Item Number: IJES06
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Henry H. Gray, then a stratigrapher at the Indiana Geological Survey, presented this talk on May 18, 1972, to the Indiana-Kentucky Geological Society meeting at Bloomington, Indiana, in connection with a field trip to the Mt. Carmel Fault.



Gray, H. H., 2019, From backbones to sliding plates—a history of thought on the geologic structure of Indiana and the Midwest: Indiana Geological and Water Survey, Indiana Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 1, 6 p. DOI 10.14434/ijes.v1i0.26878


Keywords: structural geology, Indiana, Midwest, plate tectonics

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