Abstract

Breccia blocks of Mississippian limestone, resting on gravel and sand of probable late Pliocene or Pleistocene age, previously interpreted as remnants of a Tertiary thrust sheet, probably were not pushed but slipped from the adjacent mountain slopes, where they had been parts of a thrust sheet.

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