Miami Limestone of Florida and Its Recent Bahamian Counterpart

@inproceedings{Hoffmeister1967MiamiLO,
  title={Miami Limestone of Florida and Its Recent Bahamian Counterpart},
  author={J. Edward Hoffmeister and Kenneth W. Stockman and H. Gray Multer},
  year={1967}
}
The Miami Oolite, named by Sanford (1909) for the oolitic limestone of Pleistocene age which covers a large part of the southern tip of Florida, has been found to consist of two separate units—an upper unit, herein designated the oolitic facies, and a lower unit, called here the bryozoan facies. In this paper the two units are combined as the Miami Limestone,[1][1] a formational name which now seems more appropriate than the Miami Oolite. The bryozoan facies, the dominant constituents of which… CONTINUE READING

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