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Geologic History of Kansas

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Figure 16

Figure 16--Map of Kansas showing thickness of Cretaceous deposits, a wedge-shaped mass of material between Permian, Triassic, or Jurassic units beneath and Tertiary beds above. Contour interval 500 feet.

3000 to 2500 feet thick in Cheyenne; 1000-foot line runs from Greeley to 
Finney, then northeast to Jewell

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Kansas Geological Survey, Geologic History of Kansas
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Web version April 2006. Original publication date Dec. 1963.