The Latest Triassic and Early Jurassic Formations of the Newark Basin ( Eastern North America , Newark Supergroup ) : Stratigraphy , Structure , and Correlation

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  title={The Latest Triassic and Early Jurassic Formations of the Newark Basin ( Eastern North America , Newark Supergroup ) : Stratigraphy , Structure , and Correlation},
  author={{\'E}.},
  year={2007}
}
  • É.
  • Published 2007
Newark Supergroup deposits of the Newark Basin (New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania) are here divided into nine formations called (from the bottom up): Stockton Formation (maximum 1800 m); Lockatong Formation (maximum 1150 m); Passaic Formation (maximum 6000 m); Orange Mountain Basalt (maximum 200 m); Feltville Formation (maximum 600 m); Preakness Basalt (maximum +300 m ); Towaco Formation (maximum 340 m); Hook Mountain Basalt (maximum 110 m); and Boonton Formation (maximum +500 m). The… CONTINUE READING

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