The data displayed below were collected during a joint project between the following departments at Montana Tech of The University of Montana: Geophysical Engineering and the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology. The samples represent sandstones collected and analyzed for their potential use as proppant material.

General Information
Reference Dutro, T.J., 1979, Carboniferous of the northern Rocky Mountains, Big Snowy Mountains Region, Montana: AGI Selected Guidebook Series no. 3, p. 28.
Measured Section Details
Unit Symbol Name Township Range Section 1/4 Section Location Latitude Longitude Geomethod Datum Page Number Sub Unit Id Sandstone Description Grain Size Cementation Roundness Sorting Thickness (ft) Suitability
*dp Stonehouse Canyon Section 11N 20E 25 sec.25, T. 11 N., R. 20 E., 46.6859083021 -109.147809995 TRS-SEC NAD83 28 4 Sandstone: white-mottled gray and pink, poorly bedded, clean medium friable (top 6ft), porous, noncalcareous, well 18 yes