Abstract

Normanskill graywacke beds, well exposed along the Hudson River, contain abundant sole markings which indicate paleocurrents flowing in various directions. Northeasterly and northwesterly flow were dominant directions, but sole markings indicating currents toward almost all other directions exist. The considerable divergence of paleocurrents suggests a greater complexity of Ordovician paleogeography than is generally assumed.

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