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At 05:42 AM 9/12/97 -0400, MBell16766@aol.com wrote:
>Postdinosaur (but only by a couple of thousands of years) streams in
>the Paleocene probably cut through dinosaur-rich deposits of the Hell
>Creek Formation, ...
No probably about it. The stream channels in the Hell Creek/Tullock
routinely cut across marker layers - including the K-T boundary layer.
The cross-cutting relationships in the area are complex and notoriously
difficult to disentangle.
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