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Geologic map of Wakulla County, Florida ( FGS: Open file map series 30 )
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Title: Geologic map of Wakulla County, Florida ( FGS: Open file map series 30 )
Physical Description: Map
Language: English
Creator: Ruperrt, F.
Publisher: Florida Geological Survey
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Copyright Date: 1993
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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FGS030493
OPEN FILE SERIES No. 30


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES


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30()' 4 EXPLANATION
QUATERNARY
Qh Holocene sediments consisting of quartz sand with minor
amounts of organic matter and clay associated with lagoonal
deposits. Mostly beach and dune sands along present
coastline.

Qal Alluvium deposited in the river flood plains. Quartz sands,

units. Very fine to coarse grained.
Qu Undifferentiated quartz sands. May consist in part of
reworked Citronelle. Fine to coarse grained with varying
percentages of silt and clay.
TERTIARY
Th Hawthorn Group. Sandy clays, silt, occasional carbonates.
May locally contain phosphate.
Tic Intracoastal F.
sand and clay.
phosphatic
TJb Jackson Bluff Formation. Variably sandy clay often with
abundant fossils, greenish gray to light olive green.

Ts Suwannee Limestone. Marine limestone, fossiliferous, varies
from poorly recrystallized to well recrystallized,
packstone to grainstone. Minor siliciclastic component.
Tsmk St. Marks Formation. Marine limestone, white to tan, often
sandy, fossiliferous with abundant mollusk molds, moldic,
varies from wackestone to packstone, more muddy than Ts.


FRANKLIN yay
COUNTy


THIS IS AN INTERIM GEOLOGIC MAP
EDITING AND EDGE MATCHING HAVE
NOT BEEN COMPLETED. UPDATING
AND CORRECTING ARE CONTINUING.


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GEOLOGIC MAP OF


WAKULLA COUNTY

FLORIDA
BY
FRANK RUPERT, RG. #149
1993


WALTER SCHMIDT
STATE GEOLOGIST AND CHIEF


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