bedrock unit

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  • Route 174 is located along a large mapped sedimentary bedrock unit, known as the Marcellus Formation.
  • The Llewellyn Formation is a mapped bedrock unit in eastern Pennsylvania.
  • NY 174 is located along a geological feature known as a mapped sedimentary bedrock unit, known as the Marcellus Formation.
  • The New Oxford Formation is a mapped bedrock unit consisting primarily of sandstones, conglomerates, and shales.
  • The Feltville Formation is a mapped bedrock unit primarily in New Jersey, with one known outlier in Pennsylvania and another one in New York.
  • The Cambrian Warrior Formation is a mapped limestone bedrock unit in Pennsylvania.
  • The Hammer Creek Formation is a mapped bedrock unit consisting primarily of conglomerate, coarse sandstone, and shale.
  • The Gettysburg Formation is a mapped bedrock unit consisting primarily of sandstones, conglomerates, and shales.
  • The Huntley Mountain Formation is a late Devonian and early Mississippian mapped bedrock unit in Pennsylvania, in the United States.
  • The Conococheague Formation is a mapped Appalachian bedrock unit of Cambrian age, consisting primarily of limestone and dolomite.
  • The Pennsylvanian Allegheny Formation is a mapped bedrock unit in western and central Pennsylvania, western Maryland and West Virginia, and southeastern Ohio.
  • The Boonton Formation is a mapped bedrock unit in New Jersey, formerly divided between the Boonton and Whitehall beds of the defunct Brunswick Formation.
  • The Columbus Limestone is a mapped bedrock unit consisting primarily of fossiliferous limestone, and it occurs in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia in the United States, and in Ontario, Canada.
  • Fountain Formation is Pennsylvanian bedrock unit consisting primarily of conglomerate, sandstone, or arkose, in Colorado and Wyoming, along the east side of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, and along the west edge of the Denver Basin.
  • The Fountain Formation is a Pennsylvanian bedrock unit consisting primarily of conglomerate, sandstone, or arkose, in the states of Colorado and Wyoming in the USA, along the east side of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, and along the west edge of the Denver Basin.
  • The Ordovician Reedsville Formation is a mapped surficial bedrock unit in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Tennessee, that extends into the subsurface of Ohio.