of '93 - 28.5 minutes; Sunflower Journeys
of this tape discusses the flood of '93 at the Tuttle Creek Reservoir in
the vicinity of Manhattan, Kansas. Dr. Alan Archer of Kansas State
University discusses the canyon cut by erosional processes in Permian age
Abandoned Wells - 5 minutes; Kansas Groundwater Districts
of the dangers to children from abandoned wells and of the effects on aquifers
from pollution by numerous chemicals and bacteria from such wells.
Report procedures for abandoned wells are briefly discussed and the addresses
of the various groundwater districts are listed.
Channels and Valley Fill Systems - Tape 2 - 60 minutes; SIPES
Foundation (Rod Tillman)
- This tape discusses in particular the Stateline Trend of Morrow reservoirs
in Kansas and Colorado.
Channels and Valley Fill Systems - Tape 5 - 60 minutes; SIPES
Foundation (Steve Sonnenberg) -
The Stewart Field, Finney Co., Kansas is discussed in detail.
Flood of '93 - 27 minutes; Corps of Engineers
discusses the flood which occurred in the summer of '93 at Milford and
Tuttle Creek reservoirs. It includes a discussion by Dr. Ron West
of the algal stromatolite beds exposed below the dam at Tuttle Creek as
a result of the flood.
to Field Trips - 22 minutes; Corps of Engineers.
the flood of '93 in northeastern Kansas and its relation -ship to Milford
and Tuttle Creek reservoirs. A field trip of 4-H members, led by
Dr. Ron West of Kansas State University, examines the exposed geologic
section. Dr. West describes this geologic section exposed as a result
of the flood as well as the fossils in this section.
of Kansas - 16
minutes; Instructional Video.
This video shows Kansas fossils
and the environment in which they were formed.
Climate Change ... A Scientific and Political Update - 30 minutes;
SIPES (For Professional)
of the subject by Dr. Lee Gerhard, Director of the Kansas Geological Survey
was taped at the SIPES 35th Annual Meeting (1998).
Archaeology - 22 minutes; Kansas Historical Society.
is a conversion from three slide programs dealing with Kansas archaeology,
including archaeological methods and cultural sequence in Kansas experimental
Kansas Geological Society Field Trip - Carbonate Petrology -
180 Minutes; Kansas Geological Foundation - Wichita State University.
Group outcrops of northcentral Kansas and southern Nebraska were the focus
of study for the 1996 Kansas Geological Society field trip. This
tape was prepared by Dr. Sal Mazzullo of Wichita State University and discusses
Highway Geology - 23 minutes; Kansas Geological Survey.
by Jon Roe this tape takes a fresh look at western Kansas. Areas
described include the Mushroom Rocks (concretions) of Rock, Fence Post
limestone country, etc.
Landforms and Landscapes of Kansas - 30 minutes; Instructional
journeys across Kansas and features the Ozark plateau, the Cherokee Lowlands,
the Osage Questas, the Chautauqua Hills, the Glaciated Region, the Flint
Hills, the Smoky Hills, the Wellington-McPherson Lowlands, the Red Hills,
the Arkansas River Lowlands and the High Plains
Making of Kansas - 31 minutes; Instructional Video.
McCauley of the Kansas Geological Survey presents an overview of
Kansas geology and discusses geological processes at work over Millions
of years to shape Kansas. Mid-Continent Section Meeting This
is a complete set of all of the presentations made at this meeting held
in Wichita in September 1991.
a complete set of all of the presentations made at this meeting held in
Wichita in September 1991
Mineral Resources of Kansas - 15 minutes; Instructional
more important mineral resources of Kansas are discussed, including the
"mining of water" from the Ogalala acquifer for agricultural purposes.
New Sternberg Museum - 8.5 minutes; Sunflower Journeys
of the popular Sunflower Journey series takes you on a tour of the New
Sternberg Museum where work on a very exciting museum is in
progress. Initial opening
is scheduled for early 1997.
in Kansas - 15.5 minutes; Kansas Oil Museum.
This tape traces the development
of the oil industry in Kansas following the Civil War with particular emphasis
on Butler County and the El Dorado Oil Field which has produced 300 million
barrels of oil. Some of the history of the area concerned with the
development of the towns of El Dorado, Oilhill, Midian, Towanda and Augusta
is also presented.
When: Oil Hill Kansas Memories - Butler County Historical Society
and Minerals of Kansas - 24 minutes; Instructional Video.
shows the student some of the more important rocks and minerals of Kansas.
An explanation of igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks found in the
state is given
Smoky Hills - 29 minutes; Sunflower Journeys.
has three segments - "T-Shirt Man of Pipe Creek", "Fossil Hunting", and
"Sternberg Museum (Hays)
Eubank Field: Successful Development of Deeper Reservoirs Using 3-D Seismic
- 30 minutes; SIPES Foundation, 1999
case study by local geologist, Ernie Morrison
- The Kansas Geological Foundation
Geological Foundation has a set of 26 slides describing fossils; this presentation
is focused at the elementary school level although it also interesting
to all ages.
View in the Mirror - Reflections on Kansas Streams, Watersheds and Pollution
- 17 minutes; KDHE.
discusses the effect on point and no-point pollution on streams and associated
wildlife. It follows a grade school class as it analyzes a stream
and its surrounding environment. Pointers are given as to what we
as individuals may do to control pollution.
of Stone - 28 minutes; Sunflower Journeys
contains three segments: "Post Rock Quarrying (Ellis County)," "Stone Churches,"
including Cathedral of the Plains and "Stone Symposium."