Guidebook - Illinois State Geological Survey
The Guidebook series includes volumes containing general and technical information through detailed descriptions of geological features to help visitors understand the geologic conditions they observe along an itinerary or map route. Intended for professional audiences rather than the lay public, Guidebooks are prepared for scientific research-oriented field trips, often in conjunction with professional society or organization conferences. They are typically well illustrated and can include compilations of papers, outcrop or site descriptions, maps, and detailed road logs for field excursions, although the format varies greatly. The scientific focus differentiates them from the Field Trip Guidebook series. Guidebooks are a significant contribution to the geoscience literature and often are the most current or only synopsis of the geology of an area. They are resources for local geology and, as such, are essential to researchers and students. Often, the field trips associated with this series are intended to challenge participants with unsolved or thought-provoking geologic questions. Therefore, the content can be inconclusive in nature. The first guidebook was published in 1950.
Guide to the geology, hydrogeology, history, archaeology, and biotic ecology of the Driftless Area of Northwestern Illinois, Jo Daviess County (Champaign, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, Prairie Research Institute, 2016)
1967-2016, celebrating 50 years of geoscience in the mid-continent guidebook for the 50th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America, North-Central Section, April 18-19, 2016 (Champaign, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, Prairie Research Institute, 2016)
Ridges, Mounds, and valleys : glacial-interglacial history of the Kaskaskia Basin, Southwestern Illinois, 55th Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene 2011 Field Conference (Champaign, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, Prairie Research Institute, 2015)
(Champaign, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, Prairie Research Institute, 1979-05-04)Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene 26th Field Conference May 4-6, 1979 The purpose of this field conference is (1) to reexamine the classic Farm Creek Section, which has been studied by geologists for nearly 90 years ...
Deglacial history and paleoenvironments of Northeastern Illinois : 54th Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene Field Conference : May 16-18, 2008, DeKalb, Illinois (Champaign, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, Prairie Research Institute, 2015)