Geologic Unit: Waynesboro
Waynesboro Formation (PA*,MD*,WV*,VA*)
Outcrops in ridge just north of Waynesboro, Franklin Co., PA (Stose, 1906).
Reference sections: (1) (Buchanan section) along northeast side of CSX right-of-way, southeast of site of old depot, located beneath U.S. Highway 11 overpass into town of Buchanan; (2) (Arcadia Bridge section) along southwest side of CSX right-of-way near County Road 614 bridge across James River; (3) (Indian Rock section) along both sides of the CSX right-of-way, southeast of site of Indian Rock (Hayes, 1991).
Red Run, Cavetown, and Chewsville Members (MD,WV,PA)
Unit Name History:
Named (Stose, 1906).
Age modified to Early and Middle Cambrian (Stose and Bascom, 1929).
Age modified to Early Cambrian (Butts, 1945).
Extended into WV (Woodward, 1949).
Extended into VA (King, 1950).
Extended into MD (Cloos, 1951).
Age modified to Early and Middle Cambrian (Cardwell and others, 1968).
Reference section (Haynes, 1991).
Revised, divided into members (Brezinski, 1992).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013