Frank Jacobeen and William Kanes (1974) have produced an especially informative paper related to Valley and Ridge structural style in a part of the Appalachians. This paper is not just mere speculation, which characterizes much recent geologic literature, but is based upon actual surface, subsurface, and seismic data. The data are synthesized in such a way as to corroborate and document the beliefs of many exploration geologists as to the relative importance of thick-skinned and thin-skinned structure in the Appalachians. The result is a blending of the observations of Rich, Rodgers, Cooper, Gwinn, and others (Jacobeen and Kanes, 1974...

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