ⓘ Bellingham Conglomerate. The Bellingham Conglomerate is one of several Pennsylvanian stratigraphic units in eastern Massachusetts. It is mainly conglomerate and ..

                                     

ⓘ Bellingham Conglomerate

The Bellingham Conglomerate is one of several Pennsylvanian stratigraphic units in eastern Massachusetts. It is mainly conglomerate and greywacke, exclusive to the Bellingham Basin. The conglomerate has granite and quartzite pebbles in a mica matrix, sourced from the neighboring Blackstone Group and Milford Granite. The two main rock types are interbedded with chlorite phyllite which contains minerals such as muscovite, quartz, zoisite, magnetite and chloritoid.

Education can be the same age as the Roxbury conglomerate in the Boston basin.

                                     
  • Pennsylvanian Late Carboniferous Bellingham Conglomerate Narragansett Bay Group Basins, Zones, Troughs Blocks Bellingham Basin Boston Basin Burlington
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  • conglomerate diamictite, mafic volcanic rocks, and quartz sandstone, and mudstone. The components of the Togari Group are called Forest Conglomerate
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