Finding a specific report or issue for a series can be tricky. Some reports can be found by their individual titles; other reports can only be found by their series titles. Some series may be shelved in sequence at the same call number in the library; other series may be scattered according to the topic of each issue or report. You may need to try a variety of search techniques in the Library Catalog to locate what you are looking for.
These are important pieces of information to have. You can often find them in GeoRef.
Search in the LIbrary Catalog by:
Hentz, Tucker F. 2010. Sequence stratigraphy, depositional facies, and reservoir attributes of the upper cretaceous Woodbine Group, East Texas Field. Report of investigations (University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology) ; no. 274.
Just use enough words from the reference you have to be fairly specific, and if the report is individually cataloged it should pop right up. If it doesn't, then try searching only the series or serial title (no author or number) to see if the series is available.
(previously Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists).
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