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William A. Oliver, Wallace De Witt, John M. Dennison, D.M. Hoskins, and John W. Huddle, 1967, Devonian of the Appalachian Basin, United States: Alberta Society of Petroleum Geologists, v. I.

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Although Devonian rocks in the Appalachians have been studied for more than 150 years, they are poorly known in most of the area. The nearly complete Devonian sequence in New York has been established as the North American standard of reference. The structural belt that includes unmetamorphosed Devonian geosynclinal strata is bonded on the southeast and east by metamorphic and igneous rocks of the Blue Ridge and Piedmont provinces. Some meta-sedimentary and igneous rocks of the Piedmont may be Devonian, but the only rocks known to be of this age southeast of the structural belt are mudstones and siltstones in the subsurface of northwest Florida and adjacent Georgia. The three oldest stages of the Devonian in the Appalachian area — [...]

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