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Early Upper Cambrian (Marjuman) linguliformean brachiopods from the Deadwood Formation

@inproceedings{Robson2005EarlyUC,
  title={Early Upper Cambrian (Marjuman) linguliformean brachiopods from the Deadwood Formation},
  author={S. Robson},
  year={2005}
}
The Deadwood Formation is an Upper Cambrian to Lower Ordovician succession of sandstones, shales, siltstones and limestones that blanketed central western North America during the initial Phanerozoic transgression. This transgression led to a broad, shallow epeiric sea which onlapped the Transcontinental Arch to the east and was protected on its western—seaward—side by a system of carbonate platforms now exposed in the Rocky Mountains. The Deadwood Formation is mostly a subsurface unit, but… Expand
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