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Shallow stratigraphic core tests on file at the Florida Geological Survey ( FGS: Information circular 103 )

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Shallow stratigraphic core tests on file at the Florida Geological Survey ( FGS: Information circular 103 )
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STATE OF zFLORIDA
DEPARTMENT.OF NATURAL RESOURCES Elton J. Gisendadiner, --Executive Director
DIVISION OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Art Wilde, Director
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Walter Schmidt, Chief
INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103
SHALLOW STRATIGRAPHIC CORE TSTS ON FILE
AT THE
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Compiled by
Richard A. Johnson
VNERSITY OFFLORIDA LIBRARIES
Published for the
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
TALLAHASSEE 1986
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DEPARTMENT
OF
NATURAL RESOURCES
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BOB GRAHAM Governor
GEORGE FIRESTONE JIM SMITH
Secretary of State Attorney General
BILL GUNTER GERALD A. LEWIS
Treasurer Comptroller
RALPH D. TURLINGTON DOYLE CONNER Commissioner of Education Commissioner of Agriculture
ELTON J. GISSENDANNER
Executive Director
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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
Bureau of Geology August 1986
Governor Bob Graham, Chairman Florida Department of Natural Resources Tallahassee, Florida 32301 .
Dear Governor Graham:
The Bureau of Geology, Division of Resource Management, Depart-ment of Natural Resources, is publishing as its Information Circular No. 103, Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests On File at the Florida Geological Survey. This is a compilation of descriptions of all geological cores on file at the Florida Geological Survey's repository. As such, it represents a major data base for the geology of Florida. This will be a valuable source of geological data for scientists, government agencies, educators, and the public.
Respectfully yours,
Walter Schmidt, Chief Bureau of Geology




Printed for the
Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee
1986
ISSN No. 0085-0616
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CONTENTS
Page Page
Florida Geological Survey core Calhoun County (cont.) ... and well cuttings W-15508 ........... 31
depository ............. 1 W -15511 ........... 32
Organization of report ...... 2 W 15513 ........... 33
Well Logs ................ 5 Charlotte County ........ 34
Alachua County ......... 5 W 10748 ........... 34
W -11486 ........... 5 W 10749 ........... 35
W 12487 ........... 6 W 10750 ........... 36
W 12613 ........... 7 W- 10751 ........... 37
W -12614 ........... 8 W 10752 ............ 38
W 14641 ........... 9 W 10753 ........... 39
Baker County ........... 10 W 10754 ........... 40
W 10473 ........... 10 W 10755 ........... 41
W 12361 ........... 11 W 10756 ........... 42
W 13805 ........... 12 W 10757 ........... 43
W 13812 ........... 13 W 10758 ........... 44
Bay County ............14 W 10759 ........... 45
W 13965 ........... 14 W 10760 ...........46
W 14101 ........... 15 W 10761 ........... 47
W 14108 ........... 16 W -11489 ........... 48
Bradford County ........ 17 W 11490 ........... 49
W 12360 ........... 17 W- 11491 ............50
W 13814 ........... 18 W -11669 ........... 51
W 14255 ........... 19 W -11907 ........... 52
W 14280 ........... 20 W 15289 ........... 53
W 14283 ........... 21 W 15332 ........... 54
Brevard County ......... 23 W 15333 ........... 55
W 13076 ........... 23 Citrus County .......... 56
W 13490 ........... 24 W 12362 ........... 56
W 13881 ........... 25 W 13863 ........... 57
W 13964 ........... 26 W 14671 ........... 58
Calhoun County ......... 27 W 14885 ........... 59
W 11270 ........... 27 Clay County ........... 60
W- 14125 ........... 28 W 10481 ........... 60
W 15502 ........... 29 W 10488 ........... 61
W- 15506 ........... 30 W- 10489 ............62
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Clay County (cont.) ...... Escambia County ........ 98
W- 13769 ........... 63 W- 13559 ........... 98
W 14179 ........... 64 W 13572 ........... 99
W 14193 ........... 65 W 13592 ........... 100
W 14219 ........... 66 Flagler County .......... 101
W 14301 ........... 67 W 15282 ........... 101
W 14476 ........... 68 Franklin County ......... 102
W 14521 ........... 70 W -7574 ............ 102
Collier County .......... 72 W 14781 ........... 103
W 14003 ........... 72 W 14799 ........... 104
W- 14302 ........... 73 W- 14844 ........... 105
W 15274 ........... 74 W 14876 ........... 106
W 15275 ........... 75 W 14890 ........... 107
W 15557 ........... 76 Gadsden County ........ 108
Columbia County ........ 77 W 1478 ............ 108
W -7171 ............ 77 W 1479 ............ 109
W 13809 ........... 78 W 1780 ............ 110
W 15162 ........... 79 W -7376 ............ 111
DeSoto County ......... 80 W 7458 ............ 112
W 12050 ........... 80 W 7472 ............ 113
W 12236 ........... 81 W 7528 ............ 114
W 12237 ............ 82 W 7537 ............ 115
W 12242 ........... 83 W 7539 ............ 116
W 12243 ........... 84 W 15468 ........... 117
W 12244 ........... 85 W 15795 ........... 118
W 12245 ........... 86 Gilchrist County ......... 119
W 12311 ........... 87 W 12529 ........... 119
W 12312 ........... 88 Gulf County ............ 120
W 12908 ........... 89 W 12051 ........... 120
W 12909 ........... 90 W 14077 ........... 121
W 12948 ........... 91 W 14704 ........... 122
W 15303 ........... 92 W 14719 ........... 123
Dixie County ........... 94 W 14746 ........... 124
W- 1565 ............ 94 Hamilton County ........ 125
W -1571 ............ 95 W -6836 ............ 125
W- 1572 ............ 96 W 7934 ............127
Duval County .......... 97 W 10656 ........... 128
W 14619 ........... 97 W -15121 ........... 129
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Hardee County ......... 130 Jackson County (cont.) ...
W 8880 ............ 130 W 15512 ........... 164
W -11946 ........... 131 W 15514 ........... 165
W 12113 ........... 132 Jefferson County ........ 166
W 12233 ........... 133 W 6526 ............ 166
W 12234 ........... 134 W 6527 ............ 167
W 12235 ........... 135 W 6559 ............ 168
W 12238 ........... 136 W 6560 ............ 169
W 12906 ........... 137 W 6561 ............ 170
W 12907 ........... 138 W 6906 ............ 171
W 12942 ........... 139 W -6911 ............ 172
W 12985 ........... 140 W 6925 ............ 173
W 13073 ........... 141 W 6927 ............ 174
W 13078 ........... 142 W 6930 ............ 175
W-13107...........143 W-6931 ............ 176
W-13237...........144 W-6933 ............ 177
W 13238 ........... 145 Lafayette County ........ 178
W-13333...........146 1566 ............ 178
W 1575 ............ 179
W 15346 ........... 147 W-1576............180
Hernando County ........ 149 W-1576............181
W 14873 ........... 149 W-1578............182
W 1 579 ............ 182
Hillsborough County ...... 150 1580............183
W-11531...........150 1581 ............ 184
W 11541 ........... 15 W505 3 . .. 8
W -11 541 ........... 151
W 1583 ............ 185
W 13331 ........... 152 W 1584 ............ 186
W 15161 ........... 153 W 1585 ............ 187
W 15494 ........... 154 W 1586 ............ 188
Indian River County ...... 155 W 1587 ............ 189
W 13958 ........... 155 W 1696 ............ 190
Jackson County ......... 157 Lake County ........... 191
W 1777 ............ 157 W 12698 ........... 191
W 1779 ............ 158 W- 12699 ........... 192
W 15503 ........... 159 W 12700 ........... 193
W 15504 ........... 160 W 12701 ........... 195
W 15505 ........... 161 W 12702 ......... .197
W 15509 ........... 162 W 12735 .......... 198
W 15510 ........... 163 W- 12745 ........... 199
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Lee County ............ 200 Levy County (cont.) ......
W- 14071 ........... 200 W- 12581 ........... 235
W- 14072 ........... 201 W- 12582 ........... 236
W- 15286 ........... 202 W- 12583 ........... 237
W- 15287 ........... 203 W 12615 ........... 238
W 15487 ........... 204 Liberty County .......... 239
W 15556 ........... 205 W -6611 ............ 239
Leon County ........... 206 W- 6901 ............ 240
W 6599 ............ 206 W 7457 ............ 241
W 6890 ............ 207 W 7535 ............ 242
W 6900 ............ 208 W 7616 ............ 243
W 6902 ............ 209 W 12818 ........... 244
W 6937 ............ 210 W 12819 ........... 245
W 6998 ............ 211 W 12820 ........... 246
W 6999 ............ 212 W 12821 ........... 247
W 7180 ............ 213 W 14906 ........... 248
W -7181 ............ 214 W 14925 ........... 249
W- 7523 ............ 215 W- 14969 ........... 250
W 7524 ............ 216 W 14993 ........... 251
W 7575 ............ 217 W 14996 ........... 252
W 7526 ............ 218 W 15497 ........... 253
W 7527 ............ 219 W 15498 ........... 254
W 7536 ............ 220 W 15499 ........... 255
Levy County ........... 221 W- 15500 ........... 256
W 1564 ............ 221 W 15501 ........... 257
W 7111 ............ 222 W 15507 ........... 258
W 7112 ............ 223 Madison County ........ 259
W- 7113 ............ 224 W- 10480 ........... 259
W 7114 ............ 225 W 10654 ........... 260
W -7115 ............ 226 W 10655 ........... 261
W -7116 ............ 227 W 15515 ........... 262
W 7117 ............ 228 W 15537 ........... 263
W-7118 ............ 229 Manatee County ........ 264
W 7619 ............ 230 W-11570 ........... 264
W 7620 ............ 231 W 15166 ........... 265
W 7621 ............ 232 W 15286 ........... 266
W 7622 ............ 233 W 15516 ........... 267
W- 7623 ............ 234 W- 15517 ........... 268
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Manatee County (cont.) ... Pasco County .......... 299
W -15518 ........... 269 W -10321 ........... 299
W -15519 ........... 270 W-10468 ........... 300
W -15520 ........... 271 W -10469 ........... 301
W -15521 ........... 272 W -10470 ............ 302
Marion County .......... 273 W -10471 .......... .303
W -6903 ............ 273 W-10472 ........... 304
W-12415 ...........274 W-14674 ........... 305
W -14315 ........... 275 W -14675 ........... 306
W 14327 ........... 276 Pinellas County ......... 307
W -14752 ........... 277 W -10403 ........... 307
W-15127 ........... 278 W -10404 ........... 308
Martin County .......... 279 W -10405 ........... 309
W -15246 ...........279 W -10406 ........... 310
W -15288 ........... 280 W -10407 ........... 311
Monroe County ......... 281 W 10408 ........... 312
W 15493 ........... 281 W 10409 ........... 313
Nassau County ......... 282 W 10410 ........... 314
W -10482 ............ 282 W -10411 ........... 315
W 13815 ........... 283 W 14518 ........... 316
Okaloosa County ........ 284 W 14879 ........... 317
W -10833 ........... 284 W -14881 ........... 318
Orange County ......... 285 W -14897 ........... 319
W -10830 ........... 285 W -15204 ........... 320
W 15334 ........... 286 Polk County ............ 321
Osceola County ......... 287 W-8879 ............321
W -7658 ............ 287 W -10253 ........... 322
W -13482 ........... 288 W -10254 ........... 323
W -13489 ........... 289 W -12964 ........... 324
W -13496 ........... 290 W -12965 ........... 325
W -13501 ........... 291 W -12966 ........... 326
W -13516 ........... 292 W -12967 ........... 327
W -13533 ........... 293 W-13048 ........... 328
W -13534 ........... 294 W -13050 ........... 329
W -13551 ........... 295 W -13052 ........... 330
W -13676 ........... 296 W -13053 ............ 331
W -13942 ........... 297 W -13054 ........... 332
W -13957 ........... 298 W-13055 ........... 333
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Polk County (cont.) ...... Sarasota County (cont.) ...
W 13056 ........... 334 W 14872 ........... 370
W 13059 ........... 335 W 14882 ........... 371
W 13060 ........... 336 W 15168 ........... 372
W- 13061 ........... 337 Suwannee County ....... 373
W 13065 ........... 338 W 1588 ............ 373
W 13068 ........... 339 W 10657 ........... 374
W- 13245 ........... 340 Taylor County .......... 375
W 13269 ........... 341 W 1567 ............ 375
W 13334 ........... 342 W 6359 ............ 376
W- 13491 ........... 344 W 10425 ........... 377
W 15261 ........... 345 W 10429 ........... 378
W 15347 ........... 346 W 10454 ......... 379
Putnam County ......... 347 W 10455 ......... 380
W 8400 ............ 347W-10456..... ..381
W-12112...........348 W 10457 ..........382
W 14318 ........... 3498 W-10458...........383
- 14346 ...........W350 Volusia County ......... 384
W 14353 ........... 351
W-14354...........352 1202 ........... 384
W 14376 ........... 353 W-1202...........385
W -14477 ...........354.........38
W- 14556 ........... 355 W-12024...........387
W 12025 ........... 388
W 143594 ........... 356
St. Johns County........357 W 12026 ........... 389
W 13744 ........... 357 W-12027...........390
W-13751...........358 W 12028 ........... 391
W 13765 ........... 359 W-12029...........392
W-13844...........360 W 12030 ........... 393
W- 14413 ........... 361 W- 12031 ........... 394
Santa Rosa County ...... 362 W- 12032 ........... 395
W- 13604 ........... 362 W- 12033 ........... 396
Sarasota County ........ 363 W- 12034 ........... 397
W- 11908 ........... 363 W- 15290 ........... 398
W 12983 ........... 364 Wakulla County ......... 399
W- 12984 ........... 365 W- 8477. ........... 399
W 13018 ........... 367 Walton County ......... 400
W- 14871 ........... 369 W 7971 ............ 400
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Walton County (cont.) .... Walton County (cont.) .... W 7972 ............ 401 W 8355 ............ 417
W 7973 ............ 402 W 8356 ............ 418
W 7974 ............ 403 W 8478 .......... .419
W 8004 ............ 404 W 8587 ............ 420
W 8012 ............ 405 W 8591 ............ 421
W 8013 ............ 406 W 8592 ............ 422
W 8014 ............ 407 W 8865 ............ 423
W 8019 ............ 408 W 8873 ............ 424
W 8102 ............ 409 W 8876 ............ 425
W 8103 ............ 410 W 8877 ............ 426
W -8104 ............ 411 W 10832 ........... 427
W -8105 ............ 412 W 10914 ........... 428
W 8351 ............ 413 W -11045 ........... 429
W 8352 ............ 414 Washington County ...... 430
W 8353 ............ 415 W 10954 ........... 430
W -8354 ............ 416 W -11487 ...........431
FIGURE
Page
1 Well and core numbering and location system used by the
Florida Geological Survey ..........................3
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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CORE AND WELL CUTTINGS DEPOSITORY
The ability of the Florida Geological Survey to carry out geologic investigations is highly dependent on the Survey's substantial data base. Because Florida is low in elevation with little surface relief, most geologic data has been compiled from subsurface information sources. Collected over decades, these data include over 4,500 geophysical wireline logs, nearly 16,000 sets of well cuttings, and approximately 500 cores, in addition to core chips representing hundreds-of-thousands of feet of sediments from exploratory oil and gas test wells. These samples, which have been collected from locations throughout the state, are essential to the study of Florida's geology.
The majority of these samples are well cuttings which, upon receipt at the Survey, are washed, dried, catalogued, and stored for future reference. Detailed lithologic descriptions of these well cuttings and cores are prepared by Survey geologists who then enter coded descriptions into a computer. These data are accessible to staff, government agencies, industry and the general public. The well cuttings and core collection is stored at the Geological Survey Depository and is available for study by visiting scientists.
The logs included in this circular are all from shallow cores (less than 2,000 feet in depth) on file at the Survey. Deep cores from oil and gas wells are not included in this compilation. Additional cores are acquired by the Depository on a regular basis; as a result, there may be other cores available that are not included here.
The study of the lithologic characteristics and the stratigraphic extent of the surface and subsurface formations in Florida is a critical part of our knowledge regarding: the occurrence and availability of ground water; the possible near-surface contamination of our aquifers; landfill and waste disposal placement; mineral resource mapping; geologic hazards mapping; and general community planning.
The stratigraphic logs included in this report are representative of the geology found within each county in Florida. This information can be used as a guide by governmental agencies, communities and private land owners planning to develop groundwater resources. The type of material to be drilled through, the probable waterbearing zones, the depth of casing and probable depth of the completed well can be estimated from this data base.
More detailed lithologic descriptions may be available at the Florida Geological Survey. Other information such as wireline geophysical logs and water level measurements may also be on file. Information regarding these data can be obtained by writing the Florida Geological Survey, 903 W. Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32304; or by calling 904/4889380.




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ORGANIZATION OF REPORT
The care logs are listed alphabetically by counties. Within each county they are in numerical order by their "W" number (which are assigned in sequential order as the cores are received by the Florida Geological Survey). A tabular listing in this format is in the table of contents. A map in the pocket shows the location of the cores. Additional copies of this map can be obtained by requesting Map Series No. 111 from the Florida Bureau of Geology.
The individual core logs display general core information along with the stratigraphic summary. The core information can be interpreted as follows:
Accession No ..... W#, this is the well number assigned by the Florida Geological Survey. Core Name ....... the name assigned to the core (this is generally the name of a nearby feature or the land owner).
Owner .......... the land owner where the core was drilled, if known. If not known, Florida Geological Survey is entered.
Date Drilled ...... the best information from files when the core was completed.
Driller ........... the agency or private contractor who drilled
the core.
County ......... the Florida county name in which the core is located.
Township/Range
Locations ...... the location of each core is based upon a rectangular numbering system of township, range and section. The number consists of five parts. These are: 1) a prefix letter designating W for well(core), 2) the township(North or South), 3) the range(East or West), 4) the section(1-36) and 5) the quarter/ quarter location with the section, if known.
The basic rectangle is the township, which is 6 miles square (36 square miles). Each township is numbered consecutively both north and south of the Florida Baseline. This basic rectangle is also consecutively numbered both east and west of the Principal Meridian. The Baseline and. Principal Meridian met in Tallahassee. Each township is divided equally into 36 one-mile square blocks called sections, and are numbered 1 through 36 as shown on figure 1.




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Figure 1. Well and core numbering and location system used by the Florida Geological Survey.
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Township/Range
Locations cont'd The sections are divided into quarters with the quarters labeled "a" through "d" as shown on figure 1. In turn each of these onequarter sections is divided into quarters with these quarter/quarter squares labeled "a" through "d" in the same manner. The "a" through "d" designation of quarters may be continued to any extent deemed useful. Latitude/Longitude estimated from the USGS 7.5 minute quads.
This is based on the best information in the files.
Surface Elevation.. referenced to mean sea level, in feet. Most of these are estimates from USGS quads. As a result a possible error of several feet may occur.
Core TD ......... the total depth of the core measured in feet from land surface.
Geophysical Log
Available ....... if wireline logs were run they are filed at the Survey in Tallahassee.
A Acoustic Velocity C Caliper
E Electric (normal, lateral, SP) G Natural Gamma
L Lateral
N Neutron (porosity) P Single point resistivity R Fluid resistivity or conductivity S SP
T Temperature
V Fluid velocity (flow meter) X Gamma Gamma (density) Stratigraphic
Description ..... this is a brief summary of the lithologic components that comprise the various formations encountered in the core, and includes who described the core and when. A more detailed foot-by-foot description, columnar section or other data may be available at the Florida Geological Survey.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 5
Accession No.: W-1 1486 Core Name: Hawthorne #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 8/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua T10S R22E S31 1/4 acb Lat/Long: 29034'54"/82008'07," Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 145' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0- 10 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, very-fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals.
10- 134 ft. Hawthorn Group
10- 44.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, very fine to medium, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Dolomite, yellowish gray to light orange, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite.
44.5 104.5 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sands and clays. Dolomite, yellowish, gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
104.5 134 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light gray to yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light gray to brownish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to light gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
134- 145 ft. Ocala Group
134- 145 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate to good induration.




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Accession No.: W-12487 Core Name: Green Acres #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua T9S R18E S27 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 29040'23"182030'04" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 85' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984
0-25 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, gray to brown, fine- to mediumgrained, clayey sand. Mottling, iron-staining and rootlets present.
25-85 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white, micritic, vugular, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include mollusks, abundant Lepidocyclina sp. and fossil molds.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 7
Accession No.: W-12613 Core Name: Green Acres #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua T9S R18E S27 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 29040'20"/82029'59" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 219' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984
0-23 ft. No Samples 23-25 ft. Alachua Formation/Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated
Moderately indurated, gray to grayish white, iron-stained, clayey limestone with phosphate nodules.
25- 171.5 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white, micritic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include mollusks, foraminifera, algae and numerous fossil molds.
171.5-219 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, gray to grayish tan, tightly crystalline dolomite. Mollusk molds present.




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Accession No.: W-12614 Core Name: Kanapaha Ranch #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua Tt1S R19E S17 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 29032'03"/82025'31" Surface Elevation: 65' Core TD: 128' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984
0- 10 ft. No Samples 10- 17.5 ft. Alachua Formation? Poorly indurated, white to grayish white, phosphatic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include mollusks.
17.5- 34 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, gray, phosphatic, sandy clay. Ironstaining and mottling present.
34- 128 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, cream to gray, micritic, fossiliferous limestone. Intervals of dolomitic limestone present in the lower part of the section. Fossils include foraminifera, mollusks and fossil molds.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 9
Accession No.: W-14641 Core Name: Devil's Millhopper #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 6/80
Resources County: Alachua
Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 2942'50"/8202343" T9S R19E S15 1/4 ad Core TD: 132' Surface Elevation: 178'
Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980
0- 10.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Clay, sandy, poor induration, yellowish gray.
10.5- 108.8 ft. Hawthorn Group
10. 5 64 ft.? Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and limestone. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy. Limestone, yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
64 ?- 98.5 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded sand and clay, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, moderate induration.
98.5- 108.8 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite and limestone. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very-fine- to mediumgrained, poor induration. Clay, yellowish gray to greenish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
108.8- 132 ft. Ocala Group
108.8- 132 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, poor induration.




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Accession No.: W-10473 Core Name: Trail Ridge #3 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Baker T2S R22E S15 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30o19'02"/82o05'05" Surface Elevation: 167' Core TD: 288' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0- 162 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand with clayey and organic-rich matrix, heavy minerals common, fine- to coarse-grained, nonindurated to poor induration. Scattered clay beds.
162 288 ft. Hawthorn Group
162 180 ft. Chariton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Sandy limestone and calcareous, clayey, quartz sand. Common mollusk molds.
180-288 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite.




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Accession No.: W-1 2361 Core Name: National-Lead #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Baker T4S R22E S12 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 30009'50"/8203'02" Surface Elevation: 191' Core TD: 127' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date:
0- 127 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand and Clay Quartz sand, very fine to coarse, nonclayey to clayey, organic-rich near surface, poorly indurated to nonindurated, white to gray with black zones. Clay, sandy to nonsandy, silty, poorly to moderately indurated, dark gray to black and olive-gray, wood fragments found in several zones.




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Accession No.: W-13805 Core Name: Osceola Nat. Forest #5 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey County: Baker T2S R19E S2 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 30021'15"/82023'22" Surface Elevation: 132' Core TD: 272' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980
0 35 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals.
35- 272 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and dolomite interbedded. Quartz sand, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light gray. Clay, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, light gray to olive-gray, fossil molds scattered throughout.
272 ft. Ocala Group
272 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-13812 Core Name: Osceola Nat. Forest #7 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey County: Baker T2S R19E S30 1/4 cac Lat/Long: 30017'02"/82027'15" Surface Elevation: 141' Core TD: 182.6' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980
0- 20 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals.
20- 182.6 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and dolomite interbedded. Quartz sand, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light gray. Clay, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, light gray to olive-gray, fossil molds scattered throughout.
182.6 ft. Ocala Group
182.6 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-13965 Core Name: Majette #1 Owner: International Paper Date Drilled: 10/78
Company County: Bay
Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 30013'15"u85025'00" T3S R12W S14 1/4 bc Core TD: 450' Surface Elevation: 70'
Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979
M. Clark
0-60 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, grayish orange to white to pale brown, clayey, quartz sand.
60- 155 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, shelly (mollusks), clayey sand.
155- 187 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray, clayey, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. Interval between 177 and 187 ft. is clay. Phosphate is common throughout.
187- 402 ft. B:uce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray to white, fossiliferous, phosphatic, dolomitic calcarenite.
402 450 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to white, moldic, dolomitic calcarenite.




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Accession No.: W-14101 Core Name: Otter Creek #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 10/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bay TIS R17W S34 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30621'29"/8555'38" Surface Elevation: 50' Core TD: 280' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979
M. Clark
0- 120 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, white, medium- to coarse-grained, clayey, quartz sand. Wood particles are sporadically present.
120- 180 ft. Intracoastal Formation Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, yellowish gray to light gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite.
180 280 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, slightly quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcarenite. Interval from 175 to 280 ft. contains an olive-gray clay bed.




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Accession No.: W-14108 Core Name: Warmouth Pond #1 Owner: Hunt Oil/Prosper Energy Date Drilled: 12/78
Company County: Bay
Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 30025'57"/85041'54" TIS R15W S1 1/4 dda Core TD: 502' Surface Elevation: 70'
Geophysical Logs Available: G,T
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978
0- 50 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray, medium-grained, quartz sand.
50-70 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, gray-orange to light gray, quartz sandy, shell beds.
70- 100 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly indurated, light gray, quartz sandy, fossiliferous (mollusks) calcilutite.
100- 130 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, light gray, slightly quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcarenite.
130-211 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, very light orange, chalky, fossiliferous limestone.
211 250 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, recrystallized, light gray to very light orange, fossiliferous dolomite.
250 339 ft. Marianna Limestone Well indurated, very light gray, fossiliferous (large forams abundant), chalky, dolomitic limestone.
339 502 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, very light orange to very light gray, fossiliferous, recrystallized and chalky calcarenite.




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Accession No.: W-12360 Core Name: N.L. #1 Owner: National Lead Industries Date Drilled: 8/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T4S R22E S25 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 30007'13"/82003'04" Surface Elevation: 200' Core TD: 493' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983
0- 180 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poor indurated, nonclayey to clayey, heavy minerals in lower portion.
180-492 ft. Hawthorn Group
180 226.5 ft. Charlton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Clayey sand and sandy clay with calcilutite matrix. Limestone and dolomite, sandy, clayey with mollusc molds. Limestone and dolomite are predominant.
226.5-303.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite.
303.5-433 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, greenish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
433 492 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay with dolomite. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration, varies to limestone.
492- 493 ft. Ocala Group
492 493 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate induration.




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Accession No.: W-13814 Core Name: Raiford #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1979 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T5S R21E S26 1/4 cba Lat/Long: 30002'18"/82010'33" Surface Elevation: 128' Core TD: 272' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0-35 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Clay present at base.
35- 271.5 ft. Hawthorn Group
35- 118 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, very fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
118 242 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
242- 271.5 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay with limestone. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Limestone, light gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
271.5- 272 ft. Ocala Group
271.5- 272 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-14255 Core Name: Mizelle #1 Owner: Mr. Mizelle Date Drilled: 1979 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T7S R19E S1 1/4 da Lat/Long: 29054'37"/82022'07" Surface Elevation: 133' Core TD: 140' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0 18 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to very clayey, trace heavy minerals.
18- 111 ft. Hawthorn Group
18-78.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and limestone. Quartz sand, brownish gray to yellowish gray, very fine to medium, poor induration, clayey, phosphatic. Clay, yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Limestone, white, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
78.5 100 ft. Marks Head Formation Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey to calcareous, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration.
100- 111 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sandstone and limestone; predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sandstone, yellowish gray, clayey, calcareous, phosphatic, very fine to medium, poor induration. Limestone, very light gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
111 120 ft. St. Marks Formation Limestone, sandy, fossiliferous, wackestone, good induration, moderate to high recrystallization.
120- 140 ft. Ocala Group
120- 140 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate to high recrystallization, moderate to good induration.




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Accession No.: W-14280 Core Name: Varnes #1 Owner: Mr. Varnes Date Drilled: 5/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T7S R21E S4 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 29055'00"/82012'12" Surface Elevation: 140' Core TD: 175.5' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0 28.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals.
28.5 175 ft. Hawthorn Group
28.5 55 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Quartz sand and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, very fine to medium, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic. Dolomite, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
55- 135 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderation induration.
135- 175 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite with sand. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Sand is as above.
175- 175.5 ft. Ocala Group
175 175.5 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-14283 Core Name: Wainwright.#1 Owner: Mr. Wainwright Date Drilled: 1979 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T6S R22E S24 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 29057'15"/82003'28" Surface Elevation: 181' Core TD: 282' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0- 72 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base.
72- 267 ft. Hawthorn Group
72- 88 ft. Chariton Member of Coosawhatchie Formation Clayey sand and sandy clay with calcilutite matrix. Limestone and dolomite, sandy, clayey with mollusk molds. Limestone and dolomite are predominant.
88- 137 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
137 187 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to medium, poor to. moderate induration. Clay, light olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
187- 267 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member; predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.




22 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 267 282 ft. Ocala Group 267- 282 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate induration.




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Accession No.: W-1 3076 Core Name: Ms. Caucus Owner: Mr. Handy, River Ranch Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T30S R35E S16 1/4 cbb Lat/Long: 27052'37"/8049"22" Surface Elevation: 26' Core TD: 242' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983
O- 115 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, sandy clay, and shell beds. Abundant shell material through much of section.
115 230 ft. Hawthorn Group
11 5- 227 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments; quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, occasionally fossils and/or fossil molds.
227 230 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, moderate induration. Interbedded clastics.
230- 242 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, ..packstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-13490 Core Name: Brevard #1 Owner: A. Duda & Sons Date Drilled: 1976 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T25S R35E S35 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 28o15'35"/8047"56,, Surface Elevation: 15' Core TD: 230' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982
0- 107 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Shell beds present. Limestone, sandy, fossiliferous.
107- 126 ft. Hawthorn Group
107- 126 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Calcilutite, wackestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to dolomite. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds.
126 212 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, poor to good induration, low to high recrystallization.
212 230 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone, white, fossiliferous, poor to good induration.




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Accession No.: W-13881 Core Name: Red Fern #1 Owner: Deseret Ranch Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T27S R35E S18 1/4 db Lat/Long: 28008'10"/80050'52" Surface Elevation: 21' Core TD: 322' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982
0-80 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Sandy, shell beds common. Clay, calcareous, sandy.
80- 185 ft. Hawthorn Group
80- 175 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds.
175- 185 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration, fossil molds.
185-248 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate induration, medium to high recrystallization.
248 322 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, white to very light orange, packstone, fossiliferous, moderate to good induration, moderate to high recrystallization, varies to dolomite.




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Accession No.: W-13964 Core Name: B. D. #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 7/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T30S R35E S9 1/4 dab Lat/Long: 2753'33"/80049'26" Surface Elevation: 21' Core TD: 181' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982
0-75 ft. Undifferentiated Sand, fine- to coarse-grained, clayey to calcareous, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, grayish brown to yellowish gray, fossils common. Clay, calcareous, sandy, light olive-gray, fossils common. Limestone, finegrained, poor to moderate induration, sandy, clayey, fossils common. Shell beds, sandy, clayey poorly indurated.
75- 166.5 ft. Hawthorn Group
75- 166.5 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. Often very phosphatic.
166.5- 181 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone, white to light gray, fossiliferous, moderate induration.




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Accession No.: W-1 1270 Core Name: Ten Mile Creek #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Calhoun TIN RiOW S13 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 3029'45"/85011'05" Surface Elevation: 125' Core TD: 342' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1980
M. Clark
0- 26.5 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, gray-brown to buff to orange-red, micaceous, clayey, quartz sand and gravel.
26.5 44 ft. Undifferentiated Sandy Clay Poorly consolidated, yellowish brown to olive-gray, quartz sandy clay, similar to matrix of Jackson Bluff but lacking fossils.
44-50 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, yellowish brown to very light gray, quartz sandy clay studded with mollusks and foraminifera.
50- 100 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, gray to olive, clayey, quartz sandy, calcareous, mollusk- and foraminifera-shell marl. Fauna abundant and prolific; towards base more lithified becoming limestone.
100 287 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, light gray, fine-grained, sucrosic, dolomitic limestone. Zones contain quartz and phosphatic sand in a dolosilt matrix. Clay beds are also present.
287 342 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light gray to yellowish brown dolomite and calcarenite.




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Accession No.: W-14125 Core Name: Bee Bay #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 12/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Calhoun T3S R10W S19 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 30112'20"185016'26" Surface Elevation: 67' Core TD: 492' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979
M. Clark
0-60 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light brown -to gray-orange, fine to coarse, quartz sand.
60- 110 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, olive to yellow-gray, quartz sandy, clayey, shell marl and limestone. Carbonate is dominant in the lower 20 ft.; clay is dominant in the upper 30 ft.
110- 140 ft. Chipola Formation Moderately indurated, yellow-gray, fossiliferous, quartz sandy, clayey limestone.
140- 184 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellow-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite.
184- 421.5 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellow-gray, moldic, fossiliferous, slightly quartz sandy calcarenite.
421.5- 464 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to light gray, slightly quartz sandy, very finely sucrosic, dolomitic calcilutite.
464- 492 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellow-gray, dolomitic calcarenite and calcilutite.




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Accession No.: W 15502 Core Name: Drill Hole #6 Owner: A. L. Land Date Drilled: 1/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Calhoun T2N R7W S6 1/4 cac Lat/Long: 30035"44"/84058'44" Surface Elevation: 118' Core TD: 306' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1983
R. Nelson
0 22.5 ft. Terrace Sand and Reworked Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to red-tan to gray-white, organic, silty, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand.
22.5-30.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, brown to buff-gray, silty, slight mottled, slightly calcareous, sandy clay.
30.5- 139 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, gray to white to buff, silty, dolomitic calcilutite, often chalky and containing clay stringers. Zones are vuggy and fossiliferous.
139 306 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown to light gray, sucrosic, moldic, fossiliferous dolomite. Zones are calcarenitic and highly recrystallized. Lower intervals are mostly dolomitic, fossiliferous limestone.




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Accession No.: W-15506 Core Name: Drill Hole #10 Owner: Jack Van Lierop Date Drilled: 2/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Calhoun TIS R9W S2 1/4 aac Lat/Long: 30o25'28"/85006'48" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 333' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983
o- 52 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to red-orange to tan, silty, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand; lower part of interval is sandy, plastic clay.
52- 65.5 ft. Arenaceous Clay Bed Poorly consolidated, dark green, silty, micaceous, quartz sandy clay. Heavy minerals and phosphate present (?).
65.5- 70 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, dark green, calcareous, abundantly fossiliferous, quartz sandy clay.
70-99 ft. Chipola/Intracoastal Formations Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, greenish gray, calcareous, micaceous, phosphatic, microfossiliferous, quartz sand.
99- 142 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, light and dark gray, chalky, sandy, phosphatic, abundantly microfossiliferous, calcilutite and fine-grained calcarenite.
142- 159 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated
Moderately indurated, speckled, phosphatic, clayey, quartz sandy, moldic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils abundant including mollusks and large forams.
159- 333 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, gray-white to tan to light gray, slightly clayey, dolomitic, fossiliferous, moldic calcilutite. Intervals include greenish clay zones, sucrosic dolomite and plastic blue-green clay.




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Accession No.: W-1 5508 Core Name: Drill Hole #12 Owner: Donald Leonard Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Hastings County: Calhoun T2N R8W S15 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 30034'31 "/85001'22" Surface Elevation: 130' Core TD: 553' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983
0- 34.5 ft. Citronelle Formation and Reworked Sand Poorly consolidated, light brown to red to yellow, silty, mottled, clayey, micaceous, fine to coarse, quartz sand. Some quartz pebbles, rare organic flecks.
34.5- 192 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Poorly to well indurated, light gray, chalky, sucrosic, dolomitic, slightly fossiliferous limestone. Zones are blue-green, clayey silt; 150- 153 ft. is dark green, waxy clay.
192-421 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, silty, sucrosic, recrystallized dolomite and dolomitic limestone. Fossils as molds and casts, highly solutioned.
421 553 ft. Marianna Limestone Moderately indurated, light gray to tan, chalky, calcilutitic, recrystallized, massive, fossiliferous limestone. Large forams in calcilutite matrix.




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Accession No.: W-15511 Core Name: Drill Hole #15 Owner: Quina Stone Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Hastings County: Calhoun T2N R9W S23 1/4 dda Lat/Long: 30o33'28"/85o06'26" Surface Elevation: 202' Core TD: 344' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983
0-26 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly consolidated, brown to red-orange to yellow-tan, silty, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand and sandy clay.
26- 125.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, green-gray to light gray to blue-green, arenaceous, silty clay; calcareous, fossiliferous, clayey silt; and sandy calcilutite. Lower zones contain green palygorskite-type clay. 95 to 112 ft. is calcareous, shelly sand, not unlike the Chipola Formation.
125.5 254.5 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, light and dark gray to white, fossiliferous, sucrosic, dolomitic calcilutite. Intervals contain blue-green waxy clay, brecciated zones and numerous microfossils.
254.5- 344 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, brown to gray-brown, vuggy, sucrosic, fossiliferous dolomite and dolomitic calcarenite.




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Accession No.: W-15513 Core Name: Drill Hole #17 Owner: Julian Parrish Date Drilled: 5/74 Driller: Hastings County: Calhoun T1N R8W S6 1/4 abd Lat/Long: 30030'40"/85004'06" Surface Elevation: 120' Core TD: 284.5' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1983
R. Nelson
0-55 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to yellow-tan to orange, silty, clayey, quartz sand and some gravel. Sandy, mottled clay present with mica.
55-75 ft. Arenaceous Clay Beds Poorly consolidated, gray-green, silty, sandy, slight calcareous, micaceous and phosphatic clay.
75 101 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly to moderately consolidated, gray-green, micaceous, calcareous, clayey, fossiliferous sand. Fauna is dominated by gastropods.
101 104 ft. Intracoastal Formation Moderately consolidated, phosphatic, sandy, foram-rich biocalcarenite.
104- 265 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, gray to tan with greenish gray layers, dolomitic, fossiliferous, vuggy, sucrosic calcilutite. Intervals contain waxy, massive, bluegreen clay; others are so abundantly fossiliferous they could be called a recrystallized coquina.
265-284.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown to gray, sucrosic, vuggy, fossiliferous dolomite.




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Accession No.: W-10748 Core Name: Clay Prospect #1 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S35 1/4 cba Lat/Long: 26052'05"/81041'21" Surface Elevation: 36' Core TD: 88' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-38 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, shell and clay, coarse-grained, variably clayey, marly, some shell beds, lithified, recrystallized, predominantly non- to poorly indurated.
38- 88 ft. Hawthorn Group
38-88 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clay, light gray, greenish gray, plastic to friable, variably calcareous, some shell, slightly to very phosphatic, mollusks, foraminifera and diatoms present; 85-88 ft. phosphatic to very phosphatic, dolomitic limestone.




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Accession No.: W-1 0749 Core Name: Clay Prospect #2 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S35 1/4 caa Lat/Long: 26052'05"1/81041'37"' Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 95' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0 40.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, shell beds, light brown, gray, tan, very-coarse- to finegrained, minor clay, some shelly material, recrystallized, sucrosic, some shell beds, moderately to well indurated, remainder nonindurated to moderately indurated.
40.5- 95 ft. Hawthorn Group
40.5-95 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clay, medium olive-green, dark gray, variably phosphatic, calcareous, plastic to friable, minor quartz sand in some intervals; 92-95 ft. phosphatic, dolomitic, well indurated limestone.




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Accession No.: W-10750 Core Name: Clay Prospect #3 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S35 1/4 aab Lat/Long: 26051'55"/81041'05" Surface Elevation: 38' Core TD: 85.5' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 5/18/84
B.J. Timmons
0- 36.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, white to tan, intergranular porosity, medium- to coarsegrained, variably shelly, some lithified coquina, some moldic, recrystallized, limestone fragments, trace phosphate sand, marly toward base, poorly to nonindurated.
36.5- 85.5 ft. Hawthorn Group
36.5- 85.5 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, olive-green, gray, plastic, variably calcareous, some shell in upper part, variably phosphatic, abundant foraminifera and diatoms; 83.5-85.5 ft. dolomitic, phosphatic, fossiliferous limestone, highly phosphatized at upper surface.




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Accession No.: W-10751 Core Name: Clay Prospect #4 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S36 1/4 caa Lat/Long: 26052'07"/81'40'40" Surface Elevation: 38' Core TD: 84' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-38 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light gray, tan, light reddish tan, organics in upper 5 ft., medium- to coarse-grained, trace phosphate and carbonate grains, slightly clayey, slightly shelly below 10 ft. Dolomitic coquina and dolomite below 26 ft., poor to moderate induration, dolomite cement, slightly quartz sandy in upper part, moldic porosity, 1- 2 percent phosphate sand at base.
38 84 ft. Hawthorn Group
38-84 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to dark yellowish and greenish gray, light to dark olive-green, variably calcareous, slightly shelly in upper part, foraminifera intermittently common throughout, plastic to crumbly, very slightly to intermittently very phosphatic; 81.5- 83.5 ft. dolomite, phosphatized at upper surface, well-indurated at surface, moderately below, moldic porosity.




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Accession No.: W-10752 Core Name: Clay Prospect #5 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S25 114 aac Lat/Long: 2652"45"/8140"15"f Surface Elevation: 41' Core TD: 77' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-27 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, tan to medium gray, intergranular porosity, predominantly unconsolidated, iron-stained in upper part, medium- to fine-grained, clayey, trace phosphate, trace heavy minerals, abundant shell material, some present as sparry calcite-cemented coquina.
27-77 ft. Hawthorn Group
27-77 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, greenish gray, light olive, plastic to crumbly, calcareous to noncalcareous, slightly phosphatic to very phosphatic, part finely laminated; 76-77 ft., dolomite, gray to tan, very fossiliferous, phosphatized at upper surface, grades downward to slightly phosphatic.




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Accession No.: W-10753 Core Name: Clay Prospect #6 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S24 1/4 ddd Lat/Long: 26053'28"/81'D40'26" Surface Elevation: 48' Core TD: 74' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, tan, very light purple, medium- to coarse-grained, unconsolidated, intergranular porosity, slightly iron-stained near surface, clayey, trace phosphate. Lower half predominantly unlithified coquina, marly with some clay and fine quartz sand.
31 -74 ft. Hawthorn Group
31 -74 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clay, light gray, dark greenish gray, plastic, very slightly calcareous, slightly phosphatic; 62.5-74 ft. dolomite and limestone, light gray to chalky white, intergranular and moldic porosity, poor to good induration, dolomite and micrite cement, some lenses pasty, phosphatic.




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Accession No.: W-10754 Core Name: Clay Prospect #7 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S24 114 bbb Lat/Long: 26053'28"/81034,54" Surface Elevation: 55' Core TD: 65.5' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light tan, light gray to reddish brown, medium- to coarsegrained, trace phosphate. Predominantly unconsolidated coquina below 15 ft.; thin shell and light green plastic clay 25-31 ft.
31 -65.5 ft. Hawthorn Group
31 65.5 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, medium gray, dark greenish gray, plastic, phosphatic, most quite pure, foraminifera and diatoms. 62.5-65.5 ft., dolomite: black, light gray to off-white, phosphatized at upper surface, well cemented to pasty, moldic porosity.




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Accession No.: W-10755 Core Name: Clay Prospect #8 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R27E S19 1/4 bbb Lat/Long: 26053'35"/81038'45" Surface Elevation: 58' Core TD: 67' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-30 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, fine- to coarse-grained, organics in upper part, slightly clayey, 10-17 ft., shelly. Below 17 ft. predominantly unlithified to poorly indurated coquina, with minor quartz sand, marly toward base.
30-67 ft. Hawthorn Group
30-67 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to dark gray, greenish gray, some shell fragments in upper portion, calcareous to noncalcareous, plastic to blocky, slightly to highly phosphatic, some thin sand lenses, foraminifera. 65-67 ft., dolomite, conglomerate, medium to dark gray with white inclusions, phosphatic.




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Accession No.: W-10756 Core Name: Clay Prospect #9 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S 1/4 intersection Lat/Long: 26O54'03"/8040'45,,.
13-14-23-24 Core TD: 76' Surface Elevation: 52'
Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-36 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell (cuttings only) Quartz sand, tan, light gray, medium- to coarse-grained, slightly organic near surface, slightly shelly below 14 ft. Below 15 ft. predominantly unconsolidated coquina, minor sand, sand at 25-29 ft., slightly clayey and marly below 29 ft.
36-76 ft. Hawthorn Group
36- 76 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light yellowish gray, medium to dark greenish gray, calcareous, plastic to crumbly, very slightly phosphatic to phosphatic, intermittent very phosphatic zones, forams intermittantly common; 71 76 ft., dolomite, phosphatized at upper surface, grades downward to dolomitic limestone, coquina, moderately to well indurated, moldic porosity, essentially no phosphate below 71.5 ft.




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Accession No.: W-10757 Core Name: Clay Prospect #10 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S 1/4 Intersection Lat/Long: 26054'03"/81041'42"
14-15-22-23 Core TD: 61.5' Surface Elevation: 48'
Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-35.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, medium- to fine- to very-fine-grained, very light gray, ironstained, slightly shelly, below 20 ft. primarily shell, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, some quartz sand, slightly clayey toward base.
35.5-61.5 ft. Hawthorn Group
35.5-61.5 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, dark to light greenish gray (lighter with depth), plastic, very slightly calcareous, slightly phosphatic, thin beds, highly phosphatic. 60-61.5 ft., dolomitic limestone, light gray, very-fine-grained, well indurated, little apparent porosity.




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Accession No.: W-10758 Core Name: Clay Prospect #11 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S 1/4 Intersection Lat/Long: 26054"04"1/8142"50"
15-16-21-22 Core TD: 73' Surface Elevation: 48'
Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light gray, tan, very-fine- to coarse-grained, slightly organic near surface, shelly 15-20 ft.; below 20 ft. shell with minor quartz sand, unlithified.
31 -73 ft. Hawthorn Group
31 -73 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light gray to dark gray, medium to dark greenish gray, calcareous to slightly calcareous, some shell in uppermost part, phosphatic to very phosphatic, plastic to crumbly; 72- 73 ft. dolomitic limestone conglomerate, highly phosphatic, pasty, clay matrix.




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Accession No.: W-10759 Core Name: Clay Prospect #12 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T42S R26E S6 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 26o51'05"/81044'55" Surface Elevation: 34' Core TD: 41' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-41 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light tan, medium gray, fine- to medium-grained, slightly organic, iron-stained near surface, variably clayey and shelly. Limestone, brown, medium gray, poorly to well-indurated, calcite cement, moldic porosity, variably shelly, quartz sandy, recrystallized, dolomitic toward base.




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Accession No.: W-10760 Core Name: Clay Prospect #13 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S31 1/4 ddc Lat/Long: 26051'27"/81045'12" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 94' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, off-white, tan, bright ocher, fine- to coarse-grained, slightly organic near surface, shelly below 14 ft.; 20- 30 ft. coquina, indurated, dotomitizea.
31 -94 ft. Hawthorn Group
91 -94 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to dark gray, medium to dark greenish gray, variably calcareous, shelly in upper part, plastic to crumbly, some iron sulfide above 54 ft., some selenite crystals (when samples are fresh), slightly to highly phosphatic, sandy clay to clayey sand below 86.5 ft.




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Accession No.: W-10761 Core Name: Babcock Deep Core Owner: Babcock Ranch Test Driller: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/70 T41S R26E S33 1/4 ddd County: Charlotte Surface Elevation: 29' Lat/Long: 2651'29"/81 042'43"
Core TD: 450'
Geophysical Logs Available: G,C,S,P
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
B.J. Timmons
0-98 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Predominantly quartz sand and shell beds, dark brown, yellowish orange, gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, fine- to coarse-grained sand, variably clayey, essentially clean sand and shell from 14- 62 ft.; trace phosphate sand, poorly to nonindurated; 85-98 ft., silty, sandy, moldic, dolomitic limestone, trace phosphate.
98- 450 ft. Hawthorn Group
98-295 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, approximately 30 percent limestone, minor sand. Clay, light greenish gray,. yellowish gray, olive, calcareous, some shell fragments in upper part, plastic to hard, variably quartz sandy and silty, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, some thin carbonate stringers. Limestone, sandy, silty, clayey, dolomitic variably phosphatic, intergranular and moldic porosity, calcilutite, dolomite, and clay cement, poor to good induration.
295 450 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone and dolomite, some thin clay and sand beds, gray, yellowish gray, greenish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, pasty, slightly to very phosphatic, quartz sandy, silty, variably clayey, some mollusc shells, mollusc molds, some foraminifera, some thin silt and sand stringers.




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Accession No.: W- 11489 Core Name: Babcock "A" Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 9/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S12 1/4 aab Lat/Long: 26055'45"/81*40'12" Surface Elevation: 60' Core TD: 71' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0- 30 ft. No Samples
30-71 ft. Hawthorn Group
30-71 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light tan, light to medium greenish gray, dark gray, yellowish gray, quartz sandy, intermittently phosphatic to very phosphatic, calcareous, slightly shelly 30- 32 ft., abundant foraminifera. Below 60 ft., dolomite coquina grading downward to moldic dolomite, moderate brown, dark gray to light orange, uppermost portion phosphatized, moderately to well indurated, dolomite and calcite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, dolomite crystal size very fine to microcrystalline.




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Accession No.: W-1 1490 Core Name: Babcock "B" Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 9/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S11 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 26055'50"/81 40'45" Surface Elevation: 57' Core TD: 69' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0-30 ft. No Samples
30-69 ft. Hawthorn Group
30-69 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, yellowish gray, gray-brown, olive to dark olive-green, moderate to poor induration, clayey cement, plastic to crumbly, upper part very calcareous, pasty, slightly shelly, phosphatic, abundant foraminifera. Below 64 ft., dolomite to dolomitic limestone, grayish black to very light orange, uppermost 6-8 inches phosphatized. Coquina, well indurated, intergranular to moldic porosity.




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Accession No.: W-1 1491 Core Name: Babcock "C" Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 9/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S9 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 26055'49"/81043'00" Surface Elevation: 47' Core TD: 90' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0-48 ft. No Samples
48-90 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to medium brown, light tan, very light olive-green, upper part calcareous to very calcareous, variably quartz sandy, phosphatic to very phosphatic, slightly shelly at top, abundant foraminifera. 87.5-90 ft., phosphatic dolomite to dolomitic limestone, well indurated, grayish black to very light gray, very fossiliferous, moldic porosity.




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Accession No.: W-1 1669 Core Name: Farabee #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T40S R26E S3 1/4 bdcc Lat/Long: 27001'10"/81042'30" Surface Elevation: 48' Core TD: 540' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0-36 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, gray, brownish gray, ocher, poor induration, clay and iron cement, intergranular porosity, fine-grained, shelly to very shelly below 10.5 ft. (molluscs, gastropods, oysters), clayey, trace phosphate sand at base. 30 percent dark gray, well indurated, quartz sandy, dolomite pebbles from 28-36 ft.
36-540 ft. Hawthorn Group
36-205 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, silt and sandy dolomite. Clay, olive-green, light tan, gray, variably phosphatic, slightly shelly, dolomitic, micritic, variably quartz sandy and silty. Thick carbonate section at 66- 128 ft., primarily dolomite and very dolomitic clay, upper surface phosphatized, dark gray, black, creamy white, very light orange, moderately to well indurated, dolomite, calcilutite, and clay cement, often dolomite coquina, moldic porosity, variably phosphatic, silty and clayey. Gradational lower contact.
205 540 ft. Arcadia Formation Undifferentiated Primarily dolomite and limestone, light to medium gray and very light orange, intergranular and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, clay, dolomite, calcilutite, and sparry calcite cement, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, variably quartz sandy, mollusc and gastropod molds, foraminifera, very recrystallized below 510 ft.




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Accession No.: W-1 1907 Core Name: Camp Miles #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/73 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R25E S5 1/4 center Lat/Long: 2656'19"/8150'00"1 Surface Elevation: 39' Core TD: 621' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S,T
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983
0 32.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fine- to medium-grained, becomes clayey with depth, unconsolidated to poor induration, grayish brown. Limestone and shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor to moderate induration, yellowish to gray to white, fossiliferous.
32.5- 621 ft. Hawthorn Group
32.5- 186 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Clay, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds.
186 472 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray.
472- 621 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fine- to medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Limestone and dolomite as in upper member.




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Accession No.: W-15289 Core Name: Romp TR 1-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/83 Driller: SWFWMD County: Charlotte T42S R23E S1 1 1/4 dba Lat/Long: 26050'26"/81058'54" Surface Elevation: 26' Core TD: 695' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983
0-42 ft. No Samples
42- 695 ft. Hawthorn Group
42 169 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Poor samples, pick from log by G. Henderson.
169-639 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray.
639 695 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fine- to medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Limestone as in upper member.




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Accession No.: W-1 5332 Core Name: Romp 3-1 Owner: SWFWMD/lndian Village Date Drilled: Driller: SWFWMD County: Charlotte T41S R21E S5 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 26056'15"/82013'50" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 603.5' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0-25.5 ft. No Samples
25.5-603.5 ft. Hawthorn Group
25.5-603.5 ft. Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite, cream, very light gray, gray, poorly to well indurated, dolomite, micrite, and clay cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, predominantly noncrystalline, variably quartz and phosphate sandy to very sandy; 25.5-46.1 ft. intermittently variable to quartz and phosphate sandstone with dolomite cement, possible Peace River Formation, Tampa Member at 251 ft.: limestone white to cream, very slightly phosphate sandy, quartz sandy to very sandy, intergranular and mold porosity, calcilutitic. Tampa and Arcadia lithologies interbedded to 403 ft. Below 403 ft., becomes more clayey (calcareous) more quartz sandy, poorer average induration.




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Accession No.: W-15333 Core Name: Romp TR 2-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: Driller: County: Charlotte T40S R22E S32 1/4 b Lat/Long: 26057'30"/82007'30" Surface Elevation: 2' Core TD: 689' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0-97.5 ft. No Samples
97.5- 666 ft. Hawthorn Group
97.5- 134 ft. Peace River Formation Dolomite, grayish-brown, light gray, very light orange, poor to moderate induration, intergranular porosity, very-f ine-grained, sucrosic, phosphate sandy, quartz sandy to very sandy, transitional to less phosphatic, more clayey, poorly indurated dolosilt, very slightly quartz sandy.
134- 666 ft. Arcadia Formation 134-279 ft., predominantly dolomite, very light gray, gray, creamy white and pale brown, moderately to well indurated, dolomite and calcilutite cement, some sparry calcite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, primarily silt size, slightly to very phosphatic, quartz sandy to very sandy, some beds quartz and phosphate sand with dolomite and clay cement, mollusc molds, Bryozoa molds. 279 ft., Tampa Member top. Tampa and upper Arcadia lithologies alternate to 391 ft. Limestone, creamy white, moderate to well indurated, calcilutite cement, slightly phosphatic, slightly to very quartz sandy, intergranular and mold porosity, calcilutite, some sparry calcite, mollusc, gastropod, and foraminifera molds, parts bioturbated. Above lithology alternates with light gray, light brownish gray dolomite, variably quartz and phosphate sandy, some sand beds. 397-666 ft., primarily dolomite, poor to well indurated, dolomite and clay cement, cryptocrystalline to viery-f ine-grained, variable alteration, slightly to very quartz and phosphate sandy, some greenish gray clay beds and poorly indurated dolosilt, and clay beds.
666 689 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, creamy white, very slightly yellowish-gray, moderately to well indurated, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, calcilutite cement, slightly quartz sandy at top, granular, grain size very fine to coarse, allochems high, grain types skeletal biogenic, crystal, some calcilutite, some portions recrystallized.




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Accession No.: W-12362 Core Name: Homosassa Springs #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 11/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Citrus T19S R17E S30 1/4 center Lat/Long: 28047'50"/82037'30" Surface Elevation: 2' Core TD: 449' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0-2.5 ft. No Samples
2.5- 68 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white, cream, pinkish brown, moderately yellowish brown, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, moderately to well indurated, calcite and dolomite cement, calcarenite, biogenic, foraminifera, mollusc, and gastropod, fragments and echinoid fragments, bryozoans, some dwarfed Lepidocylina sp. in upper part, also Gypsina globula, lower part extensively dolomitized, basal pick questionable.
68- 449 ft. Avon Park Limestone Dolomite variable to limestone, white, cream, light to dark gray, light to dark brown, intergranular and moldic porosity, uppermost part extensively dolomitized, pick uncertain, variable organic-rich layers, granular with calcilutite matrix, calcilutitic to recrystallized, dolomite powdery to sucrosic to densely noncrystalline, abundant foraminiferal tests, mollusc and gastropod molds, echinoid fragments.




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Accession No.: W-13863 Core Name: Romp 114 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/78 Driller: SWFWMD County: Citrus T18S R17E S23 1/4 cca Lat/Long: 29053'55"/82034'O0" Surface Elevation: 8' Core TD: 307' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984
0-29.5 ft. No Samples
29.5-88 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Dolomite variable to limestone, white, cream, light gray, light to medium yellowish brown, well indurated, calcite and dolomite cement, intergranular, intragranular and moldic porosity. Dolomite, microcrystalline to very-fine-grained, micromoldic, sucrosic. Limestone, foraminiferal coquina, sparry calcite cement, fine- to coarse-grained.
88-307 ft. Avon Park Limestone: Limestone and dolomite, white to cream, yellowish gray, medium brown, sparry calcite, dolomite and calcilutite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, calcilutitic, poorly to well indurated, variably recrystallized. Dolomite, powdery to sucrosic, some thinly bedded organic-rich zones.




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Accession No.: W-14671 Core Name: Romp TR 21-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/79 Driller: SWFWMD County: Citrus T19S R17E S4 1/4 bac Lat/Long: 28051'12"/82035'28" Surface Elevation: 5' Core TD: 200' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S,T
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
G. Strasser (SWFWMD)
0- 10 ft. No Samples Surficial sands according to SWFWMD log.
10 -86 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, variable to dolomite, white, cream, to light brown, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, moderately to well indurated, sparry calcite to dolomite cement, calcarenite, medium- to fine-grained, foraminiferal coquina, becomes more highly recrystallized towards base, volume of cement increases (porosity decreases) with depth, molluscs, gastropods, foraminifera, echinoids and algal balls.
86- 200 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomite, white to cream, light gray to light brown, intergranular and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, dolomite and calcilutite cement, some sparry calcite cement, cryptocrystalline to fine-grained, calcilutitic matrix. Limestone, calcilutitic to recrystallized, dolomite often powdery to sucrosic, foraminifera-rich, organic flecks.




INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 59Accession No;: W-1 4885, Core Name: Romp TR 21-3 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 4/81 Driller: SWFWMD County: Citrus T18S R17E S34 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 28052'30"/82o34'19" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 370' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,R,T,P,S
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
SWFWMD
0-32 ft. No Samples Sand according to SWFWMD log.
32-97 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white, cream, yellowish brown, moderately to well indurated, sparry calcite cement, intergranular, intragranular and moldic porosity, predominantly fine- to medium-grained, foraminifera calcarenite, variably recrystallized to extremely recrystallized, increasing with depth, mostly micromoldic porosity above 60 ft. Foraminifera, molluscs, gastropods and echinoids.
97- 370 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomite, white, creamy, light gray, grayish brown, poor to well indurated, calcilutite, dolomite and sparry calcite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, cryptocrystalline to finegrained, calcilutite matrix, slightly to completely recrystallized, dolomite powdery to sucrosic, some. finely divided organic material and thinly laminated organic-rich zones. Minor gypsum present at 344 ft.




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Accession No.: W-10481 Core Name: Union Camp #1 Owner: Union Camp Corporation Date Drilled: 6/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T7S R26E S21 1/4 Lat/Long: 29052'26"/81042'15" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 108' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 3/84
0- 108 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Quartz sand, nonclayey to clayey, nonindurated to poorly indurated, fine to coarse, heavy minerals, scattered thin clay.




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Accession No.: W-10488 Core Name: Dupont #1 Owner: Dupont Corporation Date Drilled: 5/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T6S R23E S31 1/4 cdbd Lat/Long: 29055'40"/82002'00" Surface Elevation: 239' Core TD: 332' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0 140.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base, organic-rich zones, occasional sandy clay beds.
140.5 315 ft. Hawthorn Group
140.5 206.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly dolomite with clay, and quartz sand, Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
206.5 282.5 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
282.5- 315 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite with sand and clay. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
315 332 ft. Ocala Group
315- 332 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-10489 Core Name: Dupont #2 Owner: Dupont Corporation Date Drilled: 6/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T5S R23E S19 1/4 dbbd Lat/Long: 30002'47"1/82002'02" Surface Elevation: 206' Core TD: 145.5' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: C.W. Hendry, Jr. Date: 1968,1984
& T. Scott
0 143 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace to abundant heavy minerals.
143- 145.5 ft. Hawthorn Group (?)
143- 145.5 ft. Charlton Member(?)/Coosawhatchie Formation(?) Clay and fossil moldic dolomite.




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Accession No.: W-13769 Core Name: Harris #1 Owner: Mr. Harris Date Drilled: 12/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T6S R25E S7 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 29059'02"/81 050'03" Surface Elevation: 97' Core TD: 319' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E,C
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1978
0- 60 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals.
60-302 ft. Hawthorn Group 60- 171 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
171 21 5 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite is most abundant.
215-302 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predomi1nantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive gray to olive, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, i sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good indura! tion.
302 319 ft. Ocala Group
302- 319 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderately recrystallized.




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Accession No.: W-14179 Core Name: Longbranch #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T4S R23E S16 1(4 aad Lat/Long: 30008'55"182000'26" Surface Elevation: 86' Core TD: 320' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0-40 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and clayey sand with trace of heavy minerals.
40 292 ft. Hawthorn Group
40-68 ft. Chariton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Clayey sand and sandy clay with calcilutite matrix. Limestone, sandy, clayey with mollusk molds. Limestone is predominant.
68- 142 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic.
142- 224 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray to light gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
224 292 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
292 320 ft. Ocala Group
292 320 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, Bryozoan facies, moderately recrystallized.




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Accession No.: W-14193 Core Name: Fox Meadows #1 Owner: Mr. Philips Date Drilled: 2/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T4S R25E S13 1/4 bac Lat/Long: 30009'06"/8145'37" Surface Elevation: 50' Core TD: 357' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,E
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0 70 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, sandy, clayey shell bed and limestone at base, fossiliferous.
70-325 ft. Hawthorn Group
70- 180 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite in very thin beds, finely crystalline to microcrystalline.
180- 236 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, microcrystalline to very fine. Quartz sand, yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Few thin limestone beds.
236-325 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration, microcrystalline.
325-357 ft. Ocala Group
325-357 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-14219 Core Name: Jennings #1 Owner: Mr. Jennings Date Drilled: 3/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T4S R24E S27 114 ddd Lat/Long: 30006'55"181052'57" Surface Elevation: 90' Core TD: 492' Geophysical Logs Available: E,G,C
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0- 60 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base.
60- 430 ft. Hawthorn Group
60- 179 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcilutite. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite.
179- 280 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
280-430 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
430- 492 ft. Ocala Group
430- 492 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-14301 Core Name: Valldejul #1 Owner: Mr. Valldejul Date Drilled: 7/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T7S R24E S20 1/4 cbc Lat/Long: 29052'04"/81055'16" Surface Elevation: 165' Core TD: 252' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979
0- 80 ft. Undifferentiated Sand, white to dark yellowish brown, fine- to medium-grained, nonclayey to clayey, minor phosphate near base, unconsolidated to poor induration.
80-229 ft. Hawthorn Group
80- 143 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly sand with dolomite beds. Sand, light olive-gray to olivegray, fine- to coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, moderate induration, few fossil molds.
143- 157 ft. Marks Head Formation Dolomite and sand. Dolomite, light gray, sandy, phosphatic, moderate induration. Some sand, light olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration.
157- 229 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay in upper portion, dolomite dominant in lower part. Sand, olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration. Clay, olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, light gray to olive-gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, moderate to good induration, few fossil molds.
229-252 ft. Ocala Group
229-252 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, calcarenitic with calcilutite matrix.




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Accession No.: W-14476 Core Name: Kuhrt #1 Owner: Mr. Kuhrt Date Drilled: 1/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T6S R26E S17 1/4 bba Lat/Long: 29058'58"/81043'25" Surface Elevation: 62' Core TD: 425' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott & Date: 1980
B.A. Reik
0- 114 ft. Undifferentiated Sand, clay and shell beds. Quartz sand, 0-65 ft., yellowish brown to light olive-gray, fine- to medium-grained, variably clayey, silty, unconsolidated to poorly indurated. Shell beds, 65- 114 ft., with interbedded sand and clay. Shell beds, light olive-gray, sandy, clayey, minor phosphate, mollusk-rich. Sand as 0- 65 ft. Clay, olive-gray, sand, calcareous, fossiliferous, poor induration.
114-403 ft. Hawthorn Group
114- 235 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Interbedded dolomite and sand, dolomite most abundant in upper portion, sand in lower part. Dolomite, yellowish gray, variably sandy to 50 percent, clayey to nonclayey, phosphatic, occasional fossil molds, poor to good induration. Sand, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, fine- to medium-grained, phosphatic, clayey, dolomitic, poor induration. Few clay beds. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, variably dolomitic, poor induration.
235-293 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, clay and sand. Dolomite, yellowish brown to grayish brown, sandy, variably clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, fossil molds. Clay, grayish olive to light olive-gray, silty, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor induration. Sand, light olive-gray to moderate brown, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration.
293- 403 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite, clay and sand. Dolomite most common in lower portion. Dolomite, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, zones of clay clasts, brecciated zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Dolomite grades into limestone in scattered zones. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic and dolomitic, poor to moderate induration. Sand, fine- to coarse-grained, dark yellowish brown to light olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration.




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403- 425 ft. Ocala Group
403 425 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, calcarenite with calcilitute matrix, moderate to good induration, medium to high recrystallization, abundant fossils, foraminifera, bryozoans, mollusks, fossil molds.




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Accession No.: W-14521 Core Name: Ms. J. #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T7S R26E S36 1/4 ccc Lat/Long: 29050'29"/81039'48" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 385' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott & Date: 1982
B.A. Reik
0- 140 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, 0-55 ft., yellowish brown to moderate brown, clayey, fine- to medium-grained, poor induration. Interbedded, clayey, calcareous, quartz sand and sandy, calcareous clay; 55- 140 ft., abundant fossils, varies to very sandy, clayey shell bed.
140- 353 ft. Hawthorn Group
140 147 ft. Charlton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Dolomite, grayish yellow, very sandy, slightly phosphatic, abundant fossil molds, moderate induration.
147 215 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Interbedded dolomite and sand with scattered clay beds, more dolomite in upper portion. Dolomite, yellowish gray to very light orange, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, fossil molds, moderate induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, fine- to medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, dolomitic, moderate induration.
215 274 ft. Marks Head Formation Clay with interbedded dolomite and sand. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, olive-gray to light olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, moderate to good induration. Sand, olive-gray to grayish olive, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, moderate induration.
274- 353 ft. Penney Farms Formation Upper portion predominantly sand with clay interbeds. Lower portion predominantly dolomite with sand beds. Quartz sand, olive-gray to dark yellowish brown, dolomitic, phosphatic and clayey, moderate to good induration. Clay, dark yellowish brown to olive-gray, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, moderate to good induration.




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353-385 ft. Ocala Group
353 385 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, calcarenite, calcilutite matrix, moderate induration, low to high recrystallization, abundant fossils, foraminifera, mollusks, Bryozoans.




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Accession No.: W-14003 Core Name: Collier County B-5 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Pridgen and Davis County: Collier T49S R26E S3 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 26014'27"/82042'01" Surface Elevation: 13' Core TD: 180' Geophysical Logs Available: R,TN,G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984
0-8 ft. No Samples
8- 16 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clayey Sand White to light gray to very pale orange, poorly indurated, clayey sand.
16-86 ft. Tamiami Formation White to very light gray, moldic, poorly to moderately indurated, calcareous mud underlain by white to very light gray, moderately well indurated, shelly or moldic limestone. Phosphate is present in trace amounts.
86- 180 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Very pale orange to yellowish gray, poorly indurated, calcareous sand interbedded with white to medium gray, well to moderately indurated limestone which is shelly or sandy and contains trace phosphate. They are underlain by pinkish gray to yellowish gray or white, poorly indurated to unconsolidated sand which contains shell layers and trace phosphate.




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Accession No.: W-14302 Core Name: Collier County B-6 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Pridgen and Davis County: Collier T48S R26E S30 1/4 ac-a Lat/Long: 2601620"1/82045'08" Surface Elevation: 12' Core TD: 172' Geophysical Logs Available: R,T,N,G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984
0- 10 ft. No Samples
10- 172 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Very pale orange to yellowish gray, unconsolidated to poorly indurated limestone, 10-65 ft. At the lowest part of this interval, thin, white to very pale orange, well indurated, moldic limestone occurs. This interval generally contains trace amounts of phosphate with one 5-foot interval containing appreciable, coarse-grained phosphate. White to very light gray to yellowish gray, poorly-sorted, clastic unit consisting of quartz sand to granules as well as phosphate grains in a calcareous mud matrix (65- 172 ft.), underlain by a white to very pale orange, well indurated, shelly limestone which is in turn underlain by white to yellowish gray, poorly indurated, calcareous, quartz sand. The lower part of the interval consists of white to very pale yellow dolosilts with phosphate, yellowish to light olive-gray, calcareous to dolomitic clay containing sand, phosphate and shell and white to very light gray, calcareous, poorly indurated, calcareous mud with minor sand and phosphate grains.




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Accession No.: W-1 5274 Core Name: Collier County B-7 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Prigden and Davis County: Collier T49S R26E $12 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 26012'42"/82046'03.Surface Elevation: 12' Core TD: 180' Geophysical Logs Available: R,TN,G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984
0- 10 ft. No Samples
10 92 ft. Tamiami Formation The upper portion of this interval is composed of poorly indurated, very pale orange, sandy, calcareous mud with minor shell fragments and phosphate grains. The lower 50 ft. of this interval is composed of limestone which varies from well indurated, moldic, fossiliferous limestone to white, shelly, sandy limestone, poorly indurated shell hash and poorly indurated, calcareous mud.
92- 180 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Unconsolidated, very pale orange to very light gray or yellowish gray, calcareous sand containing trace phosphate and minor shell is underlain by white to very light gray, fossiliferous, moldic, moderately indurated, sandy limestone, with minor calcareous mud. Just beneath this interval is a thin, phosphatic, slightly shelly, moldic sand to clayey sand. The lowest part of this interval is composed of light olive-gray, sandy clay, poorly consolidated to moderately well indurated. Clay is calcareous and contains trace phosphate. Some intervals are extremely shelly.




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Accession No.: W-1 5275 Core Name: Collier County B-8 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Pridgen and Davis County: Collier T49S R25E S36 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 26009'18"/81 045'33" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 120' Geophysical Logs Available: R,TN,G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984
0- 10 ft. No Samples
10- 90 ft. Tamiami Formation Pale orange to light gray, fossiliferous, well indurated limestone underlain by white to very light gray, sandy limestone which may vary in induration from poorly to well indurated. These rocks are underlain by calcareous, poorly indurated, white to very light gray sand and sandy limestone which are very light gray to yellowish gray and include some well indurated shell hash.
90- 120 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Yellowish gray to very light gray, poorly indurated, calcareous sand underlain by white to light gray, moldic, shelly limestone. These rocks are underlain by very pale orange to very light gray, calcareous, poorly indurated sand and very light gray, well indurated, moldic, dolomitic sandstone. A trace of phosphate is in this interval.




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Accession No.: W-15557 Core Name: Janet #1 Owner: GAC Realty Trust Date Drilled: 10/82 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Collier T48S R27E S23 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 26017'09"/81035'35" Surface Elevation: 25' Core TD: 352' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,E
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: P. Bond & Date: 1984
M. Knapp
0- 15 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Shell Grayish orange to yellowish orange, unconsolidated sand containing 2-10 percent calcilutite. A poorly indurated white to grayish brown shell layer comprises the lower 5 ft. of this interval.
15 35 ft. Tamiami Formation Light orange to grayish brown to white limestone which varies from poorly indurated to well indurated. Accessory quartz sand varies from 2- 10 percent and fossil molds and fragments are common.
35-352 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Calcareous clay lying above interbedded, poorly indurated, yellowish gray silt; poorly indurated, yellowish gray dolomite; white to light gray or orange, variably indurated limestone; unconsolidated shell beds; unconsolidated to poorly indurated sand; moderately indurated sandstone; and light orange to light gray, variably indurated dolostone.




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Accession No.: W-71-71 Core Name: Suwannee River #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Columbia T1N R16E S10 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 3030'36"/82o42'39" Surface Elevation: 110' Core TD: 166' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1974
R. Colton
0-8 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, white to grayish brown, clayey, quartz sand.
8- 165 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, light gray to greenish gray, phosphatic, clayey, vugular dolostone. Intervals of clay, sand, and chert present.
165- 166 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light orange, crystalline, recrystallized, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include foraminifera.




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Accession No.: W-13809 Core Name: Osceola Nati. Forest #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Columbia T2S RI7E S11 1/4 bba Lat/Long: 30020'13"/82035'08" Surface Elevation: 120' Core TD: 227' Geophysical Logs Available: G
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982
0-27 ft. No Samples
27- 178 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Interbedded quartz sand, clay and dolomite. Quartz sand, fine- to coarsegrained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration. Clay, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, silty, poor to moderate induration. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Occasional fossil molds.
178 227 ft. Ocala Group
178 227 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, packstone, poor to good induration, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-15162 Core Name: ONF #3, Schuter #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 2/76 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey County: Columbia T2S R17E S23 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30018'23"/82035'13" Surface Elevation: 135' Core TD: 167.5' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982
0-23 ft. No Samples 23- 164 ft. Hawthorn Group
23-69 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic, calcareous.
69-96 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded sand and clay. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration.
96- 164 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member, predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very. fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.
164- 167.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, grainstone to packstone, good induration, grayish brown, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-12050 Core Name: Houghland #1-Ct Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/73 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R26E $16 1/4 da Lat/Long: 27010'00"/81043'11" Surface Elevation: 62' Core TD: 600' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982
0- 21 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Quartz sand, very-fine- to medium-grained, unconsolidated to poor induration, clayey, white, grayish brown.
21-582 ft. Hawthorn Group
21 159 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, very-fine- to very-coarsegrained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone.
159- 259 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fine- to medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray.
259 365 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member.
356 582 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fine- to medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Carbonate as in upper member.
582 600 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, wackestone to packstone, moderate induration, medium recrystallization, white, fossiliferous.




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Accession No.: W-12236 Core Name: DeSoto #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T37S R25E S5 1/4 cad Lat/Long: 27o17'15"/81o49'55" Surface Elevation: 68' Core TD: 104' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984
P. MacGill
0-22 ft. Surficial Sands and Clay Quartz sand, very light orange to dark yellowish brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay cement 8 12 percent in lower 6 ft. of interval, grain size medium to fine, size range fine to coarse, angular to subangular, organics and some peat, 20 percent hematite at 6 17.8 ft., trace heavy minerals, manganese-oxide-stained.
22- 104 ft. Hawthorn Group
22-99 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, dark yellowish brown, grayish orange, light olive-gray, intergranular porosity, clay cement (10-30 percent), poor induration, fine- to coarse-grained, size range fine to gravel, rounded, phosphate sandy 1 -25 percent, phosphate gravel 0-25 percent, laminated, some mineral oxide and trace heavy minerals. Clay, very light orange, light olive-gray, intergranular porosity, poor to moderate induration, clay and calcilutite cement, some clay beds, plastic, variably laminated and bioturbated, variably quartz sandy (0 20 percent), variably phosphate sandy (3-20 percent), some phosphate gravel, calcilutite (0-20 percent).
99- 104 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite and limestone, very light orange, very light gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, good induration, dolomite and calcilutite cement, cryptocrystalline to microcrystalline, grain type: anhedral dolomite grains, calcilutite, skeletal, slightly clayey, quartz and phosphate sandy (5- 10 percent), molluscs.




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Accession No.: W-12237 Core Name: DeSoto #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R24E S23 1/4 add Lat/Long: 27009'25"/81052'47" Surface Elevation: 53' Core TD: 137' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984
P. MacGill
0-20 ft. Surficial Sands
Quartz sand, very light orange, grayish brown, blackish red, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay and iron cement, very-fine- to mediumgrained, subangular, organic-rich in upper 7 feet, trace mineral oxide, 10- 15 ft., iron cement (50 percent), clayey in lower part (15 20 percent), trace phosphate sand, laminated, bioturbated.
20- 137 ft. Hawthorn Group
20- 52 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, yellowish green, intergranular porosity, poor induration, clay cement, bioturbated, laminated, phosphate sandy, up to 5 percent phosphate gravel, clay 15- 20 percent.
52- 137 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite 52- 90 ft., very light orange, yellowish gray, moldic and intergranular porosity, dolomite and sparry calcite cement, good induration, moderate alteration, anhedral to euhedral, microcrystalline, quartz sandy ( 10 20 percent), phosphate sandy (10 20 percent), sparry calcite 15 percent, clay 10 percent, lowermost 2 feet with burrowed thin calcilutite layers. Limestone 90-137 ft., very light orange, yellowish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, grain size cryptocrystalline, range cryptocrystalline to gravel, grain type calcilutite, skeletal, intraclast, allochems 0-50 percent, moderate to good induration, calcilutite and dolomite cement, variable quartz sandy (0- 10 percent), some intervals very silty (20-45 percent), phosphate sandy (10- 15 percent), phosphate gravel up to 10 percent, clayey to very clayey, grades into clay at 109 113 ft.




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Accession No.: W-1 2242 Core Name: DeSoto #3 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R25E S27 1/4 da Lat/Long: 27008'30"/81048'20" Surface Elevation: 51' Core TD; 118' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984
P. MacGill
0-7 ft. Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, very light orange, dark grayish yellow, intergranular porosity, fine-grained, range very fine to medium, nonindurated, angular to subangular, some organics in upper part, iron-stained in part, clay 1 15 percent. Limestone 4.3-7.0 ft., yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, grain type biogenic, skeletal, crystal size range cryptocrystalline to gravel, 40 percent allochems, moderately indurated, clay and sparry cement, 40 percent quartz sand, 30 percent sparry calcite, 50 percent clay, molluscs.
7- 118 ft. Hawthorn Group
7-62 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand and clay, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, nonindurated (sand) to poorly indurated (clay), fine- to coarse-grained, size range fine to gravel, 9- 17.5 ft. phosphate gravel 50 percent and phosphate sand 30 percent, remainder of interval variably phosphate sandy (2-20 percent), phosphate gravelly (0-20 percent), clayey (0-20 percent); 43- 62 ft. is clay (silty calcilutite, plastic), molluscs.
62 118 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone, variable to dolomite, sand from 81 -90 ft. Limestone, very light orange, yellowish gray, moldic, intergranular porosity, poor to good induration, clay, calcilutite, and sparry calcite cement, grain size fine to coarse, size range fine to granule, grain types intraclast, skeletal, calcilutite, 8- 80 percent allochems, quartz sandy (5- 15 percent), phosphate sandy (2- 18 percent), cement 5- 15 percent, molluscs, Bryozoa, pelecypods, gastropods and barnacles; 108.5- 118 ft. dolomite, olive-gray, intergranular porosity, dolomite and calcilutite cement, low alteration, anhedral, cryptocrystalline, slightly clayey and quartz sandy, 15 percent phosphate sand.




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Accession No.: W-12243 Core Name: DeSoto #4 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T39S R24E $18 1/4 dcb Lat/Long: 27005'15"/81056'50" Surface Elevation: 42' Core TD: 72' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
P. MacGill
0-21 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, light orange, light gray, intergranular porosity, poorly to nonindurated, clay and iron cement, medium-grained, organic in upper part, iron-stained, clayey, trace phosphate sand.
21 -72 ft. Hawthorn Group
21 -66 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily quartz sand, some dolomite below 55 ft., white to olive-gray, primarily poor to rare good induration, clay and dolomite cement, quartz sandy, phosphatic, clayey, bioturbated, molluscs.
66- 72 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, pale yellowish orange, very pale orange, moderate to good induration, dolomite cement, intergranular to moldic porosity, quartz sandy to very quartz sandy, phosphatic to very phosphatic. Interval is Arcadia lithology but pick is uncertain due to thin interval penetrated.




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Accession No.: W-12244 Core Name: DeSoto #5 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T39S R23E S3 1/4 ccb Lat/Long: 27007'00"/81 59'57" Surface Elevation: 36' Core TD: 80' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984
P. MacGill
0-26 ft. Surficial Sand
White, light yellowish orange, yellow-gray, brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, fine- to medium-grained, range fine to gravel, subangular, some iron-stained, slightly clayey.
26 80 ft. Hawthorn Group
26- 58 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz and phosphate sand, yellowish gray, light olive-green, intergranular porosity, poor induration, clay cement, grain size fine to medium, range fine to gravel, quartz sand, angular, phosphate sand and gravel (1 -30 percent) increasing downward. Clay, 15 percent, bioturbated.
58 80 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, dolomite and clay. Limestone, very light orange, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, grain type calcilutite and cryptocrystalline, moderate to good induration, calcilutite and dolomite cement, no allochems, clayey (3-20 percent), quartz silty and sandy (3-30 percent), trace mica, bioturbated. Clay, olive-green, plastic, moderate induration. Dolomite, very light orange, intergranular, moldic and vugular porosity, slightly altered, anhedral, grain size very fine, range microcrystalline to very fine, moderate induration, organic and calcilutite cement, quartz sandy (15 percent), phosphate sandy (10 percent), becomes less calcareous and indurated and more quartz sandy with depth.




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Accession No.: W-1 2245 Core Name: DeSoto #6 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R23E Si 1/4 aba Lat/Long: 2712'15"/8158'37" Surface Elevation: 43' Core TD: 90' Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984
P. MacGill
0- 10 ft. Surficial Sand
Quartz sand, white, dark red, brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, iron cement, fine-grained, range fine to coarse, angular in upper 3 ft., subangular to rounded in remainder, organics in upper part, 2 percent clay in lower part.
10 90 ft. Hawthorn Group
10-90 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, limestone, dolomite and clay. Quartz sand, very light orange, yellow-gray, intergranular porosity, medium- to fine-grained, range fine to coarse, angular to rounded, nonindurated, clayey, phosphate sandy and gravelly. Limestone, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, calcilutite, no allochems, poorly indurated, calcilutite and clay cement, 40 percent phosphate gravel, 15 percent silt, 10 percent clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, very light orange, intergranular, moldic, vugular porosity, low to medium alternation, anhedral to subhedral grains, microcrystalline, good induration, dolomite, calcilutite cement, quartz sandy to very sandy, 3.5 percent phosphate sand, molluscs at base of interval. Clay, yellow-gray, moderately indurated, quartz sandy and silty.




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Accession No.: W-12311 Core Name: DeSoto #7 Owner: Tropical River Groves/L. Date Drilled: 6/74
Honea County: DeSoto
Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 27013'30"/81035'28" T37S R27E S26 1/4 cdcc Core TD: 172' Surface Elevation: 83'
Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984
P. MacGill
0-22.5 ft. Surficial Sand
Quartz sand, white, medium brown, black, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, fine-grained, range fine to medium, angular, 2 percent clay, trace iron-stain except upper 5 feet.
22.5- 172 ft. Hawthorn Group
22.5- 155 ft. Peace River Formation Interbedded quartz sand, clay, limestone and thin dolomite beds. Quartz sand, white, light olive-gray, medium brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay cement, fine-grained, range fine to gravel, angular to rounded, slightly phosphate sandy, very phosphate gravelly (30 percent) at 24-26 ft., slightly to very clayey, some molluscs. Clay, light olive-gray, olive-gray, intergranular and unobservable porosity, medium to poor induration, clay cement, plastic, laminated, some interbedded with thin sand beds, slightly to very quartz sandy, upper beds slightly phosphatic, some molluscs. Limestone, yellowish gray, shell hash, very clayey, some lenses of clay, clay 30 percent, quartz sand 15 percent, poor induration. Dolomite, medium dark gray, intergranular porosity, good induration, dolomite and calcilutite cement, poorly altered, anhedral, microcrystalline, quartz sandy (10 percent).
155- 172 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone and dolomite, very light orange, intergranular, moldic and vugular porosity, dolomite and calcilutite cement, moderate to good induration. 25 percent phosphate gravel, 10- 15 percent quartz sand, 10 percent clay, molluscs. Dolomite is limy, anhedral, very-fine-grained. Limestone is dolomitic, calcilutite and skeletal grains, 25 percent allochems.




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Accession No.: W-12312 Core Name: DeSoto #8 Owner: Montgomery Ranch/J. Date Drilled: 6/74
Smith County: DeSoto
Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 27004'05"/81033'56" T39S R27E S24 1/4 abbd Core TD: 96' Surface Elevation: 75'
Geophysical Logs Available:
STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION
Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984
P. MacGill
O- 15 ft. Surf icial Sand Quartz sand, very light orange, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, medium-grained, slightly clayey, iron-stained.
15-96 ft. Hawthorn Group
15-83 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly quartz sand, some thin clay beds. Sand, white, yellow, gray, medium brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay cement where indurated, grain size variable very fine to coarse, variably clayey, quartz sandy, phosphate sandy and gravelly and calcilutitic, mollusc and echinoid fragments abundant, some phosphatized.
83-96 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Dolomite and limestone, very light orange, white, intergranular and moldic porosity, good induration, calcilutite, dolomite, and sparry calcite cement, clayey and to very clayey, slightly quartz sandy and phosphatic, upper surface phosphatized, molluscs.




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STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Elton J. Gissendrif-er, Executive Director DIVISION OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Art Wilde, Director BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Walter Schmidt, Chief INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 SHALLOW STRATIGRAPHIC CORE TESTS ON FILE AT THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Compiled by Richard A. Johnson NWERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES Published for the FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TALLAHASSEE 1986 CB600 902

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DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 3 1262 04267 6501 SCUNCE traray BOB GRAHAM Governor GEORGE FIRESTONE JIM SMITH Secretary of State Attorney General BILL GUNTER GERALD A. LEWIS Treasurer Comptroller RALPH D. TURLINGTON DOYLE CONNER Commissioner of Education Commissioner of Agriculture ELTON J. GISSENDANNER Executive Director ii

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL Bureau of Geology August 1986 Governor Bob Graham, Chairman Florida Department of Natural Resources Tallahassee, Florida 32301 -. Dear Governor Graham: The Bureau of Geology, Division of Resource Management, Depart-ment of Natural Resources, is publishing as its Information Circular No. 103, Shallow Stratigraphic Core Tests On File at the Florida Geological Survey. This is a compilation of descriptions of all geological cores on file at the Florida Geological Survey's repository. As such, it represents a major data base for the geology of Florida. This will be a valuable source of geological data for scientists, government agencies, educators, and the public. Respectfully yours, Walter Schmidt, Chief Bureau of Geology iii

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Printed for the Florida Geological Survey Tallahassee 1986 ISSN No. 0085-0616 iv

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CONTENTS Page Page Florida Geological Survey core Calhoun County (cont.) ... and well cuttings W15508 ........... 31 depository ............. 1 W -15511 ........... 32 Organization of report ...... 2 W -15513 ...........33 Well Logs ................ 5 Charlotte County ........ 34 Alachua County ......... 5 W -10748 ........... 34 W -11486 ........... 5 W -10749 ........... 35 W -12487 ........... 6 W -10750 ........... 36 W -12613 ........... 7 w -10751 ........... 37 W -12614 ........... 8 W -10752 ............ 38 W -14641 ........... 9 W -10753 ........... 39 Baker County ........... 10 W -10754 ........... 40 W -10473 ........... 10 W -10755 ........... 41 W -12361 ........... 11 W -10756 ........... 42 W -13805 ........... 12 W -10757 ........... 43 W -13812 ........... 13 W -10758 ........... 44 Bay County ............ 14 W -10759 ........... 45 W -13965 ........... 14 W -10760 ........... 46 W -14101 ........... 15 W -10761 ........... 47 W -14108 ........... 16 W -11489 ........... 48 Bradford County ........ 17 W -11490 ........... 49 W -12360 ........... 17 W -11491 ........... 50 W -13814 ........... 18 W -11669 ........... 51 W -14255 ........... 19 W -11907 ........... 52 W -14280 ........... 20 W -15289 ........... 53 W -14283 ........... 21 W -15332 ........... 54 Brevard County ......... 23 W -15333 ........... 55 W -13076 ........... 23 Citrus County .......... 56 W -13490 ........... 24 W -12362 ........... 56 W -13881 ........... 25 W -13863 ........... 57 W -13964 ........... 26 W -14671 ........... 58 Calhoun County ......... 27 W -14885 ........... 59 W -11270 ........... 27 Clay County ........... 60 W -14125 ........... 28 W -10481 ........... 60 W -15502 ........... 29 W -10488 ........... 61 W-15506 ........... 30 W-10489 ........... 62

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Page Page Clay County (cont.) ...... Escambia County ........ 98 W-13769 ........... 63 W-13559 ........... 98 W-14179 ........... 64 W -13572 ........... 99 W -14193 ........... 65 W -13592 ...........100 W -14219 ........... 66 Flagler County ..........101 W -14301 ........... 67 W -15282 ...........101 W -14476 ........... 68 Franklin County .........102 W -14521 ........... 70 W -7574 ............102 Collier County .......... 72 W -14781 ...........103 W-14003 ........... 72 W-14799 ...........104 W-14302 ........... 73 W-14844 ...........105 W-15274 ........... 74 W-14876 ...........106 W -15275 ........... 75 W -14890 ...........107 W -15557 ........... 76 Gadsden County ........ .108 Columbia County ........ 77 W -1478 ............108 W -7171 ............ 77 W -1479 ............109 W -13809 ........... 78 W -1780 ............110 W -15162 ........... 79 W -7376 ............111 DeSoto County ......... 80 W -7458 ............112 W -12050 ........... 80 W -7472 ............113 W -12236 ........... 81 W -7528 ............114 W -12237 ........... 82 W -7537 ............115 W -12242 ........... 83 W -7539 ............ 116 W -12243 ........... 84 W -15468 ...........117 W -12244 ........... 85 W -15795 ...........118 W -12245 ........... .86 Gilchrist County ........ .119 W -12311 ........... 87 W -12529 ...........119 W -12312 ........... 88 Gulf County ............120 W -12908 ........... 89 W -12051 ...........120 W -12909 ........... 90 W -14077 ...........121 W -12948 ........... 91 W -14704 ...........122 W -15303 ........... 92 W -14719 ...........123 Dixie County ........... 94 W -14746 ...........124 W1565 ............ 94 Hamilton County ........125 W -1571 ............ 95 W -6836 ............125 W-1572 ............ 96 W-7934 ............127 Duvat County .......... 97 W-10656 ........... 128 W -14619 ........... 97 W -15121 ...........129 vi

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Page Page Hardee County ......... .130 Jackson County (cont.) ... W -8880 ............130 W -15512 ...........164 W -11946 ...........131 W -15514 ...........165 W -12113 ........... 132 Jefferson County ........166 W -12233 ...........133 W -6526 ............166 W -12234 ...........134 W -6527 ............167 W -12235 ...........135 W -6559 ............168 W -12238 ...........136 W -6560 ............169 W -12906 ...........137 W -6561 ............170 W -12907 ...........138 W -6906 ............171 W -12942 ...........139 W -6911 ............ 172 W -12985 ........... 140 W -6925 ............173 W -13073 ...........141 W -6927 ............174 W -13078 ...........142 W -6930 ............175 W -13107 ...........143 W -6931 ............176 W -13237 ........... 144 W -6933 ............177 W -13238 ...........145 Lafayette County ........ 178 W -13333 ........... 146 W -1566 ............ 178 W -1575 ............179 W-15346 ...........147 W 157............ Hernando County ........ 149 W-157............18 SW -1578 ............181 W -14873 ...........149 W -1579 ............182 W -1579 ............ 182 Hillsborough County ...... 150 -1 580 ...........183 W -11531 ........... 150 W -1581 ............184 W -11541 ........... 151 W -1583 ............185 W -13331 ...........152 W -1584 ............186 W -15161 ...........153 W -1585 ............187 W -15494 ........... 154 W -1586 ............188 Indian River County ...... .155 W1587 189 W -13958 ........... 155 W -1696 ............190 Jackson County ..... .... .157 Lake County ........... .191 W -1777 ............157 W -12698 ...........191 W -1779 ............158 W -12699 ........... 192 W -15503 ...........159 W -12700 ...........193 W -15504 ...........160 W -12701 ...........195 W -15505 ........... 161 W -12702 ......... ..197 W -15509 ...........162 W -12735 ...........198 W -15510 ........... 163 W -12745 ...........199 vii

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Page Page Lee County ............ 200 Levy County (cont.) ...... W-14071 ........... 200 W-12581 ...........235 W-14072 ........... 201 W-12582 ...........236 W-15286 ........... 202 .W-12583 ...........237 W-15287 ........... 203 W -12615 ...........238 W -15487 ........... 204 Liberty County .......... 239 W -15556 ........... 205 W -6611 ............239 Leon County ........... 206 W6901 ............240 W-6599 ............ 206 W7457 ............241 W -6890 ............ 207 W -7535 ............242 W -6900 ............208 W-7616 ............243 W -6902 ............ 209 W-12818 ...........244 W-6937 ............ 210 W -12819 ...........245 W -6998 ............211 W -12820 ...........246 W -6999 ............212 W -12821 ...........247 W-7180 ............213 W-14906 ...........248 W -7181 ............ 214 W -14925 ...........249 W-7523 ............215 W-14969 ...........250 W -7524 ............ 216 W -14993 ...........251 W -7575 ............217 W -14996 ...........252 W -7526 ............ 218 W -15497 ...........253 W -7527 ............219 W -15498 ...........254 W-7536 ............ 220 W-15499 ...........255 Levy County ...........221 W15500 ...........256 W -1564 ............221 W -15501 ...........257 W -7111 ............222 W -15507 ...........258 W-7112 ............ 223 Madison County ........259 W-7113 ............224 W-10480 ........... 259 W-7114 ............225 W -10654 ...........260 W -7115 ............226 W -10655 ...........261 W -7116 ............227 W -15515 ...........262 W -7117 ............ 228 W -15537 ...........263 W-7118 ............ 229 Manatee County ........ 264 W-7619 ............ 230 W-11570 ...........264 W -7620 ............231 W -15166 ...........265 W-7621 ............ 232 W-15286 ........... 266 W -7622 ............233 W -15516 ...........267 W-7623 ............234 W-15517 ........... 268 viii

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Page Page Manatee County (cont.) ...Pasco County .......... 299 W -15518 ...........269 W -10321 ...........299 W -15519 ...........270 W -10468 ...........300 W -15520 ...........271 W -10469 ...........301 W -15521 ...........272 W -10470 ............ 302 Marion County ..........273 W -10471 .......... .303 W -6903 ............273 W-10472 ...........304 W-12415 ........... 274 W-14674 ...........305 W -14315 ...........275 W -14675 ...........306 W -14327 ...........276 Pinellas County .........307 W -14752 ...........277 W -10403 ...........307 W-15127 ...........278 W -10404 ...........308 Martin County ..........279 W -10405 ........... 309 W -15246 ...........279 W -10406 ...........310 W -15288 ...........280 W -10407 ...........311 Monroe County .........281 W -10408 ...........312 W -15493 ...........281 W -10409 ...........313 Nassau County ......... 282 W -10410 ........... 314 W -10482 ............ 282 W -10411 ...........315 W -13815 ...........283 W -14518 ...........316 Okaloosa County ....... .284 W -14879 ........... 317 W -10833 ...........284 W -14881 ...........318 Orange County ......... 285 W -14897 ...........319 W -10830 ...........285 W -15204 ...........320 W -15334 ...........286 Polk County ............ 321 Osceola County .........287 W -8879 ............321 W -7658 ............287 W -10253 ...........322 W -13482 ...........288 W -10254 ...........323 W -13489 ...........289 W-12964 ...........324 W -13496 ...........290 W -12965 ...........325 W -13501 ...........291 W -12966 ...........326 W -13516 ...........292 W -12967 ...........327 W -13533 ...........293 W-13048 ...........328 W -13534 ...........294 W -13050 ........... 329 W -13551 ...........295 W -13052 ...........330 W-13676 ...........296 W-13053 ............ 331 W -13942 ........... 297 W -13054 ...........332 W -13957 ...........298 W -13055 ........... 333 ix

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Page Page Polk County (cont.) ...... Sarasota County (cont.) ... W-13056 ........... 334 W-14872 ...........370 W -13059 ........... 335 W -14882 ...........371 W -13060 ........... 336 W -15168 ...........372 W13061 ........... 337 Suwannee County ....... 373 W -13065 ........... 338 W -1588 ............373 W -13068 ........... 339 W -10657 ...........374 W13245 ........... 340 Taylor County ..........375 W -13269 ...........341 W -1567 ............375 W-13334 ........... 342 W-6359 ............376 W-13491 ........... 344 W -10425 ...........377 W -15261 ........... 345 W -10429 ........... 378 W-15347 ...........346 W-10454 .......... 379 Putnam County ......... 347 W -10455 .... .... 380 W-8400 ............ 347 W-10456 ..... ....381 W12112 ........... 348 W-10457 382 W -14318...........349 W -1045 ...........38 W -14353 ...........351 W -10 ...........384 W-14354 ...........352 W-149202 ...........38 W-14376 .......... 353 W-1202458 ...........385 W14477 ...........354 W-14556 ........... 355 W-12024...........387 W -120251 ...........388 W -14354 ........... 352 St. Johns County........357 W -120262 ........... 389 W -13744 ...........357 W-12027...........390 W -13751...........358 W -120283 ........... 391 W -137657 ........... 359 W-12029...........392 W-13844 ...........360 W-12030 ........... 393 W-14413 ........... 361 W12031 ........... 394 Santa Rosa County ........362 W12032 ...........395 W-13604 .......... .362 W12033 ........... 396 Sarasota County..........363 W12034 ........... 397 W-11908 ...........363 W-15290 ........... 398 W -12983 ........... 364 Wakulla County ...........399 W-12984 ........... 365 W-12038477 ............ 399 W -13018 ........... 367 Walton County ......... 400 W-14871 ........... 369 W -7971 ............ 400 x .1*

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Page Page Walton County (cont.) .... Walton County (cont.) .... W7972 ............401 W8355 .............417 W -7973 ............402 W -8356 ............418 W -7974 ............403 W -8478 ........... .419 W -8004 ............404 W -8587 ............420 W -8012 ............405 W -8591 ............421 W -8013 ............406 W -8592 ............422 W -8014 ............407 W -8865 ............423 W -8019 ............408 W -8873 ............424 W -8102 ............409 W -8876 ............425 W -8103 ............410 W -8877 ............426 W -8104 ............411 W -10832 ...........427 W -8105 ............412 W -10914 ...........428 W -8351 ............413 W -11045 ...........429 W-8352 ............ 414 Washington County ...... 430 W -8353 ............415 W -10954 ...........430 W -8354 ............416 W -11487 ...........431 FIGURE Page 1 Well and core numbering and location system used by the Florida Geological Survey ......................... 3 xi

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FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CORE AND WELL CUTTINGS DEPOSITORY The ability of the Florida Geological Survey to carry out geologic investigations is highly dependent on the Survey's substantial data base. Because Florida is low in elevation with little surface relief, most geologic data has been compiled from subsurface information sources. Collected over decades, these data include over 4,500 geophysical wireline logs, nearly 16,000 sets of well cuttings, and approximately 500 cores, in addition to core chips representing hundreds-of-thousands of feet of sediments from exploratory oil and gas test wells. These samples, which have been collected from locations throughout the state, are essential to the study of Florida's geology. The majority of these samples are well cuttings which, upon receipt at the Survey, are washed, dried, catalogued, and stored for future reference. Detailed lithologic descriptions of these well cuttings and cores are prepared by Survey geologists who then enter coded descriptions into a computer. These data are accessible to staff, government agencies, industry and the general public. The well cuttings and core collection is stored at the Geological Survey Depository and is available for study by visiting scientists. The logs included in this circular are all from shallow cores (less than 2,000 feet in depth) on file at the Survey. Deep cores from oil and gas wells are not included in this compilation. Additional cores are acquired by the Depository on a regular basis; as a result, there may be other cores available that are not included here. The study of the lithologic characteristics and the stratigraphic extent of the surface and subsurface formations in Florida is a critical part of our knowledge regarding: the occurrence and availability of ground water; the possible near-surface contamination of our aquifers; landfill and waste disposal placement; mineral resource mapping; geologic hazards mapping; and general community planning. The stratigraphic logs included in this report are representative of the geology found within each county in Florida. This information can be used as a guide by governmental agencies, communities and private land owners planning to develop groundwater resources. The type of material to be drilled through, the probable waterbearing zones, the depth of casing and probable depth of the completed well can be estimated from this data base. More detailed lithologic descriptions may be available at the Florida Geological Survey. Other information such as wireline geophysical logs and water level measurements may also be on file. Information regarding these data can be obtained by writing the Florida Geological Survey, 903 W. Tennessee Street, Tallahassee, FL 32304; or by calling 904/4889380.

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2 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY ORGANIZATION OF REPORT The core logs are listed alphabetically by counties. Within each county they are in numerical order by their "W" number (which are assigned in sequential order as the cores are received by the Florida Geological Survey). A tabular listing in this format is in the table of contents. A map in the pocket shows the location of the cores. Additional copies of this map can be obtained by requesting Map Series No. 111 from the Florida Bureau of Geology. The individual core logs display general core information along with the stratigraphic summary. The core information can be interpreted as follows: Accession No ..... W#, this is the well number assigned by the Florida Geological Survey. Core Name. ...... the name assigned to the core (this is generally the name of a nearby feature or the land owner). Owner .......... the land owner where the core was drilled, if known. If not known, Florida Geological Survey is entered. Date Drilled ...... the best information from files when the core was completed. Driller ........... the agency or private contractor who drilled the core. County ......... the Florida county name in which the core is located. Township/Range Locations ...... the location of each core is based upon a rectangular numbering system of township, range and section. The number consists of five parts. These are: 1) a prefix letter designating W for well(core), 2) the township(North or South), 3) the range(East or West), 4) the section(1-36) and 5) the quarter/ quarter location with the section, if known. The basic rectangle is the township, which is 6 miles square (36 square miles). Each township is numbered consecutively both north and south of the Florida Baseline. This basic rectangle is also consecutively numbered both east and west of the Principal Meridian. The Baseline and. Principal Meridian met in Tallahassee. Each township is divided equally into 36 one-mile square blocks called sections, and are numbered 1 through 36 as shown on figure 1.

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"F. -~ 8 R 20E RE 4R1E -R19E 4R20E f 77 6w 18 17 16 15 14 13 + "19 20 21 22 23 24 2 1.30 29 27 26 25 -. 31 32 34 35 36 d PASCO b I a b 0 + LHr-22S-20E-33dc a r Sab b c d C ab 2 +•-----H l ' .. . I ad c N^0 'Section 33 Location of Hernandownd Pasco Countiei t: 6? RI6E 4RI7E 4RIS E RI9E -R20E +R2IE + R22E Figure 1. Well and core numbering and location system used by the Florida Geological Survey.

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4 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Township/Range Locations cont'd The sections are divided into quarters with the quarters labeled "a" through "d" as shown on figure 1. In turn each of these onequarter sections is divided into quarters with these quarter/quarter squares labeled "a" through "d" in the same manner. The "a" through "d" designation of quarters may be continued to any extent deemed useful. Latitude/Longitude estimated from the USGS 7.5 minute quads. This is based on the best information in the files. Surface Elevation ..referenced to mean sea level, in feet. Most of these are estimates from USGS quads. As a result a possible error of several feet may occur. Core TD......... the total depth of the core measured in feet from land surface. Geophysical Log Available. ...... if wireline logs were run they are filed at the Survey in Tallahassee. A -Acoustic Velocity C -Caliper E -Electric (normal, lateral, SP) G -Natural Gamma L -Lateral N -Neutron (porosity) P -Single point resistivity R -Fluid resistivity or conductivity S -SP T -Temperature V -Fluid velocity (flow meter) X -Gamma Gamma (density) Stratigraphic Description ..... this is a brief summary of the lithologic components that comprise the various formations encountered in the core, and includes who described the core and when. A more detailed foot-by-foot description, columnar section or other data may be available at the Florida Geological Survey.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 5 Accession No.: W-11486 Core Name: Hawthorne #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 8/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua T10S R22E S31 1/4 acb Lat/Long: 29034'54"/82008'07," Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 145' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 010 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, very-fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 10134 ft. Hawthorn Group 10 -44.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, very fine to medium, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Dolomite, yellowish gray to light orange, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 44.5104.5 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sands and clays. Dolomite, yellowish, gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 104.5-134 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light gray to yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light gray to brownish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to light gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 134145 ft. Ocala Group 134145 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate to good induration.

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6 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12487 Core Name: Green Acres #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua T9S R18E S27 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 29040'23"/82030'04" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 85' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-25 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, gray to brown, fineto mediumgrained, clayey sand. Mottling, iron-staining and rootlets present. 25-85 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white, micritic, vugular, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include mollusks, abundant Lepidocyclina sp. and fossil molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 7 Accession No.: W-12613 Core Name: Green Acres #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua T9S R18E S27 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 29040'20"/82029'59" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 219' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-23 ft. No Samples 23-25 ft. Alachua Formation/Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, gray to grayish white, iron-stained, clayey limestone with phosphate nodules. 25171.5 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white, micritic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include mollusks, foraminifera, algae and numerous fossil molds. 171.5-219 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, gray to grayish tan, tightly crystalline dolomite. Mollusk molds present.

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8 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12614 Core Name: Kanapaha Ranch #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Alachua Tt1S R19E S17 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 29032'03"/82025'31" Surface Elevation: 65' Core TD: 128' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 1017.5 ft. Alachua Formation? Poorly indurated, white to grayish white, phosphatic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include mollusks. 17.5-34 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, gray, phosphatic, sandy clay. Ironstaining and mottling present. 34128 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, cream to gray, micritic, fossiliferous limestone. Intervals of dolomitic limestone present in the lower part of the section. Fossils include foraminifera, mollusks and fossil molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 9 Accession No.: W-14641 Core Name: Devil's Millhopper #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 6/80 Resources County: Alachua Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29°42'50"/82023'43" T9S R19E S15 1/4 ad Core TD: 132' Surface Elevation: 178' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980 010.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Clay, sandy, poor induration, yellowish gray. 10.5-108.8 ft. Hawthorn Group 10.5-64 ft.? Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and limestone. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy. Limestone, yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 64 ?98.5 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded sand and clay, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, moderate induration. 98.5-108.8 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite and limestone. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very-fineto mediumgrained, poor induration. Clay, yellowish gray to greenish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 108.8132 ft. Ocala Group 108.8132 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, poor induration.

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10 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10473 Core Name: Trail Ridge #3 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Baker T2S R22E S15 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30019'02"/82005'05" Surface Elevation: 167' Core TD: 288' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0162 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand with clayey and organic-rich matrix, heavy minerals common, fineto coarse-grained, nonindurated to poor induration. Scattered clay beds. 162 -288 ft. Hawthorn Group 162 -180 ft. Charlton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Sandy limestone and calcareous, clayey, quartz sand. Common mollusk molds. 180 -288 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 11 Accession No.: W-12361 Core Name: National-Lead #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Baker T4S R22E S12 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 30009'50"/82003'02" Surface Elevation: 191' Core TD: 127' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 0127 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand and Clay Quartz sand, very fine to coarse, nonclayey to clayey, organic-rich near surface, poorly indurated to nonindurated, white to gray with black zones. Clay, sandy to nonsandy, silty, poorly to moderately indurated, dark gray to black and olive-gray, wood fragments found in several zones.

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12 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13805 Core Name: Osceola Nat. Forest #5 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey County: Baker T2S R19E S2 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 30021'15"/82023'22" Surface Elevation: 132' Core TD: 272' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980 0 -35 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 35272 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and dolomite interbedded. Quartz sand, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light gray. Clay, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, light gray to olive-gray, fossil molds scattered throughout. 272 ft. Ocala Group 272 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 13 Accession No.: W-13812 Core Name: Osceola Nat. Forest #7 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey County: Baker T2S R19E S30 1/4 cac Lat/Long: 30017'02"/82027'15" Surface Elevation: 141' Core TD: 182.6' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980 020 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 20182.6 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and dolomite interbedded. Quartz sand, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light gray. Clay, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, light gray to olive-gray, fossil molds scattered throughout. 182.6 ft. Ocala Group 182.6 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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14 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13965 Core Name: Majette #1 Owner: International Paper Date Drilled: 10/78 Company County: Bay Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 30013'15"/85025'00" T3S R12W S14 1/4 bc Core TD: 450' Surface Elevation: 70' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979 M. Clark 0-60 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, grayish orange to white to pale brown, clayey, quartz sand. 60155 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, shelly (mollusks), clayey sand. 155187 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray, clayey, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. Interval between 177 and 187 ft. is clay. Phosphate is common throughout. 187-402 ft. B:uce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray to white, fossiliferous, phosphatic, dolomitic calcarenite. 402 -450 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to white, moldic, dolomitic calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 15 Accession No.: W-14101 Core Name: Otter Creek #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 10/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bay T1S R17W S34 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30021'29"/85055'38" Surface Elevation: 50' Core TD: 280' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979 M. Clark 0120 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, white, mediumto coarse-grained, clayey, quartz sand. Wood particles are sporadically present. 120180 ft. Intracoastal Formation Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, yellowish gray to light gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite. 180 -280 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, slightly quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcarenite. Interval from 175 to 280 ft. contains an olive-gray clay bed.

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16 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14108 Core Name: Warmouth Pond #1 Owner: Hunt Oil/Prosper Energy Date Drilled: 12/78 Company County: Bay Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 30025'57"/85041'54" TIS R15W S1 1/4 dda Core TD: 502' Surface Elevation: 70' Geophysical Logs Available: G,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0 -50 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray, medium-grained, quartz sand. 50 -70 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, gray-orange to light gray, quartz sandy, shell beds. 70100 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly indurated, light gray, quartz sandy, fossiliferous (mollusks) calcilutite. 100130 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, light gray, slightly quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcarenite. 130-211 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, very light orange, chalky, fossiliferous limestone. 211 -250 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, recrystallized, light gray to very light orange, fossiliferous dolomite. 250 -339 ft. Marianna Limestone Well indurated, very light gray, fossiliferous (large forams abundant), chalky, dolomitic limestone. 339502 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, very light orange to very light gray, fossiliferous, recrystallized and chalky calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 17 Accession No.: W-12360 Core Name: N.L. #1 Owner: National Lead Industries Date Drilled: 8/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T4S R22E S25 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 30007'13"/82003'04" Surface Elevation: 200' Core TD: 493' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 0180 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poor indurated, nonclayey to clayey, heavy minerals in lower portion. 180-492 ft. Hawthorn Group 180 -226.5 ft. Charlton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Clayey sand and sandy clay with calcilutite matrix. Limestone and dolomite, sandy, clayey with mollusc molds. Limestone and dolomite are predominant. 226.5-303.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 303.5 -433 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, greenish gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 433 -492 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay with dolomite. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration, varies to limestone. 492-493 ft. Ocala Group 492 -493 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate induration.

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18 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13814 Core Name: Raiford #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1979 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T5S R21E S26 1/4 cba Lat/Long: 30002'18"/82010'33" Surface Elevation: 128' Core TD: 272' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0-35 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Clay present at base. 35271.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 35118 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, very fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 118 -242 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 242 -271.5 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay with limestone. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Limestone, light gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 271.5-272 ft. Ocala Group 271.5272 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 19 Accession No.: W-14255 Core Name: Mizelle #1 Owner: Mr. Mizelle Date Drilled: 1979 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T7S R19E S1 1/4 da Lat/Long: 29054'37"/82022'07" Surface Elevation: 133' Core TD: 140' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0 -18 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to very clayey, trace heavy minerals. 18-111 ft. Hawthorn Group 18-78.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and limestone. Quartz sand, brownish gray to yellowish gray, very fine to medium, poor induration, clayey, phosphatic. Clay, yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Limestone, white, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 78.5 -100 ft. Marks Head Formation Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey to calcareous, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. 100-111 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sandstone and limestone; predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sandstone, yellowish gray, clayey, calcareous, phosphatic, very fine to medium, poor induration. Limestone, very light gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 111 -120 ft. St. Marks Formation Limestone, sandy, fossiliferous, wackestone, good induration, moderate to high recrystallization. 120 -140 ft. Ocala Group 120140 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate to high recrystallization, moderate to good induration.

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20 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14280 Core Name: Varnes #1 Owner: Mr. Varnes Date Drilled: 5/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T7S R21E S4 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 29055'00"/82012'12" Surface Elevation: 140' Core TD: 175.5' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0 -28.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 28.5175 ft. Hawthorn Group 28.5 -55 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Quartz sand and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, very fine to medium, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic. Dolomite, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 55135 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderation induration. 135175 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite with sand. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Sand is as above. 175-175.5 ft. Ocala Group 175175.5 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 21 Accession No.: W-14283 Core Name: Wainwright #1 Owner: Mr. Wainwright Date Drilled: 1979 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Bradford T6S R22E S24 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 29057'15"/82003'28" Surface Elevation: 181' Core TD: 282' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 072 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 72267 ft. Hawthorn Group 72 -88 ft. Charlton Member of Coosawhatchie Formation Clayey sand and sandy clay with calcilutite matrix. Limestone and dolomite, sandy, clayey with mollusk molds. Limestone and dolomite are predominant. 88137 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 137 -187 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to medium, poor to. moderate induration. Clay, light olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 187 -267 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member; predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.

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22 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 267 -282 ft. Ocala Group 267-282 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 23 Accession No.: W-13076 Core Name: Ms. Caucus Owner: Mr. Handy, River Ranch Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T30S R35E S16 1/4 cbb Lat/Long: 27052'37"/80049'22" Surface Elevation: 26' Core TD: 242' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 0115 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, sandy clay, and shell beds. Abundant shell material through much of section. 115-230 ft. Hawthorn Group 11 5227 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments; quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, occasionally fossils and/or fossil molds. 227 -230 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, moderate induration. Interbedded clastics. 230242 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, .packstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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24 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13490 Core Name: Brevard #1 Owner: A. Duda & Sons Date Drilled: 1976 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T25S R35E S35 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 28°15'35"/80°47'56" Surface Elevation: 15' Core TD: 230' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0107 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Shell beds present. Limestone, sandy, fossiliferous. 107126 ft. Hawthorn Group 107126 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Calcilutite, wackestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to dolomite. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 126 -212 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, poor to good induration, low to high recrystallization. 212-230 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone, white, fossiliferous, poor to good induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 25 Accession No.: W-13881 Core Name: Red Fern #1 Owner: Deseret Ranch Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T27S R35E S18 1/4 db Lat/Long: 28008'10"/80050'52" Surface Elevation: 21' Core TD: 322' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0-80 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Sandy, shell beds common. Clay, calcareous, sandy. 80185 ft. Hawthorn Group 80175 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 175185 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration, fossil molds. 185-248 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate induration, medium to high recrystallization. 248 -322 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, white to very light orange, packstone, fossiliferous, moderate to good induration, moderate to high recrystallization, varies to dolomite.

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26 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13964 Core Name: B. D. #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 7/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Brevard T30S R35E S9 1/4 dab Lat/Long: 27053'33"/80049'26" Surface Elevation: 21' Core TD: 181' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 075 ft. Undifferentiated Sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey to calcareous, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, grayish brown to yellowish gray, fossils common. Clay, calcareous, sandy, light olive-gray, fossils common. Limestone, finegrained, poor to moderate induration, sandy, clayey, fossils common. Shell beds, sandy, clayey poorly indurated. 75166.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 75166.5 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. Often very phosphatic. 166.5181 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone, white to light gray, fossiliferous, moderate induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 27 Accession No.: W-11270 Core Name: Ten Mile Creek #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Calhoun T1N R10W S13 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 30029'45"/85011'05" Surface Elevation: 125' Core TD: 342' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1980 M. Clark 026.5 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, gray-brown to buff to orange-red, micaceous, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 26.5 -44 ft. Undifferentiated Sandy Clay Poorly consolidated, yellowish brown to olive-gray, quartz sandy clay, similar to matrix of Jackson Bluff but lacking fossils. 44-50 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, yellowish brown to very light gray, quartz sandy clay studded with mollusks and foraminifera. 50100 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, gray to olive, clayey, quartz sandy, calcareous, molluskand foraminifera-shell marl. Fauna abundant and prolific; towards base more lithified becoming limestone. 100 -287 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, light gray, fine-grained, sucrosic, dolomitic limestone. Zones contain quartz and phosphatic sand in a dolosilt matrix. Clay beds are also present. 287 -342 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light gray to yellowish brown dolomite and calcarenite.

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28 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14125 Core Name: Bee Bay #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 12/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Calhoun T3S R10W S19 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 30012'20"185016'26" Surface Elevation: 67' Core TD: 492' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979 M. Clark 0 -60 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light brown to gray-orange, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 60110 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, olive to yellow-gray, quartz sandy, clayey, shell mart and limestone. Carbonate is dominant in the lower 20 ft.; clay is dominant in the upper 30 ft. 110140 ft. Chipola Formation Moderately indurated, yellow-gray, fossiliferous, quartz sandy, clayey limestone. 140184 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellow-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic: biocalcarenite. 184421.5 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellow-gray, moldic, fossiliferous, slightly quartz sandy calcarenite. 421.5464 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to light gray, slightly quartz sandy, very finely sucrosic, dolomitic calcilutite. 464492 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellow-gray, dolomitic calcarenite and calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 29 Accession No.: W-15502 Core Name: Drill Hole #6 Owner: A. L. Land Date Drilled: 1/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Calhoun T2N R7W S6 1/4 cac Lat/Long: 30035'44"/84058'44" Surface Elevation: 118' Core TD: 306' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1983 R. Nelson 0 -22.5 ft. Terrace Sand and Reworked Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to red-tan to gray-white, organic, silty, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 22.5-30.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, brown to buff-gray, silty, slight mottled, slightly calcareous, sandy clay. 30.5139 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, gray to white to buff, silty, dolomitic calcilutite, often chalky and containing clay stringers. Zones are vuggy and fossiliferous. 139 -306 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown to light gray, sucrosic, moldic, fossiliferous dolomite. Zones are calcarenitic and highly recrystallized. Lower intervals are mostly dolomitic, fossiliferous limestone.

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30 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15506 Core Name: Drill Hole #10 Owner: Jack Van Lierop Date Drilled: 2/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Calhoun TIS R9W S2 1/4 aac Lat/Long: 30025'28"/85006'48" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 333' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 O -52 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to red-orange to tan, silty, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand; lower part of interval is sandy, plastic clay. 5265.5 ft. Arenaceous Clay Bed Poorly consolidated, dark green, silty, micaceous, quartz sandy clay. Heavy minerals and phosphate present (?). 65.5-70 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, dark green, calcareous, abundantly fossiliferous, quartz sandy clay. 70-99 ft. Chipola/Intracoastal Formations Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, greenish gray, calcareous, micaceous, phosphatic, microfossiliferous, quartz sand. 99142 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, light and dark gray, chalky, sandy, phosphatic, abundantly microfossiliferous, calcilutite and fine-grained calcarenite. 142159 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, speckled, phosphatic, clayey, quartz sandy, moldic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils abundant including mollusks and large forams. 159333 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, gray-white to tan to light gray, slightly clayey, dolomitic, fossiliferous, moldic calcilutite. Intervals include greenish clay zones, sucrosic dolomite and plastic blue-green clay.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 31 Accession No.: W-15508 Core Name: Drill Hole #12 Owner: Donald Leonard Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Hastings County: Calhoun T2N R8W S15 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 30034'31 "/85001'22" Surface Elevation: 130' Core TD: 553' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 034.5 ft. Citronelle Formation and Reworked Sand Poorly consolidated, light brown to red to yellow, silty, mottled, clayey, micaceous, fine to coarse, quartz sand. Some quartz pebbles, rare organic flecks. 34.5192 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Poorly to well indurated, light gray, chalky, sucrosic, dolomitic, slightly fossiliferous limestone. Zones are blue-green, clayey silt; 150153 ft. is dark green, waxy clay. 192-421 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, silty, sucrosic, recrystallized dolomite and dolomitic limestone. Fossils as molds and casts, highly solutioned. 421 -553 ft. Marianna Limestone Moderately indurated, light gray to tan, chalky, calcilutitic, recrystallized, massive, fossiliferous limestone. Large forams in calcilutite matrix.

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32 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15511 Core Name: Drill Hole #15 Owner: Quina Stone Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Hastings County: Calhoun T2N R9W S23 1/4 dda Lat/Long: 30033'28"/85006'26" Surface Elevation: 202' Core TD: 344' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0-26 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly consolidated, brown to red-orange to yellow-tan, silty, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand and sandy clay. 26125.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, green-gray to light gray to blue-green, arenaceous, silty clay; calcareous, fossiliferous, clayey silt; and sandy calcilutite. Lower zones contain green palygorskite-type clay. 95 to 112 ft. is calcareous, shelly sand, not unlike the Chipola Formation. 125.5254.5 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, light and dark gray to white, fossiliferous, sucrosic, dolomitic calcilutite. Intervals contain blue-green waxy clay, brecciated zones and numerous microfossils. 254.5344 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, brown to gray-brown, vuggy, sucrosic, fossiliferous dolomite and dolomitic calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 33 Accession No.: W-15513 Core Name: Drill Hole #17 Owner: Julian Parrish Date Drilled: 5/74 Driller: Hastings .County: Calhoun T1N R8W S6 1/4 abd Lat/Long: 30030'40"/85004'06" Surface Elevation: 120' Core TD: 284.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1983 R. Nelson 0-55 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to yellow-tan to orange, silty, clayey, quartz sand and some gravel. Sandy, mottled clay present with mica. 55-75 ft. Arenaceous Clay Beds Poorly consolidated, gray-green, silty, sandy, slight calcareous, micaceous and phosphatic clay. 75-101 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly to moderately consolidated, gray-green, micaceous, calcareous, clayey, fossiliferous sand. Fauna is dominated by gastropods. 101 -104 ft. Intracoastal Formation Moderately consolidated, phosphatic, sandy, foram-rich biocalcarenite. 104265 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, gray to tan with greenish gray layers, dolomitic, fossiliferous, vuggy, sucrosic calcilutite. Intervals contain waxy, massive, bluegreen clay; others are so abundantly fossiliferous they could be called a recrystallized coquina. 265-284.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown to gray, sucrosic, vuggy, fossiliferous dolomite.

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34 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10748 Core Name: Clay Prospect #1 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S35 1/4 cba Lat/Long: 26052'05"/81041'21" Surface Elevation: 36' Core TD: 88' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-38 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, shell and clay, coarse-grained, variably clayey, marly, some shell beds, lithified, recrystallized, predominantly nonto poorly indurated. 38 -88 ft. Hawthorn Group 38-88 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clay, light gray, greenish gray, plastic to friable, variably calcareous, some shell, slightly to very phosphatic, mollusks, foraminifera and diatoms present; 85-88 ft. phosphatic to very phosphatic, dolomitic limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 35 Accession No.: W-10749 Core Name: Clay Prospect #2 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S35 1/4 caa Lat/Long: 26052'05'"/81041'37" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 95' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0 -40.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, shell beds, light brown, gray, tan, very-coarseto finegrained, minor clay, some shelly material, recrystallized, sucrosic, some shell beds, moderately to well indurated, remainder nonindurated to moderately indurated. 40.595 ft. Hawthorn Group 40.5-95 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clay, medium olive-green, dark gray, variably phosphatic, calcareous, plastic to friable, minor quartz sand in some intervals; 92 -95 ft. phosphatic, dolomitic, well indurated limestone.

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36 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10750 Core Name: Clay Prospect #3 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S35 1/4 aab Lat/Long: 26051'55"/81041'05" Surface Elevation: 38' Core TD: 85.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 5/18/84 B.J. Timmons 036.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, white to tan, intergranular porosity, mediumto coarsegrained, variably shelly, some lithified coquina, some moldic, recrystallized, limestone fragments, trace phosphate sand, marly toward base, poorly to nonindurated. 36.5-85.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 36.585.5 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, olive-green, gray, plastic, variably calcareous, some shell in upper part, variably phosphatic, abundant foraminifera and diatoms; 83.5-85.5 ft. dolomitic, phosphatic, fossiliferous limestone, highly phosphatized at upper surface.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 37 Accession No.: W-10751 Core Name: Clay Prospect #4 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S36 1/4 caa Lat/Long: 26052'07"/81040'40" Surface Elevation: 38' Core TD: 84' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-38 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light gray, tan, light reddish tan, organics in upper 5 ft., mediumto coarse-grained, trace phosphate and carbonate grains, slightly clayey, slightly shelly below 10 ft. Dolomitic coquina and dolomite below 26 ft., poor to moderate induration, dolomite cement, slightly quartz sandy in upper part, moldic porosity, 12 percent phosphate sand at base. 38 -84 ft. Hawthorn Group 38-84 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to dark yellowish and greenish gray, light to dark olive-green, variably calcareous, slightly shelly in upper part, foraminifera intermittently common throughout, plastic to crumbly, very slightly to intermittently very phosphatic; 81.583.5 ft. dolomite, phosphatized at upper surface, well-indurated at surface, moderately below, moldic porosity.

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38 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10752 Core Name: Clay Prospect #5 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S25 1/4 aac Lat/Long: 26052'45"/81040'15" Surface Elevation: 41' Core TD: 77' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-27 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, tan to medium gray, intergranular porosity, predominantly unconsolidated, iron-stained in upper part, mediumto fine-grained, clayey, trace phosphate, trace heavy minerals, abundant shell material, some present as sparry calcite-cemented coquina. 27-77 ft. Hawthorn Group 27-77 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, greenish gray, light olive, plastic to crumbly, calcareous to noncalcareous, slightly phosphatic to very phosphatic, part finely laminated; 76-77 ft., dolomite, gray to tan, very fossiliferous, phosphatized at upper surface, grades downward to slightly phosphatic.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 39 Accession No.: W-10753 Core Name: Clay Prospect #6 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S24 1/4 ddd Lat/Long: 26053'28"/81°40'26" Surface Elevation: 48' Core TD: 74' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, tan, very light purple, mediumto coarse-grained, unconsolidated, intergranular porosity, slightly iron-stained near surface, clayey, trace phosphate. Lower half predominantly unlithified coquina, marly with some clay and fine quartz sand. 31 -74 ft. Hawthorn Group 31 -74 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clay, light gray, dark greenish gray, plastic, very slightly calcareous, slightly phosphatic; 62.5-74 ft. dolomite and limestone, light gray to chalky white, intergranular and moldic porosity, poor to good induration, dolomite and micrite cement, some lenses pasty, phosphatic.

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40 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10754 Core Name: Clay Prospect #7 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S24 1/4 bbb Lat/Long: 26053'28"/81034'54" Surface Elevation: 55' Core TD: 65.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light tan, light gray to reddish brown, mediumto coarsegrained, trace phosphate. Predominantly unconsolidated coquina below 15 ft.; thin shell and light green plastic clay 25-31 ft. 31 -65.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 31 -65.5 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, medium gray, dark greenish gray, plastic, phosphatic, most quite pure, foraminifera and diatoms. 62.5-65.5 ft., dolomite: black, light gray to off-white, phosphatized at upper surface, well cemented to pasty, moldic porosity.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 41 Accession No.: W-10755 Core Name: Clay Prospect #8 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R27E S19 1/4 bbb Lat/Long: 26053'35"/81038'45" Surface Elevation: 58' Core TD: 67' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-30 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, organics in upper part, slightly clayey, 10-17 ft., shelly. Below 17 ft. predominantly unlithified to poorly indurated coquina, with minor quartz sand, marly toward base. 30-67 ft. Hawthorn Group 30-67 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to dark gray, greenish gray, some shell fragments in upper portion, calcareous to noncalcareous, plastic to blocky, slightly to highly phosphatic, some thin sand lenses, foraminifera. 65-67 ft., dolomite, conglomerate, medium to dark gray with white inclusions, phosphatic.

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42 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10756 Core Name: Clay Prospect #9 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S 1/4 intersection Lat/Long: 26054'03"/80040'45" 13-14-23-24 Core TD: 76' Surface Elevation: 52' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-36 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell (cuttings only) Quartz sand, tan, light gray, mediumto coarse-grained, slightly organic near surface, slightly shelly below 14 ft. Below 15 ft. predominantly unconsolidated coquina, minor sand, sand at 25-29 ft., slightly clayey and marly below 29 ft. 36-76 ft. Hawthorn Group 36 -76 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light yellowish gray, medium to dark greenish gray, calcareous, plastic to crumbly, very slightly phosphatic to phosphatic, intermittent very phosphatic zones, forams intermittantly common; 71 -76 ft., dolomite, phosphatized at upper surface, grades downward to dolomitic limestone, coquina, moderately to well indurated, moldic porosity, essentially no phosphate below 71.5 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 43 Accession No.: W-10757 Core Name: Clay Prospect #10 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S 1/4 Intersection Lat/Long: 26054'03"/81041'42" 14-15-22-23 Core TD: 61.5' Surface Elevation: 48' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-35.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, mediumto fineto very-fine-grained, very light gray, ironstained, slightly shelly, below 20 ft. primarily shell, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, some quartz sand, slightly clayey toward base. 35.5-61.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 35.5-61.5 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, dark to light greenish gray (lighter with depth), plastic, very slightly calcareous, slightly phosphatic, thin beds, highly phosphatic. 60-61.5 ft., dolomitic limestone, light gray, very-fine-grained, well indurated, little apparent porosity.

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44 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10758 Core Name: Clay Prospect #11 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S 1/4 Intersection Lat/Long: 26054'04"/81 42'50" 15-16-21-22 Core TD: 73' Surface Elevation: 48' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light gray, tan, very-fineto coarse-grained, slightly organic near surface, shelly 15-20 ft.; below 20 ft. shell with minor quartz sand, unlithified. 31 -73 ft. Hawthorn Group 31 -73 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light gray to dark gray, medium to dark greenish gray, calcareous to slightly calcareous, some shell in uppermost part, phosphatic to very phosphatic, plastic to crumbly; 72 -73 ft. dolomitic limestone conglomerate, highly phosphatic, pasty, clay matrix.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 45 Accession No.: W-10759 Core Name: Clay Prospect #12 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T42S R26E S6 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 26051'05"/81044'55" Surface Elevation: 34' Core TD: 41' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-41 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, light tan, medium gray, fineto medium-grained, slightly organic, iron-stained near surface, variably clayey and shelly. Limestone, brown, medium gray, poorly to well-indurated, calcite cement, moldic porosity, variably shelly, quartz sandy, recrystallized, dolomitic toward base.

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46 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10760 Core Name: Clay Prospect #13 Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 1971 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S31 1/4 ddc Lat/Long: 26051'27"/81045'12" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 94' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, off-white, tan, bright ocher, fineto coarse-grained, slightly organic near surface, shelly below 14 ft.; 2030 ft. coquina, indurated, dotomitized. 31 -94 ft. Hawthorn Group 91 -94 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to dark gray, medium to dark greenish gray, variably calcareous, shelly in upper part, plastic to crumbly, some iron sulfide above 54 ft., some selenite crystals (when samples are fresh), slightly to highly phosphatic, sandy clay to clayey sand below 86.5 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 47 Accession No.: W-10761 Core Name: Babcock Deep Core Owner: Babcock Ranch Test Driller: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/70 T41S R26E S33 1/4 ddd County: Charlotte Surface Elevation: 29' Lat/Long: 26051'29"/81 042'43" Core TD: 450' Geophysical Logs Available: G,C,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-98 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Predominantly quartz sand and shell beds, dark brown, yellowish orange, gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, fineto coarse-grained sand, variably clayey, essentially clean sand and shell from 1462 ft.; trace phosphate sand, poorly to nonindurated; 85-98 ft., silty, sandy, moldic, dolomitic limestone, trace phosphate. 98 -450 ft. Hawthorn Group 98-295 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, approximately 30 percent limestone, minor sand. Clay, light greenish gray,. yellowish gray, olive, calcareous, some shell fragments in upper part, plastic to hard, variably quartz sandy and silty, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, some thin carbonate stringers. Limestone, sandy, silty, clayey, dolomitic variably phosphatic, intergranular and moldic porosity, calcilutite, dolomite, and clay cement, poor to good induration. 295 -450 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone and dolomite, some thin clay and sand beds, gray, yellowish gray, greenish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, pasty, slightly to very phosphatic, quartz sandy, silty, variably clayey, some mollusc shells, mollusc molds, some foraminifera, some thin silt and sand stringers.

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48 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-11489 Core Name: Babcock "A" Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 9/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S12 1/4 aab Lat/Long: 26055'45"/81040'12" Surface Elevation: 60' Core TD: 71' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 030 ft. No Samples 30-71 ft. Hawthorn Group 30-71 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light tan, light to medium greenish gray, dark gray, yellowish gray, quartz sandy, intermittently phosphatic to very phosphatic, calcareous, slightly shelly 3032 ft., abundant foraminifera. Below 60 ft., dolomite coquina grading downward to moldic dolomite, moderate brown, dark gray to light orange, uppermost portion phosphatized, moderately to well indurated, dolomite and calcite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, dolomite crystal size very fine to microcrystalline.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 49 Accession No.: W-11490 Core Name: Babcock "B" Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 9/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S11 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 26055'50"/81 °40'45" Surface Elevation: 57' Core TD: 69' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-30 ft. No Samples 30-69 ft. Hawthorn Group 30-69 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, yellowish gray, gray-brown, olive to dark olive-green, moderate to poor induration, clayey cement, plastic to crumbly, upper part very calcareous, pasty, slightly shelly, phosphatic, abundant foraminifera. Below 64 ft., dolomite to dolomitic limestone, grayish black to very light orange, uppermost 6-8 inches phosphatized. Coquina, well indurated, intergranular to moldic porosity.

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50 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-11491 Core Name: Babcock "C" Owner: Babcock Ranch Date Drilled: 9/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R26E S9 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 26055'49"/81043'00" Surface Elevation: 47' Core TD: 90' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 048 ft. No Samples 48 -90 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light to medium brown, light tan, very light olive-green, upper part calcareous to very calcareous, variably quartz sandy, phosphatic to very phosphatic, slightly shelly at top, abundant foraminifera. 87.5-90 ft., phosphatic dolomite to dolomitic limestone, well indurated, grayish black to very light gray, very fossiliferous, moldic porosity.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 51 Accession No.: W-11669 Core Name: Farabee #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T40S R26E S3 1/4 bdcc Lat/Long: 27001'10"/81 042'30" Surface Elevation: 48' Core TD: 540' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-36 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, gray, brownish gray, ocher, poor induration, clay and iron cement, intergranular porosity, fine-grained, shelly to very shelly below 10.5 ft. (molluscs, gastropods, oysters), clayey, trace phosphate sand at base. 30 percent dark gray, well indurated, quartz sandy, dolomite pebbles from 28 -36 ft. 36-540 ft. Hawthorn Group 36-205 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, silt and sandy dolomite. Clay, olive-green, light tan, gray, variably phosphatic, slightly shelly, dolomitic, micritic, variably quartz sandy and silty. Thick carbonate section at 66-128 ft., primarily dolomite and very dolomitic clay, upper surface phosphatized, dark gray, black, creamy white, very light orange, moderately to well indurated, dolomite, calcilutite, and clay cement, often dolomite coquina, moldic porosity, variably phosphatic, silty and clayey. Gradational lower contact. 205 -540 ft. Arcadia Formation Undifferentiated Primarily dolomite and limestone, light to medium gray and very light orange, intergranular and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, clay, dolomite, calcilutite, and sparry calcite cement, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, variably quartz sandy, mollusc and gastropod molds, foraminifera, very recrystallized below 510 ft.

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52 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-11907 Core Name: Camp Miles #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/73 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Charlotte T41S R25E S5 1/4 center Lat/Long: 26°56'19"/81050'00" Surface Elevation: 39' Core TD: 621' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 0 -32.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fineto medium-grained, becomes clayey with depth, unconsolidated to poor induration, grayish brown. Limestone and shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor to moderate induration, yellowish to gray to white, fossiliferous. 32.5621 ft. Hawthorn Group 32.5186 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Clay, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 186 -472 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 472621 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fineto medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Limestone and dolomite as in upper member.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 53 Accession No.: W-15289 Core Name: Romp TR 1-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/83 Driller: SWFWMD County: Charlotte T42S R23E S11 1/4 dba Lat/Long: 26050'26"/81 58'54" Surface Elevation: 26' Core TD: 695' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 0-42 ft. No Samples 42 -695 ft. Hawthorn Group 42 -169 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Poor samples, pick from log by G. Henderson. 169-639 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 639 -695 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fineto medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Limestone as in upper member.

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54 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15332 Core Name: Romp 3-1 Owner: SWFWMD/lndian Village Date Drilled: Driller: SWFWMD County: Charlotte T41S R21E S5 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 26056'15"/82013'50" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 603.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-25.5 ft. No Samples 25.5-603.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 25.5-603.5 ft. Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite, cream, very light gray, gray, poorly to well indurated, dolomite, micrite, and clay cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, predominantly noncrystalline, variably quartz and phosphate sandy to very sandy; 25.5-46.1 ft. intermittently variable to quartz and phosphate sandstone with dolomite cement, possible Peace River Formation, Tampa Member at 251 ft.: limestone white to cream, very slightly phosphate sandy, quartz sandy to very sandy, intergranular and mold porosity, calcilutitic. Tampa and Arcadia lithologies interbedded to 403 ft. Below 403 ft., becomes more clayey (calcareous) more quartz sandy, poorer average induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 55 Accession No.: W-15333 Core Name: Romp TR 2-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: Driller: County: Charlotte T40S R22E S32 1/4 b Lat/Long: 26057'30"/82007'30" Surface Elevation: 2' Core TD: 689' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-97.5 ft. No Samples 97.5666 ft. Hawthorn Group 97.5134 ft. Peace River Formation Dolomite, grayish-brown, light gray, very light orange, poor to moderate induration, intergranular porosity, very-fine-grained, sucrosic, phosphate sandy, quartz sandy to very sandy, transitional to less phosphatic, more clayey, poorly indurated dolosilt, very slightly quartz sandy. 134-666 ft. Arcadia Formation 134-279 ft., predominantly dolomite, very light gray, gray, creamy white and pale brown, moderately to well indurated, dolomite and calcilutite cement, some sparry calcite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, primarily silt size, slightly to very phosphatic, quartz sandy to very sandy, some beds quartz and phosphate sand with dolomite and clay cement, mollusc molds, Bryozoa molds. 279 ft., Tampa Member top. Tampa and upper Arcadia lithologies alternate to 391 ft. Limestone, creamy white, moderate to well indurated, calcilutite cement, slightly phosphatic, slightly to very quartz sandy, intergranular and mold porosity, calcilutite, some sparry calcite, mollusc, gastropod, and foraminifera molds, parts bioturbated. Above lithology alternates with light gray, light brownish gray dolomite, variably quartz and phosphate sandy, some sand beds. 397-666 ft., primarily dolomite, poor to well indurated, dolomite and clay cement, cryptocrystalline to very-fine-grained, variable alteration, slightly to very quartz and phosphate sandy, some greenish gray clay beds and poorly indurated dolosilt, and clay beds. 666 -689 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, creamy white, very slightly yellowish-gray, moderately to well indurated, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, calcilutite cement, slightly quartz sandy at top, granular, grain size very fine to coarse, allochems high, grain types skeletal biogenic, crystal, some calcilutite, some portions recrystallized.

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56 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12362 Core Name: Homosassa Springs #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 11/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Citrus T19S R17E S30 1/4 center Lat/Long: 28047'50"/82037'30" Surface Elevation: 2' Core TD: 449' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 02.5 ft. No Samples 2.568 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white, cream, pinkish brown, moderately yellowish brown, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, moderately to well indurated, calcite and dolomite cement, calcarenite, biogenic, foraminifera, mollusc, and gastropod, fragments and echinoid fragments, bryozoans, some dwarfed Lepidocylina sp. in upper part, also Gypsina globula, lower part extensively dolomitized, basal pick questionable. 68449 ft. Avon Park Limestone Dolomite variable to limestone, white, cream, light to dark gray, light to dark brown, intergranular and moldic porosity, uppermost part extensively dolomitized, pick uncertain, variable organic-rich layers, granular with calcilutite matrix, calcilutitic to recrystallized, dolomite powdery to sucrosic to densely noncrystalline, abundant foraminiferal tests, mollusc and gastropod molds, echinoid fragments.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 57 Accession No.: W-13863 Core Name: Romp 114 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/78 Driller: SWFWMD County: Citrus T18S R17E S23 1/4 cca Lat/Long: 29053'55"/82034'O0" Surface Elevation: 8' Core TD: 307' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-29.5 ft. No Samples 29.5-88 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Dolomite variable to limestone, white, cream, light gray, light to medium yellowish brown, well indurated, calcite and dolomite cement, intergranular, intragranular and moldic porosity. Dolomite, microcrystalline to very-fine-grained, micromoldic, sucrosic. Limestone, foraminiferal coquina, sparry calcite cement, fineto coarse-grained. 88 -307 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone and dolomite, white to cream, yellowish gray, medium brown, sparry calcite, dolomite and calcilutite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, calcilutitic, poorly to well indurated, variably recrystallized. Dolomite, powdery to sucrosic, some thinly bedded organic-rich zones.

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58 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14671 Core Name: Romp TR 21-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/79 Driller: SWFWMD County: Citrus T19S R17E S4 1/4 bac Lat/Long: 28051'12"/82035'28" Surface Elevation: 5' Core TD: 200' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 G. Strasser (SWFWMD) 010 ft. No Samples Surficial sands according to SWFWMD log. 10 -86 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, variable to dolomite, white, cream, to light brown, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, moderately to well indurated, sparry calcite to dolomite cement, calcarenite, mediumto fine-grained, foraminiferal coquina, becomes more highly recrystallized towards base, volume of cement increases (porosity decreases) with depth, molluscs, gastropods, foraminifera, echinoids and algal balls. 86200 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomite, white to cream, light gray to light brown, intergranular and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, dolomite and calcilutite cement, some sparry calcite cement, cryptocrystalline to fine-grained, calcilutitic matrix. Limestone, calcilutitic to recrystallized, dolomite often powdery to sucrosic, foraminifera-rich, organic flecks.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 59 Accession No.: W-14885 Core Name: Romp TR 21-3 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 4/81 Driller: SWFWMD County: Citrus T18S R17E S34 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 28052'30"/82o34'19" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 370' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,R,T,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 SWFWMD 0-32 ft. No Samples Sand according to SWFWMD log. 32-97 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white, cream, yellowish brown, moderately to well indurated, sparry calcite cement, intergranular, intragranular and moldic porosity, predominantly fineto medium-grained, foraminifera calcarenite, variably recrystallized to extremely recrystallized, increasing with depth, mostly micromoldic porosity above 60 ft. Foraminifera, molluscs, gastropods and echinoids. 97370 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomite, white, creamy, light gray, grayish brown, poor to well indurated, calcilutite, dolomite and sparry calcite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, cryptocrystalline to finegrained, calcilutite matrix, slightly to completely recrystallized, dolomite powdery to sucrosic, some. finely divided organic material and thinly laminated organic-rich zones. Minor gypsum present at 344 ft.

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60 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10481 Core Name: Union Camp #1 Owner: Union Camp Corporation Date Drilled: 6/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T7S R26E S21 1/4 Lat/Long: 29052'26"/81042'15" Surface Elevation: 100' Core TD: 108' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 3/84 0 -108 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Quartz sand, nonclayey to clayey, nonindurated to poorly indurated, fine to coarse, heavy minerals, scattered thin clay.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 61 Accession No.: W-10488 Core Name: Dupont #1 Owner: Dupont Corporation Date Drilled: 5/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T6S R23E S31 1/4 cdbd Lat/Long: 29055'40"/82002'00" Surface Elevation: 239' Core TD: 332' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0-140.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base, organic-rich zones, occasional sandy clay beds. 140.5-315 ft. Hawthorn Group 140.5 -206.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly dolomite with clay, and quartz sand, Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 206.5 -282.5 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 282.5-315 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite with sand and clay. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 315-332 ft. Ocala Group 315332 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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62 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10489 Core Name: Dupont #2 Owner: Dupont Corporation Date Drilled: 6/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T5S R23E S19 1/4 dbbd Lat/Long: 30002'47"/82002'02" Surface Elevation: 206' Core TD: 145.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: C.W. Hendry, Jr. Date: 1968,1984 & T. Scott 0 -143 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace to abundant heavy minerals. 143145.5 ft. Hawthorn Group (?) 143145.5 ft. Charlton Member(?)/Coosawhatchie Formation(?) Clay and fossil moldic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 63 Accession No.: W-13769 Core Name: Harris #1 Owner: Mr. Harris Date Drilled: 12/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T6S R25E S7 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 29059'02"/81050'03" Surface Elevation: 97' Core TD: 319' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1978 060 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 60-302 ft. Hawthorn Group 60171 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 171 -215 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite is most abundant. 215-302 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predomi1nantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive gray to olive, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, i sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good indura! tion. 302 -319 ft. Ocala Group 302319 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderately recrystallized.

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64 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14179 Core Name: Longbranch #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T4S R23E S16 1/4 aad Lat/Long: 30008'55"/82000'26" Surface Elevation: 86' Core TD: 320' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0 -40 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and clayey sand with trace of heavy minerals. 40 -292 ft. Hawthorn Group 40 -68 ft. Chariton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Clayey sand and sandy clay with calcilutite matrix. Limestone, sandy, clayey with mollusk molds. Limestone is predominant. 68142 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 142224 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray to light gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 224 -292 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 292320 ft. Ocala Group 292 -320 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, Bryozoan facies, moderately recrystallized.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 65 Accession No.: W-14193 Core Name: Fox Meadows #1 Owner: Mr. Philips Date Drilled: 2/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T4S R25E S13 1/4 bac Lat/Long: 30009'06"/81045'37" Surface Elevation: 50' Core TD: 357' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0 -70 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, sandy, clayey shell bed and limestone at base, fossiliferous. 70-325 ft. Hawthorn Group 70180 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite in very thin beds, finely crystalline to microcrystalline. 180 -236 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, microcrystalline to very fine. Quartz sand, yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Few thin limestone beds. 236-325 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration, microcrystalline. 325 -357 ft. Ocala Group 325-357 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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66 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14219 Core Name: Jennings #1 Owner: Mr. Jennings Date Drilled: 3/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T4S R24E S27 1/4 ddd Lat/Long: 30006'55"/81052'57" Surface Elevation: 90' Core TD: 492' Geophysical Logs Available: E,G,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 060 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 60 -430 ft. Hawthorn Group 60 -179 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcilutite. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 179280 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 280-430 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 430 -492 ft. Ocala Group 430492 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 67 Accession No.: W-14301 Core Name: Valldejul #1 Owner: Mr. Valldejul Date Drilled: 7/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T7S R24E S20 1/4 cbc Lat/Long: 29°52'04"/81055'16" Surface Elevation: 165' Core TD: 252' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0-80 ft. Undifferentiated Sand, white to dark yellowish brown, fineto medium-grained, nonclayey to clayey, minor phosphate near base, unconsolidated to poor induration. 80-229 ft. Hawthorn Group 80143 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly sand with dolomite beds. Sand, light olive-gray to olivegray, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, moderate induration, few fossil molds. 143157 ft. Marks Head Formation Dolomite and sand. Dolomite, light gray, sandy, phosphatic, moderate induration. Some sand, light olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration. 157229 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay in upper portion, dolomite dominant in lower part. Sand, olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration. Clay, olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, light gray to olive-gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, moderate to good induration, few fossil molds. 229-252 ft. Ocala Group 229-252 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, calcarenitic with calcilutite matrix.

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68 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14476 Core Name: Kuhrt #1 Owner: Mr. Kuhrt Date Drilled: 1/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T6S R26E S17 1/4 bba Lat/Long: 29058'58"/81043'25" Surface Elevation: 62' Core TD: 425' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott & Date: 1980 B.A. Reik 0114 ft. Undifferentiated Sand, clay and shell beds. Quartz sand, 0-65 ft., yellowish brown -to light olive-gray, fineto medium-grained, variably clayey, silty, unconsolidated to poorly indurated. Shell beds, 65-114 ft., with interbedded sand and clay. Shell beds, light olive-gray, sandy, clayey, minor phosphate, mollusk-rich. Sand as 065 ft. Clay, olive-gray, sand, calcareous, fossiliferous, poor induration. 114-403 ft. Hawthorn Group 114235 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Interbedded dolomite and sand, dolomite most abundant in upper portion, sand in lower part. Dolomite, yellowish gray, variably sandy to 50 percent, clayey to nonclayey, phosphatic, occasional fossil molds, poor to good induration. Sand, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, fineto medium-grained, phosphatic, clayey, dolomitic, poor induration. Few clay beds. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, variably dolomitic, poor induration. 235293 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, clay and sand. Dolomite, yellowish brown to grayish brown, sandy, variably clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, fossil molds. Clay, grayish olive to light olive-gray, silty, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor induration. Sand, light olive-gray to moderate brown, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration. 293403 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite, clay and sand. Dolomite most common in lower portion. Dolomite, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, zones of clay clasts, brecciated zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Dolomite grades into limestone in scattered zones. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic and dolomitic, poor to moderate induration. Sand, fineto coarse-grained, dark yellowish brown to light olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 69 403425 ft. Ocala Group 403 -425 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, calcarenite with calcilitute matrix, moderate to good induration, medium to high recrystallization, abundant fossils, foraminifera, bryozoans, mollusks, fossil molds.

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70 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14521 Core Name: Ms. J. #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Clay T7S R26E S36 1/4 ccc Lat/Long: 29050'29"/81 039'48" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 385' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott & Date: 1982 B.A. Reik 0140 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, 0-55 ft., yellowish brown to moderate brown, clayey, fineto medium-grained, poor induration. Interbedded, clayey, calcareous, quartz sand and sandy, calcareous clay; 55140 ft., abundant fossils, varies to very sandy, clayey shell bed. 140353 ft. Hawthorn Group 140 -147 ft. Charlton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Dolomite, grayish yellow, very sandy, slightly phosphatic, abundant fossil molds, moderate induration. 147 -215 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Interbedded dolomite and sand with scattered clay beds, more dolomite in upper portion. Dolomite, yellowish gray to very light orange, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, fossil molds, moderate induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, dolomitic, moderate induration. 215 -274 ft. Marks Head Formation Clay with interbedded dolomite and sand. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, olive-gray to light olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, moderate to good induration. Sand, olive-gray to grayish olive, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, moderate induration. 274 -353 ft. Penney Farms Formation Upper portion predominantly sand with clay interbeds. Lower portion predominantly dolomite with sand beds. Quartz sand, olive-gray to dark yellowish brown, dolomitic, phosphatic and clayey, moderate to good induration. Clay, dark yellowish brown to olive-gray, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, moderate to good induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 71 353-385 ft. Ocala Group 353 -385 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, calcarenite, calcilutite matrix, moderate induration, low to high recrystallization, abundant fossils, foraminifera, mollusks, Bryozoans.

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72 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14003 Core Name: Collier County B-5 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Pridgen and Davis County: Collier T49S R26E S3 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 260°14'27"/82042'01" Surface Elevation: 13' Core TD: 180' Geophysical Logs Available: R,T,N,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984 0-8 ft. No Samples 816 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clayey Sand White to light gray to very pale orange, poorly indurated, clayey sand. 16 -86 ft. Tamiami Formation White to very light gray, moldic, poorly to moderately indurated, calcareous mud underlain by white to very light gray, moderately well indurated, shelly or moldic limestone. Phosphate is present in trace amounts. 86180 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Very pale orange to yellowish gray, poorly indurated, calcareous sand interbedded with white to medium gray, well to moderately indurated limestone which is shelly or sandy and contains trace phosphate. They are underlain by pinkish gray to yellowish gray or white, poorly indurated to unconsolidated sand which contains shell layers and trace phosphate.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 73 Accession No.: W-14302 Core Name: Collier County B-6 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Pridgen and Davis County: Collier T48S R26E S30 1/4 aca Lat/Long: 26016'20"/82045'08" Surface Elevation: 12' Core TD: 172' Geophysical Logs Available: R,T,N,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 10172 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Very pale orange to yellowish gray, unconsolidated to poorly indurated limestone, 10-65 ft. At the lowest part of this interval, thin, white to very pale orange, well indurated, moldic limestone occurs. This interval generally contains trace amounts of phosphate with one 5-foot interval containing appreciable, coarse-grained phosphate. White to very light gray to yellowish gray, poorly-sorted, clastic unit consisting of quartz sand to granules as well as phosphate grains in a calcareous mud matrix (65172 ft.), underlain by a white to very pale orange, well indurated, shelly limestone which is in turn underlain by white to yellowish gray, poorly indurated, calcareous, quartz sand. The lower part of the interval consists of white to very pale yellow dolosilts with phosphate, yellowish to light olive-gray, calcareous to dolomitic clay containing sand, phosphate and shell and white to very light gray, calcareous, poorly indurated, calcareous mud with minor sand and phosphate grains.

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74 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15274 Core Name: Collier County B-7 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Prigden and Davis County: Collier T49S R26E S12 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 26012'42"/82046'03" Surface Elevation: 12' Core TD: 180' Geophysical Logs Available: R,T,N,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 10 -92 ft. Tamiami Formation The upper portion of this interval is composed of poorly indurated, very pale orange, sandy, calcareous mud with minor shell fragments and phosphate grains. The lower 50 ft. of this interval is composed of limestone which varies from well indurated, moldic, fossiliferous limestone to white, shelly, sandy limestone, poorly indurated shell hash and poorly indurated, calcareous mud. 92180 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Unconsolidated, very pale orange to very light gray or yellowish gray, calcareous sand containing trace phosphate and minor shell is underlain by white to very light gray, fossiliferous, moldic, moderately indurated, sandy limestone, with minor calcareous mud. Just beneath this interval is a thin, phosphatic, slightly shelly, moldic sand to clayey sand. The lowest part of this interval is composed of light olive-gray, sandy clay, poorly consolidated to moderately well indurated. Clay is calcareous and contains trace phosphate. Some intervals are extremely shelly.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 75 Accession No.: W-15275 Core Name: Collier County B-8 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 9/78 Driller: Pridgen and Davis County: Collier T49S R25E S36 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 26009'18"/81 °45'33" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 120' Geophysical Logs Available: R,T,N,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 10 -90 ft. Tamiami Formation Pale orange to light gray, fossiliferous, well indurated limestone underlain by white to very light gray, sandy limestone which may vary in induration from poorly to well indurated. These rocks are underlain by calcareous, poorly indurated, white to very light gray sand and sandy limestone which are very light gray to yellowish gray and include some well indurated shell hash. 90120 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Yellowish gray to very light gray, poorly indurated, calcareous sand underlain by white to light gray, moldic, shelly limestone. These rocks are underlain by very pale orange to very light gray, calcareous, poorly indurated sand and very light gray, well indurated, moldic, dolomitic sandstone. A trace of phosphate is in this interval.

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76 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15557 Core Name: Janet #1 Owner: GAC Realty Trust Date Drilled: 10/82 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Collier T48S R27E S23 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 26017'09"/81035'35" Surface Elevation: 25' Core TD: 352' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond & Date: 1984 M. Knapp 015 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Shell Grayish orange to yellowish orange, unconsolidated sand containing 2-10 percent calcilutite. A poorly indurated white to grayish brown shell layer comprises the lower 5 ft. of this interval. 15-35 ft. Tamiami Formation Light orange to grayish brown to white limestone which varies from poorly indurated to well indurated. Accessory quartz sand varies from 210 percent and fossil molds and fragments are common. 35-352 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Calcareous clay lying above interbedded, poorly indurated, yellowish gray silt; poorly indurated, yellowish gray dolomite; white to light gray or orange, variably indurated limestone; unconsolidated shell beds; unconsolidated to poorly indurated sand; moderately indurated sandstone; and light orange to light gray, variably indurated dolostone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 77 Accession No.: W-7171 Core Name: Suwannee River #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Columbia T1N R16E S10 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30030'36"/82042'39" Surface Elevation: 110' Core TD: 166' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1974 R. Colton 0-8 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, white to grayish brown, clayey, quartz sand. 8165 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, light gray to greenish gray, phosphatic, clayey, vugular dolostone. Intervals of clay, sand, and chert present. 165166 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light orange, crystalline, recrystallized, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include foraminifera.

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78 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13809 Core Name: Osceola Natl. Forest #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Columbia T2S R17E S11 1/4 bba Lat/Long: 30020'13"/82035'08" Surface Elevation: 120' Core TD: 227' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0-27 ft. No Samples 27178 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Interbedded quartz sand, clay and dolomite. Quartz sand, fineto coarsegrained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor induration. Clay, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, silty, poor to moderate induration. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Occasional fossil molds. 178 -227 ft. Ocala Group 178 -227 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, packstone, poor to good induration, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 79 Accession No.: W-15162 Core Name: ONF #3, Schuter #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 2/76 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey County: Columbia T2S R17E S23 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30018'23"/82035'13" Surface Elevation: 135' Core TD: 167.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0-23 ft. No Samples 23164 ft. Hawthorn Group 23-69 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic, calcareous. 69 -96 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded sand and clay. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 96164 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member, predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very. fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 164167.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, grainstone to packstone, good induration, grayish brown, fossiliferous.

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80 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12050 Core Name: Houghland #1-Ct Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/73 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R26E S16 1/4 da Lat/Long: 27010'00"/81°43'11" Surface Elevation: 62' Core TD: 600' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 021 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Quartz sand, very-fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poor induration, clayey, white, grayish brown. 21-582 ft. Hawthorn Group 21 -159 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, very-fineto very-coarsegrained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. 159259 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 259 -365 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. 356 -582 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fineto medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Carbonate as in upper member. 582 -600 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, wackestone to packstone, moderate induration, medium recrystallization, white, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 81 Accession No.: W-12236 Core Name: DeSoto #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T37S R25E S5 1/4 cad Lat/Long: 27017'15"/81049'55" Surface Elevation: 68' Core TD: 104' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 P. MacGill 0-22 ft. Surficial Sands and Clay Quartz sand, very light orange to dark yellowish brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay cement 8 -12 percent in lower 6 ft. of interval, grain size medium to fine, size range fine to coarse, angular to subangular, organics and some peat, 20 percent hematite at 6 -17.8 ft., trace heavy minerals, manganese-oxide-stained. 22-104 ft. Hawthorn Group 22 -99 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, dark yellowish brown, grayish orange, light olive-gray, intergranular porosity, clay cement (10-30 percent), poor induration, fineto coarse-grained, size range fine to gravel, rounded, phosphate sandy 1 -25 percent, phosphate gravel 0-25 percent, laminated, some mineral oxide and trace heavy minerals. Clay, very light orange, light olive-gray, intergranular porosity, poor to moderate induration, clay and calcilutite cement, some clay beds, plastic, variably laminated and bioturbated, variably quartz sandy (0 -20 percent), variably phosphate sandy (3-20 percent), some phosphate gravel, calcilutite (0-20 percent). 99104 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite and limestone, very light orange, very light gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, good induration, dolomite and calcilutite cement, cryptocrystalline to microcrystalline, grain type: anhedral dolomite grains, calcilutite, skeletal, slightly clayey, quartz and phosphate sandy (5-10 percent), molluscs.

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82 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12237 Core Name: DeSoto #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R24E S23 1/4 add Lat/Long: 27°09'25"/81052'47" Surface Elevation: 53' Core TD: 137' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 P. MacGill 0-20 ft. Surficial Sands Quartz sand, very light orange, grayish brown, blackish red, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay and iron cement, very-fineto mediumgrained, subangular, organic-rich in upper 7 feet, trace mineral oxide, 1015 ft., iron cement (50 percent), clayey in lower part (15-20 percent), trace phosphate sand, laminated, bioturbated. 20 -137 ft. Hawthorn Group 2052 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, yellowish green, intergranular porosity, poor induration, clay cement, bioturbated, laminated, phosphate sandy, up to 5 percent phosphate gravel, clay 1520 percent. 52137 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite 5290 ft., very light orange, yellowish gray, moldic and intergranular porosity, dolomite and sparry calcite cement, good induration, moderate alteration, anhedral to euhedral, microcrystalline, quartz sandy (10-20 percent), phosphate sandy (10-20 percent), sparry calcite 15 percent, clay 10 percent, lowermost 2 feet with burrowed thin calcilutite layers. Limestone 90137 ft., very light orange, yellowish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, grain size cryptocrystalline, range cryptocrystalline to gravel, grain type calcilutite, skeletal, intraclast, allochems 0-50 percent, moderate to good induration, calcilutite and dolomite cement, variable quartz sandy (010 percent), some intervals very silty (20-45 percent), phosphate sandy (1015 percent), phosphate gravel up to 10 percent, clayey to very clayey, grades into clay at 109 -113 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 83 Accession No.: W-12242 Core Name: DeSoto #3 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R25E S27 1/4 da Lat/Long: 27008'30"/81048'20" Surface Elevation: 51' Core TD; 118' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 P. MacGill 0-7 ft. Surficial Sand and Shell Quartz sand, very light orange, dark grayish yellow, intergranular porosity, fine-grained, range very fine to medium, nonindurated, angular to subangular, some organics in upper part, iron-stained in part, clay 1 -15 percent. Limestone 4.3-7.0 ft., yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, grain type biogenic, skeletal, crystal size range cryptocrystalline to gravel, 40 percent allochems, moderately indurated, clay and sparry cement, 40 percent quartz sand, 30 percent sparry calcite, 50 percent clay, molluscs. 7118 ft. Hawthorn Group 7-62 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand and clay, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, nonindurated (sand) to poorly indurated (clay), fineto coarse-grained, size range fine to gravel, 917.5 ft. phosphate gravel 50 percent and phosphate sand 30 percent, remainder of interval variably phosphate sandy (2-20 percent), phosphate gravelly (0-20 percent), clayey (0-20 percent); 4362 ft. is clay (silty calcilutite, plastic), molluscs. 62 -118 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone, variable to dolomite, sand from 81 -90 ft. Limestone, very light orange, yellowish gray, moldic, intergranular porosity, poor to good induration, clay, calcilutite, and sparry calcite cement, grain size fine to coarse, size range fine to granule, grain types intraclast, skeletal, calcilutite, 8-80 percent allochems, quartz sandy (515 percent), phosphate sandy (2-18 percent), cement 5-15 percent, molluscs, Bryozoa, pelecypods, gastropods and barnacles; 108.5-118 ft. dolomite, olive-gray, intergranular porosity, dolomite and calcilutite cement, low alteration, anhedral, cryptocrystalline, slightly clayey and quartz sandy, 15 percent phosphate sand.

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84 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12243 Core Name: DeSoto #4 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T39S R24E S18 1/4 dcb Lat/Long: 27005'15"/81o56'50" Surface Elevation: 42' Core TD: 72' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 P. MacGill 0-21 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, light orange, light gray, intergranular porosity, poorly to nonindurated, clay and iron cement, medium-grained, organic in upper part, iron-stained, clayey, trace phosphate sand. 21 -72 ft. Hawthorn Group 21 -66 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily quartz sand, some dolomite below 55 ft., white to olive-gray, primarily poor to rare good induration, clay and dolomite cement, quartz sandy, phosphatic, clayey, bioturbated, molluscs. 6672 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, pale yellowish orange, very pale orange, moderate to good induration, dolomite cement, intergranular to moldic porosity, quartz sandy to very quartz sandy, phosphatic to very phosphatic. Interval is Arcadia lithology but pick is uncertain due to thin interval penetrated.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 85 Accession No.: W-12244 Core Name: DeSoto #5 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T39S R23E S3 1/4 ccb Lat/Long: 27007'00"/81 °59'57" Surface Elevation: 36' Core TD: 80' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 P. MacGill 0-26 ft. Surficial Sand White, light yellowish orange, yellow-gray, brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, fineto medium-grained, range fine to gravel, subangular, some iron-stained, slightly clayey. 26 -80 ft. Hawthorn Group 2658 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz and phosphate sand, yellowish gray, light olive-green, intergranular porosity, poor induration, clay cement, grain size fine to medium, range fine to gravel, quartz sand, angular, phosphate sand and gravel (1 -30 percent) increasing downward. Clay, 15 percent, bioturbated. 58 -80 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, dolomite and clay. Limestone, very light orange, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, grain type calcilutite and cryptocrystalline, moderate to good induration, calcilutite and dolomite cement, no allochems, clayey (3-20 percent), quartz silty and sandy (3-30 percent), trace mica, bioturbated. Clay, olive-green, plastic, moderate induration. Dolomite, very light orange, intergranular, moldic and vugular porosity, slightly altered, anhedral, grain size very fine, range microcrystalline to very fine, moderate induration, organic and calcilutite cement, quartz sandy (15 percent), phosphate sandy (10 percent), becomes less calcareous and indurated and more quartz sandy with depth.

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86 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12245 Core Name: DeSoto #6 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T38S R23E S1 1/4 aba Lat/Long: 27°12'15"/81°58'37" Surface Elevation: 43' Core TD: 90' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 P. MacGill 010 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white, dark red, brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, iron cement, fine-grained, range fine to coarse, angular in upper 3 ft., subangular to rounded in remainder, organics in upper part, 2 percent clay in lower part. 10 -90 ft. Hawthorn Group 10 -90 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, limestone, dolomite and clay. Quartz sand, very light orange, yellow-gray, intergranular porosity, mediumto fine-grained, range fine to coarse, angular to rounded, nonindurated, clayey, phosphate sandy and gravelly. Limestone, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, calcilutite, no allochems, poorly indurated, calcilutite and clay cement, 40 percent phosphate gravel, 15 percent silt, 10 percent clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, very light orange, intergranular, moldic, vugular porosity, low to medium alternation, anhedral to subhedral grains, microcrystalline, good induration, dolomite, calcilutite cement, quartz sandy to very sandy, 3.5 percent phosphate sand, molluscs at base of interval. Clay, yellow-gray, moderately indurated, quartz sandy and silty.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 87 Accession No.: W-12311 Core Name: DeSoto #7 Owner: Tropical River Groves/L. Date Drilled: 6/74 Honea County: DeSoto Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 27013'30"/81 35'28" T37S R27E S26 1/4 cdcc Core TD: 172' Surface Elevation: 83' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 P. MacGill 0-22.5 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white, medium brown, black, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, fine-grained, range fine to medium, angular, 2 percent clay, trace iron-stain except upper 5 feet. 22.5-172 ft. Hawthorn Group 22.5155 ft. Peace River Formation Interbedded quartz sand, clay, limestone and thin dolomite beds. Quartz sand, white, light olive-gray, medium brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay cement, fine-grained, range fine to gravel, angular to rounded, slightly phosphate sandy, very phosphate gravelly (30 percent) at 24-26 ft., slightly to very clayey, some molluscs. Clay, light olive-gray, olive-gray, intergranular and unobservable porosity, medium to poor induration, clay cement, plastic, laminated, some interbedded with thin sand beds, slightly to very quartz sandy, upper beds slightly phosphatic, some molluscs. Limestone, yellowish gray, shell hash, very clayey, some lenses of clay, clay 30 percent, quartz sand 15 percent, poor induration. Dolomite, medium dark gray, intergranular porosity, good induration, dolomite and calcilutite cement, poorly altered, anhedral, microcrystalline, quartz sandy (10 percent). 155172 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone and dolomite, very light orange, intergranular, moldic and vugular porosity, dolomite and calcilutite cement, moderate to good induration. 25 percent phosphate gravel, 10-15 percent quartz sand, 10 percent clay, molluscs. Dolomite is limy, anhedral, very-fine-grained. Limestone is dolomitic, calcilutite and skeletal grains, 25 percent allochems.

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88 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12312 Core Name: DeSoto #8 Owner: Montgomery Ranch/J. Date Drilled: 6/74 Smith County: DeSoto Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 27004'05"/81 033'56" T39S R27E S24 1/4 abbd Core TD: 96' Surface Elevation: 75' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 P. MacGill 015 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, very light orange, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, medium-grained, slightly clayey, iron-stained. 15-96 ft. Hawthorn Group 15-83 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly quartz sand, some thin clay beds. Sand, white, yellow, gray, medium brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay cement where indurated, grain size variable very fine to coarse, variably clayey, quartz sandy, phosphate sandy and gravelly and calcilutitic, mollusc and echinoid fragments abundant, some phosphatized. 8396 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Dolomite and limestone, very light orange, white, intergranular and moldic porosity, good induration, calcilutite, dolomite, and sparry calcite cement, clayey and to very clayey, slightly quartz sandy and phosphatic, upper surface phosphatized, molluscs.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 89 Accession No.: W-12908 Core Name: Tropical River Groves Owner: Tropical River Groves Date Drilled: 10/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T37S R27E S4 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 27017'40"/81037'40" Surface Elevation: 91' Core TD: 303' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 P. MacGill 0 -40 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white, yellowish gray, grayish orange, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, very-fineto medium-grained, trace heavy minerals and peat. 40 -303 ft. Hawthorn Group 40-146.3 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly quartz sand, minor clay and dolomite beds toward base. Sand, yellowish gray, yellowish brown, very light orange, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to well indurated, dolomite and clay cement, variably dolomitic, clayey, phosphate sandy and pebbly to very phosphatic. 146.3283 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone and dolomite, occasional thin quartz sand and clay. Limestone and dolomite, white, very light orange, greenish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, moderate to good induration, calcilutite and dolomite cement, variably quartz sandy, phosphatic and clayey, mollusc and Bryozoa fragments. 283 -303 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Quartz sand and clay, grayish green, olive-green, intergranular and moldic porosity, moderate induration, clay cement, calcareous, phosphatic.

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90 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12909 Core Name: Bevis #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T37S R26E S30 1/4 cda Lat/Long: 27014'20"/81045'30" Surface Elevation: 66' Core TD: 300' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 C. Coleman 0-23 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white, brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poorly indurated, clay cement, very-fine to medium-grained, slightly clayey, silty, iron-stained. 23300 ft. Hawthorn Group 23 -104 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay, minor thin dolomite beds. Sand, grayish brown, olive-gray, intergranular porosity, poor to nonindurated, clay cement, variably clayey, quartz silty, phosphatic and calcareous. 104 -230 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite and limestone, minor thin clay and sand beds. Dolomite and limestone, yellowish gray, white, intergranular, moldic, granular porosity, moderate to good induration, dolomite and calcilutite cement, variably phosphatic, clayey and quartz sandy, fossil molds, molluscs. 230 -294 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone and dolomite, scattered thin shell beds. Limestone and dolomite, brown, white, yellow, gray, intergranular, moldic, very angular, porosity, moderate to good induration, calcilutite cement, slightly clayey, variably quartz and slightly phosphate sandy, some silicification, molluscs, fossil molds. 294 -300 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Quartz sand, white, intergranular porosity, fine-grained silicic cement, dolomitic, moderate to good induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 91 Accession No.: W-12948 Core Name: Morgan #1-A Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: DeSoto T37S R24E S34 1/4 center Lat/Long: 27012'40"/81054'20" Surface Elevation: 56' Core TD: 300' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 C. Coleman 020 ft. Undifferentiated(?) Quartz sand, white, gray-brown, black, intergranular porosity, modal size fine to very fine, size range very fine to medium, angular to rounded, moderate to high sphericity, poorly to nonindurated. 20 -300 ft. Hawthorn Group 20 -90 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sands, white, gray-brown, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, poor induration, clay and dolomite cement, variably clayey, phosphate sandy and dolomitic, some dolomite and clay beds. 90218 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite, variable to limestone, yellowish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, poor to good induration, clay, calcilutite and dolomite cement, variably quartz and phosphate sandy, abundant thin clay beds. 218 -300 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone, variable to dolomite, some thin sand beds. Limestone, white to yellowish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, poor to good induration, calcilutite cement, dolomitic, slightly quartz and very slightly phosphate sandy, fossil molluscs, worm tubes and foraminifera.

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92 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15303 Core Name: Romp #17 Arcadia Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/83 Driller: SWFWMD County: DeSoto T38S R23E S14 1/4 dbb Lat/Long: 27010'40"/81058'30" Surface Elevation: 22' Core TD: 829' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 0-26 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fineto medium-grained, becomes clayey with depth, unconsolidated to poor induration, grayish brown. Limestone and shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to white, fossiliferous. 26439 ft. Hawthorn Group 26-99 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. 99208 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sands, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 208 -292 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor). Limestone, sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. 292439 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fineto medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Carbonate as in upper member.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 93 439-829 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white to yellowish gray, wackestone to grainstone, poor to good induration, variable recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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94 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W1565 Core Name: J.R. Roberts #1 D-2 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 4/44 Driller: County: Dixie T9S R13E S2 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 29044'11"/82059'29" Surface Elevation: 41' Core TD: 819' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984,1949 E.H. Rainwater 030 ft. No Samples 30131 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, cream, fossiliferous, granular limestone. Fossils include foraminifera and fossil molds. Intervals of finely crystalline dolomite present. 131 -206 ft. No Samples 206 -422 ft. Avon Park Limestone Moderately to well indurated, cream to tan, porous, fossiliferous, vuggy dolomite. Intervals of carbonaceous specks and "chalky" dolomite present. 422819 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, buff, finely granular, carbonaceous, fossiliferous dolomite. Intervals of fossiliferous limestone and glauconitic, dolomitic limestone present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 95 Accession No.: W-1 571 Core Name: D-9, Consolidated Owner: Sun Oil Company Navel Stores #2 Driller: Date Drilled: 8/45 T8S R12E S17 1/4 bb County: Dixie Surface Elevation: 56' Lat/Long: 29047'35"/83°08'33" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 513' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 N. Cook 0-29 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, white, skeletal calcarenite. Fossils present include foraminifera. 20151 ft. No Samples 151 -513 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, yellowish gray, very-fineto fine-grained, unfossiliferous dolostone. Intervals of fossiliferous calcarenite present.

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96 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1572 Core Name: D-10, P.C. Crapps et Owner: Sun Oil Company al. #5 Drillier: Date Drilled: 10/44 T8S R11E S19 1/4 ad County: Dixie Surface Elevation: 39' Lat/Long: 29046'13"/83015'32" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 240' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 N. Cook 0100 ft. No Samples 100 -240 ft. Avon Park Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, intergranular, sucrosic, unfossiliferous dolostone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 97 Accession No.: W-14619 Core Name: Carter #1 Owner: Mr. Carter Date Drilled: 5/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Duval T1S R27E S42 1/4 Lat/Long: 30023'33"/81 033'47" Surface Elevation: 12' Core TD: 500' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott and Date: 1980, 1985 R. Johnson 050 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto very-coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, scattered quartz pebbles. 50 -500 ft. Hawthorn Group 50-82 ft. Charlton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly limestone and dolomite beds. Limestone, white to gray to tan, moderate to poor induration, slightly to very quartz sandy, moderate molluscan moldic porosity, rare to some silt size phosphate. Dolomite, dark gray to dark brown, well indurated and recrystallized to soft dolosandstone, massive to high molluscan moldic porosity, slightly to very quartz sandy, rare to some silt size phosphate. 82-272 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 272 -345 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand, and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 345 -500 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusc molds, poor to good induration.

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98 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13559 Core Name: Schmidt #3 Owner: St. Regis Paper Company Date Drilled: 5/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Escambia T4N R31W S20 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 30051'00"/87022'10" Surface Elevation: 280' Core TD: 205' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C. Coe 0 -205 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, very light orange to moderate orange-pink, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. Some intervals cross-bedded. Massive kaolinitic clay beds and minor amounts of heavy minerals and mica are also present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 99 Accession No.: W-13572 Core Name: Schmidt #5 Owner: Jack Chavers Date Drilled: 6/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Escambia T4N R33W S23 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30050'45"/87031'00" Surface Elevation: 240' Core TD: 204' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C. Coe 0 -204 ft. Citronelle Formation Massive light brown to light gray, kaolinitic clay interbedded with unconsolidated quartz sand and gravel. Sand mostly iron-stained light orange to moderate orange-pink. Heavy minerals and mica are minor accessories.

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100 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13592 Core Name: DNR Schmidt #7 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1977 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Escambia T3N R33W S24 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 30°45'39"/87030'20" Surface Elevation: 242' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C. Coe 0 -202 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, moderate orange-pink, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. Some massive kaolinitic clay beds are present. Heavy minerals and mica are minor accessories.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 101 Accession No.: W-15282 Core Name: WOSG #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 12/82 Resources County: Flagler Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29038'14"/81012'39" T10S R31E S39 1/4 Core TD: 462' Surface Elevation: 7' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0 -4 ft. Soil 440 ft. Anastasia Formation Coquina, pale orange to white, sandy, poor induration. Interbedded with quartz sand, fineto medium-grained. 40 -92 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, light to dark gray, clayey, very-fineto medium-grained, variably calcareous, fossiliferous zones, shell hash beds, very sandy, shell moldic limestone at base of unit. 92134 ft. Hawthorn Group 92125 (?) ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic, yellowish gray to medium gray, some very phosphatic zones. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, poor induration, dolomitic, olive-gray. Dolosilt, yellowish gray, clayey, moderate induration. 125(?) -134 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite, medium gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, good induration, microsphorite, intraclasts. Clay, sandy, dolomitic, phosphatic, olive-gray, poor to moderate induration. 134302 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, light gray to very pale orange, moderate to good induration, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, low to high recrystallization. 302 -462 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, wackestone to mudstone, white to light gray, moderate induration, moderate to high recrystallization, fossiliferous. Dolomite, light brown, massive to thin -bedded, clay seams, scattered organics.

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102 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7574 Core Name: St. George Island #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1965 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Franklin T9S R6W S29 1/4 da Lat/Long: 29039'50"/84052'10" Surface Elevation: 5' Core TD: 440' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1980 0-21 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray to light orange, medium-grained, slightly fossiliferous, quartz sand and silt. 21 -30.3 ft. Clay Moderately indurated, light to medium dark gray, massive, quartz sandy clay. 30.359 ft. Clayey Sand Poorly consolidated, very light gray, medium to coarse, clayey sand. 59 -76 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, light gray, sandy, calcareous, phosphatic, slightly clayey, shell bed. 76-92 ft. Chipola Formation Well indurated, light gray, quartz sandy, cemented, shelly limestone. 92175 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light gray to light olive-gray, quartz sandy, clayey, phosphatic, foraminiferal biocalcarenite. 175440 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, very light gray to very pale orange, recrystallized, moldic, sandy, fossiliferous limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 103 Accession No.: W-14781 Core Name: Tate's Hell Swamp #1 Owner: Buckeye Cellulose Date Drilled: 12/80 Corporation County: Franklin Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29052'15"/84057'54" T7S R7W S17 1/4 cba Core TD: 302' Surface Elevation: 9' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1980 0-72 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray to light olive-gray, fine to coarse, graded, quartz sand. Small intervals contain wood and clay. 72-119.5 ft. Clayey Sand and Sandy Clay Unconsolidated, olive-gray to olive-black, massive, quartz sandy clay. Intervals have organics and wood preserved. 119.5-138 ft. Clay Moderately indurated, medium dark gray, massive, silty clay. 138158 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, medium light gray, clayey, quartz sandy, shelly limestone. 1 58 -221 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, medium light gray to light olive-gray, clayey, sandy biocalcarenite. Phosphate present; microfossils abundant. 221 -302 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Well indurated, very light orange, moldic, recrystallized, fossiliferous limestone. Intervals from 238-245 ft. and 255-262 ft. contain dark gray, massive clay.

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104 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14799 Core Name: Tate's Hell #2 Owner: Buckeye Cellulose Date Drilled: 1/81 Corporation County: Franklin Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29051'40"/84046'25" T7S R5W S18 1/4 d Core TD: 200' Surface Elevation: 12' Geophysical Logs Available: G,T,XR STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 0-31 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, pale yellowish brown to brown gray, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 31 -34.5 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, medium gray, clayey, quartz sandy, calcareous, shell bed. 34.5 -114.8 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray to greenish gray, quartz sandy, slightly clayey and phosphatic biocalcarenite. 114.8200 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Well indurated, very pale orange to light gray, slightly quartz sandy, recrystallized, moldic, fossiliferous limestone. Some intervals look like recrystallized coquina. Interval between 127 -132 ft. is an oyster bed in a calcilutite matrix.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 105 Accession No.: W-14844 Core Name: Tate's Hell #3 Owner: Buckeye Cellulose Date Drilled: 2/81 Corporation County: Franklin Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29056'45"/84042'00" T6S R5W S13 1/4 cc Core TD: 382' Surface Elevation: 20' Geophysical Logs Available: N,G,C,X STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 0 -19 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, pale yellow-brown to medium dark gray, clayey, quartz sand. 19-27 ft. Sandy Clay Moderately indurated, medium dark gray, massive, quartz sandy clay. 27-49 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray to greenish gray, quartz sandy, phosphatic, microfossiliferous biocalcarenite. 49 -53.5 ft. Dolosilt Moderately indurated, greenish gray, clayey, quartz sandy, massive dolosilt. 53.5 -382 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Well indurated, light gray, quartz sandy, fossiliferous, moldic, recrystallized, dolomitic limestone.

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106 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14876 Core Name: Crooked River #1 Owner: Buckeye Cellulose Date Drilled: 3/81 Corporation County: Franklin Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29058'35"/84035'30" T6S R4W S1 1/4 cd Core TD: 182' Surface Elevation: 10' Geophysical Logs Available: G,C,S,X,N STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 012 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, light gray to dark gray, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay. 1226 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic, microfossiliferous biocalcarenite. 2635 ft. Dolosilt Poorly to moderately indurated, light olive-gray to medium gray, quartz sandy, phosphatic, clayey dolosilt. 35182 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, very light orange to light gray, fossiliferous, moldic, recrystallized, dolomitic limestone. Intervals from 135137 ft. and 145137 ft. contain dark gray clay.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 107 Accession No.: W-14890 Core Name: Tate's Hell #4 Owner: Buckeye Cellulose Date Drilled: 4/81 Corporation County: Franklin Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29058'04"/84050'42" T6S R6W S9 1/4 c Core TD: 472' Surface Elevation: 28' Geophysical Logs Available: G,C,E,N,X STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 0 -22 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, medium gray to dark brown, fine to coarse, clayey quartz sand. 22 -28 ft. Coarse-Graded Sand Unconsolidated, yellowish brown, graded, coarse, quartz sand. 28 -42.5 ft. Sandy Clay Poorly indurated, medium gray, massive, quartz sandy clay. 42.5-53 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, medium light gray, clayey, quartz sandy, shell bed. Worm tubes are abundant. 53156 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly consolidated, medium light gray to light olive-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic, microfossiliferous biocalcarenite. 1.56 -179 ft. Clayey Dolosilt Moderately indurated, light olive-gray, massive, clayey dolosilt. 179-472 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Well indurated, very pale orange to grayish orange, fossiliferous, recrystallized, sucrosic, dolomitic limestone and dolomite.

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108 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1478 Core Name: Hole P-319 Owner: State of Florida Date Drilled: 4/47 Driller: U.S. Engineer Office County: Gadsden T4N R6W S32 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30°42'03"/84o51'25" Surface Elevation: 40' Core TD: 118' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 R. Vernon 0-29 ft. No Samples 29 -40 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, light gray to tan, finely crystalline, dense, slightly fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone. 40118 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brownish gray, finely crystalline to granular, fossiliferous, moldic dolomite and dolomitic calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 109 Accession No.: W-1479 Core Name: Hole P-320 Owner: State of Florida Date Drilled: 4/47 Driller: U.S. Engineer Office County: Gadsden T4N R6W S29 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30042'30"/84051'30" Surface Elevation: 43' Core TD: 124' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 R. Vernon 0-41.9 ft. No Samples 41.9124 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light tan to brown, crystalline, fossiliferous, moldic dolomite and dolomitic calcarenite.

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110 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1780 Core Name: P-308 Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Date Drilled: 3/47 Engineers County: Gadsden Driller: U.S. Army Corps of Lat/Long: 30°42'31"/84o51'28" Engineers Core TD: 121.6' T4N R6W S29 1/4 cd Surface Elevation: 40' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 B. Yon 024.5 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand 24.570 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Poorly to well indurated, cream to tan to brown, clayey, sucrosic, finely crystalline dolomite and limestone. 70121.6 ft. Suwannee Limestone Poorly to well indurated, cream to brown, fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 111 Accession No.: W-7376 Core Name: Wall #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T2N R5W S30 1/4 Lat/Long: 30032'30"/84046'25" Surface Elevation: 250' Core TD: 85' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1980 S. Jones 0-40 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated, transparent to white, medium-grained, quartz sand. 40 -85 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, quartz sandy clay with minor amounts of plant remains.

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112 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7458 Core Name: Wall #2 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 1965 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T2N R5W S30 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 30032'18"/84046'47" Surface Elevation: 255' Core TD: 462' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1982 T. Scott 046.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, very light orange to yellowish brown, clayey, quartz sand. 46.5180 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, yellowish gray to greenish gray, clayey, quartz sand, sandy clay and microcrystalline dolomite. Phosphate is common; some intervals are fossiliferous. 180 -462 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, white tc yellowish gray, quartz sandy, clayey, calcilutitic, dolomitic, moldic, fossiliferous limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 113 Accession No.: W-7472 Core Name: Owenby #1 Owner: C. L. Owenby Date Drilled: 11/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T2N R3W S19 1/4 dad Lat/Long: 30033'15"/84034'15" Surface Elevation: 255' Core TD: 472' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt, Date: 1982 T. Scott, and C.W. Hendry, Jr. 0-57.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, moderate reddish brown to yellowish orange, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay. Thin limonite layers are scattered in lower intervals. 57.5-175 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, sandy clay, clayey quartz sand and calcilutitic dolomite. Phosphate and fossiliferous material are common. Greenish and bluish gray clay intervals exist in lower sections. 175 -265 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, white to yellowish gray, clayey, quartz sandy, fossiliferous, calcilutitic limestone. Thin clay intervals are present. 265-472 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, yellowish gray to pale orange, moldic, fossiliferous calcarenite and dolomite.

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114 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7528 Core Name: Gregory #1 Owner: Gregory Farm Date Drilled: 12/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T2N R2W S9 1/4 ddd Lat/Long: 30034'50"/84025'55" Surface Elevation: 230' Core TD: 442' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt, Date: 1982 T. Scott and C.W. Hendry 0 -43.5 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, light yellowish orange to grayish orange, mottled, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay. 43.5153 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to well indurated, yellowish gray to white to light olive, quartz sandy clay, clayey sand and dolomitic, moldic, fossiliferous, calcilutitic limestone. Phosphate is common throughout. 153-409 ft. Chattahoochee/St. Marks Formations Undifferentiated Poorly to well indurated, white to yellowish gray to very light orange, quartz sandy, clayey, dolomitic, moldic, fossiliferous, calcilutitic limestone. Lower intervals are microcrystalline dolomite. 409 -442 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, yellowish gray to dark yellowish brown, microcrystalline, moldic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 115 Accession No.: W-7537 Core Name: High Bluff Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1962 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T1N R3W S23 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30°27'50"/84°29'55" Surface Elevation: 110' Core TD: 154' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1980 S. Jones 0-28 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, grayish orange, clayey, quartz sand. 2894 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately to well indurated, white to very pale orange, quartz sandy, calcilutitic limestone. 94154 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, pale yellowish brown, microcrystalline dolomite.

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116 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7539 Core Name: Suber #1 Owner: Mr. Suber Date Drilled: 1/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T2N R4W S32 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30O31'58"/84O39'46" Surface Elevation: 265' Core TD: 474' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1080 C.W. Hendry 083.5 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, moderate reddish brown to dark yellow-orange, mottied, cross-bedded, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay. 83.5142 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, light olive-gray to bluish gray to pale orange, sandy clay, clayey sand and fossiliferous calcilutite. 142 -474 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, grayish yellow-green to pale orange to light gray, clayey, sandy, dolomitic calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 117 Accession No.: W-15468 Core Name: Hinson #1 Owner: Mr. Hinson Date Drilled: 11/83 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T3N R2W S11 1/4 bac Lat/Long: 30040'27"/84024'36" Surface Elevation: 210' Core TD: 447' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0-7 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Poorly consolidated, light brown, clayey, quartz sand. 7-216 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, tan to light greenish gray to very light gray, clayey, calcareous, quartz sand. Upper 50 ft. is weathered, oxidized, clayey sand. Intervals contain massive clay and fine-grained, dolomitic calcilutite. 216-316 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, very light gray to white, fine-grained, chalky, dolomitic calcilutite. Some intervals calcarenitic with fossil molds and casts. 316-371 ft. Undifferentiated Clay and Calcarenite Moderately to well indurated, very light gray to greenish gray, calcarenite and massive, sandy clay. 371 -415 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, very light gray, moldic, fossiliferous calcarenite. 415-447 ft. Suwannee Limestone Very well indurated, light brown, sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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118 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15795 Core Name: NWFWMD Owner: NWFWMD Date Drilled: 10/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gadsden T1N R2W S6 1/4 bbb Lat/Long: 30031'O9"/84o27'54" Surface Elevation: 200' Core TD: 402' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,X,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1982 J. Wagner 027 ft. Citronelle/Miccosukee Formations Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, grayish orange to moderate red, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. Mottled, sandy clay intervals are also present as is clean sand. 27 -138 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, grayish orange to greenish gray to white, sandy clay and massive, waxy clay. Clayey, quartz sandy, dolomitic limestone is present in lower intervals. 138 -360 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, grayish white to white to grayish green, clayey, sandy, calcilutitic, fossiliferous limestone. Intervals are moldic and dolomitic. 360 -402 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, grayish brown, sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 119 Accession No.: W-12529 Core Name: Bell #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gilchrist T9S R14E S11 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 29042'45"/82053'05" Surface Elevation: 60' Core TD: 405' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-26.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, gray to brown sand and silt. Intervals of well indurated gray, silty sand. 26.5 -30 ft. Alachua Formation Moderately to well indurated, gray to white, phosphatic, fossiliferous sand. Shell fragments and clay inclusions present. 30144 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, white to cream, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils present include mollusks, foraminifera and fossil molds. Intervals of dolomitic limestone present. 144 -405 ft. Avon Park Limestone Moderately to well indurated, tan to grayish brown to cream, granular dolomite. Fossils present include mollusks, foraminifera and fossil molds. Anhydrite has sporadic occurrences near bottom of core.

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120 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12051 Core Name: St. Joe #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 1973 Resources County: Gulf Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29047'03"/85024'25" TSS R12W S14 1/4 aa Core TD: 567' Surface Elevation: 10' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1978 M. Clark 0-47 ft. Undifferentiated Pleistocene-Recent Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray to very pale orange, mediumto finegrained, quartz sand. Marine fossils are common. 47158 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, light olive-gray to light gray, abundantly fossiliferous (molluscs), sandy clay and clayey, quartz sand. 158197 ft. Chipola Formation Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to very light gray, molluscan-rich, clayey, sandy limestone. 197-499 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, light olive-gray to yellow-gray, quartz sandy, abundantly microfossiliferous biocalcarenite. Clay and phosphate are common. 499567 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellow -gray, moldic, quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcilutite and calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 121 Accession No.: W-14077 Core Name: Williams Bay #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gulf T5S R11W S6 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 30°04'57"/85023'18" Surface Elevation: 30' Core TD: 522' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979 M. Clark 0-95 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray to light brown, clayey, quartz sand. Clay beds between 25 -30 ft., 55 -60 ft. and 9095 ft. 95105 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, medium gray, calcareous, clayey, quartz sandy shell bed (mollusks and forams). 105 -275 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellow-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite. Microfossils and mollusks abundant. 275 -512 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to buff, moldic, recrystallized calcarenite. Clay bed at 495500 ft. with numerous foraminifera. 512 -522 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, light gray, slightly quartz sandy and speckled with phosphate, calcilutitic limestone.

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122 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14704 Core Name: Luke Ford Creek #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 9/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gulf T6S R1OW S7 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 29o58'50"/85017'00" Surface Elevation: 15' Core TD: 465' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1981 S. Boiling 0-31.5 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand and Organics Poorly consolidated, grayish orange to yellow-gray, clayey sand. Thin beds of massive clays and beds of wood are present. 31.587 ft. Coarse Sand Unconsolidated, moderate yellow-brown, coarse quartz sand. Graded bedding with possible foreset beds present. 87108 ft. Sandy Clay Poorly consolidated, light olive-gray, clayey, calcareous, quartz sandy, phosphatic, mollusk shell bed. 108154 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, light olive-gray, clayey, calcareous, quartz sandy, phosphatic, mollusk shell bed. 154222 ft. Chipola Formation Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, slightly sandy (mollusk-rich), fossiliferous limestone. 222 -340 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, quartz sandy, phosphatic, microfossiliferous biocalcarenite. 340 -347 ft. Dolosilt Poorly consolidated, dark greenish gray, massive, clayey dolosilt. 347 -465 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellowish gray to light gray, partially sucrosic, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 123 Accession No.: W-14719 Core Name: Indian Swamp #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 9/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gulf T7S R9W S12 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 29052'53"/85005'43" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 282' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,N,T,X STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1981 S. Boiling 0 -14.5 ft. Sandy Clay Poorly indurated, olive-gray to light brown, quartz sandy, massive clay. 14.5 -34.5 ft. Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray, coarse-graded, cross-bedded, quartz sand. 34.5-43 ft. Clay Olive-gray, sandy, massive clay. Organics are common. 4369 ft. Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray, coarse, quartz sand. 69-87 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, olive-gray, quartz sandy clay studded with mollusks and forams. 87 -128 ft. Chipola Formation Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, fossiliferous, sandy limestone. 128 -209 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, clayey, phosphatic, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. 209 -232 ft. Dolosilt Light olive-gray, very-fine-grained, massive dolomite. 232 -282 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Well indurated, yellowish gray, moldic, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite.

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124 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14746 Core Name: Depot Creek #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 10/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Gulf T8S R10W S28 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 29044'55"/85014'39" Surface Elevation: 5' Core TD: 410' Geophysical Logs Available: G,X,E,N STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1981 S. Boiling 0112.5 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand and Sandy Clay Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, light gray to olive-gray to pinkish gray, clayey sand. Some intervals are massive clay, some are cleaner sand showing graded bedding. Marine fossils and wood fragments are also common. 112.5139 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, quartz sandy, clayey, shell bed. 139149 ft. Chipola Formation Well indurated, yellowish gray, fossiliferous limestone. 149357 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite. 357410 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, dolomitic, fossiliferous calcilutite and calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 125 Accession No.: W-6836 Core Name: FGS Phosphate Owner: Continental Can Company Prospect Driller: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/64 T1N R15E S36 1/4 cac County: Hamilton Surface Elevation: 132' Lat/Long: 30°26'30"/82°46'28" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 183' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott and Date: 1982 R. Colton 013 ft. Undifferentiated Clay, quartz sandy, fineto medium-grained, poorly indurated to moderate induration. 13142 ft. Hawthorn Group 1338 ft. Statenville Formation Interbedded clay and phosphate sand. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, white to light orange. Phosphate sand, quartz sandy, clayey, white to black, poor induration. 38-75 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly clay with limestone and sand. Quartz sand, light olivegray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, phosphatic. Clay, light olivegray to yellowish gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 75-81 ft. Marks Head Formation Clay, yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, moderate induration. 81 -142 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member, predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 142178 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, very light orange, fossiliferous, grainstone to packstone, moderate to good induration. 178183 ft. Ocala Group

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126 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 178 -183 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 127 Accession No.: W-7934 Core Name: FGS O-1, #1 Owner: Owens-Illinois Date Drilled: 11/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hamilton T1S R14E S10 1/4 db Lat/Long: 30°24'57"/82053'54" Surface Elevation: 145' Core TD: 131' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 R. Colton 0 -4 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, gray, quartz sand. 4129 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, phosphatic, sandy clay. Intervals of sand present. 129-131 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light orange, recrystallized, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils include mollusks and molds.

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128 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10656 Core Name: Ellaville #4 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hamilton TIS R11E S11 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 30025'04"/83011'O8" Surface Elevation: 68' Core TD: 62' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 R. Colton 0-21 ft. No Samples 21 -44 ft. Suwannee Limestone Poorly to well indurated, light orange, calcilutitic, unfossiliferous limestone. 44 -62 ft. Ocala Group 44-62 ft. Crystal River Formation Moderately to well indurated, light orange, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils include mollusks, Bryozoa, foraminifera and molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 129 Accession No.: W-15121 Core Name: Betty #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hamilton T2N R12E S(193) 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 30036'20"/83006'33" Surface Elevation: 150' Core TD: 175' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0146 ft. Hawthorn Group 0-87 ft. Statenville Formation Interbedded quartz sand and clay with dolomite beds more common in lower half of the section. Quartz sand, brown, yellowish gray to light olive, very-fineto coarse-grained, poorly indurated, phosphatic, clayey, often dolomitic, often cross-bedded. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, often dolomitic, moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to moderate induration. 87100 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 100 -146 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 146155 ft. St. Marks Formation Dolomite, sandy, clayey, fine-grained, moderate to good induration. 155175 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, fossiliferous, moldic, calcilutite, wackestone to packstone, moderate induration.

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130 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8880 Core Name: ONA #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T35S R24E S16 1/4 dba Lat/Long: 27026'30"/81054'52" Surface Elevation: 75' Core TD: 102' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 W. Yon 019.0 ft. Surficial Sand Grayish brown, dark yellowish brown and very light orange, modal size increases downward from very fine to medium, size range, very fine to coarse, grains angular to rounded, becoming more sorted with depth, nonindurated, 1 -2 percent clay coating grains, 1 percent heavy minerals. 19.0102.0 ft. Hawthorn Group 19.0102.0 ft. Peace River Formation Interbedded sandy clay, clayey sand, limestone and dolomite. Sand, light yellow-orange to light olive-gray, size variable medium to very fine, nonindurated to moderate induration, clayey (1 -10 percent) at top, more clayey toward bottom (10-20 percent). Clay, very light gray, grayish yellow to light brown, poor to moderate induration, variable phosphate sand and gravel content and quartz sand. Dolomite and dolomitic limestone, light gray to yellowish gray, moderate to good induration, intergranular, pinpoint vug and moldic porosity, microcrystalline to cryptocrystalline, clayey, quartz sandy, variable phosphate sand and gravel, variably chalky. Clay most common in upper part, dolomite most common in lower part.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 131 Accession No.: W-11946 Core Name: Test Well #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 8/73 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T35S R26E S3 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 27027'50"/81041'45" Surface Elevation: 67' Core TD: 490' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0-43 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very fine to coarse, clayey to calcareous, poor induration, white to pinkish gray. Limestone, yellowish gray to white, packstone to mudstone, sandy, clayey, poor to good induration, fossiliferous. 43 -283 ft. Hawthorn Group 43-73 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray. 73-244 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. 244283 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fineto medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Limestone and dolomite as in upper member. 283-468 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white, poor to good induration, fossiliferous. 468 -490 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white, poor to moderate induration, fossiliferous.

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132 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12113 Core Name: Hardee #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T36S R25E S15 1/4 aba Lat/Long: 27021'08"/81047'40" Surface Elevation: 71' Core TD: 157' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 J.W. Yon 049.5 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand and clayey sand, gray, dark brownish gray and dark yellowish brown. Organic-stained in upper 31.5 ft., hardpan developed at 31.534.0 ft., quartz sand predominantly very fine to medium, angular to subrounded, trace of phosphate and heavy minerals throughout, slightly to very clayey, some thin clay beds in lower 10 ft. 49.5157 ft. Hawthorn Group 49.5-85 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly sands and clayey sands, dolomite present at 49.5 to 63 ft. Dolomite, light olive-gray, very fine to microcrystalline, moldic porosity (mollusk), quartz sandy, clayey, 5 percent phosphoritic sand, some phosphorite gravel. Sand, quartz, predominantly very fine to fine but very fine to medium to bottom of section, angular to subrounded, clayey, phosphatic sand (5 to 25 percent), phosphate grains mostly black. 85-157 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite, some interbedded clay and quartz sand. Dolomite, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, poor permeability in upper part, moldic and fracture porosity below 142 ft., caverns at 146-148 ft., poor to good induration, grain size very fine to microcrystalline, quartz sandy, phosphatic, up to 10 percent phosphate sand and some gravel.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 133 Accession No.: W-12233 Core Name: Hardee #3 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T36S R25E S17 1/4 db Lat/Long: 27020'40"/81049'35" Surface Elevation: 33' Core TD: 100' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 J.W. Yon 0 -4 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, very fine to medium, angular to subrounded, slightly clayey, trace of phosphate, soil zone to about 1 ft., hardpan developed at 2 ft. 4.0100 ft. Hawthorn Group 4.0-36.5 ft. Peace River Formation Interbedded quartz sandy and silty clay, clayey silty sand, and sandy, silty and clayey limestone. Sand predominantly very fine to medium, angular to subrounded. Clay, light olive-gray to moderate yellow, slightly quartz sandy and silty to very sandy and silty. Limestone, calcilutite, light olive-gray, very clayey and silty. Limestone lithology is minor, present as minor beds and as nodules in sand and clay beds. Phosphate and gravel present in most beds, ranges from trace to about 25 percent, thin phosphate bed present at 5.5 ft. 36.5-100 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, light olive, light gray, very light orange, moderate to good induration, dolomite and clay cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, variably quartz sandy, variably phosphate sandy and pebbly, clayey, clay bed at 82-88 ft.

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134 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12234 Core Name: Hardee #4 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T34S R25E S32 1/4 da Lat/Long: 27028'40"/81050'30" Surface Elevation: 42' Core TD: 68' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-4 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, moderate to dark brown, intergranular porosity, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, dark brown hardpan developed at 1.52.5, modern organics at surface to 1.5 ft. 4.0-68 ft. Hawthorn Group 4.028.5 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, white, pale to dark brown, intergranular porosity, clay cement, variably phosphatic. 28.568 ft. Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite, very light orange, medium gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, dolomite and clay cement, poor to good induration, microcrystalline to cryptocrystalline, clayey, quartz sandy and phosphatic to very phosphatic, some zones variable to poorly to moderately cemented, clayey, dolomitic, very phosphatic, quartz sand. Phosphate/ phosphatized dolomite clasts incorporated in some zones of dolomite, mollusc molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 135 Accession No.: W-12235 Core Name: Hardee #5 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T34S R25E S19 1/4 cab Lat/Long: 27°30'42"/81050'55" Surface Elevation: 120' Core TD: 118' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-32 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, cream-gray, light to dark brown, poorly to moderately indurated, clay and organic cement, very-fineto medium-grained, becoming coarser with depth, very slightly clayey to clayey, some thin clay stringers, trace shell, trace phosphate sand in lowermost portion. 32118 ft. Hawthorn Group 32 -82 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily quartz sand and clay, cream, light gray, light yellowish gray, light orange, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, intergranular porosity, sand variably clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic to very phosphatic, clay variable quartz and phosphate sandy, minor phosphate pebbles, dolomitic. Some thin, well indurated, phosphatic dolomite lenses towards base of unit. 82118 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, very light orange, very light gray, yellowish gray, moderately to well indurated, dolomite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, variably quartz sandy, phosphatic to slightly phosphatic, minor phosphate gravel, some clayey zones, fossil molds, molluscs, gastropods, Bryozoa.

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136 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12238 Core Name: Hardee #6 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/71 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T35S R25E S4 1/4 center Lat/Long: 27027'48"/81°49'01" Surface Elevation: 70' Core TD: 69' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-37 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, cream, light gray, light yellowish brown, light to dark brown, intergranular porosity, poorly indurated, clay and organic cement, very-fineto medium-grained, coarser with depth, 5 percent calcareous grains below 30 ft., slightly clayey to clayey, slightly calcareous, trace leached phosphate sand at lower boundary. 37 -69 ft. Hawthorn Group 37-45 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, light yellowish gray, yellowish green, olive-gray, intergranular porosity, clay cement, poor to moderate induration, phosphatic, variably clayey, becomes more calcareous with depth, contains blebs of weathered dolomite, thin dolomite stringers towards base. 45 -69 ft. Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite, very light orange, light to moderate greenish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, moderately to well indurated, dolomite and clay cement, microcrystalline to cryptocrystalline, variably quartz and phosphate sandy, variably clayey, some thin beds very phosphatic, clayey, quartz sand, some borings.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 137 Accession No.: W-12906 Core Name: Crewsville #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T35S R27E S23 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 29025'30"/81 °35'20" Surface Elevation: 94' Core TD: 318' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 11/82 0140 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, poor to moderate induration. 140-318 ft. Hawthorn Group 140167 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, mediumto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. 167 -267 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. 267 -318 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay. Quartz sand, clayey, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, fineto medium-grained, poor induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olivegray. Carbonate as in upper member.

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138 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12907 Core Name: Sweetwater Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T36S R26E S3 1/4 da Lat/Long: 27022'30"/81042'20" Surface Elevation: 87' Core TD: 300' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 C. Coleman 0131.8 ft. Surficial Sand and Shell 0 -85 ft. quartz sand, very light gray to dark gray and dark brown, intergranular porosity, mean size in upper 40 ft., very fine, in lower 45 ft. predominantly medium, roundness variable, moderate sphericity, nonindurated to poor indurated, clay cement, clay 1 -2 percent in upper part 46 percent in lower 15 ft., some silt, trace phosphate in bottom 10 ft., some shell fragments at 80-85 ft. 85-131.8 ft., shell beds, grayish olive-green, grayish green, grayish brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated to poor indurated, minor amount (1 -3 percent) of clay, quartz sand and phosphate sand, good porosity. 131.8300 ft. Hawthorn Group 131.8175 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand and silt, light grayish green, very light gray, black, intergranular porosity, modal size variable from silt to very fine, size range from silt to fine, subangular to rounded, moderate sphericity, good induration, dolomite cement, 10-50 percent phosphate sand present, most commonly 24-40 percent. Interval 153.0159.0 ft., phosphate sand with up to 70 percent phosphate sand, minor amount of clay present, some beds cross-bedded. 175.0300 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite and dolomitic calcilutite with occasional sand and clay beds, dolomite and calcilutite interbedded, dolomite predominant. Dolomite, light grayish green, light olive-gray, yellowish gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, variable degree of alteration, modal size ranges from cryptocrystalline to fine, moderate to good induration, dolomite cement, highly phosphatic (20-40 percent) in uppermost section (175185 ft.), only slightly phosphatic through remainder (0-10 percent), slightly quartz sandy and may be slightly clayey and calcilutitic, mollusc molds may be present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 139 Accession No.: W-12942 Core Name: Mosley #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T36S R24E S15 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 27020'30"/81o53'55" Surface Elevation: 75' Core TD: 300' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 035 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Fineto coarse-grained, nonclayey to clayey, unconsolidated to poor induration, light grayish brown. 35 -300 ft. Hawthorn Group 35-71 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. 71 -300 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray.

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140 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12985 Core Name: James #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T34S R24E S27 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 27029'50"/84054'20" Surface Elevation: 102' Core TD: 250' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 015 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poor induration, becomes clayey with depth, grayish brown. 15-250 ft. Hawthorn Group 15 -90 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 90 -250 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 141 Accession No.: W-13073 Core Name: Hart #1A Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T34S R25E S28 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 27029'45"/81049'47" Surface Elevation: 50' Core TD: 206' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 C. Coleman 05 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, grayish brown, intergranular porosity, modal size fine, size range fine to medium, angular to subangular, moderate sphericity, nonindurated, 1 percent clay, 1 percent phosphate sand. 5-206 ft. Hawthorn Group 517 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand and clay. Sand, modal size medium, size range fine to coarse, subangular to rounded, high sphericity, 2 percent phosphate sand, nonindurated. Clay, light greenish gray, poor induration, clay cement. 17 -206 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to dolomitic limestone. Dolomitic limestone 17-27 ft., very light orange, moldic, intergranular and vugular porosity, grain type calcilutite, no allochems good induration, calcilutite cement, 1-7 percent phosphate sand, abundant quartz sand at top of interval decreasing to trace, some clay in upper part of interval, mollusc molds. Dolomite predominant from 27 ft. to TD, very light orange, porosity intergranular, moldic, pinpoint vugs, variable alteration, grains anhedral to euhedral, size microcrystalline to very fine, poor to good induration, dolomite cement, variably phosphatic (0-20 percent), some quartz sand, generally 0-3 percent but some beds as high as 5 percent. Clay, some thin clay beds, variable color, light greenish gray, yellowish gray, light green and black, moderate induration, clay cement, some thin chert layers.

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142 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13078 Core Name: Chapman #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T33S R25E S27 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 27034'22"/810 °50'21" Surface Elevation: 58' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 C. Coleman 011 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, dark yellowish brown, white, intergranular porosity, modal size medium to fine, size range very fine to coarse, subangular to rounded, moderate sphericity, nonto poorly indurated, 12 percent clay at 010 ft., 1 percent phosphate sand at 10-11 ft. 11 -202 ft. Hawthorn Group 11 -202 ft. Arcadia Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly dolomite, some thin sand and clay beds, some dolomitic limestone. Dolomite, white, light yellowish orange, medium gray, porosity intergranular, moldic, vugular, pinpoint vugs, poor to good induration, primarily dolomite cement, some calcilutite cement, variable alteration to dolomite, grains anhedral to euhedral, variably phosphatic, 120 percent in interval 11 -47 ft., 47 -202 ft. primarily 0 -3 percent phosphate sand, slightly quartz sandy, clayey, and chalky, mollusc molds common. Tentative top of Tampa Member at 126 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 143 Accession No.: W-13107 Core Name: Griffin #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T35S R25E S19 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 27025'30"/81050'55" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 C. Coleman 012 ft. Surficial Sand 0-5 ft. quartz sand, grayish orange, intergranular porosity, modal size medium, size range fine to coarse, angular to subangular, moderate sphericity, trace heavy minerals, nonindurated. 5-12 ft. quartz sand, dark green, intergranular porosity, modal size fine, size range very fine to fine, angular to subangular, moderate sphericity, 3 percent clay, poor induration. 12 -202 ft. Hawthorn Group 12-202 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite, minor dolomitic limestone, some clay and sand in upper part. Dolomite, very light orange, light gray, porosity intergranular, moldic, vugular, variable alteration, grains predominantly anhedral to subhedral, modal size microcrystalline to very fine, slightly phosphatic, clayey and quartz sandy. Clay, 32 -50 ft. and minor beds throughout section, light greenish gray, very light orange, poor induration, dolomitic, slightly phosphatic and quartz sandy. Quartz sand, light greenish gray, light orange, intergranular porosity, modal size fine, range very fine to coarse, angular to rounded, poorly indurated, clay cement, slightly phosphatic and slightly clayey.

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144 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13237 Core Name: Tomlinson #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T35S R23E S25 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 27024'30'/81057'56" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 C. Coleman 011 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white, intergranular porosity, modal size medium, size range fine to coarse, subangular to rounded, moderate sphericity, nonindurated. 11 -202 ft. Hawthorn Group 11 -70 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily interbedded gray and green phosphatic clay, clayey phosphatic sand and thin dolomite stringers, some layers of phosphate pebbles. Clay, phosphatic, gray, greenish gray, greenish yellow, some quartz sand. Sand, quartz, white, phosphate, black, intergranular porosity, modal size medium to coarse, range fine to coarse, subangular to rounded, moderate sphericity, noninduated, variable phosphate content (2025 percent), dolomitic, calcareous. Dolomite, variable to limestone in uppermost section, yellowish gray, intergranular porosity, variable alteration, anhedral to euhedral, size microcrystalline to fine, poor to good induration, dolomite cement, phosphate content variable 2-25 percent, quartz sandy (515 percent). 70 -202 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, white to very light orange, yellowish gray and light greenish gray, moldic, vugular and intergranular porosity, highly altered, anhedral to euhedral, microcrystalline to very fine, moderate to good induration, dolomite cement, slightly phosphatic, generally 1 to 3 percent but occasionally as high as 15 percent, slightly quartz sandy, some chert present, mollusc molds (rare), some thin clay layers.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 145 Accession No.: W-13238 Core Name: McLeod #1 Owner: Mr. M. H. McLeod Date Drilled: 7/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T33S R24E S20 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 27035'20"/81°.56'10" Surface Elevation: 115' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 05 ft. Unconsolidated Quartz Sand Sand, quartz, fineto medium-grained, light gray. 5-202 ft. Hawthorn Group 5-35 ft. Bone Valley Member/Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey to very clayey, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, phosphate sand and gravel, variable tosandy clay with phosphate, poor induration. 35-202 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray.

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146 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13333 Core Name: New Zion #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hardee T34S R23E S15 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 27031'00"/82000'05" Surface Elevation: 110' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 C. Coleman 0-35 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, yellowish gray, grayish brown, yellowish brown, intergranular porosity, modal size medium to coarse (upper part coarsest), subangular to rounded, moderate sphericity, nonindurated, some quartz silt, hardpan indicated in driller's log at 17 -18 ft. and 27 -28 ft. 35-202 ft. Hawthorn Group 35116 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly quartz sand and clay, some thin lenses of limestone. Sand, grayish brown to black to light olive-gray, intergranular porosity, modal size medium to coarse, size range fine to very coarse, roundness variable, angular to rounded, moderate sphericity, nonto poorly indurated, phosphate sand 420 percent, some phosphate pebbles present, clay 0-6 percent, calcareous. Clay, gray, grayish blue, poor induration, quartz and phosphate sandy, thin layers of limestone and phosphate pebbles. 116 -202 ft. Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite, some clay beds. Dolomite, yellowish gray, brownish gray, light olive-gray, porosity primarily intergranular, some pinpoint, vugular and moldic porosity, moderate to high alteration, grains anhedral to euhedral, modal size microcrystalline to fine, size range microcrystalline to medium, poor to good induration, dolomite cement, phosphatic (1 -20 percent but generally 1 -5 percent), quartz sandy, occasionally slightly clayey, some thin chert lenses. Clay, gray, poorly indurated, calcareous, quartz sandy, phosphate sand and pebbly.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 147 Accession No.: W-15346 Core Name: USS Agrichem 6R-1 Owner: U.S.S. Agri-Chemicals Date Drilled: 8/78 Driller: Delta Drilling Company County: Hardee T33S R24E S1 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 27038'29"/81051'55" Surface Elevation: 97' Core TD: 394' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-27 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, light brown, moderate yellowish brown, yellowish orange, intergranular and intragranular porosity, modal size fine to medium, size range fine to coarse, subangular, moderate sphericity, nonand poorly indurated, clay and iron cement where indurated, iron-stained, trace heavy minerals, clay increasing from none to top to 12 percent at base of interval, 5 percent leached phosphate sand at 27 ft. 27 -385 ft. Hawthorn Group 27-251 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite, variable to dolosilt and occasional limestone, some chert present. Dolomite, yellowish gray, light olive-gray, very pale orange, intergranular and pinpoint porosity most common, less commonly moldic, vugular and intercrystalline porosity less common, moderate to high alteration, generally higher in upper part of section, euhedral to anhedral, primarily euhedral in upper part of section and subhedral in lower, modal size microcrystalline to cryptocrystalline (lower 50 ft.), poor to good induration, dolomite and calcilutite cement, quartz sand generally 1-7 percent in upper part, increasing below 170 ft. to 5-30 percent, phosphate sand variable 1 -20 percent, most commonly 3-7 percent, some beds slightly clayey (1 -10 percent), and/or calcilutitic, occasional presence of phosphate gravel, shark's teeth and mollusc molds. 251 -320 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone, white, very light orange, light to moderate gray, intergranular, moldic, pinpoint and intragranular porosity, grain types predominantly calcilutite, skeletal and pellet rare, percent allochems generally 0, rarely 2025 percent, poor to good induration, calcilutite, dolomite, silica, and clay cements, 251 -256 ft. dolomitized, good induration, 295-306 ft. silicified, good induration, quartz sand and silt 1 -40 percent, phosphate sand 0-2 percent, clay 0-15 percent, sparry calcite 1 -5 percent in silicified sediments, trace amounts of finely-divided pyrite and glauconite present in lowermost part of section.

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148 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 320 -385 ft. Nocatee Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly quartz silt, dolosilt and clay, some thin limestone and dolomite beds, yellowish gray, light olive-gray to olive-gray, intergranular porosity. Clay, 320-332 ft., moderate induration, clay and calcilutute cement, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy (1 percent). Silt, size range silt to very fine, minor quartz sand present, poor to moderate induration, dolomite and clay cement. Quartz silt is clayey (5-25 percent) and dolomitic (2-30 percent). Dolosilt is clayey (10-20 percent), quartz silty (25-35 percent) and slightly phosphatic (1 -4 percent). 385394 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white, intergranular porosity, calcilutite, biogenic, and pelletal grains, 15 percent allochems, size range silt to medium, poor cementation, calcilutite cement, trace quartz silt.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 149 Accession No.: W-14873 Core Name: Romp TR 19-3 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/79 Driller: McGregor Pump Company County: Hernando T22S R17E S22 1/4 acd Lat/Long: 28032'50"/82035'15" Surface Elevation: 20' Core TD: 603.5' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 C. Coleman 0-73.5 ft. No Samples 73.5-271 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white, very light yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, calcilutite and sparry calcite cement, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, grain types calcilutite, skeletal, biogenic, sparry calcite, variably calcilutite to granular, granular sections miliolid-rich, foraminiferal coquina. Foraminifera, molluscs, gastropods, echnoids, Bryozoa. 271 -603.5 ft. Avon Park Limestone Dolomite, variable to limestone, creamy white to light yellowish gray, moderate to dark grayish green, intergranular, intercrystalline, and moldic porosity, dolomite calcilutite cement, dolomite predominantly microcrystalline, minor amonts of organic material as flecks and on bedding planes, some thinly laminated zones, molluscs, echinoids, gastropods, foraminifera.

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150 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-11531 Core Name: Wright #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hillsborough T29S R20E S27 1/4 dbd Lat/Long: 27055'55"/82022'42" Surface Elevation: 40' Core TD: 160' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell & Date: 1984 K. King 014.5 ft. Surficial Sand Brownish gray to dark gray quartz sand, modal size medium, size range very fine to coarse, well rounded, moderate sphericity, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, 1 percent limestone. 14.5-116 ft. Hawthorn Group 14.5-57 ft. Peace River Formation Interbedded clayey sand and sandy clay. Sand, white, dark yellowish orange to light brown, modal size variable from silt to medium, size range from silt to coarse, variably angular to rounded, moderate sphericity. Clay, variable color, very light gray, dark yellowish orange, red, green and white, clay commonly variegated, porosity is intergranular, not observable in clay, low permeability, poor induration, clay cement. 57116 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Calcilutite, very light orange to light brown, intergranular, moldic, pinpoint vugs and intragranular porosity, grain type calcilutite and skeletal grains, percent allochems range from 5-20 percent except for 114116 ft. where allochems equal 80 percent, allochem size range silt to coarse, moderate to good induration, calcilutite cement, some clay cement, variably recrystallized, some silicified coral fragments at 82 -84 ft. Fossils present include molluscs, echinoids, corals and foraminifera. 116160 ft. Suwannee Limestone Calcilutite and limestone, very light orange, pinpoint vugs and moldic porosity, some zones of low permeability, calcilutite and skeletal grains, allochems variable 10-60 percent, allochem size range very fine to granule, good induration, calcilutite cement, thin beds of shell hash, some recrystallization in upper part, 3-7 percent sparry calcite, quartz sand 2 percent in 116-122 ft., none below. Fossils present include foraminifera, molluscs, ostracods.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 151 Accession No.: W-11541 Core Name: Ballast #1 Owner: City of Tampa Date Drilled: 7/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hillsborough T30S R18E S11 1/4 ada Lat/Long: 27053'20"/82°38'55" Surface Elevation: 5' Core TD: 400' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott (1-106) Date: 1982 & K. King (106-TD) 013 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fineto medium-grained, clayey, poor induration, brownish gray to yellowish gray. 13-78 ft. Hawthorn Group 13 -78 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone, sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Sand content variable to sandstone. 78400 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white to very light orange, poor to good induration, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, low to high recrystallization.

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152 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13331 Core Name: David #1 Owner: Hunt Brothers Ranch Date Drilled: 8/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Hillsborough T32S R22E S9 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 27042'15"/82008'29" Surface Elevation: 105' Core TD: 165' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 015 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Fineto coarse-grained, unconsolidated, grayish brown. 15165 ft. Hawthorn Group 15-45 ft. Bone Valley Member/Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey to very clayey, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, phosphate sand and gravel, variable to sandy clay with phosphate, poor induration. 45165 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 153 Accession No.: W-15161 Core Name: Romp TR 11-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 6/82 Driller: SWFWMD County: Hillsborough T29S R19E S23 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 27057'10"/82030'45" Surface Elevation: 8' Core TD: 598' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 G. Henderson (SWFWMD) 0-17.5 ft. No Samples 17.5 -85 ft. Hawthorn Group 17.5-85 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, variable to dolomite, white, light yellowish gray, gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, calcilutite, dolomite, and clay cement; pasty to recrystallized, poorly to well indurated, quartz sandy to clayey, calcareous sandstone, trace phosphate sand. NOTE: Interval 70-98.5 ft. misisng-contact picked from SWFWMD lithologic log. 85 -350 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, yellowish gray, very light brown, gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, calcilutite, calcite, and dolomite cement, granular, biocalcarenite, poorly to well indurated, some thin chert beds, also thin clayey zones. 350 -598 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, light yellowish gray, light gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite and some sparry calcite cement, pasty to granular, grain types calcilutite, skeletal, biogenic, foraminifera, mollusc and gastropod molds, some zones variable to foraminiferal calcarenite, some recrystallization.

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154 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15494 Core Name: Romp TR 12-3 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 5/82 Driller: SWFWMD County: Hillsborough T28S R18E S31 1/4 adb Lat/Long: 28000'05"/82032'05" Surface Elevation: 27' Core TD: 540' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 039.5 ft. No Samples 39.5179.3 ft. Hawthorn Group 39.5 -179.3 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, variable to dolomite, creamy white, very light tan, light gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite cement, grain type calcilutite, quartz sandy to very quartz sandy, trace phosphate sand, some zones toward base dolomitized (microcrystalline), minor pyrite and other sulfide minerals in dolomitic section. Interbedded Suwannee Limestone and Tampa lithologies between 144.5 and 179.3 ft. 179.3-454.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, creamy white, very light gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, calcilutite and calcite cements, poorly to well indurated, granular to powdery, calcarenite with variable calcilutite matrix to calcarenitic calcilutite, skeletal, biogenic and calcilutite grains, trace quartz sand at upper contact, foraminifera, mollusc and gastropod molds, Bryozoa. 454.5540 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, creamy white, intergranular porosity, poor to moderate induration, grain types, calcilutite, skeletal (foraminifera), powdery to pasty.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 155 Accession No.: W-13958 Core Name: Phred #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Indian River T32S R39E S16 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 27041'50"/80026'09" Surface Elevation: 23' Core TD: 476' Geophysical Logs Available: E,G,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0128 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, light gray to brownish, unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous. Mollusc shells become abundant enough to be called a shell bed in intervals 25-65 ft., 70-95 ft., 115118 ft. Limestone, light gray, sandy, fossiliferous, wackestone. Samples only 0112 ft. 128 -343 ft. Hawthorn Group 128198 ft. Wabasso Member/Peace River Formation Quartz sand, light gray to yellowish gray, clayey, calcareous, phosphatic, silty, poor induration, fossiliferous. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, calcareous, phosphatic, fossiliferous. 198-311 ft. Unnamed Member/Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, calcareous, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 311 -343 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to olive-gray, moderate induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained. 343-380 ft. Unnamed Limestone (Oligocene ? -Miocene ?) Packstone to wackestone, slightly sandy to nonsandy, white to yellowish gray, moderate to good induration, medium to high recrystallization, fossiliferous. 380-476 ft. Ocala Group 380-456 ft. Crystal River Formation Packstone to wackestone, white to light gray, moderate induration, medium recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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156 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 456 -476 ft. Williston Formation Grainstone to packstone, white to very light orange, moderate to good induration, medium to high recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 157 Accession No.: W-1777 Core Name: WW-47 Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Date Drilled: 11/45 Engineers County: Jackson Driller: U.S. Army Corps of Lat/Long: 30042'12"/84053'29" Engineers Core TD: 75' T4N R7W S36 1/4 cb Surface Elevation: 87' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C. Coe 0-27 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, very light orange, quartz sand. 27-34 ft. Undifferentiated Clay Bed Poorly consolidated, moderate yellowish green, sandy clay. 34-75 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, light greenish gray, recrystallized, dolomitic calcilutute.

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158 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1779 Core Name: S-275 Owner: U.S. Army Corps of Date Drilled: 4/47 Engineers County: Jackson Driller: U.S. Army Corps of Lat/Long: 30042'38"/84052'16" Engineers Core TD: 140' T4N R6W S30 1/4 dc Surface Elevation: 64' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 C. Nickell 0 -35.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, brown, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 35.5140 ft. Suwannee Limestone Interval between 35.5 and 72 ft., is a soft, white to brown limestone residuum with scattered fragments of hard limestone. Below is a well indurated gray to tan to brown, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 159 Accession No.: W-15503 Core Name: Drill Hole 7 Owner: Carl Branch Date Drilled: 2/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Jackson T3N R7W S32 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 30037'10"/84057'04" Surface Elevation: 130' Core TD: 255' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0-29 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly consolidated, brown to gray to red, mottled, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 2934 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, green with red-orange zones, slightly sandy, micaceous, phosphatic, waxy clay. 34114.5 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, gray to green to white, silty, calcareous clay and fossiliferous, vuggy, clayey limestone. 114.5-255 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, moldic, fossiliferous dolomite and dolomitic, sucrosic limestone.

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160 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15504 Core Name: Drill Hole 8 Owner: L. C. McDaniel Date Drilled: 2/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Jackson T3N R7W S9 1/4 acd Lat/Long: 30040'00"/84o56'05" Surface Elevation: 160' Core TD: 204' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1983 R. Nelson 0 -24.1 ft. Terrace Sand and Reworked Material Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to tan to pink, clayey, quartz sand and mottled, sandy clay. 24.1 -102 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, white to gray-green to greenish gray, sandy, clayey, slightly fossiliferous calcilutite. Intervals are mottled clay, others are fossiliferous limestone. 102204 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, recrystallized, sucrosic dolomite and microfossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils occur as molds and casts.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 161 Accession No.: W-15505 Core Name: Drill Hole 9 Owner: David Herndon Date Drilled: 2/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Jackson T4N R7W S20 1/4 acd Lat/Long: 30o43'30"/84057'09" Surface Elevation: 140' Core TD: 269' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0 -269 ft. Terrace Sand and Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to moderately consolidated, brown to tan to red-purple, mottled, clayey, silty, fine to coarse, quartz sand. Intervals contain micaceous, plastic clay, other zones contain quartz gravel and silty sand.

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162 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15509 Core Name: Drill Hole 13 Owner: C. Paul Scott Date Drilled: 3/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Jackson T3N R8W S35 1/4 cac Lat/Long: 30036'38"/85°00'42" Surface Elevation: 135' Core TD: 492.5' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0 -22.5 ft. Soil Zone and Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, light brown to tan to orange-red, siity, organic, clayey, quartz sand and gravel and mottled, sandy clay. 22.5-51 ft. Hawthorn Group/Chattahooche Formation Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately consolidated, yellow-tan to gray-green to white, silty, calcareous clay and sandy, clayey, dolomitic calcilutite. 51 -106 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, light gray to gray-green, clayey, arenaceous, fossilferous calcilutite. Green and blue-green clay inclusions are present in lower intervals. 106 -366 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan-brown to light brown to white, moldic, fossiliferous, sucrosic dolomite and dolomitic limestone. 366 -492.5 ft. Marianna Limestone Moderately to well indurated, white to gray, soft, chalky, fossiliferous calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 163 Accession No.: W-15510 Core Name: Drill Hole 14 Owner: Alvester Wilson Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Hastings County: Jackson T3N R7W S14 1/4 aca Lat/Long: 30039'33"/84o54'36" Surface Elevation: 130' Core TD: 553' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 016 ft. Citronelle Formation and Reworked Sand Poorly consolidated, brown to red-orange to yellow, clayey, medium to coarse, quartz sand. 16 -26 ft. Weathered Chattahoochee Formation Poorly consolidated, gray-green, finely sandy, clayey limestone. 26-77 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Poorly to well indurated, gray to greenish gray, chalky calcilutite. Zones are very fossiliferous. Intervals contain greenish, clayey silt and sand. 77-306 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, gray-brown, sucrosic dolomite. Fossil solution molds; zones contain white fossil remains. 306 -553 ft. Marianna Limestone Moderately to well indurated, light gray, chalky, dolomitic, rarely fossiliferous limestone, speckled with glauconite.

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164 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15512 Core Name: Drill Hole 16 Owner: Hardaway Timber Date Drilled: 4/74 Company County: Jackson Driller: Hastings Lat/Long: 30038'29"/84058'24" T3N R7W S19 1/4 abc Core TD: 555.5' Surface Elevation: 150' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 019.5 ft. Citronelle Formation and Reworked Sand Poorly consolidated, tan to reddish tan, mottled, clayey, quartz sand. 19.5 -21 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately consolidated, tan to green, silty, waxy clay. 21 -80 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, light gray, clayey, fossiliferous, chalky limestone. Zones are bluish green clay and silt. 80 -270 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, gray-tan to brown, dolomitic, vuggy, solutioned, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossil molds solutioned. 270 -555.5 ft. Marianna Limestone Moderately indurated, grayish tan, dolomitic, chalky, rarely fossiliferous limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 165 Accession No.: W-15514 Core Name: Drill Hole #18 Owner: Eliza Jay Scott Date Drilled: 6/74 Driller: Hastings County: Jackson T3N R7W S11 1/4 dcc Lat/Long: 30O39'58"/84054'24" Surface Elevation: 120' Core TD: 424' Geophysical Logs Available: G,S,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0-37 ft. Recent Alluvium and Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, red to yellow to brown, sandy clay and clayey, silty sand. Mica and quartz gravel occasionally present. 3749.7 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, green-gray to tan-brown, speckled, calcareous, silty, clayey sand. 49.768 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately indurated, light gray, chalky, dolomitic, calcilutitic, vuggy, fossiliferous calcarenite. Intervals contain greenish clay zones and recrystallized, fossiliferous zones. 68299 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light gray to tan to brown, sucrosic, dolomitic, vuggy, fossiliferous calcarenite. Intervals contain greenish clay zones and recrystallized fossiliferous zones. 299 -424 ft. Marianna Limestone Moderately to well indurated, white to gray, chalky, fossiliferous calcilutite. Chert present at 381 ft.

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166 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6526 Core Name: Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1963 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T3S R3E S28 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30011'19"/84002'08" Surface Elevation: 13' Core TD: 39' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-3 ft. No Samples 325 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately indurated, pale orange, partially recrystallized calcilutite. 2539 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately indurated, pale orange, cryptocrystalline, moldic, fossiliferous calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 167 Accession No.: W-6527 Core Name: Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1963 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T3S R3E S30 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 30011'24"/84004'26" Surface Elevation: 14' Core TD: 50' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-7 ft. No Samples 7-42.5 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately to well indurated, yellowish gray, dolomitized calcilutite. 42.550 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately indurated, fossiliferous, recrystallized calcilutite.

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168 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6559 Core Name: SA/1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson TIN R5E S25 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 30027'30"/83047'08" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 112' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 070 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, reddish brown to light gray sand. 70 -85 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, light gray to yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic calcilutite. 85112 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, pale orange to yellow brown, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite. Fossils include mollusks and foraminifera.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 169 Accession No.: W-6560 Core Name: FGS-#1, U.S. 90 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T1N R6E S8 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30030'29"/83045'21" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 103' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-36 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, orange and greenish gray, sandy clay. 3681.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, greenish yellow to pale olive, clayey, silty, phosphatic sand. Intervals of clay and dolomitic calcilutite present. 81.5103 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, pale orange, sandy, fossiliferous calcilutite. Fossils include foraminifera and coral.

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170 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6561 Core Name: Ash #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T2N R6E S1 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30°35'50"/83040'30" Surface Elevation: 184' Core TD: 103' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0 -36 ft. Miccosukee Formation Moderately indurated, yellowish orange and greenish gray, silty, sandy clay. 36-81.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, pale greenish yellow, clayey, silty, phosphatic, quartz sand. 81.5103 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, pale orange, partially recrystallized, calcarenitic, fossiliferous calcilutite. Fossils include Sorites sp. and molds of macrofossils.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 171 Accession No.: W-6906 Core Name: Wooten #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 11/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T1S R3E S13 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30024'15"/83059'23" Surface Elevation: 165' Core TD: 250' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 R. Colton 012 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated yellowish gray, clayey sand. 12-65 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, light yellow, unfossiliferous, clayey sand. 65145 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, light yellow to white, unfossiliferous, phosphatic, sandy clay. 145228 ft. St. Marks Formation Well to moderately indurated, light orange to gray, dolomitic, cherty, unfossiliferous limestone. 228 -250 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately indurated, light orange, skeletal calcarenite. Fossils include foraminifera, mollusks and fossil molds.

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172 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6911 Core Name: Joiner #1 Owner: Pickney Hill Plantation Date Drilled: 11/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T2N R6E S6 1/4 da Lat/Long: 30036'19"/83045'56" Surface Elevation: 116' Core TD: 168' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 025 ft. Miccosukee Formation Predominantly clay, very sandy, silty, grayish orange to light yellow, trace heavies, thin sand beds, also sand-soil horizon. 2559 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Clay, white to grayish orange, sandy, slightly phosphatic, organic-rich zones, poor to moderate induration, calcareous at base. 59-101 ft. St. Marks Formation Limestone, sandy, clayey, clay beds, moderate to good induration, very light orange, fossiliferous. 101 -168 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, grainstone to wackestone, poor to good induration, very light orange, fossiliferous, chert lenses.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 173 Accession No.: W-6925 Core Name: Holcomb #1-Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 11/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T1S R5E S32 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 30021'08"/83051'18" Surface Elevation: 134' Core TD: 69' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-35 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, pale orange to yellowish orange, clayey, quartz sand. 35-47.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light gray to pale olive, unfossiliferous, phosphatic, clayey sand. 47.5 -50 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately indurated, orange, sandy calcilutite. 50-69 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, pale orange, microfossiliferous, clayey calcarenite. Fossils include Coskinolina floridana.

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174 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6927 Core Name: Wooten #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T2N R5E S5 1/4 center Lat/Long: 30036'09"/83050'52" Surface Elevation: 201' Core TD: 162' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 056 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, reddish brown to pale orange, clayey, silty sand. 56129.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, greenish yellow to yellowish gray, phosphatic, silty, sandy clay. 129.5152 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately indurated, light gray to yellowish brown, sandy calcilutite. Intervals of chert present. 152-162 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, pale orange, microfossiliferous, recrystallized calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 175 Accession No.: W-6930 Core Name: Tungston #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 11/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T1S R4E S14 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 30024'08"/83053'48" Surface Elevation: 128' Core TD: 210' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0130 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, grayish yellow to red, clayey sand. 130150 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, olive to yellowish orange, phosphatic, sandy clay. 150210 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, pale orange, silicified, microfossiliferous, clayey calcarenite. Fossils include Coskinolina floridana.

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176 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6931 Core Name: Walker #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson TIS R4E S29 1/4 db Lat/Long: 30022'18"/83056'38" Surface Elevation: 200' Core TD: 192' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 060 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, varicolored sand. 60 -90 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, olive to light gray, phosphatic, clayey sand. 90176.5 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately to well indurated, orange to greenish yellow, chalky calcilutite. 176.5192 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, pale yellow, finely crystalline, fossiliferous, cherty calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 177 Accession No.: W-6933 Core Name: Sasser #1 Owner: A. I. Sasser Date Drilled: 1/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Jefferson T3N R3E S36 1/4 da Lat/Long: 30037'05"/83059'00" Surface Elevation: 214' Core TD: 270' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott and Date: 1982 B. Yon 0-48 ft. Miccosukee Formation Predominantly clay, very sandy to sandy, silty, grayish orange to light yellow, trace heavies, thin sand beds, also sand-soil horizon. 48 -103 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Clay, sandy, silty, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration. Limestone, sandy, clayey, mudstone to wackestone, very light orange. 103224 ft. St. Marks Formation Limestone, sandy, clayey, clay beds, moderate to good induration, very light orange, fossiliferous. 224270 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, grainstone to wackestone, poor to good induration, very light orange, fossiliferous.

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178 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1566 Core Name: D-3, Lettie C. Howell #1 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 5/44 Driller: County: Lafayette T7S R13E S34 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 29049'35"/83001'00" Surface Elevation: 59' Core TD: 1292' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 050 ft. No Samples 50164 ft. Ocala Group 50106 ft. Crystal River Formation Well indurated, cream to light gray, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include foraminifera and a coarse microcoquina. 106125 ft. Williston Formation Moderately indurated, light cream, chalky, dolomitic, fossiliferous limestone. 125164 ft. Inglis Formation Well indurated, tan to light brown, finely crystalline, dolomitic limestone. Fossils include foraminifera and molluscan molds. 164 -405 ft. Avon Park Limestone Moderately to well indurated, tan to light gray, sucrosic, moldic dolomite. Fossils include echinoid fragments, foraminifera and molds. 405 -921 ft. Lake City Limestone Moderately to well indurated, brown to dark brown, finely sucrosic dolomite. Interval of fossiliferous, glauconitic limestone present. 921 -1292 ft. Oldsmar Limestone Well indurated, cream to tan, finely crystalline to moldic, chalky limestone. Interval of dolomite present. Fossils include Bryozoa, molluscan molds and foraminifera.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 179 Accession No.: W-1575 Core Name: D-12, Lettie C. Owner: Sun Oil Company Howell #2 Driller: Date Drilled: 11/44 T7S R14E S6 1/4 ba County: Lafayette Surface Elevation: 47' Lat/Long: 29054'31"/82056'45" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 1205' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0100 ft. No Samples 100107 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Well indurated, brown, finely crystalline, moldic limestone. Fossils include foraminifera. 107 -130 ft. No Samples 130360 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, brown, finely sucrosic, fossiliferous dolomite. Interval of limestone present. Fossils include Lituonella sp. molds. 360 -380 ft. No Samples 380-815 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, sucrosic dolomite. Interval of fossiliferous limestone present. Fossils include foraminifera and Bryozoa. 815-954 ft. No Samples 9541205 ft. Oldsmar Limestone Well indurated, brown, glauconitic, sucrosic dolomite. Interval of fossiliferous limestone present. Fossils include foraminifera.

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180 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1576 Core Name: D-14, Mayo Rosin #2 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 11/44 Driller: County: Lafayette T5S R11E S26 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 30001'35"/83011'18" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 451' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0120 ft. No Samples 120160 ft. Ocala Group 120 -160 ft. Crystal River Formation Well indurated, light tan to gray, sucrosic, moldic dolomite. Fossils present include foraminifera. 160 -170 ft. No Samples 170 -175 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, cream, fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone. Fossils include foraminifera. 775-381 ft. No Samples 381 -451 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, cream, finely sucrosic, dolomitic, moldic limestone. Fossils include foraminifera.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 181 Accession No.: W-1578 Core Name: D-16, Consolidated Owner: Sun Oil Company Naval Stores #4 Driller: Date Drilled: 12/44 T7S R12E S28 1/4 ba County: Lafayette Surface Elevation: 62' Lat/Long: 29051'00"/83007'43" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 452' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-155 ft. No Samples 155158 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Well indurated, brown, sucrosic, moldic dolomite. 158190 ft. No Samples 190-421 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, dark tan, moldic dolomite. Fossils present include foraminifera. 421 -440 ft. No Samples 440 -452 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, tan and brown, chalky to finely crystalline, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include foraminifera and molluscan molds

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182 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1579 Core Name: D-17, Consolidated Owner: Sun Oil Company Naval Stores #5 Driller: Date Drilled: 12/44 T7S R 1 2E S1 1/4 bb County: Lafayette Surface Elevation: 66' Lat/Long: 29054'25"/83004'26" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 370' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0187 ft. No Samples 187 -370 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, peat-flecked, tan, sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 183 Accession No.: W-1580 Core Name: D-18, Lettie C. Howell #3 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 1945 Driller: County: Lafayette T6S R13E S8 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 29058'55"/83002'21", Surface Elevation: 60' Core TD: 381' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 N. Cook 0141 ft. Ocala Group 0141 ft. Crystal River Formation Moderately indurated, light olive to gray, skeletal calcarenite. Fossils include foraminifera and molds. 141 -161 ft. No Samples 161 -381 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, yellowish gray, vugular dolostone.

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184 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1581 Core Name: D-19, Rosa Lancaster #1 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 1/45 Driller: County: Lafayette T6S R12E S21 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 29056'39"/83008'08" Surface Elevation: 70' Core TD: 433' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0 -400 ft. No Samples 400 -433 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, light gray, dolomitic limestone. Intervals of dolomite present. Fossils include mollusk molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 185 Accession No.: W-1583 Core Name: D-21, A.D. Land #1 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 2/45 Driller: County: Lafayette T5S R12E S11 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 30003'29"/83005'40" Surface Elevation: 54' Core TD: 321' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-57 ft. No Samples 57-212 ft. Ocala Group 57 -66 ft. Crystal River Formation Moderately indurated, cream-colored, finely crystalline, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include foraminifera. 66 -142 ft. No Samples 142-212 ft. Williston Formation Well indurated, dark tan, finely sucrosic, moldic dolomite. 212-316 ft. No Samples 316-321 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, brown, peat-flecked, finely sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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186 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1584 Core Name: D-22, Mayo Rosin Owner: Sun Oil Company Co. #3 Driller: Date Drilled: 3/45 T4S R10E S20 1/4 ba County: Lafayette Surface Elevation: 91' Lat/Long: 30007'37'/83020'46" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 489' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-261 ft. No Samples 261 -400 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, brown, peat-flecked, finely sucrosic, moldic dolomite. 400 -410 ft. No Samples 410 -489 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, tan and brown, mottled, peat-flecked, chalky to finely crystalline limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 187 Accession No.: W-1585 Core Name: D-23, W.C. Shiver #1 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 3/45 Driller: County: Lafayette T4S R12E S35 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 30°05'15"/83°05'45" Surface Elevation: 40' Core TD: 1090' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0-350 ft. No Samples 350 -390 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, pyritic, sucrosic dolomite. 390 -920 ft. No Samples 920 -1090 ft. Oldsmar Limestone Well indurated, cream, glauconitic, chalky to crystalline limestone. Intervals of dolomite present. Fossils include foraminifera.

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188 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1586 Core Name: D-24, Almo Owner: Sun Oil Company Turpentine Co. #1 Driller: Date Drilled: 6/45 T4S R11E S20 1/4 bd County: Lafayette Surface Elevation: 43' Lat/Long: 30007'15"/83014'06" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 1389' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0130 ft. No Samples 130 -170 ft. Ocala Group 130137 ft. Williston Formation Well indurated, tan, finely sucrosic dolomite. 137160 ft. No Samples 160170 ft. Inglis Formation Well indurated, brown, moldic dolomite. 170 -300 ft. No Samples 300 -362 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, dark cream, peat-seamed, silty, cryptocrystalline dolomite. Intervals of fossiliferous limestone present. Fossils include abundant Bryozoa. 362 -390 ft. No Samples 390-400 ft. Lake City Limestone (?) Well indurated, cream, chalky to finely crystalline, fossiliferous limestone. 400 -976 ft. No Samples 976 -1389 ft. Oldsmar Limestone Well indurated, light cream, pyritic, glauconitic, chalky to finely crystalline, fossiliferous limestone. Intervals of dolomite present. Fossils include abundant Bryozoa and foraminifera.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 189 Accession No.: W-1587 Core Name: D-26, Lettie C. Owner: Sun Oil Company Howell #4 Driller. Date Drilled: 5/45 T7S R13E S14 1/4 aca County: Lafayette Surface Elevation: 65' Lat/Long: 29052'38"/83000'02" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 1197' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0140 ft. No Samples 140143 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Well indurated, tan, finely sucrosic, moldic dolomite. 143-380 ft. No Samples 380 -450 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, dark brown to grayish brown, peat-seamed, sucrosic, moldic dolomite. 450 -965 ft. No Samples 9651197 ft. Oldsmar Limestone Well indurated, cream-colored, peat-flecked, glauconitic, chalky to finely crystalline limestone. Fossils include foraminifera and a microcoquina.

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190 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-1696 Core Name: R.L. Henderson Owner: Humble Oil and Refining Trustees et ux #1 Co. Date Drilled: 2/44 Driller: Sunnitand Contracting Co. County: Lafayette T4S R11E S20 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 30007'39"/830o14'04" Surface Elevation: 52' Core TD: 560' Geophysical Logs Available: E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0 -449 ft. No Samples 449 -560 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, tan and brown, mottled, peat-flecked, chalky to finely crystalline, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include Dictyoconus americanus.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 191 Accession No.: W-12698 Core Name: Clay Island #2 Owner: Clay Island Ranch Date Drilled: 5/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lake T21S R26E S10 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 28040'06"/82°42'16" Surface Elevation: 68' Core TD: 123' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0-87 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine to coarse, clayey to nonclayey, nonindurated to moderate induration, medium gray to light gray-brown to yellowish brown and reddish brown, mica present. Peat, 013 ft. 87113 ft. Hawthorn Group 87113 ft. Penney Farms Formation Clay, light gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, in part. Grades into sandy, clayey, phosphatic dolomite, poor to good induration. 113123 ft. Ocala Group 113-123 ft. Williston Formation Limestone, white to cream, fossiliferous, packstone to grainstone, poor to moderate induration.

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192 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12699 Core Name: Clay Island #1 Owner: Clay Island Ranch Date Drilled: 5/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lake T21S R26E S14 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 28039'48"/81041'43" Surface Elevation: 68' Core TD: 132' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0 -99 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, silty. 99124 ft. Hawthorn Group 99105 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolosilt, yellowish orange, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Clay, yellowish orange, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 105124 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite, limestone and clay. Clay, light orange to light yellowish orange, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, light orange to white, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Limestone, white, sandy, phosphatic, clayey, fossil molds. 124 -132 ft. Ocala Group 124 -132 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, low to high recrystallization, poor to good induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 193 Accession No.: W-12700 Core Name: Astatula #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lake T20S R26E S17 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 28044'56"/81 °43'46" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 283' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1977 0 -131 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto very-coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 131 -214 ft. Hawthorn Group 131 -186 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, yellowish brown, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Dolomite, light gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 186196 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 196 -214 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite, limestone, sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Limestone, sandy, phosphatic, fossiliferous, moderate induration, moderate to high recrystallization. 214283 ft. Ocala Group 214 -220 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate to high recrystallization, moderate to good induration.

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194 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 220 -283 ft. Williston Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to packstone, fossiliferous, moderate to high recrystallization, moderate induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 195 Accession No.: W-12701 Core Name: Howey #1 Owner: City of Howey-in-the-Hills Date Drilled: 5/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lake T20S R25E S35 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 28041'48"/82146'25" Surface Elevation: 160' Core TD: 225' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1975 0-73 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 73121 ft. Hawthorn Group 73 -94 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to white, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light gray to pinkish gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray to light gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 94100 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, to very light gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Clay, gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 100-121 ft.. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly dolomite with clay beds. Clay, light gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, white to light gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 121 -213 ft. Ocala Group 121 -165 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, low to high recrystallization, poor to good induration. 165 -213 ft. Williston Formation Limestone, white, grainstone, packstone, low to high recrystallization, poor to good induration.

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196 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 213225 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone and dolomite, white to gray-brown, grainstone to wackestone, moderate to high recrystallization, moderate induration, varies to dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 197 Accession No.: W-12702 Core Name: Apopka Lock Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lake T20S R26E S26 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 28043'17"/82040'39" Surface Elevation: 68' Core TD: 302' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0 -302 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand and clay with occasional organic-rich layers. Paleokarst infillings.

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198 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12735 Core Name: Bassville #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lake T19S R25E S24 1/4 aab Lat/Long: 28049'45"/82045'57" Surface Elevation: 64' Core TD: 222' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0 -121 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous and minor phosphate at base. 121 -158 ft. Hawthorn Group 121 -132 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Clay, light gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 132 -158 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite and sand. Quartz sand, yellowish gray to pinkish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. 158 -208 ft. Ocala Group 158 -208 ft. Williston Formation Limestone, grainstone to packstone, poor to moderate induration, low to high recrystallization, fossiliferous. 208 -222 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone to grainstone, poor induration, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 199 Accession No.: W-12745 Core Name: Lake Denham Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lake T19S R24E S32 1/4 center Lat/Long: 28047'30"/81055'45" Surface Elevation: 62' Core TD: 142' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1975 075 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey and calcareous, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous, peat common in upper portion. Calcilutute, sandy and clayey below peat, trace phosphate in lower part, appears to contain erratic boulders of Ocala Group limestone. This core probably was drilled in a paleokarst feature. 75142 ft. Ocala Group 75142 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to packstone, fossiliferous, moderate to high recrystallization, moderate induration.

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200 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14071 Core Name: Bad Luck Sue #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lee T46S R26E S22 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 26o27'15"/81°41'38" Surface Elevation: 19' Core TD: 100' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984 0 -16.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Shell Calcareous, unconsolidated, white to dark orange sand which includes a thin shell bed near the base. 16.5100 ft. Tamiami Formation The top of the Tamiami is moderately to well indurated, white to light gray, sandy limestone. The upper limestone is underlain by an unconsolidated, white to yellowish gray, sandy shell bed which is underlain by white to very light gray, unconsolidated, calcareous, shelly sand which occupies approximately seven feet. The remainder of the interval is characterized by white to very light gray, unconsolidated to poorly indurated shell beds interbedded with very light gray to white, unconsolidated, shelly, calcareous sand which overlies 44 feet of limestone. This limestone varies from medium gray to yellowish gray, well indurated, locally dolomitized, shelly limestone to pinkish gray to very pale orange to light gray coral limestone to white to very light gray, shelly, calcareous mud.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 201 Accession No.: W-14072 Core Name: Bad Luck Sue #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lee T46S R26E S15 1/4 ccc Lat/Long: 26027'56"/81042'23" Surface Elevation: 23' Core TD: 310' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond and Date: 1984 M. Knapp 017 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Shell Calcareous, unconsolidated, white to dark orange sand which includes a thin shell bed near the base. 17 -30 ft. Tamiami Formation Very light orange limestone which is moderately well indurated and contains fossil molds and mollusks. 30-310 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Light orange to olive gray, poorly indurated sand which contains phosphate sand as an accessory mineral in the lower portion of the interval, interbedded with white to gray to light orange limestone which is poorly to moderately indurated and contains varying proportions of quartz sand, clay and phosphatic sand. Sand and limestone are interbedded with white to gray to light orange sandstone that is moderately to well indurated and also with poorly indurated, gray to olive clay that is sometimes calcareous and contains accessory phosphatic sand. Minor yellowish gray, poorly indurated, white phosphatic sand. Minor yellowish gray, poorly indurated, white to light orange shell beds occur in this interval.

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202 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15286 Core Name: Buckingham #1 Owner: Lehigh Acres Water Date Drilled: 1982 Association County: Lee Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 26039'14"/81 °41'50" T44S R26E S15 1/4 Core TD: 770' Surface Elevation: 30' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,E,T,C,V,L,R STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 0 -17 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very fine to medium, becomes clayey with depth, unconsolidated to poor induration, light gray to yellowish brown. Limestone, sandy, packstone to wackestone, very light orange to white, fossiliferous. 17 -770 ft. Hawthorn Group 17-207 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to dolomite. 207 -770 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Tampa Member lithologies and typical Arcadia Formation Upper Member lithologies are interbedded below 568 ft. Good Tampa lithology from 730 -770 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 203 Accession No.: W-15287 Core Name: Corkscrew #1 Owner: City of Fort Myers Date Drilled: 3/82 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lee T46S R27E S8 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 26029'37"/81037'52" Surface Elevation: 28' Core TD: 382' Geophysical Logs Available: E,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond and Date: 1982 M. Knapp 0-35 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Sandstone White to gray to yellow, unconsolidated to poorly indurated sand which contains interbedded white to light orange, calcareous sandstone that is variably poorly to moderately indurated. This interval also contains minor interbedded light to grayish orange limestone layers which are alternatively poorly, moderately or well indurated. 35-99 ft. Tamiami Formation White, gray, brown or light orange limestone which is moderately to well indurated and contains minor, interbedded layers of gray, brown or orange dolomite which is well indurated. 99-382 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Consists of interbedded sand, dolosilt, limestone, sandstone, dolomite and clay layers. Sand, dolosilt and clay exhibit poor induration. Limestone, dolomite and sandstone are usually moderately to well indurated. Phosphatic sand occurs as an accessory mineral in amounts which vary from 1 -25 percent in very thin intervals. A 3-foot interval of unconsolidated phosphate containing phosphate cement and gravel occurs.

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204 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15487 Core Name: Cape Coral #1 Owner: Cape Coral Reverse Date Drilled: 6/82 Osmosis Plant County: Lee Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 26035'31"/82001'21" T45S R23E S4 1/4 aaa Core TD: 662' Surface Elevation: 6' Geophysical Logs Available: V,E,G,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984 013.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Shell Very light gray to white to yellowish orange, unconsolidated, calcareous sand, underlain by a white to very light gray, unconsolidated to poorly indurated shell bed. 13.5 -89 ft. Tamiami Formation Top of the Tamiami Formation is picked as a well indurated white to yellowish gray, fossiliferous, moldic limestone underlain by white to very light gray, sandy, calcareous mud. The mud becomes more clay-rich downhole and the color changes from very light gray to yellowish gray to light olive-gray. Trace phosphate and minor clay occur in this interval. 89-662 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Phosphatic limestone which varies from well indurated, fossil hash to sandy, fossiliferous limestone to moderately indurated, calcareous mud. The limestone is white to very light gray to pinkish gray or yellowish gray. The top of the interval is marked by calcareous, very light gray, unconsolidated sand. The previously described phosphatic limestone comprises the major part of this interval and is interbedded with varying proportions of sandy, fossiliferous dolomite and moderately indurated dolosilt which may be clayey and sandy.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 205 Accession No.: W-15556 Core Name: Alva #1 Owner: Frank Green Date Drilled: 7/82 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Lee T43S R27E S26 1/4 dac Lat/Long: 26042'20"/81 °35'48" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 462' Geophysical Logs Available: C,R,V,T,E,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond Date: 1984 010 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Pinkish gray to light gray to white or grayish orange, unconsolidated sand or clayey sand with minor dusky yellowish brown, organic-rich layers. 10 -68 ft. Tamiami Formation White to light gray, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, calcareous mud interlayered with minor yellowish gray, poorly indurated dolosilt and thin, well indurated, medium gray to white limestone. Minor phosphate and quartz sand occur as accessory minerals throughout this interval. 68 -462 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Olive-gray to light olive-gray, calcareous, slightly phosphatic, moderately indurated, sandy clay and poorly indurated, clayey sand are interbedded with minor, moderately well indurated, light olive-gray dolosilt; minor unconsolidated quartz sand; minor, well indurated, white to yellowish gray, moldic, slightly phosphatic limestone; minor, well indurated, dolomitic limestone and minor, white, poorly indurated, carbonate mud.

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206 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6599 Core Name: Jackson Bluff #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 3/64 Resources County: Leon Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 30023'05"/84038'06" TIS R4W S21 1/4 aa Core TD: 525' Surface Elevation: 61' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 0-5 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Moderately indurated, light olive-gray, silty, sandy clay with abundant mollusks. 5120 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, very pale orange mixture of sucrosic calcilutite, quartz sand, sandy calcilutite, sandy clay and clayey sand. Phosphate is present as are fossils. 120352 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, very pale orange to light gray, quartz sandy, moldic, dolomitic, fossiliferous, calcilutite and calcarenite. A few intervals contains greenish silty-sandy layers. 352 -380 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Well indurated, very pale orange, quartz sandy, dolomitic calcilutite. Greenish sandy clay blebs occur in some zones. 380 -525 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, very pale orange, occasionally microfossiliferous, chalky calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 207 Accession No.: W-6890 Core Name: Lake Talquin #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T1S R4W S11 1/4 cdb Lat/Long: 30024'39"/84036'00" Surface Elevation: 81' Core TD: 422' Geophysical Logs Available: S,P,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Johnson Date: 1986 0 -6 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Sand, orange-brown, quartz, fine to scattered medium. 6169 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated 6-41.5 ft.: Sand, clay, and dolosilt. Dolosilt is white to light green, common to abundant fine quartz sand, very chalky, scattered to some dark-colored heavy minerals. Sand is green, quartz (fine to coarse), dolomite matrix, moderately well consolidated. Clay is light green, scattered to some quartz sand. 41.5169 ft.: Limestone, tan, calcarenite to partially recrystallized calcilutite, common quartz sand (fine to coarse), relatively hard and consolidated, some thin zones of high molluscan moldic porosity, toward base gray molluscan calcirudite is common. 169 -370 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Dolostone and clay. Dolostone, two types: 1) calcilutite, white to light tan, moderately sandy (quartz, very fine to fine), moderately soft; 2) recrystallized, very dark gray and brown, some to common sand (quartz, very fine to fine), some to scattered moldic porosity, some zones of intraformational breccia, some thin zones of recrystallized foraminifera calcarenite, very hard. Clay, gray to green, thin beds, very sandy (quartz, very fine to fine) and as argillaceous dolomite calcilutite. 370-422 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone and calcic dolostone. Limestone, tan to white, foraminifera calcarenite, some calcilutite cement, hard. Calcic dolostone is light gray to light brown to tan, recrystallized, very-fine-grained and sucrosic, vuggy to moldic porosity, very hard.

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208 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6900 Core Name: Lake Jackson #1 Owner: R. 0. Vernon Date Drilled: 1964 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon TIN R1W S2 1(4 Lat/Long: 30030'57"/84018'04" Surface Elevation: 85' Core TD: 47' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 0 -9 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray to gray-brown, medium to fine quartz sand. 9-35 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, gray to tan, mottled, silty, sandy clay and clayey sand. Some intervals are silty and friable, others are massive and clayey. Ironstaining is present. 35 -47 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, mottled, slightly calcareous and dolomitic, speckled, mediumto fine-grained quartz sand.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 209 Accession No.: W-6902 Core Name: Lake Jackson #2 Owner: Leon County Date Drilled: 7/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T1N R1W S3 1/4 a Lat/Long: 30031'05"/84019'28" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 158' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 0 -9 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light to medium gray, mediumto fine-grained, quartz sand. Some organics and root remains are present. 950.5 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, light gray to light orange to white, mottled, clayey, slightly speckled, mediumto fine-grained, quartz sand. 50.5-75 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, very light grey to tan to white, calcareous sand, massive clay, sandy dolosilt and sandy calcilutite. 75131 ft. St. Marks Formation Poorly to well indurated, light gray to very light orange to white, moldic, fossiliferous calcarenite and calcilutite. 131 -158 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to light orange to white, fossiliferous, moldic, sucrosic calcarenite and dolomite. Interval from about 141 -151 ft. is medium brown, possibly organic matrix, silty sand.

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210 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6937 Core Name: Green #1 Owner: E. D. Green Date Drilled: 2/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T2N R3E S8 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30035'33"/84003'17" Surface Elevation: 245' Core TD: 247.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1982 C.W. Hendry 0 -62.5 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, light gray to reddish. brown to grayish orange, mottled, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay. 62.5154 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, yellowish gray to very pale orange to pale olive-yellow, mixture of sandy clay; calcareous, phosphatic clay; clayey quartz sand; and sandy, recrystallized, dolomitic calcilutite. 154 -237.5? ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, very pale orange, recrystallized, fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone. Some intervals contain clay and quartz sand. 237.5? -247.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, very pale orange, recrystallized, microfossiliferous calcilutite and calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 211 Accession No.: W-6998 Core Name: Goode #1 Owner: Mr. Goode Date Drilled: 3/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T2N R2E S8 1/4 da Lat/Long: 30035'18"/84009'05" Surface Elevation: 237' Core TD: 227' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt, Date: 1982 T. Scott & C.W. Hendry 0 -55 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, grayish orange to moderate reddish orange to light yellowish orange, clayey, mottled, silty, quartz sand. Sandy clay and limonite also present. 55142.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to light greenish yellow to white, clayey, phosphatic, quartz sand; sandy, phosphatic clay; and sandy, moldic, recrystallized limestone. 142.5-218 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, very pale orange, sandy, moldic, recrystallized, dolomitic, microfossiliferous calcilutite. 218 -227 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, very pale orange, recrystallized, very microfossiliferous calcarenite.

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212 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6999 Core Name: Harvey's Creek #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon TIS R3W S6 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30025'17"/84o34'00" Surface Elevation: 85' Core TD: 204' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1982 C.W. Hendry 0 -20 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, grayish orange to light brown, silty, fine to coarse quartz sand. 2029 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, grayish orange-pink, fine to very coarse, clayey, quartz sand. 2938 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, light brown to grayish black, quartz sandy, micaceous, shell bed and clay. 38 -184 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, yellowish gray to light bluish gray to pale yellow-orange, calcareous, clayey, quartz sand; phosphatic, sandy, fossilferous calcarenite; sandy clay; and finely sandy calcilutite. 184 -204 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately indurated, very pale orange, sandy, clayey, calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 213 Accession No.: W-7180 Core Name: Phipps #1 Owner: J. H. Phipps Date Drilled: 5/65 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T2N R1W S2 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 30035'56"/84018'14" Surface Elevation: 279' Core TD: 302' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt, Date: 1983 C.W. Hendry and T. Scott 0-73.5 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, light brown to yellowish orange to pale purple, mottled, laminated, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay. 73.5-152 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to well indurated, yellowish gray to very pale orange, sandy, phosphatic clay; sandy, clayey calcilutite; and clayey, phosphatic, calcareous, quartz sand. 152 -270 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately to well indurated, very palo orange, moldic, dolomitic, fossiliferous, sandy calcilutite. 270 -302 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, pale orange, recrystallized, microfossiliferous calcarenite.

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214 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7181 Core Name: Kinhega #1 Owner: Kinhega Lodge Date Drilled: 6/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T2N RIE S9 1/4 bd Let/Long: 30035'04"/84013'41" Surface Elevation: 249' Core TD: 262' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 C.W. Hendry 0 -62.5 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, pale yellowish brown to grayish orange, fine to coarse, mottled, laminated, silty, clayey, quartz sand and sandy, waxy clay. 62.5146 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to light olive-brown to pale orange, sandy, phosphatic clay; clayey, sandy phosphatic, dolomitic calcilutite; and waxy clay with limestone pebbles. 146238 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately to well indurated, very pale orange to yellowish gray, sandy, moldic, recrystallized, dolomitic, fossiliferous calcilutite and calcarenite. 238 -262 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, very pale orange, recrystallized, microfossiliferous calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO, 103 215 Accession No.: W-7523 Core Name: CH-1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1960 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T2S R2W S18 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 3018'50"/84°28'36" Surface Elevation: 87' Core TD: 62' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1979 S. Klinzing 0 -49 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, very pale orange to dark yellowish brown, fine to very coarse, quartz sand. 49 -62 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray, sandy, phosphatic, shell bed.

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216 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7524 Core Name: CH-2 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1960 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T2S R2W S6 1/4 da Lat/Long: 30020'23"/84028'23" Surface Elevation: 78' Core TD: 211.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 0 -52 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Poorly consolidated, grayish brown to grayish orange, clayey quartz sand. 5275 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Moderately indurated, light gray to olive-gray, calcareous, quartz sandy, sheil bed. 75109 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, olive-gray to medium gray, slightly fossiliferous, sandy clay and calcareous, clayey, phosphatic sand. 109125 ft. Chipola Formation Well indurated, very pale orange, chalky, quartz sandy, phosphatic, fossiliferous limestone. 125-211.5 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, very pale orange to very light gray, fossiliferous, slightly sandy, moldic limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 217 Accession No.: W-7525 Core Name: CH-3 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1960 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T1S R2W S7 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 30024'19"/84028'41" Surface Elevation: 121' Core TD: 124' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1984 C.W. Hendry 0 -50 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Poorly indurated, pale yellowish brown, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 50-80 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, very light gray, clayey, sandy, chalky, slightly fossiliferous limestone. 80124 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately indurated, very light orange, quartz sandy, fossiliferous limestone.

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218 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7526 Core Name: CH-4 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1960 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon TIS R2W S19 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 30022'34"/84o28'36" Surface Elevation: 122' Core TD: 120' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1984 C.W. Hendry 077 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, yellowish brown to grayish brown, clayey, organic, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 77-90 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Gray to greenish gray, sandy clay. 86.5 to 89 ft. massive and blocky, 89 to 90 ft. silty, clayey sand. Core from 86.5 ft. to 120 ft. 90 -120 ft. St. Marks Formation Buff to yellow-gray, fossiliferous, moldic, slightly sandy, well indurated calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 219 Accession No.: W-7527 Core Name: CH-5 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1960 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon T1N R2W S32 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 30026'20"/84027'21" Surface Elevation: 165' Core TD: 150' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1984 C.W. Hendry 0-41 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, yellowish brown to grayish brown, clayey, organic, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 41 -61 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly indurated, yellowish gray, clayey, fine to gravel size, quartz sand. Clay beds common. 61 -124 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to very pale orange, very quartz sandy, clayey, dolomitic, slightly phosphatic, moldic, slightly fossiliferous calcilutite. 124150 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, very pale orange, sandy, recrystallized, fossiliferous calcilutite.

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220 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7536 Core Name: Polk Creek Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 1/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Leon TIS R3W S1 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 30o25'26"/84o29'06" Surface Elevation: 148' Core TD: 215' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 T. Scott 0 -56 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, grayish brown to yellowish gray, clayey, organic, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 56 -215 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poor to moderate induration, olive-gray to very light orange to white, clayey, phosphatic, fine sand; and sandy, clayey, moldic, fossiliferous limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 221 Accession No.: W-1564 Core Name: D1A, W.W. Powers #1 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 2/44 Driller: County: Levy T11S R14E S28 1/4 bbc Lat/Long: 29029'34"/82o55'10" Surface Elevation: 28' Core TD: 303' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1984 R. Vernon 0142 ft. No Samples 142223 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, brown, porous, moldic dolomite. 223 -303 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, cream-colored, chalky, moldic, dolomitic limestone. Molds include mollusks and foraminifera.

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222 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7111 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #10 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29012'56"/82048'52" T14S R15E S33 1/4 dc Core TD: 70' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples T011 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, cream-colored, unfossiliferous, clayey sand. 11 -70 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, white to cream-colored, crystalline, calcareous dolomite. Intervals of lithographic limestone present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 223 Accession No.: W-7112 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #9 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 290° 12'32"/8247'34" T15S R15E S4 1/4 b Core TD: 57' Surface Elevation: 3' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-12 ft. No Samples 1229.5 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white, argillaceous, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include foraminifera, Bryozoa and mollusks. 29.5-57 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, gray to grayish tan, crystalline, peat-flecked dolomite.

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224 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7113 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #8 Owner: Peter McInnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29012'07/82048'27" TTI5S R15E S5 1/4 da Core TD: 57.5' Surface Elevation: 4' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 012 ft. No Samples 12 -20 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white, calcilutitic, fossiliferous limestone. 20 -57.5 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, brown, sucrosic, vugular dolomite. Intervals of peat present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 225 Accession No.: W-7114 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #7 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29012'53"/82047'42" T14S R15E S34 1/4 cd Core TD: 61' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-10 ft. No Samples 10 -20 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white to cream-colored, fossiliferous calcilutitic limestone. Fossils present include mollusks, foraminifera and fossil molds. 20-61 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, tan to grayish brown, sucrosic, vugular dolomite. Intervals of peat present. Fossils include echinoids and fossil molds.

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226 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7115 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #6 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29012'54"/82048'34" T14S R15E S33 1/4 d Core TD: 60' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 10 -20 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, cream to gray, clayey silt. 20 -60 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, cream to grayish brown, vugular, moldic dolomite. Intervals of peat present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 227 Accession No.: W-7116 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #5 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29013'43h"/82048'11" T14S R15E S27 1/4 cc Core TD: 54.5' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-17 ft. No Samples 1754.5 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, tan to grayish tan, sucrosic, moldic, calcareous dolomite. Intervals of peat present. Fossils include mollusks and fossil molds.

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228 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7117 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #4 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29014'36"/82047'26" T14S R15E S22 1/4 dd Core TD: 50' Surface Elevation: 7' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 014 ft. No Samples 14 -33 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include foraminifera, mollusks and Bryozoa. 33 -50 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, grayish tan to cream-colored, crystalline, peat-flecked dolomite. Fossils present include mollusks and fossil molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 229 Accession No.: W-7118 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #3 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 (abandoned) Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29014-22"/82045'58" T14S R15E S25 1/4 ba Core TD: 50' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-20 ft. No Samples 20-45 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, cream to white, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils inlude mollusks, Bryozoa, foraminifera and molds. 4550 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, brown, sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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230 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7619 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #17 Owner: Peter McInnis Lumber Date Drilled: 9/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29013'02"/82051'08" T14S R15E S31 1/4 ac Core TD: 55' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 1018 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, cream to yellowish orange, sandy silt. 1855 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, crystalline, sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 231 Accession No.: W-7620 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #13 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 8/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29013'00"/82050'20" T14S R15E S31 1/4 dbd Core TD: 55' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 1055 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, grayish brown to brown, vugular, crystalline dolomite. Intervals of limestone present.

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232 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7621 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #15 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 9/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29012'37"/82049'19" TI5S R15E S6 1/4 aa Core TD: 55' Surface Elevation: 10' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 010 ft. No Samples 10 -55 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, cream-colored, moldic, peat-flecked, sucrosic, calcareous dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 233 Accession No.: W-7622 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #16 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 9/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29012'12"/82049'53" T15S R15E S6 1/4 bc Core TD: 60' Surface Elevation: 6' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-20 ft. No Samples 20 -60 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, cream to grayish brown, moldic, dolomitic limestone. Intervals of dolomite and peat present.

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234 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7623 Core Name: Gulf Hammock Hole #18 Owner: Peter Mclnnis Lumber Date Drilled: 9/64 Company County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29013'16"/82050'40" TT4S R15E S31 1/4 cb Core TD: 42' Surface Elevation: 6' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-37 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, cream-colored, unfossiliferous, clayey silt. 37 -42 ft. Avon Park Limestone Highly indurated, tan to brown, sucrosic, vugular dolomite. Fossils present include molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 235 Accession No.: W-12581 Core Name: Williston #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Levy T12S R18E S27 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 29024'42"/82029'32" Surface Elevation: 70' Core TD: 171' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1984 N. Cook 0-5 ft. No Samples 5102 ft. Ocala Group (?) Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, light orange, skeletal limestone. Fossils include foraminifera and coquina. 102106 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Well indurated, yellowish gray, unfossiliferous dolostone. 106 -171 ft. Avon Park Limestone Moderately to well indurated, white to light orange, calcilutitic limestone. Fragments of dolomite present.

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236 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12582 Core Name: Inglis #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Levy TT7S R16E S3 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 29001'38"/82040'26" Surface Elevation: 13' Core TD: 88' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 012 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Well indurated, creamy white to buff-colored, calcilutitic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include algae, mollusks, foraminifera and numerous molds. 1288 ft. Avon Park Limestone Highly indurated, gray to grayish tan, very tight, crystalline dolomite. Intervals of extremely fossiliferous limestone, peat stringers and calcareous dolomite present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 237 Accession No.: W-12583 Core Name: Inglis #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Levy T17S R16E S3 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 29001'38"/82040'28" Surface Elevation: 13' Core TD: 11.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0 -6 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated, gray to grayish tan, fineto medium-grained, calcareous sand. 611.5 ft. Avon Park Limestone Moderately to well indurated, white to cream-colored, calcilutitic, moldic limestone.

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238 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12615 Core Name: Manatee Springs #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 2/75 Resources County: Levy Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29028'47"/82058'30" T1IS R13E S35 1/4 bd Core TD: 496' Surface Elevation: 12' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-3.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated, tan to brown, fineto medium-grained, unfossiliferous sand. 3.511.5 ft. Alachua Formation ? Poorly indurated, white, unfossiliferous calcilutite. 11.5110 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, cream-colored, calcilutitic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils present include mollusks, Lepidocyclina sp. and fossil molds. 110112 ft. No Samples 112 -496 ft. Avon Park Limestone Well indurated, grayish brown, peat-flecked, highly fossiliferous limestone. Intervals of well indurated, crystalline, iron-stained dolomite and unfossiliferous dolomite present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 239 Accession No.: W-6611 Core Name: Rock Bluff #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T2N R7W S23 1/4 db Lat/Long: 30033'39"/84o54'12" Surface Elevation: 259' Core TD: 295' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 050 ft. Terrace Sand and Citronelle Formation Poorly indurated, very pale orange to very light gray, quartz sand and gravel and clayey sand. 50176 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, light olive-gray to bluish gray clay and quartz sand. Some intervals are dolomitic, sandy calcilutite. Minor amounts of phosphate, heavy minerals and mica are present. 176 -295 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, very light gray to very light orange, sandy, recrystallized, dolomitic calcilutite.

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240 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6901 Core Name: Alum Bluff #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 8/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty TIN R7W S30 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30028'08"/84o58'46" Surface Elevation: 82' Core TD: 527' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 01 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, grayish orange to light olive-gray, mollusk-rich, clayey sand. 1 -65 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, very light orange to very light gray, occasionally calcilutitic, clayey sand. 65137.5 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly indurated, very light gray, quartz sandy, shelly, calcarenitic limestone. 137.5 -300 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, very pale orange to very light gray, recrystallized, dolomitic, calcilutitic limestone. 300 -486 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, very light gray to grayish orange, fossiliferous, moldic, sucrosic, dolomitic limestone and dolomite. 486 -527 ft. Marianna Limestone Well indurated, very pale orange to very light gray, sucrosic, fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone and dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 241 Accession No.: W-7457 Core Name: Wall #1 Owner: St. Joe Paper Company Date Drilled: 1965 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T1N R7W S13 1/4 b/center Lat/Long: 30029'05"/84053'11" Surface Elevation: 250' Core TD: 408' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 0 -85 ft. Terrace Sand and Citronelle Formation Undifferentiated Unconsolidated, pale yellowish brown to pale brown, slightly clayey, quartz sand. Quartz sand varies from fine to very coarse. Brownish black humate layers are present at 5255 ft. and 70-71 ft. 85115 ft. White Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, white to very pale orange, poorly sorted, quartz sand. 115 -160 ft. Gray Clayey Sand Poorly consolidated, olive-gray, silty, micaceous, clayey, quartz sand. 160 -175 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, olive-gray, silty, micaceous, fossiliferous, clayey, quartz sand. 175-212 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, pale orange to yellowish gray, quartz sandy, clayey, dolomitic calcilutite. 212 -260 ft. Chipola Formation Moderately to well indurated, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, quartz sandy, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite. Oysters are common in higher intervals. 260 -345 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, yellowish gray, quartz sandy, clayey, dolomitic, finely sucrosic dolomite and dolomitic calcilutite. Clay seams are common throughout. 345 -408 ft. Chattahoochee/St. Marks Formations Undifferentiated Well indurated, pale orange to light gray, sandy, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite. Interval between 365 and 366 ft. is a dark green, clay bed. Some intervals appear brecciated.

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242 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7535 Core Name: Hosford Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty TIS R6W S13 1/4 add Lat/Long: 30023'25"/84047'04" Surface Elevation: 110' Core TD: 62' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 P. Huddlestun 010 ft. Undifferentiated Clay and Clayey Sand Poorly consolidated, gray-yellow to moderate red, sandy clay and quartz sand. 1019 ft. Gray Clayey Sand Poorly consolidated, olive-gray, weathered, clayey, quartz sand. 19-46 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, olive-gray, clayey, shelly, quartz sand. 46 -62 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to well indurated, light gray, clayey, quartz sand. Interval at base of section is a slightly fossiliferous, sandy limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 243 Accession No.: W-7616 Core Name: Alum Bluff #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T1N R8W S24 1/4 abd Lat/Long: 30028'10"/84059'08" Surface Elevation: 175' Core TD: 206' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 060 ft. Terrace Sand and Citronelle Formation Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, grayish to yellowish orange, clayey quartz sand and gravel. 60-91 ft. Gray Clayey Sand Poorly consolidated, greenish gray to light brown, micaceous, clayey sand and clay. Some intervals appear to be bioturbated. 91 -101 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly consolidated, dark greenish gray to tan-yellow, micaceous, shelly, clayey sand. 101 -143.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to very pale orange, clayey, quartz sand and calcilutite. The top 3 feet contains burrows filled with Jackson Bluff material. 143.5 -206 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to brownish gray, abundantly fossiliferous, quartz sandy biocalcarenite.

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244 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12818 Core Name: Liberty #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 7/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T2S R8W S26 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 30016'37"/85001'02" Surface Elevation: 50' Core TD: 100' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1975 E. Bishop 0100 ft. Undifferentiated Clay and Quartz Sand Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, dark gray to red-brown to greenbrown, micaceous, sandy clays and fine to pebble size, quartz sand. Organic material and wood occur between 35 and 44 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 245 Accession No.: W-12819 Core Name: Liberty #2 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 7/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T3S R8W S14 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 30013'25"/85000'28" Surface Elevation: 75' Core TD: 50' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1975 E. Bishop 050 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, yellow and gray, clayey, fine to pebble size, quartz sand. Bottom 2 feet contains sandy clay.

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246 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12820 Core Name: Liberty #3 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 7/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T4S R8W S17 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 30008'01"/85003'31" Surface Elevation: 37' Core TD: 90' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1975 0-20 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Poorly indurated, light yellow to red, clayey, quartz sand. 20-48 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand and Gravel Poorly indurated, light yellow to gray, fine to gravel size, quartz sand. Wood at 34 ft. 48 -70 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, bluish gray, shelly clay and sand. 70 -90 ft. Chipola Formation Moderately to well indurated, shelly clay and quartz sand.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 247 Accession No.: W-12821 Core Name: Liberty #4 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 7/75 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T2S R7W S30 1/4 ac Lat/Long: 30016'33"/84058'49" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 90' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1975 E. Bishop 0-36 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, yellow to gray, clayey, medium to gravel size, quartz sand. Interval from 30-36 ft. is dark gray clay. 36 -60 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, gray, clayey, quartz sandy, shell bed. 60 -90 ft. Chipola Formation SModerately indurated, sandy, shell bed.

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248 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14906 Core Name: New River Core #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 5/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T5S R7W S3 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 30°04'15"/84o55'00" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 262' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,X,C,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 0 -29 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray to moderate yellowish brown, clayey, quartz sand. Some intervals appear graded and others contain plant remains. 29-34.2 ft. Sandy Clay Poorly indurated, moderate gray, massive, sandy clay. Mica, heavy minerals, pyrite and plant remains are also present. 34.247 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation , Poorly indurated, moderate gray, clayey, sandy, shell bed. 47143 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. Microfossils are abundant; phosphate and heavy minerals are present. 143 -161 ft. Clayey Dolosilt Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, massive, clayey, sucrosic dolosilt. Interval between 149 and 157.5 ft. is chalky, fossiliferous calcarenite. 161 -262 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, very light gray to very light orange, sandy, dolomitic, moldic, fossiliferous limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 249 Accession No.: W-14925 Core Name: Dead End #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 5/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T5S R8W S15 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 30002'17"/85001'54" Surface Elevation: 27' Core TD: 290' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 0 -48.4 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clayey Sand Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, moderate light gray to grayish orange, clayey, quartz sand. Interval from 22-44.5 ft. contains clean, graded, quartz sand. 48.4 -56 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, very light gray, clayey, quartz sandy, shell bed. 56 -176 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, light gray to light olive-gray, clayey, sandy, phosphatic biccalcarenite. 176197 ft. Clayey Dolosilt Poorly to moderately indurated, olive-gray, massive, clayey, sucrosic dolomite. 197 -290 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, very light orange to very light gray, fossiliferous, moldic, slightly quartz sandy limestone.

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250 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14969 Core Name: Gregory Mills #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 7/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T3S R8W S32 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30010'45"/185003'59" Surface Elevation: 42' Core TD: 502' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,X STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 0-32 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, grayish orange to moderate light gray, fine to coarse, clayey, quartz sand. Interval between 24 and 29 ft. is massive clayey sand. 32 -116 ft. Graded Sand and Gravel Unconsolidated, very light gray, fine to gravel size, graded, quartz sand. 116128 ft. Clayey Sand Poorly indurated, moderate dark gray, calcareous, clayey, slightly fossiliferous, quartz sand. 128133 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, greenish gray to yellowish gray, quartz sandy, phosphatic, fossiliferous, soft calcarenite. 133157 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light olive gray, calcareous, phosphatic, speckled, quartz sand. 157 -213 ft. Intracoastal Formation Moderately indurated, greenish gray to very light orange, clayey, phosphatic, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. Foraminifera abundant. 213233.5 ft. Clayey Dolosilt Moderately indurated, olive-gray, massive, sucrosic, clayey dolosilt. 233.5 -470 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, very light gray to very light orange, dolomitic, slightly clayey and quartz sandy, fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone. Interval between 258 and 263 ft. is an oyster bed in a calcisilt matrix. Interval between 348 and 351.5 ft. is black clay with phosphate pebbles. 470 -502 ft. Suwannee Limestone ? Well indurated, very light orange to white, chalky, dolomitic, sucrosic, moldic, slightly fossiliferous limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 251 Accession No.: W-14993 Core Name: Jackson Camp #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 8/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T2S R6W S27 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 30016'28"/84049'18" Surface Elevation: 85' Core TD: 279' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,X STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 0 -36.4 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, very light gray to brownish gray, clayey, quartz sand. Interval between 33.5 ft. 36.4 ft. is a massive, pyrite-rich, diatom-moldic clay. 36.4-48 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, light gray to very light orange, quartz sandy biocalcarenite and shell bed. 48-82 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light gray to very light orange, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite. 82160 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, very light gray, phosphatic, calcilutitic, quartz sand. 160-279 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Well indurated, very light gray to white, moldic, fossiliferous calcilutite and calcarenite.

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252 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14996 Core Name: Queen's Bay #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 7/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Liberty T3S R5W S31 1/4 aba Lat/Long: 30010'49"/84046'35" Surface Elevation: 64' Core TD: 212' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1981 018.5 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated, moderately dark gray to light brownish gray, clayey, quartz sand. Interval from 16.518.5 ft. contains wood. 18.533.5 ft. Graded Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray, graded, fine to very coarse, quartz sand. Wood at 30 ft. 33.545 ft. Massive Clay Poorly indurated, dark gray, slightly quartz sandy, massive clay. 4553 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated to well indurated, light gray, quartz sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, shell bed. 53104.8 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic, foraminifera-rich biocalcarenite. 104.8 -112 ft. Dolosilt Moderately indurated, light gray to very light orange, clayey, sucrosic, phosphatic dolosilt. 112-212 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Poorly to well indurated, light gray to brownish gray, fossiliferous, quartz sandy, calcarenitic limestone. Interval between 147 and 162 ft. contains an oyster bed in calcareous, quartz sand matrix.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 253 Accession No.: W-15497 Core Name: Drill Hole #1 Owner: Roy Atkins Date Drilled: 11/73 Driller: Law Engineering County: Liberty T2N R7W S2 1/4 dbd Lat/Long: 30035'44"/84°54'06" Surface Elevation: 245' Core TD: 302' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0-83 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to moderately indurated, tan to red-yellow to purple, clayey, silty, quartz sand, ranging from fine to very coarse; some plastic clay layers. 83 -154 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated to well indurated, white to light gray to greenish gray, clayey, quartz sand and calcareous, sandy clay. Phosphate specks present; some zones dolomitic, hard limestone with fossils. Layers of massive, waxy, blue-green clay (Fuller's Earth). Layers of breccia-type sandstone in a sandy, calcareous clay matrix. 154301 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, light tan-cream to white to gray-green dolomite, dolomitic calcilutite and calcareous clay. Some zones fossiliferous; at 212 ft., a massive, waxy clay exists. Lower parts of interval contain argillaceous, sandy, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite. 301 -302 ft. Suwannee Limestone ? Well indurated, dark gray-black, dolomite and limestone.

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254 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15498 Core Name: Drill Hole #2 Owner: Bert Phillips Date Drilled: 1/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Liberty T2N R7W S12 1/4 dcc Lat/Long: 30034'36"/84053'52" Surface Elevation: 264' Core TD: 504' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 070 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to moderately indurated, tan to red-yellow to brown, silty, clayey, fine to gravel size, quartz sand. Some zones contain mottled, silty clay. 70219 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated to well indurated, gray to blue-green to reddish brown, massive clays and clayey sand with phosphate. At 135 ft., shell fragments occur; at 140 ft., the first limestone occurs. From this depth and deeper, there are sandy, dolomitic limestone and greenish, sandy clay. 219362 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, light gray to greenish gray, slightly fossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite. Some zones contain greenish, sandy clay. 362 -504 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light gray to brown to tan, moldic dolomite and fossiliferous, dolomitic limestone.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 255 Accession No.: W-15499 Core Name: Drill Hole #3 Owner: Oliver Hardy Date Drilled: 1/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Liberty T2N R7W S11 1/4 dac Lat/Long: 30034'57"/84054'51" Surface Elevation: 255' Core TD: 501' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt & Date: 1983 R. Nelson 0-70.5 ft. * Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to moderately consolidated, tan to brown to reddish yellow, silty, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 70.5-190 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, yellow to blue-green, micaceous, phosphatic, clayey sand and sandy clay. Below 135 ft., the interval becomes calcareous with some dolomitic limestone and occasional shell fragments. 190 -323.5 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, tan to gray to white to greenish gray, dolomitic calcilutite. Some layers are silty and clayey with phosphate specks. Worm tubes, mollusks, and corals are present. 323.5-486.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, tan to brown, moldic, fossiliferous, slightly clayey and sandy dolomite and dolomitic limestone. 486.5501 ft. Marianna Limestone? Poorly indurated, grayish tan, fossiliferous, friable limestone.

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256 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15500 Core Name: Drill Hole #4 Owner: Harry Donar Date Drilled: 12/73 Driller: Law Engineering County: Liberty TIN R7W S6 1/4 adc Lat/Long: 30030'20"/84058'34" Surface Elevation: 212' Core TD: 348' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0 -110 ft. Terrace Sand and Citronelle Formation Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately consolidated, tan-orange to brown to white, clayey, silty, quartz sand and gravel. Clayey zones mottled, slight plasticity and slightly micaceous. 110124 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Moderately consolidated, dark greenish gray, silty, clayey, abundantly fossiliferous (shell fragments), fine to medium, quartz sand. Mica and phosphate present. 124 -143 ft. Chipola Formation? Moderately indurated, green-gray, silty, clayey, calcareous sand and sandy limestone. 143221 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, white to light green to gray-tan, porous, calcareous, quartz sand with lime stringers. 221 -348 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, buff to gray-tan, calcareous, dolomitic clay and dolomitic calcilutite; chalky-looking, often vuggy and sucrosic, fossiliferous in zones.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 257 Accession No.: W-15501 Core Name: Drill Hole #5 Owner: William Dawson Date Drilled: 1/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Liberty T2N R7W S29 1/4 dbb Lat/Long: 30032'41"/84057'03" Surface Elevation: 245' Core TD: 404' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 0 -94.5 ft. Terrace Sand and Citronelle Formation Undifferentiated Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, light tan to light brown to reddish purple, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. Clayey zones mottled. 94.5100.5 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Moderately consolidated, green-gray, sandy clay with abundant shell fragments. 100.5103 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly consolidated, gray-green, fine-grained, silty, clayey, calcareous sand with some small shell fragments. 103 -233.5 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, tan to light gray to gray-green and bluegreen, calcareous, sandy, waxy clay and mottled, calcareous, chalky, slight fossiliferous sand. Mica and phosphate present in small amounts. Lower parts of interval are sandy, slightly phosphatic calcilutite. 233.5 -401.7 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to well indurated, white to gray to light brown, sucrosic dolosilt and clayey, dolomitic calcilutite. Some zones are fossiliferous, others are very clayey; pyrite common locally. Fine quartz sand and clay intervals common. 401.7 -404 ft. Suwannee Limestone? Well indurated, light gray to tan, moldic, fossiliferous, dolomitic, miliolidrich calcarenite.

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258 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15507 Core Name: Drill Hole #11 Owner: Jerry Anders Date Drilled: 2/74 Driller: Law Engineering County: Liberty TIS R7W S32 1/4 bcb Lat/Long: 30021'11"/84057'14" Surface Elevation: 120' Core TD: 254' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1983 056 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brown to tan to yellow-orange, silty, clayey, quartz sand. Intervals contain red, mottled, clayey sand; black, organic peat; and clean sand. 5667 ft. Arenaceous Clay Bed Poorly to moderately consolidated, dark gray, silty, quartz sandy, micaceous clay. 67 -74 ft. Jackson Bluff/Intracoastal Formations Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately consolidated, greenish gray, calcareous, phosphatic, mollusk-rich, quartz sand. 74170 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, light greenish gray, calcareous, clayey, phosphatic, microfossiliferous, quartz sand and calcarenite. Lower 20 ft. contains sand and fauna similar to the Chipola Formation (gradational or interfingered?). 170-254 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Formation Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, dark gray to light gray to bluish gray, silty, arenaceous, vuggy, fossiliferous limestone. Intervals are sandy, chalky and dolomitic.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 259 Accession No.: W-10480 Core Name: Bass #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Madison T3N R10E S206 1/4 Lat/Long: 29039'47"/83°05'37" Surface Elevation: 83' Core TD: 208' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1984 R. Colton 0-3 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Nonindurated, light gray, fine sand. 3-45 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, white to light gray, sandy clay. Intervals of chert present. 45 -200 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately indurated, light orange, skeletal, moderately recrystallized limestone. Fossils include foraminifera, echinoids and mollusks. 200 -208 ft. Ocala Group 200 -208 ft. Crystal River Formation Moderately indurated, light orange, crystalline to fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include echinoids and foraminifera.

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260 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10654 Core Name: Ellaville #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Madison T1S R11E S13 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 29025'50"/82055'13" Surface Elevation: 57' Core TD: 70' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1984 R. Colton 020 ft. No Samples 2027.5 ft. Suwannee Lim6stone? Well indurated, grayish orange, fossiliferous, vugular dolostone. 27.570 ft. Ocala Group 27.5-70 ft. Crystal River Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, gray to orange, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include coquina, foraminifera, mollusks and fossil molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 261 Accession No.: W-10655 Core Name: Ellaville #3 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Madison T1S R11E S14 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 29026'03"/82056'24" Surface Elevation: 60' Core TD: 41' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1984 R. Colton 018 ft. No Samples 18-41 ft. Ocala Group 18 -33 ft. Crystal River Formation? Well indurated, grayish orange, fossiliferous, calcareous dolostone. Fossils include Bryozoa, mollusks and fossil molds. 33-41 ft. Crystal River Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, white, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils include foraminifera and mollusk molds.

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262 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15515 Core Name: Howard #1 Owner: Mr. Howard Date Drilled: 2/84 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Madison T2N R8E S5 1/4 da Lat/Long: 29038'29"/83017'25" Surface Elevation: 160' Core TD: 287' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine Date: 1984 0-6.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated, grayish orange to yellowish brown, fineto coarsegrained sand. 6.5 -18.5 ft. Miccosukee Formation Moderately indurated, reddish brown to light brown, unfossiliferous, clayey sand. 18.5-72 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, phosphatic clay and silt with intervals of clayey sand. Fossils include plant remains and sporadic peat inclusions. 72-229 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, pale orange to white, fossiliferous calcarenite with intervals of dolomite and silt inclusions. Fossils present include foraminifera, mollusk molds and shell fragments. 229 -287 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Well indurated, yellowish gray to light gray, fossiliferous, calcareous dolomite. Intervals of limestone and recrystallized coquina are present. Fossils present include foraminifera, mollusks and molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 263 Accession No.: W-15537 Core Name: Burnett #1 Owner: Mr. Burnett Date Drilled: 4/84 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Madison T2N R9E S5 1/4 bab Lat/Long: 29038'46"/83010'53" Surface Elevation: 185' Core TD: 322' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N,C,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine & Date: 1984 S. Spencer 0 -3 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Poorly indurated, yellowish gray, very-fineto fine-grained, clayey sand. 3-29.3 ft. Miccosukee Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish orange-brown, unfossiliferous, fineto medium-grained, clayey sand with intervals of clay and clay laminae. 29.3109 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, grayish yellow-green to light olive-gray, generally unfossiliferous, dolomitic, phosphatic, sandy clay. Intervals of limestone and dolomite present. 109129 ft. St. Marks Formation Moderately to well indurated, pale orange to white, fossiliferous, sandy calcarenite. Fossils include mollusks and fossil fragments. 129 -293.2 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, pale orange to white, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils present include foraminifera, mollusks, cones and fossil molds. 293.2-322 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, light gray to white, fossiliferous calcarenite. Intervals of dolomite and calcarenite with chert inclusions present. Fossils include mollusks, foraminifera and fossils molds.

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264 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-11570 Core Name: Wright #4 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/72 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Manatee T33S R22E S1 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 27038'38"/82003'55" Surface Elevation: 137' Core TD: 462' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0 -17 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Quartz sand, very fine to coarse, clayey, poor induration, grayish brown. 17-400 ft. Hawthorn Group 17 -52 ft. Bone Valley Member/Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey to very clayey, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, sand and gravel, variable to sandy clay with phosphate, poor induration. 52319 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 319400 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. 400 -462 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, packstone, poor to moderate induration, white to very light orange, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 265 Accession No.: W-15166 Core Name: Romp TR 7-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 12/82 Driller: SWFWMD County: Manatee T35S R17E S22 1/4 cdd Lat/Long: 27025'10"/82034'57" Surface Elevation: 8' Core TD: 634' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0-30 ft. No Samples 30-433 ft. Hawthorn Group 30-295 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 295-433 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induraiton, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. 433 -634 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white to brownish gray, packstone, poor to good induration, dolomitized in zones, fossiliferous.

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266 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15286 Core Name: Romp TR 8-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 12/82 Driller: SWFWMD County: Manatee T33S R18E S30 1/4 daa Lat/Long: 27034'58"/82032'47" Surface Elevation: 14' Core TD: 599' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott, Date: 1982 V. Decker & G. Henderson 0 -39 ft. No Samples 39 -379 ft. Hawthorn Group 39263 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, very-fineto medium-grained, dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 263 -379 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. 379581 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white to light gray, poor to good induration, fossiliferous. 581 -599 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white, poor to moderate induration, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 267 Accession No.: W-15516 Core Name: Manatee County Owner: Manatee County W.D. 1-D Driller: Burnett Drilling Company Date Drilled: 9/81 T34S R20E S20 1/4 ab County: Manatee Surface Elevation: 70' Lat/Long: 27030'30"/82019'30" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 145' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 Gee & Jensen 0-74 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand and silty sand, light gray, dark brown, black, unconsolidated, intergranular porosity, size predominantly silt to fine, high organic content, trace heavy minerals. 74145 ft. Hawthorn Group 74145 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, clayey sand and sandy clay, dark gray, grayish green, greenish brown, brown, unconsolidated to poorly lithified, clay cement, silt to coarse size range, phosphatic to very phosphatic (40. percent), clayey to very clayey. Clay, greenish gray, olive-green, quartz and phosphate sandy, poorly to well lithified, clay cement.

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268 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15517 Core Name: Manatee County Owner: Manatee County W.D. 3-D Driller: Burnett Drilling Company Date Drilled: 9/81 T34S R20E S24 1/4 ba County: Manatee Surface Elevation: 90' Lat/Long: 27030'28"/82015'55" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 150' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 Gee & Jensen, Inc. 0-43 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white, gray, dark brown, golden brown and olive-green, very fine to silty at 0-33 ft., fine to very coarse 33-43 ft., coarse grains well rounded, predominantly unconsolidated, some layers cemented in clay cement, variably clayey, organic-rich at 12.513.5 ft., minor phosphate at 43 ft. 43 -150 ft. Hawthorn Group 43150 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, clayey sand, silt and clay, dark gray, olive green, green to black, size is variable from silt to coarse, unconsolidated to well indurated, clay and carbonate cements, variably phosphatic (up to 20 percent), phosphate sand and gravel, thin clay beds. Clay olive-green, stiff, plastic, calcareous, contain thin, phosphatic sand seams.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 269 Accession No.: W-15518 Core Name: Manatee County Owner: Manatee County W.D. 4-D Driller: Burnett Drilling Company Date Drilled: 10/81 T34S R21E S8 1/4 abd County: Manatee Surface Elevation: 122' Lat/Long: 29031'58"/82013'20" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 193' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 Gee & Jensen, Inc. 0-53 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, light gray, brown, black, intergranular porosity, unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, high organic content, some peat in upper 13 ft., very fine to fine, silty, trace heavy minerals. 53193 ft. Hawthorn Group 53176 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, gray, greenish brown, greenish gray, intergranular porosity, predominantly very fineto fine-grained, variably quartz silty, phosphatic to very phosphatic, some thin clay lenses. Clay, olive-green, bluish green, greenish gray, stiff, plastic, moderately to well consolidated, clay cement, phosphatic, quartz sandy and silty, quartz and phosphate sand generally increasing downward. 176193 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, white, light gray, well indurated, porous, fossiliferous (gastropods and pelecypods), clayey. Clay, light gray, light green, well indurated, phosphatic.

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270 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15519 Core Name: Manatee County Owner: Manatee County W.D. 5-D Driller: Burnett Drilling Company Date Drilled: 10/81 T35S R21E S9 1/4 caa County: Manatee Surface Elevation: 85' Lat/Long: 27027'10"/82012'50" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 150' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 Gee & Jensen, Inc. 035.5 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white, gray, brown, black, intergranular porosity, very fine to fine (028 ft.), fine to coarse (28-35.5 ft.), unconsolidated, variably silty, high organic content in upper 18 ft., trace heavy minerals. 35.5150 ft. Hawthorn Group 35.5150 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, brown, dark gray, bluish gray, intergranular porosity, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, fineto medium-grained, phosphatic to very phosphatic, clayey. Clay, light green, olive-green, stiff, plastic to indurated; quartz sand, phosphatic to very phosphatic. Phosphate sand lenses present.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 271 Accession No.: W-15520 Core Name: Manatee County Owner: Manatee County W.D. 8-D Driller: Burnett Drilling Company Date Drilled: 10/81 T35S R20E S14 1/4 abd County: Manatee Surface Elevation: 85' Lat/Long: 27026'30"/82016'32" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 150' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 Gee & Jensen, Inc. 0-22.5 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, gray, brown, tan, reddish brown, predominantly very fineto fine-grained, intergranular porosity, unconsolidated to poor induration, silty, organic material present in upper part, trace phosphate present in lower third. 22.5 -150 ft. Hawthorn Group 22.5 -150 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily silty and clayey quartz sand and sandy and silty clay. Sand, quartz, dark gray, olive-green, tan, intergranular porosity, very fineto coarse-grained, predominantly very fine to fine, unconsolidated to poor induration, clay cement, phosphatic, some phosphate pebbles, clay nodules, thin clay seams present. Clay, light green to dark olive-green, stiff, plastic, moderate induration, clay cement, quartz and phosphate sandy.

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272 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15521 Core Name: Manatee County Owner: Manatee County W.D. 9-D Driller: Burnett Drilling Company Date Drilled: 10/81 T35S R20E S4 1/4 aba County: Manatee Surface Elevation: 65' Lat/Long: 27028'30"/82°18'55" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 153' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 Gee & Jensen, Inc. 022 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, gray, light tan to dark brown, intergranular porosity, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, predominantly very fine to fine. 22153 ft. Hawthorn Group 22153 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clayey sand and sandy clay, some thin beds and nodules of limestone. Quartz sand, light gray, dark gray, intergranular porosity, very fineto coarse-grained, predominantly very fine to medium, unconsolidated to well indurated, variably phosphatic, some phosphate pebbles, some limestone nodules. Clay, light gray, gray-green to green, stiff, plastic, variable induration, variably quartz and phosphate sandy and silty, some phosphate pebbles, occasional well indurated limestone nodules. Limestone, white, tan, gray, well lithified, fossiliferous, sandy and silty, present only as thin beds in lowermost quarter.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 273 Accession No.: W-6903 Core Name: Rainbow Springs Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/64 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Marion T16S R18E S13 1/4 Lat/Long: 29005'17"/82026'40" Surface Elevation: 85' Core TD: 442' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: B. Reik Date: 1979 0 -118 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, grayish orange, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, some organics, heavy minerals, phosphatic near base. Clay, white to brown, sandy, silty, phosphatic. Peat layer at base. 118143 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, very light orange to white, grainstone to wackestone, low to moderate recrystallization, poor to good induration, fossilferous. 143442 ft. Avon Park/Lake City Limestones Undifferentiated Limestone, yellowish gray to white, poor to good induration, moderate to high recrystallization, fossiliferous. Dolomite, very light orange to yellowish gray, microcrystalline to very finely crystalline, moderate to good induration.

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274 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12415 Core Name: Cotton Plant #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/74 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Marion T15S R20E S17 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 29011'05"/82019'50" Surface Elevation: 75' Core TD: 352' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: B. Reik Date: 1979 011 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand and clay, poor induration. 11 -138 ft. Ocala Group 11 -64 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white, poor to moderate induration, low to moderate recrystallization, fossiliferous, packstone to wackestone. 64 -138 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, white, moderate induration, low to high recrystallization, fossiliferous, grainstone to packstone. 138 -352 ft. Avon Park Limestone Dolomite and limestone. Limestone, very light orange, poor to good induration, grainstone to wackestone. Dolomite, grayish orange, moderate to good induration, very fine-grained.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 275 Accession No.: W-14315 Core Name: Juniper #1 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 8/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Marion T15S R26E S20 1/4 aab Lat/Long: 29010'53"/81°42'51" Surface Elevation: 50' Core TD: 280' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Johnson Date: 1979 082 ft. Undifferentiated Sand, quartz, yellow to tan to brown to white to light gray to orange, some dark-colored heavy minerals. Clay, sandy, at 25 -27.5 ft., 67 -70 ft., 81 -82 ft. 82108 ft. Hawthorn Group 82108 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly sand (quartz) with clay beds. Sand is gray to white, some orange to tan to brown, phosphatic green clay lenses, sharks' teeth, clayey, fine. 1/2-ft. bed limestone at 91 -91.5 ft. 108 -280 ft. Avon Park Limestone Interbedded limestone and dolostone. Limestone is white to tan, foraminiferal calcarenite with high intergranular porosity to very hard and low porosity: recrystallized with scattered original-material forams and massive, recrystallized cement. Dolostone is brown to tan, very hard and recrystallized to soft and fine-grained, "pin hole" porosity, low moldic porosity, dark gray 132-134 ft.; organic material present 172 ft., 179182 ft., 217 ft., 231 -237 ft.; very hard, dark brown, lower Avon Park dolostone zone 252 -280 ft.

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276 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14327 Core Name: Juniper #2 Owner: U.S. Forest Service Date Drilled: 8/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Marion T15S R26E S20 1/4 bbc Lat/Long: 29010'53"/81 42'51" Surface Elevation: 49' Core TD: 112' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Johnson Date: 1979 0-48 ft. No Samples 48108 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, light tan, calcarenite, forams, weakly cemented, some thin beds well cemented, low to moderate moldic porosity, lower portion (100108 ft.) hard, recrystallized limestone and dark brown, very hard, recrystallized dolostone thinly interbedded. 108112 ft. Avon Park Limestone Dolomite and limestone, interbedded, predominantly dolostone, brown to dark brown, very hard, recrystallized, "pinpoint" porosity, some moldic porosity. Limestone, white, hard, recrystallized, some moldic porosity, not many recognizable forams.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 277 Accession No.: W-14752 Core Name: Cathcart's Fantasy Owner: U.S. Geological Survey #1DH-5 Driller: Geological Data, Inc. Date Drilled: 10/80 T15S R26E S7 1/4 bab County: Marion Surface Elevation: 73' Lat/Long: 29030'43"/81043'41" Geophysical Logs Available: G Core TD: 135' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1981 0-57 ft. No Samples Driller says sand and clay. 57 -124 ft. Hawthorn Group 57-73 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 73-83 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 83124 ft. Penney Farms Formation Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Poor samples. 124135 ft. Ocala Group 124135 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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278 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15127 Core Name: Harbinson #1 Owner: Mr. Harbinson Date Drilled: 1/82 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Marion T17S R26E S36 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 28057'40"1/81039'51" Surface Elevation: 112' Core TD: 210' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,E, STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0113 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, fine to very coarse, yellowish to brown to light orange, poor induration, clayey, trace heavy minerals. 113-173 ft. Hawthorn Group 113 -131 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 131 -152 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 152173 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite, yellowish gray to white, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Variable to white limestone. 173210 ft. Ocala Group 173210 ft. Williston Formation Limestone, grainstone to packstone, poor to good induration, low to high recrystallization, dolomitized zones, white to grayish brown, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 279 Accession No.: W-15246 Core Name: FPL #1 Owner: Florida Power & Light Date Drilled: 1982 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Martin T39S R38E S33 1/4 Lat/Long: 27004'02"/80030'23" Surface Elevation: 28' Core TD: 445' Geophysical Logs Available: G,N STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0162 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very fine to medium, light gray to yellowish brown, poor induration, clayey to calcareous, fossiliferous in part. Limestone, packstone to wackestone, sandy, clayey, yellowish-gray, poor to good induration, fossiliferous. Shell beds, sandy, clayey in part, light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, calcareous, light olive, fossiliferous. 162 -445 ft. Hawthorn Group 162 -445 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, silt and clay, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, light olive-gray to olive-gray, fossiliferous. Phosphate rubble at 445 ft.

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280 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15288 Core Name: Temke #1 Owner: Harold Brown Grove Date Drilled: 9/82 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Martin T40S R38E S4 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 27001'43"/80032'16" Surface Elevation: 75' Core TD: 75' Geophysical Logs Available: G,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: P. Bond and Date: 1984 M. Knapp 0-75 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Shell Unconsolidated, dark brown or yellowish or gray sand with minor clay, heavy minerals and phosphate sand. Sand layers contain fossil fragments. Grayish orange to olive-gray, unconsolidated shell beds are interlayered with sand in the lower 14 ft. Driller reports that a hard limestone layer was penetrated but not recovered between 48 and 51 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 281 Accession No.: W-15493 Core Name: Port Bougainville #1 Owner: Port Bougainville Date Drilled: 11/83 Driller: Warren George Drilling County: Monroe Company Lat/Long: 25010'55"/80021'54" T60S R40E S31 1/4 b Core TD: 950' Surface Elevation: 5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0149 ft. No Samples 149 -950 ft. Hawthorn Group 149 -442 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, very fine to fine, yellowish gray to olive-gray, poor induration, phosphatic, clayey, calcareous, fossiliferous. 442 -950 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone (minor dolomite), packstone to mudstone, poor to good induration, variable sand, clay and silt, slightly phosphatic, some zones very moldic, scattered thin sand, clay and silt beds.

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282 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10482 Core Name: Boulogne #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Nassau T4N R23E S26 1/4 Lat/Long: 30044'01"/81059'02" Surface Elevation: 95' Core TD: 98' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: H. J. Date: 1977 Mitchell-Tapping 0-98 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clayey, with heavy minerals, scattered clay beds. Shell beds and thin limestone at base.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 283 Accession No.: W-13815 Core Name: Cassidy #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Nassau T3N R24E S32 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30038'10"/81056'05" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 490' Geophysical Logs Available: G,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1978 0-77 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. Scattered clay beds. 77 -482 ft. Hawthorn Group 77 -123 ft. Charlton Member/Coosawhatchie Formation Interbedded clay and limestone, sandy, fossiliferous. 123-252 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 252 -332 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 332 -482 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 482 -490 ft. Ocala Group 482 -490 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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284 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10833 Core Name: Oak Grove #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/71 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Okaloosa T5N R23W S16 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 30055'34"/86032'45" Surface Elevation: 196' Core TD: 500' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1981 M. Clark 0 -10 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly indurated, light brown, clayey, quartz sand. 10-210 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, quartz sand. Mollusks and foraminifera common. Some intervals could be described as shell beds. Mica and heavy minerals are common, minor accessories. 210 -500 ft. Chattahoochee/Chickasawhay Formations Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, light gray to white, chalky, often sucrosic, calcilutitic, dolomitic limestone. Fossils present only as molds and casts.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 285 Accession No.: W-10830 Core Name: Lake Apopka #3 Owner: University of Florida Date Drilled: 11/71 Experiment Station County: Orange Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 28°40'55"/81 °36'42" T21S R27E S9 1/4 b Core TD: 213' Surface Elevation: 65' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1981 088 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 88213 ft. Hawthorn Group 88138 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Quartz sand, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, dolomitic, phosphatic, very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to white, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, moderate induration, fossil molds. 138 -213 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly dolomite with clay. Clay, light olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, very light gray to yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration.

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286 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15334 Core Name: Tosohatchee #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 7/83 Resources County: Orange Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 28029'25"/80056'20" T23S R34E S17 1/4 bb Core TD: 262' Surface Elevation: 16' Geophysical Logs Available: G,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 097 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, poor induration, very fine to medium, clayey to calcareous, shell common. Clay, sandy, calcareous, common shell, poor to moderate induration. Limestone, sandy, clayey, poor to moderate induration, wackestone. 97-182.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 97 -150 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. 150182.5 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 182.5262 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone to wackestone, moderate to good induration, low to high recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 287 Accession No.: W-7658 Core Name: Disney #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R27E S26 1/4 baca Lat/Long: 28017'04"/81035'23" Surface Elevation: 95' Core TD: 54.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 054.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Quartz sand, very fine to coarse, nonclayey to clayey with depth, organics near top, yellowish gray to brown, heavy minerals present in minor amounts.

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288 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13482 Core Name: Osceola #5 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 3/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R34E S26 1/4 ccd Lat/Long: 28016'27"/80053'15" Surface Elevation: 27' Core TD: 363' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0196 ft. Cuttings. Core starts in Hawthorn Group. 196201 ft. Hawthorn Group 196201 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, dark yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, good induration, fossiliferous at base. 201 -356 ft. Ocala Group 201 -286 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, packstone to wackestone, moderate to poor induration, white to medium gray, fossiliferous. 286 -356 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone to grainstone, white to very pale orange, moderate induration, fossiliferous. 356 -363 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, wackestone to mudstone, good induration, light gray, fossiliferous, soft zones not recovered.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 289 Accession No.: W-13489 Core Name: Osceola #1 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 1/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T26S R34E S3 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 28015'32"/80054'44" Surface Elevation: 41' Core TD: 382' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1978 0122 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, calcareous in part, yellowish gray. Limestone, sandy, clayey, poor induration, wackestone, light gray to yellowish gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor induration. 122-250 ft. Hawthorn Group 122195 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 195 -250 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor induration. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. 250-370 ft. Ocala Group 250319 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, wackestone to packstone, poor to good induration, low to high recrystallization, white to light gray, fossiliferous. 319370 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone to grainstone, moderate induration, white to light gray, fossiliferous. 370 -382 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white to light gray, good induration, high recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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290 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13496 Core Name: Osceola #2 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 1/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R34E S27 1/4 a/center Lat/Long: 28017'05"/80054'32" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 379' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 0114 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, calcareous in part, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, poor induration. Limestone, wackestone, light gray to yellowish gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor induration. 114-279 ft. Hawthorn Group 114204 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 204 -279 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite and limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 279 -370 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, variable induration. 370 -379 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 291 Accession No.: W-13501 Core Name: Osceola #3 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 3/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R34E S26 1/4 bbb Lat/Long: 28017'10"/80052'50" Surface Elevation: 27' Core TD: 322' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0-162 ft. Cuttings. Core starts 162 ft. at top of limestone. 162-290 ft. Ocala Group 162-202 (?) ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to yellowish gray, mudstone to packstone, poor induration, fossiliferous. 202 (?)290 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, white to yellowish gray, packstone to grainstone, moderate to good induration, fossiliferous. 290 -322 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, mudstone to wackestone, moderate to good induration, white to light gray, fossiliferous.

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292 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13516 Core Name: Osceola #4 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 3/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R34E S35 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 28016'25"/80053'40" Surface Elevation: 30' Core TD: 394' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0240 ft. Cuttings. Core starts in Hawthorn Group. 240-259 ft. Hawthorn Group 240259 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, very sandy, silty, clayey, phosphatic, olive-gray, more dolomitic with depth and less accessories, moderate to good induration. 259391 ft. Ocala Group 259-326(?) ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white, poor to moderate induration, fossiliferous. 326(?) -391 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, grainstone to packstone, white to light gray, poor to moderate induration, fossiliferous. 391 -394 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, wackestone to mudstone, good induration, high recrystallization, light gray, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 293 Accession No.: W-13533 Core Name: Osceola #6 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 3/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R33E S34 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 28016'20"/80054'40" Surface Elevation: 41' Core TD: 452' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0195 ft. Cuttings. First core begins in Hawthorn Group. 195250 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Dolosilt, clay and dolomite. Dolosilt and clay interbedded and grade into each other, all lithologies contain sand and phosphate. 250 -337 ft. Cuttings. 337 -338 ft. Chert 338 -425 ft. Ocala Group 338341 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, packstone to wackestone, moderate induration, white, fossiliferous. 341 -391 ft. No Samples 391 -425 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone to grainstone, white, moderate to good induration, fossiliferous. 425 -452 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, wackestone to mudstone, good induration, high recrystallization, light gray, fossiliferous, soft zones lost: no recovery.

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294 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13534 Core Name: Osceola #7 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 3/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R33E S27 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 28016'52"/80059'47" Surface Elevation: 65' Core TD: 392' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 9/82 0140 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sands very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, calcareous in part, yellowish gray. Limestone, sandy, clayey, poor induration, wackestone, light gray to yellowish gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor induration. 140310 ft. Hawthorn Group 140-235 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 235-310 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 310-330 ft. Ocala Group 310 -330 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, packstone, white, fossiliferous. 330 -392 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone and dolomite, poor to good induration, white to brown, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 295 Accession No.: W-13551 Core Name: Doonesbury Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T26S R33E S24 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 28012'13"/80058'14" Surface Elevation: 45' Core TD: 490' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 0150 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, calcareous in part, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, poor induration. Wackestone, light gray to yellowish gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor induration. 150-431 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 431 -490 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white, moderate to good induration, fossiliferous. Dolomite, moderate to good induration, fossiliferous (molds), yellowish gray to brownish gray.

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296 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13676 Core Name: Osceola #8 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 4/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T25S R32E S26 1/4 ddd Lat/Long: 28016'37"/81004'46" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 342' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0 -250 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, calcareous in part, yellowish gray. Limestone, sandy, clayey, poor induration, wackestone, light gray to yellowish gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor induration. 250 -320 ft. Hawthorn Group 250 -290 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, fossiliferous in part. 290 -320 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, moderate to good induration. 320 -325 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Recrystallized limestone, fossiliferous. 325 -342 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, wackestone to packstone, poor to good induration, white, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 297 Accession No.: W-13942 Core Name: Uncle Duke #1 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 6/78 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T29S R33E S23 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 27056'37"/80059'34" Surface Elevation: 55' Core TD: 432' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0105 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, calcareous in part, yellowish gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor induration. 105 -270 ft. Hawthorn Group 105192 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray, fossiliferous in part. 192 -270 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. 270 -307 ft. Ocala Group 270 -307 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, grainstone to packstone, moderate induration, low to medium recrystallization, white to very light orange, fossiliferous. 307 -432 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, poor to moderate induration, fossiliferous.

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298 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13957 Core Name: Fudpucker #1 Owner: Deseret Ranches, Inc. Date Drilled: 1978 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Osceola T29S R34E S12 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 27058'09"/80052'17" Surface Elevation: 37' Core TD: 232' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1978 0 -112 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, poor induration, clayey, calcareous in part, yellowish gray. Limestone, sandy, clayey, poor induration, wackestone, light gray to yellowish gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, poor induration. S12-202 ft. Hawthorn Group 112157 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 157-202 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 202 -232 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Calcarenite, wackestone to packstone, white to yellowish gray, poor to good induration, low to high recrystallization, fossiliferous. .7

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 299 Accession No.: W-10321 Core Name: Saltwater Barrier #5 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/69 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pasco T25S R16E S29 1/4 db Lat/Long: 28016'50"/82043'05" Surface Elevation: 11' Core TD: 252' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-50 ft. No Samples 50252 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, light yellowish gray, light gray, cream-white, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite and sparry calcite cement, granular to calcilutitic, primarily grainsupported, generally a muddy biocalcarenite, grain types skeletal, peloid, calcilutite, and sparry calcite, essentially a foraminiferal coquina, variably calcilutitic to recrystallized, intermittently slightly clayey, very slightly quartz sandy near upper boundary.

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300 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10468 Core Name: Saltwater Barrier #2 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pasco T24S R16E S27 1/4 bbb Lat/Long: 28022'30"/82040'55" Surface Elevation: 14' Core TD: 178' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 018 ft. No Samples 18 -178 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomite, cream, very light orange, medium grayish brown, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite, calcite and dolomite cement, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, granular to calcilutite, varies from foraminiferal calcarenite to a muddy calcarenitic calcilutite, several zones with well developed macromoldic porosity, variably recrystallized, dolomitic or dolomite below 124.5 ft., dolomite powdery to well indurated and sucrosic, minor finely-divided organics in dolomitic portion, lower portion thin-bedded with many thin laminae of clay, some portions bioturbated, foraminifera, mollusc, and gastropod molds, burrows.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 301 Accession No.: W-10469 Core Name: Saltwater Barrier #4 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pasco T25S R16E S30 1/4 bbd Lat/Long: 28016'50"/82043'50" Surface Elevation: 2' Core TD: 62' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 012 ft. No Samples 12 -62 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white, very light orange, light gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite and sparry calcite cement, foraminiferal calcarenite with variable calcilutite or sparry calcite matrix, grain types skeletal, biogenic, calcilutite, spar, variably recrystallized, foraminifera, mollusc, and gastropod molds, echinoid fragments.

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302 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10470 Core Name: Saltwater Barrier #8 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pasco T26S R16E S18 1/4 bbd Lat/Long: 28013'00"/82043'40" Surface Elevation: 22' Core TD: 162' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0 -98 ft. No Samples 98 -162 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, cream, very light brown, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite and calcite cement, variable from foraminiferal mud-supported limestone to foraminiferal calcarenite, variable calcilutitic to granular, variably recrystallized, small blebs and laminae of greenish clay, brecciated zone near top of sample interval, foraminifera, molluscs and gastropods and molds, coral molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 303 Accession No.: W-10471 Core Name: Saltwater Barrier #13 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pasco T26S R15E S36 1/4 cdd Lat/Long: 28010'30"/82045'00" Surface Elevation: 16' Core TD: 188' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-38 ft. No Samples 38 -70 ft. Hawthorn Group 3870 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, very light gray, intergranular and vugular porosity, calcilutite and sparry calcite cement, moderately to well indurated, grain types calcilutite and skeletal, variably quartz sandy, variably muddy, trace phosphate in upper part, thin chert layer, foraminifera and mollusc molds. 70188 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, very light orange, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite and calcite cement, calcarenitic, mud-supported limestone to foraminiferal calcarenite, variably recrystallized, slightly quartz sandy at uppermost part, variably granular to calcilutitic, foraminifera, mollusc, gastropod, and coral molds, echinoids.

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304 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10472 Core Name: Saltwater Barrier #14 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pasco T26S R16E S31 1/4 add Lat/Long: 28010'30"/82044'09" Surface Elevation: 15' Core TD: 121' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-37 ft. No Samples 37121 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, light gray, light orange, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, calcilutite, calcite and minor silica cement, poorly to well indurated, muddy, calcilutitic limestone to foraminiferal calcarenite, variably recrystallized, some clayey zones, clay as small blebs and thin beds, grain types skeletal, biogenic, calcilutite and spar, foraminifera, mollusc, gastropod, and coral molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 305 Accession No.: W-14674 Core Name: Romp TR 17-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 10/78 Driller: McGregor Pump Company County: Pasco T25S R16E S9 1/4 cbd Lat/Long: 28019'16"/82042'37" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 303.5' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 G. Strasser 0-20 ft. Cuttings. Only. Two lithologics present, fine-grained quartz sand, slightly clayey, and Suwannee Limestone. SWFWMD lithologic log calls interval sand, probably thin sand at surface contaminating limestone below. 20-263.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomitic calcite and dolomite, cream-white, very light gray, grayish yellow, light brownish gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcite, calcilutite, and dolomite cement variably recrystallized and calcilutitic, granular to powdery, skeletal, biogenic, sparry calcite, calcilutitic grains, some zones clayey or with thin clay beds (upper 70 ft.), some zones moldic, mollusk coquina with foraminifera-rich matrix, foraminifera, mollusks, gastropods, coral. 263.5303.5 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, cream white, light yellowish gray, intergranular, intragranular, and minor moldic porosity, poor to moderate induration, calcilutite cement, grain types calcilutite, sparse skeletal and sparry calcite, foraminifera (some Lepidocyclina sp.), echinoids, mollusks and gastropods.

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306 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14675 Core Name: Romp TR 17-3 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 10/78 Driller: McGregor Pump Company County: Pasco T25S R16E S11 1/4 abc Lat/Long: 28019'20"/82040'38" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 525' Geophysical Logs Available: G,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 G. Strasser 0 -302.5 ft. No Samples Located 2 miles east of W-14674: see W-14674 for general lithology above 302.5 ft. 302.5-435 ft. Ocala Group 302.5 -342.5 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, creamy, very light gray, intergranular, minor moldic and intragranular porosity, moderate induration, calcilutite cement, grain type primarily calcilutite, some skeletal, biogenic and crystal, minor Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp. foraminifera, mollusc and gastropod molds, echinoid fragments. 342.5 -435 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, light yellowish gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, moderately to well indurated, calcilutite and calcite cement, variably granular to powdery to recrystallized, grain types skeletal, biogenic, sparry calcite,and calcilutite, predominantly fineto mediumgrained calcarenite, foraminiferal coquina, foraminifera, molluscs, gastropods, echinoids. 435 -525 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomite, light grayish brown, moderate induration, calcilutite and dolomite cement, grain types calcilutite, skeletal, biogenic, and crystal, becomes microcrystalline dolomite toward base, some organic material as flecks and on bedding planes. 'K

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 307 Accession No.: W-10403 Core Name: Clay Study #1 Owner: Florida Power & Light Date Drilled: 2/70 Company County: Pinellas Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 28005'50"/82045'00" T27S R15E S36 1/4 db Core TD: 52.5' Surface Elevation: 71' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-37 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 37-52.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 3752 ft. Peace River Formation Clay and clayey sand, clay, tan, brown, black, variegated, plastic, quartz sandy, trace phosphate below 40 ft. Clayey sand, light to dark brown, well sorted, subangular to rounded, some frosted, iron-stained in lowermost 2 ft., interval below 40 ft. slightly phosphatic, below 44 ft. slightly calcareous, increasing with depth to very calcareous, clay and calcilutite cement. 52-52.5 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, white to cream, intergranular and pinpoint vug porosity, ironstained along fractures and around vugs, moderate induration, calcilutite cement, grain type calcilutite, slightly quartz sandy, trace phosphate. Arcadia pick is questionable due to limited thickness of limestone penetrated.

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308 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10404 Core Name: Clay Study #2 Owner: Mr. Payne Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T28S R15E S1 1/4 bdb Lat/Long: 28004'46"/82045'00" Surface Elevation: 64' Core TD: 54' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0 -23.5 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 23.554 ft. Hawthorn Group 23.551 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, some clayey sand and thin sand stringers. Clay, pale grayish brown, medium gray, greenish gray, moderately to well indurated, plastic to nonplastic, variably quartz sandy, hackly to conchoidal fracture in nonplastic zones, some pyrite disseminated as flecks above 42.9 ft., calcareous, thin pebble layers (quartz and limonite), 42.951 ft. primarily interbedded sandy clay, very fine sand and glauconitic clay, iron-stain, and ferruginous nodules, some heavy minerals, 2 -5 percent phosphate sand associated with quartz sand throughout. 51 -54 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, cream to white, muddy, grain type calcilutitic and peloid, grain size calcilutitic to medium, allochems 5 -20 percent, quartz sandy (trace to 40 percent), green, phosphate sandy clay inclusions, trace phosphate sand, minor iron-stained "dots", oxidized pyrite. 2

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 309 Accession No.: W-10405 Core Name: Clay Study #3 Owner: Mr. Wyatt Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T28S R16E S6 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 28005'05"/82044'55" Surface Elevation: 72' Core TD: 75.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-28 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 28 -75.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 2872.5 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily sand, clay and sandy clayey mixtures. Sand, light to medium gray, some white, very-fine-grained clay and carbonate cement, moderatley to well indurated, clay content variable, some heavy minerals and minor pyrite, trace phosphate associated with quartz sand. Clay, medium to dark gray, variably quartz sandy, variable plasticity, some siliceous zones, some carbonaceous inclusions. 72.5-75.5 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, light gray, soft, rubbly, nodular, clay inclusions, very quartz sandy, trace phosphate.

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310 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10406 Core Name: Clay Study #4 Owner: Mr. Medlock Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T28S R16E S6 1/4 cda Lat/Long: 28005'05"/82044'55" Surface Elevation: 67' Core TD: 74' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0 -24 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 24 -74 ft. Hawthorn Group 24-66 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, some quartz sand and clayey sand. Clay, light to dark brown, white, gray, good to poor plasticity, minor pyrite content, interbedded layers of good plastic clay with sandy clay and clayey sand, variably quartz sandy, some carbonate cement, slightly phosphatic (1 -3 percent). 6674 ft. Arcadia Formation Primarily limestone, sand at 67-71 ft. Limestone, white to light gray, soft, pasty, nonfossiliferous, upper bed "rotten" forming small angular masses, quartz sandy, intergranular porosity. Sand, light to medium gray, very-fine-grained, moderate to poor induration, clayey, clay and carbonate cement, slightly phosphatic (1 -3 percent).

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 311 Accession No.: W-10407 Core Name: Clay Study #5 Owner: Mr. Medlock Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T28S R15E S1 1/4 db Lat/Long: 28004'50"/82045'00" Surface Elevation: 55' Core TD: 84' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-22 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 2284 ft. Hawthorn Group 2281 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, some clayey sand, thin dolomite at uppermost part of section. Clay, light medium greenish gray, variably quartz sandy, most intervals are very clayey sand or very sandy clay, moderately to well indurated, clay and calcareous cement, trace pyrite, trace phosphate. Sand, very-fine-grained, moderate induration, clay and carbonate cement, trace pyrite and heavies, higher concentration at base of interval. Dolomite: 22-28 ft., tan to brown, fine-grained, considerable porosity, phosphatic, trace heavy minerals. 81 -84 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, white to buff, moldic porosity, moderate to poor induration, quartz sandy, some clay lenses; fossiliferous.

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312 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10408 Core Name: Clay Study #6 Owner: Mr. Kersey Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T28S R16E S7 1/4 abc Lat/Long: 28°03'57"/82044'30" Surface Elevation: 70' Core TD: 52' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-25 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 25-52 ft. Hawthorn Group 25-46.4 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily clay, some clayey sand, thin dolomite at upper surface. Clay, light to medium gray, greenish gray, tan, light brown, plastic to nonplastic, variably calcareous or dolomitic, some zones with calcareous veinlets, variably quartz sandy and silty (from trace to 30 percent), trace phosphate associated with quartz sandy zones, minor pyrite and associated iron minerals, some iron-staining, moderate induration, clay and carbonate cement. Clayey sand, light brown to tan, medium-grained, moderate induration, clay cement, iron-stained, trace phosphate sand, very slightly calcareous. Dolomite, 25-25.5 ft., indurated, dolomite cement, pyrite and associated minerals (millerite, chalcopyrite?). 46.4 -52 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, buff to light tan, intergranular and pinpoint porosity, upper 6 inches recrystallized, well indurated, remainder poor to moderate induration, rubbly, calcilutite and clay cement, grain size silt to clay, calcilutitic, quartz sandy, decreasing to slightly quartz sandy with depth, trace phosphate sand.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 313 Accession No.: W-10409 Core Name: Clay Study #7 Owner: Mr. Walker Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T28S R16E S7 1/4 bda Lat/Long: 28004'01"/82042'59" Surface Elevation: 75' Core TD: 60' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-33 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 33-60 Hawthorn Group 3359.5 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, sandy clay and clayey sand, light gray, light brown, ochre, greenish gray, plastic to nonplastic, less plastic with depth, some pyrite, quartz sand increases with depth 33-47 ft. and 47 -59.5 ft., rock type in each interval goes from clay to clayey sand. Quartz sand, fineto mediumgrained, calcareous in lowermost portion. 59.5-60 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, white to buff, soft, crumbly, calcilutitic, quartz sandy, trace phosphate, trace pyrite, intergranular and pinpoint porosity, slight ironstaining around vugs. Arcadia Formation pick questionable due to thin interval of limestone penetrated.

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314 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10410 Core Name: Clay Study #8 Owner: Clearwater Airport Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T29S R15E S12 1/4 acb Lat/Long: 28058'30"/82o46'44" Surface Elevation: 68' Core TD: 77' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-32 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 32-77 ft. Hawthorn Group 32-77 ft. Peace River Formation 32-36 ft. Dolomite, medium to dark gray, intergranular porosity, dolomite cement, well indurated, cryptocrystalline, rubbly, 50 percent core recovery, probably clay or soft calcareous zones, 36 -37.5 ft. Clay, light to medium gray, plastic, pyritic, carbonaceous inclusions, dolomite rubble from above lithology. 37.543.5 ft., dolomite and limestone, grades from dolomite at 32 -36 ft., to limestone, off-white, soft, crumbly, clay lenses near base. 43.5-51 ft., interfingering clay and limestone, clay, greenish gray, mottled, quartz sandy, limestone as above, very fine quartz sandy. 51 -77 ft., clayey quartz sand, mottled light gray, variable clay content, generally decreasing downwards to quartz sand, at base induration increases and color darkens with increase in clay content. Quartz sand, very-fine-grained, well sorted, some ferruginous material.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 315 Accession No.: W-10411 Core Name: Clay Study #9 Owner: Mr. Sails Date Drilled: 2/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Pinellas T29S R16E S4 1/4 cca Lat/Long: 27059'02"/82042'30" Surface Elevation: 43' Core TD: 62' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 016 ft. Surficial Sand No Samples 16-62 ft. Hawthorn Group 16-61 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, light gray, olive-gray, dark bluish gray, greenish gray, variably plastic, calcareous, slightly quartz sandy, carbonate veinlets. 61 -62 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, buff to white, hard to soft (upper contact hard), quartz sandy, slightly clayey in upper part, rubbly toward base.

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316 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14518 Core Name: Romp TR 13-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 2/80 Driller: SWFWMD County: Pinellas T28S R16E S13 1/4 Lat/Long: 27002'50"/82039'20" Surface Elevation: 14' Core TD: 439.5' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 054 ft. No Samples 54-99 ft. Hawthorn Group 54-99 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, cream, light yellowish gray, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite and calcite cement, intergranular porosity, very muddy, variably quartz sandy, trace phosphate, grain type calcilutite, minor skeletal (foraminifera) and biogenic, bioturbated, clayey, gradational contact with Suwannee Limestone. 99-439.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, very light orange, light gray, tan, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcilutite, calcite cement, grain types, skeletal, biogenic, calcilutite and sparry calcite, predominantly foraminiferal calcarenite, brecciated zones in upper portion, thin chert layer at 114 ft., variably calcilutitic and variably recrystallized, abundant foraminifera, molluscs and gastropods (and molds), echinoid spines, foraminifera and Bryozoans, minor pyrite in uppermost part, thinly laminated clayey zones and organic laminae in lower part.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 317 Accession No.: W-14879 Core Name: Romp TR 13-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 2/77 Driller: SWFWMD County: Pinellas T28S R16E S25 1/4 Lat/Long: 28001'23"/82039'30" Surface Elevation: 4' Core TD: 379.5' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 051 ft. No Samples 51 -102 ft. Hawthorn Group 51 -102 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, very light gray, light orange, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, moderately to well indurated, calcilutite, calcite, and silica cement, grain types calcilutite, skeletal, and biogenic, variably quartz sandy, muddy, slightly clayey, trace phosphate, foraminifera, mollusc molds, coral molds. Gradational contact with Suwannee Limestone below. 102 -379.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, cream, very light gray, very light orange, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated calcilutite and calcite cement, predominantly foraminifera-rich calcarenite with variable calcilutite matrix, several zones of macromoldic porosity, thin clay bed at 147150 ft., uppermost portion brecciated, mollusc and coral molds, foraminifera.

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318 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14881 Core Name: Romp TR 15-1A Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 10/76 Driller: SWFWMD County: Pinellas T27S R15E S14 1/4 Lat/Long: 28008'10"/82046'20" Surface Elevation: 5' Core TD: 128.5' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 SWFWMD 0-32.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Clay 32.568.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 32.5 -68.5 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, very light gray, light yellowish gray, intergranular and some moldic porosity, grain type calcilutite, moderately to well indurated, calcilutite and silica cement, quartz sand, clayey, trace phosphate sand, gastropod and pelecypod molds, some brecciated zones, some minor silicification. 68.5128.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, light yellowish gray, light gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, calcilutite cement, poorly to well indurated, calcilutitic to granular, recrystallized, abundant foraminifera, molluscs, and gastropods.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 319 Accession No.: W-14897 Core Name: Romp TR 15-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 4/81 Driller: SWFWMD County: Pinellas T27S R15E S24 1/4 Lat/Long: 28007'20"/82045'30" Surface Elevation: 20' Core TD: 201.5' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 0-48.5 ft. Surficial Sand and Clay Sand, light gray to tan, sandy clay and clayey sand, gray to greenish gray and tan, no samples 0-48.5 ft., description above from drillers log. 48.5 -201.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, very light gray, very light orange, intergranular, moldic, and intragranular porosity, calcilutite and sparry calcite cement, poor to good induration, calcarenite, grain types skeletal, biogenic, calcilutite, and sparry calcite, brecciated zone near top, variably calcilutitic to recrystallized, thin clay beds at 98100 ft., molluscs, foraminifera, gastropods, corals and Bryozoa, fossil molds.

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320 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15204 Core Name: Romp TR 14-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: Driller: SWFWMD County: Pinellas T28S R15E S25 1/4 aba Lat/Long: 28001'32"/82045'28" Surface Elevation: 14' Core TD: 604' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 G. Henderson 060 ft. No Samples Description from SWFWMD log. 023 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand Quartz sand, tan, dark brown, very-fineto fine-grained, moderate to poor sorting, rounded to subangular, unconsolidated, organic-stained, lower part slightly clayey. 23 -154 ft. Hawthorn Group 2367 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, greenish gray, abundantly quartz sandy, slightly phosphate sandy, calcareous toward base. 67154 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, light gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, calcilutite cement, poorly to well indurated, grain type primarily calcilutite, quartz sandy, very slightly phosphatic, some parts slightly clayey, some zones of Suwannee Limestone lithology. 154 -510 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, variable to dolomite in lower part, light gray, light tan, very light orange, brown, intergranular, intragranular and moldic porosity, poorly to well indurated, calcarenite with variable calcilutite or sparry calcite matrix, grain types skeletal, biogenic, calcilutite, and spar, slightly clayey in upper part, clay intraclasts, variably granular to calcilutitic. dolomite, microcrystalline, micromoldic, well indurated and highly altered. 510604 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, very light gray, cream, intergranular, moldic, and intragranutar porosity, moderate induration, calcilutite and calcite cement, variable from large foraminiferal coquina with calcilutite cement to clean miliolidrich calcarenite, Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp. and miliolid foraminifera, mollusc molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 321 Accession No.: W-8879 Core Name: Griffin #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 7/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Polk T29S R24E S24 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 27056'50"/81051'52" Surface Elevation: 110' Core TD: 122' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 018.5 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sands, fine to coarse, organic to clayey, poor induration to unconsolidated, black to yellowish gray. 18.5-88 ft. Hawthorn Group 18.554 ft. Bone Valley Member/Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey to very clayey, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, phosphate sand and gravel. Variable to sandy clay with phosphate, poor induration. 5469.7 ft. Peace River Formation Undifferentiated Predominantly clastic sediments. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olive-gray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. 69.7 -88 ft. Arcadia Formation Limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, white, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray. 88122 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white, packstone, poor induration, fossiliferous.

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322 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10253 Core Name: Lakeland #2 Owner: U.S. Gypsum Date Drilled: 12/59 Driller: Joy Manufacturing County: Polk Company Lat/Long: 28001'25"/82000'18" T28S R23E S27 1/4 aa Core TD: 1205' Surface Elevation: 135' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 E. Bishop 0 -139 ft. Cuttings Only/Not Described. 139 -142.5 ft. Chert Bluish gray, with inclusions of yellowish gray, quartz sandy, phosphatic, fossiliferous, highly silicified limestone. 142.5-652.5 ft. Cuttings Only/Not Described. 625.5-1205 ft. Avon Park Formation Dolomite, light to dark brown, light to dark yellowish gray, poorly to well indurated, dolomite cement, granular to powdery to massive, some brecciated zones, some carbonaceous zones, gypsum and anhydrite common to very abundant below 1176 ft., selenite crystals, gypsum pebbles, void infilling, rubble, intergranular, vuggy, and moldic porosity.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 323 Accession No.: W-10254 Core Name: Lakeland #1 Owner: U.S. Gypsum Date Drilled: 10/59 Driller: Joy Manufacturing County: Polk Company Lat/Long: 28005'55"/81 054'20" T27S R24E S34 1/4 bbaa Core TD: 1479' Surface Elevation: 130' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 E. Bishop 0-58 ft. No Samples 58 -60 ft. Hawthorn Group 5860 ft. Peace River Formation Clay, grayish brown, quartz and phosphate sandy, micaceous, contains blocks of angular to slightly rounded, dolomitic limestone. 60151 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, yellowish gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, granular to powdery, some brecciation, variably dolomitic to dolomite, some mollusc shell, slightly organic. 151 -336 ft. Ocala Group 151 -282 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, light yellow, light yellowish gray, calcilutitic, shell and large foraminiferal hash, poor to moderate induration, intergranular porosity. 282-336 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone and dolomite, light to dark yellowish gray, light to dark brown, granular to powdery, limestone locally dolomitized to dolomitic, poor to good induration, fossiliferous. 336 -1479 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone and dolomite, light brown to brown, yellowish gray, gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, some fracture porosity, poorly to well indurated, dolomite, calcilutite, gypsum and anhydrite cements, granular to powdery, some thin clay beds, chert, carbonaceous material, first gypsum at 951 ft., gypsum and anhydrite increase downward.

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324 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12964 Core Name: G-1E Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Global Exploration and County: Polk Drilling Lat/Long: 28 01 '59"/82001'10" T25S R23E S33 1/4 c Core TD: 100' Surface Elevation: 98' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 W. Reves 0 -5.2 ft. Surficial Sand and Clay Quartz sand, 03 ft., medium gray, fine to medium, very slightly clayey, trace phosphate, uppermost 3 inches dark gray, black organic-rich topsoil. 3.0 -5.2 ft., clay, medium gray, quartz sandy, iron-stained, trace phosphate. 5.2 -100 ft. Ocala Group 5.2 -100 ft. Crystal River Formation 5.2 -100 ft., chert, light to medium gray, clay and chert cavity filling, some silicified gstropods at 10 ft. 10.0 -100 ft., limestone, white, very pale orange, yellowish gray, poor to good induration, intergranular and vugular porosity, cavities at 33.534.5 ft. and 91 -92.5 ft., thin chert lenses, fossiliferous, gastropods, pelecypods, echinoids, foraminifera, beds or zones of alternating hardness.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 326 Accession No,: W-12966 Core Name: G-2 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Global Exploration & County: Polk Drilling Lat/Long: 28617'56"/82001'09" T26S R23E S21 1/4 a Core TD: 100' Surface Elevation: 95' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 W. Reves 010 ft. Surficial Sand and Clay 0-3 ft., quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, slightly clayey, trace phosphate, 0-11 ft., slightly organic. 310 ft., clay, medium gray, iron-stained, quartz sandy, sand decreasing 5.410 ft., chert nodules at base. 10100 ft. Ocala Group 10100 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, light gray, grayish brown, light olive, poor to moderate induration, chalky, pasty, microand macrofossiliferous, some chert layers.

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326 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12966 Core Name: G-3 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Global Exploration & County: Polk Drilling Lat/Long: 280°17'29"/82°000'40" T25S R23E S21 1/4 d Core TD: 100' Surface Elevation: 96' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 W. Reves 0-2.4 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, dark gray, fineto medium-grained, nonindurated, slightly phosphatic, limestone nodules at base. 2.4100 ft. Ocala Group 2.4 -100 ft. Crystal River Formation 2.4-12.5 ft., chert, brown, medium gray, clay-filled vugs, microand macrofossiliferous. 12.5100 ft., limestone, light to dark gray, poor to moderate induration, chalky to pasty, microand macrofossils present, limestone nodules in lower half. Lepidocyclina sp. present starting at 13.4 ft., some cavities in upper 10 ft., A.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 327 Accession No.: W-12967 Core Name: G-4 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Global Exploration & County: Polk Drilling Lat/Long: 28015'45"/82000'40" T25S R23E S33 1/4 d Core TD: 100' Surface Elevation: 99' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 W. Reves 0-9.5 ft. Surficial Sand and Clay 0-3.5 ft., quartz sand, dark gray to grayish brown, fineto mediumgrained, slightly organic, intergranular porosity, trace phosphate. 3.5-9.5 ft., clay, pale blue-green, iron-stained, quartz sandy, sand decreasing downward, trace phosphate, plastic 7.5-8.5 ft. 9.5100.0 ft. Ocala Group 9.5100.0 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white, very pale orange, gray, grayish brown, poor to moderate induration, calcilutite cement, chalky, pasty, microand macrofossiliferous, Lepidocyclina sp. noted 48 -50 ft. and 90 -100 ft., gastropods, pelecypods, and echinoids, some thin, gray, clay stringers in upper part. Chert, dark gray, dark grayish brown, microand macrofossiliferous, vuggy porosity present as thin beds.

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328 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13048 Core Name: PK-7413 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T25S R26E S14 1/4 ccb Lat/Long: 28018'36"/81040'53" Surface Elevation: 140' Core TD: 99' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 H. Grubb (USGS) 0 -93 ft. Surficial Sand 0 -12 ft., quartz sand, white, light brown, clear to frosted grains in 0 -1 ft. intervals, stained, medium-grained, fairly well sorted, subrounded, trace clay cement, poor induration, trace heavy minerals, 10-20 percent coarse grains 03 ft., 3 -6 ft. interval missing. 12 -90 ft., quartz sand, clear to frosted, fineto very-coarse-grained, grain size increases from medium at top of interval to coarse to very coarse at 21 -27 ft. then decreases to fine at 55 ft., predominantly fine to 90 ft., medium to coarse at 75 -83 ft., medium and coarse sand, subrounded to rounded, fine sand subangular to subrounded, clay cement, poor induration, generally 1530 percent white to light tan clay, clay content increased to 50 percent at 87-90 ft., trace heavy minerals throughout, phosphate "blades" and nodules at 83-90 ft., samples missing 27-29 ft., 36-42 ft. and 49-54.5 ft. 90-93 ft., clay, off-white, calcareous, highly weathered, some sparry calcite, 40 percent fragments of light gray, microcrystalline high fossiliferous (microand macro-) limestone. 9399 ft. Ocala Group 9399 ft. Crystal River Formation 93 -95 ft., limestone, light gray, microcoquina, poor to moderate induration, 10 percent calcilutite cement. 95 -99 ft., very light gray, calcilutitic limestone, poor to moderate induration, highly weathered and crumbly, 40 percent fossil fragments.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 329 Accession No.: W-13050 Core Name: PK-7418 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T26S R23E S22 1/4 ddd Lat/Long: 28012'06"/81059'26" Surface Elevation: 115' Core TD: 45' Geophysical Logs Available: P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 H. Grubb (USGS) 0-31.5 ft. Surficial Sands & Clay 02.5 ft., quartz sand, white, clear to frosted, fineto medium-grained, angular to subangular, trace heavy minerals, 25 percent clay cement at 1.01.2 ft., moderate induration with limonite cement at 1.22.5 ft., 2.55.7 ft. very clayey quartz sand, white, clear to stained, fineto medium-grained, subangular, trace heavy minerals, 50 percent clay cement. Clay, white, light brown, light green, mottled, soft, waxy, matrix comprises 50 percent of sample. Sample missing 5.7 -10.0 ft.; 10 -13 ft., clay, very light green, soft, waxy, moderate induration, quartz sand 2-30 percent increasing downward, white, clear, fine-grained, angular, well sorted; 13.0-23.5 ft., quartz sand, white, clear, fineto mediumgrained, angular to rounded, poor induration, clay cement, trace heavy minerals, trace phosphate, in lowermost 1 foot contains only trace clay; 23.5-31.5 ft., clay, pale green, light bluish green, soft, waxy, poor induration, 10-25 percent quartz sand as above, some fragments of silicified fossiliferous limestone. Sample missing 25.5-29.0 ft. 31.5-45.0 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, creamy, calcilutite, well indurated, porous, minor sparry calcite replacement, 20-25 percent fossil shell fragments, highly weathered.

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330 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13052 Core Name: PK-7435 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T27S R26E S2 1/4 ccc Lat/Long: 28009'27"/81041'28" Surface Elevation: 136' Core TD: 112' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0 -76.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand Quartz sand, very dark brown, light brown, light yellowish gray, olive, brownish green, poor to moderate induration, organic and clay cement, very-fineto coarse-grained, generally fine and very fine below 55 ft., color variation due primarily to organic and clay cement coatings on grains, trace heavy minerals and mica, clay cement volume variable, humate-cemented hardpan at base. 76.5112 ft. Hawthorn Group 76.5112 ft. Peace River Formation Clay and sandy clay, tan to dark brown, yellow-green, gray, poor induration, intergranular and intragranular porosity, quartz sandy, phosphate sandy and pebbly, becomes calcareous below 79 ft. with dolomite fragments and chert, dolomite is variably weathered and quartz and phosphate sandy.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 331 Accession No.: W-13053 Core Name: PK-7434 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T27S R26E S5 1/4 caa Lat/Long: 28010'08"/81044'18" Surface Elevation: 135' Core TD: 98.8' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0 -57 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Clay Quartz sand and clayey sand, white, tan, yellow-brown, dark brown, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, clay cement, intergranular porosity; 0-4 ft. unconsolidated, fineto medium-grained quartz sand, minor organic-staining, 4-53.5 ft. poorly cemented quartz sand, predominantly fineto very-fine-grained, trace heavy minerals, trace mica, white clay cement; 53.4-57 ft. fineto medium-grained quartz sand, yellowish brown and grayish brown clay cement, dark brown clay layer, some limonite, slightly better indurated. 57 -74 ft. Hawthorn Group 5774 ft. Peace River Formation Clayey quartz sand and clay, light to dark olive-green, light to dark yellow, gray, light to dark gray, poor induration, intergranular porosity, clay cement, slightly to very phosphatic, sandy, clayey to sandy clay, phosphate content decreases downward. 74-98.8 ft. Ocala Group 74-98.8 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, very light tan, poorly indurated, calcilutite cement, intergranular and intragranular porosity, grain types calcilutite, skeletal, biogenic, calcilutite with sparse skeletal and biogenic allochems, allochems increase downward, foraminifera, mollusc fragments and molds, Lepidocyclina sp.

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332 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13054 Core Name: PK-7423 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T27S R24E S10 1/4 bba Lat/Long: 28009'23"/81 053'52" Surface Elevation: 135' Core TD: 72.2' Geophysical Logs Available: P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 027 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Clay Quartz sand, clayey sand and clay, light gray, yellowish brown, varigated, yellowish orange, purple, brick red, greenish gray, poor to moderate induration, clay and limonite cement, intergranular porosity, trace heavy minerals. 2760 ft. Hawthorn Group 27 -60 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, clayey sand and clay, very light to medium gray, tan, yellowish brown, slightly to very phosphatic, some reworked, leached and unleached phosphate grains together, clay cement, some limonite cement, slightly calcareous in lower portion. 60-72.2 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, very light orange, cream, moldic, intergranular and intragranular porosity, poor induration, calcilutite cement, grain types calcilutite, skeletal, biogenic, mud-supported calcarenitic limestone, pasty, foraminifera, mollusc molds, echinoid fragments.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 333 Accession No.: W-13055 Core Name: PK-7429 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T27S R25E S21 1/4 bda Lat/Long: 28007'23"/81048'50" Surface Elevation: 165' Core TD: 164' Geophysical Logs Available: P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0 -61.6 ft. Undifferentiated Sediments Quartz sand, very fine to medium, unconsolidated to poor induration, white to grayish brown. 61.6142 ft. Hawthorn Group 61.6 -89 ft. Peace River Formation Predominantly clastic sediments, quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. 89 -142 ft. Arcadia Formation Variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 142 -164 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white, packstone, moderate induration, high recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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334 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13056 Core Name: PK-7427 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T26S R25E S34 1/4 bbc Lat/Long: 28010'40"/81 °47'52" Surface Elevation: 140' Core TD: 96' Geophysical Logs Available: P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0 -52.6 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Clay Quartz sand, cream, light gray, gray-brown, dark brown, grayish black, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, organic and clay cement, clayey (primarily white), trace mica and heavy minerals. 52.696 ft. Hawthorn Group 52.696 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, clayey sand and clay, light gray, grayish green, grayish brown, poorly indurated, clay cement, intergranular porosity, slightly phosphatic to phosphatic, quartz and phosphate pebbles common, trace mica, calcareous in lowermost part.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 335 Accession No.: W-13059 Core Name: PK-7425 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T26S R25E S23 1/4 aca Lat/Long: 28012'34"81o47'15" Surface Elevation: 130' Core TD: 105' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-41 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand Quartz sand, 0-3 ft. dark grayish black, medium-grained, very poorly indurated with minor organic cement; 3-41 ft. quartz sand, white, light greenish and yellowish gray, clay cement, poorly indurated, fineto medium-grained, trace heavy minerals, trace mica, minor leached phosphate sand below 25 ft. 41 -101 ft. Hawthorn Group 41 -55 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, clayey sand and sandy clay, greenish gray, light gray, light olive-green, variably phosphate sandy with both leached and unleached grains, slightly dolomitic below 52.8 ft. 55-101 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, light orange, light gray, moderate induration, dolomite cement, microcrystalline, quartz and phosphate sandy to very sandy, clayey. 101 -105 ft. Ocala Group 101 -105 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, light yellowish gray, calcilutitic, powdery, poor induration, calcilutite cement (this interval recovered as a paste, circulation lost at TD), grain types calcilutite, skeletal, and biogenic, foraminifera, mollusc molds, echinoid fragments, Lepidocyclina sp. and Operculinoides sp., some quartz and phosphate sand probably as cavity fill.

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336 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13060 Core Name: PK-7431 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/74 Driller: Girdier Foundations County: Polk T25S R25E S16 1/4 aac Lat/Long: 28013'17"/81049'13" Surface Elevation: 123' Core TD: 77' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0 -60.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand and Clay Quartz sand, white, light brown, medium grayish brown, to dark grayish black, poor induration, clay cement, slight organic cement in upper 3 ft., intergranular porosity, mediumto fine-grained, clayey to very clayey, trace heavy minerals, trace mica. 6-inch dolomite bed at 10.010.5 ft., light gray, very light orange, abundantly quartz and phosphate sandy, Arcadia Formation lithology, no samples 310 ft., very poor recovery 50.560.5 ft. 60.5-71.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 60.5-71.5 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, medium grayish brown, poor induration, clay cement, mica 1 -2 percent, minor leached phosphate in upper part, phosphate sand and gravel in lower part, some quartz pebbles, becomes rubbly with some limestone fragments at base. 71.5-77 ft. Ocala Group 71.5 -77 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, light gray, calcilutitic, muddy, recrystallized, dolomitic, foraminifera-rich, skeletal, biogenic, and calcilutite grains, intergranular and moldic porosity, poor to moderate induration, foraminifera, mollusc, and gastropod molds and some shells, echinoids and Bryozoa, some Lepidocyclina sp. (This interval was recovered as a paste.) 2

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 337 Accession No.: W-13061 Core Name: PK-7407 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 8/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T25S R25E S17 1/4 bca Lat/Long: 28018'43"/81°50'11" Surface Elevation: 150' Core TD: 116.4' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0100 ft. Surficial Sand and Clay 05 ft., quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, subangular, unconsolidated to very poorly indurated, trace clay and organic cement, some modern rootlets; 2-11 ft. quartz sand, pale orange to brownish orange, white to cream colored below 27 ft., medium-grained, grain size range fine to very coarse, coarse grains comprise approximately 5 percent, subangular, poor induration, clay cement. Clay, white and slightly calcareous below 27 ft., porosity intergranular, trace heavy minerals, clay content 5 -1 5 percent. 41 -59.8 ft. quartz sand, pale yellow, moderate yellowish orange, fine-grained, range very fine to very coarse, bimodal, very little medium sand, coarse component absent in lower half, phosphatic, medium sand, coarse component absent in lower half, phosphatic (510 percent 57-59.8 ft.), trace mica, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, lowermost 10 ft. somewhat better cemented than remainder, some thin clay lenses, clay 20 percent. 59.8-75.9 ft. clay, very pale greenish gray to olive-green, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, clay slightly calcareous, very slightly phosphatic and quartz sandy, variably quartz silty, trace sand size limestone fragments. 75.9-100 ft. quartz sand, pale greenish gray, -intergranular porosity, clay cement, fineto medium-grained, clayey to very clayey, some intervals very sandy clay, clay increases below 80 ft., some cream to grayish green clay blebs, slightly phosphatic (1 -5 percent), calcareous. 100116.4 ft. Ocala Group 100116.4 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to cream, intergranular, intragranular, and pinpoint porosity, calcilutite cement, pasty, moderate induration, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy, fossiliferous, gastropods and Lepidocyclina sp. present. Note: Very poor recovery, this interval represented by 1 foot of sample. Elevation of top is therefore approximate.

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338 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13065 Core Name: PK-7433 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T26S R27E S31 1/4 cda Lat/Long: 28010'45"/81039'08" Surface Elevation: 138' Core TD: 138.9' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0-96 ft. Surficial Sand and Clay Primarily clayey quartz sand and quartz sandy clay. Quartz sand, mediumto fine-grained, subangular, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, variably from slightly clayey to very quartz sandy clay, rock color highly variable (due to clay color), white, light gray, yellowish gray, yellowish orange, yellowish brown, moderate red to dusty red, ironstaining, color banding, trace phosphate, heavy minerals and mica. Clay, variable color as described for cement above, induration moderate to good, stiff, very quartz sandy. 96 -116 ft. Hawthorn Group 96116 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, pale gray, medium gray, clay cement, friable, intergranular porosity, very phosphatic (sand and pebble), leached in upper part, some limestone fragments, gastropods, some organic cement. 116133.3 ft. No Samples 133.3138.9 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, light gray, intergranular and intragranular porosity, grain types calcilutite, skeletal, allochems 15 percent, poor to moderate induration, calcilutite cement, some foraminifera.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 339 Accession No.: W-13068 Core Name: PK-7421 Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/74 Driller: Girdler Foundations County: Polk T27S R23E S1 1/4 cba Lat/Long: 28010'08"/81 058'10" Surface Elevation: 129' Core TD: 69' Geophysical Logs Available: S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 059 ft. Surficial Sand and Clay Quartz sand, light gray, pale brown, dark brown, intergranular porosity, unconsolidated to moderate induration, clay and organic cement, organic cement as trace only in upper 3 ft., clay content variable from trace at top of interval to dominant lithology at 23.5-49 ft., very clayey sand 4959 ft., medium-grained above 23.5 ft., fine-grained below 49 ft., medium sand subangular to rounded, fine sand subangular, trace heavy minerals and phosphate in lower 10 ft. Clay, white, cream, pale green, yellowish brown, waxy luster, calcareous, slightly to very quartz sandy, some thin beds very clayey sand. 59-69 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white, pale gray, pale yellow, poor to moderate induration, calcilutite cement, slightly quartz sandy and clayey, slightly phosphatic in uppermost portion, very calcilutitic in uppermost part. Induration, porosity (intergranular, moldic, intragranular), allochems, and fossil content increase downward, quartz sand and calcilutite decrease downward, mollusc molds present.

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340 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13245 Core Name: Gardinier #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 7/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Polk T32S R25E S21 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 27040'55"/81049'20" Surface Elevation: 105' Core TD: 201' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1983 05 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated. 5201 ft. Hawthorn Group 5-35 ft. Bone Valley Member/Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey to very clayey, variably phosphatic to very phosphatic, phosphate sand and gravel. Variable to sandy clay with phosphate, poor induration. 35177 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, scattered thin chert beds. 177 -201 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. I

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 341 Accession No.: W-13269 Core Name: Agrico Chem. Co. #1 Owner: Agrico Chemical Date Drilled: 8/76 Company County: Polk Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 27040'00"/81059'17" T32S R23E S26 1/4 ac Core TD: 200' Surface Elevation: 127' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 010 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Sand, mediumto coarse-grained, unconsolidated. 10 -200 ft. Hawthorn Group 1015 ft. Bone Valley Member/Peace River Formation Clay, sandy, phosphatic, poor induration, yellowish gray. 15185 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 185 -200 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member.

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342 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13334 Core Name: Bradley Jct #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Polk T31S R23E S11 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 27048'02"/81058'46" Surface Elevation: 135' Core TD: 181' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 C. Coleman 0 -20 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, white to medium brown, intergranular porosity, modal size medium to fine (lower half), size range very fine to medium, angular to subangular, moderate sphericity, nonto poorly indurated, 1 -6 percent clay. 20181 ft. Hawthorn Group 20 -56 ft. Peace River Formation 20 -40 ft. sand, lower part clay. Quartz sand, white to light gray, intergranular porosity, modal size coarse to medium, size range fine to very coarse, subangular to rounded, coarse sand high sphericity, medium sand moderate sphericity, poor induration, clay cement, 4-6 percent clay, 1 -2 percent phosphate sand, 1 -5 percent calcilutite, some mollusc molds present. 40 -56 ft. clay, light gray to yellowish gray to grayish orange, intergranular porosity, poor induration, clay cement, 3-20 percent quartz sand (decreasing downward), calcilutitic to dolomitic, some dolomite in lower part, phosphate sand 1 -5 percent, some ironstaining, mollusc molds present. 56172 ft. Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite and clay, some quartz sand beds and chert lenses. Dolomite, grayish orange, yellowish gray, intergranular, moldic and vugular porosity, moderate to high alteration, anhedral to subhedral in upper part. subhedral to euhedral in lowermost 30 ft., modal size microcrystalline to fine, range microcrystalline to medium, poor to good induration, dolomite cement, phosphate sand 1 -20 percent, most commonly 1 -5 percent, small amonts of phosphate gravel in lower part, calcilutitic 1 -15 percent, quartz sandy 015 percent, some chert and clay. Clay, light orange, light gray, medium gray, intergranular porosity, clay cement, poor to moderate induration, may be calcilutitic or dolomitic, quartz (0-20 percent) and phosphate sandy 0-20 percent. 172181 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Limestone, white, intergranular, moldic and vugular porosity, grain types

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 343 calcilutite and biogenic, 0-75 percent allochems, modal size silt to fine, size range same, good induration, calcilutite cement, slightly quartz sandy, foraminifera and mollusc molds present.

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344 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13491 Core Name: ICRL #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Polk T29S R23E S13 1/4 da Lat/Long: 27057'43"/81058'02" Surface Elevation: 155' Core TD: 49' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 012.5 ft. Topsoil, mine tailings and phosphate slime Quartz sand, dark brown, light grayish brown, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, clay cement, fineto medium-grained, phosphatic to abundantly phosphatic, primarily leached, below 8 ft. becomes clayey then clay, phosphate slime, greenish orange, sticky plastic clay, interbedded sand as above, small organic inclusions. 12.514.5 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sediments 12.0 ft. top of natural ground surface. 12.0-12.5 ft., peat, black, finely-divided (sapric), some fiber, somewhat greasy-feeling; 12.514.5 ft. quartz sand, transparent, unconsolidated, slightly phosphatic, some organic material. 14.5 -49 ft. Hawthorn Group 14.549 ft. Bone Valley Member/Peace River Formation Quartz sand, clayey sand, and clay, greenish gray, green, orange, very light gray, variegated, very sandy clay to very clayey sand, phosphate sandy to very sandy; clay layer at 35-37 ft. Phosphate gravel and calcareous below 44 ft.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 345 Accession No.: W-15261 Core Name: Alcoma DW-1 Owner: Dept. of Environmental Date Drilled: 11/82 Regulation County: Polk Driller: SWFWMD Lat/Long: 27052'59"/81028'49" T30S R28E S12 1/4 cc Core TD: 254' Surface Elevation: 127' Geophysical Logs Available: E,C,G,T STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0129 ft. No Samples Driller indicates sand to 116 ft. and green clay with shell fragments 116129 ft. 129-238 ft. Hawthorn Group 129160 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, very-fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olivegray. 160224 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 224 -238 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor). Limestone, sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. 238 -254 ft. Ocala Group 238 -254 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white, packstone to wackestone, moderate induration medium recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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346 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15347 Core Name: Polk City Deep Core Owner: Date Drilled: 12/80 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey County: Polk T26S R25E S32 1/4 acb Lat/Long: 28010'54'/81049'49" Surface Elevation: 130' Core TD: 1995.8' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 J. Miller (USGS) 0130 ft. No Samples 130 -240 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, off-white, intergranular porosity, moderate induration, calcilutite cement, chalky, grain types skeletal, biogenic, and calcilutite, fossiliferous to foraminiferal coquina, abundant large foraminifera. 240 -1780 ft. Avon Park/Lake City Limestones Undifferentiated Limestone and dolomite. Limestone, off-white to dark gray, intergranular porosity, calcilutite and calcite cement, grain types skeletal, peloid, and calcilutite, variably recrystallized, foraminifera, algae, crab claws. Dolomite, light to dark brown, intergranular, intercrystalline and vugular porosity, poor to well indurated, dolomite cement, medium-grained to microcrystalline, gastropod and pelecypod molds and casts, massive to thin-bedded, some organic material, parts rubbly and some fractured, foraminifera, algae, thin beds, seams, blebs of anhydrite and selenite crystals common below 1023 ft., some present filling molds, common to abundant. 17801995.8 ft. Oldsmar Limestone Limestone, cream, light gray, tan, intergranular and vuggy porosity, some dolomite and dolomitic limestone, poor to well indurated, calcilutite, calcite, and dolomite cement, grain types pellets, peloids, skeletal, and calcilutite, thinto massive-bedded, variably rubbly, calcilutitic, foraminifera, mollusc fragments, minor anhydrite, minor glauconite and selenite crystals.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 347 Accession No.: W-8400 Core Name: Baywood #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T9S R25E S18 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 29042'47"/81050'39" Surface Elevation: 210' Core TD: 302.5' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0 -174 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. Few sandy clay beds present in lower portion. 174297 ft. Hawthorn Group 174238 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Quartz sand, clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 238 -262 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand, and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. 262-297 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite with sand and clay. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 297 -302.5 ft. Ocala Group 297 -302.5 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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348 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12112 Core Name: U.C. #2 Owner: Union Camp Corporation Date Drilled: 12/73 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T8S R26E S10 1/4 d Lat/Long: 29048'47"/81o40'57" Surface Elevation: 90' Core TD: 112' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: A. LeRoy Date: 1981 0112 ft. Undifferentiated Predominantly quartz sand with clay and organic-rich matrix, fineto coarse-grained, poor to no induration, fossiliferous at base.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 349 Accession No.: W-14318 Core Name: Nichols #1 Owner: Mr. Nichols Date Drilled: 8/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T13S R28E S7 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 29023'07"/81030'57" Surface Elevation: 64' Core TD: 158' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 068 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. Clay beds and shell beds. 68 -69.5 ft. Hawthorn Group 68-69.5 ft. Penney Farms Formation Dolomite, sandy, phosphatic, moderate to good induration. 69.5127 ft. Ocala Group 69.5127 ft. Williston/Inglis Formation Undifferentiated Grainstone to wackestone, fineto coarse-grained, moderate to good induration, low to high recrystallization. 127158 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone and dolomite, limestone, white to very light orange, wackestone to packstone, fossil molds. Dolomite, yellowish gray, very-finegrained.

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350 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14346 Core Name: Moody #1 Owner: Mr. Moody Date Drilled: 3/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T9S R24E S9 1/4 abb Lat/Long: 29043'48"/81053'37" Surface Elevation: 122' Core TD: 179' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1981 070 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 70167 ft. Hawthorn Group 70 -142 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 142152 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite and clay. Dolomites, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 152167 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly dolomites with sand and clay. Quartz sand, light olivegray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 167179 ft. Ocala Group 167179 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, variably recrystallized.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 351 Accession No.: W-14353 Core Name: Merritt #1 Owner: Mr. Merritt Date Drilled: 9/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T11S R26E S27 1/4 da Lat/Long: 29030'53"/81039'45" Surface Elevation: 85' Core TD: 162' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E,C STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0 -80 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 80142 ft. Hawthorn Group 80104 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 104115 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 115142 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Quartz sand, light olivegray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 142-162 ft. Ocala Group 142162 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, low to medium recrystallization, poor to moderate induration.

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352 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14354 Core Name: East Palatka #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T9S R27E S32 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 29039'59"/81o35'30" Surface Elevation: 18' Core TD: 152' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0 -40 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 40109 ft. Hawthorn Group 4053.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. 53.5-90 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand, and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 90109 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly clay with dolomite beds. Clay, light olive-gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 109152 ft. Ocala Group 109152 ft. Williston Formation Limestone, grainstone, poor to good induration, low to high recrystallization, abundant fossils (forams, echinoids, mollusks).

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 353 Accession No.: W-14376 Core Name: Devil's Elbow #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T10S R27E S41 1/4 Lat/Long: 29037'06"/81 036'471" Surface Elevation: 14' Core TD: 252' Geophysical Logs Available: C,E,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1979 0141 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous in lower portion. 141 -201 ft. Hawthorn Group 141 -158 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 158185 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 185-201 ft. Penney Farms Formation Sand and clay with dolomite. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 201 -252 ft. Ocala Group 201 -252 ft. Williston/Inglis Formations Undifferentiated Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, some dolomite, poor to good induration, low to high recrystallization forams, Bryozoans, mollusks.

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354 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14477 Core Name: Bostwick #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 12/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T8S R27E S26 1/4 ccc Lat/Long: 29045'59"/81 34'42" Surface Elevation: 12' Core TD: 237' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980 0105 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 105 -216 ft. Hawthorn Group 105 -129 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, limestone and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, varies to calcilutite. 129191 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 191 -216 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 216 -237 ft. Ocala Group 216 -237 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate recrystallization.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 355 Accession No.: W-14566 Core Name: Atchison #1 Owner: Mr. Atchison Date Drilled: 3/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T10S R24E S03 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 29038'55"/81052'47" Surface Elevation: 80' Core TD: 226' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott and Date: 1981 A. LeRoy 075 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fine to very coarse, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 75200 ft. Hawthorn Group 75139 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to yellowish gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 139158 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand, and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 158 -200 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 200 -226 ft. Ocala Group 200 -226 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, moderate to poor induration.

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356 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14594 Core Name: Hall Putnam #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/80 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Putnam T9S R23E S18 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 29043'02"/82001'59" Surface Elevation: 165' Core TD: 231' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott, A. LeRoy Date: 1980, 1982 and B. Reik 0 -99.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals. 99.5 -230 ft. Hawthorn Group 99.5156 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly dolomite with clay and quartz sand. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 156186 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite and sand. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. 186 -230 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 230231 ft. Ocala Group 230231 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 357 Accession No.: W-13744 Core Name: Scott #1 Owner: Wolfe Farms Date Drilled: 9/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: St. Johns T6S R28E S8 1/4 d Lat/Long: 29059'39"/81030'03" Surface Elevation: 28' Core TD: 252' Geophysical Logs Available: G,C,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1977 0 -57 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 57237 ft. Hawtf.orn Group 57182 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 182-195 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 195 -237 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. Chert at 237 ft. 237 -252 ft. Ocala Group 237 -252 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, poor induration, low recrystallization.

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358 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13751 Core Name: Scott #2 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 10/77 Resources County: St. Johns Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 30005'15"/81 °027'23" T5S R28E S11 1/4 cb Core TD: 342' Surface Elevation: 61' Geophysical Logs Available: C,E,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1977 0102 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. Few sandy clay beds. Organics present in some of the sand units. 102 -321 ft. Hawthorn Group 102142 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with clay, and dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 142253 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 253-321 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 321 -342 ft. Ocala Group 321 -342 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, foraminifera, mollusks, Bryozoans, echinoids, low to moderate recrystallization, poor to moderate induration.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 359 Accession No.: W-13844 Core Name: Zonker #1 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 2/78 Resources County: St. Johns Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 29040'09"/81 015'32" T10S R30E S37 1/4 bbb Core TD: 178' Surface Elevation: 10' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1978 0 -99 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, sandy shell beds in lower portion, thin sandy limestone at base. 99 -150 ft. Hawthorn Group 99 -112 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolosilt, sand and clay. Dolosilt, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Chert bed. 112150 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olivegray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 150178 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, grainstone to packstone, low to high recrystallization, poor to good induration, fossiliferous, fossils include forams, mollusks, Bryozoans, coral.

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360 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13765 Core Name: Scott #3 Owner: Wolfe Farms Date Drilled: 11/77 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: St. Johns T6S R28E S14 1/4 bba Lat/Long: 29059'06"/81 027'24" Surface Elevation: 25' Core TD: 242' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1977 0-81.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, fossiliferous at base. 81.5-230 ft. Hawthorn Group 81.5154.5 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Quartz sand with abundant clay beds, scattered dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olive-gray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Clay, light greenish gray to olive-gray, poor induration sandy, dolomitic to calcareous. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 154.5176 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 176 -230 ft. Penney Farms Formation Predominantly sand and clay with dolomite in upper member. Predominantly dolomite with sand and clay in lower member. Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olivegray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusk molds, poor to good induration. 230 -242 ft. Ocala Group 230242 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, forams, Bryozoans, echinoids.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 361 Accession No.: W-14413 Core Name: Parker Farms #1 Owner: Parker Farms Date Drilled: 11/79 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: St. Johns T8S R28E S20 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 29047'51'/81029'16" Surface Elevation: 19' Core TD: 258' Geophysical Logs Available: C,E,G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1980 0117 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, unconsolidated to poorly indurated, nonclayey to clayey, trace heavy minerals, clay beds, shell beds in lower portions. 117 -242 ft. Hawthorn Group 117 -146 ft. Coosawhatchie Formation Predominantly quartz sand with dolomite beds. Quartz sand, light olivegray, fine to coarse, poor induration, clayey, dolomitic to calcareous, phosphatic. Dolomite, light olive-gray, poor induration, sandy, clayey, phosphatic. 146 -210 ft. Marks Head Formation Interbedded dolomite, sand and clay. Dolomite, yellowish gray, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, yellowish gray, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, fine to coarse, poor to moderate induration. Clay, olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. 210 -242 ft. Penney Farms Formation Quartz sand, light olive-gray to olive-gray, clayey, dolomitic,. phosphatic, very fine to coarse, poor induration. Clay, light olive-gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, moderate induration. Dolomite, yellowish gray to olive-gray, sandy, phosphatic, clayey in zones, mollusc molds, poor to good induration. 242 -258 ft. Ocala Group 242 -258 ft. Crystal River Formation Limestone, white to light gray, grainstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, low to moderate recrystallization.

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362 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-13604 Core Name: Schmidt #9 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1977 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Santa Rosa T3N R28W S21 1/4 bbb Lat/Long: 30°45'14"/87002'38" Surface Elevation: 200' Core TD: 200' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C. Coe 0 -200 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, moderate red-orange to yellow-gray, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. Clay is more abundant in upper 50 ft., and some intervals are cross-bedded. Heavy minerals and mica are common minor accessories.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 363 Accession No.: W-11908 Core Name: Myakka #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 7/73 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Sarasota T37S R20E S31 1/4 cbb Lat/Long: 27013'17"/82020'06" Surface Elevation: 30' Core TD: 603' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 012 ft. Undifferentiated Sand Sand, fineto coarse-grained, nonclayey to clayey, unconsolidated to poor induration. 12-430 ft. Hawthorn Group 12 -60 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, fineto coarse-grained, clayey, dolomitic, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, grayish brown to olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to olivegray. Dolomite, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, poor to good induration, variable to limestone. All sediments occasionally contain fossils and/or fossil molds. 60 -334 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, very-fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olive-gray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 334-430 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. Very sandy near base, may be transitional to the Nocatee Member. 430-603 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white to light gray, slightly quartz sandy in upper portion, poor to good induration, variable recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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364 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12983 Core Name: Sarasota Core Hole #2 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Sarasota T38S R22E S21 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 27009'50"/82006'55" Surface Elevation: 34' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 C. Coleman 015 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, grayish brown to grayish orange, intergranular porosity, medium to coarse (coarser near surface), grain size range fine to coarse, angular to subangular, low to moderate sphericity, nonindurated, 3 percent quartz silt, trace clay and iron-stain in lower part. 15202 ft. Hawthorn Group 1576 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily quartz sand and clay interspersed with limestone and dolomite at 48 -51 ft. and 66 -69 ft. Quartz sand, very light orange, light grayish green, gray, yellowish gray, intergranular and intragranular porosity, nonindurated to moderate inudration, clay cement, grain size variable, very fine to coarse, size range silt to coarse, primarily subangular to rounded, medium to high sphericity, nonindurated to moderate induration, clay, calcilutite, and dolomite cement, 2 -3 percent clay, 1 percent phosphate sand (increases to 15 percent at 53 -65 ft.), 2 percent phosphate gravel at upper surface, variably dolomitic and calcareous. Clay, yellowish gray, yellowish green, intergranular, and intragranular porosity, moderate induration, clay cement, 5-40 percent dolomite, variably quartz sandy (up to 10 percent), variably phosphate sandy 0-5 percent dolomitic. Dolomite, variable to limestone (48 -50 ft.), white, yellowish gray, very light orange, moldic, pinpoint, vugular, and intergranular porosity, moderate to well indurated, calcilutite and dolomite cement, calcilutite to very fine, dolomite moderately to highly altered, anhedral to subhedral, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy, some fossil molds. 76 -202 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, variable to limestone, white, light gray, light greenish gray, pinkish gray, yellowish gray, moldic, vugular, intergranular, and intragranular porosity, moderate to high alteration, grain size microcrystalline to very fine, range microcrystalline to fine, anhedral to euhedral, poor to good induration, dolomite cement, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy, slightly clayey. Minor limestone, calcilutitic, dolomitic to very dolomitic, quartz and phosphate sandy as in dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 365 Accession No.: W-12984 Core Name: Sarasota Core Hole #3 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/76 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Sarasota T37S R20E S22 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 27°15'07"/82017'50" Surface Elevation: 15' Core TD: 302' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 C. Coleman 0-25 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, light gray, yellowish gray, very light orange, intergranular porosity, fineto medium-grained, range very fine to coarse, subangular, low to moderate sphericity, nonindurated, 1 percent clay, 10 percent phosphate sand, 1 percent heavy minerals. 25302 ft. Hawthorn Group 25-84 ft. Peace River Formation Primarily quartz sand, minor clay beds at base of interval. Quartz sand, light gray, yellowish gray, greenish gray, intergranular porosity, some intragranular, modal size variable from very fine to coarse, mostly fine and medium, size range silt to very coarse, predominantly subangular, moderate to high sphericity, nonindurated to moderate induration, clay cement, some calcilutite cement, slightly clayey 010 percent slightly phosphatic (1 -8 percent) variably calcilutitic. Clay, very light gray, light greenish gray, interand intragranular porosity, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy, calcareous. Phosphate bed at 3740 ft., black to light reddish brown, intergranular porosity, nonindurated, 50 percent phosphate gravel, 10 percent quartz sand, trace calcilutite. 84302 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Primarily dolomite, some limestone, minor clay and shell beds. Dolomite, white, yellowish gray, light grayish green, intergranular, intragranular, moldic, pinpoint, and vugular porosity, induration moderate to good, dolomite cement, moderate to highly altered, anhedral to euhedral, grain size variable generally microcrystalline to cryptocrystalline, size range cryptocrystalline to fine, variably quartz sandy (010 percent), calcareous, some chert beds, some beds with peat and lignite flecks. Limestone, white, light gray, yellowish gray, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, grain types, calcilutite, crystal, skeletal, biogenic, percent allochems variable, most limestone beds entirely calcilutite, some shell beds with up to 60 percent allochems, size range silt to fine, moder-

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366 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY ate to good induration, calcilutite and dolomite cement, variably quartz and phosphate sandy, clayey and dolomitic, trace heavy minerals. Clay, white, dark gray, yellowish gray, intergranular and intragranular porosity, poor to moderate induration, clay cement, dolomitic to very dolomitic, trace peat and glauconite in some beds, trace heavy minerals, some beds silicic, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 367 Accession No.: W-13018 Core Name: Sarasota Core Hole #4 Owner: Dept. of Natural Date Drilled: 2/76 Resources County: Sarasota Driller: Florida Geological Survey Lat/Long: 27012'10"/82014'20" T37S R20E S22 1/4 aa Core TD: 202' Surface Elevation: 15' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell and Date: 1984 C. Coleman 0-20 ft. Surficial Sand Quartz sand, yellowish gray, very light orange, intergranular porosity, medium-grained, range fine to coarse, subangular, moderate to high sphericity, nonindurated, trace heavy minerals. 20-202 ft. Hawthorn Group 20-63 ft. Peace River Formation Dolomite, quartz and phosphate sand and clay in approximately 50-50 carbonate-to-clastic ratio. Dolomite, light greenish gray, white, intergranular, intragranular, and moldic porosity, good induration, dolomite cement, highly altered, anhedral to euhedral, size microcrystalline to very fine, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy (05 percent), trace pyrite. Sand, 20-22 ft. phosphate sand, very light orange, black, intergranular porosity, poor induration, clay cement, 3 percent quartz sand, 2 percent clay, 8 percent calcilutite, remaining sand quartz (22-26 ft.), very light orange, interand intragranular porosity, very fine to silt size, angular, high sphericity, moderate induration, clay cement 5 percent, 2 percent phosphate sand, calcilutite 5 percent. Clay, light greenish gray, yellowish gray, light olive-gray, inter-, intragranular, and moldic porosity, poor induration, clay cement, dolomitic or calcilutitic (15-35 percent) above 55 ft., slightly calcareous 55-63 ft., 0-10 percent quartz sandy, phosphatic sand and gravel 0-6 percent. 63202 ft. Arcadia Formation Predominantly dolomite, some limestone, minor sand and clay beds. Dolomite, white, yellowish gray, light greenish gray, intergranular, intragranular, moldic, and vugular porosity, moderate to good induration, dolomite cement, moderately to highly altered, anhedral to euhedral, grain size microcrystalline to very fine, range cryptocrystalline to fine, calcilutite (610 percent), quartz sandy (0-20 percent), phosphatic (0 -7 percent), clayey (0-5 percent), all generally at low end of range, fossil molds. Limestone, white, very light gray, intergranular, moldic, and

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368 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY vugular porosity, moderate to good induration, calcilutite cement, no allochems, grain type calcilutite, variably dolomitic, slightly quartz and phosphate sandy, slightly clayey.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 369 Accession No.: W-14871 Core Name: Romp TR 4-2 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/83 Driller: SWFWMD County: Sarasota T39S R19E S34 1/4 cca Lat/Long: 27002'40"/82023'57"' Surface Elevation: 15' Core TD: 609' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1/83 0-49 ft. No Samples 49467 ft. Hawthorn Group 49-416 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 416 -467 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor), sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. Very sandy from 441 -467 ft., may be transitional to Nocatee Member. 467 -609 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, white to yellowish gray, slightly quartz sandy at the top, moderate to good induration, fossiliferous.

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370 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-14872 Core Name: Romp TR 6-3 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 1/79 Driller: SWFWMD County: Sarasota T37S R18E S10 1/4 bbd Lat/Long: 27016'54"/82028'59" Surface Elevation: 32' Core TD: 604.5' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,R,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: K. Campbell Date: 1984 0 -22 ft. Undifferentiated Surficial Sand Quartz sand, light brown, mediumto coarse-grained, unconsolidated, iron-stained. 22 -483 ft. Hawthorn Group 22 -55 ft. Peace River Formation Quartz sand, coarse, phosphatic to very phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, marl and clay cement, variably to marly limestone and to bluish gray clay and clayey sand. Note: 0 -57 ft. no samples at Florida Geological Survey, description from SWFWMD lithologic log. 55347 ft. Arcadia Formation Dolomite, variable to limestone, cream, light gray, gray, intergranular and moldic porosity, poor to moderate induration, dolomite, calcilutite, and clay cement, dolomite predominantly microcrystalline, variably quartz and phosphate sandy, some intermittent thin clay beds, some thin chert layers, mollusks, Bryozoa, gastropods, primarily as molds. 347 -483 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone, white, yellowish gray, yellowish brown, poor to well indurated, calcilutite and dolomite cement, intergranular and moldic porosity, variably quartz sandy to calcareous sand, very slightly phosphatic, major zones of moldic porosity, calcilutitic, molluscs, gastropods. 483 -604.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white, cream, light yellowish, intergranular and moldic porosity, poor to well indurated, calcilutite and calcite cement, granular to calcilutitic, slightly quartz sandy at upper contact, molluscs, gastropods, foraminifera.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 371 Accession No.: W-14882 Core Name: Romp TR 6-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: 4/81 Driller: SWFWMD County: Sarasota T37S R17E 813 1/4 acb Lat/Long: 27016'01 "/82033'02" Surface Elevation: 6' Core TD: 564.5' Geophysical Logs Available: G,T,C,R,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0-29 ft. No Samples 29-496 ft. Hawthorn Group 29 -208 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 208 -496 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor). Sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. Very sandy basal section, possibly Nocatpe member equivalent. 496 -564.5 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, pinkish gray, slightly sandy in upper section, packstone to wackestone, moderate to good induration, medium to high recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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372 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15168 Core Name: Romp TR 5-1 Owner: SWFWMD Date Drilled: Driller: SWFWMD County: Sarasota T38S R18E S36 1/4 dbb Lat/Long: 24008'08"/82027'05" Surface Elevation: 14' Core TD: 654' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1982 0-47 ft. No Samples 47 -494 ft. Hawthorn Group 47-264 ft. Upper Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly carbonate, variable from dolomite to limestone, sandy, clayey, phosphatic, yellowish gray to light olive-gray, poor to good induration. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, calcareous to dolomitic, clayey, phosphatic, poor to moderate induration, light gray to light olivegray. Clay, sandy, phosphatic, dolomitic to calcareous, poor to moderate induration, yellowish gray to light olive-gray. 264 -494 ft. Tampa Member/Arcadia Formation Predominantly limestone with some dolomite (minor). Sandy, clayey, slightly phosphatic, white to yellowish gray, poor to moderate induration, fine-grained. Thin sand and clay as in upper member. Basal section is very sandy, possibly Nocatee member equivalent. 494654 ft. Suwannee Limestone Limestone, white to very light orange, packstone to wackestone, poor to good induration, variable recrystallization, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 373 Accession No.: W-1588 Core Name: D-27, L.D. Adkins #1 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 6/45 Driller: County: Suwannee T5S R14E S36 1/4 cc Lat/Long: 30000'03"/82052'32" Surface Elevation: 55' Core TD: 192' Geophysical Logs Available: STRA7.IGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0 -20 ft. No Samples 20192 ft. Ocala Group 20192 ft. Crystal River Formation Moderately to well indurated, pale orange, finely crystalline calcarenite. Fossils present include foraminifera and fossil molds.

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374 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10657 Core Name: Ellaville #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Suwannee TIS R11E S24 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 30023'00"/83010'20" Surface Elevation: 55' Core TD: 72' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 R. Colton 014 ft. No Samples 1418 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light brown, laminated, phosphatic, sandy clay. 1828 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, light orange, vugular, fossiliferous dolomite. Fossils include mollusks and fossil molds. 2872 ft. Ocala Group 2872 ft. Crystal River Formation Poorly to well indurated, white to light orange, fossiliferous calcarenite. Fossils present include Bryozoa, mollusks, foraminifera, and fossil molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 375 Accession No.: W-1567 Core Name: D-4, P.C. Crapps #1 Owner: Sun Oil Company Date Drilled: 6/44 Driller: County: Taylor T8S R10E S5 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 29048'50"/83020'37" Surface Elevation: 29' Core TD: 1049' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 016 ft. No Samples 16 -199 ft. Ocala Group 16 -50 ft. Crystal River Formation Well indurated, cream-colored, finely crystalline, fossiliferous limestone. 50157 ft. Williston Formation Moderately to well indurated, light gray to brown, sucrosic, calcareous dolomite. Intervals of limestone present. 157167 ft. No Samples 167 -199 ft. Inglis Formation Well indurated, light brown, sucrosic, moldic dolomite. Fossils include echinoids. 199-410 ft. Avon Park Limestone Moderately to well indurated, cream to tan, cryptocrystalline, moldic dolomite. Intervals of limestone present. 410 -432 ft. No Samples 432512 ft. Lake City Limestone (?) Well indurated, cream to brown, sucrosic, crystalline, fossiliferous dolomite. 5121049 ft. Lake City Limestone Well indurated, brown, sucrosic, cherty, peat-flecked dolomite. Intervals of limestone present. Fossils include Dictyoconus americanus.

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376 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-6359 Core Name: Fenholloway #10 Owner: Buckeye Cellulose Date Drilled: -9/63 Corporation County: Taylor Driller: Buckeye Cellulose Lat/Long: 30004'45"/83029'54" Corporation Core TD: 65' T5S R8E S2 1/4 da Surface Elevation: 62' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 0 -30 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated, dark yellowish brown, clayey sand. 30 -40 ft. Hawthorn Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, dark yellow to pale orange, phosphatic, dolomitic clay. 40-65 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately indurated, pale orange to pale olive, finely crystalline, fossiliferous dolomite. Intervals of clay present. Fossils present include foraminifera and fossil molds.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 377 Accession No.: W-10425 Core Name: Buckeye #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Taylor T8S R9E S19 1/4 db Lat/Long: 29046'23"/83027'23" Surface Elevation: 55' Core TD: 50' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 H.J. Mitchell-Tapping 0-39 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated to poorly indurated, light brown, fineto coarse-grained sand. 39 -50 ft. Ocala Group 39-50 ft. Crystal River Formation Moderately indurated, white, calcilutitic, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include mollusks and foraminifera.

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378 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10429 Core Name: Klumbus #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Taylor T7S R7E S35 1/4 ba Lat/Long: 29049'56"/83035'54" Surface Elevation: 5' Core TD: 52' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B. Yon 015 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated quartz sand. 15-42 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, pale orange, finely crystalline to chalky, moldic, calcareous dolomite. Fossils present include abundant fossil molds. 4252 ft. Ocala Group 4252 ft. Crystal River Formation (cuttings only) Moderately indurated, pale orange, chalky to finely crystalline, partially recrystallized calcarenite. Fossils present include foraminifera.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 379 Accession No.: W-10454 Core Name: TMG #5 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Taylor T7S R8E S17 1/4 da Lat/Long: 29052'20"/83032'48" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 30' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 H.J. Mitchell-Tapping 0 -30 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay Unconsolidated, light gray, fine to very coarse sand.

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380 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10455 Core Name: TMG #7 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Taylor T7S R8E S17 1/4 da Lat/Long: 29052'24"/83032'48" Surface Elevation: 35' Core TD: 82' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-32 ft. Unconsolidated Sand and Clay 3282 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, brown, sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 381 Accession No.: W-10456 Core Name: TMG #8 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Taylor T6S R7E S25 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 29056'04"/83034'25" Surface Elevation: 46' Core TD: 68' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 N. Cook 0-29 ft. No Samples 2968 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light orange, fossiliferous dolomite. Fossils present include fossil molds.

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382 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10457 Core Name: TMG #9 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Taylor T5S R8E S31 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 29059'58"/83033'24" Surface Elevation: 46' Core TD: 83' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 B.J. Timmons 0-24 ft. Undifferentiated Sand and Clay 2474 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, light brown, sucrosic, vugular dolomite. Intervals of limestone present. 74 -83 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, brown to off-white, fossiliferous limestone. Fossils include abundant Lepidocyclina sp.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 383 Accession No.: W-10459 Core Name: TMG #10 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Taylor T6S R7E S5 1/4 cd Lat/Long: 29058'59"/83038'33" Surface Elevation: 28' Core TD: 100' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: R. Hoenstine and Date: 1984 N. Cook 010 ft. No Samples 10 -100 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, light orange, sucrosic, moldic dolomite. Fossil molds abundant.

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384 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12021 Core Name: Tomoka WildlifeOwner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #1 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T15S R31E S2 1/4 aa County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 25' Lat/Long: 29014'00"/81010'35" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 79.2' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0-71 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones. 71 -79.2 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, packstone to wackestone, fossiliferous, poor induration, cream to white.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 385 Accession No.: W-12022 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #2 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T15S R31E S9 1/4 dd County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 35' Lat/Long: 29012'30"/81011'50" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 48.8' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0 -48.8 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray.

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386 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12023 Core Name: Tomoka WildlifeOwner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #3 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T15S R31E S29 1/4 dd County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 40' Lat/Long: 29009'50"/81012'45" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 57.7' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 057.7 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 387 Accession No.: W-12024 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #4 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T15S R31E S28 1/4 bb County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 38' Lat/Long: 29010'30"/81011'40" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 73.7' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0 -73.7 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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388 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12025 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #5 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T15S R31E S8 1/4 ba County: Volusia Surface Elevation: Lat/Long: 29013'10"/81013'20" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 71.6' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0 -71.6 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 389 Accession No.: W-12026 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #6 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T15S R31E S22 1/4 cb County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 33' Lat/Long: 29011'15"/81 11'00" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 84' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 084 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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390 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12027 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #7 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 TT7S R31E S17 1/4 County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 39' Lat/Long: 29001'20"/81 013'00" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 73.9' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 073.9 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 391 Accession No.: W-12028 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #8 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T14S R30E S35 1/4 dd County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 37' Lat/Long: 29014'10"/81014'05" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 75.3' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0-75.3 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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392 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12029 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #9 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T16S R31E S6 1/4 bad County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 38' Lat/Long: 29008'20"/81 013'53" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 66.1' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0 -66.1 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 393 Accession No.: W-12030 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #10 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T16S R31E S20 1/4 bb County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 40' Lat/Long: 29006'10"/81 012'35" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 74.4' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 074.4 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones.

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394 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12031 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #11 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T16S R31E S23 1/4 dd County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 39' Lat/Long: 29005'30"/81009'45" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 92.9' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0 -84 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones. 84-92.9 ft. Basal Ocala Group/Avon Park Limestone Undifferentiated Limestone, fossiliferous, poor to moderate induration, white to tan.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 395 Accession No.: W-12032 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #12 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T17S R31E S13 1/4 bc County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 40' Lat/Long: 29001'20"/81009'10" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 82.3' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0-82 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones. 82 -82.3 ft. Avon Park Limestone Dolomite, very recrystallized, porous, brown, fossil molds.

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396 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-12033 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt. #13 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T16S R31E S14 1/4 ad County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 39' Lat/Long: 29006'30"/81 o10'00" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 85.2' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 0-83 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones. 8385.2 ft. Avon Park Limestone Wackestone to packstone, poorly indurated, white to tan, fossiliferous.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 397 Accession No.: W-12034 Core Name: Tomoka Wildlife Owner: U.S. Geological Survey Mgmt #14 Driller: U.S. Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/73 T15S R30E S1 1/4 da County: Volusia Surface Elevation: 35' Lat/Long: 29013'45"/81 014'50" Geophysical Logs Available: Core TD: 92.7' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 079 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz sand, clay, and shell. Quartz sand, fineto medium-grained, poorly consolidated, light gray to dark gray, clayey to calcareous. Clay, sandy, calcareous to noncalcareous, moderate induration, dark gray. Shell beds, sandy, clayey, mostly broken shell, light to moderate gray. Organic-rich zones. 7992.7 ft. Reworked Hawthorn Group Clay, sandy, silty, dolomitic, phosphate sand and gravel in pockets, light olive-gray.

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398 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-15290 Core Name: Middleton #1 Owner: Mr. Middleton Date Drilled: 1/83 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Volusia T19S R33E S7 1/4 dcc Lat/Long: 28050'51"/81003'38" Surface Elevation: 17' Core TD: 182' Geophysical Logs Available: G,E STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: T. Scott Date: 1984 038 ft. Quartz Sand Sand, quartz, light gray to brownish gray, variably clayey, fineto coarsegrained, poor to nonindurated. 3867 ft. Shell Bed Shell bed, sandy, clayey, poor induration, fossiliferous, medium to dark gray. 67 -69 ft. No Samples 69107 ft. Lower Ocala Group Undifferentiated Limestone, white to medium gray, grainstone to packstone, fossiliferous, moderate to good induration. 107182 ft. Avon Park Limestone Limestone, white to medium gray, moderate to good induration, packstone to mudstone, fossiliferous, organics. Dolomite, brownish gray to brown, moderate to good induration, fossiliferous, thin-bedded zones.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 399 Accession No.: W-8477 Core Name: Jones #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 8/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Wakulla T6S R2W S1 1/4 ca Lat/Long: 29059'18"/84023'44" Surface Elevation: 7' Core TD: 192' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 020.5 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated, light gray to gray, orange-pink, very fine to coarse quartz sand. 20.5-27.5 ft. Coarse Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray, clayey, coarse sand. 27.5-32 ft. Sandy Clay Poorly indurated, light brown-gray, massive, sandy clay. 32146 ft. St. Marks Formation Well indurated, very light gray to white, sandy, chalky, moldic, recrystallized, fossiliferous calcarenite. Thin clay stringers at 50, 82, 100 and 102 ft. depths. 146-153.5 ft. Clay Poorly indurated, green-gray, massive, chalky, slightly sandy, calcareous clay. 153.5192 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, very light gray, recrystallized, dolomitic, fossiliferous, moldic, granular calcarenite.

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400 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7971 Core Name: Seymour #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton TIN R18W S9 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30°35'23"/86°03'01" Surface Elevation: 195' Core TD: 287' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 0 -30 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, pale yellowish brown, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 30205 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light brownish gray to yellowish gray, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand, calcareous, fossils common including mollusks, foraminifera and ostracodes. 205266 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Well indurated, yellowish gray, clayey, fossiliferous calcarenite, intervals clayey and quartz sandy, mollusks and foraminifera common. 266 -287 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, recrystallized, sucrosic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 401 Accession No.: W-7972 Core Name: Gavin #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T3N R20W S13 1/4 da Lat/Long: 30045'31"/86012'00" Surface Elevation: 237' Core TD: 281' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1982 0-45 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, pale yellowish orange, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 45169 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, calcareous, micaceous, quartz sand, fossils common in some intervals, mostly mollusks and foraminifera. 169182 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray, quartz sandy calcarenite, fossils mostly as molds and casts, some foraminifera. 182 -248 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, medium dark yellowish brown, slightly silty, quartz sand. 248-281 ft. Chattahoochee Formation/Chickasawhay Limestone Undifferentiated Well indurated, recrystallized, sucrosic dolomite.

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402 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-7973 Core Name:' Miller #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: VWalton T5N R18W S33 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 30053'08"/86003'00" Surface Elevation: 314' Core TD: 202' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0-78 ft, Citronelle Formation Poorly indurated, gray-orange to very light gray, clayey, silty, fine to coarse quartz sand, one interval massive kaolinitic clay, heavy minerals and mica are common accessories. 78 -168 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, light gray, clayey, calcareous, quartz sand, fossils present: mostly mollusks. T 68 -202 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, gray-yellow to very light orange, dolomitic calcarenite, foraminifera common.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 403 Accession No.: W-7974 Core Name: Kohler #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2N R18W S3 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30042'10"/86002'10" Surface Elevation: 280' Core TD: 280' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0-75 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly consolidated, very pale orange to white, silty, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand and gravel. 75 -202 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, olive-gray to light gray, clayey, silty, micaceous, calcareous, fossiliferous, quartz sand. 202-212 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, light gray, quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcarenite. 212 -272 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, pale tan to dark brown, clayey, silty, micaceous quartz sand. 272 -280 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, pale orange, recrystallized, sucrosic, moldic calcilutite to calcarenite.

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404 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8004 Core Name: Cosson #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 8/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2N R19W S18 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 30040'O2"/86010'44" Surface Elevation: 167' Core TD: 269' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0-42 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly consolidated, very light orange, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand. 42135 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Moderately indurated, medium light gray to greenish gray, clayey, calcareous, quartz sand. Intervals of massive clay are common, as are fossil mollusks and foraminifera. 135 -201 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Poorly to well indurated, light olive-gray, quartz sandy, fossiliferous, moldic calcarenite, foraminifera common. 201 -233 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, calcareous, clayey, fossiliferous, quartz sand, mica and heavy minerals are common. 233 -269 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, yellow-gray, euhedral, moldic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 405 Accession No.: W-8012 Core Name: Ward #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T5N R18W S4 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 30057'54"/86002'33" Surface Elevation: 238' Core TD: 300' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 O -226 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly indurated, grayish pink to gray-orange, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 226-263 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, buff to light tan, quartz sand. 263 -300 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, very light orange, moldic, dolomitic limestone.

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406 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8013 Core Name: Smith #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T5N R18W S4 1/4 da Lat/Long: 30057'43"/86002'45" Surface Elevation: 133' Core TD: 102' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0-45 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly consolidated, light gray to orange to reddish purple, mottled, micaceous, clayey, quartz sand. 45 -46.5 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, light brown, clayey, quartz sand. 46.5102 ft. Ocala Group Undifferentiated Well indurated, very light orange, abundantly fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 407 Accession No.: W-8014 Core Name: Vaughn #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1966 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2N R17W S15 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30O35'06"/85056'04" Surface Elevation: 184' Core TD: 233' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1979 M. Clark 0 -20 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, moderate orange-pink, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 20135 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, dark yellow-brown to olive-gray, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay, mollusks and foraminifera are common as are mica and phosphate. 135163 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, clayey, phosphatic, fossiliferous calcarenite, foraminifera are abundant in lower secitons. 163188 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light gray to yellowish gray, clayey, micaceous, fossiliferous, quartz sand. 188 -206 ft. Chattahoochee Formaiton Moderately indurated, white, quartz sandy, chalky, dolomitic calcilutite. 206 -233 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, brown, fossiliferous dolomite.

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408 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8019 Core Name: Bunge #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/66 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T4N R20W S2 1/4 da Lat/Long: 30O52'38"/86012'51" Surface Elevation: 277' Core TD: 403' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0 -148 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated, very light orange to white, clayey, micaceous, crossbedded, quartz sand and gravel, some intervals are clean, white, quartz sand, some are silty clay. 148183.5 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, light gray, clayey, medium to coarse, quartz sand. 183.5 -403 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellow gray to very light orange, dolomitic calcilutite and calcarenite, foraminifera are common.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 409 Accession No.: W-8102 Core Name: Mathis #1 Owner: Mr. Mathis Date Drilled: 3/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T6NR21W S36 1/4 babc Lat/Long: 31058'30"/86017'57" Surface Elevation: 335' Core TD: 375' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1980 0120 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, very light gray to very light orange, clayey, quartz, fine to coarse sand, some intervals are massive sandy clay. 120192 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, very light gray, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand. 192 -375 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellow gray to light olive-gray, fossiliferous, silty, dolomitic calcilutite, glauconite and foraminifera common.

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410 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8103 Core Name: St. Regis #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T5N R21W S35 1/4 ccc Lat/Long: 30053'01"/86019'16" Surface Elevation: 299' Core TD: 340' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1980 M. Clark 0 -132 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, very light gray to moderate reddish brown, clayey, medium to coarse, quartz sand. 132 -251 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light olive-gray to moderate olive-brown, clayey, phosphatic, quartz sand, lower sections of the interval contain fossiliferous clay and calcareous shell beds. 251 -340 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone Well indurated, light gray, finely sucrosic, dolomitic calcilutite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 411 Accession No.: W-8104 Core Name: Brown #1 Owner: Mr. Brown Date Drilled: 2/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T5N R20W S11 1/4 aaa Lat/Long: 30057'10"/86013'08" Surface Elevation: 294' Core TD: 312' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1978 C.W. Hendry 0 -75 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, very pale orange to yellowish gray, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 75132 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, quartz sand and sandy clay. 132 -312 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellowish orange, microfossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite, foraminifera common.

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412 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8105 Core Name: Matzen #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T4N R18W S31 1/4 ddbd Lat/Long: 30047'50"/86004'20" Surface Elevation: 250' Core TD: 212' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C.W. Hendry 0 -80.5 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, pale orange to pale reddish brown, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand and gravel. 80.5171 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light olive-gray to light brownish gray, clayey, quartz sand. 171 -212 ft. Chattahoochee Formation/Suwannee Limestone Undifferentiated Well indurated, light gray to very pale orange, fossiliferous, finely sucrosic calcilutite and calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 413 Accession No.: W-8351 Core Name: Eglin #1 Owner: U.S. Air Force Date Drilled: 11/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2N R21W S9 1/4 c Lat/Long: 30040'54"/86021'16" Surface Elevation: 227' Core TD: 462' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1980 M. Clark 0 -146.5 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly consolidated, grayish orange to pale yellowish brown, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 146.5297 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, olive-gray, clayey, micaceous, fossiliferous, quartz sand. 297-365.5 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, pale orange, quartz sandy, finely sucrosic, moldic, fossiliferous calcilutite. 365.5-391 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, olive-gray, clayey, micaceous, quartz, fine sand, fossils are abundant. 391 -462 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone Well indurated, yellowish gray to dark olive-gray, sucrosic, moldic dolomite.

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414 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8352 Core Name: Eglin #2 Owner: U.S. Air Force Date Drilled: 1/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton TIN R20W S14 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 30034'53"/86013'12" Surface Elevation: 165' Core TD: 376' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C.W. Hendry 0 -79 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, brownish gray to yellowish gray, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 79-245 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, silty, clayey, micaceous, abundantly fossiliferous, quartz sand, deeper intervals calcareous and phosphatic. 245-350 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone/St. Marks Limestone Undifferentiated Well indurated, light gray to pale orange, quartz sandy, fossiliferous, finely sucrosic, moldic calcilutite. 350-376 ft. Suwannee Limestone Very well indurated, moderate yellowish brown, sucrosic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 415 Accession No.: W-8353 Core Name: Eglin #3 Owner: U.S. Air Force Date Drilled: 3/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T1N R21W S15 1/4 bdd Lat/Long: 30034'45"/86019'34" Surface Elevation: 181' Core TD: 377' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1978 M. Clark 0-62 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, grayish orange to light brown, quartz sand and gravel. 62 -326 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated 62 to 244 ft., poorly indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, micaceous, sparsely fossiliferous, quartz sand. From 244326 ft., poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray, very microfossiliferous, clayey, calcareous, quartz sand and sandy clay. 326 -377 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Well indurated, pale orange, finely sandy, moldic, fossiliferous calcarenite.

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416 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8354 Core Name: Shoal River #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 10/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T3N R21W S3 1/4 ccb Lat/Long: 30047'10"/86019'48" Surface Elevation: 206' Core TD: 382' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1978 M. Clark 0 -32.5 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, moderate reddish orange to pale yellowish brown, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand and gravel. Bottom 2.5 ft. is massive, reddish purple clay. 32.5152 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, yellowish orange to yellowish gray, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand. Bottom 20 ft. of interval is fossiliferous, calcareous, clayey sand. 152166 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, light yellowish gray, finely sandy, fossiliferous calcarenite. 166-234.5 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, yellowish gray to olive-gray, clayey, fossiliferous, calcareous, quartz sand. 234.5382 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone Well indurated, yellowish orange to yellowish brown, sucrosic, fossiliferous calcarenite and dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 417 Accession No.: W-8355 Core Name: Ryan #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T1S R18W S20 1/4 bc Lat/Long: 30028'43"/86°04'00" Surface Elevation: 43' Core TD: 281' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1980 0-32 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, very light gray, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 3249.ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, very light gray, clayey, phosphatic, quartz sand. 4981 ft. Intracoastal Formation Moderately indurated, light olive-gray, calcareous, clayey, phosphatic, fossiliferous, quartz sand. 81 -165 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Well indurated, very light gray to very light orange, fossiliferous, moldic calcarenite. 165-281 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, very light orange, highly recrystallized, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite.

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418 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8356 Core Name: Holloway #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 6/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T5N R20W S25 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30°53'50"/86°11'21" Surface Elevation: 218' Core TD: 257' Geophysical Logs Available: C,G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1978 C.W. Hendry 0-89 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly indurated, yellow-gray, clayey, calcareous, fossiliferous, quartz sand and sandy clay. 89-257 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone Very well indurated, olive-gray to yellow-brown, finely sucrosic, glauconitic, microfossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite and calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 419 Accession No.: W-8478 Core Name: Bayview #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T1S R19W S31 1/4 b Lat/Long: 30027'22"/86010'48" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 282' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1977 0-70.5 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated, medium gray to dark brown with zones of white sand, clayey, quartz sand. Bottom 20 ft. of the interval contains wood and organics. 70.5-114 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, yellowish gray, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. 114-211 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellowish gray to very light orange, moldic, fossiliferous calcarenite. 211 -282 ft. Chickasawhay Limestone/Suwannee Limestone Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, moderate yellow-brown, moldic, sucrosic dolomite.

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420 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8587 Core Name: Mack #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 9/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2S R18W S13 1/4 ab Lat/Long: 30O24'40"/86000'12" Surface Elevation: 15' Core TD: 230' Geophysical Logs Available: G,P,S STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1977 097.5 ft. Undifferentiated Clayey Sand Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, very light orange to medium dark gray, clayey, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 97.5198 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, very light orange to yellow-gray, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite. 198 -230 ft. Suwannee/Chickasawhay Limestones Undifferentiated Well indurated, yellow-gray, moldic, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcarenite and sucrosic dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 421 Accession No.: W-8591 Core Name: Price #1 Owner: State of Florida Date Drilled: 10/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T3S R19W S16 1/4 dcc Lat/Long: 30019'47"/86009'36" Surface Elevation: 6' Core TD: 443' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0113.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray to yellow-brown, clayey, medium-grained, quartz sand. 113.5178 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, olive-gray to yellowish gray, clayey, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. 178199 ft. Four Mile Village Member/Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellow-gray to brownish gray, phosphatic, glauconitic, calcareous sand. 199 -251.5 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. 251.5-405 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellow-gray, moldic, microfossiliferous calcilutite and calcarenite. 405-443 ft. Chattahoochee Formation/Suwannee Limestone Undifferentiated Moderately to well indurated, yellowish brown, sucrosic, fossiliferous dolomite.

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422 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8592 Core Name: Bruce #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled:. 8/68 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton TIN R17W S20 1/4 dc Lat/Long: 30028'25"/85058'05" Surface Elevation: 45' Core TD: 206' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0-45 ft. Citronelle Formation and Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, yellow gray to gray orange, clayey, quartz sand. 4550 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, yellowish gray, shelly, quartz sand. 50 -64 ft. Intracoastal Formation Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, quartz sandy biocalcarenite. 64147 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, light olive-gray, fossiliferous calcarenite. Interval from 110-147 ft. is very sandy (quartz) and fossiliferous, calcareous sand. This could be equated to a lower Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated unit. 147 -206 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, very light orange to white, chalky, fossiliferous calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 423 Accession No.: W-8865 Core Name: Coffeen #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 2/67 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2S R21W S35 1/4 bb Lat/Long: 30022'14"/86018'53" Surface Elevation: 42' Core TD: 501' Geophysical Logs Available: G STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1977 0107 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray to yellow-brown, clayey sand. Interval between 50 ft. and 75 ft. contains dark, humate material with wood. 107 -211 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray to yellow-gray, sandy biocalcarenite. 211 -269 ft. Four Mile Village Member/Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellow-gray to olive-gray, glauconitic, quartz sand. 269351 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, olive-gray, sandy biocalcarenite. 351 -462 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to light yellow-orange, chalky, glauconitic calcarenite and calcilutite. 462 -501 ft. Chattahoochee Formation/Suwannee Limestone Undifferentiated Well indurated, yellow-gray, chalky, sucrosic calcarenite and dolomitic calcilutite.

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424 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8873 Core Name: Intracoastal Owner: Florida Geological Survey Waterways #1 Driller: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 1/69 T3S R18W S11 1/4 bdc County: Walton Surface Elevation: 40' Lat/Long: 30019'53"/86000'56" Geophysical Logs Available: G,P Core TD: 300' STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0 -67 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Poorly consolidated, moderate brown to pale yellowish brown, clayey, quartz sand. 67176 ft. Intracoastal Formation Moderately indurated, yellowish gray to light gray, clayey, sandy (quartz) biocalcarenite. 176187 ft. Four Mile Village Member/Intracoastal Formation Grayish orange, phosphatic, glauconitic, calcareous, quartz sand. 187 -228.5 ft. Intracoastal Formation Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, sandy (quartz), phosphatic biocalcarenite. 228.5-300 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellowish gray, quartz sandy, clayey, fossiliferous calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 425 Accession No.: W-8876 Core Name: Sam #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/69 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2S R19W S2 1/4 bd Lat/Long: 30026'25"/86006'44" Surface Elevation: 6' Core TD: 316' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 0-46 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated, light gray to dark yellow-orange, clayey, fine to gravel size, quartz sand. 46 -80 ft. Four Mile Village Member/Intracoastal Formation Unconsolidated, olive-gray to yellow-gray, glauconitic, phosphatic sand. 80109 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly indurated, yellow-gray, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite. 109 -209 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, yellow-gray to very light orange, moldic, fossiliferous calcarenite. Interval from 174-209 ft. is calcareous, clayey, quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcilutite. This interval could be equated with lower Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated. 209-316 ft. Chattahoochee Formation/Suwannee Limestone Undifferentiated Well indurated, light brown to white, finely crystalline, sucrosic, moldic, fossiliferous calcilutite and dolomite.

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426 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-8877 Core Name: La Londe #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 4/69 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton TIS R21W S22 1/4 d Lat/Long: 30o28'45"/86019'53" Surface Elevation: 10' Core TD: 406' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt Date: 1978 O -60.5 ft. Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, grayish orange to very light gray, mediumto coarse-grained, clayey, quartz sand. 60.5128 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, dark yellowish brown, clayey, phosphatic, microfossiliferous, quartz sand. 128179 ft. Intracoastal Formation Poorly to moderately indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, quartz sandy, phosphatic biocalcarenite. 179292 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, very light gray to yellowish gray, moldic, glauconitic, fossiliferous calcarenite. 292 -406 ft. Chattahoochee Formation/Chickasawhay Limestone Undifferentiated Well indurated, very light gray to yellowish brown, sucrosic, moldic, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite and dolomite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 427 Accession No.: W-10832 Core Name: Campbell #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 3/71 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2N R18W S21 1/4 dd Lat/Long: 30038'55"/86002'23" Surface Elevation: 212' Core TD: 270' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1978 C.W. Hendry 0-39 ft. Citronelle Formation Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, pale yellow-brown to pale reddish brown, clayey, micaceous, quartz sand and gravel. 39168 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, olive-gray, clayey, quartz sand. Some intervals are sandy clay. Mica and phosphate are common throughout. Fossils are abundant in some of the lower intervals. 168 -235 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately to well indurated, light gray to yellowish gray, quartz sandy, fossiliferous calcarenite and calcilutite. Interval between 211 ft. and 235 ft. is olive-gray quartz sand. This would probably equate to lower Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated. 235 -270 ft. Suwannee/Chickasawhay Limestones Undifferentiated Well indurated, pale yellow-orange, fossiliferous, moldic, recrystallized calcarenite.

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428 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10914 Core Name: May Hair #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 7/71 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2N R17W S9 1/4 cb Lat/Long: 30035'50"/85056'31" Surface Elevation: 115' Core TD: 252' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1978 M. Clark 0 -143 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly consolidated, dark yellowish orange to light brown, clayey, micaceous, fine to coarse, quartz sand and sandy clay. Cuttings only 103' -252'. 143252 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, yellow-gray to white, dolomitic fossiliferous calcilutite and calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 429 Accession No.: W-11045 Core Name: Adkinson #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey -Date Drilled: 1/70 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Walton T2N R20W S2 1/4 aa Lat/Long: 30°42'11"/86013'16" Surface Elevation: 220' Core TD: 291' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 S. Klinzing 057 ft. Citronelle Formation Poorly indurated, very pale orange to grayish red-purple, clayey, micaceous, fine to coarse, quartz sand. 57195 ft. Alum Bluff Group Undifferentiated Poorly to moderately indurated, olive-gray to medium gray, micaceous, quartz sandy, fossiliferous, calcareous clay. 195 -272 ft. Bruce Creek Limestone Moderately indurated, light gray to light olive-gray, clayey, fossiliferous, sandy limestone. Interval between 240 and 272 ft. is fine, micaceous, quartz sand. This may equate with lower Alum Bluff Group. 272291 ft. Suwannee Limestone Very well indurated, pale yellowish brown to light gray, finely crystalline, sucrosic dolomite.

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430 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY Accession No.: W-10954 Core Name: Hunt #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: 5/81 Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Washington TIN R14W S16 1/4 b/center Lat/Long: 30°29'38"/85o38'31" Surface Elevation: 125' Core TD: 235' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and P. Date: 1978 Huddlestun 0-67 ft. Citronelle Formation and Undifferentiated Quartz Sand Poorly consolidated, tan to white, micaceous, clayey, quartz sand and gravel. 67-96 ft. Jackson Bluff Formation Poorly indurated, light olive-gray, clayey, fossiliferous sand and sandy, shelly clay. 96 -134 ft. Chipola Formation Poorly indurated, quartz sandy, clayey, fossiliferous, marly calcilutite. 134 -174 ft. Chattahoochee Formation Moderately to poorly indurated, white to cream, clayey, fossiliferous, dolomitic calcilutite. 174235 ft. Suwannee Limestone Well indurated, fossiliferous, "coquina-like," dolomitic calcarenite.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 103 431 Accession No.: W-11487 Core Name: Duncan Church #1 Owner: Florida Geological Survey Date Drilled: Driller: Florida Geological Survey County: Washington T4N R14W S36 1/4 ad Lat/Long: 30042'17"/85035'28" Surface Elevation: 105' Core TD: 273' Geophysical Logs Available: STRATIGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION Described by: W. Schmidt and Date: 1977 C. Coe 0 -8 ft. Undifferentiated Clay and Carbonate Unconsolidated to poorly consolidated, dark yellow-brown, quartz sandy clay. 8-39 ft. Suwannee Limestone Moderately to well indurated, very light orange to white, fossiliferous, calcilutitic limestone. 39155 ft. Marianna Limestone Well indurated, very light orange to white, fossiliferous, calcilutitic calcarenite. 155-273 ft. Ocala Limestone Well indurated, very light orange to white, fossiliferous, calcilutitic calcarenite.

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES BUREAU OF GEOLOGY FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Walter Schmidt, Chief Peter M. Dobbins, Admin. Asst. Alison Lewis, Librarian Jessie Hawkins, Custodian Sandie Ray, Secretary GEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS SECTION Thomas M. Scott, Senior Geologist/Administrator Albert V. Applegate, Geologist Susan Kruhm, Staff Asst. Jon Arthur, Research Asst. Ed Lane, Geologist Brian Caldwell, Research Asst. Jacqueline M. Lloyd, Geologist Ken Campbell, Geologist Milena Macesich, Staff Asst. Cindy Collier, Secretary Teresa Meyer, Staff Asst. Don Harris, Research Asst. John Morrill, Core Driller Richard Howard, Laboratory Tech. Albert Phillips, Asst. Driller Richard Johnson, Geologist Frank Rupert, Geologist Jim Jones, Draftsman Robin Singh, Staff Asst. Ted Kiper, Draftsman Wei Wuchang, Research Asst. OFFICE OF MINERAL RESOURCE INVESTIGATIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY SECTION J. William Yon, Senior Geologist/Administrator Paulette Bond, Geologist Connie Garrett, Research Asst. Laura Cummins, Research Asst. Shelton Graves, Research Asst. Diane Donnally, Research Asst. Ron Hoenstine, Geologist Steve Spencer, Geologist OIL AND GAS SECTION L. David Curry, Administrator Clarence Babcock, Engineer Scott Hoskins, Staff Asst. Brenda Brackin, Secretary Katherine Milla, Staff Asst. Robert Caughey, Geologist David Poe, Geologist Cynthia Cook, Geologist Joan Ragland, Geologist Joan Gruber, Secretary Gwendolyn Staten, Secretary Charles Tootle, Engineer

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d15315263205dd054ee628253f015a2e2a6302ec
'2017-03-08T11:10:12-05:00'
describe
'983776' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLD' 'sip-files00005.tif'
edcfd6cc86980ee694cb49b91fc99ff2
57d67c178fd45f7d3ee90c2d91106bbca859d60e
'2017-03-08T10:55:56-05:00'
describe
'213' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLE' 'sip-files00005.txt'
77211685dbd855a6b92e888ea136c72d
82a0f059f67331774b9da0f6c63ac0830ccfb190
'2017-03-08T10:45:03-05:00'
describe
'1818' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLF' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
c7413f4f4b162ac011b9088be57a8cb3
59e378799e0ff61017871e2d25bddfba96c0e214
'2017-03-08T11:10:08-05:00'
describe
'105547' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLG' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
3ff2dc8782f789540113799cf489f1c0
c32b179b1ab720243cc4129ed913cb41d551b806
'2017-03-08T11:04:01-05:00'
describe
'107819' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLH' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
f366068c9de067e1d00a8d460f4b5f32
c03d1a3bb51ef60b29018cceb4f97fbbed99c4d3
'2017-03-08T10:54:42-05:00'
describe
'38076' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLI' 'sip-files00006.pdf'
3cf59f80fb1ed7a8c301700135ad54c9
2eac8571b49d3f9006b77d0eb06814f406ae8d69
'2017-03-08T11:05:08-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLI-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATLI-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:12-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:05:11-05:00'
normalize
'52125' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLJ' 'sip-files00006.pro'
61465d8548cdb3537a5a03fca757b222
bcb025a7620977e33e36b8179656cd01ff5c42cb
'2017-03-08T10:45:24-05:00'
describe
'38992' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLK' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
54a9e2830b09c30ffbdff15155c74230
9e921f007eacea468fbc51dd6c8e3ac51e2d0250
'2017-03-08T10:58:26-05:00'
describe
'969572' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLL' 'sip-files00006.tif'
171c68a55c816fc33652a1d41cbbe525
160e57696e2b32d70983797d2f6136d9d7d6d4a1
'2017-03-08T10:47:41-05:00'
describe
'2302' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLM' 'sip-files00006.txt'
5ddfbe9f58792bfa73b2715ed03a1320
4f597fb0faa5a76d92599226a0ddbf8cc6277517
'2017-03-08T11:03:17-05:00'
describe
'9641' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLN' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
ed5dcaeb21de5b66e87f40162dcc7303
cbead7db09d1ce403d1b420dca97212231921c26
'2017-03-08T11:06:43-05:00'
describe
'109942' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLO' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
8a1aff13f99977813180406d8a9bcfd0
3aa9b27ebd2b05a7ba16ad523e449eefc8a66102
'2017-03-08T10:49:18-05:00'
describe
'115358' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLP' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
efecb9c3684b246575e49543271bba11
d359da6fcf0e7b7bdcc9380ab7394260a3e14d7f
'2017-03-08T10:40:22-05:00'
describe
'40375' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLQ' 'sip-files00007.pdf'
9fa2bd1e358a3dc2c79a93029bbe6247
8f8f469b34c9be5463b3901748b612cb99c9e40a
'2017-03-08T10:47:07-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLQ-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATLQ-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:17-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:47:09-05:00'
normalize
'44268' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLR' 'sip-files00007.pro'
429c1b91cdc476bd98135dcb123cde90
110ec31983e8c850ce1153d9a6f8e95bb65fabbc
'2017-03-08T10:40:05-05:00'
describe
'41120' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLS' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
af122fc95d97786cad11f8ace65610b7
597950660e468db453e8ba33c2b490ee99eefb7a
'2017-03-08T10:57:14-05:00'
describe
'972588' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLT' 'sip-files00007.tif'
ed96aab89d7e294b36251e59ea2e42ef
f9eea0d12900fbe8cbee52c8059a60eec5f57d1b
'2017-03-08T10:59:27-05:00'
describe
'1816' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLU' 'sip-files00007.txt'
5b972d75b40b0fa8b621bffadcb095c0
ec4ec2ba83aae50e1ef49571b6527c2aaabea432
'2017-03-08T10:58:20-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
'10437' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLV' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
3cfe8bfab2da112566698c2d5f0ecdfd
ae25ccefde9685cf38ca9747018a309515b89297
'2017-03-08T10:40:08-05:00'
describe
'109188' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLW' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
5e7325c2f4d861dc826c24b239f8c35c
a03beb30fea392a109ff4cd187a9623b36b7c301
'2017-03-08T10:57:58-05:00'
describe
'115685' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLX' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
5bb4d75b131283b91e98af7566706eb3
459a086118f8047874921b97a6ed07ba7c22184f
'2017-03-08T10:51:25-05:00'
describe
'39764' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLY' 'sip-files00008.pdf'
a7565667b6c6a30468f9fdb95bfe8d77
d691694c788d0c089a8de2d35671e35592473b55
'2017-03-08T10:56:17-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLY-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATLY-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:39-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:56:19-05:00'
normalize
'56045' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATLZ' 'sip-files00008.pro'
427772d6092650e6a0d271a1fc912b66
0a122190e22a6303693399bd3ab5e81a16010381
'2017-03-08T10:53:31-05:00'
describe
'41064' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMA' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
d6d631de0bd2f644048b0b3833dbae4d
410b688899d9f8967b50787c1e0b388eef9cb55c
'2017-03-08T10:59:36-05:00'
describe
'951916' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMB' 'sip-files00008.tif'
be513b13ccbafb6f55f34ca0f5ed8f56
5950506295147a420e708a331a8c40f481f8174e
'2017-03-08T11:12:39-05:00'
describe
'2204' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMC' 'sip-files00008.txt'
117d16c556cd5f09f89d471a5d686182
a5a932bff849f7a233a1cee64d9dbfff9d380140
'2017-03-08T10:46:53-05:00'
describe
'9817' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMD' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
b5af1cc38706e3bb8a29d4cdae2f04bc
0524ed83a4b6380d736d070312efc540853958e4
'2017-03-08T11:14:00-05:00'
describe
'113264' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATME' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
151c0078cbb55cc4f9e4baab7ce74354
d4cd394a5d98d6093a5d9a109261a51e4247597d
'2017-03-08T10:52:39-05:00'
describe
'113844' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMF' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
8241a7b70345036aab2f8b3514c0c803
c8532980c861c422477cc7409d3739de1dbd7509
'2017-03-08T11:16:48-05:00'
describe
'41704' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMG' 'sip-files00009.pdf'
28017594603d6ee1ad55035afc4e71b6
039d7d8b68159855f474843574bf34259f67c365
'2017-03-08T10:50:37-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMG-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATMG-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:34-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:50:39-05:00'
normalize
'50695' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMH' 'sip-files00009.pro'
ed613a9b41e99adec21eab0243fbc357
3e1122c35fc9ffb3833914aa4720dc9aa4d159b3
'2017-03-08T11:04:03-05:00'
describe
'39691' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMI' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
d4e35ec5d30cadeca16060c9cde5bfc6
8932cd7e2cd2c46f6e9147650abb1fda1be1b603
'2017-03-08T10:58:47-05:00'
describe
'981496' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMJ' 'sip-files00009.tif'
8afde9396cb278e77181fff6cf527bc8
d59feb5f7f3c39fc35a091f7eca97794cf7912c5
'2017-03-08T10:45:11-05:00'
describe
'2054' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMK' 'sip-files00009.txt'
5f158282de3c7f35b26b27670f2de833
1eb8f0626b8011f16712afb282180a9e426a8f17
'2017-03-08T10:48:11-05:00'
describe
'10137' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATML' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
4650af684ffbd9988a465b1aa9d419be
3eb2da90e96fcba9e0f63024be880f4e5757b73a
'2017-03-08T11:02:22-05:00'
describe
'117565' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMM' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
96e41fc30666a99981e938fb6f281e0c
945d3bdd12ab08d3d84f4c274b2195779b59bc00
'2017-03-08T10:48:32-05:00'
describe
'118062' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMN' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
c23f2d8a31dc44fbcddba2f6aa13c19a
27671d580d981c561367725be3e43c891c2f5da9
'2017-03-08T10:51:46-05:00'
describe
'42800' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMO' 'sip-files00010.pdf'
3a389a6fca73618cff65790fa66d7c5b
371191876c270714f56924d097dfe1f8c682c3e1
'2017-03-08T10:59:05-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMO-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATMO-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:31-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:59:08-05:00'
normalize
'42561' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMP' 'sip-files00010.pro'
0bcda94d9385baaee1539d0f5b3675e6
7b4108a3b4ea8618f58496d1fb57f6724d09c639
describe
'40959' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMQ' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
f10ed38047cd6996f15aa7420b5aba33
7f7b2a51aed6b8b6726fd830519517cb2304df6f
'2017-03-08T10:48:10-05:00'
describe
'962864' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMR' 'sip-files00010.tif'
86ea67aa7e88d4fdb063455dffdf8bd1
2fa4248dc78822221f4a9e81b44464000164a0b2
'2017-03-08T10:45:43-05:00'
describe
'1734' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMS' 'sip-files00010.txt'
d2604379ed3719dcdcedda771242e13b
cd3763175fe740dded8427c2653758de718196fb
'2017-03-08T11:10:51-05:00'
describe
Invalid character
Invalid character
'10537' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMT' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
f374f9c57f786efe8508bd12b4a3d716
42cd6543a2a8372151dc53f9044bee1d838f6be4
'2017-03-08T11:06:07-05:00'
describe
'118557' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMU' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
146413574ca1aeed436022804ff908c6
450b071d8ad9e0c316d27ebcd2ea9b9ba4186253
'2017-03-08T11:07:33-05:00'
describe
'111715' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMV' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
784d4ef40ee50d2bf8493b5d4070b3ad
7c5502b8a938ce4fd31de080685267c6da23da72
'2017-03-08T11:10:34-05:00'
describe
'43982' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMW' 'sip-files00011.pdf'
3fa0bb183b653d0c72a0614135680cab
e5ff9fe7b3a71d7dc9cd5db5eb16dbdc08634029
'2017-03-08T10:54:16-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMW-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATMW-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:53-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:54:18-05:00'
normalize
'47953' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMX' 'sip-files00011.pro'
6951e41ee8f6a8c348fd3779b6141dc2
531b0f8d3675f07affeea23ff67532df0cef892e
'2017-03-08T11:12:20-05:00'
describe
'39297' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMY' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
583cc6a57bab1171dc792a1e6a08dad3
d1eb2c4613f07c81e5506758b3c784f341213d72
'2017-03-08T11:12:52-05:00'
describe
'1001608' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATMZ' 'sip-files00011.tif'
672c72b8a58e79a1ddbc9300e8dc03ca
318b90d24994562ea7ac2ab342252865fc4c41b6
'2017-03-08T11:12:34-05:00'
describe
'1936' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNA' 'sip-files00011.txt'
e6e2a5481e0425383d73581e1aa773c4
4f86c6ec29454601066b2ac8d5feaaf7053e481d
'2017-03-08T10:45:07-05:00'
describe
'9589' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNB' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
3497e9a8ba8e5809f7dc02ea4f8e7e0b
4642c6798058585952075d5e8255096e644652dd
'2017-03-08T11:10:52-05:00'
describe
'62438' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNC' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
3f4c6543400bb295c580e7c13db7b5e0
f34a1c7151b8e5918a3c5570ce4f8ed96af9656f
describe
'64577' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATND' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
dd64e20477279ccb036dd7a4858a17ac
1aeee7b60d0597a1b449d4953d849e1bae491ecf
'2017-03-08T10:43:01-05:00'
describe
'22968' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNE' 'sip-files00012.pdf'
dcf06453aba9ebf2312595817a1c1591
9f5e10c26f035b6d39b41e284e82cd6181636fc2
'2017-03-08T11:08:39-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNE-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATNE-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:50-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:08:41-05:00'
normalize
'29601' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNF' 'sip-files00012.pro'
10474052a9d02c938cbdcbef734f99fe
421173a3ca6dba2d97728cf992debd0e489a945e
'2017-03-08T10:58:51-05:00'
describe
'23657' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNG' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
2a198a1a32dea8459e8d5ea0a16111e0
492f967211b9d9c1cdbb415b849d69ee0c8e0c63
'2017-03-08T11:16:17-05:00'
describe
'940956' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNH' 'sip-files00012.tif'
3e4582c7174660055ac522f8abe5a4da
6decfc5e5ab140df05dcba52ccccf8f14bbabee0
'2017-03-08T11:02:40-05:00'
describe
'1131' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNI' 'sip-files00012.txt'
2802b5893d09f280f810c38c4369c52b
04d36dcd3df8686335967c07b19148cbfdb7157e
'2017-03-08T10:45:19-05:00'
describe
'6291' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNJ' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
caea79e0088cd156f0fdcf7d5469e23d
6d27755237aaf4b77e4b84f9e1e6612860982d13
'2017-03-08T10:54:25-05:00'
describe
'3461' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNK' 'sip-files00013.jp2'
81c3aa5f7eb03d75eb0ac703614b8018
dd1a767e4848aa3ed51903d7723df36f863bb902
'2017-03-08T11:07:18-05:00'
describe
'10432' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNL' 'sip-files00013.jpg'
2bfe8a6e6122df1160058f75de589726
cca01d86e4632ef62fc537f55bdd0c7c1e48eba5
'2017-03-08T10:59:48-05:00'
describe
'3672' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNM' 'sip-files00013.pdf'
ef63b2ceb718ee7aa56314b60e873fd8
171245a1388a36093432a3b3153ff0e65c0fced4
'2017-03-08T11:02:37-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNM-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATNM-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:54-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:02:39-05:00'
normalize
'313' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNN' 'sip-files00013.pro'
43fd30dd3c7f8fdcc93a18e7354ac31b
cea76875f8d8575a4cc95bff4c797459f1a07b52
'2017-03-08T10:44:10-05:00'
describe
'3165' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNO' 'sip-files00013.QC.jpg'
7a2f353a33a864a88f3849a7192020da
c8255a4961d2dae0d6ccd506b81a17019ce650eb
'2017-03-08T10:45:52-05:00'
describe
'923536' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNP' 'sip-files00013.tif'
aa66bd6e04755b045fc27606ec6d9423
e2f1985427eaebae46a9c9fb6700920b80fae815
'2017-03-08T11:10:13-05:00'
describe
'299' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNQ' 'sip-files00013.txt'
ce6dd2c857a2ce9441598b4e6787ce1e
c89ed731a325887257a2047b7719a91b7010bf13
'2017-03-08T11:06:26-05:00'
describe
'1270' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNR' 'sip-files00013thm.jpg'
ea09d3a20f5ecdee4470e31b592520b8
e183c75a396e17b737ff5974cf04a917c36b524d
'2017-03-08T11:07:37-05:00'
describe
'191761' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNS' 'sip-files00014.jp2'
45963da41a686154b7b900cd520cfd9d
935fe2697d6abda37d931b95cffee4189adf4f71
'2017-03-08T11:00:25-05:00'
describe
'174541' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNT' 'sip-files00014.jpg'
e3165496bb51e4e2e9e159d22a21091a
09efeade3b87ef91aca3029acd8661774aa69b40
'2017-03-08T10:42:48-05:00'
describe
'79766' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNU' 'sip-files00014.pdf'
a0815701ffc09047f78645bc5a5cb7bb
e89ffb821b1c59534fee5cc5370fb04a3ebd4f60
'2017-03-08T10:59:33-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNU-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATNU-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:01-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:59:35-05:00'
normalize
'78584' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNV' 'sip-files00014.pro'
7286c865a28e93ba8cae6ae0c6c44d5f
542f275d0a7ab6de26eb38aa017f710bea890286
'2017-03-08T11:01:37-05:00'
describe
'52363' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNW' 'sip-files00014.QC.jpg'
9f24947d84f4b9fef1682befcdd27d3c
e28d24432b2b4dbfc7d60951861ac4130bdf6b9b
'2017-03-08T10:51:21-05:00'
describe
'954028' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNX' 'sip-files00014.tif'
a5e8fd5b3b42b39f7c0b7e9d15db8464
876f438be14a0b7f6b25f7b89b208969ba03fc97
'2017-03-08T11:02:05-05:00'
describe
'2942' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNY' 'sip-files00014.txt'
a4698bd06b72b44535af28336105cd96
7876a05edc371a8614bc3bfbe1301514829feb3b
'2017-03-08T10:50:32-05:00'
describe
'12607' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATNZ' 'sip-files00014thm.jpg'
568e1a0fb0928e41b90e0c26b627942f
1f6a3e1e426638053fcfc4bee411f7dd11b57774
'2017-03-08T10:48:07-05:00'
describe
'139222' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOA' 'sip-files00015.jp2'
bdb682f336a8c2572d4cdb32bec20924
1aa535de771e92ef9c19d72eb72f4ebd75680198
'2017-03-08T10:47:06-05:00'
describe
'132979' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOB' 'sip-files00015.jpg'
68237ec23314adea35eda4464a7acaf4
07415dfc8a3a58fe14d181bda85664ef14536f14
describe
'57162' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOC' 'sip-files00015.pdf'
72d55852dba1ff2241a1e0b37b5b8efe
e01ecd18cbe06bbdeb776706088f9d1071ef8f9f
'2017-03-08T11:12:48-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOC-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATOC-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:18-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:12:50-05:00'
normalize
'57943' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOD' 'sip-files00015.pro'
3ca7a7b71275fee9ce7bcebed925260f
6cf2cf6ca4a30dd887005e9316a7b8ced35e7f8d
describe
'42245' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOE' 'sip-files00015.QC.jpg'
0779febc3d4d040e3483ce9e75c5b925
d41974c634c6f1e675002350dafe36bb0070c0c5
'2017-03-08T11:06:30-05:00'
describe
'931156' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOF' 'sip-files00015.tif'
2796c9d41aefe5d061125b0db1fbafa9
670d628ca4799f91f748843370619f8a176fd06b
'2017-03-08T10:43:49-05:00'
describe
'2184' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOG' 'sip-files00015.txt'
9675d6752d1fd30a7f5c850177266480
02633aceae391c3ae709122002c5cc73ae8e8bd5
'2017-03-08T10:42:14-05:00'
describe
'10918' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOH' 'sip-files00015thm.jpg'
be2a8a0cbe72a07cb1ce69a171cbafd8
4480ee5680cf6f8cce7f59b8cd65c7f099fe4be2
'2017-03-08T10:44:56-05:00'
describe
'69774' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOI' 'sip-files00016.jp2'
93b9b02d694b184b83443d31443682d7
ec12929c302feb023be9f135eadefb86e435e48e
'2017-03-08T10:43:09-05:00'
describe
'39563' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOJ' 'sip-files00016.jpg'
08433e0344f442da4c5af024f41fc0dc
928c76ce296a1dad70d4433e2227d8fb0b1dd338
'2017-03-08T10:54:41-05:00'
describe
'29284' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOK' 'sip-files00016.pdf'
8f0135d03737317f4c1b4489a4dba13c
048df9f778974e03e0b7793bfc0a011fe3cb8e2d
'2017-03-08T10:46:54-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOK-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATOK-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:21-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:46:56-05:00'
normalize
'3228' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOL' 'sip-files00016.pro'
bee0b630f626290aa7dfc85df9b12fc0
0735959265cde26df8e1ca7dfb21725bcd6263ab
'2017-03-08T11:12:29-05:00'
describe
'13459' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOM' 'sip-files00016.QC.jpg'
3ccf9a0fc0ad8ef7864b39d4c7938564
f8f8966fbf1ba73d8a19e41e22bab3499bb95b52
'2017-03-08T11:05:16-05:00'
describe
'948992' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATON' 'sip-files00016.tif'
cd800acc040da3917a78f6a4750e661d
76ca5a767aab9a33237abcbaaffc36f47d885757
'2017-03-08T11:04:40-05:00'
describe
'189' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOO' 'sip-files00016.txt'
2868913a5c77081a2a11619b22edc725
c82d716fd63e1c74f43a9b6c38fa328daed40b58
'2017-03-08T11:04:18-05:00'
describe
'4429' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOP' 'sip-files00016thm.jpg'
59931effd28a5b28cb995bf9e6a4ecfc
02c1e6152a8452bbc7c4332556386f4a521a38b8
'2017-03-08T11:14:57-05:00'
describe
'100452' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOQ' 'sip-files00017.jp2'
25d35d5b22bd716252fd45ad1133fef5
1b8d871db6479721acdbc2313f3c925bc872f29c
'2017-03-08T10:47:14-05:00'
describe
'96749' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOR' 'sip-files00017.jpg'
1d28578fd120d6aeb2f72c3528067b33
14ef2b47ced3b49a49a55248ef22b674335e70b9
'2017-03-08T11:02:26-05:00'
describe
'41145' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOS' 'sip-files00017.pdf'
812ec46b14e14754a403c1b3f66d6266
c189a2942d247d2ef07f69de71c03690f66bbb6e
'2017-03-08T10:53:50-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOS-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATOS-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:07-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:53:52-05:00'
normalize
'38422' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOT' 'sip-files00017.pro'
ed92fb98d2733782dcffbced7fdaba77
e2ffdf0c12bcc8acfd97d75211a213bc656b189a
'2017-03-08T10:48:37-05:00'
describe
'31051' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOU' 'sip-files00017.QC.jpg'
50bd171a8d5941489dc0f59777efbbb7
6019432bf4fa7b1aaa6c8d0c6d5510bceab793c3
'2017-03-08T10:48:40-05:00'
describe
'908568' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOV' 'sip-files00017.tif'
2ea1c379afd196f49b07b36d0e16dd78
18c7e3e20c3c3f52a7a4d78531aa8688baddd62c
'2017-03-08T11:07:09-05:00'
describe
'1538' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOW' 'sip-files00017.txt'
1c491e651f1d0357ad504440df700e36
2e80e8b78041569fbb12d815b03b0cf5402f8832
'2017-03-08T11:12:42-05:00'
describe
'8536' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOX' 'sip-files00017thm.jpg'
f1c61c2b6dbef442719a93268fc12f82
b823a86b299f740ef7b0595e4df95ab7e700b20c
'2017-03-08T10:57:07-05:00'
describe
'129877' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOY' 'sip-files00018.jp2'
33d1f4b13e8f47e2da183167e05795d0
2358819346bc2d3fb8f060cd8b9901f529860fee
'2017-03-08T11:04:11-05:00'
describe
'119526' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATOZ' 'sip-files00018.jpg'
a585ff7ea280479c412153ce238c2ac9
e6a5a92b1c80040c5d421eae7825b4a2fc6e9aa6
'2017-03-08T11:02:35-05:00'
describe
'51938' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPA' 'sip-files00018.pdf'
5cdc4dcc7c8f839025875159c6128938
bb169f31256cadd890434386af660a46e7321ac0
'2017-03-08T11:08:58-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPA-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATPA-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:05-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:09:01-05:00'
normalize
'50697' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPB' 'sip-files00018.pro'
4d3dd2cfec20f475ee0b09afb41b1508
a3a3cf50cd9936a325f5efd88c3c97a5d41d8015
'2017-03-08T10:45:27-05:00'
describe
'38151' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPC' 'sip-files00018.QC.jpg'
21ebc422c7f9892307e8171b3fe11df7
ba5513bbab31a3a2af983e8e586013cb79cd9071
'2017-03-08T11:09:46-05:00'
describe
'931356' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPD' 'sip-files00018.tif'
2a25df22e8c1372d1389a369da1aa2a0
71910242aa9de9daa40d5cbc6adee467eb471e4a
'2017-03-08T11:14:02-05:00'
describe
'1906' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPE' 'sip-files00018.txt'
0ea61ca08b287803598e34993d826765
6bb475cea951d4c63fd21d7fffaf909a63e77fe6
'2017-03-08T11:09:16-05:00'
describe
'10401' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPF' 'sip-files00018thm.jpg'
7b3be2e185c54389d6d87853c2d76f74
39607464bbe57445fe4aaa8e5b07d05f75532337
describe
'58669' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPG' 'sip-files00019.jp2'
31ba3b1527d7fa994dd1623c91cd32c3
3658c9b4d3cca23cff7df8d4163a616ffda13e92
'2017-03-08T10:46:05-05:00'
describe
'56800' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPH' 'sip-files00019.jpg'
1c90ac71d7548ec8eda559e84af5a25c
2c61e92eae9bef18937d8db0b741ec1ef6455f0a
'2017-03-08T11:02:44-05:00'
describe
'24499' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPI' 'sip-files00019.pdf'
6555057f9be2ba9be30b4d7171605e35
152bf82614d882ad30fc4459ed3753ff8bd31133
'2017-03-08T10:43:11-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPI-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATPI-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:10-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:43:13-05:00'
normalize
'20732' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPJ' 'sip-files00019.pro'
0f26f17a3bc66880d5aff57d5aa2e976
f93fc049ff328bb0fcf0200521e359291b7e683d
'2017-03-08T10:59:15-05:00'
describe
'18551' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPK' 'sip-files00019.QC.jpg'
722949e39f3a1453dd00a57c45cc01d7
2adb6784f5fb3f667a3fc9cd0a7523c733040ca5
'2017-03-08T11:06:25-05:00'
describe
'905780' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPL' 'sip-files00019.tif'
dff1d02c2b3ac38dafdc747af3522728
22315b933fe293b39166fdf652f63a50622c5ef4
'2017-03-08T10:47:49-05:00'
describe
'790' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPM' 'sip-files00019.txt'
19ec68df14fdff59f790543618d128e1
c17a71ef557268e47019a2c5d72ca271e2f47bda
'2017-03-08T11:00:16-05:00'
describe
'5623' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPN' 'sip-files00019thm.jpg'
d9d3fb3af912e74b86ecdce9ac341de5
3b5a7dc7c78b7107bfd49d7c5192ad53dd9f472b
'2017-03-08T10:45:04-05:00'
describe
'69549' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPO' 'sip-files00020.jp2'
343c12703254da3f70fd98a32a57a23e
15061b988770397d0e8f49df953217937fa6a952
'2017-03-08T10:50:16-05:00'
describe
'65173' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPP' 'sip-files00020.jpg'
3d30b02d9eaa1407c517ebd32b61c222
e1b3b7cf36fde031aa50de98a0bbf8db3314b11d
'2017-03-08T10:57:19-05:00'
describe
'28415' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPQ' 'sip-files00020.pdf'
909f28e78f77649e83f562d8ea599bb5
7d6f145402b4c3160f647066b119421d1e78bf6b
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPQ-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATPQ-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:36-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:47:11-05:00'
normalize
'25111' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPR' 'sip-files00020.pro'
865f8da7d1c8b121b89f855fb569af1d
a85bc5a334a4876f930b2c35e971b4c85db8e63b
describe
'21775' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPS' 'sip-files00020.QC.jpg'
abebf94438390ffd9e645d5e382df4ce
53474c02faad0221a898ca10c2517035fb7b122d
'2017-03-08T11:12:02-05:00'
describe
'928568' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPT' 'sip-files00020.tif'
8209606d53366229fa959559465f68e4
9d97ef13d39eed0857207e44ce964a69484e19c3
'2017-03-08T10:57:06-05:00'
describe
'980' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPU' 'sip-files00020.txt'
6001fce8efda795ff6245c8d62350bbb
760f98a3851b06c548b92389bfd4eaa2fd9485d3
'2017-03-08T11:04:49-05:00'
describe
'6351' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPV' 'sip-files00020thm.jpg'
0d767d59a1213d394490f69bebb9338e
b097ca34d824703cd3c4a55136dfb6cd5d561105
'2017-03-08T11:06:34-05:00'
describe
'71436' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPW' 'sip-files00021.jp2'
2aedda70f0f4537eabe97efbcfd78582
f7b8cda259f865c8e6f8180812dc9043f1004d8f
'2017-03-08T10:44:32-05:00'
describe
'67967' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPX' 'sip-files00021.jpg'
2e6153914ad7c91728eed45f72e19b88
d0459c2aaf0c1cbdc9c8b65896f615fbba6411ac
'2017-03-08T11:07:46-05:00'
describe
'29558' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPY' 'sip-files00021.pdf'
8b821d0c681bb24da0f6253b8ca30495
a02b913fdb67c0eabe207642aebe3ef565397f67
'2017-03-08T10:40:33-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPY-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATPY-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:33-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:40:35-05:00'
normalize
'26528' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATPZ' 'sip-files00021.pro'
42dd1d63969bdb6104342e7a95ab94da
28c850b5731f7ce228bc14656c7acc65937ad8b1
'2017-03-08T11:10:22-05:00'
describe
'21984' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQA' 'sip-files00021.QC.jpg'
fc1ee5554804ab2e7e5391a4f862e465
aa7e942a2e1713acb7a75f8a9d6f17f6ff775477
'2017-03-08T10:43:02-05:00'
describe
'932812' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQB' 'sip-files00021.tif'
5a45aa68ef180277a8a5258106dbcd71
8c661f4a4e1b5308c5c3a45a107003a8fc9f9875
'2017-03-08T10:40:13-05:00'
describe
'1009' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQC' 'sip-files00021.txt'
12058c9befe54c2f90af5b02cec1cae8
a46cec1f518c0e47f5d35619066a36f4012f770b
'2017-03-08T11:15:02-05:00'
describe
'6549' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQD' 'sip-files00021thm.jpg'
06cd9b28076e66d1029ed44bf2a44956
b408dbe6bc1ae675be73c3e26b986569e94de52a
'2017-03-08T10:57:51-05:00'
describe
'127825' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQE' 'sip-files00022.jp2'
27c0a31963ad38ded77a4d589d9f36ac
df8872c96ae2226538272d462a2c2545cf8d07a1
'2017-03-08T10:50:58-05:00'
describe
'117704' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQF' 'sip-files00022.jpg'
1c98f81900a648cdc2b430aa25d05774
3f4bcc8c9aa6fde0f91b765c9df851df682079ae
'2017-03-08T10:40:00-05:00'
describe
'51217' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQG' 'sip-files00022.pdf'
c36c306e98a476a05b2a24de87cef781
0f3c3e8a5cf1d1a0bf7d69a74685c932fdea96e1
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQG-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATQG-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:03-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:11:00-05:00'
normalize
'49907' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQH' 'sip-files00022.pro'
422a5e5be77e7cdd20cdf793cd22a677
c7514ccaec023057fd9da4265f569c58a1b03d2a
'2017-03-08T10:41:09-05:00'
describe
'37363' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQI' 'sip-files00022.QC.jpg'
c034f701e3795c917bb2266294de0317
faa4fb24109b6831c9c5cac065770ab19a98efa3
'2017-03-08T11:06:20-05:00'
describe
'939216' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQJ' 'sip-files00022.tif'
f3e053d69bfdf6a093fbc31b446311ac
5c944f979cb8d923f20a1a0b1f474738cc0c2f45
describe
'1902' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQK' 'sip-files00022.txt'
be7d5dd78d478a238ec2f50cd052252c
839a47bb8e344d544855fb7ecca5e9f94c612b7c
'2017-03-08T10:52:22-05:00'
describe
'10167' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQL' 'sip-files00022thm.jpg'
ae60ef0d63af45d9e236fc1285a22f3e
c294b006628eb13e3cda0dfd9d0c527ceeb0680d
'2017-03-08T11:14:17-05:00'
describe
'79387' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQM' 'sip-files00023.jp2'
e0be41957d017b035365141b60cf136f
41430537474be70630fd723f95ffa59456a86315
'2017-03-08T10:48:18-05:00'
describe
'73695' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQN' 'sip-files00023.jpg'
ddfba81d42a58c4b6a81826eaacedf69
6a07a4e1e71640f1f116f627a9880e82303194c1
describe
'32689' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQO' 'sip-files00023.pdf'
410073e267369d1683af505342cc86b1
af0e108a66a8568577fb27360bd0749ef20af92e
'2017-03-08T10:56:31-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQO-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATQO-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T10:56:35-05:00'
normalize
'28687' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQP' 'sip-files00023.pro'
81ff4d011c803053c79df926d100d6d1
259371285c20aa17ca0d47157c63de96dcc08747
'2017-03-08T10:41:50-05:00'
describe
'23632' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQQ' 'sip-files00023.QC.jpg'
d5bbddc32f869bb1b6d31f3a9ef60c4c
43bbba0ac6700bab6dd8d347a35b35137ccfc406
'2017-03-08T11:03:04-05:00'
describe
'909444' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQR' 'sip-files00023.tif'
539ca4ee873bca5cc6ccf493984e065d
bdecb553ee66d157c54595bb64b3e1d2a9af7f80
describe
'1080' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQS' 'sip-files00023.txt'
b099fd7a3d07f2bf1b2acb628aad7bb3
e679f8b256a6821464bfa5b9ca1598973321c4f3
'2017-03-08T11:08:24-05:00'
describe
'7037' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQT' 'sip-files00023thm.jpg'
d648133c7e79c7c509d42033004e2767
72c4d358d310347df0a007f0109002f85e25fe91
'2017-03-08T11:09:52-05:00'
describe
'57703' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQU' 'sip-files00024.jp2'
7e2d8aace98571ab4b4b0142552847bd
aeefc44935735811607f919d698bb44e7a97c07c
'2017-03-08T11:02:46-05:00'
describe
'54070' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQV' 'sip-files00024.jpg'
76a692a8352ce1aa91bf699d959b80a5
495d0e3f4e4f105591639094152f88813fc6d73c
'2017-03-08T10:47:37-05:00'
describe
'24165' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQW' 'sip-files00024.pdf'
bd9a8222dcff1cc557b05963d7192730
e25980790852cbf1fe4f1c819610635305e8dde0
'2017-03-08T10:52:15-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQW-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATQW-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:29-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:52:17-05:00'
normalize
'19762' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQX' 'sip-files00024.pro'
817da98f6aa4c9f1c153fe25d21b28b1
1bc757320c297e8c5df1bb08a6203e215042d89a
'2017-03-08T11:10:33-05:00'
describe
'17363' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQY' 'sip-files00024.QC.jpg'
16ecc43d05e539e4ad4a1ef9c1510d68
0760dc6c886a8c9adc19a45cd1061cff4a54b73a
describe
'929564' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATQZ' 'sip-files00024.tif'
d1fdb35dcdf5783a32186edecf7ff926
a05d31bb1209ad9b118309c92a6f63613c439fcb
'2017-03-08T11:10:37-05:00'
describe
'750' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRA' 'sip-files00024.txt'
7b55d32ac1c6a77d8741a04a2bf40a23
3c4aa9aa4e749f534410fa8e65c62bfddc587bfe
'2017-03-08T10:58:52-05:00'
describe
'4977' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRB' 'sip-files00024thm.jpg'
4d07adbe5e703fc8d01dccac10e8a285
048f85d36378e9f6ff0be0a9c49aaf3d87cfe10e
'2017-03-08T10:52:06-05:00'
describe
'78708' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRC' 'sip-files00025.jp2'
b544e727c53d2cc5aa793944b3d49e67
416964798f07c822f4c9b7f439016520a56b4fa9
'2017-03-08T10:54:08-05:00'
describe
'74900' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRD' 'sip-files00025.jpg'
b886647d1221d0bd8556d69b4c7c1be8
7f837952a49a87fca985cc560a076a7ffc03ed41
'2017-03-08T11:06:10-05:00'
describe
'32378' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRE' 'sip-files00025.pdf'
e1087187b3dd84e35c9528ffb88d971e
ba77c34fc635dc8afe5dc92ab86f79d06c755bed
'2017-03-08T10:41:29-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRE-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATRE-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:30-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:41:30-05:00'
normalize
'29388' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRF' 'sip-files00025.pro'
fc5fff030fd2d0a70a6782c2d78915ad
e2c5933781950054e318cb0b57c9e2580890afbf
describe
'24400' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRG' 'sip-files00025.QC.jpg'
bac5ae4a09a831f5c9bbdd055e7f0827
64cefdcad8f7cd488ccfae88b8762dbe89c7eb60
'2017-03-08T11:01:27-05:00'
describe
'892212' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRH' 'sip-files00025.tif'
9621fff1832032ab49a1f5a937511ca3
e377e3c876a2692006c6d9ec83c1e38895a52e08
describe
'1121' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRI' 'sip-files00025.txt'
b694e1ee83cfcca4aab8cf3ac882023f
dc900fbd35e7928a3a60d016df65128441b16141
'2017-03-08T11:09:35-05:00'
describe
'7183' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRJ' 'sip-files00025thm.jpg'
bfca119fff358791b63150ca6b6509dd
1375ff5421e87d880744ffb7eef960cb707d0d9f
'2017-03-08T10:44:23-05:00'
describe
'80210' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRK' 'sip-files00026.jp2'
583d3b4eb4b16ec5fbeed89d95b96022
a589f63d4e1a8ccc5bd7bf6cd4d9ffc8c33638b8
'2017-03-08T10:55:08-05:00'
describe
'75789' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRL' 'sip-files00026.jpg'
cd05689972d98d1943e4a0c2e0100fb3
451c16a3ff4ded2dc3d4e0fbcf3cc1428790dff9
'2017-03-08T10:51:20-05:00'
describe
'32791' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRM' 'sip-files00026.pdf'
6d9416c48cec163b46fcf722ef9f5bfc
3b42275a000d26d05e6b9cecb9a33d3ae79dabcf
'2017-03-08T10:47:29-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRM-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATRM-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:27-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:47:31-05:00'
normalize
'30185' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRN' 'sip-files00026.pro'
e3cc92e8f6411a28d94deb2dc88200fa
e0b5a38e24ef0a2aab140df59fc1ce2347e92846
'2017-03-08T10:55:33-05:00'
describe
'24435' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRO' 'sip-files00026.QC.jpg'
9b0ab3b5b5eef59937151b26a2e90344
893175c5f53531d01a48c94694c346abe9c6f152
'2017-03-08T11:08:00-05:00'
describe
'914740' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRP' 'sip-files00026.tif'
1a7a6a3718e2f05fdbd072d7f9ead898
d81d1971b3d1d3a4f78512374d130eb466eb530b
'2017-03-08T10:51:45-05:00'
describe
'1143' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRQ' 'sip-files00026.txt'
dda535c4350507657e93d0b78eca61c7
4939ccb2b503357d925662132f1ab5eb9df04cff
'2017-03-08T10:58:02-05:00'
describe
'7042' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRR' 'sip-files00026thm.jpg'
1122a0d964d88b7a06cacfa296a34b58
00784ee421fa5ebc5a6a07f58a3fa1ed1d54a703
'2017-03-08T10:43:45-05:00'
describe
'82633' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRS' 'sip-files00027.jp2'
df3c8cd19bd1e837b433718a8e007306
a52031a35e6227cfb64f41538a38b50af617fa11
describe
'72831' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRT' 'sip-files00027.jpg'
95e71e64312816805194ed59e52db564
3a70831f2640856cf0c0012e8e00f70f8a87924d
'2017-03-08T11:03:08-05:00'
describe
'33367' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRU' 'sip-files00027.pdf'
ac02550d92be3bb232bccdb67aa2146d
fec1b9fe0e7fbdc07da213c6ce52791667717ff3
'2017-03-08T10:53:54-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRU-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATRU-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T10:53:56-05:00'
normalize
'27186' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRV' 'sip-files00027.pro'
eeb37a314214ac459f16513166a6ca2b
e9a8a9c530cd5eeb1da9ea75243fbc20581885b1
'2017-03-08T10:46:32-05:00'
describe
'24057' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRW' 'sip-files00027.QC.jpg'
6bb5a8c9c1b21b2e9df851ef06e2364a
4fc70c8454fdb53753497af93c4460b96457e641
'2017-03-08T10:40:01-05:00'
describe
'944996' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRX' 'sip-files00027.tif'
974c0a34ff6c8ec3737b08bcf081fb7c
24212d8eb0c7fb79b8bb2991abe9a70bf031df49
'2017-03-08T10:47:32-05:00'
describe
'1134' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRY' 'sip-files00027.txt'
f7593c4cec7ad059929da2dec16430b0
41cbe5c5774a0beabf69f20ff737473f84799a10
'2017-03-08T10:40:19-05:00'
describe
'7246' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATRZ' 'sip-files00027thm.jpg'
3bfa36254fb03f1650c0e72a1d7605cb
c28feb4524f102d144f3a185d00a1aba621fbe11
describe
'69085' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSA' 'sip-files00028.jp2'
5ceb0d4df4ddf1dde351c36ca624815a
9a8a59cfa7f7b2eba7cce58a46b684358a415b1d
describe
'65420' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSB' 'sip-files00028.jpg'
a979c7c572a28ee14493641ed6041f1f
5dc5d7acc7e52e312693da160c2050348500ab41
describe
'28293' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSC' 'sip-files00028.pdf'
8c5097c04ebb8305bff55bbb2038c7d7
29c28105cb882ec45f93d8f7bd6de39173ba56ea
'2017-03-08T11:06:15-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSC-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATSC-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:57-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:06:17-05:00'
normalize
'24917' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSD' 'sip-files00028.pro'
0efa6dbbe89d12ab0ea234d9d10f1eb0
46edab8c75fa127dd9df75f97b4f64ca19225d5e
'2017-03-08T11:09:28-05:00'
describe
'21630' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSE' 'sip-files00028.QC.jpg'
4566d1167fe8852dc26bd11eb0699126
8b58bd60906e21098b5acf80f40257c072a68677
'2017-03-08T10:47:33-05:00'
describe
'914768' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSF' 'sip-files00028.tif'
05dfbbd17d58c8d17228f2e7f1f86521
4baaeb0e0e2901a2e6c9aaff0eb7be58d5222c99
'2017-03-08T11:07:55-05:00'
describe
'965' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSG' 'sip-files00028.txt'
514cf349f198b1c0429857f6fc06c31f
670b227185af685c5d70a11f6e7f2d669f5d971c
'2017-03-08T11:14:37-05:00'
describe
'6225' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSH' 'sip-files00028thm.jpg'
2cafffd6e5d70b18ac58a82399e196e3
863ce1f2270e30c9fea4ef3da436e6d5a943f648
'2017-03-08T10:47:19-05:00'
describe
'104189' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSI' 'sip-files00029.jp2'
48589382f88dc07f4efce94c54e3faf7
06c40160be4322b10a4c20a611ff8ec552f3654f
describe
'90494' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSJ' 'sip-files00029.jpg'
ed203063ef4cc6366d080c7e1a67c10b
a3627acb125f066d2bdd6f4f5762653354a64eab
'2017-03-08T11:13:41-05:00'
describe
'41302' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSK' 'sip-files00029.pdf'
c186bd6f6f44ed2db54fb9b5bb90a095
3a43598092422d20ac43cb1582d6e2ca49c33bd3
'2017-03-08T10:59:21-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSK-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATSK-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T10:59:23-05:00'
normalize
'38617' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSL' 'sip-files00029.pro'
1b901cd83d44a734af17fae8fd287e23
4c598eb2558bf0cb13d56476ed015697738828d0
'2017-03-08T10:46:00-05:00'
describe
'30727' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSM' 'sip-files00029.QC.jpg'
ed2d158bd2f0993c53ea22ecae1b1b85
fbe0e05a89f11754e87b428d131f4c63ab24bc1e
'2017-03-08T10:43:39-05:00'
describe
'967360' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSN' 'sip-files00029.tif'
e7f9eab8ba7750825212fddf5bd5e189
3011a96e5d201a6f800699454ee9862770893f0f
'2017-03-08T11:15:17-05:00'
describe
'1517' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSO' 'sip-files00029.txt'
1785ef775fbd7ee6953f65ca4bd5eedd
8514fc6505ac5e64b9905171aadf4af2f977f1ba
'2017-03-08T11:11:31-05:00'
describe
'8175' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSP' 'sip-files00029thm.jpg'
522dde81a6f6b051d8f6d401ac71613f
cabe71fa5d46966500cbf16f792864c71aa02608
'2017-03-08T10:50:09-05:00'
describe
'147233' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSQ' 'sip-files00030.jp2'
0e01cb8d2d07a5068a21196b1e435ef2
bce82bbbe76223928e626525c755dc138763e264
'2017-03-08T10:50:34-05:00'
describe
'129628' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSR' 'sip-files00030.jpg'
62b8fac961c12ea841a127f1acb806e8
a0f8fae25daa81d393a510f36f72d1fa30459fea
'2017-03-08T10:43:34-05:00'
describe
'59102' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSS' 'sip-files00030.pdf'
1d4fb4605993fdd714dca28aa9a9a1be
e4d2a8b9b41951355fbb368b09e7037465505115
'2017-03-08T11:06:59-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSS-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATSS-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:45-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:07:01-05:00'
normalize
'57490' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATST' 'sip-files00030.pro'
aeeda225c1c382404ff4ba372bca1912
0f5290f561c30b7d91b0eadfe1ba3e84fbd78c22
'2017-03-08T11:16:01-05:00'
describe
'39190' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSU' 'sip-files00030.QC.jpg'
3308b3f639b9b80078bf9546486e970b
39b7ede96f88c43e0e289a9afb81591e1298df45
'2017-03-08T11:07:13-05:00'
describe
'952672' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSV' 'sip-files00030.tif'
2da124a6f90d77cae5b19b9c1f4d96c5
ca51d1ace8ed4b9d874303fa93589aa4f531cd9d
'2017-03-08T11:16:16-05:00'
describe
'2166' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSW' 'sip-files00030.txt'
58798627c1f9701d7d91677747ac184a
1e2991f8242194ab1cdc9f8b85226c4245921180
'2017-03-08T11:16:45-05:00'
describe
'10864' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSX' 'sip-files00030thm.jpg'
878990ebd201f1a8e4d1c7af06c6a1af
e3d5403d8338930a9079293d9b5d17bbdcbac46b
'2017-03-08T10:41:43-05:00'
describe
'125060' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSY' 'sip-files00031.jp2'
4aa297bb6bcf46f4030f03279bf60776
ef391c78c8ee8af7127b25a47cdaa76d3b5710e8
'2017-03-08T10:43:27-05:00'
describe
'111692' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATSZ' 'sip-files00031.jpg'
cfa4f13af0e5b8b5ffb5243f9df98154
206d1b1769115f97f3b3b2eb14df9afb42d3b51f
'2017-03-08T11:03:45-05:00'
describe
'50234' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTA' 'sip-files00031.pdf'
539f5bfd7f16bf3e51ea5dab47422f68
9181c2f28c6e6cbbe908ac38491602231d9bf1b1
'2017-03-08T11:00:45-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTA-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATTA-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:47-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:00:47-05:00'
normalize
'48885' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTB' 'sip-files00031.pro'
21b14331ff630138d98ada4e8a6f381b
eb26c3f47e2351f07cf4fcc65996a43768d7024b
'2017-03-08T11:16:14-05:00'
describe
'35186' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTC' 'sip-files00031.QC.jpg'
948dab4586179ac084f6fcfab1a346fa
f23e7bfae542de5fe44716758b7ae6a55e7045e8
describe
'947924' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTD' 'sip-files00031.tif'
0df17e8660eca06354f623c64067f92d
8597e711e20b41856faa237c404ee785a2c0e97b
'2017-03-08T10:45:51-05:00'
describe
'1839' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTE' 'sip-files00031.txt'
ac78be1cc5b936ac43f921e55fed65e5
19bc05423a45fa627369487de70455ecf11d30d1
'2017-03-08T10:57:10-05:00'
describe
'9529' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTF' 'sip-files00031thm.jpg'
c6277982b8e6d23887880ba3fdff8e1c
2ab5f512ecf95627c9b6ef065d026a250046826d
'2017-03-08T11:00:35-05:00'
describe
'123122' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTG' 'sip-files00032.jp2'
b8140900e27ca802d6af163a10e1cc2e
fb302c6533328ac1afae0d4cff5df3bffdbd39e9
describe
'108953' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTH' 'sip-files00032.jpg'
42bcab173c8040635aa4a56e58b4df70
bcb0d2b5ed8200a9a78c48362dd4dda75df98c29
describe
'49436' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTI' 'sip-files00032.pdf'
3b49b1fdbbae72b55836294bb7ffe992
2efdb4e8f643b3d9f12e7d590467050e792f4881
'2017-03-08T11:14:45-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTI-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATTI-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:49-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:14:48-05:00'
normalize
'47305' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTJ' 'sip-files00032.pro'
b6399cfa058247e98c3102a6f0a496ce
f757dce4bc73e70a881f661a493acb5795592efb
describe
'34343' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTK' 'sip-files00032.QC.jpg'
9e07a6fb2dda897b6491829e0a8d1469
6a2e86f944bcfdcb451cf5840f881d0a71077af8
'2017-03-08T10:52:24-05:00'
describe
'968908' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTL' 'sip-files00032.tif'
43ec15bf758393365a82919e75525467
f58fa9d356481dacb7b626212fdfe57e1f175cbd
'2017-03-08T10:59:55-05:00'
describe
'1787' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTM' 'sip-files00032.txt'
c37709f7ef62a419f9cea8f47ebed2d1
349c57e5451deb91a4e722b2fcd960b023c839ea
'2017-03-08T10:56:49-05:00'
describe
'9461' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTN' 'sip-files00032thm.jpg'
0f07a0ea0e76f171c56f7ab6aeede8b6
223b5c92034fcd4600de432035172254fe9d688f
'2017-03-08T10:56:29-05:00'
describe
'107187' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTO' 'sip-files00033.jp2'
5d72309106d8aa3a01d935f7559da833
a1d1026c03b80d999d2e1758c0105bfc36f07143
'2017-03-08T11:01:35-05:00'
describe
'95218' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTP' 'sip-files00033.jpg'
ea95a28b0279d55661845db0dac14e1c
39486e19f78363ad945ab8a31a4d3719fdf2789a
'2017-03-08T10:52:34-05:00'
describe
'42747' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTQ' 'sip-files00033.pdf'
aaddaf30d97a6e8d7fd9edc250aaa580
7371595e1b2146c12d2db22b6fe8a8c056112e81
'2017-03-08T10:50:30-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTQ-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATTQ-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:44-05:00'
describe
normalize
'41103' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTR' 'sip-files00033.pro'
79b07edc7e99aae666eb9767f67d005f
21fbd958a3090e37e7cd99f29c7b92ef887e153a
'2017-03-08T10:40:56-05:00'
describe
'31055' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTS' 'sip-files00033.QC.jpg'
87dc52abfc1960d252a956c3f23e0a87
6904396bb7edaa78a2d61b43d6e214075841f3ef
'2017-03-08T11:06:19-05:00'
describe
'957740' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTT' 'sip-files00033.tif'
f976d34bc0c2bdbb24d168304de9d94b
9a51e40e9e32e16e9ca6d288043924a806d06c97
'2017-03-08T11:12:57-05:00'
describe
'1546' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTU' 'sip-files00033.txt'
c1d90dbc0ab5e9585ffb53a84677bdf9
a33450503b522ce4c4aa6360fdba6b17eb9163a4
'2017-03-08T10:53:46-05:00'
describe
'8917' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTV' 'sip-files00033thm.jpg'
88c8405664fed0e2b7eee15cd4fcacae
c49c4d7489a2ec579323ceb647448de809285086
'2017-03-08T10:53:22-05:00'
describe
'141553' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTW' 'sip-files00034.jp2'
6a4fbf3a7931b9f8457fa4d33223b7e7
7a2beb908c2b7e30b6a3495d0a04fa1d90ce0334
'2017-03-08T11:11:04-05:00'
describe
'125283' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTX' 'sip-files00034.jpg'
dc8624acc8eddedf5044fa968f07f5df
7fcb4e5ff8586c91efa41ebf5c5100e3d22a42b4
'2017-03-08T10:44:06-05:00'
describe
'57410' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTY' 'sip-files00034.pdf'
24656a5ea57ea023c2e85403931304a3
ceaca4fbab1cf610a680fae6f36bc51b3bc57cfb
'2017-03-08T11:08:11-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTY-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATTY-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:13-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:08:14-05:00'
normalize
'55358' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATTZ' 'sip-files00034.pro'
6182ebfa249b3264f60787a395d7281b
678e83c78436959af734a9e215badb4bee8af91f
'2017-03-08T10:50:22-05:00'
describe
'38461' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUA' 'sip-files00034.QC.jpg'
9a12ce6c125587600e63582a75a7b9ef
08f779c39d74f4d2e2a23440e84f54674c4093f1
'2017-03-08T10:59:14-05:00'
describe
'979752' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUB' 'sip-files00034.tif'
e3b62cd6384b29e9581b039b3ec47058
3786d07f658777868b03751e8f6f9f5bb7b0ff7e
describe
'2085' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUC' 'sip-files00034.txt'
cbaa7810537af54a8d117048aefb60f4
a3c036333adb37cbc484fe9e26e8340a27f6e344
'2017-03-08T10:50:19-05:00'
describe
'10091' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUD' 'sip-files00034thm.jpg'
629082fd8547ed7545a7df7b6c208be7
c1e17c9a192ac3a7ca59a9db2610a51d27888ccf
'2017-03-08T11:14:25-05:00'
describe
'18423' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUE' 'sip-files00035.jp2'
83ff8711f585a2f49a547dc431a7abb1
7cc264e1237a875ececbd89d305d52b57b0df728
'2017-03-08T10:43:38-05:00'
describe
'21584' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUF' 'sip-files00035.jpg'
58da4123d023c33e3a41d4a0d52e19f1
b28c3174d7b5b2f4b5c5dd2546f0be18ef0ba6af
'2017-03-08T11:07:12-05:00'
describe
'9092' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUG' 'sip-files00035.pdf'
8c3c7289bfdbf07cef1c3f607a8ab91e
65c35101bbf4154c84f765409e174cc1f6485233
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUG-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATUG-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:08-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:45:54-05:00'
normalize
'5415' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUH' 'sip-files00035.pro'
da749696a44108211001b0fe51a52b61
66f5b858aa9ecca7699bb62211bab85550cf92a5
'2017-03-08T10:53:19-05:00'
describe
'7382' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUI' 'sip-files00035.QC.jpg'
4f26e6e8898eb354c9b005395d89e9d6
8121931a22123c7c9ff0bd41b0f0db68a54be281
'2017-03-08T10:39:49-05:00'
describe
'952836' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUJ' 'sip-files00035.tif'
9a1e12e5091a756c513a136fff446094
7513b3981355712331043d6bbd08bdcbc41b4b8a
'2017-03-08T10:46:06-05:00'
describe
'217' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUK' 'sip-files00035.txt'
d0ea0f3205c298ab4f030f188112bd48
117f8745f6b8e0935b19c9d70938f0aedd0b41d0
'2017-03-08T11:09:57-05:00'
describe
'2431' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUL' 'sip-files00035thm.jpg'
7e116794bfb1385582907c0d73507b69
17b69b63f5ec5c7f3fff707bd341814b6c9da1c4
'2017-03-08T10:56:52-05:00'
describe
'84176' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUM' 'sip-files00036.jp2'
c6515102d34ea75bc8c9942f2662f924
37e05eb75cd49135aaeb8ec130cf02e1647e39fb
'2017-03-08T10:44:18-05:00'
describe
'77664' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUN' 'sip-files00036.jpg'
1e5afae307e040b14885d7c80b0c3ad7
d9b124d849a6aaed789510a534923bbb0bda4a54
'2017-03-08T10:46:48-05:00'
describe
'34143' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUO' 'sip-files00036.pdf'
4fed30115400b5a7c7d33b203f2ddfc7
8dec9e19e4365cb3f9f39c555b5d5749da5df27d
'2017-03-08T11:05:25-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUO-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATUO-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:35-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:05:27-05:00'
normalize
'31071' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUP' 'sip-files00036.pro'
ec6e125b82a234c863979052d0774b65
fd2b9d175e681d5abdaf032587b681d7b07f2a5d
'2017-03-08T10:43:48-05:00'
describe
'25623' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUQ' 'sip-files00036.QC.jpg'
5386bb246163600a8908c00e1af7bf3e
23f3870e85079ce8f497b170103ad782ee1d5303
describe
'957404' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUR' 'sip-files00036.tif'
942f1345f64b8e3d75c19db7c7de5819
0f9e0cabc74a1f58b778886bc02e745a6d843fde
'2017-03-08T10:54:33-05:00'
describe
'1183' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUS' 'sip-files00036.txt'
3c2e9ae4bbcc4a0f6e2f0fdc415db411
d1f7b77b6f781ee250608296f8fbae3a6edf5251
'2017-03-08T11:15:30-05:00'
describe
'6895' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUT' 'sip-files00036thm.jpg'
08efe15c7cdfd8b221d68ec50aca68c6
9088311715ec75a50ca8abba01b87539b7816be6
'2017-03-08T10:51:47-05:00'
describe
'97343' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUU' 'sip-files00037.jp2'
d63934c0af9e1877436f8e05ac25c37a
f14236ab7fadcc95e5f31bd7541bc2adefd80475
'2017-03-08T10:45:42-05:00'
describe
'87348' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUV' 'sip-files00037.jpg'
fe71e8d47167c90208064baec371bc8e
41a101382c3e63896525e5d33a9f03218144939b
'2017-03-08T11:00:26-05:00'
describe
'39334' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUW' 'sip-files00037.pdf'
97fdd79402558e466af3239a284038cd
f93308c9eeaea6e5c7fad40c8bdec03be160e5eb
'2017-03-08T11:04:53-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUW-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATUW-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T11:04:55-05:00'
normalize
'37155' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUX' 'sip-files00037.pro'
f965150dc7703abf3789faea425b819c
6ad2e4e19716baba84d95f72acc87ac67da49ab4
'2017-03-08T11:15:58-05:00'
describe
'28207' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUY' 'sip-files00037.QC.jpg'
f851db419df5e392232437a277191767
e8e05a35653d092929fabf59bd9e901204185595
'2017-03-08T10:48:45-05:00'
describe
'955524' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATUZ' 'sip-files00037.tif'
e4a559d850d7548444eec01f0173b7f8
0551edc19795e652ceb5f14cdf13721541d4b0d6
'2017-03-08T11:03:46-05:00'
describe
'1403' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVA' 'sip-files00037.txt'
ba5f6b9c1df8f107ca1d4ededfe6861f
ecdec2f8146511c631122dc7d4ad513176346bbc
'2017-03-08T10:41:28-05:00'
describe
'7782' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVB' 'sip-files00037thm.jpg'
0ba661876a6196103ed33140a913460f
84bb42798daea35858dcf39866fc309ee297416b
describe
'112611' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVC' 'sip-files00038.jp2'
3b1a72a5ca4118eda67b0bbe608acbd0
864d2715aefed9b7c38aeceebf93c8a6e1f33983
'2017-03-08T11:15:20-05:00'
describe
'98861' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVD' 'sip-files00038.jpg'
a532063ca33bc6ea63c2081e5de4d5ed
8e81fa6bb2cf3d04e878489d0dc83de0caee386c
'2017-03-08T10:44:29-05:00'
describe
'45246' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVE' 'sip-files00038.pdf'
c6170918d5ad9033890a829f383478d2
dfb68d2c84d7fcedb3eceb4f1eee58f62df1ea80
'2017-03-08T10:58:58-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVE-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATVE-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:57-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:59:01-05:00'
normalize
'43400' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVF' 'sip-files00038.pro'
5aa62259ee5337245d9332f2ea91125d
21e38dfa8bcbb9faa00ec2462bd91f5d19642694
'2017-03-08T11:02:18-05:00'
describe
'31963' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVG' 'sip-files00038.QC.jpg'
e2db2b1ac71f5e9fafd1ff37bab9ab9e
c0e0126bd1a7a69832919a3633efb485dc700990
'2017-03-08T10:47:55-05:00'
describe
'975676' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVH' 'sip-files00038.tif'
3fe1e10b63ebd4f95c545ec4eee55e16
bda4e1c6ea0f38563fc5a1610eb4800edc1843a3
'2017-03-08T11:06:56-05:00'
describe
'1654' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVI' 'sip-files00038.txt'
894d843e5d25129d5d64a59c10ee4303
ef1f83fdc19196a837e3021eaf2e14b82823975d
'2017-03-08T11:03:01-05:00'
describe
'8409' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVJ' 'sip-files00038thm.jpg'
2db2ec7050a9d9160c27f5353a8dee14
831597bf5e770e2d38accc4d865fcc9b27c25fe0
'2017-03-08T11:15:10-05:00'
describe
'98014' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVK' 'sip-files00039.jp2'
447de6d8249efa86ac15c45f564db34b
9aa783ce32de2da306af8d0b02860747fe790458
describe
'86881' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVL' 'sip-files00039.jpg'
2a32b21510e7f875ee88b42eeda3ef44
ae1265a9be1cb8775ba008e9523931994b6c53f2
'2017-03-08T11:01:14-05:00'
describe
'40555' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVM' 'sip-files00039.pdf'
852c83dfa6ecc8c50072c7882dc473ec
1c6577f4d1f88f710e42a3708aa3519918784ff3
'2017-03-08T10:46:11-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVM-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATVM-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:28-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:46:13-05:00'
normalize
'37733' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVN' 'sip-files00039.pro'
7815778443ffbc7c774b9a99d67abbe2
ab133b318bf358a1cc15791321f7a91187f77b32
'2017-03-08T10:55:49-05:00'
describe
'26937' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVO' 'sip-files00039.QC.jpg'
2b9d199d782d1197b863834aa41e83e2
ce6cae9e544d98a6fd2f5390dcd219640defcd24
'2017-03-08T10:45:40-05:00'
describe
'933800' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVP' 'sip-files00039.tif'
5767904ce2083a7a025726317d25c6ba
dcd708883d7e0b2f120e75f02da4a79d7423d304
'2017-03-08T11:05:31-05:00'
describe
'1410' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVQ' 'sip-files00039.txt'
f619566284168ed53122557731df8a73
2d4bb74646791d424c1585e434b45b481042f379
'2017-03-08T11:13:27-05:00'
describe
'7791' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVR' 'sip-files00039thm.jpg'
e65e5e974e6caeee66e3c5c8bfe8bb7d
d6cf0dbbe2673ae80ec2a01b58c017d1c1f84569
'2017-03-08T10:48:17-05:00'
describe
'103955' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVS' 'sip-files00040.jp2'
dcf4740dca0bc102e7700162fd6a5231
3563aea3c307f2be1047576e80edcc7dcc72483c
'2017-03-08T10:43:52-05:00'
describe
'93075' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVT' 'sip-files00040.jpg'
6eea72395c9d33df95cac4c99fee9a40
4239bf60837b4475921fc96907a52c74c734bfd1
'2017-03-08T10:48:19-05:00'
describe
'41506' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVU' 'sip-files00040.pdf'
434eb87d7e2ced1420152a7836469c52
364b87852e071fb8641ef0095400c6516f3628a8
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVU-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATVU-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:52-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:58:54-05:00'
normalize
'39125' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVV' 'sip-files00040.pro'
f3c81d2c54ad11ada81d2e83d0f1152d
61a65928b7e9f8f37fd9104ea11e735264fc0248
'2017-03-08T10:50:51-05:00'
describe
'29856' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVW' 'sip-files00040.QC.jpg'
4fb06457dfe52389bc0e29de283a1237
d2e94cfa4ed537decaacd5b7ac69d502916c45a0
'2017-03-08T11:08:46-05:00'
describe
'923364' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVX' 'sip-files00040.tif'
8851c465f6fa4249235b845fd38a5a39
1395c558e88f0ca48999a222c6eab03661f06784
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVY' 'sip-files00040.txt'
dae93530e91f41f94b38d837433331b4
4e2f4c172e88a343536ed51fc23275eb7e9d0320
'2017-03-08T11:08:20-05:00'
describe
'8426' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATVZ' 'sip-files00040thm.jpg'
b8db73893f3cb8510ab97e3786276ed6
16550426ac1a9189002e950665ea1944c795dded
'2017-03-08T10:44:27-05:00'
describe
'104789' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWA' 'sip-files00041.jp2'
12673925f1ca5d117b60bdb3aff4ff3e
8776314100bd8de96abfb4a18329f988a372b737
'2017-03-08T10:47:24-05:00'
describe
'87817' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWB' 'sip-files00041.jpg'
2769d44baa2164b46e5813ca7bcc5f2a
948ce613ef1c98f76570c6c830a42ef2059c3d31
describe
'42120' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWC' 'sip-files00041.pdf'
a8f833e1e1023d784f574f59ab41b241
12316d2ebbeacffa4ef93703484d8aacaa245404
'2017-03-08T11:03:40-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWC-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATWC-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T11:03:43-05:00'
normalize
'35950' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWD' 'sip-files00041.pro'
9436fba1b0896581c9c41ccab1b3998a
8cb9a21eae889dde278336e392a96ac08b7d7684
'2017-03-08T10:57:45-05:00'
describe
'28485' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWE' 'sip-files00041.QC.jpg'
328f6ee2b8b3f3e46df50af15b5c018c
9a2292535e0e0b5af4af0ac2e83a7e7249c832de
'2017-03-08T10:44:33-05:00'
describe
'956728' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWF' 'sip-files00041.tif'
de723be0ef1ff03f304210bf056e297b
80806990e174f6e6898111201d90343292579d85
'2017-03-08T10:44:41-05:00'
describe
'1486' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWG' 'sip-files00041.txt'
d01348167b993ccdca8150f4f8cefae5
0da88014b00ef30745809ac75e201e548042c5ae
'2017-03-08T10:58:16-05:00'
describe
'7821' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWH' 'sip-files00041thm.jpg'
cbc510565102fe0c28e73036afa03cfb
88e07d828060f9b1af825494f1e5b7ff2718a5ee
'2017-03-08T11:14:56-05:00'
describe
'86235' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWI' 'sip-files00042.jp2'
bcdcab0d479a3409c16c60440b9999de
0fb949e3942576159d2202dee1ba37aae5cfb996
'2017-03-08T10:56:13-05:00'
describe
'77470' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWJ' 'sip-files00042.jpg'
679284a28e5bf462401cb2b443eb06fe
0cdfd85e9453b91cd027630201d873cc8d4c44db
'2017-03-08T10:45:46-05:00'
describe
'35104' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWK' 'sip-files00042.pdf'
d6fbe4c96678a264637d6c4ebee7731f
eb8de4078dbab6f4986ce0148658e4eda0ad6670
'2017-03-08T10:57:37-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWK-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATWK-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:43-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:57:39-05:00'
normalize
'32134' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWL' 'sip-files00042.pro'
6d95f02f9e1d9c9d6e5f497461669d39
738898963cd74d5f28ad96085498b8258d519a90
'2017-03-08T11:09:43-05:00'
describe
'25084' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWM' 'sip-files00042.QC.jpg'
5a5b99b0be20f9659182fb3d88e578e8
69ad31132a0dc998655cd326518e237cbb21140a
'2017-03-08T11:02:27-05:00'
describe
'922128' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWN' 'sip-files00042.tif'
157b2afe08b837003c854926d55aa0b8
5cfc0d6e9d3e1a505b222ef8a4fdbe03ced0222c
'2017-03-08T11:11:33-05:00'
describe
'1218' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWO' 'sip-files00042.txt'
1f1a469829b42208c5dd6403c5e4773b
746dee24345b5de07f122163a7df5f520d66a5d8
'2017-03-08T10:44:21-05:00'
describe
'7353' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWP' 'sip-files00042thm.jpg'
48d65cd74d87913fc7162f11dba81d2f
eb18f983c1ce6e8a9e552a1b616d507a1e9dc317
'2017-03-08T10:45:02-05:00'
describe
'121285' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWQ' 'sip-files00043.jp2'
9b881c8d751a8f70dfc004abb51acbca
c1615296f5f73a642f5f9253eee2ecd5ce7d64d7
'2017-03-08T11:07:47-05:00'
describe
'106943' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWR' 'sip-files00043.jpg'
05aa96b33f43732803be3f3796a1a431
1c3c27d8e62c5aee13847207d4a00f07d21ac720
'2017-03-08T10:50:05-05:00'
describe
'48805' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWS' 'sip-files00043.pdf'
5aefef15bbfe1de52588ba19e8ee1009
768b31738944a169731356e317a5a67089777e50
'2017-03-08T10:54:51-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWS-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATWS-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:56-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:54:54-05:00'
normalize
'46047' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWT' 'sip-files00043.pro'
7cf86d124619595e3d92f8d12498f675
b4f32a5470be822da3659de446c2b9253f125a5d
'2017-03-08T10:43:59-05:00'
describe
'34699' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWU' 'sip-files00043.QC.jpg'
41aa7fe370d55de746e3f5152c6ecd35
e0f59cd148ee9253ae829021fa7bd2fd2c0faa56
'2017-03-08T10:44:52-05:00'
describe
'918172' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWV' 'sip-files00043.tif'
9876cb3c4b2455ee2c458f86d1a8a849
152d4cc6ca7a99772dcbe5c99ea0ef0711e1ee11
'2017-03-08T10:59:19-05:00'
describe
'1796' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWW' 'sip-files00043.txt'
3d6e609bae2608d2dc9684ead72adce2
f36f57ee225e73ea60771f1391c6873a17b56241
'2017-03-08T10:40:15-05:00'
describe
'10055' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWX' 'sip-files00043thm.jpg'
f46d3e3896da57d8305e84ea5b7e0e58
33b50868c49f0f3eb42ddec65c9a5d8bc2ab3cf2
'2017-03-08T11:11:15-05:00'
describe
'85440' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWY' 'sip-files00044.jp2'
f71da3568a871a7eb79bfa48fdaba74f
1da8a89ec9d57299d5d50893279db0c87c5aa2cc
'2017-03-08T10:40:30-05:00'
describe
'77291' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATWZ' 'sip-files00044.jpg'
cee6c53af36a61f83ff7b0e53fdb0034
878712ea21f8a7c50d506f3139ccc73bd72dd9f3
'2017-03-08T10:45:49-05:00'
describe
'34820' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXA' 'sip-files00044.pdf'
aa8a788b93d4cf118d81f364dc240b59
336e87ada5689839860b5f777cefe2176dac2ffe
'2017-03-08T10:42:50-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXA-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATXA-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:40-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:42:53-05:00'
normalize
'32413' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXB' 'sip-files00044.pro'
a45a263df0d6c25dcccbf2ba1f2217b1
732e762d6cae72d10a0db78f2807de32db424fae
'2017-03-08T10:42:46-05:00'
describe
'24408' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXC' 'sip-files00044.QC.jpg'
95efbf82f10e4fec2626d43428487002
2d16278dbb7579d36cd87a02008b5de618c4d2bc
'2017-03-08T11:08:35-05:00'
describe
'922272' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXD' 'sip-files00044.tif'
5e7c138fb723b9a8143de6cba86979c3
2354e885eaac43c55b054544dd303b3fe6407f98
'2017-03-08T10:44:09-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXE' 'sip-files00044.txt'
5b9da909a5a7fa249f13d6842d7f1f3c
824f98b0466eedc6dac4a89bea01c428af632681
'2017-03-08T10:51:38-05:00'
describe
'7090' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXF' 'sip-files00044thm.jpg'
d834dd73f81ef8f975950e389357f9c6
511828f760b89ea7b6f932b09fa64facd746fd1b
'2017-03-08T10:56:22-05:00'
describe
'87405' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXG' 'sip-files00045.jp2'
450884516f3592b93ec60ab92e5577fb
53830987aff21dce08a17ee9befa79aca15e389c
'2017-03-08T11:08:42-05:00'
describe
'81868' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXH' 'sip-files00045.jpg'
a40cf382ea4d63c853f34ed8c3d3dcab
d2c3508c48053a9c4be566b638bdc97054bbb399
'2017-03-08T11:00:06-05:00'
describe
'35980' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXI' 'sip-files00045.pdf'
08512e678a4792fa1c1418899dcecfb1
0119719941f6591a4955ddf35ffedc022eadab99
'2017-03-08T10:44:11-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXI-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATXI-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:16:57-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:44:12-05:00'
normalize
'30960' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXJ' 'sip-files00045.pro'
0142666cab3bc9aecffc3a86c44adfd6
bcb3d5de0a3d11493d432b9baf1516de2397f899
'2017-03-08T10:53:15-05:00'
describe
'26587' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXK' 'sip-files00045.QC.jpg'
8e4a228a67413dcd20c4fa09c1b7a575
c4c790b4b5fb6209908c8170d5e499101b24b84a
'2017-03-08T10:57:05-05:00'
describe
'897876' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXL' 'sip-files00045.tif'
eaf5d5877ea512033be136cdfb9a043a
94eb296eb785412439006d62d6de48ec319032c2
'2017-03-08T11:03:25-05:00'
describe
'1244' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXM' 'sip-files00045.txt'
477b8bc35393990238578a32140343fe
d066a68f610c49fa624970835ef562b1cbf4fedd
'2017-03-08T11:06:50-05:00'
describe
'7477' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXN' 'sip-files00045thm.jpg'
cfd7c986d2c10fabd29c82bc6dbac8b6
89ae4ed6550f8ff74324698d391bcdc3a40b884a
'2017-03-08T11:02:33-05:00'
describe
'103039' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXO' 'sip-files00046.jp2'
26c2cc56b78bbf21dd8f3720e849dc64
7b2b6ef90fec15f357f15423a4bd7fad4dc4e210
describe
'90908' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXP' 'sip-files00046.jpg'
9f80390169ab6e8ec96f9a86aa62f23c
524d34195c5065468dc377a9f6426f2ee0dbd78d
'2017-03-08T10:52:59-05:00'
describe
'41608' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXQ' 'sip-files00046.pdf'
267c0eefca75cb6caa9ab291985075e9
46fca890c63deda1c8b56ef33bf6d9d66923a34c
'2017-03-08T11:16:42-05:00'
describe
'35577' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXQ-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATXQ-norm-0.pdf'
8cbf40949b8b639101cd4e2c803d9b62
6e3842fc6d7fb92b4cf6a2346c8099c7289050d2
'2017-03-08T11:18:20-05:00'
describe
normalize
'38389' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXR' 'sip-files00046.pro'
69a9a9e3ef17dc424d1e3c54582898f2
7b6a2721350e085a6654c3ab0147414b7cfb2d43
'2017-03-08T11:15:56-05:00'
describe
'29310' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXS' 'sip-files00046.QC.jpg'
9931bf55ae019bbbccc50a0270a79b53
f6e0b0723d302e5aea2a34c0d6cd6a858a5ebbb4
'2017-03-08T10:55:00-05:00'
describe
'927052' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXT' 'sip-files00046.tif'
6dd2041eddc823e0b7280a4e70ae46f4
eb868a110eee5de621e5ddcdd695423fdc952589
'2017-03-08T10:43:43-05:00'
describe
'1499' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXU' 'sip-files00046.txt'
70b701c697070c3a6b953d34ae80e9c4
bdeb9f1376e94cdba7b5dbab6160ae5fd46b85db
'2017-03-08T10:47:17-05:00'
describe
'8144' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXV' 'sip-files00046thm.jpg'
d55a93f514c9cf539e7b9482969d820a
3aaabf5f696faebdc958bb814627eec68bf81919
'2017-03-08T10:49:05-05:00'
describe
'68706' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXW' 'sip-files00047.jp2'
1644bf1b07628da53431e015545220cd
9d37e3e10e9d96e9cf45e4f08f18e0bac5f66707
'2017-03-08T10:46:42-05:00'
describe
'62655' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXX' 'sip-files00047.jpg'
b9bc80242453794835f11e18d49157c9
bb97ddd7905c7edb5c8548a50c16906dd5607cf0
'2017-03-08T11:11:32-05:00'
describe
'28770' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXY' 'sip-files00047.pdf'
cfd7a0cb44735aef1cf65d8c4ef87988
bf9a93ee7bb9b26ca552fb9ab331d4dc6ea52acc
'2017-03-08T11:00:08-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXY-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATXY-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:11-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:00:10-05:00'
normalize
'24732' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATXZ' 'sip-files00047.pro'
cb6eab5b780ed69102eea8e45caa3d2c
85e133f97ff18c3133b3ec6bfaa5b45b2b4cd230
describe
'20756' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYA' 'sip-files00047.QC.jpg'
5fddf6b9af43d81b42e095287e463a0a
7caa71516e231f734b4e3a4d48c475abb8ef0e1e
'2017-03-08T10:55:40-05:00'
describe
'916332' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYB' 'sip-files00047.tif'
c7cb89e7feacdd1222b8dc54c0d428e9
ab5adec928463a253f920025b803c01bccc0ab7d
describe
'979' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYC' 'sip-files00047.txt'
6f0d7e37fecd1b093b875d02dd1d2c4b
a71b5f153aef91fa61f2719d877c7777eddabce9
'2017-03-08T10:56:00-05:00'
describe
'5943' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYD' 'sip-files00047thm.jpg'
d865c3c4165923402e0c69405791dbb0
167641be15b03b007ba5973266b1238f44134b84
describe
'72887' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYE' 'sip-files00048.jp2'
aca1d3072bdeaf9fc29cfddddc956433
2f2c6253d7058f528e40311f5374f3bf2f3601f6
'2017-03-08T11:11:03-05:00'
describe
'68092' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYF' 'sip-files00048.jpg'
46fa6bc570a1168a4fc6b925846edd68
b6d0e8baf5c8ab13d2b3bcfe7a8df598f362ddac
'2017-03-08T11:00:54-05:00'
describe
'30540' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYG' 'sip-files00048.pdf'
d84a4ee675fb400876e90b19f454e39d
a6f99fade4d8ccb20b7c562bf187ccb147fa6380
'2017-03-08T10:44:53-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYG-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATYG-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T10:44:54-05:00'
normalize
'26608' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYH' 'sip-files00048.pro'
ee0e8d87fadeaab0e249d4a55559b4f0
369b081bb6dafa72fed9b45abcd87879c25377c4
'2017-03-08T10:44:01-05:00'
describe
'21927' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYI' 'sip-files00048.QC.jpg'
d4d61b4385227a8fec0420af667e5e3b
2edbee9f22c17b84d2869106d0778b3454c52341
describe
'923572' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYJ' 'sip-files00048.tif'
374cb87769e9be9906d9f4eae3e1b4e7
9bf37a450553930f7a75a82a24fa542b6b853709
'2017-03-08T11:03:18-05:00'
describe
'1032' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYK' 'sip-files00048.txt'
f5c5b28df68a4b64500cac217bf8ae83
947322c70277c16408a244244800e9b2cb7aa060
'2017-03-08T10:46:28-05:00'
describe
'6141' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYL' 'sip-files00048thm.jpg'
a8e7b45d11831b6ad537d7debe9f8e02
87c8e78b811f9916f4b95da3cbed11bfcd2b74e4
'2017-03-08T10:50:36-05:00'
describe
'75343' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYM' 'sip-files00049.jp2'
67e3ea6af6ecd4ef1f91a9d943738119
33c67c96b2aefc271fd6fa638c9b59bbd09d034d
describe
'69767' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYN' 'sip-files00049.jpg'
0357bb995c09f8a2814ca222540b55d1
586e460fb125a6c52f6f1b58e60cc1a37fc4a743
'2017-03-08T11:14:41-05:00'
describe
'31230' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYO' 'sip-files00049.pdf'
8a910f140a3c394b3b3c37064dc8c6f4
ea383a59c4ea24f316b934535e52b12bd07d3305
'2017-03-08T10:42:41-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYO-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATYO-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:18:09-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:42:43-05:00'
normalize
'27637' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYP' 'sip-files00049.pro'
aba0c58d770ae63b3d9369886bc11721
f68751bde330405e8318e3ff33ab28863a02679a
'2017-03-08T11:02:36-05:00'
describe
'21671' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYQ' 'sip-files00049.QC.jpg'
1f3c780a3a0b715a33bf2d74a4ff31e5
2de4116dc4a1a62f1740b594de0c9515d607dd96
'2017-03-08T11:15:52-05:00'
describe
'923492' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYR' 'sip-files00049.tif'
fc088d79d1e4dc3fa202b90b9f0b8325
c2d94179c30480166775c38958fd6a73658994da
'2017-03-08T11:12:47-05:00'
describe
'1067' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYS' 'sip-files00049.txt'
4b0d250595943d44b8763e6afb23d726
4fa7450bf8d5f4ca79d67d4da185596962a8ab35
describe
'6450' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYT' 'sip-files00049thm.jpg'
bc62aec04032eefeafb809283ee8ae22
ccfaa161d5b1a9cde371d2fd58e2b21b89a09dae
describe
'92634' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYU' 'sip-files00050.jp2'
1b41aecd5072adf186f6509845c79f82
4765b20ed0ffaa0bf1d7441c300d2a3548356563
'2017-03-08T11:09:03-05:00'
describe
'81710' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYV' 'sip-files00050.jpg'
762ac8e143d1055e8aad5213f5488f8c
8364611dd1d346189107614d3030ee4fcaf4afbd
'2017-03-08T11:05:48-05:00'
describe
'38017' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYW' 'sip-files00050.pdf'
f9f0af93892d5122939d635f98d7e2f8
6a8967a2385a2a4e748cc96ff55df54d1379d2e5
'2017-03-08T10:47:59-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYW-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATYW-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T10:48:00-05:00'
normalize
'34889' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYX' 'sip-files00050.pro'
35fc39257184012d773f78b49a0b3de7
0ab1da97fbd4df8ee92bca4614fbf1b8b62bf0d0
'2017-03-08T10:45:47-05:00'
describe
'24882' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYY' 'sip-files00050.QC.jpg'
73e99037c03913eef3a80bc076b01065
2c0f87e0ea5b1a76941079236df2232258b628a0
'2017-03-08T10:57:36-05:00'
describe
'947168' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATYZ' 'sip-files00050.tif'
6b75586904619a6cb1cb4c26f9325780
252ca979ffaf3b01152e32bcbff7c90ff9282722
describe
'1331' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZA' 'sip-files00050.txt'
dc0883494460d0c7d831c7dfee6e4145
0489df9493f5f149543ef07bb892fdaacb66991b
'2017-03-08T11:00:31-05:00'
describe
'7179' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZB' 'sip-files00050thm.jpg'
d343378254788bb3b1ef1a39c9579245
7a101313181f53c73dc81485eb2127018d26cd72
'2017-03-08T10:51:22-05:00'
describe
'76813' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZC' 'sip-files00051.jp2'
766bcb6c693a9d9e7abc5357ab4217d7
808f5992928896215b9f706e2e849a11cf2f4ea5
'2017-03-08T10:43:51-05:00'
describe
'73386' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZD' 'sip-files00051.jpg'
0db78912b7869c9390d3f8eab3c844fb
33449edeacafa899d82fea19b7de42d161911d4c
'2017-03-08T10:48:48-05:00'
describe
'31796' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZE' 'sip-files00051.pdf'
ae258d480a40619be27d362ac966ba6d
232f89eca5e50121e88c7b59a34babcfa995bdb0
'2017-03-08T11:14:14-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZE-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATZE-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:36-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:14:16-05:00'
normalize
'28861' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZF' 'sip-files00051.pro'
5d00090ea3592a1a428a556cbb596231
16dce8e65b718d70b6f65bc15bc668c31405fc56
'2017-03-08T11:06:14-05:00'
describe
'23601' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZG' 'sip-files00051.QC.jpg'
a4f42485eba0463dde68f44b1076bb9e
e2654ee20e08c066101da758ec7049c52b10b943
describe
'905132' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZH' 'sip-files00051.tif'
c692722ca249b7ab1cec94abdccf00c1
7adf76cc3f15c0ffbaed6fad0fb93ff7ff2f8f1f
describe
'1114' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZI' 'sip-files00051.txt'
baa54a2b744c078f5323165cb5a7013f
c9fc75140493f0cd693767d4717d0b4b81585991
'2017-03-08T11:06:49-05:00'
describe
'6557' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZJ' 'sip-files00051thm.jpg'
4b02fe77ba64e0864d3ceeaae260b083
9580fea15578971ab91b6c9e1fb53563016556ff
'2017-03-08T10:57:16-05:00'
describe
'80340' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZK' 'sip-files00052.jp2'
88a913d529588c1d78c24c1b39931e91
dea5f6ce996211c3eee37508cdaabb3fda79080e
'2017-03-08T11:11:40-05:00'
describe
'72402' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZL' 'sip-files00052.jpg'
fae059890551c22b14a1322173237082
9469fd4f28b90de6ca353db61dc7f539dd81d7de
'2017-03-08T10:53:53-05:00'
describe
'33301' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZM' 'sip-files00052.pdf'
dc7c3a33299db154999038c73dfad0bf
dedb5aebad083f235dba72a41c26dbedd13a665f
'2017-03-08T10:55:05-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZM-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATZM-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:21-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:55:07-05:00'
normalize
'29667' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZN' 'sip-files00052.pro'
e971bf59ba20a9da39de4c4d0251b48c
7d765f09fa0c02210754dbabe881e68dfacd987e
'2017-03-08T10:57:44-05:00'
describe
'23506' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZO' 'sip-files00052.QC.jpg'
ebe96dec2bcdc278ae92b65b3ae4d152
1df742dfe82957c44ce70a2b066ce35ce9c35b67
'2017-03-08T11:09:59-05:00'
describe
'928824' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZP' 'sip-files00052.tif'
e0974715dd958acc742151e68bb4ce67
19011783888628315c0233cd36068aa73ebcfa61
'2017-03-08T11:03:39-05:00'
describe
'1146' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZQ' 'sip-files00052.txt'
d04d1619cd76859c7b6069f5e9c08fef
9530d61fd334d3c377a69ff28843522bd75236f5
'2017-03-08T10:59:18-05:00'
describe
'6387' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZR' 'sip-files00052thm.jpg'
d988265fe7deed8a49c9bb33c4ed02b7
092a60b3422667f6afba9f544179d6663459ec06
describe
'71696' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZS' 'sip-files00053.jp2'
2486e458310e06c5ebd1a04beca6e179
5e7db27495f90b1bb1959e06c47486a3cb781259
describe
'67704' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZT' 'sip-files00053.jpg'
39906216cb7aa51b0083bf89d30a3df1
c282bcb8b0f6843eb7df1a0c385b719a28ed0c15
'2017-03-08T10:57:56-05:00'
describe
'30004' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZU' 'sip-files00053.pdf'
b599cbed7d5148c111f0377565f05173
61c58f9d8cd5c5db03e4b292fdb375b8a9481dc3
'2017-03-08T10:47:52-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZU-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAATZU-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T10:47:54-05:00'
normalize
'26146' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZV' 'sip-files00053.pro'
83a0e6118a951a73ef4c54b5f13b46c3
aa6da6c3bb2699b0d6b842a934de05a57c216c87
'2017-03-08T11:08:49-05:00'
describe
'22181' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZW' 'sip-files00053.QC.jpg'
8014c43b0f320e0b514c73afb35d1fb9
f9fc456b6307d37c39901bc492a172287a9a46f8
describe
'904664' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZX' 'sip-files00053.tif'
5a47ca2df370629c8a39e34df6de6d8c
e83fdf8116c1d37c4dfc010e2f2b9dd174499b60
'2017-03-08T10:46:02-05:00'
describe
'1021' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZY' 'sip-files00053.txt'
4819223d2afb90911cbf8947c272ecc5
fc2eb63faf2a8420b580d7c918c5207691caa02b
'2017-03-08T11:15:57-05:00'
describe
'6354' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAATZZ' 'sip-files00053thm.jpg'
43882efbf258fbc6f573c9d7a8b45118
48ce2acaff8ac572886a8e46ef6b08fbb44a2750
'2017-03-08T10:55:31-05:00'
describe
'76294' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAA' 'sip-files00054.jp2'
2eda779332c34f298e27868b1edd7776
a4f1a0ca05fff1b4e952e23c6bc2c22a20c0905f
'2017-03-08T10:55:09-05:00'
describe
'70222' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAB' 'sip-files00054.jpg'
e7bdbc6a3e4a7393507f78155c59f4b4
417c78097284446a432140df1d6c8825b4e5879e
describe
'31815' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAC' 'sip-files00054.pdf'
990aca9c5af9d2c31c611c15c1842e2a
4018b65888480c15eb23f2d6c68cd7622af98e73
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAC-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAAUAC-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:19:58-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:54:45-05:00'
normalize
'28294' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAD' 'sip-files00054.pro'
1e5e4432beca1f7fb28758d0b18a83f9
16fc384cc7a9d517e273fa5bb50848b9e6be5c1e
describe
'22921' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAE' 'sip-files00054.QC.jpg'
8d33f14484975159fd11a3e4827c7b18
e53917f20d7668ec1c464670ca7cfdad430f50c6
'2017-03-08T10:59:03-05:00'
describe
'930188' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAF' 'sip-files00054.tif'
749d98321dc62df0f9bac06a4ab147b9
5acb2ab392e83ecb36df83757ae0a6b52485bd3b
'2017-03-08T10:56:42-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAG' 'sip-files00054.txt'
070f860c24a5f67cfc1c8e6f4118d024
5dc29343c082b80082566ecc8af62b76d6a58eae
'2017-03-08T10:45:33-05:00'
describe
'6375' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAH' 'sip-files00054thm.jpg'
01a0954405bbbed5c71dc70b081606d0
a235f211cc90ccb2375f409c46ed821d7d973cee
'2017-03-08T11:01:22-05:00'
describe
'86028' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAI' 'sip-files00055.jp2'
702b4818e9f81bd2f085aff097c747a4
39eb074f51a94df982a31a1f53176eee4c15d583
'2017-03-08T11:03:15-05:00'
describe
'78457' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAJ' 'sip-files00055.jpg'
5a9373ec1b024c3ebf85044bce51880c
026fd050a48bdfb27d1205b59503cef2c72e4f5e
'2017-03-08T10:48:41-05:00'
describe
'35998' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAK' 'sip-files00055.pdf'
43310135a1e3c86c4d0e795d10cde1ef
a0916474ff84a2c5e21a2beb37e7b46ad32a742c
'2017-03-08T10:42:34-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAK-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAAUAK-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:16:58-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:42:36-05:00'
normalize
'32443' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAL' 'sip-files00055.pro'
559f98b70ec3eef9d7a45a88683ebf93
f19c0f5d831319f147d611ed76aebc51d8b0b9fd
'2017-03-08T11:14:19-05:00'
describe
'24951' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAM' 'sip-files00055.QC.jpg'
0029762506485c35175798802967640e
8d0189a747526ceb70d547343f8f3eb21d33c313
describe
'925480' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAN' 'sip-files00055.tif'
2543a90d4ec4ecfb042e1499b61de38f
ac331f47c05adb28b7f724cc746171f79e27d61c
'2017-03-08T11:06:31-05:00'
describe
'1272' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAO' 'sip-files00055.txt'
1a13030f7ebdcb4e4fcbebfa417b2247
6e657c00fba86926c845fafbb6850973df6789d7
'2017-03-08T10:58:23-05:00'
describe
'6879' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAP' 'sip-files00055thm.jpg'
f8b42c126bfed0ee36cc54e0b6fd6fb9
9c5829a3464dfe0e8b2f4e2dea86935b007eabac
'2017-03-08T10:52:36-05:00'
describe
'74363' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAQ' 'sip-files00056.jp2'
a94707bb7b6e3dd8f0746aeceb8143c9
91217c0c0e92be3a92d167b1ec2aa38210b2db1a
describe
'72027' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAR' 'sip-files00056.jpg'
ba6e25a5d78822607a9412157de04341
a41d34ba763c3ac371294602fa7bf85de5ee79a5
'2017-03-08T10:47:42-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAS' 'sip-files00056.pdf'
b6b5d24adba48ffc7666a7f178d62da4
d402db88b766292602c5e98b0154575dc54248be
'2017-03-08T10:46:23-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAS-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAAUAS-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:19-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T10:46:25-05:00'
normalize
'28169' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAT' 'sip-files00056.pro'
d8a3d2babccca436b6d57d9defe82392
cb4b0f09fca20a929f2014c5474ce0c5d3750e24
describe
'23341' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAU' 'sip-files00056.QC.jpg'
c2e72c2fa6a00b3dd319b1eda918d023
7607046b15034eb90aa051d192ca26ba1f1688aa
describe
'913476' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAV' 'sip-files00056.tif'
3c5e109daf640c820fbb7ced1469fa9e
290a92de5d66a9ae6cabaa5fd83b1811d9f3955a
'2017-03-08T11:03:28-05:00'
describe
'1105' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAW' 'sip-files00056.txt'
e3dff54a96a0b09347e5f186557fc9fb
f490128a7e8e2b9a2fc6a46abb4375a362830c84
'2017-03-08T10:56:56-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAX' 'sip-files00056thm.jpg'
ca39add953cc7ca4e3c097a546a22b73
cb056d2e4ccf6524637227921c29d9cabfbddcbb
describe
'71853' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAY' 'sip-files00057.jp2'
80e8d72f9eb92b89643c32d781b516e2
9a8177649a84dac8918316dfe5fac00392fc09ca
'2017-03-08T11:02:45-05:00'
describe
'65300' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUAZ' 'sip-files00057.jpg'
5f118182dfd81dc29051b5d69616b2c2
2048e8ef1f2147e5de110f399af07975eedbe13b
'2017-03-08T10:41:56-05:00'
describe
'29994' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBA' 'sip-files00057.pdf'
c53e24a78baf017559b5a8458ca3c969
0b22fc5d2bc9817413ffe3580b8f42fb0dcc59ae
'2017-03-08T10:40:49-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBA-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAAUBA-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
describe
'2017-03-08T10:40:51-05:00'
normalize
'26525' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBB' 'sip-files00057.pro'
7cf1dedb5732fd5f0da33cf87c5fdf50
59be8103b1429ff95b9663c58eb6c28a20dec3ec
'2017-03-08T10:53:38-05:00'
describe
'21404' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBC' 'sip-files00057.QC.jpg'
f89755207aa8ceba6bc162f8ee495475
11b4d1c40200125f67693bc1134771627fca0f1b
'2017-03-08T10:51:55-05:00'
describe
'942276' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBD' 'sip-files00057.tif'
dbe99b209c3aba134fa8ebe8f7880599
807a2b5b56ae789de98ca721e7aa21386fe3d6ba
'2017-03-08T11:13:03-05:00'
describe
'1056' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBE' 'sip-files00057.txt'
b485d56ffb3fa59be2ff1f6d1391ae72
4042b79f00c7a48a7cb3d11059b63fb1aba6abe3
'2017-03-08T10:54:55-05:00'
describe
'5888' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBF' 'sip-files00057thm.jpg'
6663de6bab25596f16eb141478ab3bec
1528ae66f607067cef89d3ac61609a17ba6b66c8
'2017-03-08T10:43:50-05:00'
describe
'58644' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBG' 'sip-files00058.jp2'
fa1855cf2d4879e01fedced92511ef96
9181182b67e488403d1be67ea24d89fcd2c609a2
describe
'55637' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBH' 'sip-files00058.jpg'
49a42369b59202a091651806a2fbdbbb
e8bbfcb092df08a51f7023d5d5292d06fdb0d371
'2017-03-08T10:52:35-05:00'
describe
'24736' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBI' 'sip-files00058.pdf'
dc3989afbf33861d09529c657f0b4639
701ac7aefe16d8f1a6dce7a3a6696e4f7ee9874a
'2017-03-08T11:12:15-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBI-norm-0' 'aip-filesF20080623_AAAUBI-norm-0.pdf'
de62cdfa9bb6188142d298c908825670
ea975f6aaf6cd85812e4481abb46ffd5f9cb26fa
'2017-03-08T11:17:42-05:00'
describe
'2017-03-08T11:12:18-05:00'
normalize
'20560' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBJ' 'sip-files00058.pro'
cfab09a193eb6875861dfd92e347c836
6b41ffd95ccb756d90bf3c18197936e34e06ee8c
'2017-03-08T10:53:20-05:00'
describe
'17185' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBK' 'sip-files00058.QC.jpg'
8458e824c92792e7b77684d5c9a03e05
9648cb29f96ee87de7891ec11b5f9624a0780074
'2017-03-08T11:01:45-05:00'
describe
'931828' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBL' 'sip-files00058.tif'
87043bf89159c0ed7cc4191f526cce71
82e3d7b3c48465943641684d8451c686e0dc1f17
describe
'805' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBM' 'sip-files00058.txt'
c41b2eeb1eb8e15b05814379a27e891b
2c7beb91aa0b6233728984f258de34f9fa74d32d
'2017-03-08T11:01:46-05:00'
describe
'5091' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBN' 'sip-files00058thm.jpg'
b9eebe8d7756174e1a4fee5b426b966d
72592ce74d3c619f0c9b458ce3c044db08f26378
'2017-03-08T10:56:06-05:00'
describe
'70154' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBO' 'sip-files00059.jp2'
652f4bfa446caab3d763addb25ea4454
6962fa31d550ab9e91e652679c677ab45abfa4b7
describe
'65909' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBP' 'sip-files00059.jpg'
ccdb755123bd9c21017442bd8c866d1d
fda4b124b4b3cc7ab81952328c2e5b0934eb294d
describe
'29318' 'info:fdaE20080623_AAAACJfileF20080623_AAAUBQ' 'sip-files00059.pdf'
6b6decc7a97e34f9748762f6a229f844
1ddf6b64cafa3e0af73924a8ff5bb90aa89