Philadelphia folio : Norristown, Germantown, Chester, and Philadelphia quadrangles, Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware
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DescriptionPhiladelphia folio : Norristown, Germantown, Chester, and Philadelphia quadrangles, Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware
SubjectNeogene - Pensauken formation; Cape May formation; Bridgeton formation; Lafayette formation; Cohansey sand; Kirkwood formation
Paleogene - Lafayette formation; Cohansey sand; Kirkwood formation
Ordovician - Octoraro schist; Shenandoah limestone
Cretaceous - Patapsco formation; Mount Laurel sands; Wenonah sands; Marshalltown formation; Englishtown sand; Woodbury clay; Merchantville clay; Vincentown sand; Hornerstown marls; Navesink marls; Magothy formation; Raritan formation
Triassic - Brunswick shale; Lockatong formation; Stockton formation
Cambrian - Shenandoah limestone; Chickies quartzite;
Pre-Cambrian - Wissahickon gneiss; Baltimore gneiss
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Bascom, F. (Florence), 1862-1945. (1909). Philadelphia folio : Norristown, Germantown, Chester, and Philadelphia quadrangles, Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware. Geological Survey (United States). Available electronically from
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