The Flaxville gravel and its relation to other terrace gravels of the northern Great Plains
Professional Paper 108-J
- Arthur J. Collier and W.T. Thom Jr.
In Nebraska and South Dakota there are widespread deposits of gravel and other material, largely superficial and generally uninitiated, known as the White River, Arikaree, Ogalalla, and other formations, which range in age from Oligocene to Pleistocene. West of these deposits, on the flanks of the Rocky Mountains, are several high plateaus covered with gravel, whose age, though not know, is generally regarded as Pleistocene.
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