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Carboniferous microfacies, microfossils, and corals, Lisburne Group, Arctic Alaska
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Pennsylvanian carbonates, paleoecology, and rugose colonial corals, north flank, eastern Brooks Range, Arctic Alaska
The Pennsylvanian carbonates of four measured sections of the Late :\Iississippian and Pennsylyanian \Vahoo Limestone consist of 310-1,250 feet of deposits of the Lislmrne Group. ShallowwaterExpand
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Stratigraphy of the Mississippian System, South-Central Colorado and North-Central New Mexico
From abstract: In the Sawatch, Mosquito and Front Ranges of central Colorado and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of south-central Colorado, Tournaisian beds of the Mississippian Leadville LimestoneExpand
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PRELIMINARY FACIES ANALYSIS OF SILURIAN AND DEVONIAN AUTOCHTHONOUS ROCKS THAT HOST GOLD ALONG THE CARLIN TREND, NEVADA
Sedimentary platform rocks in northern Nevada serve as hosts for the bulk of the gold in Carlin-type gold deposits. These deposits largely account for this region comprising the most significant goldExpand
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Devonian and Mississippian rocks of the northern Antelope Range, Eureka County, Nevada
_____________________________________________ _ Introduction Fossil collections _______________________________________ _ Devonian stratigraphy __________________________________ _ Beacon PeakExpand
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Mississippian Dolomites from Lisburne Group, Killik River, Mount Bupto Region, Brooks Range, Alaska
Allochthonous Osagian and Meramecian shelf carbonate rocks of the Lisburne Group that crop out from the Killik River west to Mount Bupto are extensively dolomitized and silicified. The carbonatesExpand
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Mississippian rugose corals, Peratrovich Formation, west coast, Prince of Wales Island, southeastern Alaska
The Mississippian Peratrovich Formation, northwestern coastal regions of the Prince of 'Vales Island, Alaska, contains three membel's that represent continuous marine sedimentation from Osage intoExpand
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