2 edition of Calloway Creek limestone and Ashlock and Drakes Formations (upper Ordovician) in south-central Kentucky found in the catalog.
Calloway Creek limestone and Ashlock and Drakes Formations (upper Ordovician) in south-central Kentucky
Gordon Whitney Weir
Includes bibliographical references (p. 36).
|Statement||by Gordon W. Weir, Robert C. Greene, and George C. Simmons ; prepared in cooperation with the Kentucky Geological Survey.|
|Series||Contributions to stratigraphy, Geological Survey bulletin -- 1224-D|
|Contributions||Greene, Robert C., Simmons, George Clarke, 1923-, Kentucky Geological Survey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
The Drakes yields to gallons per day to drilled wells in broad valleys and along streams in uplands; it yields almost no water to drilled wells on hillsides or ridgetops, and some water to small springs. Ashlock Formation, Grant Lake Limestone, Calloway Creek Limestone (Oaf). Ashlock Formation: Overlies: Garrard Siltstone: Location; Region Kentucky: Country United States: The Calloway Creek Formation is a geologic formation in Kentucky. It preserves fossils dating back to the Ordovician period. See also List of fossiliferous stratigraphic units in Kentucky Country: United States.
rocks in the basin mostly consist of interbedded shales and limestones of the Drakes, Ashlock, and Calloway Creek Limestone formations (KGS Online Geologic Map). There are 4 main stream segments that drain the basin: East Fork, West Fork, Dreaming Creek, and the main Otter Creek : Elijah D Wolfe, Walter S Borowski, Jacob L. Robin. The study area (Fig. 1) has been mapped (Greene, ) as the Ashlock Formation, which consists of the Tate, Gilbert, Stingy Creek, Terrill and Reba Members over eastern Kentucky (Weir et al, ). The Ashlock lies above the Calloway Creek Formation and below the Bull Fork Formation and is Maysvillian (Cincinnatian) or Ashgillian in age (Fig. 2).Author: Kevin G. Greff, Walter S Borowski.
The Middle Devonian (Givetian) of central Kentucky is represented by a complex and somewhat enigmatic succession of sandy dolomitic limestones and chert-rich wackestones, silty dolostones, and thin dark shales belonging to the Boyle Formation and Portwood Member of the New Albany Formation. The lower contact of the Boyle Formation is a distinct, regionally angular Cited by: 1. The Calloway Trail starts at the north end of the parking area where it affords a good view into the steep-walled canyon of West Clear Creek. Some of the rock strata visible from the rim includes limestone laid when the area was covered by a shallow sea, and sandstone, the result of deposition as ocean sediment and eolian (windblown) accumulation/5(14).
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Calloway Creek limestone and Ashlock and Drakes formations (Upper Ordovician) in south-central Kentucky (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gordon W Weir; Robert C Greene; George Clarke Simmons; Geological Survey (U.S.); Kentucky Geological.
Summary not available for this title. Record Details Catalog Search. Calloway Creek limestone and Ashlock and Drakes Formations (Upper Ordovician) in south-central Kentucky Bulletin D By: Gordon Whitney Weir, Robert C. Greene, and George Clarke Simmons. way Creek Limestone and the Ashlock and Drakes Formations.
The Galloway Creek Limestone is chiefly gray thin-bedded fossiliferous fine- to medium-grained limestone having parting's 'and seams of greenish-gray shale; the lower part of the formation includes greenish-gray thin-bedded limy by: 8.
Calloway Creek Limestone and Ashlock and Drakes Formations (Upper Ordovician) in South-Central Kentucky: Usgs Bulletin D: ISBN () Softcover, BiblioGov, Stratigraphy of the Late Proterozoic Murdama Group, Saudi Arabia (U.S.
Named for Calloway Creek in north-central Madison Co., KY. Consists of gray, thinly bedded, highly fossiliferous limestone, much lesser shale, and minor siltstone. ft thick in type locality, ranges from 80 to ft thick. Conformably overlies Garrard Siltstone with gradational contact; conformably underlies Ashlock Formation.
Geologic unit mapped in Kentucky: Ashlock Formation, Grant Lake and Calloway Creek Limestones, and Fairview Formation, undivided.
Furthermore, these parochial units may differ in their boundaries and vertical extent. For example, the Dillsboro Formation of Indiana encompasses the entirety of the Fairview, Grant Lake, Arnheim, Waynesville, and Liberty formations of Ohio and the Fairview/Calloway Creek, Grant Lake, Bull Fork, and (in part) Drakes formations of Kentucky.
In northwestern KY and southwestern OH, the only part of the Drakes that is exposed is 25 to 30 feet of the Preachersville Member. Thickness of the Drakes is to feet.
Overlies (in westward direction) the Ashlock Formation, Grant Lake Limestone, or Bull Fork Formation. Ashlock Formation, Grant Lake and Calloway Creek Limestones, and Fairview Formation (Oaf).-The Calloway Creek Limestone is composed of limestone, shale, and minor siltstone.
It is mostly fossiliferous limestone which occurs in even and nodular beds that are commonly 1 to 4 in thick. Calloway Creek Limestone and Ashlock and Drakes Formations (Upper Ordovi-cian) in South-Central Kentucky. Geo-logical Survey Bulletin U.S.G.P.O., Washington, D.C. Figure 1. (Murphy) Portion of Paint Lick, Kentucky, 7'h' U.
Quadrangle showing location of stromatporoid occurrence (S) on Walker-Noe farm. 40File Size: 5MB. The Juniata Formation and equivalent Drakes Formation are interpreted as delta plain, peritidal, and marginal marine redbed deposits that were derived from the Taconic orogenic belt (Diecchio.
Calloway Creek Limestone and Ashlock and Drakes Formations (Upper Ordovician) in of the Cynthiana and Eden Formations of the Ohio Valley: Geol. Soc. America Spec. Pa 76 p, and NORMAN, C. E., a, The American "Orthoceras Limestone." This species has a. The Outer Bluegrass proper, an area of hummocky, irregularly rolling hills and low ridges, is developed on Upper Ordovician limestones, siltstones, and interbedded shales of the Garrard Siltstone, Calloway Creek, Ashlock, and Drakes formations.
The book summarizes the results of the study of faults and coseismic deformation that presents the manifestations of seismically induced geological hazards in Southern East Siberia and adjacent areas. These include the Calloway Creek Limestone, Garrard Siltstone, Tanglewood Limestone, Grier and Curdsville Limestone, Clays Ferry Formation, Crab Orchard Formation, Brassfield Dolomite, Ashlock Formation, New Albany Shale, Irvine Formation, Calloway Creek Limestone, Drakes Formation, Boyle Dolomite, and Borden Formation.
Competent limestone. Many of these members are thin, so the Ashlock Formation is convenient for mapping these as a single unit, but not very useful for paleoenvironmental or sequence stratigraphic interpretation. The Ashlock overlies the Calloway Creek Formation and is overlain by the Drakes Formation.
Bellevue - Used for shallow subtidal facies of the C2 sequence. The major Ordovician units above the Lexington Limestone in the Blue Grass region are: The Clays Ferry Formation, the Kope Formation, the Garrard Siltstone, the Fairview Formation, the Calloway Creek Limestone, the Grant Lake Limestone, the Ashlock Formation, the Bull Fork Formation, and the Drakes Formation.
Drakes Formation (Od) As a result, the limestone beds yield little water. Ashlock Formation and Calloway Creek Limestone (Oaf) Topography These formations create gently to moderately rolling uplands away from major streams, more highly dissected where shale content increases.
Calloway Creek Limestone and Ashlock and Drakes Formations (Upper Ordovican) in South-Central Kentucky IE Department of the Interior Geyser Creek Fanglomerate (Tertiary), La Sal Mountains, Eastern Utah IF Department of the Interior Borden Formation (Mississippian) in South- and Southeast-Central Kentucky.
Sequence C2: Fairview Formation/Calloway Creek Formation and Miamitown Shale. The lower Maysvillian Stage comprises the Fairview Formation, its lateral equivalent the Calloway Creek Formation, and the Miamitown Shale. In contrast to the mudstone-dominated Edenian, the lower Maysvillian is more than 50% limestone, mainly bryozoan Author: Carlton E.
Brett, Christopher D. Aucoin, Benjamin F. Dattilo, Rebecca L. Freeman, Kyle R. Hartshorn.The Boyle Dolomite, Crab Orchard rassfield DolmiteBand Drakes Formations consist of dolomite and mudstone.
The mudstone of these formations will generally be nondurable and will deteriorate rapidly where exposed to weather. The remaining formations, the Ashlock and Calloway Creek Limestone.Calloway Creek Limestone (Occ) micrograined limestone Gilbert Member (Oag), Ashlock Formation Ashlock Formation (Oa)limestone and shale nodular-bedded limestone and shale Grant Lake Limestone (Ogl) greenish-gray, dolomitic limestone and shale Rowland Member (Odr), Drakes Formation nodular-bedded limestone and shale Bardstown Member (Odb.