Geologic Unit: Cockeysville
Cockeysville Marble (MD)
Cockeysville Marble of Glenarm Group (DE*,MD*,PA*)
Cockeysville Marble of Glenarm Supergroup (DE,MD,PA)
Not designated. Named from exposures at Cockeysville, Baltimore Co., MD (Williams and Darton, 1892).
Reference section: outcrop in Eastburn's quarry, south of the intersection of Route 72 and Upper Pike Creek Road in Pleasant Hill Valley, Lat. 39 deg. 44 min. 25 sec. N., Long. 75 deg. 43 min. 03 sec. W., Newark East 7.5-min quadrangle, New Castle Co., DE (Plank and others, 2000).
Unit Name History:
Named (Williams and Darton, 1892).
Overview (Mathews, 1904; Miller and others, 1917).
Included in Glenarm series; Extended into PA (Knopf and Jonas, 1923).
Extended into DE (Bascom and Stose, 1932).
Revised (Stose and Stose, 1946).
Overview in DE (Rasmussen and others, 1957).
Age modified in PA (Gray and others, 1960).
Age modified in MD (Southwick and Fisher, 1967).
Age modified (Higgins, 1972).
Revised; Age modified (Crowley, 1976).
Age modified (Berg and others, 1983; Pavlides, 1989).
Revised (Drake and others, 1989; Gates, 1991).
Usage in PA and DE (Alcock, 1994).
Revised (Drake, 1994).
Overview; Reference section (Plank and others, 2000) [Not compiled yet. Publication available online from the Delaware Geological Survey: http://www.udel.edu/dgs/Publications/pubsonline/RI59.pdf and http://www.udel.edu/dgs/Publications/datarepos/datarepos.html].
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013