Date of Award
Bachelor of Science (BS)
F. D. Holland Jr
In this report, a lithologic analysis of a sample of the Coon Creek tongue in southwestern Tennesse is given. The sediment is a olive gray siltstone, well sorted, with roundness values for the grains ranging from angular to subrounded. Quartz, biotite, and glauconite were the principal minerals observed. Porosity and permeability were variable, but mostly very good.
Solheim, Dale, "A Lithologic Report on the Coon Creek Tongue Ripley Formation, in Tennesse" (1957). Undergraduate Theses and Senior Projects. 24.