Geologic Unit: Walden Creek
Walden Creek Group of Ocoee Supergroup (TN*,NC*,GA*)
Walden Creek, a western tributary of West Fork of Little Pigeon River, Sevier Co., eastern TN (King and others, 1958).
Licklog Formation (TN*,NC), Shields Formation (TN*,NC), Wilhite Formation (TN*,NC*), Sandsuck Formation (TN*,NC*)
Unit Name History:
Named (King and others, 1958).
Overview (Hamilton, 1961).
TN State Geol. Map usage (Hardeman and others, 1966).
Areal limits (Fairley, 1973).
Revised; Extended into GA (undivided) (Higgins and Zietz, 1975).
Age modified (Slack and others, 1980).
NC State Geol. Map usage (Brown and others, 1985).
Controversial age assignment (Unrug and Unrug, 1990).
Age information (Broadhead and others, 1991).
Isotopic dating (Kish, 1991).
Biostratigraphic dating (Unrug and others, 1991; Walker and Driese, 1991).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013