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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
fine to medium grained.
Qu Undifferentiated surficial sands, clayey sands, clays,
marls and peats >20 feet thick. No formations
or Ocala Limestone. Often karstified with some of the karst
features containing Hawthorn Group sediments.
Th Hawthorn Group. Sandy clays, silt, occasional carbonates.
May locally contain phosphate and is variably weathered.
Th Tampa Member of the Arcada Fm., Hawthorn Group.
generally a sandy (quartz) limestone with very low to
no phosphate content. Variably Fossiliferous.
Ts Suwannee Limestone Fossiliferous limestone varies
from poorly recrystallized to well recrystallized,
packstone to grainstone. Minor siliciclastic component.
To Ocala Limestone. White to gray, fossiliferous, moldic
limestone. Variable from a wackestone to grainstone.
THIS IS AN INTERIM GEOLOGIC MAP.
EDITING AND EDGE MATCHING HAVE
NOT BEEN COMPLETED. UPDATING
AND CORRECTING ARE CONTINUING.
GEOLOGIC MAP OF
JONATHAN D. ARTHUR P.G.# 1149
STATE GEOLOGISTAND CHIEF
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