|Name||Tonoloway, Wills Creek, and Williamsport Formations|
Sedimentary > Clastic > Mudstone > Shalethe thin-bedded shale of the Wills Creek
Sedimentary > Carbonate > Limestone (Bed)includes the thin-bedded platy argillaceous limestones of the Tonoloway; the fossiliferous limestones of the Wills Creek
Sedimentary > Clastic > Sandstonegreenish-brown to white Williamsport Sandstone.
Sedimentary > Clasticthe Bloomsburg red clastic facies
Sedimentary > Chemical > Evaporite > AnhydriteThe Wills Creek contains anhydrite and rock salt, the latter supplying brine from deep wells along the Ohio River.
Sedimentary > Chemical > Evaporite > SaltThe Wills Creek contains anhydrite and rock salt, the latter supplying brine from deep wells along the Ohio River.
|Comments||Thickness: Northeastern 1010-1075 ft, Western 865 ft, Southeastern 140-365 ft|
Cardwell, D.H., Erwin, R.B., and Woodward, H.P., 1968 (slightly revised 1986), Geologic Map of West Virginia: West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Map 1, East Sheet, scale 1:250,000.
|Counties||Berkeley - Grant - Greenbrier - Hampshire - Hardy - Mineral - Morgan - Pendleton - Pocahontas|