Stratigraphic and structural interpretations are coördinated with paleogeology to deal with: (a) regional distribution of oil fields producing from pre-Mississippian strata, and (b) regional distribution, origin, and significance of the surficial en échelon faults in Paleozoic strata, in Oklahoma and Kansas.

Application of the implied fundamentals to exploratory practice in the two states appears feasible.

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