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This report presents the results of a stratigraphic study of the Worm Creek quartzite, the basal member of the St. Charles formation of Upper Cambrian age. The member is present in the Bear River Range, the Malad Range, and the Promontory Range of Northern Utah and southeastern Idaho. The Worm Creek quartzite was differential as the basal unit of the St. Charles formation by Richardson (1913) and named for its occurrence in Worm Creek Canyon in the Bear River Range, Bear Lake County, Idaho.
Haynie, Anthon V. Jr., "The Worm Creek Quartzite Member of the St. Charles Formation, Utah-Idaho" (1957). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 6622.
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