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Geology of the Beck Pond area

A. J. Boucot

Geology of the Beck Pond area

township 3, range 5, Somerset County, Maine

by A. J. Boucot

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Published by Dept. of Economic Development in Augusta, ME .
Written in English

  • Limestone,
  • Geology

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    Statementby Arthur J. Boucot, Charles Harper, and Keith Rhea
    SeriesSpecial geologic studies series / Maine Geological Survey -- # 1., Special geologic studies series (Maine Geological Survey) -- #1.
    ContributionsHarper, Charles W., Rhea, Keith
    LC ClassificationsQE119 .A33 1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25577754M

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Geology Recommended Citation Boucot, Arthur James, Harper, Charles, and Rhea, Keith,Geology of the Beck Pond area, Township 3, Range 5, Somerset County, Maine: Maine Geological Survey (Department of Development of Industry and Commerce), Bulletin 8 (Special Geologic Studies Series 1), 33 p., illus.

incl. geol. sketch by: 2. Beck Pond Limestone (ME*) Geologic age: Devonian, Early* Gedinnian, late* Helderbergian* Type section, locality, area and/or origin of name: Type Geology of the Beck Pond area book on south part of low hill in NW part of T.

3, R. 5, in area west of Beck Pond and Bear Pond, Spencer [Lake] min quadrangle, Somerset Co., west-central ME (Boucot and others, ). AAPG. Beck Pond is located near sought-after recreational facilities, venues and activities.

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