Yellow Spring Group of the Upper Devonian in Iowa
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Yellow Spring Group of the Upper Devonian in Iowa by Fred H. Dorheim

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Published by Iowa Geological Survey in Iowa City .
Written in English



  • Iowa.


  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Devonian.,
  • Geology -- Iowa.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 29-30.

Statementby Fred H. Dorheim, Donald L. Koch [and] Mary C. Parker.
ContributionsKoch, Donald L., joint author., Parker, Mary C., joint author.
LC ClassificationsQE111 .A145 no. 9, QE665 .A145 no. 9
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 30 p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5020762M
LC Control Number76631288

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A new group name, the Yellow Spring Group, is designated for those formations herein removed from the Kinderhook Series and assigned as the uppermost unit in the Upper Devonian Series. The formations comprising the Yellow Spring Group are, in descending order, the English River Formation, the Maple Mill Shale, the Aplington Formation and the Sheffield Formation. Get this from a library! The Yellow Spring Group of the Upper Devonian in Iowa,. [Fred H Dorheim; Donald L Koch; Mary Combs Parker]. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Yellow Spring Group Upper Devonian Iowa IA PB geology geological survey at the . Buy The Yellow Spring Group of the Upper Devonian in Iowa, by Fred H Dorheim (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Fred H Dorheim.

Iowa Stratographic Column November 4, QUATERNARY Holocene Series "Manson" Group "upper Colorado" Group Niobrara Formation Fort Benton ("lower Colorado ") Group DEVONIAN Yellow Spring (New Albany) Group Maple Mill Formation English River Member Saverton Member Grassy Creek Member. Carbonate Platform Facies and Faunas of the Middle and Upper Devonian Cedar Valley Group and Lime Creek Formation, Northern Iowa, J. R. Groves, J. C. Walters, and J. Day, , 98 p. GB Aspects of the Paleozoic History of Epeiric Seas of the Iowa Basin, J. .   The following information is based on the book Landforms of Iowa, by Jean C. Prior, published by the University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, in The book was designed and illustrated by Patricia J. Lohmann.” If Iowa’s landscape had to be divided into only two regions, one would be northeastern Iowa and the other would include everything else. Search for local businesses on Yellowbook. Find the latest business listings, reviews, phone numbers, addresses, maps, directions and more.

The Middle-Late Devonian Cedar Valley Group was deposited in the Iowa Basin during 4 third-order transgressive-regressive cycles that flooded the Laurentian craton and depositing subtidal and. Born in Shelby Co., Ky., Sept. 6, ; came to Iowa in and located at what is known as Yellow Springs. Married Miss Hustin in , a native of Mason Co., Ky.; they have six children: Hustin, Narcissa, Catherine A., Samuel E., Orson L. and Thomas B. Mr. F. has been a member of both the State and Territorial Senate. The Yellow Spring Group of the Upper Devonian in Iowa. Fred H. Dorheim, Donald L. Koch, and Mary C. Parker. Volume 9, , iii, 30 pages, 13 figures. Devonian Upper follow Spring Kaple Hill Aplington Sheffield shale dolonite shale aqulclude Line Creek Shell Rock shale, doloaite, liaestone liDftstone, dolonite Devonian aquifer ooderate to high yields Hiddlo (J00gpa) Cedar Valley Uapslpinlcon Bertraa doloalto, liaestone shale, .