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Mooreville chalk (Arcola limestone member)

Mooreville chalk (Arcola limestone member) - (Selma group), Arcola limestone member at top, hard bluff-colored limestone.
StateMississippi
NameMooreville chalk (Arcola limestone member)
Geologic ageUpper Cretaceous
Original map labelKma
CommentsUnits Km and Kma are combined in the unit description (Mooreville chalk) on the map, but are described and colored separately, so split them up.
Primary rock typelimestone
Secondary rock type
Other rock types
Lithologic constituents
Major
Sedimentary > Carbonate > LimestoneHard bluff-colored limestone.
Map references
Moore, William Halsell, 1969, reprinted 1985, Geologic Map of Mississippi, Compiled by Bicker, A. R., Jr., a revision of the geologic map published by the MS Geological Survey in 1945 in cooperation with the USGS, revised from data submitted by Dr. E. E. Russell of MS State University from published reports of the MS Geological Survey and from field revisions, Mercury Maps Inc., Jackson, MS.
Unit references
Moore, William Halsell, 1969, reprinted 1985, Geologic Map of Mississippi, Compiled by Bicker, A. R., Jr., a revision of the geologic map published by the MS Geological Survey in 1945 in cooperation with the USGS, revised from data submitted by Dr. E. E. Russell of MS State University from published reports of the MS Geological Survey and from field revisions, Mercury Maps Inc., Jackson, MS.

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