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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1991
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1991) 61 (5): 768–774.
... (6 to 72 m in thickness; mean = 22 m) is initiated by flat-bedded eolian sandstones (0.5 to 7.0 m in thickness; mean = 2.9 m) of amalgamated interdraa or interdune origin and is topped by cross-bedded draa or dune sandstones (3 to 70 m in thickness; mean = 18 m). The eolian sequence represents...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1951
GSA Bulletin (1951) 62 (11): 1347–1370.
... from a different direction than either the Berea sandstone or the Corry sandstone. In northwestern Pennsylvania, the Bedford shale was found to be the same as White's Cussewago shale and Chadwick's Hayfield shale. In the vicinity of Meadville, Pennsylvania, the Bedford shale and the Berea sandstone...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 30 September 1925
GSA Bulletin (1925) 36 (3): 455–464.
... carefully described by Prosser, 5 whose work furnishes the foundation for the present writing. In northwestern Pennsylvania Dr. I. C. White described the following succession in Erie and Crawford counties, adjacent to Ohio and western New York : 6 Corry sandstone Cussewago shale Cussewago sandstone...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 June 1935
AAPG Bulletin (1935) 19 (6): 912–915.
... found a fauna in the Corry sandstone almost identical with that collected and identified by Butts and the writer from the Knapp in Cattaraugus County, New York, and McKean County, Pennsylvania, is most noteworthy and is indicative of a much more continuous connection between deposition of the early...
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2007
Scottish Journal of Geology (2007) 43 (2): 107–114.
...Colin K. Ballantyne; Adrian M. Hall; William Phillips; Steven Binnie; Peter W. Kubik Synopsis Geomorphological mapping provides evidence for two former low-level corrie glaciers on Hoy, both defined by end moraines. Five 10 Be exposure ages obtained from sandstone boulders on moraine crests fall...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1941
AAPG Bulletin (1941) 25 (1): 161–164.
...) and the Berea or Corry sandstone (about 40 feet thick) of the basal Oil Lake series. By means of faunal studies, it has proved possible to correlate the basal division (Cussewago stage) with the basal “Pocono” beds at Johnstown, Altoona, the Broad Top area, and northwestern Pennsylvania. The basal Mississippian...
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Journal Article
Published: 25 March 2009
Geological Magazine (2009) 146 (3): 400–418.
... in the rhyodacite sheets. Lithic types are mainly Torridonian sandstone (arkosic around Sgùrr nan Gillean; gritty and shaley in Forgotten Corrie and on Beinn nan Stac), with some Lewisian gneiss fragments and pumice-like rhyodacite clasts. Some lithic tuffs have matrices of tuff and comminuted country rock material...
Journal Article
Published: 04 November 2019
Scottish Journal of Geology (2019) 55 (2): 135–140.
... of the Clyde Plateau Volcanic Formation (Strathclyde Group). Above this, the succession is dominated by siltstones and sandstones with subsidiary limestones. The most notable of the latter is the c . 10 m Corrie Limestone with its spectacular Gigantoproductus assemblages and other shallow-marine fossils...
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Journal Article
Published: 05 October 2011
Geological Magazine (2012) 149 (4): 578–589.
... and in the coastal area between Fallen Rocks and Laggan Cottage, section measurements were carried out, using a 1.5 m measuring staff. The youngest unit of the Upper Old Red Sandstone (UORS) at Corrie is a ridge-forming conglomerate ( Fig. 3 ) with clasts of white vein quartz, psammitic and pelitic rock fragments...
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Published: 01 February 2011
and quartz pebbles (unit 1, Upper Old Red Sandstone, UORS) in phreatic calcrete hardpan [PCH(1)]. C: Close-up of disconformable contact between PCH(1) and unit 2 (Kinnesswood Formation). D: Disconformable contact between PCH(1) and unit 2 at Fallen Rocks. E: Boulder of massive calcrete in basal bed of unit 2
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 February 2011
Geology (2011) 39 (2): 147–150.
... and quartz pebbles (unit 1, Upper Old Red Sandstone, UORS) in phreatic calcrete hardpan [PCH(1)]. C: Close-up of disconformable contact between PCH(1) and unit 2 (Kinnesswood Formation). D: Disconformable contact between PCH(1) and unit 2 at Fallen Rocks. E: Boulder of massive calcrete in basal bed of unit 2...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1998
Journal of the Geological Society (1998) 155 (4): 677–683.
.... Abrahamsen K. Aeolian stratification and facies association in desert sediments, Arran Basin (Permian), Scotland Sedimentology 1983 30 311 339 Clemmensen L.B. Hegner J. Eolian sequence and erg dynamics, the Permian Corrie Sandstone, Scotland Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 1991...
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Journal: The Leading Edge
Published: 01 May 2002
The Leading Edge (2002) 21 (5): 446–451.
...Jonathan E. Nyquist; Charles E. Corry Corresponding author: nyq@nimbus.temple.edu Copyright © 2002 Society of Exploration Geophysicists 2002 Self-potential (SP) is the method that everyone knows about but nobody seems to appreciate. Out of more than 850 papers published...
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Journal: Interpretation
Published: 24 October 2018
Interpretation (2018) 6 (4): SN85–SN99.
... Sandstone, and it is underlain by the Lower Devonian formations including the Oriskany Sandstone. The entire Devonian section is underlain by the Upper Silurian Salina salt, which is a mechanically weak unit of the Paleozoic section in the Appalachian Plateau (Figure  3 ) ( Mount, 2014 ). Figure 4...
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Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 June 1949
AAPG Bulletin (1949) 33 (6): 841–847.
... to the deeper formations (Onondaga or deeper) as compared with 28 in 1947. Of these, two were drilled for gas storage purposes. Of the remainder, 9 were gas wells and 19 were dry holes. Two of the wells, located in Erie County, were completed as dry holes in the Corry Medina sand gas pool. They definitely...
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Journal Article
Published: 19 July 2013
Geological Magazine (2014) 151 (3): 447–471.
.... These mini-basins were sites of preferential accumulation of turbidite sandstones (James, 1997 ) and were particularly strongly developed in the Telychian Age of the early Silurian (Davies et al . 1997 ). The topography of the mini-basins commonly induced re-orientation...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1971
Journal of the Geological Society (1971) 127 (2): 177–181.
... O. T. Pugh W. J. The geology of the districts around Machynlleth and Aberystwyth Proc Geol Ass 1935 46 247 300 Pugh W. J. The geology of the district around Corris and Aberllefenni (Merionethshire) Q. Jl geol Soc Lond 1923 79 508 541 Walker R. G. The origin...
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2006
Scottish Journal of Geology (2006) 42 (2): 89–99.
... is dominated by Proterozoic strata belonging to the Torridon and Stoer groups ( British Geological Survey 1998 ). Inliers of Lewisian orthogneiss occur sporadically. Coarsegrained, often pebbly, sandstones of the Applecross Formation form the bulk of the surrounding mountains (e.g. Ben Mor Coigach, Beinn...
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Journal Article
Published: 10 July 2019
Scottish Journal of Geology (2019) 55 (2): 141–154.
... at Corrie in NE Arran, where the Clyde Sandstone Formation is considered to lie directly on a thin development of Kinnesswood Formation ( Young & Caldwell 2012 ). Portions of the Kinnesswood and Clyde Sandstone formations are lithologically similar and, lacking clear evidence of an intervening Ballagan...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2012
Scottish Journal of Geology (2012) 48 (2): 147–151.
... as evidence for relative sea-level change. He finds the large ‘Producta’ brachiopods at Corrie, noting their preservation in life position as generations of students have since. He notes the alternation of coarse and fine sandstones in the Series, which, as we still interpret today, ‘ought to be attributed...