Geology of Wayne County

Geology of Wayne County

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...table. Logs of gas or oil wells near exposures of the Berne furnished the data for determining the elevation of the Berea. Interval between the Berne member and Berea sandstone Elevation above sea level Berea sandstone Berne member Interval Location Feet Feet Feet Sec. 25, Congress Township 440 1,064 624 Sec. 31, Canaan Township 466 1,050 584 Sec. 7, Wooster Township 369 944 575 East of Wooster in valleys tributary to the Killbuck there are a number of exposures. The outcrop in a ravine along Little Apple Creek in SE. J NE. J Section 34, Wayne Township, is representative of this region: Strata in a ravine along Little Apple Creek in Section 34, Wayne Township Logan Formation. Byer member. 4. Fine-grained sandstone. Berne member. Feet Inches 3. Conglomerate made up largely of quartz pebbles-fa to inch in diameter, J inch predominating. Upper surface shows undulation of J to 1 inch.... 9 to 14 Cuyahoga Formation. Black Hand member. 2. Medium to coarse-grained sandstone 2 11 1. Coarse-grained, yellowish, massive sandstone, rather loosely cemented, especially in lower 3 feet 13 1 That this conglomerate is the Berne member was confirmed by locating the Allensville farther up the ravine. This exposure is similar to that at Coes quarry in Section 2, Wooster Township, for which the section has been given on page 63. Exposures east of Killbuck Valley.--Farther east the conglomerate outcrops along Little Chippewa Valley. It is exposed along the road on the west side of Section 24, Green Township, a short distance northwest of Orrville. However, only a conglomeratic layer underlain by a slight thickness of coarse sandstone was exposed, so the outcrop was rather indefinite. The best exposures of the Berne member in Little Chippewa Valley are in...show more

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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236810570
  • 9781236810571