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AAPG Bulletin


Volume: 60 (1976)

Issue: 7. (July)

First Page: 1119

Last Page: 1123

Title: Definition of Gilmer Limestone, Upper Jurassic Formation, Northeastern Texas: GEOLOGIC NOTES

Author(s): James M. Forgotson (2), James M. Forgotson, Jr. (2)


The "Gilmer Limestone" is defined as an Upper Jurassic formation underlying the Bossier (shale) Formation and overlying either the Buckner Formation or the Smackover Formation. The name "Gilmer Limestone" replaces the informal terms "Cotton Valley limestone" or "Haynesville limestone."

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