Geologic Unit: Mount Toby
Mount Toby Formation of Newark Supergroup (MA*)
Extensively developed in the main mass of Mount Toby and exposed in the bed of Roaring Brook on the east flank of Mount Toby, Mount Toby quadrangle, Franklin Co., MA (Emerson, 1898).
Unit Name History:
Named Mount Toby Conglomerate (Emerson, 1891).
Described (Emerson, 1898).
Revised (Willard, 1951; Leo and others, 1977).
Abandoned (Peper, 1977).
Age modified (Cornet 1977).
MA State Geol. Map usage (Zen and others, 1983).
Revised to Mount Toby Formation of the Newark Supergroup (Robinson and Luttrell, 1985).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013