Mexico’s oil districts have always been a source of interest to the American geologist irrespective of whether he has ever had a direct connection with them. But the majority of geologists have only a vague idea of the location and extent of the various pools; “somewhere near Tampico” locates everything. The geologic literature on the oil regions is scattered; the writer knows of no publication containing a map or description of the location of the various pools to which an interested party may turn for reference. Having received numerous requests for such information it is solely with the idea of...

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