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Title: Geologic map of the eastern portion of the USGS Ocala 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, north-central Florida 3 plates ( FGS: Open File Map Series 100 )
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Language: English
Creator: Green, Richard, Scott, Tom, Campbell, Ken, Arthur, Jon, and Means, G.H.
Publisher: Florida Geological Survey
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, FL
Publication Date: 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Open-File Map Series 100. Plate 1
*See Open-File Report 93 for accompanying text


Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Florida Geological Sunrvey


This geologic map was funded in part by the USGS National Cooperative Geologic Alapping Program


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OPEN-FILE MIAP SERIES 100. Plate 1

GEOLOGIC MIAP OF THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE ULSGS

OCALA 30 X 60 MINUTE QULIADRANGLE. NORTH-CENTRAL FLORIDA
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BY
RICHARDC GREEN PG I1_ CHRISTOPHERP \WILLIAMIS.
DAVIDT PAU'L. PG. C LINTON KRO(NIH(-)LT. PG. ANDTHO-NI-AS NI SCOTT. PG


Jonathan D Ariiiihur
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*See Open-File Report 93 for accompanying text


Florida Department of Environmental Protection
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OPEN-FILE NIAP SERIES 100. Plate 3
GEONIORPHfOLOGY. SPRINGS. AND KARST FEATURES OF THI EASTERN PORTION
ih So-" OF THE USGS OCALA 310 X 60 NIINUTE QUADRANGLE. NORTH-CENTRAL FLORIDA

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CLINTON IKR(])ONIH()UiT. P G. AND TH(O)NlAS NI SCOTT. P G



Figure I (ieomorpliic Pieo\ iices i nodlfled fromli Scott and Pati,. Iniprepaiatioil Springs. and Karst features
Sho\\l, n\\ith 15 NlMeter Diuital Ele\ ation N lodel ( DENI)
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ill FT, 15.21 1 N feet 13'1 5 meters) abo\ e NISL f'r the "\ater le' elN In the lakeN h' o'er
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MORRIS REDDICU T I-i4 N pland Ntaids tit in Ntail ctntia~t t' the Ntiilt'ndlng Ial~t piainN
-.... lm T 54"in \hch ftll118 tile btoundalx bet"s een N Ianl'n and (i~trlN C(OtUltileN
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i> e" l 2T N1 I~l feet,(iS 2 mletels) abt"e N ISL The Ntouthern bitoadter panrt of the ridge
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El:.ation RaniL NI-SLi The Crl Ntal Rih er I.aist Piain tk'ctll bet,"een the ultf (tast and the
a..i aa~~ CIt~aDn~, I ttith o'fthle \\lithiactk'chee Ri' er I Fig_,toe 3 hIt iN an area o'f it"' ieiief
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-fl g *-'' i.. -, ,;lvI/f : FT "~2N tto 5', 'feet US1 2 ineteiN I abt,,: e Nea ie' ei \Vithin thle mnapped area. eie'
m "-4,. /abo,~ e N ISL Slpii,-N are eln ctl'mint 'n The area IN tofienl \eli (ha
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t'""T Fairfield KarsN Hills

,.,' -*.:. .+ C,3- .ELc\ allan Rai_,.c NrIS Li The Faiifieid IKaist Hillik 'ccuri in Nt 'utherinto lNI _Aiachua Ct'Otint', and
; :' -''-,-, ", :.-'.-+'-.~ c "+ 1,iFT ,,4Kl Re,_it'ion and tt 'the "\est tof t~he (Ocala IKaIst Hill iN Fi,._'toe_ I EIe' atIt nN
2 'leFT (I)- N"p meters) abone NISL The area haN ,.,eater reief than the Ocaia Ka1I-
rI ing aI,,lt leature- SNgNlrL are generalIT nt ile0ent The Faillieid
2 FT NI L ilmtt'nlle and Ntlbgetltelt erthNti'n t 'ilFthe Ha"\ t1o11 r'ti*0 Nedi IVltN10
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1. Ocala Karst Hills
.r_2.- .. T .i. s EI\ allO R1anL,. PNISL, The (cal a ITale F HiiiN tcctlr flinl nrtih-centraa N Ialhn (tltnt, Ntutih\\
-f.. i45..--N,"pit'' since xlithin thenmappledarealrange flo'nl2'' feet, (' I ineterN) ttlo1'
ThiS .: -DUNNEI--* As fl I ) i FT Falllmeid IKalsl HiiiN; Se' erai Nlpr'llN are present Inl the Ocala IKalsl Hill
-'""DNNELLN I H NI1" 'I' te pit"O ince ai 'oll thle bo tlntarn "xith thle Cent ia] L akeN Ditc l 1lllTh
,". : qr K -_.- Hill NpIt''O Ince. and the Ha"\tiort 'i otlI (lt'i edlinentNs are t~hinl tt abselt
SDunnellonT illison Karsi Pain

WitIh loi NI L'The \ViiiilNtton Kar~lt Pilain. itocated tto the east tof the Brtool s 'llie FaRii ~rtHiI ndte()a ~itHii ti mdranb h
FT-4-- NI Fiaternafi NeldIeat I H ine the Branfi t iK IrstrHlPlain and

K \Vit~l hIn the mnapped area. ele' at itll on f the \Viii istt 'n IKarsl, Plain ran,_'e
NI17N IS L ()titiI ier hillsN cto11piNell o gathered Ha"\ thor'in lrtl tpedilnen
l T 3 PI ab,-,\e N IS L Nhltch tof the plain iN \\eli drained and a ntiinber tOf Nplin
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mined area eas t'of the Ocala Karsi Hills and souttlheast of the
\ ilhin the proin ce and ele\ aliIns la rn'e floilm alpro\ilaiel
ISL The Foirl NIcC'o\ Plain is underllain b\ sedinlentls of tlhe
iTffer enllIated QtaIler nal\ sediinents



uIl b\ the Southiern OOkefenokee Basin andI the \\ eastern Iflank
st Hills and the \Vill iSOln Karisl Plain (FigLure 3) The lIakes in
e mnodified 1b subsequient suTrlicial erosion. which h hlas caused
nIorthellrn i'iliO1n of lhe Iet'lon ianl.'e l'oIll appi))o\inmlatel\ I'II
2' "I'eelt i m ineis) abo\ e N ISL on lthe hills In llthe nollhein
13I feet (3'" minetei ) abo\ e oISL

ke-Nianlon Co'ilu\ line no'll'\\aid to lthe Nla0 on C onlt\ G ine
I.I inem es \\ itlh the St IJohns O( )ffset \i alle The head"\\ateis
andl mtoie kaislic poillion of the Cenlial Lakes Dirictl As it
ned. bo'uinded b \ the Ocala Kaist Hills and the Fort NIcC o\
3) Thlie pio\ince is inderilain b\ Ha\\lthol'm Giop and
( 12 2 neteis) to 7' feet (21 3 mneteis) abo\ e NISL



e of the ld,_es \\ Iuchli ise abo\ e the general le' el 0of the Ceniral
Thle Brooks\ ille Ridk.e is dl idedI b \ the \Witlilacoochee Ri\er.
le\alions inI llthe northernn, nalioter, i.'rition ian'e lito'in
is) abo\e oNISL Ele\atfons in some sNkholes aie less than 5''
ian.ges in ele\ aoitlln fI0111 appr)i)o\imaiel\ 5'' feel (15 2 ineteiNs) to
o'\inmallel\ 1 l'feelt (3 imeleis) albo\e NISL occtu

uaist-San Pedio Ba\ piro\ since. NSOtll of the Branlfod Kalst Plain
) It OcctisN flo'i not'iheml Glchrit Co'tnU'\ tt souNithern Le\
e mapped area bet\\een the no0lihern portion 0'OfI thlle Biool\Ile
area ran,.'e floinl 3'ii feel, (' I Inletels) lo t i feel, (3 5 mnete0 s)
lelain b\ the Lipper Ecx'ene Ocala Linmestone and the Middle
. o\ eilhe thlle imetolne inl \al Ill.' thilcklnes-ses

southern Broo ks\ ille Ride il1 C itil'S and Hernandi o Cotultlies.
\\ ith allati e kalsl feaires and ele\ actions ranlin, flml'i sea le' el
atitIOnS ranlt'e itino 3ii feett (' I ie 111elis) tio 5ii feel, (11 5I 2 e111eIs)
allied Sanld dunes aie comn111111t alton_ Ie 1'tlail \\lth ile
s mNosIt of thle kaist plain. often toppedI b\ a thin la\eri of
.ld Quaerna.\ sedInltNs co\ter nlich ol'l' thle karsl plain

I 'norlh\\esItern Nlalon ', oi'ioU. soli 'ithi of the Ha\\ llthor'ne Lakes
in tNls area ranie llt 2i'i feel, i(, 1 neters I tIo o\ 0er 2'"' feel it l
lills and is \\ell drained S\\,llamp \ condlltions e\isi onl\ in lIto\\-
aK,-usi Hills developed in response to Ikatislication o'f thle Ocala
Hi ls composed of lHa\m lithorn Groul) sehiments are ctmmont in
inments of' \an i n'. thickness blanket the area

ard to noll'heastern SimiLer Counit\ l Fit.tue 3) Ele\lations in thile
leet 57 inetersN abo\ e ISL. \\ ith overall lesser eief thlan llthe
is. inciidiiln Sil\ er SpnilNS. \\ which occurs near tile eastein edg_.e
* kaisi in ihiNs piro\ since is m0ore nmatue than in the Fail rlield KTars
There are isolated hills ofi remnnant Ha\\thornl GiolIt siediinents
sedinents of \ au in. llthickneses blanket lthe area

Mdge. e\tends easlt\aid to tlhe Ha\\tlhorne Lakes Regi,_on. tle
Ocala L iinesttone and armable tllcknesses 0'f tindilfferentilated
Chlelland Karst Plain nolit\\est, 'f the sNtild area iFimte 3)
fl o'n I 'feel 13 I inetelN ) to o\ el er I feel t 3' S ineteN i) abo\ e
is are present and ma\ hocalls e\ceed 14' Ireel H42 7 ineterIs)
_N. incl tndin' Rainbo\\ SplilngN. .cco iU \tllhn hliN area




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