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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 July 1984
GSA Bulletin (1984) 95 (7): 814–828.
... northern Ohio and southward into the lower part of the type Columbus Limestone in central Ohio. The Edgecliff, Clarence, Nedrow, and Moorehouse Members of the overlying Middle Devonian Onondaga Limestone of western New York correlate with the Upper Columbus Limestone of Ohio; the Seneca Member...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1968
AAPG Bulletin (1968) 52 (11): 2257–2262.
... the Jeffersonville Limestone and the New Albany Shale of southern Indiana and northern Kentucky correlate with part of the Hamilton Group of New York. Cooper and Warthin (1942 , p. 883) and Cooper et al. (1942 , p. 1746) correlated the Beechwood with the Centerfield Limestone Member of the Ludlowville Formation...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 1943
AAPG Bulletin (1943) 27 (5): 571–595.
... County. Genshaw formation, including Killians member. 53 Quarry of Thunder Bay Quarries Company, SE. 1 4 , Sec. 14. T. 31 N., R. 8 E., Alpena County. Alpena limestone and Four Mile Dam formation. 54 Ledges on beach on south side of Partridge Point, SE. corner, Sec. 10, T. 30 N., R. 8 E...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 November 2013
PALAIOS (2013) 28 (11): 825–836.
.... In most parts of the Appalachian Basin, the Lower Kačák Bioevent is most often viewed as occurring at the disconformable contact of the Cherry Valley limestone with the overlying black shale of the East Berne–Chittenango members of the Mount Marion and Oatka Creek formations (B. Ellwood, personal...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2007
DOI: 10.1144/SP278.5
EISBN: 9781862395268
...) laid out the basic framework of Hamilton stratigraphy, defining four formations, the Marcellus, Skaneateles, Ludlowville and Moscow, of which the upper three were delimited at their bases by a thin but widespread limestone or calcareous siltstone member, the Stafford-Mottville, Centerfield and Tichenor...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2007
PALAIOS (2007) 22 (3): 306–324.
... oscillations. Each depositional sequence commences with thin (0.3–10 m) but very widespread transgressive carbonates and calcareous shales and siltstones, such as the Stafford-Mottville, Stone Mill–Centerfield, and Tichenor–Portland Point members. These condensed fossiliferous intervals are overlain in western...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2001
Journal of Paleontology (2001) 75 (4): 783–807.
... certainly abundant when the Lower Devonian Becraft Limestone and the Middle Devonian Edgecliff Member of the Onondaga Limestone were deposited. These relatively thick, pure, crinoidal-grainstone units, which were formed under shallow-water conditions and bear evidence of continuous reworking from repeated...
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Series: GSA Field Guide
Published: 10 December 2018
DOI: 10.1130/2018.0051(03)
EISBN: 9780813756516
... of the upper Brassfield, Plum Creek Shale, Oldham Limestone, and Lulbegrud Shale in eastern Kentucky; the golden Brassfield is believed to represent S-II in western Kentucky and Indiana. S-III is represented by the Lee Creek Formation (equivalent to the Waco Member of north-central Kentucky), and S-IV consists...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1942
AAPG Bulletin (1942) 26 (11): 1697–1770.
...) of the Grand Tower limestone of Ste. Genevieve County, southeastern Missouri, as a test case. 1 Submitted as a Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, September, 1941. Manuscript received, April 3, 1942. 2 Present address: Kansas State Geological Survey, Lawrence, Kansas...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1957
AAPG Bulletin (1957) 41 (10): 2298–2311.
... limestone 28 MIDDLE DEVONIAN   Hamilton Group   Mahantango Formation 1,540 Centerfield bioherm 15 ft.   Marcellus formation 640 ‘Union Springs’ member 15–20 ft.   Onondaga group   Selinsgrove formation 45 Hazard member 6–7 ft.   Palmerton sandstone 109 Bowmanstown...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 December 1950
AAPG Bulletin (1950) 34 (12): 2269–2283.
... into Hamilton. Farther west, Portage is differentiated into several units including at its base the Tully limestone with Hypothyridina venustula ........................ 1,400  Hamilton group, marine     Mahantango sandstone and shale, dark gray, fossiliferous. Near middle, the Centerfield “coral” reef...
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Journal Article
Journal: Interpretation
Published: 18 April 2016
Interpretation (2016) 4 (2): SE31–SE49.
... assortment of gray, silty shales and lesser carbonates. To the north, near New York, the Mahantango Formation grades into interbedded carbonates and shales and is further subdivided into the Stafford Limestone Member, Skaneateles Formation, Centerfield Limestone Member, Ludlowville Formation, Tichener...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1937
AAPG Bulletin (1937) 21 (3): 311–316.
... the Marcellus has been identified by the writers with certainty largely because its lower boundary is sharply defined and it maintains its black fissile character throughout the entire area of well-log data. The Cherry Valley limestone member of the Marcellus is commonly present in the western two-thirds of New...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 October 2009
PALAIOS (2009) 24 (10): 638–649.
... in the Genesee River valley of western New York State, over the dark shale to limestone to dark shale cycle centered on the Centerfield Limestone Member of the Ludlowville Formation. This is ostensibly a 4th order cycle, representing ∼400 kyr (C.E. Brett, personal communication, 2009). Sedimentological evidence...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2012
PALAIOS (2012) 27 (5): 326–345.
... Member of the Bromide Formation features clusters of articulated trilobites, notably Homotelus (or Vogdesia), in thin rhythmically bedded bioturbated limestone and shale in the southern Arbuckle Mountains of central Oklahoma ( Fig. 1 ). Karim and Westrop (2002) undertook a detailed study...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (5): 838–865.
... from five areas discussed below in north to south order. The published Pragian-Emsian section in this area is the WC II section on the eastern flank of Willow Creek. Measured thicknesses in the section are 61 m for the Kobeh Member, 85 m for the Bartine Member, and 45 m for the Coils Creek...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 April 2003
AAPG Bulletin (2003) 87 (4): 581–608.
...) Dock Street Clay Member 2.4 (8) 3.0 (10) Gravel Point Formation 24.4 (80) 61 (200) Alpena Limestone 24.4 (80) 30.5 (100) Koehler Limestone 24.4 (80) 18.3 (60) Newton Creek Limestone 7.6 (25) 12.2 (40) Genshaw Formation 35.4 (116) 30.5 (100) Killians Member 9.1 (30) 9.1...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2011
Environmental Geosciences (2011) 18 (4): 217–257.
... shales exposed near the village of Marcellus in Onondaga County, New York, where it rests disconformably on the Seneca Member of the Onondaga Limestone. He described a variable formation, with a lower mass of black “slate” containing limestone nodules or concretions and an upper dark-colored, slaty...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2007
PALAIOS (2007) 22 (3): 228–244.
... the small brachiopod associations ( Ambocoelia -chonetids); the latter in turn are replaced by assemblages rich in phacopid trilobites in calcareous mudstones, small rugose to high-diversity brachiopod-coral beds in argillaceous limestones, and these in turn to diverse coral, brachiopod, and bryozoan...
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Published: 06 October 2006
DOI: 10.1130/2006.fld008(01)
EISBN: 9780813756080
... diabase. The Gettysburg sedimentary rocks dip gently northwestward; thus, they become stratigraphically younger across the bat-tlefield in that direction. Along the northwest edge of the battle-field, one passes upward into the more resistant, sandier beds of the Heidlersburg Member in the middle...
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