This report is intended to provide general information on the geology of Grant County and to relate geology to the past, present, and future socio-economic development of the county. Emphasis is placed on mineral resources and waste disposal so that both can be managed with conservation and environmental protection foremost in mind.
Hartke, E. J., 1982, Environmental geology of Grant County, Indiana—an aid to planning: Indiana Geological Survey Special Report 23, 25 p., 11 figs., 1 pl.
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