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American Philosophical Society
Geology of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 40, part 1)
Horace G. Richards (au)
This report deals with the geology of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina, which covers the area east of the “Fall Line” or, approx., east of a line through Roanoke Rapids, Raleigh, Southern Pines, & Rockingham. This report covers all the formations of the Coastal Plain from the Cretaceous to the Recent, although relatively less attention is paid to the Cretaceous than to the later sediments. The major part of the field work for this report was done between Jan. 1941 & Aug. 1942. During the latter part of the program, after the entrance of the U.S. into the war, greater emphasis was paid to the present & potential economic resources of the Coastal Plain. The field work consisted of 15 short trips interspersed with a study of the fossils collected. Illus.
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