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Published by means of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Field journey Guidebooks Series.

This ebook used to be designed to steer the members in a nine day box journey held at the side of the 1989 foreign Geological Congress. The journey is set both divided between 3 parts: jap Tennessee, western Virginia, and Maryland. the 3 components of the consultant (a half for every of the parts) were ready via ok. R. Walker, J. Fred learn, and Lawrence A. Hardie. Many cease descriptions can be utilized independently. The textual content for a few stops is a separate, self-contained article that stands by myself. different components of the consultant are extra non-stop, and not more at once keyed to box stops.

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T 161: 25 The eastern section is emphasized here because it contains a more complete record of shallow water carbonate deposition, and is exposed at normal lake levels. Thin-sections and descriptions were provided in part by Johnson (1988). The lower 5 m of both sections are characterized by fossiliferous packstone/grainstone containing abunbant and diverse echinoderms, bryozoans, brachiopods, and trilobites. Sponges, algae and oncoids are also present, and are particularly abundant in the lower 1/3 of the Lenoir.

Intersection of Route 421 N with Tennessee State Route 381. Turn right onto 381 toward 1-81 North. Merge with 1-81 North. You are now in Virginia. Exit right at 2nd Abingdon exit to U. S. Route 58. Turn left on Route 58 and proceed into Abingdon to the Martha Washington Inn. END DAY THREE. IGC Field Trip 161: Cambrian-Ordovician Carbonates of Virginia J. Fred Read Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Department of Geological Sciences Blacksburg, Virginia 24061 I~ . This part of the field trip in the Virginia Valley and Ridge Province, Appalachians, (Stops shown on Fig.

Walker (1975, 1978) suggested the progression of conglomerate types listed here may document proximal to more distal parts of channels, though no one bed shows all transitions down depositional dip. Arrows between clast-supported varieties in Figure 27 emphasize this transition that also occurs upward in the conglomerate unit. Matrix-supported conglomerates show clasts suspended in a clayey to sandy matrix. In these, clast imbrication, stratification, and grading are rare. Most are interpreted as deposits of viscous debris flows.

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