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Bangor Limestone and Hartselle Formation

Bangor Limestone - Dark brownish-gray limestone, thick-bedded. Thickness 100 to 250 feet; and Hartselle Formation - Thin-bedded, fine-grained sandstone and greenish-gray shale interbedded with coarse limestone. Thickness 0 to 60 feet.
State Tennessee
Name Bangor Limestone and Hartselle Formation
Geologic age Mississippian
Comments West-Central sheet
Primary rock type limestone
Secondary rock type sandstone
Other rock types shale
Lithologic constituents
Major
Sedimentary > Carbonate > Limestone
Minor
Sedimentary > Clastic > Sandstone
Sedimentary > Clastic > Mudstone > Shale
Map references
Geology available at Tennesse Spatial Data Server which can be found at http://www.tngis.org/geology.html which links to a USGS Water Resources Division site: http://water.usgs.gov/lookup/getspatial?geo250k Tennessee Spatial Data Server site notes: Thanks goes to Jim Julian for researching this improved geology layer from the Tennessee Division of Geology. **Note** - The Tennessee Division of Geology does not endorse this coverage, stating this version is still incomplete and not fit for distribution.
Unit references
Geology available at Tennesse Spatial Data Server which can be found at http://www.tngis.org/geology.html which links to a USGS Water Resources Division site: http://water.usgs.gov/lookup/getspatial?geo250k Tennessee Spatial Data Server site notes: Thanks goes to Jim Julian for researching this improved geology layer from the Tennessee Division of Geology. **Note** - The Tennessee Division of Geology does not endorse this coverage, stating this version is still incomplete and not fit for distribution.
Hardeman, W.D., and others, 1966, Geologic map of Tennessee: Division of Geology, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, scale 1:250,000
Counties Bledsoe - Cannon - Cumberland - Fentress - Franklin - Grundy - Hamilton - Lincoln - Marion - Overton - Pickett - Putnam - Sequatchie - Van Buren - Warren - White