Dalton Formation - conglomerate member

Commonly tan- to yellowish-tan-weathering, coarse- to fine-grained quartz-pebble to -cobble, quartz conglomerate and schistose quartz conglomerate. Locally dark-gray biotite-muscovite-blue-quartz-pebble wacke to conglomerate. Occurs at or near base of unit. Unit interfingers to the north with rocks of the Tyson Formation and to the east with rocks of the Hoosac Formation. Cover rocks of the Southern Green Mountains.
State Vermont
Name Dalton Formation - conglomerate member
Geologic age Lower Cambrian and Neoproterozoic
Lithologic constituents
Major
Sedimentary > Clastic > ConglomerateCommonly tan- to yellowish-tan-weathering, coarse- to fine-grained quartz-pebble to -cobble, quartz conglomerate and schistose quartz conglomerate. Locally dark-gray biotite-muscovite-blue-quartz-pebble wacke to conglomerate.
Minor
Sedimentary > Clastic > Sandstone > GraywackeLocally dark-gray biotite-muscovite-blue-quartz-pebble wacke to conglomerate.
References
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Counties Bennington - Rutland - Windham