Stratigraphy and Potential Prospects of Devonian Reefs of New York: ABSTRACT

@inproceedings{Tyne1972StratigraphyAP,
  title={Stratigraphy and Potential Prospects of Devonian Reefs of New York: ABSTRACT},
  author={Arthur M. Van Tyne},
  year={1972}
}
Reefs are found in the outcrop sections of several Lower and Middle Devonian units in New York State. The most prominent of these occurs in the Edgecliff Member of the Onondaga Limestone. The Onondaga Limestone was first described and named by James Hall of the New York Geological Survey in 1839. The present fourfold division of the Onondaga, in descending order, Seneca, Moorehouse, Nedrow, and Edgecliff, was proposed by Oliver in the early 1950s. The type section is located in Onondaga County… CONTINUE READING

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