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A new locality for Middle Cambrian fossils near Noxon, Montana

Campbell, Ian and Sharp, Robert P. and Gale, Hoyt Rodney (1937) A new locality for Middle Cambrian fossils near Noxon, Montana. American Journal of Science, 34 (204). pp. 411-421. ISSN 0002-9599.

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Fossils representing the fauna of the Stephen formation of British Columbia were found in a highway cut on the north side of the Clark Fork River a few miles east of the Idaho line. They occur in what is probably a down-dropped wedge in the Hope fault. One more isolated point is added to the data on lower Paleozoic-Belt relationships and on Cambrian paleogeography.

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Official Citation:Ian Campbell, Robert Phillip Sharp, and Hoyt Rodney Gale. A new locality for Middle Cambrian fossils near Noxon, Montana. Am J Sci December 1, 1937 Series 5 Vol. 34:411-421; doi:10.2475/ajs.s5-34.204.411
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Deposited By: Tony Diaz
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