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Stratigraphy and structure of the Horton Group, Lochaber-Mulgrave area, northern mainland Nova Scotia
The Lochaber-Mulgrave area of northern mainland Nova Scotia is underlain by rocks of the Late Devonian -Early Carboniferous Horton Group, in faulted contact with older Devonian and Silurian rocks to the south and west, and younger Carboniferous rocks to the north and east. The Horton Group is divided into (from oldest to youngest) the Clam Harbour River, Tracadie Road, Caledonia Mills, and Steep Creek formations, with a total thickness of at least 4000 m. These units were deposited in a varietydoi:10.4138/658 fatcat:gwnjvmwefnhovoy6bac5aaltui