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Revision as of 16:36, 13 July 2020

Stratigraphy

This section describes, in ascending order, the rock units that enclose the Springfield Coal and Galatia paleochannel(Figure 4). To facilitate discussion of the new depositional model, two new members are proposed.

  • Figure 4 Diagram showing units between the Houchin Creek and Herrin Coals, including members newly named in this report.
Houchin Creek Coal
Excello Shale Member
Hanover Limestone Member
Delafield Member (New)
Galatia Member (New)
Underclay of Springfield Coal
Springfield Coal
Dykersburg (Shale) Member
Turner Mine Shale Member
St. David Limestone Member
Summary

Primary Source

W. John Nelson, Scott D. Elrick, William A. DiMichele, and Philip R. Ames xxxx, Evolution of a Peat-Contemporaneous Channel: The Galatia Channel, Middle Pennsylvanian, of the Illinois Basin FINISH CITATION

References