Cedar Mountain Formation

by: Gunnar Wills & Jason Dotts

What/When

The Cedar Mountain Formation is a sedimentary rock formation that contains non-marine sediment made up of five members. The Cedar Mountain Formation was formed about 127-98 million years ago during the Early Cretaceous.

Where/How

The Cedar Mountain Formation is located in eastern Utah, located between the Morrison Formation and Naturita Formation . The formation was named after Cedar Mountain located in northern Emery County, Utah. It was first found by William Lee Stokes who studied the the formations in Cedar Mountain.

The Cedar Mountain Formation

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