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This paper summarizes the data available on the Trenton and sub-Trenton formations as shown in wells in New York state. Approximately a score of wells have been reported to have reached the Basement complex and nearly all have been near the Great Lakes or the Adirondack pre-Cambrian area. The relationship of the rocks east and west is shown by means of a cross section. Contour maps show the approximate sub-sea elevation of the top of the Trenton and the top of the pre-Cambrian.
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