Fluvial-estuarine reinterpretation of large , isolated sandstone bodies in epicontinental cyclothems , Upper Pennsylvanian , northern Midcontinent , USA , and their significance for understanding late Paleozoic sea-level fluctuations

@inproceedings{Fischbein2017FluvialestuarineRO,
  title={Fluvial-estuarine reinterpretation of large , isolated sandstone bodies in epicontinental cyclothems , Upper Pennsylvanian , northern Midcontinent , USA , and their significance for understanding late Paleozoic sea-level fluctuations},
  author={Steven A. Fischbein and R. Matthew Joeckel and Christopher R. Fielding},
  year={2017}
}
The Upper Pennsylvanian Indian Cave Sandstone (ICS) in southeastern Nebraska is herein reinterpreted as three multistory incised valley fills and one single-storey channel fill, altogether representing at least two different intervals of time. ICS lithosomes are linear bodies, as much as 2000 m wide and 30 m thick, incised into pre-existing cyclothems, and… CONTINUE READING