Field work is now being carried on in northeastern Iowa, by field classes and graduate students in the Department of Geology in the State University of Iowa, under the direction of the writer. The first work was done in the summer of 1913, in the driftless area of Allamakee, Clayton, and Dubuque Counties, by a field class. The most detailed work has been done by Mr. A. J. Williams who has written a Master's thesis on a small area around Dubuque. The work will be continued during the coming summer, and will probably be carried on in following summers, until the outstanding problems of the region have been solved. Perhaps it may then be carried into other parts of the driftless area in adjoining states.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1914 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Trowbridge, Arthur C.
"Preliminary Report on Geological Work in Northeastern Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 21(1), 205-209.
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