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Geology of the Baraboo, Wisconsin, Area.


Geology of the Baraboo, Wisconsin, Area

Edited by Richard A. Davis, Jr., Robert H. Dott, Jr., and Ian W. D. Dalziel

Geological Society of America


81 pages


Field Guide; 43


Geologists present a guidebook to an area of the US Midwest that has a wide range of geologic lithologies, structures, stratigraphy, and geomorphology and lies at the boundary of the glacial and driftless regions of the Quaternary. They cover Proterozoic geology of the Baraboo Interval. structural geology of the Baraboo District, Baraboo quartzite: stratigraphy and sedimentology, Cambrian geology of the Baraboo Hills, Quaternary geology of the Baraboo area, and the road log. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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