2 edition of petrology of the Bisher Formation (Middle Silurian) of southcentral Ohio found in the catalog.
petrology of the Bisher Formation (Middle Silurian) of southcentral Ohio
Steven R Lovrak
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Formation and Stabilization of Continents and the Effects on Global Climate 6. Historical Perspective and Future Developments of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology Acknowledgements Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary Magmatic rocks are produced by the cooling of magmas.
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The Kope Formation is one of the three component bedrock formations of the Maquoketa Group that primarily consists of shale (75%) with some limestone (25%) interbedded. In general, it has a bluish-gray color that weathers light gray to yellowish-gray and it occurs in northern Kentucky, southwest Ohio, and southeast Indiana, United : Cincinnati Arch of North America.