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Title: Surficial and bedrock geology of the eastern portion of the U.S.G.S. 1:100,000 scale Homestead quadrangle ( FGS: Open File Map Series 83 1-7 )
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Language: English
Creator: Green, Richard, Campbell, Ken, and Scott, Tom
Publisher: Florida Geological Survey
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, FL
Publication Date: 1995
Copyright Date: 1995
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nature of the limestone probe
entire map area, although this
surficial sediments.
The effects of dissolutic
evident in the subsurface. Cc
study exhibit extensive dissolu
carbonate sediments, resulting
limestones. These limestones
aquifer of the surficial aquifer
For the purposes of thi
upper 50 meters of the strati
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Pliocene Tamiami Formation; r
wells terminated in this unit.
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I I I I I I I I I /' comm., 1995); however, the
I I J I I I I l_ jj I mI VI V /1the Miami Limestone is appro:
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I^"b^'/ I I .) Ir^T^.^< I I^^ T^ /sediments have been affected
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I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I LI I I I \ I I I I I I
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WALTER SCHMID

STATE GEOLOGIST AND


tern Florida exhibits
ximum elevations in
uadrangle rarely exceed
- area having elevations
e highest elevations
Ridge (Hoffmeister, et
SThe land surface slopes
Coastal Ridge toward
cean, and Florida Bay.
pe of the land
caring flat for miles.
go Limestones are often
of marl, muck and
s map, these
Sto reveal the bedrock
ial Sediments Map).
the eastern portion of
insists of two late
formations the
Largo Limestone. The
mainland portion of the
erminus of the Florida
nestone forms the
ie study area.
a Bay and the mud banks
e (Shinn, pers.
southeastern boundary of
ximate.
the Miami and Key Largo
2.5 meters of the
area. The carbonate
by dissolution,
scape in those areas
at the surface or
karst holes in the
Smatter and marl;
r filled. Relief on
lore than one meter.
often exposed in areas
with thin soils, as shown
p. The micro-karstic
ibly extends under the
s is masked by the
on are also very
ores drilled for this
tion of fossils and
Sin highly porous
form the Biscayne
r system.
s investigation, the
graphic section were
encountered was the
nany of the deeper
The Pleistocene
disconformably
ormation. The
rgo Limestones both
rmation with an


apparent
Key Lar
with the
Holocen
and Ke)
stratigrc
A-A' th
Th
area, co
grained,
The san
ranging
fossilifer
unindurr
Tl
Tamiami
Thompsi
(quartz)
carbon
the Miar
as the
conventi
1986).
Caloosa
not recc
the pre-
fauna, I
and ma
Th
packstor
skeletal
but gen
Induratic
limestor
et al., (
the Miar
bryozoa
Miami L
an ooid
limestor
not pro\
subdivid
Therefor
entity.
Tl
limestor
to large
the conr
whole a
Limestor
length c
quadran


EXPLANATION


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(THIS MAP)


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QUADRANGLE


J.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
INTERIOR, UNDER ASSISTANCE
-A- 1226.


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KEY LARGO LIMESTONE



DISTURBED (BY HUMAN

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(THIS MAP)
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~the bedrock of the eastern
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"mud and soils. Data utili:
[ i" r map included information
-. ~survey (Soil Conservation
I preparation; Leighty and H
County soil survey (Soil Cc
:4 in preparation), auger sar-
\ CARD SOUND cuttings and cores.
T---- The area mapped a.,
Limestone covers much of
Sof the map. Here, up to
-. '--- centimeters of soil lie dire
_. 'Limestone. The surface o
F"quite irregular due to micd
.] limestone is exposed in lir
Yb of the irregularities, pieces
( ) commonly seen in plowed
t, The map area showi
Yb Limestone is similar to thE
~A thin soil has developed
P I Limestone. In general, thE
v centimeters deep, with lim,
84)' areas. This map area for
j the keys.
AR'SS1/DSurrounding the are(
BARES SUNDcovered by a thin veneer
i variable thickness, ranging
Y"' centimeters to more than
ao" limestone. The marl, which
I i ,. ,origin, grades laterally into
~sediments with variable dcl
:'::/B rco az r /, Marl underlain by pe
areas mapped as marl an
Au. ~e ros KEY .: :imuck. This area was deli
:':':'' .fOmap (Leighty and Henders,
this map unit at depths e
z/m~z~ YMuck lies on the Mi,
coast and inland along mc
DEER J /mangroves commonly grow
~contains varying percentage
carbonate mud and marl,
components. The contact
/ carbonate mud is speculate
S, LACKVA TER limited data.
SOUNDCarbonate mud forrr
BOGGY KEYD Bay and occurs along boti
KEYPASS ERKEY etKE '' side of Key Largo. Probe
KEY carbonatee muds may exce
The surface of the expose
~vegetated by abundant ma
LAKE ESTmay also be present in th

Selected Biblio
WKEY
KEKEY E
KEY W. r~eW LRGOaquifer system Dade Coun'
,sw Geological Survey Water RE
I Report 86-4126, 240 p.
,Duncan, J., 1993a, Geolog
"Florida: Florida Geological




M, ATEKEY


AND TOM


1995


WALTER SCI
STATE GEOLOGIST


Largo Limestones, which form
n portion of the Homestead
covered by 15 centimeters
of marl, muck, carbonate
zed in developing this
from the Dade County soil
Service, 1995a, in
enderson, 1958), Monroe
conservation Service, 1995b,
nples, push probes, well
s thin soil over Miami
the northern one-quarter
approximately 30
'ctly on the Miami
f the Miami Limestone is
ro-karst development;
united areas. As a result
Sof limestone are
fields.
ing thin soil over Key Largo
e area discussed above.
directly on the Key Largo
e soil is 15 to 30
estone exposed in limited
rms the higher portions of
as where Miami Limestone is
of soil, a marl of
from less than 50
one meter, lies on the
:h is of fresh water
Smucks (organic-rich
ay and carbonate contents),
ids and marls.
eat occurs between the
d those areas mapped as
neated from the 1958 soils
on, 1958). Limestone underlies
exceeding 60 centimeters.
ami Limestone along the
any of the drainage areas;
N in this area. The muck
es of organic matter,
and other non-organic
between the muck and the
:ive and is based on
is the islands within Florida
h the bay side and ocean
Sdata indicates that the
ed 2.5 meters in thickness.
d carbonate muds are often
ingroves. A muck component
these areas.


)graphy


logy of the surficial
ty, Florida: U.S.
sources Investigation

ic Map of Dade County,
Survey Open-File


Dunca
Florida
Map S
Enos,
sedimE
of Am
Evans,
topogr
sand c
Limest
Societ)
Fish, ,
the su
U.S. G
Report
Gleaso
stratig
south
dissert
Univer,
Hoffme
1967,
Baharr
Americ
Johnsc
Limest
Tallahc
Leight)
survey
Florida
Consei
Parker
1955,
Geology
Scholl,
limestc
guide
Kenda
66-71
Soil C
Dade
Agrigu
Soil C
Monroi
Agricu
Turme
develop
mounc
carbon
Publish
Wanles
distrib
thesis,
260 p


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MARL


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MIAMI
LIMESTONE


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FORMATION


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R,Sh
S,R


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MIAMI
LIMESTONE


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B,y,R


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R,y,v,S

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Sh,R,y
Sh,y,S
M
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FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


EXPLANATION


M,H
M,H


HATCHING PATTERNS


TAMIAMI
FORMATION


MUDSTONE WACKESTONE PACKSTONE


H
SAND




SHELLS


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COMMENTS


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SAND
CLAY
SPAR
MICRITE
IRON STAIN
HEAVY MINERALS
LIMESTONE
MICA
PHOSPHATE SAND
SHELLS
BRYOZOANS
OOIDS
LARGE VUGS
SMALL VUGS
LARGE MOLDS
SMALL MOLDS
CORAL
NO SAMPLE
# F.G.S. WELL NUMBER
# U.S.G.S. WELL NUMBER


HORIZONTAL SCALE
MILES


0 0.5 1 2 3 4 5
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KILOMETERS


VERTICAL EXAGGERATION IS APPROXIMATELY
463 TIMES HORIZONTAL SCALE


M,C,T,H


RICHARD


GREEN


P.C. #


KEN CAMPBELL P.G.

AND TOM SCOTT P.G.


T.D. = -260'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


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R,B,Oo,V

R,S,B,Oo,V
R,B,y
NO SPL
R,Oo,B,V,v


MIAMI

LIMESTONE


R,MB,Sh
M,S,B,Sh
M,Sh,y


FORT THOMPSON


FORMATION


--15






--20


'2
*
4-s
.5.
4-s
-s


--25


--30


TAMIAMI

FORMATION


--35






--40






--45


--50


77


AND FILL


FILL


MIAMI


R,V,Y,Oo


LIMESTONE


o.%0o%0oo%%o~o%%~c(


-4


R,v,Sh,Y,Oo


R,Fe,Oo

R,Fe,Oo

S,R


R,Y,Sh



Y,Sh
Sh
R,Sh,Y
R,Sh,Y
R,Sh,Y
R,Sh,Y


R,Sh,Y

M,R,Sh,H
* .Y,*3.S


UNDIFFERENTIATED

SURFICIAL SEDIMENTS


FILL
MUCK/MARL


R,Oo,B,Sh
R,Oo,B,Sh
R,Oo,B,Sh,v
R,Oo,v,y
R.V
R,Oo,Sh,Y,v
R.Oo.V.Y.Oo.B


SH.Y.y

M,R,S,V,Fe

R,S,V,Sh,Y
RSh.Y.V
M,R
S,R,Y
R.y

M,R,L,Sh,y


FORT THOMPSON

FORMATION


R,Sh,Y,H
M,R,H,V
Sh,R,H,Y ...........

M,Sh
EXPLANATION


I .

















.'. T.- -'



-4.--------

--.-----.---



. .. ... ...




........r...


M,H,T,p


HATCHING PATTERNS


MUDSTONE WACKESTONE PACKSTONE


M,T,H


S



M,H,T,p


D
SAND



SHELLS
SHELLS


SILT




SHELLED


MUCK/MARL




FILL


M,H,T,p

M,H,T,p


S,M,H


S,H


T.D.= -180'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


COMMENTS


T SILT
S SAND
C CLAY
R SPAR
M MICRITE
Fe IRON STAIN
H HEAVY MINERALS
L LIMESTONE
J MICA
p PHOSPHATE SAND
Sh SHELLS
B BRYOZOANS
Oo OOIDS
V LARGE VUGS
v SMALL VUGS
Y LARGE MOLDS
y SMALL MOLDS
Co CORAL
NO SPL NO SAMPLE


F.G.S. WELL NUMBER
U.S.G.S. WELL NUMBER


HORIZONTAL SCALE
MILES


0 0.5


KILOMETERS


00
0 00
0 0 000
00 00 00 00
0
000 00
000 0000
D 0 0 0
000 0 0
00
00 0
-.0--


AND FILL


FILL


I


R,V,Y,Oo


MIAMI


LIMESTONE


R,V,Y,Sh,S


R,Sh,Y,V

S,R,v
R,Sh,Y,v


R,Sh,Y


M,R,Sh,Y,L

R,H,Sh,Y


M,R,Sh


R,Sh,Y


L,M,Sh,R,H


- -


M,R,Sh,T,H

H


M,H

M,Sh,H

T,M,Sh,H


........... ...








.


Em


T.D.= -310'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


VERTICAL EXAGGERATION IS APPROXIMATELY
423 TIMES HORIZONTAL SCALE


TAMIAMI


FORMATION


T,M,H


T,M,H,Sh


T,M,H,Sh


S,M


RICHARD GREEN


M,T,H,Sh,y,p


KEN CAMPBE


AND TOM


SUPPORTED BY THE U.S. GEOL
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
AWARD NO. 1434-94-A-1226


NORTH

B


5


20




10




0


FEET

20


FORT 1


FOR


L


SC(


.................... VVI


L vwAnv A --AUw n


,--E


. 1 1 1 1 r4


W-17240


Sh,H

M,T,H


1'.' -T





11 V

. . .

. . .
. . .

ME


f


'0.? 09
0 000000 0 0060 000 10
--r-.Oo...Oollollo.oo00,9000--oo-707.00000000000000.00-01'010..0000.0-0000.070000000-000--ol
















NORTH-SOUTH GEOLOGIC CROSS


SECTION


C-C,


THROUGH THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE 1:100,000 SCALE HOMESTEAD QUADRANGLE, FLORID


NORTH


5






0

METERS


T57S I T58S


CANAL NORTH CANAL
C-103 CANAL L-31E


W-17166


FL CITY
CANAL


CANAL
L-31E


T58S T59S


F.P.&L. NUCLEAR FACILITY COOLING CANALS


CARD SOUND


W-17167 G-3321 W-11571


10-



0-



-10 -



-20 -



-30 -



-40 -



-50 -



-60 -



-70 -



-80o-



-90 -



-100 -



-110 -



-120 -



-130 -



-140



-150


- 5


0







- -5


FILL
NO SPL
MUCK/MARL
R,Oo,B,v,y
R,B,Oo,S,Sh

R,Oo,B,y,Sh
S,R,Oo,B,y,Sh
R,M,Sh,y


UNDIFFERENTIATED
SURFICIAL SEDIMENTS
AND FILL


FILL
MUCK/MARL

B,Oo,R,y,v
R,V,B


R,V,B


-


MIAMI
LIMESTONE


R,y,v


R,M,V,v,L


- -10


FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


- -15


EXPLANATION


HATCHING PATTERNS


--20






--25






--30


--35






--40


MUDSTONE WACKESTONE PACKSTONE


SAND



SHELLS


SILT



SHELLED


MUCK/MARL



FILL


GEOLOGISTS LOGS USED FOR
THESE WELLS (NO SAMPLES
AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION)


COMMENTS


T
S
C
R
M
Fe
H
L
J
P
Sh
B
Oo
V
V
Y
y
Co
NO SPL


SILT
SAND
CLAY
SPAR
MICRITE
IRON STAIN
HEAVY MINERALS
LIMESTONE
MICA
PHOSPHATE SAND
SHELLS
BRYOZOANS
OOIDS
LARGE VUGS
SMALL VUGS
LARGE MOLDS
SMALL MOLDS
CORAL
NO SAMPLE


F.G.S. WELL NUMBER
U.S.G.S. WELL NUMBER


HORIZONTAL SCALE
MILES
0 0.5 1 2 3 4 5


--45


KILOMETERS


VERTICAL EXAGGERATION IS APPROXIMATELY
453 TIMES HORIZONTAL SCALE


RICHARD


--50


GREEN


P.C. #


KEN CAMPBELL


FILL
PEAT & SOIL


MIAMI


LIMESTONE


FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


TAMIAMI
FORMATION


1776


P.G.


AND TOM SCOTT P.G.


T.D. = -200'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


- -r


FILL

PEAT & SOIL


UNDIFFERENTIATED
SURFICIAL SEDIMENTS
AND FILL


MIAMI


LIMESTONE


-> KEY
> LARGO
< LIMESTONE


>

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N


FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


TAMIAMI
FORMATION


T.D. = -2000'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


SUPPORTED BY THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNDER ASSISTANCE
AWARD NO. 1434-94-A-1226.


20



10



0

FEET

20


E


II


J
















WEST-EAST GEOLOGIC


CROSS


SECTION D-D'


THROUGH THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE 1:100,000 SCALE HOMESTEAD QUADRANGLE, FLOF


WEST


R38E R39E


R39E R40E


U


PALM
DRIVE


TALLAHASSEE
ROAD


FLORIDA CITY CANAl



,-L,


W-16448 W-16890
0-3320


10


0




-10




-20-




-30-




-40




-50


-70-




-80-




-90-




-100 -




-110 -




-120 -




-130 -




-140 -




-150 -


- 5


0






- -5






- -10


UNDIFFERENTIATED
SURFICIAL SEDIMENTS
AND FILL


- -15


EXPLANATION


HATCHING PATTERNS


MUDSTONE WACKESTONE PACKSTONE


--25


--30


SAND




SHELLS


SILT




SHELLED


MUCK/MARL




FILL


COMMENTS


T SILT
S SAND
C CLAY
R SPAR
M MICRITE
Fe IRON STAIN
H HEAVY MINERALS
L LIMESTONE
J MICA
p PHOSPHATE SAND
Sh SHELLS
B BRYOZOANS
Oo OOIDS
V LARGE VUGS
v SMALL VUGS
Y LARGE MOLDS
y SMALL MOLDS
Co CORAL
NO SPL NO SAMPLE


F.G.S. WELL NUMBER
U.S.G.S. WELL NUMBER


--35


--40


HORIZONTAL SCALE
MILES


0 0.5


KILOMETERS


--45


VERTICAL EXAGGERATION IS APPROXIMATELY
424 TIMES HORIZONTAL SCALE


RICHARD CGREEN


P.G. # 1776


FILL
MARL


B,Fe
R,B,Y,V


R,B,Y,V
NO SPL
R,S
NO SPL
SY
SY
SY
R,Y
R,Y


MIAMI

^^ LIMESTONE


UNDIFFERENTIATED
SURFICIAL SEDIMENTS
AND FILL


FILL


R,V,Y,Oo


MIAMI
LIMESTONE


R,v,Sh,Y,Oo


.4'.


-. ..- 4.


.......-..-
S .
.. .. .
4.. .- -









--4-. -- -







.'-. -. .


KEN CAMPBELL P.G.


--50


AND TOM


SCOTT P.G.


T.D. = -180'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


R,Fe,Oo

R,Fe,Oo

S,R



R,Y,Sh


Y.Sh
Sh
R,Sh,Y
R,Sh,Y
R,Sh,Y
R,Sh,Y

R,Sh,Y

MR,Sh,H
R,Y,Sh
R,Sh,Y,H
M,R,H,V
ShR,HY


FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


M,Sh


Sh,H

M,T,H


M,H,T,p


TAMIAMI
FORMATION


M,T,H


S



M,H,T,p



M,H,T,p

M,H,T,p

S,M,H,D

S,H


SUPPORTED BY THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNDER ASSISTANCE
AWARD NO. 1434-94-A-1226.


7;. .-.--..


FILL
MUCK/MARL


V


S,R,M,Y,V
S,M,Y,v
S,M,R,Y,V

M,R,B,Y

M,R,Y,B


M,R,Y,v


M,R,Y


M,R,Y


FORT
FOF


MRY


MRY


-.-.-.-. -. .'.'.1


M,L


M,p,T


M,p,T


T.D. = -1225'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


5


20


10




0

FEET

20


CANAL
C-111


0

METERS


W-17241


FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


mw -. mw -. mw -. mw -. mw -. mw i
r---r---r--r


j


-I.' A. I..-.
L' -.1 f.' -T


Jr ,I., -.I


T. .'.P I











I




1.1 T


t
4- p 4,


low A.-


00000
000007
.000
U:0 003.0o o
09.0, 'P.00,p00--l
0 0-00000,
..r.90.-..,.O.-.-Ooooooo-70-000-wo.00.0-1000000-00900vo--. 050,-0.0-0















WEST-EAST


GEOLOGIC


CROSS


SECTION E-E'


THROUGH THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE 1:100,000


SCALE HOMESTEAD QUADRANGLE, FLORID


R38E R39E


R39E R40E


CANAL
C-109


W-16891


W-16449
G-3324


- 5


- -5


30 -- -10


SILT



SHELLED


FILL


B,R,V
B,R,V,Oo
B,VyR,VSh
B,V,y,R,Sh


B,V,y,R


y,Y,RSh

Y,R,B,V
S,Y,Sh,R
R
Y,B,R,V
YV,
NO SPL
R,V,Y,Sh


- -15


EXPLANATION


- -20


--25


--30


HATCHING PATTERNS


MUDSTONE



SAND



SHELLS


MUCK/MARL


FiLL


COMMENTS


--35


--40


T
S
C
R
M
Fe
H
L
J
P
Sh
B
Oo
V
V
y
Y
y
Co
NO SPL


SILT
SAND
CLAY
SPAR
MICRITE
IRON STAIN
HEAVY MINERALS
LIMESTONE
MICA
PHOSPHATE SAND
SHELLS
BRYOZOANS
OOIDS
LARGE VUGS
SMALL VUGS
LARGE MOLDS
SMALL MOLDS
CORAL
NO SAMPLE


F.G.S. WELL NUMBER
U.S.G.S. WELL NUMBER


--45


GEOLOGISTS LOGS USED FOR
THESE WELLS (NO SAMPLES
AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION)


UNDIFFERENTIATED
SURFICIAL SEDIMENTS
AND FILL


FILL


R,Oo,B,V


R,Oo,B,y,Sh


MIAMI
LIMESTONE


S,R,Sh,y


Sh,y


FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


Sh,y


L,R


Sh,R,y


R,Sh,y,v


T,M,H,Sh


TMH


Sh,T,M,H


TAMIAMI
FORMATION


M,T,H


S,M,Sh
M,T,H


M,Sh


M,Sh


T,M,y,Sh,H


FILL


R,V,Y,Oo


MIAMI
LIMESTONE


R,V,Y,ShS


R,Sh,YV


S,R,v


R,ShYv


R,Sh,Y


M,R,Sh,Y,L

R,H,Sh,Y


M,R,Sh

R,Sh,Y


L,M,Sh,R,H


M,R,Sh,T,H


M,H


M,Sh,H

T,M,Sh,H


T,M,H


N--


T,M,H,Sh


RICHARD


T,M,H,Sh


GREEN P.G. #


1776


KEN CAMPBELL P.G.


AND TOM


FILL


MIAMI
LIMESTONE
I


FORT THOM
FORMAT(


TAMIAN
FORMAT


T.D. = -505'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


SCOTT P.G.


S,M


HORIZONTAL SCALE
MILES


M,T,H,Sh,y,p


--50


T.D. = -220'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


T.D. = -310'
BELOW LAND SURFACE


0 1 2 3 4 5


KILOMETERS


SUPPORTED BY THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNDER ASSISTANCE
AWARD NO. 1434-94-A-1226.


VERTICAL EXAGGERATION IS APPROXIMATELY
310 TIMES HORIZONTAL SCALE


WEST


20


10


FEET


20


5


CANAL
C-111


METERS


CANAL
C-110


W-17239


W-16450
G-3323


10


-10


-20


UNDIFFERENTIATED
SURFICIAL SEDIMENTS
AND FILL


WACKESTONE PACKSTONE


-40


-50


-60


-70


-80


-90


-100 -


-110


-120


-130 -


-140


FORT THOMPSON
FORMATION


-150


- 1














OPEN


FILE


MAP


SERIES


NO.


85/01


-07


SURFICIAL AND


BEDRO


U.S.G.S.


CK


GEOLOGY


100.000


SCA


OF


LE


THE


HOMES


EASTERN


TEAD


PORTION


OF


QUADRANGLE


BY


RICHARD


GREEN,


P.G.


776,


KEN

AND


CAMPBELL,


TOM


SCOTT


P.G


P.G.


995


WALTER


SCHMIDT


LIST OF


SHEET 83-01 GEOLOGIC MAF


SHEET 83-02

SHEET 83-03

SHEET 83-04

SHEET 83-05

SHEET 83-06

SHEET 83-07


SURFICIAL SEC

WEST-EAST GI

WEST-EAST GI

WEST-EAST GI

NORTH-SOUTH

NORTH-SOUTH


STATE


GEOLOGIST


AND


CHIEF


1


-N--


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
OPEN-FILE MAP SERIES
(O.F.M.S.) PRODUCED
UNDER THE
STATEMAP PROGRAM
F O.F.M.S. 83/01-07
g O.F.M.S. 83/08-12


AO'


COOPERATIVELY FUNDED BY THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
AND THE STATEMAP COMPONENT OF THE NATIONAL GEOLOGIC
MAPPING ACT, ADMINISTERED BY THE U.S.G.S., DEPARTMENT
OF THE INTERIOR, UNDER ASSISTANCE AWARD NUMBER
14434-94-A-I1226


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