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Geologic Unit: Cram Hill

Usage:
Cram Hill Formation (VT*)
Cram Hill Member of Missisquoi Formation (VT)

Age:
Ordovician, Middle*
Geologic Province:
New England province*
Areal Extent:
VT*

Type Locality:
Exposures on east side of Cram Hill, 3.5 miles south-southeast of Roxbury, Barre quadrangle, Washington Co., VT (Currier and Jahns, 1941).

Unit Name History:
Named (Currier and Jahns, 1941).
Revised to member of Missisquoi Formation (Doll and others, 1961) [From GNU records (USGS DDS-6; Reston GNULEX); complete bibliographic citation and synopsis not given].
Overview (Ratcliffe and Armstrong, in press).

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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013