Baraga Group; Michigamme Formation; Mafic to intermediate flows and pyroclastic rocks, including Clarksburg Volcanics member - Poorly exposed. Includes Clarksburg Volcanics member which is mostly mafic to intermediate pyroclastic rocks in Marquette trough, between Marquette Bay and Champion
Menominee Group; Composite unit of Siamo Slate and Ajibik Quartzite - Siamo Slate is laminated green siltstone and argillite. Ajibik Quartzite is white, buff, and pink orthoquartzite and less abundant sericite quartzite.
Baraga Group; Michigamme Formation, undivided - Thick and stratigraphically varied formation of sedimentary and less abundant volcanic rocks. Metamorphosed graywacke is predominant rock of Michigamme Formation. Calcareous concretions common. Metamorphosed from cholorite to sillimanite grade (Cannon, 1986). Mapped undivided in poorly exposed areas
Chocolay Group, undivided - In Dickinson County, Mich., includes Randville Dolomite, Sturgeon Quartzite, and Fern Creek Formation. In Marquette range, between Marquette Bay and Champion, includes Wewe Slate, Kona Dolomite, Mesnard Quartzite, and Enchantment Lake Formation
Metabasalt (Late Archean) - Derived from mafic to intermediate pyroclastic rocks and massive to pillowed lava flows. Unit mapped as Ramsey Formation by Prinz (1981) south of Gogebic Range; mapped as Mona Schist and Kitchi Schist in northern complex of Marquette District.
Gneiss and amphibolite (Late Archean, 2.640-2.750 Ma) - Interlayered quartzofeldspathic gneiss and amphibolite in Marenisco, Mich., area and northwestern Wisconsin. Protoliths are bimodal intermediate and mafic volcanic rocks (Sims and others, 1984).
Migmatitic gneiss and amphibolite (Late to Early Archean) - Varied gneisses of mostly unknown age in cores of gneiss domes and fault-bounded uplifts (Archean gneiss terranes). Except for the Watersmeet dome (Late to Early Archean), all dated rocks are Late Archean. Includes granite of Late Archean age that transgresses gneisses and amphibolite.