Geologic Unit: Brannon
Brannon Member of Lexington Limestone (KY*)
Brannon Station on the Q & C RR, Nicholasville 7.5-min quadrangle, Jessamine Co., KY. (Miller, 1913).
Unit Name History:
[Please note: only these references listed below include synopses here.]
Named Brannon bed (Miller, 1913).
Revised to Brannon Limestone (Hamilton, 1948).
Rank reduced to Brannon Member, assigned to Cynthiana Formation (Hamilton, 1950).
Revised to Brannon Member of the Lexington Limestone (Black and others, 1965).
Overview (Wahlman, 1992).
Age modified (Frey, 1995).
[Please note: the references listed below do not include synopses. McFarlan and White (1948) taken from US geologic names lexicon, USGS Bull. 1200. The remaining are from the GNC index card files.]
Overview; Revised (A.C. McFarlan and W.H. White, 1948, AAPG Bull., v. 32, no. 8, p. 1636-1637).
Contacts revised (E.R. Cressman, 1964, USGS Geol. Quad. Map GQ-303, 1 sheet, scale 1:24,000).
KY State Geol. Map usage (R.C. McDowell and others, 1981, USGS State Geol. Map, 4 sheets, scale 1:250,000; R.C. McDowell, 1981, USGS Misc. Field Studies Map MF-1291, 1 sheet).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013