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Stratigraphic References for the Ordovician of the Nashville Dome, Tennessee

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A

Alberstadt, L.P., Maniatis, J., and Moore, N.K., 1970, Carbonate rock types of the Middle and Upper Ordovician formations in the Central Basin of Tennessee: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. p. 191.

Allen, H.H., 1937, Geology of the Browns Creek area, Nashville Quadrangle, Tennessee, with special reference to the Bigby Limestone: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

B

Barnes, R.H., 1958, Pre-Catheys geology of the Elkton quadrangle, Giles County, Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

Bassler, R.S., 1932, The stratigraphy of the Central Basin of Tennessee: Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin, v. 38, p. 1-268.

Borella, P.E., 1976, Petrologic and stratigraphic relationships among middle Ordovician limestones from central Kentucky to central Tennessee: Dissertation Abstracts International, v. 36, p.

Borella, P.E., and Osborne, R.H., 1978, Late Middle and early Late Ordovician history of the Cincinnati arch province, central Kentucky to central Tennessee: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 89, p. 1559-1573.

Born, K.E., 1937, Kimmswick horizon in south-central Tennessee: Geological Society of America Proceedings, v. 1936, p. 370-371.

Born, K.E., and Burwell, H.B., 1939, Geology and petroleum resources of Clay County, Tennessee: Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin, v. 47, p. 1-188.

Brooke, J.P., 1971, Interpretation of cross-beds in the Bigby facies of the Bigby-Cannon Formation (Ordovician) in the Central Basin of Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

D

Díaz, J.R., 1996, Meteoric diagenesis of Ordovician limestones from Cannon County, Tennessee: unpublished M.S. thesis, University of Georgia, 61 p.

F

Ferguson, H.W., 1940, Middle Trenton insoluble residues: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

Foerste, A.F., 1903, The Cincinnati group in western Tennessee, between the Tennessee River and the central basin: Journal of Geology, v. 11, p. 29-45.

Francis, M.L., 1923, The Catheys Formation and its fauna around Nashville, Tennessee: unpublished M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt.

G

Galloway, J.J., 1919, Geology and natural resources of Rutherford County, Tennessee: Tennessee State Geological Survey Bulletin, v. 22, p. 1-81.

Guensburg, T.E., 1992, Paleoecology of hardground encrusting and commensal crinoids, Middle Ordovician, Tennessee: Journal of Paleontology, v. 66, p. 129-147.

H

Hatcher, R.D., Jr., 1962, The petrology of the Hermitage Formation in Central Tennessee: unpublished M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt University.

Holland, S.M., and Patzkowsky, M.E., 1997, Distal orogenic effects on peripheral bulge sedimentation: Middle and Upper Ordovician of the Nashville Dome: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 67, p. 250-263.

Holland, S.M., and Patzkowsky, M.E., 1998, Sequence stratigraphy and relative sea-level history of the Middle and Upper Ordovician of the Nashville Dome, Tennessee: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 68, p. 684-699.

Holt, R.D., 1931, The stratigraphy of the Arnheim Formatioon of the Central Basin of Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

I

Ivey, J.B., 1950, Geology of Cedars of Lebanon State Park and vicinity, Wilson and Rutherford Counties, Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

J

Jewell, W.B., 1931, Geology and mineral resources of Hardin County, Tennessee: Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin 37, v. p. 1-117.

Jewell, W.B., 1967, Upper Ordovician and Silurian stratigraphy and historical geology of northern Alabama and southern Tennessee: in ed., A field guide to Mississippian sediments in northern Alabama and south-central Tennessee: Alabama Geological Society, p. 2-3.

Jones, P.M., 1918, The geology of Nashville and vicinity: unpublished M.S., Vanderbilt.

M

Maniatis, J.K., 1969, Carbonate petrography of Middle and Upper Ordovician rocks of the Central Basin of Tennessee: unpublished M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt University.

Maniatis, J.K., 1970, Carbonate petrography of Middle and Upper Ordovician rocks of the Central Basin of Tennessee: Tennessee Academy of Science Journal, v. 45, p. 53-54.

Maniatis, J.K., 1971, Carbonate petrography of Middle and Upper Ordovician rocks in the Central Basin of Tennessee: Tennessee Academy of Science Journal, v. 46, p. 143-145.

McCary, C.E.L., 1957, Pre-Catheys geology of the Aspen Hill Quadrangle, Giles County, Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

Moore, N.K., 1972, Carbonate petrography and stratigraphy of the Nashville Group (Ordovician) in eastern Williamson County, Tennessee: M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt University.

N

Nelson, W.A., 1922, Mid-Ordovicic volcanic ash in Tennessee: Pan-American Geologist, v. 37, p. 251-252.

Nelson, W.A., 1922, Volcanic ash bed in the Ordovician of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Alabama: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 33, p. 605-615.

R

Railsback, L.B., Holland, S.M., Hunter, D.M., Jordan, E.M, Diaz, J.R. and Crowe, D.E., 2003, Controls on geochemical expression of subaerial exposure in Ordovician limestones from the Nashville Dome, Tennessee, U.S.A.: Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 73, p. 790-805.

Raymond, P.E., 1922, Trenton of central Tennessee and Kentucky: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 33, p. 571-585.

Robbins, D.R., 1992, The diagenetic cementation history of the Elk River Reef in Giles County, Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.

S

Safford, J.M., 1851, The Silurian basin of middle Tennessee, with notices of the strata surrounding it: American Journal of Science, v. 2/12, p. 352-361.

Safford, J.M., 1856, A geological reconnaissance of the State of Tennessee; being the author's first biennial report: Nashville, Tennessee, 164 p.

Safford, J.M., 1861, The Upper Silurian beds of western Tennessee: American Journal of Science, v. 2 / 31, p. 205-209.

Safford, J.M., 1869, Geology of Tennessee: Nashville, 550 p.

Safford, J.M., and Killebrew, J.B., 1900, The elements of the geology of Tennessee: Nashville, 264 p.

Section, G.S.o.A.S., 1953, Guidebook, field trip to central Tennessee phosphate district, [of the] Southeastern Section, Geological Society of America and southeastern mineral symposium: Nashville, Vanderbilt University and Tennessee Division of Geology, 8 p.

Siewers, F., 1988, Hardgrounds in the Middle Ordovician Lebanon Limestone, Central Basin, Tennessee: M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt University.

Siewers, F., 1988, The occurrence and petrographic characteristics of hardgrounds from the Middle Ordovician Lebanon Limestone, central basin Tennessee: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 20, p. 315.

Smith, R.W., and Whitlatch, G.I., 1940, The phosphate resources of Tennessee: Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin, v. 48, p. 1-444.

Stearns, R.G., and Hatcher, R.D., Jr., 1963, Petrology of the laminated argillaceous limestone and Dalmanella coquina in the Hermitage Formation (Ordovician) of Central Tennessee: Tennessee Academy of Science Journal, v. 38, p. 15-22.

Stearns, R.G., and Reesman, A.L., 1984, Movements of the Nashville Dome judged by structure, paleogeologic and geomorphic patterns: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 16, p. 199.

Stearns, R.G., and Reesman, A.L., 1986, Cambrian to Holocene structural and burial history of Nashville Dome: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 70, p. 143-154.

Stovall, J.W., 1927, A study of the stratigraphy and fauna of the Cannon Formation in the vicinity of Nashville, Tennessee: unpublished M.S. thesis, Vanderbilt.

Sweet, W.C., 1976, Mohawkian and Cincinnatian chronostratigraphy: Bulletin New York State Museum, v. 462, p. 84-90.

T

Troost, G., 1840, Fifth geological report of Tennessee: Nashville, 75 p.

Troost, G., 1843, Seventh geological report of the State of Tennessee: Nashville, 45 p.

W

Whipple, T.D., Lumm, D.L., Miller, M.F., Kessler, T.E., and Rhoades, L.R., 1988, Depositional setting and taphonomic processes, Catheys Formation (Middle Ordovician), Nashville, Tennessee: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 20, p. 322.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1935, The pre-Chattanooga development of the Nashville dome: Journal of Geology, v. 43, p. 449-481.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1940, Geology of the Nashville dome: Oil and Gas Journal, v. 38, p. 49.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1948, Channels and channel-filling sediments of Richmond age in south-central Tennessee: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 59, p. 733-765.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1948, The geology of Nashville, Tennessee: Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin, v. 53, p. 1-172.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1949, Pre-Chattanooga stratigraphy in central Tennessee: Tennessee Division of Geology Bulletin, v. 56, p. 1-407.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1962, Stratigraphy and geologic history of Middle Ordovician rocks of central Tennessee: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 73, p. 481-504.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., 1980, Geology of Cedars of Lebanon State Park and Forest and vicinity in Wilson County, Tennessee: State Park Series, v. p.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., and Barnes, R.H., 1965, Ordovician of Central Tennessee: in Wilson, C.W., Jr., ed., Guidebook for field trips, southeastern section, Geological Society of America, April 7-10, 1965: Athens, Georgia, University of Georgia and Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America, p. 1-14.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., and Born, K.E., 1936, The Flynn Creek disturbance, Jackson County, Tennessee: Journal of Geology, v. 44, p. 815-835.

Wilson, C.W., Jr., and Stearns, R.G., 1963, Quantitative analysis of Ordovician and younger structural development of Nashville dome, Tennessee: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 47, p. 823-832.

Z

Zuppann, C.W., Jr., 1974, Petrography and paleoenvironment of the Hermitage Formation in the western half of the Central Basin and in the western Highland Rim, Tennessee: M.S., Vanderbilt University.