DOI:​10.1017/S0016756809006013
Corpus ID: 129452154
Epeirogenic transgression near a triple junction: the oldest (latest early–middle Cambrian) marine onlap of cratonic New York and Quebec
E. Landing, Lisa Amati, D. Franzi
Published 2009
Geology
Geological Magazine
Abstract The discovery of a fossiliferous interval (Altona Formation, new unit) under the Potsdam Formation requires a new geological synthesis of a large part of the northeast Laurentian craton… Expand
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