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New Oxford Formation, basal limestone conglomerate

New Oxford Formation - basal conglomerate member: From vicinity of Maryland Rte. 73 and southward, limestone conglomerate with red and gray calcareous matrix
StateMaryland
NameNew Oxford Formation, basal limestone conglomerate
Geologic ageTriassic
Original map labelTrlc-Trqc
CommentsOn digital source map and paper map, TRlc and TRqc are identified as a single unit labelled TRlc+TRqc. However, the paper map gives separate descriptions for each unit and the units are separated here.
Primary rock typeconglomerate
Secondary rock type
Other rock types
Lithologic constituents
Major
Sedimentary > Clastic > Conglomeratebasal limiestone conglomerate with red and gray calcareous matrix
Map references
Cleaves, E.T., Edwards, J., Jr., Glaser, J.D., 1968, Geologic Map of Maryland: Maryland Geological Survey, Baltimore, Maryland, scale 1:250,000.
Unit references
Cleaves, E.T., Edwards, J., Jr., Glaser, J.D., 1968, Geologic Map of Maryland: Maryland Geological Survey, Baltimore, Maryland, scale 1:250,000.
Unpublished digital version of the Maryland state geologic map that was digitized by the USGS Water Resources Office in Towson, MD
Geographic coverageFrederick

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