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This paper is intended to present proof that the inability to recognize Dog Creek-Blaine formations in southern Grady, northern Stephens, and Comanche counties, Oklahoma, is not wholly due to the generally accepted idea of lateral gradation, but to an overlapping unconformity at the base of the Marlow member of the Whitehorse formation. Also to show that the State geologic map of Oklahoma is in error in part of this same area.
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