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Certain stratigraphic problems have arisen in the correlation and differentiation of the Dundee and Detroit River formations of central Michigan. One approach to the solution of the problem is by means of insoluble residues. A convenient insoluble-residue method applicable to this problem is developed, and both quantitative and qualitative data obtained indicate that this method can be used as an aid in the differentiation and correlation of these formations.
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