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Published December 1937 | public
Journal Article

A new locality for Middle Cambrian fossils near Noxon, Montana


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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© 1937 American Journal of Science. Published by permission of the Director of the U.S. Geological Survey.

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