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This extension to a former paper shows some major time lines which are used to divide the Permian of Oklahoma into three divisions. The section starts at the top of the Brownville limestone and extends upward to the Tertiary overlap above the Elk City sandstone. The three time divisions are shown graphically. Some reference is made to the geologic history which may be interpreted from the gradations in the clastic units. Local formations are not considered to have correlative equivalents in far distant localities. A correction is made concerning the writer's previous classification of the Cloud Chief formation. Whitehorse and Quartermaster are used as group names.
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