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The ca. 1.460 Ga Revett Formation is a gray and purple quartzite lithosome in northwestern Montana, and it interfingers eastward into red argillite of the Grinnell Formation in Glacier National Park. The Revett Formation was analyzed in northwestern Montana by identifying sedimentary structures in stratigraphic sections and by interpreting flow processes of the structures using the standard flow regime model (e.g., Simons et al., 1965). The sedimentary structures and thicknesses of the event beds were then organized into eight sediment types (lithofacies) that were grouped into three sediment complexes: the playa complex, the antidune complex, and the sheet sand complex....

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