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Geologic map of Indian River County, Florida ( FGS: Open file map series 55 )
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Title: Geologic map of Indian River County, Florida ( FGS: Open file map series 55 )
Physical Description: Map
Language: English
Creator: Scott, T.
Publisher: Florida Geological Survey
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Copyright Date: 1993
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00094376:00001

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FGS070693
OPEN FILE MAP SERIES NO. 55


R 34 E


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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES


R40E


EXPLANATION
QUATERNARY

Qa- Anastasia Fm..Variably thified coquina of shells and
sands and unlthified fossiliferous sand.





Qh/Qph 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. No formations recognized.

Qr Holocene fluvial and lacustrine sands, clays, marls and
peats. No formations recognized. Used in peninsular area
only

Qsu Shell beds, undifferentiated. Includes sediments previously
placed in units primarily differentiated by the included
fauna ( e.g. the Caloosahatchee, Ft. Thompson, and Nashua
Formations, Plnecrest Beds).

Qu Undifferentiated surficial sands, clayey sands, clays,
marls and peats >20 feet thick. No formations
recognized.


GEOLOGIC MAP OF


INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

FLORIDA
BY
TOM SCOTT RG. #99
1993


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


WALTER SCHMIDT
STATE GEOLOGIST AND CHIEF


I R39E


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0 05 1 2 3S MILES
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 KILOME


SCALE


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27 4b


27 91'


R34E


I- R35E


R36E


R37E


-I- R38E


R40E






FGS070893
OPEN FILE MAP SERIES NO. 57


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RISE


R19E


R21E 4'


R20E


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES


R22E -


MANATEE COUNTY


MANATEE COUNTY


Qh


Thpr


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I


Qsu


EXPLANATION
QUATERNARY
Qh/Qph 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. No formations recognized.
Qsu Shell beds, undifferentiated. Includes sediments previously
placed in units primarily differentiated by the included
fauna (e.g. the Caloosahatchee, Ft.Thompson, and Nashua
Formations, Pinecrest Beds).
Qu Undifferentiated surficial sands, clayey sands, clays,
marls and peats >20 feet thick. No formations
recognized.
TERTIARY
Tha Arcadia Formation (undifferentiated) of the Hawthorn Group.
Consists predominantly of carbonates which are variably
quartz and phosphate sandy and clayey. Sand and clay beds
are often present. Dolostone is generally the dominant
carbonate component except in theTampa Member.
Thpr Peace River Formation of the Hawthorn Group. Consists of
interbedded quartz sands, clays and carbonates, all ofwhich
are variably phosphatic.


MANATEE COUNTY


Thpr


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


Thpr


Qsu


Qsu


CHARLOTTE COUNTY


GEOLOGIC MAP OF

SARASOTA COUNTY
FLORIDA
BY
KEN CAMPBELL, P.G.# 192 ANDJONATHAN D. ARTHUR
1993


WALTER SCHMIDT
STATE GEOLOGIST AND CHIEF


CHARLOTTE COUNTY


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