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Burchfiel and Davis 1972, 1975; Dickinson 1977; Speed 1979; Snyder and Brueckner 1983). More recent data have confirmed the viability of these alternative explanations (and specific variations of them), but have yet failed to provide definitive criteria for final analysis of the problem (cf. Harwood and Murchey 1990; Miller and Harwood 1990; Murchey 1990; Whiteford 1990; and Jones 1991 with the discussion in Snyder and Brueckner 1983). The Lower-middle Permian lithotectonic units illustrate the problem (Snyder and Brueckner 1983).

11 Phosphoria Basin The Phosphoria basin developed during late Leonardian time and persisted through the W ordian (Wardlaw and Collinson 1986). It is widespread and apparently represents overlap of many of the Early Permian tectonic basins. The Phosphoria basin strata are unconformably bounded by a major middle Leonardian unconformity at the base and a widely recognized unconformity between the Wordian and Capitanian at the top. The strata of the Phosphoria basin represents the complex interfingering of basin (outer shelf) mudstones and phosphorite with carbonate ramp, strand sands and logoonal dolo stones, and terrestrial red beds.

R. Wardlaw et al. 36 Wyoming, red beds and dolostones of the Goose Egg Formation (Lower Permian to Lower Triassic) grade into the carbonates and clastics of the Franson Member (lower Wordian, lower Guadalupian) of the Park City Formation. In Utah and Nevada, supratidal and intertidal deposits of the Plympton Formation (LeonardianWordian) cover much of the shelf. As discussed by Wardlaw (Vol. 1), a coolwater conodont fauna is associated with the mudstones and phosphorites and a warm-water conodont fauna with the carbonates of the Park City Formation or Park City Group.

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