Dolomite with some sandstone and shale; includes Shakopee and Oneota Formations
Sandstone with some dolomite and shale, undivided; includes Trempealeau, Tunnel City, and Elk Mound Formations
Orthoquartzitic sandstone with minor limestone, shale and conglomerate; includes Glenwood and St. Peter Formations
Dolomite with some limestone and shale; includes Galena, Decorah, and Platteville Formations
Surface exposures limited to northeastern Allamakee County; subcrops beneath Mississippi River alluvium in Allamakee County. Includes Ironton and Galesville members. Primary lithology: sandstone, fine to coarse grained, upper part fossiliferous (Ironton). Thicknesses: 125-155 ft (38-47 m).
Surface exposures limited to Allamakee and northeast Clayton counties; subcrops beneath Mississippi River alluvium in southern Allamakee and Clayton counties. Primary lithologies: sandstone, very fine to coarse grained, quartzose to feldspathic (Jordan); silty dolomite to dolomitic siltstone (St. Lawrence); sandstone, very fine to fine grained, glauconitic to very glauconitic, common greensands (Lone Rock). Secondary lithologies: siltstone, part argillaceous (St. Lawrence, Lone Rock). Minor: silty shale partings (St. Lawrence, Lone Rock); dolomite, part sandy; intraclastic dolomite, sandstone, and siltstone. Maximum thicknesses of total interval: 260-310 ft (79-95 m). Formation thicknesses: Lone Rock Fm, 110-140 ft (34-43 m); St. Lawrence Fm, 60-80 ft (18-24 m); Jordan Sandstone, 80-110 ft (244-34 m).
Subcrops beneath Mississippi River alluvium in Allamakee County; surface exposures absent. Primary lithologies: sandstone, very fine to fine grained, part argillaceous; shale, silty, gray to green-gray, part glauconitic. Secondary lithology: siltstone, part argillaceous, part dolomitic. Minor: dolomite. Thicknesses: 120-145 ft (37-44 m).
Subcrops beneath Mississippi River alluvium in northeastern Allamakee County; surface exposures absent. Overlies erosional surface on Precambrian granitic basement rocks. Primary lithology: sandstone, very fine to very coarse grained, part iron-stained. Minor: shale, silty to sandy, gray, red, green; quartz granules; granitic pebbles. Thicknesses: 365-405 ft (111-123 m).