Cements and Related Diagenetic Features of the Castle Hayne Limestone, East Coast Limestone Quarry, Pender County, North Carolina
James A. Dockal, 1986. "Cements and Related Diagenetic Features of the Castle Hayne Limestone, East Coast Limestone Quarry, Pender County, North Carolina", Southeastern United States: Third Annual Midyear Meeting, 1986, Raleigh, North Carolina, Daniel A. Textoris
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The objectives of this paper are 1) to present a detailed description the cements and related diagenetic features of the Castle Hayne Limestone and 2) to formulate a model of its diagensis. Previous investigations into the petrology and diagensis of the Castle Hayne Limestone include: Baum (1980, 1981); Baum, et al., (1978a, 1978b, 1985); Cunliffe (1968); Cunliffe and Textoris (1969); Otte, (1981); Textoris (1967); Textoris et al. (1972); Thayer and Textoris (1972, 1977); and Upchurch (1973).
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Southeastern United States–Guidebook is comprised of twelve field trips that were organized for the Third Annual Midyear Meeting held in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1986. The spectrum of geologic time represented in the Upper Precambrian, Lower Paleozoic, Mesozoic, Cenozoic and the very Recent. The geologic provinces are the Valley and Ridge, Blue Ridge Mountains, Piedmont, and the Coastal Plain. Besides North Carolina, trips include Virginia, South Carolina and West Virginia.