The various types of structures to be encountered in the Williston basin and the application of the seismograph and other geophysical tools to the location of these structures are discussed.

Specific examples in the form of seismograph record cross sections show the ability of the reflection seismographs to locate these structures. Many of the unique problems encountered in the area are illustrated and suggested solutions outlined.

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