Geologic Unit: Rome
Rome Formation (AL*,GA*,KY*,NC*,OH*,TN*,VA*,WV*,MS)
Rome, Floyd Co., GA (Hayes, 1891).
Unit Name History:
First used (Walcott, 1891).
Named (Hayes, 1891).
Extended into TN (Hayes, 1894).
Extended into VA (Currier, 1935).
Revised (Stose and Jonas, 1939).
Revised (Kesler, 1950).
Extended into NC (Oriel, 1950).
Extended into OH (Calvert, 1962).
Extended into KY (Harris, 1964).
Extended into WV (Perry, 1975).
Revised (Reinhardt, 1977).
Overview in AL (Raymond, 1991).
Extended into subsurface of MS (Henderson, 1991).
Revised; Age modified (Ryder, 1992).
Overview in TN (Moore and others, 1993).
Overview (McReynolds and Driese, 1994).
Overview in AL (Guthrie, 1994).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013