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The Berea Sanstone consists of marine and non-marine facies in west-central West Virginia. The Cabin Creek and Gay-Fink trends represent alluvial channel fill depositis. They are parallel to the westward dipping regional slope and are oriented 65-70 degrees to the depositional strike (north-south) of the sheetsand facies.
Larese, Richard Edwin, "Petrology and Stratigraphy of the Berea Sandstone in the Cabin Creek and Gay-Fink Trends, West Virginia." (1974). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 9250.