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Summary of the geology of Florida and a guidebook to the classic exposures

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Title:
Summary of the geology of Florida and a guidebook to the classic exposures
Series Title:
Special publication no.5, rev
Creator:
Puri, Harbans Singh
Vernon, Robert O ( Robert Orion ), 1912- ( joint author )
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee
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State of Florida, State Board of Conservation, Division of Conservation, Division of Geology, Florida Geological Survey
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English
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Rev.
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ix, 312 p. : ill., maps (part fold. in pocket) ; 23cm.

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Geology -- Florida ( lcsh )
City of Vernon ( local )
Caloosahatchee River ( local )
City of Tampa ( local )
City of Marianna ( local )
Suwannee River, FL ( local )
City of Ocala ( local )
Limestones ( jstor )
Highways ( jstor )
Marl ( jstor )
Geology ( jstor )
State highways ( jstor )
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bibliography ( marcgt )
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Bibliography:
Bibliography: p. 293-305.
General Note:
Includes index.
Statement of Responsibility:
by Harbans S. Puri and Robert O. Vernon.

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University of Florida
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Special Pub 5 Revised Pocket Maps
Figure 1 Generalized geologic cross sections through Florida Figure 5 Physiographic map of West Florida Figure 6 Physiographic map of North Peninsular Florida Figure 7 Physiographic map of South Peninsular Florida Figure 24 Thomas Farm "Dig", Gilchrist County, Florida (April 1956) Figure 31 Geologic cross-section along the Caloosahatchee River from Moore Haven and LaBelle Figure 32 Geologic cross-section along the Caloosahatchee River from LaBelle to Olga Figure 33 Correlation of stratigraphic sections along the Alligator Creek Figure 36 Correlation of the stratigraphic sections along the Shell Creek Plate 1 Preliminary age determination of the Paleozoic rocks in test wells in Florida and
adjacent areas of Georgia and Alabama Plate 2a Geologic map of West Florida Plate 2b Geologic map of North Peninsular Florida Plate 2c Geologic map of South Peninsular Florida Plate 3 Panel diagram of the post-Avon Park rocks in the Florida Panhandle Plate 4 Panel diagram of the post-Avon Park rocks in central and northern Florida Plate 5 Panel diagram of the post-Avon Park rocks in central Florida Plate 6 Panel diagram of the post-Avon Park rocks in southern Florida Plate 7 Panel diagram of the Miocene rocks in the Florida Panhandle Plate 8 Correlation of stratigraphic sections along the Caloosahatchee River Plate 9 Map of the Florida Panhandle showing route, road log, and scheduled stops Plate 10 Map of the northern and central Peninsula showing route, road log, and scheduled stops Plate 11 Map of southern Florida showing route, road log, and scheduled stops




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APPROX. SCALE
Figure 1. Generalized Geologic Cross Sections through Florida.




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414
AS-303 THOMAS FARM WELL B.PATTERSON'S SECTION Porohippus ZONE DRAIN DUMP,
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Figure 24. Thomas Farm "Dig", Gilchrist County, Florida (April, 1956).




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FIG.32 LABELLE Caloosahatchee River
W-6809
DW-6808 W6810 1 0.5 0 1 2 3MILES W-6808 W-6810 W-6807 W-6811
APPROX.SCALE W-6806 W-6805 Moore Haven
W-6804 e
W-6784 W-6801 W-6779 W-6783 W-6788 W-6789 W-6193 W-6797 W-6802 W'6778 W-6782 W-6787 W-6790 W-6194 W-6798 W-6803
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Figure 31. Geologic cross-section along the Caloosahatchee River from Moore Haven and LaBel le,
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Figure 31. Geologic cross-section along the Caloosahatchee River from Moore Haven and LaBelle.




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Figure nnne 32eloieross-section along the Caloosahatchee River from LaBelle to Olga.
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Figure 32. Geologic cross-section along the Caloosahatchee River from LaBelle to Olga.




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CONCRETIONARY LIMESTONE (DATA FROM DuBor, 1962)
Figure 33o Correlation of stratigraphic sections along the Alligator Creek.




PLEISTOCENEL
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FORT THOMPSON FORMATION
______CUNKS ONSANDS, WHITE, TAN, YELLOW-BROWN UNIT ff] SONI
CALOOSAATCHEE FORMATION(DATA FROM DuBr,1962)
Fiure 36 Correlation of the stratiraphic sections alon the Shell CreekN UNIT F SANDY MARL ~~
UNIT F-]SANDY LIMESTONE
UNIT []SANDY MARL
UNIT F]LIMESTONE I. 3
UNIT F-A LIMESTONE BRECCIA 0_______MIOCENE 1 1/2 0
TAMIAMI FORMATION
CALCAREOUS CLAY (DATA FROM DuBar, 1962)
Figure 36. Correlation of the stratigraphic sections along the Shell Creek.




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A/ R i K. E R- ." ....
" .27 ..PROBABLE AGE
A28 (]UNKNOWN
MIDDLE DEVONIAN (MARINE) S 53 72 (C MIDDLE(?)EVONIAN(TERRESTRIAL)
4. 67 (. 3 DEVONIAN OR SILURIAN L I ST OF W ELLS .............. ,,
..LIST 0.F W EL.LS /..(7 D MIDDLE OR LATE SILURIAN FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WELL NUMBER IN PARENTHESES ..... 77.....AE/LR
1 9 "< -:", '.! foN ]........ } ..... .. ," SILURIAN
5-OIL DEV.,ARNOLD NO.1 (W-2751 57-HUMBLEHENDERSON NO.1 IW-1696) ., DILURIA39N
6-HUMBLE,CARROLL NO.1 (W-1014) 58-SUN,CRAPPS NO.1 IW-968) 2 MIDDLE OR LATE ORDOVICIAN
7-SUN,POWELL LAND NO.1(W-11181 59-COASTAL, RAGLAND NO.1 W-1537)1/--- "EORLT/RVA
19-HUMBLE,CAMPBELL NO.1 (W-1473) 60-HUMBLE, ROBINSON NO.1 IW-20121 54 3 1 40 MIDDLE OROVICIAN
22-HUMBLE, JAMESON NO.1IW-1005) 61-SUN,GOETHE NO.1 (W-1007) 11 EARL
23-SUN,CAMP NO.1 IW-1482) 62-HUNT,GIBSON NO.2( W-1596) 43 @103 (EARLYORDOVICIAN
24-HUMBLE,HAYMAN NO.1IW-1411) 63-HUNT,GIBSON NO.41W-1598) 45 "DIABASE"(POST-PALEOZOIC,PROBABLY
25-SUN,WESTBURY NO.1 (W-1838) 64-COSDEN,LAWSON NO.1(W-901) 83 56 0 41 4" TRIASSIC)
26-GRACE, RETAIL LUMBER NO.1 IW-1746) 65-OCALA,CLARK-RAY-JOHNSON NO.1IW-181 55 6g 40
27-SUN,DOSTER-LADSON NO.1 (W-887) 66-SUN,PARKER NO.1 (W-1904) '58
28-CALIFORNIA, BLUE NO.11 W-1732) 67-STMARYS RIVER,HILLIARD TURP.NO.11W-336) 4 51 637
30-UNION, KIRKLAND NO.1(W-1925) 68-SUN and SEABOARD, ROBERTS NO.11 W-1514) 4 68
36-TIDEWATER,CATO NO.1 (W-1465) 69-SUN,ODOM NO.1 IW-1450) ,5
37-TIDEWATER, PARKER NO.1 (W-1486) 70-SUN,RUSSELL NO.1 IW-1924) 50
38-TIDEWATER,PFFER NO.1 (W-1472) 71-SUNTILLIS NO.1 IW-1548)
39-HUNT,HUNT NO.1 IW-15001 72-HUNT,MUSGROVE NO.1(WGI-541) 4
40-TIDEWATER,WIGGINS NO.1 (W-14661 73-MONT WARREN,CHANDLER NO.I (W-715)
41-HUMBLE,FOREMOST PROPERTIES NO.1 (W-15901 74-HUMBLE,BENNETT-LANGSDALE NO.1 IW-2110) 64 2
42-HUMBLE,CONE NO.1 (W-17891 75-HUNT,SUPERIOR PINE NO.1 1W-1630)
43-SUN,BISHOP NO.1 (W-1981) 76-HUNT,SUPERIOR PINE NO.2(W-1599) 61 66
44-SUN,JOHNSON NO.1 W-19151 77-HUNT,SUPERIOR PINE NO.3( W-1600) 5 65
45-SUN,FLOYD NO.1 W-19231 78-HUNT. SUPERIOR PINE NO.4 (W-2109) O 2 3A
46-SUN, SAPP NO.IA (W-1832) 81-GULF,BROOKS-SCANLON BLOCK 33,NO.I (W-2106) 47-STANOLIND, PERPETUAL FOREST NO.11IW-1114) 82-GULF,BROOKS-SCANLON BLOCK 42,NO.11W-20991
48-SUN,CRAPPS"A" NO.1 (W-18631 83-HUMBLE,HODGES NO.I W-18771
49-SUN, LANGSTON NO.I (W-1405) 87-STANOLIND, PULLEN NO.1 (W-860J
50-SUN, ADAMS NO.1 ( W-10031 100-SUN, BARLOW NO.1 I W-17571
51-SUN,WILLIAMS BROS. NO.1 IW-18191 101-GULF, BROOKS-SCANLON BLOCK 37, NO.1 IW-2161)
52-OHIO, HERNASCO NO.1 W-9941 102-GULF, KIE VINING NO.1 (W-2164)
53-HUMBLE,TINDEL NO.1 (W-1886) 103-NATIONAL TURP. and PULPWOOD,FEE NO.11 W-2187) .
54-COASTAL, LARSH NO.1 (W-1854I 104-DU PONT de NEMOURS, HIGHLANDS PLANT,WASTE WELL NO.1 (W-6299) 52
55-COASTAL, SAPP NO.1 I W-1866) 5
56-GULF, BROOKS-SCAN LON BLOCK 49 NO.1 (W-2000)
L I T H 0 L 0 G Y crystainerocks sc
C SHALE, Black (1) SANDSTONE,White locally red QUARTZITE,Yellow,white and red q Well bottomedinTriassic(?)
:ediments
OSANDSTONE,Gray,quartziteandshale, ) SANDSTONEandSHALE, Redandgray, ( Well,yielding fossils 22
dark gray to black, micaceous silty fine-grained Z _X4
PRELIMINARY AGE DETERMINATIONS OF THE PALEOZOIC ROCKS IN TEST WELLS IN FLORIDA
AND ADJACENT AREAS OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA
After BRIDGE and BERDAN, 1952;with later unpublished modifications by J.M.BERDAN and J.A.SCHOPF,1960




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HOLMS JA
CHRTN V ALTON o
CALHOUN .e.
SERI ES STAGE FORMATION a MEMBER ...
REENYEVLLOWVER MRIoNE AND ApLERTY and ESTUARINE TERRACE DEPOSITS i}
PLEISTOCENE LAKE FLIRT MARL ANASTASIA FORMATION
MIAMI OOUTE N PLE!STOCENE KE LAR GOL A I G UL F
FORT THOMPSON FORMAT ON A E T C........-..- FO 4 -T of ........ F R A N K L I
CALOOSAHATCH FORMAT ON ? PLIO PLEISTOCENE CITRONELFOMTN
JAC KSON 8BL UFF form t aon RED BAY formation -_ I........ Apata l
YELLOW RIVER formation
TAMIAM FORMATION \
MIOCENE SONEVALLEY FORMATION DI XE ALACHUA FORMATION FORT PRESTON formal one iccosukc HAWTHORN FORMATION
SHOAL RIVER FORMATION
-- ----- ------- .- -.0
ALM BLUFF CHIPOLA FORMATION
ST.MARKS FORMATION
TAMPA ----------CHATTAHOOCHEE FORMATION GEOLOGIC MAP OF FLORIDA SUWANNEE FORMATION MAP OF FLORID c-OLIGOCENE DC C-fUcH beds Compiled BYRAM. FORMATION by
____MARIANNA LIMESTONE
MARIANNA LIMESTONE H. S. Puri and R. 0. Vernon, 1964 5 CRYSTAL RIVER FORMATION
EOENE JACKSON WILLSTON FORMATION
___________________(Data from Cooke and Mossorn, ,1029; Cooke, 1945; Vernon, 1942, 1951; Moore, OLA~BO AVON PARK L1MESTONE 1955; Parker et. aL, 1955; 8ergendahl, 1956; Ketner and McGreevy, 1959; Espenshade and Spencer, 1963; Hendry, 1964; Gremillion, 1964; and Yon, 1964.)




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GEOLOGIC MA OF FLORIDA
Corn ed
Su, .i a,:nd Veron SERIES STAGE FORMATION & MEMBER
R S5 Pu and~ 7 Vernon, 1964 _______RECENT SEVERAL LOWER MARINE AND (Dota from Cooke cod MorsrscOm 929; ak 945; Vercon, 1942, EST51,ETERAC DE
955; rker e. .9, 1955; crgrrc 1, 1956; Keter d MSTUARINETERRACEDEPOSTS
5Per rns .o ad Sp r, er, 96, iry, 1964 re 5 64; PLEISTOCENE
D~E Ln wAmeO TIMESTON PLE!STOCENE KEYARGC .-STNE CALOOSAHATCHEE FORMAT ON
NASSAU-PLIO-PLEISTOCENE REFORM N
N ~ AS A> U.-f~ forM.04~OdOIr
-I ......... C'S K Irm come Fteon O N IC SO f.RdA ,0.
/ V r. 4 ~ (Jorrm o 5o r vIVA
C); YF 3wi~rr RIV Rn o
SL MIOCENE I c~~l~MiI1OCENE 'COLUMBIA DUVAL
-0 BAKER
7' I ~~~~~ ST. JOHNS TMA A~vl)'ff O11
SCLAY
i -;i-,,CA~ LUF ..................... ....
IO N --', r-"R4 YI-. 1--r -. -.. .. ...
... N JA GCSON N FRM4ATON / J HN A'N A RF FO0RMATION
CLAY CLAIBORNE V E FRACTION
co ~PUTNAM'
-., FL-AGLER
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CLION AVNP KtjIS' N
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OSCEOLA.
N IAN R
IMI\1 q*" OKEECHOBEE
% ST. L HIGHLANDS \
4Lke Ok eechoV
Naples
SERIES S E FORMATION 8 MEMBER
RECE NT SEVERAL LOWER MARINE AND
an'd ESTUARINE TERRACE DEPOSITS
P L E I S T O C E N E .. . ... . ... . .... ... ..... . .. . .. .. .. .... . ... . .
M AMI OOLITEbe
PLESTCEE EY LARLIETOmi
S CALOOSAHATCHEE FORMAT ON
? PLO P~ OCENE c TRONELLE FORM #.oN CALO"FORMATION
RED BAY formahlon
YELLOW RIVER formation pTAM AMI FORMATf ON
00,,
HAALACHUA FORMA !ON w, ?wI
LUMOLUFF CIiEL FORMAON OTAMPA
* -PO, 9OMA, W,,G ST, MARS FORMTION
CHASERIES STAGE FORMATION MEMBER
ESUWRANNEE FOR M ACTION
and ESTUARINE TERRACE DEPOSITS
PLEISTOCENE uncLAKE FLIRT MARLbeds
PLEIMARANNA LIMESTONE
CRYSTAL RVER FORMATION EOCENE TA wiuSON FORMATION
INGLS FORMATION
OPLIG111-OCENE CITRANLL FORMATION MARIANNA IIrmotO
'CHRtL RIV&FORMATIO
JACKS JAKO ILSON 9LFfor MOTION' ALLY FORMATION
NE AVON PARK LIMETNE
Compiled
Key West by H. S Puri and R. O Vernon, 1964 (Data from Cooke and Mossom, 1929; Cooke, 1945; Vernon, 1942, 1951; Moore, 1955; Parker et, al, 1955; Bergendahl, 1956; Ketner and McGreevy, 1959,
Espenshade and Spencer, 1963; Hendry, 1964 Gremilon, 1964; and Yn, 1964.)




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88*00' 87o30 87-00' 86030 86000 85*30 8500 84030
1 I I I I I'
-W- 706 DEFUNIAK -1362 SPRINGS IS W 739 W 6 1SW-249W..... ... -... ,
/ W 56 W -,W9 58159 a. TALLAHASSEE 101
2 33 685
PANEL DIAGRAM
0 OF THE s i
_0 POST-AVON PARK ROCKS IN THE
FLORIDA PANHANDLE
-LEGENDPost Miocene
CHOCTAWHATCHEE
STAGE (Undifferentiated)
ALUM BLUFF Hawth orn formation
'0 ALUM BLUFF NHth
- STAGE Ap \A
- Shoal Rier faces
Chattahoochee facies
TAMPA STAGESt. Marks facies
Oligocene (Undifferentiated)
Suwannee limestone x
Marianna limestone
Crystal River formation
8 OCALA GROUP Williston formation mA
0 Inglis formation W Not
200' Avon Park limestone Shown
00 Claiborne
4 0 4 8 12 16 20 MILES
0
JH.S.PURI and R.O.VERNON W0
8800 87030 87.00' 86*30' 8600' 85*30 85000 8430




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84. 83o00 8230- 82O00 81*30 8I1OO
G oR A A
O A
TALLAHASSEE 96 .1
W1 19 ....................................
6076
MAYO 524
W-236
/ W-213 -236
W-1087 /W-IO00
( LOCATION Ow-loe8
W-50I89
GANSILLE69
PANEL DIAGRAM
OF THE W-214W-7
POST-AVON PARK ROCKS IN CENTRAL 0WAND NORTHERN FLORIDA
W-1717 DAYTONA
-LEGEND- W92 BEACH W 212 .... ...... OCALA i!iiiiiiiii
Post Miocene -1 C L
CHOCTAWHATCHEE
STAGE (Undifferentiated)
ALUM BLUFF W-1
STAGE Haorn formation + N
TAMPA STAGE St. Marks facies 0
Marianna limestone r sent CRYSTAL I Pesnt0 BAY RIVER
Suwannee limestone QUARRY 0
foryeto, River nation O
OCALA GROUP Willi storn fo tion R_ __Inglis formation
H Avon Park limestone
SCALE
4 O 4 8 12 16 20 MILES
H.S. PURI and R.O.VERNON
84'oo~~~~E .1 30bO 90 0




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8330' 83*00 82.30 82*00 81*30 8100' 80*30 8000 1 I I I I I I
W- 20
W- W-1736 TAP2AEALP
CRYSTAL WC515 BC
W-1454
,~~~.. w-.. ...: .......
COCOA
POST-AVON-PARK ROCKS9IN W 820
W 357&OA/
W'3570 BEACH C~o
W~- -- O ALLOCATION
040
ST.PETERSBUR
PANEL DIAGRAM
OF THE F.PIERCE
-LEGEND-
Pleistocene S ST W-938
CHOCTAWHATCHEE
STAGE (Undifferentiated)
ALUM BLUFF Alachua formation ARCADIA50
STAGE Hatonfce
H-awhr fc383 W-2396 TAMPA STAGE St. Marks facies
0W
0 ~ Sowannee limestone {*0.
Crsa River formation [
JU LA .,UUP illiston formation 200, [_ lis formation IIIJ Avon Park limestone I
4 4 8 12 16 MILES WEST
PANE DIAGRPALM ILAN BEACH SPURI and RO. VERNON S O
83383*00820820
8 ..0...08030800




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8200 8130d 81*00' 80*30
I I
o W-4750 Lake so a Okeechobee o.o 2912
o 4 ,2 W-317 S W-847 FORT M ERS
...............
- .-:- LA
W-3201 WORT7r eZ......
O o .co 0~~9*~ DELRAY
o .o NN
)
PANEL DIAGRAM
SOF THE
POST-AV N PARK ROCKS IN MIAMI
SOUTH ERN FLORIDA,
oW-445
0 W-889 W-215 LEGEND7N
**O
LakeFlirt marl
N Pamlico sand Miami oolite
Anastasia formation
Key Largo limestone =9
Fort Thompson formation
Caloosahatchee formation
CHOCTAWHATCHE
STAGE (Undifferentiated)
ALUM BLUFF STGE Hawthorn faces
Suwannee limestone /
Crystal River formation 7
OCALA GROUP Williston formation
200 Ingris formation ,
t0' Avon Park lImestone g
4 0 8 2 6 20 MILES
W-137a W-265
KEY WEST 0
LOCATION
HS PUR8 3d R.O.VER8ON1
00181000' 030'




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870 '86 O 86*00 8530 85OO 8430 840
. .t I I I
ASA 233
S-232
S30MIOCENE ROCKS IN THE
W-2500
tt tW-49
)9 W-655 PANEL DIAGRAM o OF THE
.0
FLORIDA PANHANDLE
- LEGENDPost Miocene El
Conce//oria faces
CHOCTAWHATCH EE Ecphoro faces
STAGE
Arco faces
rold/a fries
Shoal River facies
ALUM BLUFF Oak Grove faces
STAGE Chi fence
0
Hawthorn facies LOCATION
200 TAMPA St Marks facies
STAGE hattahoochee facies
100'
4 O 4 8 12 16 20 MILES
0
1 H.SPURI and R..0 VERNON
87-00 86 30 600 8530 85"00 843 40o




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a, CI, (0 IV o.,o, L, > / ,, o o2,
c (V
/,\ K k4C 4
/ CYPRE SS t" o9R
feyendeyend
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PANOPE FAUNIZONE s.i. ho~nNt
COFFEE MILL HAMMOCK MARL AYERS LANDING- MARINE LIMESTONE_COFFEE MILLC
HAMMOCK VERTEBRATE BED ........ SHELL BED .....
FRESH-WATER LIMESTONE___ _ ___l BEE BRANCH BEE BRANCH MEMBER...
t" A coA
UPPER FRESH-WATER MARL oFRESH-WATER MARL...-so OKALOAKOOCHEE CHLAMYS BED .._... BRACKISH-WATER MARL.
LOWER FRESH-WATER MARL_2Z MARINE MARL ....
VERMICULARIA FAUNIZONE ...
BRACKISH-WATER LIMESTONE.[ FORT DENAUD SANDSTONE..OSANDBISTONE__...ET
CORRELATION OF STRATIGRAPHIC YSTERIOMEAT
SECTIONS ALONG THE FAUNIZONE ..........
SECOS ALONG THE ARGILLACEOUS MARL_..[g FRESH-WATER AND
CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVERSANDY CLAY MARINE
(DATA FROM DUBAR,1958)




STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
Prepared by DIVISION OF GEOLOGY SPECIAL PUBLICATION NO. 5 PLATE 9
00 Ju.. t U It way.. oate.... STOP 26, 15, 25 Step 31 (E.t side T d.a):
0.00 Junction State Highway 85 and U. S. continue on U. S. Highway 31. 0.00 Jcti U.S. Highay90adS0. 00 Junctio U. F. ighay90 and tr
Highy90i Tu STOP 14 3. 3ut0 Tkeight on di t 90 a1I Sdirt Sroaeet, ChHh 7,hoiMhreinTtunlfightt(SPrth).
S1 20 th) State Hgh y85 4.00 0 0 Right agle t th right. (oth) State High y 71. 0.45 Side road on left, go straight ahead.
. ih nl unt h ih.(northIeo Stale Hlighwaoy 71. 04
4. 50 JunctionState Highway Z. Turnleft. 4. 80 Turn left on dirt road. 1.45 4 Chipola River M WOODRUFF 0.95 Jim Wodrffda eti (easts ide).
17.70 0 3 Yellow River bridge. 5.00 Abandonedq uarr yin the backofhouse. 1.95 Exposure of Byram and arianne St.p 31 un U S ghway0 and Decatur
18.0 T.. .... left dirt. .ad.. .. 0 00 gei.e i.S. 9.igh.y.9. ahd De. ....
18. 10 ..Tl. ..eton....dit .roa ,.in. roa 0d cu Street, Chattahochee.
1 .10 T his athe type o a ity th e O ak l0. 00 J u ti o U S. igh y 9 0 d St t e 0 00 0R i er b ridge o U5 Hgh ay9 0 0.0H0 at e s r tidge ,
at lw stages of the river, 3 Highoway73 wnti Stre High- .05 oori hpe e- 0.9 Ceation o i Wood uff dal se .
d oh 0 5 T . r i g h t ( s o t h ~ t o w a d a h o u s -0 A -1 5d t t e d m t r i h ( t )
STOP 35 2 5.30 Sam Smithquarryaccessroad,tur. posd asasmllbl.ff.This setionsonuet. o S0.80 right. the road cton U. S. ighway 90.
6.0 m smith quarry. 0. 00 Gadsden County courthouse in
Quincy on U. S. Highway90,turn
STOP 20 0 70 right (suth).
0 0. SOP7 2.70 1 University of Florida experiment
3 70.80 static an" t.
CRES VIE 0. 0 Dirt road n lef, ntinue straight.
STOP 15,25T..,t- i ..d
90"9 0MARIANNA oI -. 8s5 6 ler's Earthm.ie.
STOP 34 MARIANNA 0"AY, STOP 38
0.00 Mossyhead onU.S.Highway90, turn
1 50 r ight on dirt road.
1. 5 40 Side roadon right go straight ahead.
. 50 Side radon right go straight ahead.
3.40 60 Bridge and roadjtion -bear right. 00 OchlockoneeoRiver ridge onState
4.00 Godwin Bridge over gal River. .00 Highway 0.
Ei ttotenfet of lower oaeRiver 1.00 Acces road) Jackson Bluff dam,
,:d,e ,, ............
oterpis abeo 45 feet bltheIhell hey 12 00 Jacksonl.
ae 6) atthetypelclityofthe 90 0 O O W STOP 55
.. .............. 'w SYHEAD 1As U
4.20 0.30 T rightonrdttpfhill P. STla -S
4. 50 0 C h .had gr....yardon.right. CHEEONBUP
4 75 5 Take ide road a right. MOSSYHEAD E
4. 0 s ...Sideroado.lft-go ightaheadETYC 4. s 5 T rn right on side road. E TY LLA
5 60 Shell Bluff.
STOP 53 M O-STOP 2
.0 Jackson Motel on U. S. Ifigh-ay 90, W.-1uSTO 32nt Cortoue'
a o t e.5milezsw e 's-t "" CRAW FORDV I LLE 1. 30 Ctafordoille.
li it sof De 5nak Springs. take leftDE FU N IAK .3 rafrvleFieTw ro
(s th) on dirt road (Plea t Ridge D E P R I S so 3i tad on right
0 .60-SRINGS~m...o.r ..
5. A6 0 t H. Cosson's residence. The C.2 8 0. 0 Turn lefton side road.
section isinaspringheadthrough .87 Road on left. Gostraight ahead
fieldehindMr.Cosson's house0.18 through gate.
3. 05 0.10 .Road turns right.
S3. 1 .5 Road on left go straight ahead.
3. 20 Road forks at a house, keep
left and follow road around
STOP 30 /3.... 05 ot...
STOP 29 CLARKSVILLE d0 her
0. ~ ~ ~ SO 29 20t-o S-Hg- 7 20 0. 00 Junc tion State Highway 12 and State
0. 00 Junction of State Highway 77A and Highway 20 near Bristol, continue on S t Highway 77Aile 0.0Turno t lgh y7 dSt W W F -5 14 State Highay 1Z.
0. 5 5 5 S Hgh c r e H trigh ra ght 0. 00 Zunto 0 vi. e 3 aon ALUM BLUFF 1 45 1.45 T .left I h a)n access road Alum 5 h e d ta te fli h a y 7 3 .B l uff G th r ou.gh a h e d g a te w ith sig n 0.4rState Highway 7S. 4Garden of Eden. W. D. McDaniel's 0. a4.80 Bridge over Tenmile Creek. storeonleftsideofhghwayopposite
0 aede n ri Exposures of the Chipola faces (AlumBluff Stage)inthe at e ft d. 3.9g 1 0 Calf -s right. banks of Tenmile Creek. The creekhasexposedabout 080 a- a i6 3jwo_,; leto- ifeetfgry, already lawiihbdat Z. Z5.30T. ~t d ed
-- ED IV 04.0 ZO -- Falling Wate r Sink. 2er5-5 Uolssadf...ii .. 'r{ . ...... Cg. 30 1i"
eight feet of spar ely fossiliferous clayey sand. The 2 850. 20 Side road G straight ahea.
STOP 52 0.00 JnctionU. S Hghway90andState Ta t Chattah.h,, f00 ie ia d hled 2- B T o g Sid r ad Go tight ahead.
0.55 Highway 77A. River,andtisprobablynotfarbelowthecreekottom 4.351 Crossroads-turnrightonroadto BAYR .0 0.30 RBay. MDaniesgrry re. 0.55. JctsState High ay273t...tu here. 4...5 40 e. ad
0o. 30 0.05 Rfarp left turn on dirt road. 0 50 S t t. S5 S eak.e r right t 3 5 W D M c D a n 1 .a p e e c i 5 4 5 4 4 0 T u r n l e ft ( a s t ) o n d i r t r o a d P a r k ea r s 5 0 F o on .
a head 100 feetbehindthehouseGi




STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
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06.. 2... 0. 00 Junction2 State Highway 6 and State Highway 0 00 J c State High-aye 4 d S-2 00 Juncation State Highways S-235 and 1t8, S- 3 7 t cNdewSt ~- -33.b-rry, p--eeo I tt i ghw i. Brooke, ,pr.ceede,,ston State
0.00 Junction U. S. Highway Z7 and State STOP 21 .51 90 S-337, proceed north on State eghway S- 337. 1.35 toe yd c do tae igh y Br pceedesto ate igh way 1, pro eed northon U.S. 1.90 Pa ed roadtrsleft (west), go straight 4 road on right (east). 10 STOP 36ghay .
0.60 M ghaay27 at Mayo. ahead o dirt roa. 30 10 Take lefturoeuninpved road. 8 36
0. 60 North.e-. lityli-its 3.10 1 ark .p i. .badoned 41 STOP43 STOP 4 8 0 T ewee-ty hpo tation pit-. 0.0
30-a S T 0pPark. BROOKER
0.30 0nt(-t)ehedeete..ad. M Seo ,p o fede Stop, eaeai oe .00 J-teta State Oegh en than-a 00 Junctilo State Highway 26 ad State tIghwey
3 MAYO je t.f t 4i.a bh-STOP 4j
5.40 May. qua-1. o. 42 6.60 ...bery, p.. .edeat.S...t
2 pPphate7- tSet 6P2 lghay 26. 24inOalnesville. Pro-eedwetn State STOP37 51 side If the road 42 37 Au_~o~tt STghay41 6. to ig ghway 6
tte SToP 6. 6hw Stote t6eghteap 241, g37. h3. 10 2
T.OP.24 3O 235 .0 aight ,h wad 3 0 00 Take shap right (north) on paved road.
0.00 LJaotat S. thg-etepI oa U J OP20.o J t~,SaeH h y ~ T P4 3
ighwaI9i anfordpoeed 4 orth o State lghway S-337. 60 Take dirt road on left (north) 6 10 Road turns left
:Jyl9btg.,~- e .3 7 040 0502
3.80Abad dphosphatI ts oh the 1 9 00 S.M. wall q00y.
3. 80 n U. S. Ml.UHghWy 129. r40 Plk cat. l6e. 60 0. 50 Take sharp right on dirt road.
3.8Juncet(- )hd~t- .- tid, Ste ,ha, g, 6 ga t.. 26 37 pro Ie e h., igh I.8 0.to0
3.90 0. Take left ae ...oadto the quay. 00 Jst State Hgha 2ad pe d N RSTOP 13 680 2 Devile M11 Hopper Secti o ed i
..t ......thRANtepFOttD 26 NEWBEi GAINESVILLE
00.00 lett-.90 J t oeas t eseditrad. 44 -4
o4 4- f2 OSTOP5 4124
4. To The sEction dis.....ed is the norh pit 0 o 0 Park r .Exposure mn a a~ donedquIrr
f Li27k Compy. th t ide f th d. WILLISTON NEWBERRY STOP11 7
. 45 441
000 J cto SS gway 20 aJd 9".... ...Juncti U. S. Hghay 441 ted State eSiSsil
RighDsay 27 2su .orth oi n. a Highwayi 441a n
0.- 10. T P94
2.80~9 Adndn go ..arr on the no.sd09 0.00 Junction U. S. Fighway27 Alt. .nd U. S.
0 0. b 0 Tk, right 0t) II dirt ad sign oigh ( th .
of the road, visible fromt the rod d S TOP 2. i SS 205 s taho 4n7U..S. Highwayn441.
TOI~..~6053 STkOetTeOPP. .0 22aTake.left.(east).STprivate road, h. . Pn ." 1Bth oR T 0 S O I b e oH. 3R 6 \i n4.d h 0 e.t u i n gt o . Wig h .
.00 S i bigwy n i ighway STOPT.STO TO 12 -30o Park ears. 'sC '40 i.Z akasTOP4ruhecefednh
w ,p d 49 03 3 i dd 4 T Tnik oc rton U .e S
4 o9 0 0 Tke rght ( siefo th). 40d 6 Seto n tak e farm acc ess vrodt erig .4 5 me v ~ .Oi.y h50utwsto eaor S P STOP .t nor thof. olk. it
brde nU.S Hgwa 0 tEla ie.' TO 50 go Ias t e tion ones id TOP 1 0
....4.Z -kI .. lil h
5 .. i ...... oy tat -eid 90. L.. S iP .. POLK. .. on ..a. gh w0 ree dea s
th... .... . .. d.T o F 50 .d C 0 3 S a High wa 600.
..va..... ....t....... .... he t -hS TOP 48d, .. la o. STO f onunimprovedr
and 0 -.3 are f i tein te e
.7 Par r. Active... .... li este quarr STP1 STOP 6 1.oTOz T eretnrnpvmn .. .... .. .... et 1 STO 4 5T ) 3 H.... .. ...Kiiiiii~i~iii~
0 Jcte tae a yS te S 8 oa a o k T P 5 A R P
8 BELL STOP ISTO 36 0.& _300 0 k tradoet(at STOP 3 STAION S 4 Junction State ighway60and tate to37tHighway 3at Maub e y, t prothc WMULBERRY eastton ontateighway60 SP GH -f the 50 Pr cr by m a hosdp mines.
.........3....... STOP 2 P HOMELAND.............
1. 00 a d i b.Phosph ate man ClaP kLE 45h 4fi 0 0. 30 Seaboard Ai4ieRira4rosn1 0 Tafc ihcniu nU.S iha 9F R
... 3 0 t... ... 9 O 4U T 't dii k, p e S ......... ... .S. ......... .. .. ..
3.080 1. n0.Ci y C4 0 0 1 o d f k le ft. 4 1Bu nul e nO e a n w
. 19 60.rk c ar Offiesible C Wamp Riv6 6 5 0b l.40 Park cars an od ppospe i t Popt Etri e4.... H..........O L 18 M0 aT 5a ,_ TOP 44 k -.
0.50~id If ost ,od atsepoue are dlomit
3.~~ 20 05 50 Tak dirt 44a on leS n r fliteitrs.
STOP STO7 4 3 D@eh ggt 0.0J.tletmorrft .Hiha 3 n
O~~ ~. 00 Junction State Highwa S-351 and StateST P1thogatyil
....... Q............. .......................... S O =gh- 33......hfPkCiy
--I 50 .C TO T
fih.. ..... l................. h 6...!! ....10 iii- STOP 5 ... ............ ...........
3.0r th se3io 00 exposed. Stat 75b- S33,tk U T 5 T P5. 00 Taket- s ihar l ft (nor thiped
4. 2.9 Take roadp igtighditt. V,0 ....o dol i e d t CITYad5
: ... Parkcar1450 Parkt rb h e hop- mi nes.
High- S 4rn9, poeed sot State leftiorth STOP U. r. A"H?~i gh t 1.- STO We9, R 1 -iha GUL ing un- poede.t
. 0 Thedr odo igt(etsg eo iA ..n Path sign e 9.0070 Cyta"ierctal~i
2..7.S ):, leftt.-.b...d...........Chit - k,...................
3. 20 0. 50 Tak .....ad. et d .0 IfIK 4__ 4-p a yU.b 1 a
. 7 Pa -1 J-,..o ofti u.- st,. Highway 1. Znd Stateh a : 4 h fl k l a
0 0 50 J- S ae1bRira sig. S-341 ,d St- 6-. hZ0~k Rodfrs-berlf.090Hgwy4,trlfPat ha4. 98a ot ede rceItthnU.
4o6 Turnh- 49.h on.. lthe n surfaceda roed It -th Take hr igt t{w e f-t).o nn oe Z.. 0.0 PRi ..... ...... ....-e ty LAKE........ HAMILTON
. 9 6 E p . 0. o ad okb et .S O 83.0I40 ar crsb anodp shtep.
0.00 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Pr cars.. ityce libler IfBlCampit05llg- 9ai..B~tgt 9 LB~
C:::::::::::: :::::::...::::: hos hattEn erp iselIn.hH OD3R,.2........,.......145 5.-0 Ur S. s HiT Oh4 4 ..........................................................................................




STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION
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STOP64 Start Start STOP76 STOP59 Start ,, c/oo a T fo goSTOP 78 Ortone Lock
STO 62,, The follotoge -p, tiethe, hoo 41 STOP 62 Denaud .... k stops, which ca oly be r hed by boat. Start STOP 63 La Belie Stops 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73,74, 7 5, 77,
Acline 79,0: Goodno
SN Start Exact. locatis of sat 65,67,68,69,71, L .tart 76,7 7 ad 7. are shoa n o plate S.. La Belle 407tmmt 9 outcrops are plotted at their exact location o. oo Juntion Sta Highwa 29 and 80, 1.s il" LI',-2 in LaBetle, p,.....d -et -n St-t a 7anafjG6ra.l7ch/ cet... toeo ..... ti .... Th...ar
0.00 |O t t0b00tetnuntooe rf tholnrscinee e at2 d t3rC cston the eghtide
0.00 J tin of noth-south and st-west Highway 80. 0.00 Jactin at Dead; ded 000 a econr o e right 0.00 Junction State Highways 29 and 80 at
rod it Alin, t-tn left tooth). 1. 90 d fe, DeInd ttae coated for Statee h0. 20 1. 90 Fort Denad road, turn right (west). g LaBelle, proceed east on State High0. 20 Cattle guard. O. 60 80. 5 Right trn. wa4 y 80.
0. 70 7.50 Road turn right, stop just before bend 8d0. 50.40
0.40 Turn right onto sand trail, just after in road, walk in a trail toward the 0.75 Left turn. 8.40 Goodno railroad siding.
crossing stoall wooden bridge. LaBelle Chamber of Comooere Picnic 0.80 8.60 0Ttl l tt) d ad.
0 .40 g d fond 1. 55 Pa k car, t n ight (est s 0.40 Ornaefo(nkrth) on sand road.
0. 80 Road flr, take toad to tight. 0aa- aoint -ie 9. 40 0rton Lock.
0.7g0 0. 00 Jontioe tateeHighways S. ond 29 id Secti_ it 6ped o ightao Stp7 te dd95yards wet of
1.00 Actine pits (Stop 62). LaBelle, proceed east on State High- creek.top 7 is otd 295 d t of
0,40 way 80. A. C.L. railroad bridge, on the right
1.40 Re-to d7bak of the Calacahatlhet Rite0.
road fork, od tu sharp left. 1.70 Gates on both sides of oad, take left
0. 10 (north) on dirt road leading to the oldNAa i
1.50 S1all pits (Stop 63). 0 Fort Thompson. O .00 Jnction State Highway 35 and U. S.
0 S L0MPierce t Highway 41 in Pnta Gorda, proceed
1.90 This is th type locality of Fort Thompson r t STOP 61 Sta I south on 4..s. Highway 41.
formation, and is Station A- 15 of DuBar rkehb 4. 20 (198) T Punta Gorda 4.20 Bridge on Alligatot Ce. east of the big gap through the spoil bank. -.40 Of4 20
4.4. Turn left on paved road.
STOP58 Start at o 4.70 Railroadtrks.
STOP83 awte5.30 0.60 Turno left at crossroad. Start 1k or<6 0.30
Start 8 R Y BEA 5.60 Bidge ovr Alligato Creek, t left into picnic grounds beyond
bridge.
0.10
L5.70 Exposures on right hank of
Fort Myers 82 STOP 8All
STOP57 Road t th ed of, Palmd h
-Beach golf course, one block north STOP85
0.00 Jacton. State Highwa 80 n. d S-80 Start- Sunniland E .of Ridg b Start
about 2 miles east of Fort Myers, 00 I
,proceed east o State Highway S80. 0.00 Community of Sunniland, proceed
3 .8 0no rth on State H ighw ay 2 9. B r i c k e l l
3.80 b T-igbt (tr) di-p h ..ed toad. LoBrickell
3.90 .10Stop car. The setio i o th 0.50 a th Su add neHammock
side of -80 and is overgrown. Copa oheetidothoad.
0.00 Junction U.S. Highway 1 and South
0.00 Janction U.S. Highway 41 and State Miami Avenue, proceed south on
Highway 82 in Fort Myers, proceed South Miami Avenue, which runs
east on State Highway 82. into South Bayshore Drive.
6.20 O 1.55
6.20 notionn State Highway 82A, take left 1. 55 2035 South Bayshore Drive.
0.00 Terert, proceed touth on U.S. SO 8
STOP 56 29 8 7.0 tghwa pl.STP8
0. 00 Windfley Key quarries of0the Key- Start
Start STOP 60 tone AtComopany. The quarriest Sunset Road
0.0 Le-edycunyln nSat iha r 00 the wtest tsidoeo troad.
(ea80, proceed State Highyhay 8A0. .03.600 T
4.83.80 Bridge on.BanaCreek. RoadinSouth Miami, poceed etE of0.40 on SunsetoSWad. ....... ......6 ..... ..... C-) STOP 81
STOP 56 84 0iha 7.0 STOP 84 1 !',1Start STOP 60 :t-n Art C, pany. The quarr.ies Sunset Road
O; 0 ] ee-endr contylill onStae Hihwa ar onthe west aide of the road.
1 .b80, proced east ln Sata Highway 80.
Onsew 80 et(ot)-gae .0.00 J~cinU.S. Highway I ard Sune 41 3.80 Bridge -n Ban.na Crek. Road in South Miani, proced eat
9 4.20 Turn left on dirt road. 1.75
0.30 1.75 Junction LeJuene Road. Park cars. Junction U.S. Highway 41 and State 4.50 Conflouence of Caloosahatchee River Section exposed tnder bridge on Highway 29, at Carnestown, exposures. and Banana Creek. Section on left bank both (north and south) banks of the bta hotw pit northeast corne" of the of Caoosahathee River, 10 yards Coral Gables Waterway. inter0tio