By K. R. Walker, J. F. Read, L. A. Hardie, K. Roberson, D. M. Steinhauff(auth.)
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Published by way of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Field journey Guidebooks Series.
This e-book was once designed to steer the contributors in a nine day box journey held along side the 1989 overseas Geological Congress. The journey is ready both divided between 3 parts: japanese Tennessee, western Virginia, and Maryland. the 3 components of the advisor (a half for every of the parts) were ready via okay. R. Walker, J. Fred learn, and Lawrence A. Hardie. Many cease descriptions can be utilized independently. The textual content for a few stops is a separate, self-contained article that stands on my own. different components of the consultant are extra non-stop, and not more without delay keyed to box stops.
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Extra resources for Cambro-Ordovician Carbonate Banks and Siliciclastic Basins of the United States Appalachians: Knoxville, Tennessee to Hagerstown, Maryland, June 30-July 9, 1989
The Middle Limestone sequences (Figs. 3B, C) are arranged in upward-shallowing cycles 1 to 7 m thick, of shale, to pellet limestone/quartz silt to grainstone/ conglomerate to shallow water algal bioherms; some bioherms coalesce into broad, flat-topped mounds suggesting that they reached sea-level. Other cycles consist of pellet limestone/ conglomerate to ooid packstone, which are overlain by shales of the next cycle. The Middle limestone cycles suggest that the basin largely was subphotic, preventing development of algal mounds, except during rare periods of shallowing and clear-water deposition.
Route 421S. S. Route 421S. S. 421S. S. 421S. Turn left, continue on 421S. " After turn, view Holston Mountain on horizon. Outcrop of Cambrian lower Knox Group dolostones. Badly cleaved Sevier Formation shales on left. Turn right at sign onto North Access Road to South Holston Dam. 9 Outcrops of Knox Group dolostones on left. 7 Take left fork to North Access Road. (Right fork is South Access Road). 4 Outcrops of Blockhouse and Tellico formations nearly continuous from this point to the Dam. STOP 8.
T 161: 25 The eastern section is emphasized here because it contains a more complete record of shallow water carbonate deposition, and is exposed at normal lake levels. Thin-sections and descriptions were provided in part by Johnson (1988). The lower 5 m of both sections are characterized by fossiliferous packstone/grainstone containing abunbant and diverse echinoderms, bryozoans, brachiopods, and trilobites. Sponges, algae and oncoids are also present, and are particularly abundant in the lower 1/3 of the Lenoir.
Cambro-Ordovician Carbonate Banks and Siliciclastic Basins of the United States Appalachians: Knoxville, Tennessee to Hagerstown, Maryland, June 30-July 9, 1989 by K. R. Walker, J. F. Read, L. A. Hardie, K. Roberson, D. M. Steinhauff(auth.)