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Geologic map of the USGS Daytona Beach 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northeast Florida [3 plates]

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Title:
Geologic map of the USGS Daytona Beach 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northeast Florida [3 plates]
Creator:
Green, Richard C.
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee, Florida
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Florida Geological Survey
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English
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3 plates; Accompanying text in OFR 101

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Subjects / Keywords:
Volusia County, Florida
Flagler, Florida
Lake County, Floirda
Marion County, Florida
Putnam County, Florida
City of Daytona Beach ( local )
City of Ocala ( local )
Sediments ( jstor )
Maps ( jstor )
Karsts ( jstor )
Bathymetry ( jstor )
Dunes ( jstor )

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Abstract:
Plate 1: Geologic map of the USGS Daytona Beach 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, Northeast Florida; Plate 2 : Geologic cross-sections for the USGS Daytona Beach 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northeast Florida; Plate 3 : Geomorphology, springs, and karst features of the USGS Daytona Beach 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northeast Florida
General Note:
See Also accompanying text in Open-File Report 101: "Text to accompany geologic map of the USGS Daytona Beach 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, northeast Florida" (OFMS 105) by Richard C. Green, William L. Evans, III and Seth W. Bassett
General Note:
Series: FGS Open-File Map Series; 105
General Note:
Summary: Scale 1:100,000
General Note:
Call Number: REF FGS OFMS 105
General Note:
Added Entries: Evans, William L., III Bassett, Seth W. Hannon, Levi M.
General Note:
Web Pages and Sites: http://www.dep.state.fl.us/geology/statemap/index.html; http://ngmdb.usgs.gov/Prodesc/proddesc%5F98758.htm; http://publicfiles.dep.state.fl.us/FGS/FGS%5FPublications/OFMS/OFMS105Daytona/

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Open-File Map Series 105, Plate 1
*See Open-File Report 101 for accompanying text


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


OPEN-FILE MAP SERIES 105, Plate 1
GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE USGS DAYTONA BEACH
30 X 60 MINUTE QUADRANGLE, NORTHEAST FLORIDA
2013
BY
RICHARD C. GREEN (P.G. #1776), WILLIAM L. EVANS, III, P.G.,
SETH W. BASSETT, AND LEVI M. HANNON


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OPEN-FILE MAP SERIES 105, Plate 2

GEOLOGIC CROSS-SECTIONS FOR THE USGS DAYTONA

BEACH 30 X 60 MINUTE QUADRANGLE, NORTHEAST FLORIDA

2013
BY
RICHARD C. GREEN (P.G. #1776), WILLIAM L. EVANS, III, PG.,
SETH W. BASSETT, AND LEVI HANNON


Figure 1. Location of cross-sections on geologic map.


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PEN-FILE MAP SERIES 105, Plate 3

)GY, SPRINGS, AND KARST FEATURES OF THE USGS
30 X 60 MINUTE QUADRANGLE, NORTHEAST FLORIDA
2013
BY
,D C. GREEN (P.G. #1776), WILLIAM L. EVANS, III, P.G.,
SETH W. BASSETT, AND LEVI HANNON


Figure 1. Geomorphic terranes (modified from Scott et al., in preparation),
springs, and karst features shown with digital elevation model (DEM).
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