Atokan stratigraphy of the Cherry Bend area, north western Arkansas
Gary D. Harris, Dean A. Ramsey, Doy L. Zachry, 1988. "Atokan stratigraphy of the Cherry Bend area, north western Arkansas", South-Central Section of the Geological Society of America, O. T. Hayward
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The Cherry Bend area is astride Arkansas 23 approximately 5 mi (8 km) south of Brashears, Arkansas (Fig. 1, inset), and is immediately north of the east-trending Cass Fault-Monocline System of the northern margin of the Arkoma Basin. Access to the various stops in the Cherry Bend area is from well-maintained forest service roads, and from Arkansas 23, as well as from the Ozark Highland Trail that transects the area from west to east (Fig. 1). The area is contained entirely within the Cass 7½-minute Quadrangle.
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