The Crouse Limestone in north-central Kansas; Lateral changes and paleoecological analysis
R. R. West, P. C. Twiss, 1988. "The Crouse Limestone in north-central Kansas; Lateral changes and paleoecological analysis", South-Central Section of the Geological Society of America, O. T. Hayward
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Exposures of the Crouse Limestone along 1-70 south and east of Manhattan, Kansas (Fig. 1), illustrate the stratigraphy, structural geology, palaeoecology, and cyclic sedimentation in the Permian rocks of eastern Kansas. This text provides details of four exposures (between mileposts 319 and 305) that emphasize the interrelationships among these four areas of geology.
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