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Legacy Publications - By Society "Year"

Interested in learning about the history of oil & gas development in the Southeastern States?  You might want to browse the legacy Minutes and Bulletins of the Mississippi Geological Society, which provide a chronological account of oil & gas industry activity in the area from 1939 to present.  The Photo Directories linked at left include vintage photographs of MGS members throughout the years.  This historical MGS data was sorted and scanned by Stanley King and then recompiled and uploaded by Steve Walkinshaw.  Copyright 2017 MGS.  All rights reserved.

(MGS Redbook and Greenbook publications, field trip guide books, and other reports can now be found at the AAPG Datapages website.)

Listed Chronologically From 1939-Present

November 28, 1939 - Society Founded

MGS Minutes 1939-1940

MGS Minutes 1940-1941 MGS Minutes 1941-1942
MGS Minutes 1942-1943 MGS Minutes 1943-1944
MGS Minutes 1944-1945 MGS Minutes 1945-1946
MGS Minutes 1946-1947 MGS Minutes 1947-1948
MGS Minutes 1948-1949 MGS Minutes 1949-1950

MGS Minutes 1950-1951 MGS Minutes 1951-1952
MGS Minutes 1952-1953 MGS Bulletins 1953-1954
MGS Bulletins 1954-1955 MGS Bulletins 1955-1956
MGS Bulletins 1956-1957 MGS Bulletins 1957-1958
MGS Bulletins 1959 MGS Bulletins 1959-1960

MGS Bulletins 1960-1961 MGS Bulletins 1961-1962
MGS Bulletins 1962-1963 MGS Bulletins 1963-1964
MGS Bulletins 1964-1965 MGS Bulletins 1965-1966
MGS Bulletins 1966-1967 MGS Bulletins 1967-1968
MGS Bulletins 1968-1969 MGS Bulletins 1969-1970

MGS Bulletins 1970-1971 MGS Bulletins 1971-1972
MGS Bulletins 1972-1973 MGS Bulletins 1973-1974
MGS Bulletins 1974-1975 MGS Bulletins 1975-1976
MGS Bulletins 1976-1977 MGS Bulletins 1977-1978
MGS Bulletins 1978-1979 MGS Bulletins 1979-1980

MGS Bulletins 1980-1981 MGS Bulletins 1981-1982
MGS Bulletins 1982-1983 MGS Bulletins 1983-1984
MGS Bulletins 1984-1985 MGS Bulletins 1985-1986
MGS Bulletins 1986-1987 MGS Bulletins 1987-1988
MGS Bulletins 1988-1989 MGS Bulletins 1989-1990

MGS Bulletins 1990-1991 MGS Bulletins 1991-1992
MGS Bulletins 1992-1993 MGS Bulletins 1993-1994
MGS Bulletins 1994-1995 MGS Bulletins 1995-1996
MGS Bulletins 1996-1997 MGS Bulletins 1997-1998
MGS Bulletins 1998-1999 MGS Bulletins 1999-2000

MGS Bulletins 2000-2001 MGS Bulletins 2001-2002
MGS Bulletins 2002-2003 MGS Bulletins 2003-2004
MGS Bulletins 2004-2005 MGS Bulletins 2005-2006
MGS Bulletins 2006-2007  

DIGITAL MGS BULLETINS (2007-PRESENT)

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Note: beginning in 2007, the Society switched from printed Bulletins distributed via regular mail to digital (PDF) Bulletins distributed via e-mail. To view MGS bulletins in PDF format from January 2007 to present, click here.

 

 


 

Eolian cross-bedding seen in a diamond core slab taken from an 800' thick Norphlet "seif" (linear) dune in Southeast Mississippi.


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