Geologic Unit: Canajoharie
No current usage.
(Canajoharie Shale of Trenton Group (NY*) replaced with Utica Shale. See Utica.)
Type section: composite[?] section along Canajoharie Creek and along Flat Creek south of Sprakers, Montgomery Co., eastern NY (Kay, 1937).
Unit Name History:
Named (Clarke, 1911).
Overview, (Ulrich, 1911; Miller, 1911).
Age modified; Biostratigraphic dating (Ruedemann, 1912).
Age modified (Cushing and Ruedemann, 1914; Miller, 1916).
Revised; Overview; Biostratigraphic dating (Kay, 1937).
Age modified; Revised (Fisher, 1961).
Not used (Fisher, 1962).
Overview (Zen, 1967).
Abandoned (Fisher, 1977).
Areal limits, USGS usage (Thompson, 1990).
Replaced (Goldman and others, 1994).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013