Igneous geology of the Wichita Mountains, southwestern Oklahoma
The Wichita Mountains extend for about 65 mi (105 km) northwest from Lawton, Oklahoma (Fig. 1). Four sites are described here: 27—Quartz Mountain State Park in the western part of the Wichita Mountains, near Oklahoma 44A; 28—The Tom Steed Reservoir area, along U.S. 183 in the central Wichita Mountains; 29—French Lake, south of Oklahoma 49; and 30—the Mt. Scott area, north of Oklahoma 49 in the eastern Wichita Mountains. Specific directions to each site are given with the site descriptions.
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South-Central Section of the Geological Society of America
One of six volumes generated by each GSA section for the Decade of North American Geology (DNAG) project, this Centennial Field Guide contains descriptions of 100 sites or site clusters representing outstanding geologic locations in Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.