Round Valley Limestone

Usage of Geologic Unit Name:
Round Valley Limestone (CO*,UT*,WY*)
Pennsylvanian, Early*
Geologic Province:
Wasatch uplift*
Uinta uplift*
Uinta basin*
Green River basin*
Areal Extent:
Type Locality:
Not designated. Named for Round Valley, 3 mi east of Morgan, Morgan Co., UT (Sadlick, 1955).
Unit Name History:
Named (Sadlick, 1955). Revised (Sadlick, 1957). Overview (Hansen, 1965).


Sadlick, W., 1955, Carboniferous formations of northeastern Uinta Mountains, IN Camp, R.J., chairman, Green River basin: Wyoming Geological Association Field Conference Guidebook, no. 10, p. 49-59.

Sadlick, Walter, 1957, Regional relations of the Carboniferous rocks of northeastern Utah, IN Guidebook to the geology of the Uinta basin: Intermountain Association of Petroleum Geologists Guidebook, 8th Annual Field Conference, p. 56-77.

Hansen, W.R., 1965, Geology of the Flaming Gorge area, Utah-Colorado-Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, 490, 196 p.

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