Post - Pleistocene Development of Root - Shaped Ferruginous Concretions


During investigations of the surficial geology of Summit County, Ohio, concretions were noted at several locations in the bed and banks of the East Fork Rocky River. The concretions are generally root-shaped, noncalcareous, and concentrically banded by iron hydroxide, with a prominent central tube. They are found in the uppermost portion of Pleistocene lake… (More)


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