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This is a correction of Figure 7 in `Origin and Evolution of San Miguel Lignite Deposit and Associated Lithofacies, Jackson Group, South Texas,' by J. W. Snedden and D. G. Kersey (AAPG Bulletin, 65(6), 1099-1109, 1981).
Click to view image in GIF format. Fig. 7. [Grey Scale] Sedimentary structures of lithofacies in San Miguel cores. A, even, parallel, continuous, and inclined laminations; lithofacies 1, core MK-45, 19.5 to 19.9 m. B, bioturbation of two types: closely spaced, non-walled, horizontal burrows, and elongate, knobby, vertical burrow (arrow); lithofacies 2, core MK-45, 12.4 cm. C, root structures (arrows); lithofacies 2, core MK-26, 11.8 to 12.3 m. Upper root is surrounded by pyrite. D, densely packed accumulation of fossil shells, largely those of bivalve Rhabdopitaria sp; lithofacies 3, core B-296, 27.2 to 27.4 m. E, bioturbation in upper part of unit; lithofacies 4, Core MK-26, 18.3 to 19.5 m. F, parallel, wavy, continuou laminations in lignite interval; lithofacies 2, core MK-45, 54.6 m. Root structure near base.
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