Sequence Stratigraphy of Upper Mississippian Strata in the Central Appalachians: A Record of Glacioeustasy and Tectonoeustasy in a Foreland Basin Setting

@article{Miller2000SequenceSO,
  title={Sequence Stratigraphy of Upper Mississippian Strata in the Central Appalachians: A Record of Glacioeustasy and Tectonoeustasy in a Foreland Basin Setting},
  author={Daniel J. Miller and K. Eriksson},
  journal={AAPG Bulletin},
  year={2000},
  volume={84},
  pages={210-233}
}
The Upper Mississippian Hinton, Princeton, and Bluestone formations of southern West Virginia constitute a westward-thinning wedge of strata that filled the central Appalachian basin over approximately 7 m.y. Up to 17 transgressive-regressive sequences comprise the study interval in the basin depocenter. High-frequency, fourth-order (~400 k.y.) sequences vary with regard to the degree of basal incision, the overall thickness, and the character of the dominant facies. Five sequence types are… Expand
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