DANIEL, THOMAS WALTER, JR., 1922-2014

Biography:

Geologist. Born– January 24, 1922, Wetumpka. Parents– T.W. and Anne M. (Thomas) Daniel. Married– Madge Downing Cyr, June 15, 1948. Children– Three. Education– attended Port Arthur College, Tex., 1946-1947; University of Florida, B.S., 1952.  Served in U.S. Army Air Corps, WWII> Worked for Century Geophysics Corporation in Tulsa, 1952-1954.; radioactivity logging operator for Welex Corporation in Fort Worth, 1954-1955; a radio broadcasting technician in Bessemer, 1955-1956; staff geologist for the Geological Survey of Alabama, 1956-1960; head of the Office of Coal Research and a consultant to Public Service Coal, 1960- . Died June 21. 2014.

Source:

Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1976; obituary.

Publication(s):

Mineral Resources Map of Winston County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1969.

Mineral Resources of Bibb County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1976.

Joint_Publication(s):

Exploring Alabama Caves. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1973.

Geologic Map of Limestone County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1960.

The Geology and Mineral Resources of Limestone-County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1968.

Mineral Resources Map of Choctaw County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1969.

Mineral Resources Map of Marion County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1969.

The Mineral Resources of Limestone County. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1976.

Mineral Resources of Marion County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1972.

Mineral Resources of Wilcox County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1970.

Rock and Minerals of Alabama; a Guidebook for Alabama Rockhounds. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1966.

Strippable Coal in the Fabius Area, Jackson County, Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1970.

A Strippable Lignite Bed in South Alabama. University, Ala.; Alabama Geological Survey, 1973.