Geologic Unit: Lexington
Lexington Limestone (KY*,IN*,OH*)
Lexington Formation (OH)
Type area: Lexington, Fayette Co., central KY (Campbell, 1898).
Curdsville Limestone Member (IN,KY*,OH). Logana Member (KY*,OH). Grier Limestone Member (KY*). Perryville Limestone Member (KY*). Brannon Member (KY*). Sulphur Well Member (KY*). Stamping Ground Member (KY*). Tanglewood Limestone Member (KY*). Devils Hollow Member (KY*). Millersburg Member (KY*). Strodes Creek Member (KY*). Greendale Lentil (KY*).
Unit Name History:
Named (Campbell, 1898).
Revised (Black and others, 1965).
Extended Curdsville and Logana Members to OH (Shrake and others, 1990).
Informal bentonite beds named (Schumacher and Carlton, 1991).
Overview (Wahlman, 1992).
Overview; Age modified (Frey, 1995).
Overview (Ryder and others, 1996).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013