Foraminifera, diatoms, and mollusks from test wells near Elizabeth City, North Carolina

@inproceedings{Henbest1939ForaminiferaDA,
  title={Foraminifera, diatoms, and mollusks from test wells near Elizabeth City, North Carolina},
  author={L. G. Henbest and K. E. Lohman and W. C. Mansfield},
  year={1939}
}
Samples from the beds penetrated by 9 test wells in the vicinity of Elizabeth City, N. C., yielded 84 species and varieties of Foraminifera, 100 species and varieties of diatoms, and 86 species and varieties of mollusks. The maximum depth penetrated was 482 feet in 1 deep drilled well; the other wells uere jetted to various depths less than 100 feet. The beds penetrated fall into three groups—(1) marine and brackish-water beds assigned to the Pleistocene; (2) brackish-water beds assigned to the… CONTINUE READING

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