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Lithologies, depositional environments, stratigraphic architecture, and conodont biostratigraphy of Lower to Middle Mississippian rocks in the western Ozarks comprise five depositional sequences in ramps on the southern Burlington shelf. Aggradational ramps in the Kinderhookian to early Osagean St. Joe group were relatively strongly overprinted by Ouachita-related tectonism involving inferred recurrent passage of fore-bulge highs and associated basins across central and southern parts of the outcrop area. Significant effects of tectonism are southward facies shallowing onto the broad Kanoka ridge paleotopographic high associated with locally extensive marine and lesser subaerial erosion, sediment thickening and deposition of generally northward down-lapping, resedimented...

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