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The Mississippian System has the largest subcrop area of any Phanerozoic system in the Michigan Basin, and attains a maximum thickness of 719 m (2,360 ft) northeast of the basin center. The Mississippian formations include, in ascending stratigraphic order: Antrim Shale, the laterally equivalent Bedford and Ellsworth Shales (all Upper Devonian to Kinderhookian); Berea Sandstone (Kinderhookian); Sunbury Shale (Kinderhookian); Coldwater Shale (Kinderhookian to Osagian); Marshall Sandstone (Osagian); Michigan Formation (Osagian to Meramecian); and Bayport Limestone (Meramecian). There are no Chesterian sediments in the Michigan Basin. The Mississippian sediments accumulated conformably on Devonian strata but are overlain with disconformity by Pennsylvanian...

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