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The South Platte Formation is a Mesozoic geologic formation. Fossil ankylosaur tracks have been reported from the formation.

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The Dakota Formation is a geologic formation composed of sedimentary rocks deposited on the .... or facies, of the Dakota Group are sometimes called the Lytle Formation, and near-shore marine facies are called the South Platte Formation.

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Aug 3, 2016 ... South Platte formation*. Modifications: Named. Dominant lithology: Shale; Sandstone. AAPG geologic province: Denver basin. Publication:.

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The South Platte Formation of the Dakota Group and the Laramie Formation have produced the bulk of the clay in the county, and the Laramie Formation has ...

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named the South Platte formation. The term Dakota group is retained to include these two formations. Lytle sediments were deposited on flood plains and are ...

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Aug 16, 2007 ... The South Platte Formation of the Dakota Group represents the first Cretaceous marine flooding of Colorado along the Western Interior Seaway ...

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The South Platte Formation consists of a lower sandstone (Plainnew Member); middle clayey siltstone and sandstone (Skull Creek interval); and upper.

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Post 46. Lytle Formation, Post 51. Plainview Sandstone of the South Platte Formation. These sandstones are fine-grained with some cross-bedding and burrows.

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(Plainview Member) of the South Platte Formation (Dakota Group) at Dinosaur Ridge, Colorado are attributed to deinonychosaurian theropod dinosaurs and ...

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The upper, the South Platte Formation, is the tan or yellowish-brown beach sandstone, the Dakota sandstone, was deposited between 105 and 100 million years ...