A study was made of the joint sets developed within two stratigraphic units of significantly different ages in the Sheep Mountain region, Bighorn County, Wyoming, in an attempt to determine if any pre-Laramide orogeny existed in the area. The field methods used and the relationships exhibited between joint sets are discussed. From the data presented, no significant support of the premise is concluded.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Johnson, Gary D.; Garside, Larry J.; and Warner, Albert J.
"A Study of the Structure and Associated Features of Sheep Mountain Anticline Big Horn County, Wyoming,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 72(1), 332-342.
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