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Good Picture Of Cone-In-Cone In Place.


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I found a photo they had in the paper from my trace fossil post that shows a cone-in-cone layer at the boundary between the Devonian and Mississippian units in Northeastern KY. I has seen this type of layer toward the upper Mississippian also.

It was in the publication

Upper Devonian–Lower Mississippian clastic rocks in northeastern

Kentucky: Evidence for Acadian alpine glaciation and models for

source-rock and reservoir-rock development in the eastern United


Frank R. Ettensohn, R. Thomas Lierman, and Charles E. Mason

with contributions by Sarah Heal, Niall Paterson, Cortland Eble, Robbie Goodhue, Nina Larsson, Geoff Clayton, Alan Dennis,

Eric Anderson, and D. Brent Wilhelm


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