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Evaporates and red beds in Roman Nose State Park, northwest Oklahoma

By
Kenneth S. Johnson
Kenneth S. Johnson
Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma 73019
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Published:
January 01, 1988

Abstract

Roman Nose State Park comprises 540 acres (219 hectares) of public lands where layers of Permian gypsum, dolomite, and shale are well exposed and where fresh water flows from three natural springs. The site is in the central part of Blaine County, northwestern Oklahoma (Fig. 1), located about 6 mi (10 km) north of Watonga, in Secs. 23 and 24, T.17N., R.12W. The park allows free access at all times and provides picnic and camping facilities; the park also contains a resort lodge, meals, and cottages. For information and access to springs and other areas partially closed during winter months (October 1 till early April), contact the Park Superintendent, Roman Nose State Park, Route 1, Box 2-2, Watonga, OK 73772 (telephone: 405/623-4215). The area is on the Watonga Lake 7½-minute Quadrangle.

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DNAG, Centennial Field Guides

South-Central Section of the Geological Society of America

O. T. Hayward
O. T. Hayward
Geology Department, Baylor University, Waco, Texas 76798
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Geological Society of America
Volume
4
ISBN electronic:
9780813754109
Publication date:
January 01, 1988

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