About This Item

Share This Item

The AAPG/Datapages Combined Publications Database

Tulsa Geological Society


Tulsa Geological Society Digest
Vol. 31 (1963), Pages 193-211

The Cambrian of Northern Argentina

Juan Carlos M. Turner


The Cambrian sandstones and shales of northern Argentina crop out in the Cordillera Oriental and can be divided into three formations, on the basis of differences of color and lithology. The thickness diminishes from north to south and varies greatly in an east west direction. The only fossils found so far are indeterminate brachiopods. Its exact Cambrian age is unknown.

Pay-Per-View Purchase Options

The article is available through a document delivery service. Explain these Purchase Options.

Protected Document: $10
Internal PDF Document: $14
Open PDF Document: $24