Geologic Unit: Grant Lake
Grant Lake Limestone (KY*,OH*)
Grant Lake Member of Ashlock Formation (KY*)
Grant Lake Formation (OH*)
Grant Lake Limestone of Cincinnati group (informal) (OH)
For informal usage, the rank or lithologic term should not be capitalized.
Type section: roadcuts along KY Highway 1129 about 4 mi north-northwest of Orangeburg, Mason Co., KY (Peck, 1966).
Tate Member (KY*). Bellevue Member (OH*,KY*). Corryville Member (OH*). Mount Auburn Member (OH*). Straight Creek Member (OH).
Unit Name History:
Named (Peck, 1966). Revised, reduced in rank (Simmons, 1967). Areal limits (Peterson, 1972) [From GNC index card files; not synopsized]. Informal members, assigned to informal Cincinnati group (Shrake and others, 1988). Revised; Redescribed; Principal reference (Schumacher and others, 1991). Overview (Wahlman, 1992). Not used (Holland, 1993). Overview; Age modified (Frey, 1995).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013