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AAPG Bulletin


Volume: 14 (1930)

Issue: 2. (February)

First Page: 161

Last Page: 173

Title: Permian Structure and Stratigraphy of Northwestern Oklahoma and Adjacent Areas

Author(s): R. L. Clifton (2)


Some problems involved in Permian stratigraphy relating particularly to exposures in northwestern Oklahoma and adjacent areas are discussed in this paper. Variability, such as lateral and vertical changes in section, has been noted. Striking examples of dip and fold are known to occur. Permian beds have been mapped and the attitude of certain beds with respect to sea-level has been indicated. Conclusions in correlation, in geologic history, and in regional interpretation have been stated for the area along the northern limb of what is now known as the Anadarko basin.

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