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Geologic map of Clay County, Florida ( FGS: Open file map series 5 )
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Title: Geologic map of Clay County, Florida ( FGS: Open file map series 5 )
Physical Description: Map
Language: English
Creator: Scott, T.
Publisher: Florida Geological Survey
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Copyright Date: 1992
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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FGS060692 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
OPEN FILE MAP SERIES No. 5 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
GEOLOGIC MAP OF CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
by
T. Scott, PG.# 99
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Community Affair The geology of the county wa mapped utilizng
DU VA L C O U N TY I I I I
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geology despite an often sparse data base As a general rule, if
30 3010 the undifferentiated sediments wereless than 20feetthick, the
S300 underlying recognizable formation wa mapped


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II_ vin the subsurface Occsionally, faint, poorly preserved mollusk

HIGHLAND I overlies the Hawthorn Group and is overlain unconformably by the
6 31 Msands ofTrail Ridge in westernClay Countyand thin surficial
6 6 sand and soilelsewhere The Cypresshead wa deposited in a
I hallow nearhore marine setting




Undifferentiated Quaternary sediments (Ou) occur in the
Eastern portion of Clay County The undifferentiated sediments are


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30&0' 301J 6,

SPENF "marls (poorly considated, variably sandy, clayey, shelly
--_ .4- orbonate sedlments) Peatand otherorganicrich Tsedlmentsare
-- -- oftenpresent Th unrit ,o on belJ tenfet of letion
( i PREFERENCES

Georgia Geologic Survey Bulletin 104 162p
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I 3, I GEOLOGIC MAP OF
29i PUTNArM COUNTY
I CLAY COUNTY
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/ KEYSTONE T. Scott, RG.# 99
HEIGHTS | Preliminaryfield mapping by
FR. Rupert and R.A. Johnson
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311 THIS IS AN INTERIM GEOLOGIC MAP. 199
EDITING AND EDGE MATCHING HAVE
NOT BEEN COMPLETED. UPDATING +1-OGic
AND CORRECTING ARE CONTINUING. -





WALTER SCHMIDT
R R23E R24E R25E R26E 4 R27E 4 STATE GEOLOGIST AND CHIEF

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