The little stream from which the City of Oneida, New York, receives its water supply, and also the reservoir, are located in the midst of the Salina shales. In some places these shales contain notable quantities of gypsum, many times quite large masses of selenite.
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Knight, Nicholas and Shippee, Vernon C.
"Some Natural Waters of Central New York,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 24(1), 485-487.
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