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The Findlay Arch is the north-northeast branch of the Cincinnati Arch and is present from Springfield to Toledo and then northward. Rocks on the east flank dip gently into the Appalachian Basin whereas those on the western flank dip into the Michigan basin. It is named for Findlay, Ohio.
 
The Findlay Arch is the north-northeast branch of the Cincinnati Arch and is present from Springfield to Toledo and then northward. Rocks on the east flank dip gently into the Appalachian Basin whereas those on the western flank dip into the Michigan basin. It is named for Findlay, Ohio.
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Findlay Arc

The Findlay Arch is the north-northeast branch of the Cincinnati Arch and is present from Springfield to Toledo and then northward. Rocks on the east flank dip gently into the Appalachian Basin whereas those on the western flank dip into the Michigan basin. It is named for Findlay, Ohio.