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The lower Permian beds of Logan and Lincoln counties, Oklahoma, are described and their thicknesses measured. Some new subdivisions have been introduced, new names submitted, and a map showing their areal distribution made.
The alternating red sandstone and red shale beds from the base of the Permian up to and including the Garber sandstone are thought to have been deposited, for the most part, under deltaic conditions.
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