Analogous tectonic evolution of the Ordovician foredeeps, southern and central Appalachians

@article{Shanmugam1982AnalogousTE,
  title={Analogous tectonic evolution of the Ordovician foredeeps, southern and central Appalachians},
  author={G. Shanmugam and G. G. Lash},
  journal={Geology},
  year={1982},
  volume={10},
  pages={562-566}
}
New stratigraphic data suggest that the diachronous evolution of the Ordovician foredeeps in the southern and central Appalachians was remarkably similar. Stratigraphic features that characterize the Middle Ordovician Sevier basin in Tennessee and the Middle and Late Ordovician Martinsbuirg basin in Pennsylvania are in identical ascending order: (1) disconformity on the Knox Group–Beekmantown Group, (2) shelf carbonates, (3) slope deposits, (4) submarine fan turbidites, and (5) contourites and… Expand
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