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Category:Schnebly Hill Formation

English: The Schnebly Hill Formation — a Permian red sandstone geologic formation in northeastern Yavapai County, and southwestern Coconino County, Arizona, Southwestern U.S.
Geology
  • The Schnebly Hill Formation was formed at the north-(northwest perimeter) of the ancient, elongated, semi-elliptical, Pedregosa Basin, which extended southeastwards from Sedona, to south of New Mexico state region (northwest Chihuahua Desert region).
  • Geologic associated layers/Members:
Underlies--Coconino Sandstone, Permian, white cliffs
Unit--Schnebly Hill Formation-Permian, red cliffs & colorful landforms
Overlies--Hermit Shale-(Hermit Formation)- Permian, an eroded slope-former

Subcategories

This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.

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Media in category "Schnebly Hill Formation"

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