General remarks on the pre-Selma Cretaceous strata of western Alabama

@inproceedings{Conant1964GeneralRO,
  title={General remarks on the pre-Selma Cretaceous strata of western Alabama},
  author={L. C. Conant},
  year={1964}
}
  • L. C. Conant
  • Published 1964
  • Geology
  • The Vick formation, previously known in only one small outcrop area, has now been identified in the shallow subsurface. Evidence in this series of papers points to a nonmarine environment for the Vick and mainly a shallow and commonly brackish-water marine environment for the overlying Tuscaloosa group and the McShan and Eutaw formations. The distribution of gravel in several formations suggests that the Tennessee and Sequatchie Rivers flowed into the Cahaba and Warrior Rivers during Cretaceous… CONTINUE READING

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