RESULTS FOR Coosawhatchie Clay Member
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Coosawhatchie Clay Member
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Journal: Clays and Clay Minerals
Publisher: Clay Minerals Society
Published: 01 October 2001
Clays and Clay Minerals (2001) 49 (5): 374-380.
..., with greater Mg content, developed abundant Mg-rich palygorskite, whereas the northern section developed palygorskite with lower Mg content. Weathering after deposition has altered some palygorskite to smectite and kaolinite. In the Meigs Clay Member particularly, smectite typically accounts for half...
Structural and tectonic setting of the Charleston, South Carolina, region: Evidence from the Tertiary stratigraphic record
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Publisher: Geological Society of America
Published: 01 January 2002
GSA Bulletin (2002) 114 (1): 24-42.
... directly upon the Cross Member of the Santee Limestone in the Blue Circle Quarry near the town of Harleyville (far northwestern corner of map). This overstepping relationship indicates that the Harleyville Formation and the Parkers Ferry Formation probably were stripped away by erosion in that area before...
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