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Stromatoporoids of the Detroit River Group and adjacent rocks (Devonian) in the vicinity of the Michigan Basin
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Get this from a library. Stromatoporoids of the Detroit River group and adjacent rocks (Devonian) in the vicinity of the Michigan Basin. [J A Fagerstrom]. Stromatoporoids of the Detroit River group and adjacent rocks (Devonian) in the vicinity of the Michigan Basin. [Ottawa]: Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J A Fagerstrom.
Stromatoporoidea, Stromatoporoids of the Detroit River Group and adjacent rocks (Devonian) in the vicinity of the Michigan Basin reopened discussion on the relationship of this. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Canada RG Journal Impact: * *This value is calculated using ResearchGate data and is based on average citation counts from work published in this journal.
Ammonoid horizons in the Upper Devonian Genesee Formation of New York: Legacy of the Genesee, Portage, and Chemung Author(s) The Detroit River Group is Middle Devonian: Discussion on "Early Devonian age of the Detroit River Group, inferred from Arctic stromatoporoids" Related Book Content.
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This chapter describes abundant taxa characteristic of Siluro–Devonian level-bottom communities. Reefs composed largely of algal, stromatoporoidal, and coralline materials are prominent in the Silurian–Devonian platform carbonate record. These reefs appear. Full text of "Guide book it is rare or absent in the same beds which outcrop along the Detroit river and on the islands to the south It is a most variable formation in its physical appearance.
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