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The LGS Public Information Series is now available online.

Louisiana Oil and Gas Facts (2000)

The Value of Geologic Maps

Geological Mapping in Louisiana

Lignite Resources in Louisiana

Louisiana Geofacts

Earthquakes in Louisiana

Active Faults in East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana

The Jennings Field - The Birthplace of Louisiana's Oil Industry

46-Million-Year-Old Marine Fossils From the Cane River Site, North-Central Louisiana

Geology and Hurricane-Protection Strategies in the Greater New Orleans Area

Loess Map of Louisiana

The Scotlandville, Denham Springs, and Baton Rouge Faults — A Map Guide for Real Estate Buyers, Sellers, and Developers in the Greater Baton Rouge Area

Field Trip Guide to Selected Locations Along the Baton Rouge Fault Trace Spanning the Pleistocene–Holocene Transition in Western East Baton Rouge Parish

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