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Many parts of the Appalachian region are being critically reexamined by the geologist. Renewed interest in the Devonian system comes from the application of detailed paleontologic work in the areas of its outcrop, as well as from the possibility of increasing oil and gas production in Devonian formations at depth. Although the Devonian outcrop in West Virginia is entirely mapped (scale 1:62,500), and although study has been made of the Devonian as penetrated in many deep-well sections, it is thought desirable to present a general summary and reclassification of the Devonian system in West Virginia. An attempt is here made to recognize the most generally accepted nomenclature consistent with priority of usage.
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