Rees Facies

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The full formal description is available here: Rees Facies

Abbreviation Re
Parent unit Although occurring geometrically between the Mol Formation and the Merkpslas Formation, its stratigraphic hierarchy with respect to both is at present uncertain and therefore the Rees Facies is not formally attributed to either of both. Note that earlier on the geological map 8/2 Turnhout-Meerle (Buffel et al., 2002) the Rees Facies was included as a member in the Formation of Mol.
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Authors Vandenberghe, N. & Deckers, J.
Date 01/09/2023
Cite as Vandenberghe, N. & Deckers, J., 2023. The Rees Facies, 01/09/2023. National Commission for Stratigraphy Belgium. http://ncs.naturalsciences.be/lithostratigraphy/Rees-Facies
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