Indexes of Publications (in report format)

The following reports display Ontario Geological Survey (OGS) publications in tabular form.

All OGS Publications are available for ordering from our Publication Sales Office or can be discovered and downloaded free of charge from GeologyOntario.

Index to Published Reports, Maps and Digital Data

Miscellaneous Paper (MP) 177 is an index providing a listing of all publications of the Mines and Minerals Division and its predecessor organizations. Miscellaneous Paper 177 publication represents over 100 years of geoscience investigations, from 1891 to the end of 1992. Miscellaneous Paper 177 (Supplement 1993–2010) lists publications released from 1993 to the end of 2010. Miscellaneous Paper 177 (Supplement 2011–2014) list publications released from 2011 to the end of 2014.

Miscellaneous Paper 177 and its supplements are intended to be used in conjunction with the 4 sets of index maps. The index maps show the geographic location and brief information for all published maps.


Geographic Index to Published Reports, Maps and Digital Data

Miscellaneous Paper (MP) 178 is an index providing a listing, organized by geographic area, of serial publications of the Mines and Minerals Division and its predecessor organizations. The publications represent over 100 years of geoscience investigations from 1891 to the end of 1993. Miscellaneous Paper 178 (Supplement 1994–2010) lists publications released from 1994 to the end of 2010. Miscellaneous Paper 178 (Supplement 2011–2014) lists publications released from 2011 to the end of 2014. Only publications that pertain to specific geographic areas are included in this index.

Publications are indexed by geographic areas, which include National Topographic System (NTS) areas, geographic townships, and Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) "areas". Publications are listed under the main geographic areas where they are located. Publications are included under a geographic area where at least 20% of the publication area overlaps the geographic area or covers at least 20% of the geographic area. For more detailed information on geographic location, users should refer to the 4 sets of index maps. The index maps show the geographic location and brief information for all published maps.

This index and its supplements are intended to be used in conjunction with MP 177 and its supplements, which provide complete listings of all publications. Each index includes publications within a specific range of map scales so that publications are indexed by geographic areas of roughly the same size as the map or report area.