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Table of Contents - Field Guide 31

Insights into the Michigan Basin: Salt Deposits, Impact Structure, Youngest Basin Bedrock, Glacial Geomorphology, Dune Complexes, and Coastal Bluff Stability

Edited by Robb Gillespie

Foreword v
1. Impact geology: Central uplift, Kentland impact structure, Newton County Stone (Kentland) Quarry, Indiana, USA
John C. Weber
2. Detroit Salt Mine field trip, Michigan, USA
William B. Harrison III
3. Contrasting terrains of the Lake Michigan and Saginaw lobes of the Laurentide Ice Sheet in southern Michigan
Alan E. Kehew, Andrew L. Kozlowski, Brian C. Bird, and John M. Esch
4. Pennsylvanian fluvial-deltaic depositional systems in central lower Michigan: Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and hydrogeology of the Saginaw Aquifer
Niah B.H. Venable, David A. Barnes, David B. Westjohn, and Peter J. Voice
5. Dune complexes along the southeastern shore of Lake Michigan: Geomorphic history and contemporary processes
Brian P. Yurk, Suzanne DeVries-Zimmerman, Edward Hansen, Brian E. Bodenbender, Zoran Kilibarda, Timothy G. Fisher, and Deanna van Dijk
6. Geology, erosion history, and mitigation strategies applied to Great Lakes coastal bluffs: An examination of the Allegan County, Michigan, dewatering demonstration site
Ronald B. Chase and James P. Selegean
7. A core workshop: Late Mississippian (Chesterian) through early Pennsylvanian (Atokan) strata, Michigan Basin, USA
Shannon Towne, Dave Barnes, David B. Westjohn, and William B. Harrison III