Geologic Unit: Curdsville
Curdsville Limestone of Trenton Group (KY)
Curdsville Limestone Member of Hermitage Formation (TN*)
Curdsville Limestone Member of Lexington Limestone (KY*,IN,OH)
Named from Curdsville Station, Mercer Co., central KY (Miller, 1905).
Unit Name History:
Named Curdsville Bed of the Lexington Limestone (Miller, 1905).
Revised to Curdsville Limestone of Lexington Group (Hamilton, 1948).
Rank changed to Curdsville Member of Lexington Limestone [adopted by USGS] (Cressman, 1964).
Extended into IN; Age modified (Shaver and others, 1986) [From GNC index card files; not synopsized].
Used in OH (Shrake and others, 1990).
Overview (Wahlman, 1992).
Age modified (Frey, 1995).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013