from the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber forwarding a point paper regarding the relocation of Civilian Personnel Offices such as the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center.
Date: July 14, 2005
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Executive Correspondence – Letter dtd 07/28/2005 to Charles Battaglia and Dave Van Saun from Congressman Dan Boren

Description: Executive Correspondence – Letter dtd 07/28/2005 to Charles Battaglia and Dave Van Saun from Congressman Dan Boren (2nd OK) discussing the benefits of the DoD relocating missions to McAlester Army Ammunition Plant and the Defense Ammunition Center in McAlester, OK. Attached is are documents concerning the cost of living in the McAlester, OK area.
Date: July 29, 2005
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Executive Correspondence – Letters dtd 08/04/05 to Chairman Principi and the BRAC Commissioners from MG, USA (R) Leo J. Baxter

Description: Executive Correspondence – Letters dtd 08/04/05 to Chairman Principi and the BRAC Commissioners from MG, USA (R) Leo J. Baxter, formerly Fort Sill Commanding General, supporting the retention of Fort Sill and the integration of the Air Defense Center and School with Fort Sill.
Date: August 11, 2005
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Department of the Navy - Memorandum for the Record - Infrastructure Analysis Team Meeting with Enid, Oklahoma Delegation

Description: RADM Christopher E. Weaver, USN, Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNI)/Director,A shore Readiness Division (OPNAV N46) met with Congressman Frank Lucas (R-3-OK) and members of the Enid, OK Vance Development Authority, including Michael G. Cooper, and Enid civic leaders in Room 4D447 at 1030 on 12 April 2005. In addition, CAPT James D. Heffernan, USN, OASN (I&E) ; CDR Marc Hochberg, USN, OLA; and, Capt James A. Noel, USMC, ODASN (Ism) were also present.
Date: August 29, 2005
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Spatial and Temporal Influences of Water Quality on Zooplankton in Lake Texoma

Description: Seventy-one aquatic species including the copepodids and nauplii were identified from Lake Texoma from August 1996 to September 1997. Zooplankton community structure, abundance and spatial and temporal distributions were compared among five lake zones delineated a priori based on chloride concentration. The zones, in order of decreasing chloride concentration, are the Red River zone (RRZ), Red river Transition zone (RRTZ), Main Lake zone (MLZ), Washita River Transition zone (WRTZ) and Washita River zone (WRZ). Bray Curtis Similarity Index showed community structure was most similar in the two Red River arm zones, the two Washita River arm zones and the MLZ. Zooplankton abundance was greatest in the Red River arm (312 org/L), intermediate in the Washita River arm (217 org/L) and least in the Main Lake body (103 org/L). A significant increase in the abundance of a deformed rotifer, Keratella cochlearis, was observed mainly in the Red River arm during a second study from March 1999 to June 1999. Seasonal dynamics, rather than spatial dynamics, were more important in structuring the zooplankton community, especially in the two river arms. Spatial variance was solely attributed to station and zone effects independent of time for a few crustacean species and many of the water quality parameters supporting the presence of longitudinal gradients of differing water quality. Three independent models (Red River arm, Washita River arm, Main Lake body) rather than a single model for the entire reservoir, best describe patterns in the zooplankton community and its relationship to seasonal, physical and chemical factors. Statistical power, sample size and taxonomic resolution were examined. When monitoring seasonal and annuals trends in abundance, the greatest statistical power was achieved by analyzing count data at taxonomic levels above genus. Taxonomic sufficiency was assessed to determine if costs could be reduced for zooplankton identifications. For water quality monitoring ...
Date: May 2000
Creator: Franks, Jessica L.
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