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Environmental geology series, Gainesville sheet ( FGS: Map series 79 )

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Title:
Environmental geology series, Gainesville sheet ( FGS: Map series 79 )
Series Title:
( FGS: Map series 79 )
Creator:
Knapp, Michael S
Florida -- Bureau of Geology
Florida Geological Survey
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee
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Florida Dept. of Natural Resources, Bureau of Geology
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English
Physical Description:
1 map : col. ; 47 x 80 cm. on sheet 56 x 87 cm.
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250000
Scale 1:250,000

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Geology -- Maps -- Florida -- Gainesville Region ( lcsh )
Land use -- Maps -- Florida -- Gainesville Region ( lcsh )
Maps -- Gainesville Region (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Geology -- 1:250,000 -- Florida -- Gainesville Region -- 1978 ( local )
Land use -- Gainesville Region -- 1:250,000 -- Florida -- 1978 ( local )
Geology -- 1:250,000 -- Florida -- Gainesville Region -- 1978 ( local )
Geology -- 1:250,000 -- Gainesville Region (Fla.) -- 1978 ( local )
1:250,000 -- Florida -- Gainesville Region -- 1978 ( local )
1:250,000 -- Gainesville Region (Fla.) -- 1978 ( local )
Land use -- 1:250,000 -- Florida -- Gainesville Region -- 1978 ( local )
Land use -- 1:250,000 -- Gainesville Region (Fla.) -- 1978 ( local )
Geology ( jstor )
Natural resources ( jstor )
Ions ( jstor )
Limestones ( jstor )
Lowlands ( jstor )
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Maps ( lcsh )
single map ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Alachua County -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
30 x -84, 29 x -84, 29 x -82, 30 x -82 ( Map Coverage )

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Bibliography:
"References."
General Note:
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Depths shown by bathymetric isolines.
General Note:
Text, 3 cross sections, and ancillary map on verso
General Note:
Includes location map and township grid.
Funding:
Map series (Florida. Bureau of Geology) ;
Statement of Responsibility:
by Michael S. Knapp

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University of Florida
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George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

MAP SERIES NO. 79 BUREAU OF GEOLOGY


ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY SERIES


GAINESVILLE SHEET





FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
"SR.AR. u,.t. 6M T
BUREAU OF GEOLOGY




19718

INTRODUCTION
De_-opment of guidelines -or w-se management of Florida' natural


be based upon adequate geologic data for sudc lields as waste disposal,






eat re o f Teure Taage mnow las n the m anagement irghay e ighrmtl geologT c



2l0d T les lmaopng pndsbot 70 mieads wd re.l hetre y Lnvo n centra m penin
ao r eprode tsied e asiv1del a nud o1t the 1-1rea1 M and 1 o11 un-1



po m -s U n a I abo e19no arle 9 is d uCts tgla ns the I ls t
on.9rve R. dge, III rpo -hillsd B intendged wig l asonse G a a bao












op oflort h nurnu o 2 G Nolog rahy r hed a ouatoe spo w deahS
9oloa 9 1 1ur91e and l uhs e 9pul o 191 1o11 Stat eson e nvic g l
In dI 9 11s mapda Badfor -o dt wh 33 ur an, bnd9-
s 1o 1yi1 Te1nse, to he sialy trined st th e tesnaee l 4 U n Ion.
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-tk196o f anre s19 ag w as the Oc ,nli just o f t uIhe -. zIons t1 9 th11e





it tle d -n g l -1ogs t c 70ypon s _apind winser d a er6 incal c nto pophulan

9nra1 1r0o 1cu 70 o and o other im poesato proviadte w t 9h 1 wi 1r e a
In U .ds I l I ad ot allIubhsthed o and npubhs da I t. Iles








Inut re abld F reat ora t o-Bgy plus pueddhhdnd freps U S
1o81n Col Su1 rny nd19 a the hu C untr Sg9a9 ns1 e I s I
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

LowsnsesTe ra nrd ln n 18 9s9 t r1 0nd C rld ik 9 t.1e U 1er ti,


REGIONAL SETTING







a T he rei n oth e aial ovr f i -sdy dpIo a d iby a su --N,
ft9e -o -Ter 11 kown a1The o]I pal1 9,phlt o1, 0. Iigh TIn s -uc ture1 1






yas dt-e d LI oc ated b one t19 at 5ins "t -1les1 Le e o aty c Tily
1 s,230 1s l and. 1 a bo-9 E 70 kie 1 d1 e, -0 eope d P eo l p eAi1 nsul9 r












unopalty Eocene a nd nheof, ramnette onwSepColutember 5wi6, 19a5t0rS e
1a -19s10ed 19t901y 9 po0 t -1ap I Mi-ensoe yn .u.Ger
sed a- Ili nn rIng the dIne -nd I llgl ond areas




Tuhe Io 1a119 p1 y d1sins11 th- m11 are p c d
sunnL Ton h L e th uo I d 1- 5e urph faures t.










..9111ta11 0,9 0the a1ea1an a 01 9)1111 9, 111
B 9,oks 9 -tidg,, FarIfd OI ll, Bel[ Ridge, HbiI Spitg Gap, D-6







G a9p S. e- and 199 h Hill, Mar Hdl, u- P t R g, a nt t I

91 N19 9 Highlad 1T Ca-stal17 sanos 1 0osi e1wl9uch f t9res1
t Ith e 119 19Cle 1, --- O1and 19P 19 19 -, 9 IIy 1-h and, th p -1

L7 b II9sIa -1 III 011199 11a 19 9pr119 III
_est by I If Mexio ..d U. -s by t h. If

910, o1 lb,,,- 301 No111t 291 Norh Th c I -.
II9 9- -,0 II LIy DL9Ie, G-19his,, A h O011-e -ount1 oy
p919ly show9n Taylo, L9 ayette. S 11991 Co 0b1, I Bradord,II

1are the9Su10ne, S 9t 1,,1. 0 01119, andi W0thlaoche 1


Most1f the119d, however, -1-1tain 1ewe residen ts i 1ta r1, e -1-e1 u
11,1 pop utIII n i, con ntr9d 9111 d III me1or le d 1910 01nsu
by ,c..nty I Aqlh,1 104,764 wth111, 61 1 ,ra, Mario 69,030 wt1,


19 wh119 _ra, Bradford 14,21 1 1 13 1 "1, 11 U -
9,1190-911 11 1 -1 1ol 1inelthe 196,dn--s -t1hhe19 i ensus




Ga9nes9 9 he]' gest 1 dfase11 t w M-11 y in th11I ar Its



































I...t


GEOLOGIC DISCUSSION

reslted Io ..i dep t ng ,ie E.- epoh (deposted fro

58 to 36 mllon years ago) and tIe Ogocene epoch (depo I ted from 36 lo

nds and clays (1111deposited 1from 25 mon years ago9 to pre111) of variable
9h10n w, h ...... .. e1,11 n1 g 9g1pod If on bly thicker
01 9 Iu Mos II th e Ipose iIt eng I the Iate Eo-ene O0a1 a
Group, although, I te 11. iIlnlty of Gulf Hammock hr e exposu1,es of1
thIe iate Middle Eoene Avon Pak Limestone Tie Avon Park Limestone
9is Ih old cppmb Ifr ion I F1lor id. T Ih Tetiay li m 1wn
p in ti "'p aa b elon" I. th e L.mI ston1 If Ohgole



n. Ie L Couty Is -ns-dy

and mmas They an als be very finely rystalIne and occasionally
C Ihmnatd (le.t inusg siltton ith be ant reaso e t the b IIIdolomite





ha-nd Tie coues repng ated .. tis ia, t latd fl II Avn




Park L ieste I., Pl neromes ts Ga orale folohge d poslote moe tern oA-on

21ark Lmesne1 ed111 by erIo 0951) 1,s "te9 0 asal bRr eys.do









W eilterst c ld he desrU I ep Is ae tran d etreeno e s awd-ppar ntl
Io.loa-d --js Iand Io eo t h-, maknin g It h e y odifyth recog nh e I s
Cn s1owtern9 conunu s l-ie III 111 so lo ca bh e des9d
eds in so u theLn Lestounty arough o at the p Ao area a L mestone












n Thu e ht n t h is posed `- partst sads111 clye 011111 I Df y sD .
ada ylor coi nltti .eing e qate d l h l tones hd t holog eans that le ,n y











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a 1one Io 11, -olomite ,,d I wilhibi dfff ng deers f 11111h9














Tora In Te 1 cuyth hmstonperio ee, Tossgy P11 aocene a1ge a1 -


















T1g he1 1' f 1ne1 f to 90 m u and an s1ts rph1, units v l01mos9 the en0,9e
ptere ands ereonymad p werey bey iandantiehd aun I.
-Iwse D1 1 1 Co ..ty 991Id Ih S, h 9t-111,1 Ri911 It a I

This, en. 11 in9ormally t 111ed t e e o 11 mbe and o, t-




















th e Inh e loda exenin gs e d int o Tyo un11 y thre dimstinct lom1te.1


ghlwand nara y f iddy -e-11-st d Johns a R hve Ie-to 11 .-e lof 0
91e W 1h11 1191 1r 1, ey 1`1 -11o11119e 9ar1 111t


S19,1, nh a -d y others be1ng1,g 1 Uh C, ya,,l Ri119 T1t, Cryst
R10 9 I -mt- -ps o-t tem e 0-y o1 1te11 P-hah era
Laye,111, DI and Gllct9cou es t 0 I. theste AG-a and 19t91



Cr R n Wlh.i-1n1 I-19-1w 1 teisoelth1 logy11 y1

L TI- it-l -1 n u 1- I ol bia a-d Suwann,0 -,n1-1 and i1

9lt1od11 Th1 h11 st s 1111 1911- o 1 111h -1a -r y
hn It- io et191911) y ti Ii h bn sh d


9,1id h11]9and 191 1, ith -r, A Io are mmonly 1 1.ae -,111
s1ed ients o1 Mio -n 19,g o 9pe1119ly, a9M 9 IIIII 9 1hd 11I
H11.1wth I .r- ,11 I, -pe.d dn 11191 p I. 1 1119h11, q91111 nt 1 n1
I. p0 rts If -Ion CI ty Ti1 e 1 4-ho I, I1 I -ery 1 t1 er, 091 o11g1 1
119 11909 19 9- t 9011, dd Itd~, lyy nd, 1 1ndy 91 ys,
-Imts d ---n, h e d wIth 1phosphate1 gras



i, apparently a de111 y lut.on1 d -,11ty I 1 .1 -1,1g L- T1 0


T" e rn porin "of ieI p I "' thpysiogaphi p -
known as tie Gulf Coasal Lowlands Te lowlands begin at 1 e pre111 nt1
astlhne and e-tend t d to eastern GlchlSt, central Levy- and enral
Suwannee counties, _undedr b thett di,, e. t etit If i th
Low ,nds the1 e ar ,1 ral iver valley y lowlands and I-hre mar, e terra e
Theil terra s and asse11 1ed shorelines, beg, g wit the youngest, are
tie Sidver Blut. Pamhco, and Wicomico.
T1he S1 Bluff sho111 e s 11 ns-Idered to at aIn ,elvalon of 1 0,

-.-1c1ed with 911111 119 9 Th. m.-sh11 .11, etendig bit. 1 I1

I0 -1m d primay If Pl 1es n t rnt I I n In I --die9 ndrl i
by stones nd dolomites t a sallow depth In Diie, County, the Sde
ltn e a s ma d a n as ctr III e I in mle and S, als u 0i. r- -d by
masta] marshes The Saiver Bluff terrain is Try arrow n the portion to

Tbc P(15 1 hid h pr bly an taine 0a -t and t25 1ee,
e a disllntCt mark on Taylor County in the near arraneme t a Flats
. 15I 1.o 50 R1 t i1 11 dunes 11 that parallel e a st Tr e toe of h1 s strand
.m.e is marked bya e10-1 o nT Ioeto nemditi tath erc, S11-cdr Bi

In D e 1 Coun ly the9 Pamho e dipmen ts less well de1 e 1 d, bu tPI, licrra
-a P, 0 id9r9d tP e 19t bitween-111 1t -oo and 2519 eo,.011

The Northern ty d 111 91 d hio e ot y Ithai pe er alles th 9 n e
1ie it Die- Conty Itho mgh 11 1n be0 t 1 as e wII, nIo-therI P-Lh



1-l e9, ul does 1 wit. u. w e ll cors Su1ingL o n to -1 the g d aern 1






athe Alanune Ls a nd C rsins al ovey s the orrac e.san rean el

aneat4 aounte6 th and e o f sande an lmedan se etusom res, odu alg letone
ti There Venit pro 5bly le create p -e-tw n Ihes nrhe Levy,




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by ver v ley o shre l R ge and tIe n le nRd sern h I 1ont1
111 t1st 9 9not o9 the0 9on1 91111f m a nd 9 o cup ying 9 ntal
Leym9 on1 s9 l aswm py9e wetrekon s the W aec0c91 91- I I. 9I 1l9r






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(14 911e 1 the-e Ti s h) s well ey m pfed b suntklae [99 e T I,0, aI l -l
d y m norlh to. Gtdrtt Co9 un..I 1cosing tIIe -nd 11th1 lo I a 1 endn
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111 9o91 beig 19,-ldby T1n19 th.n..1Levy0n1I1l ... ...9l
"elsI Wh \ 91110 I. 9s 1u9e9 Le1t on. Verno 95 a1 nd Wh i
911979y lntcd ,1,l110,l)1i un1at h ,ty 1 uv 1lllowV e 1951 prml9o9n
0&d O .les 9 11967) --1019d III 9101090 01111were 91spos 1


919t9i) thr 9 is 119dthe I 1 wneln W -e1-on 1`lt 111-1 ediyll, 1
Clnefland hu I 1ii 111t9e ha oslbee 9R0de i 11no 111iT lhng sum po
y 1, the relate 1111ns du1ng Wd 9 c 1 11 th- 1. l-t1 o 1,e 1
9191m I II )1d, 9 IJd id Lon1 h 19 nd -1- .) ]].Jl.) ,Ny




and .u....[la e ou me, )lncfsnT 91eo le ..1 1'am t repo a e d b,,


B11er1en 1h 1 9u sclla nd L ol P 9l1mt n ll1d .(te lana d I lt,
test Jbded mean to teoel bn the wmaothey re Rweren ted by the s-nd




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111191y 1r1- Iid h010 1 -1 1 119 9,1) d as 11999119 I0
b0 9199I I, h 9e rok- )111 )99 -II drn, -- 001 0I. 0



T b1 0 bent1 h ln se end n111 1 1 the northen e I fre t

-1 1 -o1, 119 e 1 r 1.1 1 dge9 n eastwl d 119 1r1 s1nted t) 1
h 191d SaOnlli ) 9T 1 0 0t1e 91ns -ldos In 9ola I
inhea urel [ I n d regI zer th e en lan e Vhtoloey1 nnhgh Sp ,n,





(m9p, Dullo G 11p,1 o s1 ed I ie ild 9 ls S--dem Uplani -,
11ll B M -a il l,, n d g Iot on ldil It.- 1,ll1 10 -1 I'9








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rs d jdcd to tI c In d Ihd pthlo w er a l toune T he,
drt, er ro n, w ch n t hr o g eeys p are a. i s s e .in lo me long


a ry nta i needhr0t 1Cont Thew t. ro11i t -,1 otthe k tl

on Lht od pm and] U edbth eW ts Ind mol th -th taprso w
1nds, 0tl9 11,90 b, 1arel s1ul. It ns R.-111-1 1 9 11910s I.1lit







9,olut 111-9l - the t11119911 11 glands 9191 w the0,1 0 mr 1h9,n



to 0themhh prs T- 11-91 m1,11, b he Santa ..o through th OLto
911 9n 0I9 n 09
90l 1 9ll, 11t19 0 1,91 119919119' 119[1 h lah 11 Hil9 ,,Ier i,,d

t19 911g1, 11tile 1 r 1111i 1 11i1 111 I99 91Dunelo 1 I 11G -
T1. 1 .1 1a'h.9111, 91-1d I t9119 f0t.a1es bro 0011em 10111,1





Marten 99 9o1t199t)1 hthd,,, ,1 11gII I- P 9,11. 91111 1 01111

Fairfie1d IhlT I Olnd-- VI d ye 1 ,n 1-91-r 9 11111 TheO 91111s1xtrt

111,9 md 9,1 h s,1l 11 9 W-- il0 1y n Oe .a M1 ,el 9 l 0 es1 n m 'e

1111 II yi 911L99 n911111 t 0099 0l eatuir- 1 1




1a11i .- I eI I. ab ou t .-1 I1 ]~ -1 1n 1 aa w h b


IIIe Nar, itn Colmbia County ThI S-t 171 R-ve dh~ppear -d low
Sntra I'I Rie ne s ch annel n tiI
pointsof dCtppea9 acn and 9appe 1an 1 The rIver fl.ws m hls channel
at tIme If -ey h~ig wae

At Thomas 1-rm m northern Gdchnst County, an ammblage .1
Mionne and Phso~nn terrestrial vertebrate remains were found mo tie chyey
i.- 909,9 ph 10 __ -t, 1111011 01111 19111 ,9 0 I yi
1nds o, the Al111c1 ua 1 o1maon Tis 1 IIes a good Indit9on 0 ta9 at 0east9
parts of thie OcaLa High area wre above ma level during Mloane time and
were emg surrounded by an inll t the marie sediments The. aras

.y veencn nnected It-irm a smaI pI nsuhi which jo ed t, larger

M 1o9 1 n -Phce0 eP9 t t1 ston a sasgres1 d hO usI .111 t0ea -1

the elevated Mioene adaments with the formation ol shorelimes and oftdioie


tins process The core b- the ridge Is ompowd of Mto -ne wdtmets, whicl
were probably deposited an a coastal lagoon or brackeslh rwer The Western
Vallc, and Guit CoastlM low]nds pro mbly are boundaries to tilts feature
M car Miocene As I me progresed the surrounding limestone plums



Lr Imestone pulrr in, opernon are or 0v e,i Ptil-eceinal
11111--111 I, t1 -1101 011. 11, 1111 11 110, I 1-dip.1







were ed 9d I Iower 9 a11m on II Mt-9anth M rne 1 d omns Th r Phio.
Ple111111e -s t110 dr- ead th asan si y thesMioene lIm-eat st .M- icswr
a, t 9 1he1 a1o1 9-they 111101 1e1a1d -oI 9 11 9 tona I lo
- -ned ond h .d bar rnd ol se Iastal fea urs o



M91 11 10191 a1e 1ep9o9I1 ated by w111 us rte 1 rye1-1 I1f hh
uta lify hin-t-onmard rk ano pble phorno -a I- e mIp-etusy been
1I'0d 1-1 19'l'l99m -1- L I]ahr 1 ,ist and a1 t 1en ounies TLe a.11








ain Ibundantoo d laOcit olnea mined lono aton i 83adhrockly
Lim e,9 09oston te 9a111 9ed are,1 9 1 1re h 1ae e en 1 eistenc1me 1 n1 9
bo -dtie .eine mnhem Ison -d d Qro a
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1 ,lub n tb u e d1, 1 0l l I'd 999 9 Il9y by bl 09l9 1 1 1 T 9e 1 o- 1





1901901io, 111, 91119199,111911)9111 111111l1-



bmonpicmarel tlpsed juot roa bst 0 iCluenn Jnd aumerous somoall quares r
_dr '= .e o..... .
iedon 91, I 9oO h -ay9 1--nld 1llml 1I0 11-Y1 Ia




d 19 1 erro9ad 919 aewarimth 1ondstunrs a1

IP w119110)1 19911oe9911-11- n1 th0111919







sm eth m e as r po g te subsuocr et h ls a d rq l u 1 t
pe19 11911bbe o 1o icl 9po 1t9ae ] Td w9ithin t heo1 lypey 9nd 9

.,,,,I' Il.lgll .91911191191lt it P

_he b i i-the'unconfmedaqln which nothas er po ton t fiea area the
1-1910.-I 11t PIAId 991.d1 lI 11, I,99911 1 111
111 111 -d1 11199

991111 ll,111110199., 91119111
demopohe re deropg bured nd poe exa s olemb pors ate contdmaqg method
eald o h e d red r o us aI th




rea aTheeA~. I Irmsanell tc i r o psts c cn wtd n ier n~ b y rmgn c n ty~ ut
hl/ g lnd- nl s yrom ,Ill n ma d A deua onlut ers dotnhro c L nevy I







ampforidan unontupeam ne~ as tow e sutbrn m 88nd hmsard croc



throuphae wJ rlz ned n ear w D icrlo imetne an9 Altougl em te atus


(leard erock b ph tlhae milta nn nd oex wtensvl thereo h tih e preent tiympernos
powphrl bmg dmentd m the mapo wate ers m eowRda
en g d 9 un11o o- 0 e11 m 1 d9 m1ned o-oy11 andt 1111, 1.






.......1 1t 9 11b9t Ir1eguate y 99er mthol 11 d me, -andr011cneov
hmonle ae C~~ose It west e t nll- n -It it ornl to loca birit ces









t 9 u 1m te ordcon o e -o1,tnr s- 1 t111
.O)i th1n -- h d t o 1tern u11 fo the flurary In bIte9

n water 1, the1 d-u-sr 11 .1 -,r 1 the 1o11n 19 t 1ont

-o -d 1 -9i I- 1in ll s. e aI Ied It w -ahe 11119 9e
099 bI 1,11111-1099 .1- Th -111111 1-9991 -1119
If1 t1a0, ro-e the 1911 o911 1- l 0 nder t199 -1,11111
of ph lravlt h towar p Iate p- ,llg p.-, -I sprng wets dlae Td
med rn hih -nprssbufaewtrI ald anI aqurr abd ,h e s defined-



A -1 n t 1a 9e l th, a11I 1 1p ,9 91,11ied -II. to1, 11 .els 9 s f e,
ai. h n nf9ind1111 quifer, 9hI9h t I- be1 1 91h111 eII 1 0111 lhd
a Tmosphee tI h oe 1,1 -- -g spa' it o e hn qi

Anther I p I- f -l s d aqi19 r- w1 hh t, n 11 1-1 t1d b101
p191 y Iayey ind, an dy ,hays, -n1 s cnded .. -nhn1d
9 19 9 hee r n d by -, I, 991 9 t e tpe Id 9 -1
A..he good --rc It grond Ite -n III, -. e ist, e ],I eonda-
alte- aquld" Ti* n" e .S retictd t. the ldgh ind res A Ies
i-pot-- -n-n.nd dqinil,, e ist n the sutl-la -n deport ot fe a
aa Ti ', n s1 temed J, -11at 11r I1.01 1au nd t ore 09119n 119r
Iit un-delin by 1Ie 1-ae -dd .r .ndy hly, oft,, highad u
The I -eden Aquiferts I, m- -d primaily ofpereal hd to,
-h, dolom .1 o-f1 T I,age. In t9 nr1,1 e1ster .1 p n h ma II

:1-dIon A110e I, uder -- ,onditionsI -od e-eh .
reai e.y Impermeabl, 1lye t 101ent9 andth -1 t It IheI west
_9p 9r 11 I t9b19 condit1ons, Th1 Ilo1 dan II i 9 I- ehag

through 1-1-11ed 10911110 hIet1one1 -nd d 9l11te tt III0
sur-ace or9a1e -19, 19ne 99 by 9 1-hiay,9 ,1 ..d. Th9 Fl11dan A1uif-9
-] eevs ehrel ro stale perchd aqier lkes, and II-am ,h-r
th, imemal di-nl, supoti gt th-e -d-,re -Iv -ee brechdd
A-owm dowwad -1r-ao .1 1-,e Another -etho If recarg t.
the Iqu-, I, by dh inll Ito Pe truh t~he -~lly I~perIous
o-dy'mg -mets it h ao ae nguti [el, Rechag,


-pg, n,. I-ivr and up-ad over.lying -,ay aufr
The IIsIl- .ids mt wate frmt.. I pe p- r -1 t the 1-1-ortda Aquife m
III ..p Ie ae rdomatb --tu and -anamb--te Ind

,b-u 1000 parts lay r-e
The -e d. y artsia aqifers" -e -Id w llu the blyey n

Icu wtm th d-whr Io ato n 1h fo o thin dis-ont-.,u
-~soe olmtmd -11 s 1e 1, bes hitch -srruded by reGti-eb
i dire-l clyyd ady cla. '

-,b,,e I lowe -ha th Itble I tII ovelyting Id-mnt. it ...rcev
rechge fro. tdoe The ..ond~y artean aqifers IIIe II Ieh -edfo

FIo. dn i, hill", Iha the -Gento ctt sufc f thInI r atm


rlra lwrtihan that If t da- te theI pele d aquW.,




moedist-ed sohds.


a TI, -1 1, wh1 Iu n19 II Ind de, 01)01
ae pr-910 pri0rily 91 1 1191 9 .1 111e -p -Th9 w1-1 It a

Seupw ou1 per Tol n tion rom o111 1 r aqA s wi he 1r p ,lent metr qsa rates





990f 9g911 1hamon -h 9, 19.b A 9 ro 9loine 119i0 111 10,1 ed p1ayt
repagin o under-lyilg aquders when d te potent-omet cle sura of thl
underlying aquters s lower than 1he water table o the su-tecl and

atmosphere by ev1po-transp ration The quaL. y e 1 11the water wun
a11,11,0 a- 19 11 1. 1 I_ 1ids109

OUTCROPS OF INTEREST


1 Levy County Township 14S, Range 16E, Section 28 Northeast quarter
of Northeast quarterI DIte L-me & Stone Compny quarry 12 m-les -utl
Iammock on U S. 19. A sity dolomtte -wr ..t-edded t
reain and I -y hd id.. dolomite re d _h _ibot
of 1tliw1 1posu11 s ar-e rom the Avon Park Nime tone
2 CIu Counyl Townlp 17S. Range 16L. Section 11 Norths quarter
of Southeast quarter, Dohme quarry ust uh 1 Barge Canal on Us 19

Dolome nodules, 9 t1e crystals and e ds are abundant m excavated




99191 011111 d m e knd 1111 1te 119hi 9s locale 1t I 1 1 Uper
4 Uii C11ount Townshlp IS, Range 181, Secion 9 No thwes9 qte
oI Southwest quarter, 9 t1r9 a br 1dge on 1 214h1. 919 r, m10 rt
nterms a anatral bade w hisil_ t 79l A --nellwe1t1g oa lormed by

5 TUyon Count-y Townshnp 8S, Range 101, Setion 3, Northwest qu-
fl Northeast quarter, Iust oI Highway 5] at Stemhatche i ells A dolonnic
lens mlormally called tIh "Stemhatchee Dolomite Membr" .1 t0, Ocala
Group is expend m fie riveI bed and banks


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Clark. W Mlsg R. I Mcnkc. C G, Id Ca1 .1 11, 1964,

horinda I'lorida Geological Survey Report ol Investigation No 35,
170 p
,rard, 9 w, Jr, 1968. T 'he 9,olo oj TAU he a1 h 1-6. 647 dane
li huna C( oiiur Florar Masters Thesis$ Unlvrsny of I lorda. in




M 19is A 99, 9 ,9 I -d 9 1i,7 1 i 71 dilon Tle



Pur II S Yon J Ve Rnd Oe]9sby. 9 CW R. -,, / the,/ and ,1 rtI-,





.ll....r art I ti or dan Aqufler Flori Fld Florida Bi a ofI
P Ing1), 1 MapSei s No 14
9e5non R 1O 15 l1 ) ,-lo-l1' d e, 33 C 1156
",g-dgIal S1l9-91 B0IIhn 0 N. 33, 256 p
0111 9). 1 91970- The ho e e ra11 IIt Io
0)Iu .91 Gclg) B1k1t N. 51 164 1 9


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M A P S ERIES N O . 79 G A INFSVILLE + '''3 " 8 ------+-, '" \ d + ::J " 6 " 5 + , \ $ t ". \ " . t \ \ " 3 0 il' ____ + :.:;.:. " " 84 "OO' 2 10000mE 2 2200000 FE [ T ( N O R T H ) 2 4 2 6 2 7 29 3 0 '1 D E P A R T M E NT 01' NATUR A L RESOURCES BUREAU O F GEOLOG Y Th i s pubUc document was promulpted . 1 . tota l ro S I of $I, 99S.oo o r I per co py oo,t of S.80 rOT the pWPOJe of diueminatiJla l eolo&k: data . EXPLANATION o Clayey San d o Sand o L imlltone DOolomif. o Limn'one/Dolomite SUle , 250,000 CON TOUR 50 f EET WITI-i SUPP LEMENTAR Y CONTDUR S AT 25 FOOT INTE R VALS E NVIRONMENTAL G EOLOGY SERIES G AINESVILLE SHEET $[( TlOt;IZ[D T )WN,>H P I) 5 " 3 7 8 9 10 II 17 18 17 16 14 13 192021 324 30 29 28'17 25 31 U .:i1_l4 :') 36 tOW t
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f, MAP SER IES NO . 79 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY SERIES GAINESVILLE SHEET " S. FLOR IDA DEPARTMENT Of NATURAL RESOURCES BUREAU OF GEOLOGY 1978 INTRODUCTI ON l)eWlIOllmcnr of f ur "',S(' or Florid., nan". 1 reSOllrce , depend , UpOn a good "otkml' knowledjte of the Slate's u It rebre, 10 envlronmcntul M anagement decl5lolls must be ba$Cd adequate l\colo)!"c ed fields II.s hUllCd Ihat th i S rrup w.1I nOI o nl y serve the purpose fOI wlllch 11" Intcnd ed bul " 'il l a s a oose map fOI f utur c presenlallQn 01 r C lated data uf 3 more specia h ze d o . ioQ[ nalu.C The u]"male purpose of the envIJonmenl3 ] geoklt!y m.:Lpping p ,ollam is to msure of Ilo .. d as natura] resours wllh Ihe leall poS!!lble envlfo nnwnlal damage. Thu m,p prellenlS lco"",e dala In such 3 wa) ' it Can be under stood b y penons nOI lpeci:l lly Ifained In Ihe scien"" uf llC0!uto' ('ommon rock Iypes ,re shown as Ihey Our from jusl below Ihe 'S('IlllU,", 10 deplh s of e,pecled UK for muSI purposes Invohcd :lCf131 and IOpog'3pl.ic mlerllrelation 3nd fieLd 'NO.k [VUIt"'g qIUI,"'S. bonow pllS. calU l s, 103dcutsandOlhCl lock e'p<>sUles) 1 0 provide IheneSS3lydala POints Use was also made of all publishcd and unpubhshe d dala in Ihe file, o f Ihe FI :md:t DutCau of plus pubh.shed repOlIS uf Ihc U . S Geo l oalcal SUlv.:y and the US So.L('onsclvauon ScrVltt ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Sincere apptCcLl ll on Is " p.essed 10 Dr E. (' Pukle. 01 Ih e Unl"ersllY uf •• whu j(a .. c ur hi s time and geoloFtc loxlmately 4.725 Slluare mIles a nd h u a popuLat . o n denSLly of 38 peop l e per $quart m I l e. MOSI of Ih e land. however. contams fe"er res.dents than Ihe a.erage beC'lluse the populal1on IS concentrated around the major CIl1es The L970 census by county I,. Alachua' 104.164 wtlh 68'l> urban . Marion. 69.030 with 4 0.4 ';; ... rban. leV)' 12.756 w.th nO urban. Dnle -5.48 0 wilh no urban . Gltchml 3.551 wllh no urban ; T aylor -13.641 wllh 565';; ur\>.1.n. lafayetle -2,892 wllh n o urban ; Bradford 14.625 wllh 33 , 1-:f u.ban. a nd UnIOn. 8,L12 Wllh n o urban . By compallng the ]960 cenlU S with tile' 1970 cenrus • glowlh .ate fo r eac h roun ty has been a$I)Crlained. from Ihe wlcst populallOn incruse 10 Ihe lmalle.sl, lhe rates ale Alachua, 41.4'l1i: Union. 34,2';1': M3Iion. 33,7 'l-: Gllchlllt. 238'J..levy. 22,3':1-. Brad for d . 17 .S'l-; Ta y lor.J,6':J:andlafayelle.0 1<;1. IS the Wiest and fastnl po",n cily .n Ihe arca . L n 1970 pOpublion of 64..510 .nulted from a 1]7'). pop ... lallon mClUIle be tween 1960 and 1970. Gaincsvllle hn the dlSl1nCllOn of being lhe home o f Ihe Univ ers lly of ['lorida since 1853 Ocab ..... llh a pop ... blion of 22,583. IS lhe ne:>;1 IUlut CIty m the area and ILas had I 66'l IneIC3K In population f,orn 196010 1970, Some of Ihe olher impo.tant t o .... n s Ito'\th m ore than 1.000 populalion are Tlenton. Chttlland. ALachua. Cr oss ClIy. W,ltinon. Sluke.Newberry.lakeOutlcr.lIighSpllngS.liawlhorne.and Dunnellon Indus"y and TransportallOn-Beml a predominanrly luul alea. thc m:I}Or indul1lle s .tl e agllculture and forestry Thc prmclpaL crops pO"'n are ro.n. w31ermeloR$. peanuts. peppers. polalocs. cucumbers. and 10bacco Callk. swine. and pouluy fuming abo Important economic flclon in thi! di'1I1CI. L arge lIaeu of land. abundant WIth planled pmes and some native ILI".I>."""",, h .. ;" 'v "",ko for •• "y ma)oe cum,lb"."r I " ,,'" <>onu",y of II", k lea limcstone quarryIng opelallons ale also In eXl1l1ence. wnh 111011 of th e hmeSione bemg crushed and u sed as aggregate fOI IUlhway eonSlluction The lWO major fourLane hlghwa)'s traver s mg Ihc area are I nterstate 75 and U S Highway]9 Inlentalc 75 IS a north SOuth rOUIC wh.ch trOSIle' Mall on Counly nCar Ocala and Ala chua County n e ar GaInesvil le, U . S Highwa y L9 IS a lso a nOllh-south lOUIe an d more or less parallels Ihe eout line throll g h l evy. DIXie. and Taylor counllCS . NUmerous o lhcr state a nd road s c . iss"",oss Ihe nup area The cmes 3S well u most of the rural areal are llerved b y railw,y, and bu S hne , Th l l d lst,icl has Ihe d'SllnC\lon of hav.ng the first crossstne railr o ad hn e I n 1860 the rlonda hnked on the eUI roast. with Cedar Keys on the "est Com"",,,,,,L au KrVI Is In GaInesville and Oab and Iher e arc stycral smalle l npofl' In Ihe rural eommunillesof lhe' area Cllmlle-The .YCl age ,nnual lemperalure for th e area tsapPloxlm.:Ltcly 7to I' wilh July and AUluS! bein g the holtul monlhs, The aYCI:,tgc annulL is apP loslmalely 49.S in ehe's. bul d.frtu malbdly from yea. 1 0 yur. The record fo. rainfall 0 ..... a 24hou. pe.iod tn FlorMb i s held b y Yanktflown. located on lhe roast In southwest L cvy County, Thi, municipalil Y rrce l ycd 38 7 inehes of lalnbll o n Septrmber 195 0 SInn' L888 I h b Irea hal had six lepolted hUII=ncs come ashorc on ItiGulf GEOLOG I C D ISCUSSION Surface depoms of WUI ocnllal flolida Ue mostly hmeSlOneJ wh",h resulted from m3T1fte depOSitIOn dUllng IIIe Eocene epoch (deposited fl o m 581036 mllh o n ye;ou ago) and th e Ol"ocene epod! (deposited f.om 36 to 25 mtloon years :0;0) Theil: IImestones.tle by Mlo<;c:ne 10 reeeni $lInds a nd days (depollled f . o m 25 million yea" ago 10 prescnl) of nrbble Ih l c k nesses w.th Ihe I"ghland alCai bei", compolled of • considenbly thicker soequenoc. Mosl of Ihe upo5'"d limeno n e belongs 10 the ble Eocene Ocala Group. a llhough. In Ihe VIC,"lIy of Gulf H a mmocl: IIle're expOStl l es o f Ihe Late Middk Eocene Avon P;uk l Imestone. The Avon Park LImestone is the o ldest o .... croppmg fo.mallon in FlOIi 31C3 Ihe A von P ark lImestone W U apparently d olo mlHted su bsequent 1 0 de,lOSIIIOn.lhu$ m akinl it velY drfficult 1 0 rccognl>!e foSS.11 and struct urellndl\::lUv e ofa parll cula renvlfonmenl. On eroS!! KCllon COC' Ihe L ow e r connnuous dolomm bed ali d some of the lime sto n e -dolomLle beds In soulheIM Counly arc al5OCL3red w.lh tile' Av on P ark llmeslone. nlC hmestone-dolom .1e hthology is upolled i n parll of l evy. Dixit. 3n d Taylor ooun ll es ScI'" equaled w.th IllIs lilh ology mean, Iha! fo. a n y g iYen lo,)Clhly I ype o f Olbonat e rock that iscncountered will n r y from a 10 a and WIll uhibll d.fft.in, depee, of lIOn, I n Lev) ' County Ihe hmellone40lomtt c hthoio&r is aSSOCl3ltd wllh II", I nghs ' o rmallon. one of three s trolleraphle umrs witilln Ihe G.oup ThIS fOlnullon SUIIOUndS the Avo n P ark limestone in outcrop paltern an d " tecngnlzed p llm all l y by 11. a bund a nt echi n o id rauna, I n SOUlh"'eSlern D,x", Counly and arollnd Ille Sleinhatehee River a d olo mll e lenK occurs In Ihe !x\sal seCllon of the Upper Ocala Crystal r OlmaltOn, Thl1l ]enlle I S InfolmalLy telmed Ih e S te lnh:ttcllCe d o lomll e m e mber and O UI' ClOpS conlmuous l y Jlong Ihe COlned. dl3lky. po.ous. crum colored IIme$lone wh.d, conr"ns many larSI foumlnlfcu and mollusks . On Ille C'OS!! KctlOns Ihe (',yslal RIver and 'i{.!h s l o n wilh IIIC lime stone Lttho ] ogy I ymg elosr: to Ihc The IInwSlonc lilhOlOly .... lIh Ihe Suwannee C 'OP$ Olt In soulhCtn Columb .... and SuwanMe counti es .nd . s a hud. c",am 10 yello w. ma$5lVc. chalky wilh numelOus echinolds The hrn. S lones Ihroughoul th e map area are j(enerally vcry high In calcIUm conlenl Ihe hmestone h as been S ih elfltd and The daley s.nds over l YlIIg 'hc Terllary Ltmestones and fOlmlng much o t Ihe I"ghland In north cenlral are co mmonly usoclaled wilh stdnTlcnts of Mloc < ne age M ore speCIfically. a Mio""ne unit lhe Hawthorn 10rmallO n e>.po.cd on th e map m Ih e n O rthUSI quadrant and In of Maflon Counly The lbwthom IS of l dIv erS(: hlho L og .c n31ure [I.S composed of mlCrbedded u nd s . clayey !.'Inds. sandy cbys. d o lomlle s. and whICh a.e all Inte.mhe d with phosphate pains of v:LIlabk s I zes The Hawlho.n . s r e presr:nlCd on eross US ' n clayey I3nds COllla" "ng lenscs o f IImeslonel and dolomItes, TheSo! knses of caroonate and ebsllc scdlnwnt pin c h-OUI over Ihe Ot;l b l Imeston e 1M wh,at I S 3 decpl y 'IOlullOne d aVlly in 11le' v)ci nil y of Oranle L ake. TIIC H awlhorn in pemnS lbr Ilullda i s thoughl 10 be blge l y a lesull of near sho.e manne deposl\lOn dull"!/. MlQCf:ne IImc, The' ebyey RInds which crop OUI in GlkhllSi. ALaclnu. 3nd Levy COUnl JeI belong to !tIC Alachua Formal1on. TIle' Alachu3 . s of Ul'pel MlOCCne . possibly Pliocene age. an d like Ih e llawlllOln iI of a vcry dive.sc hlllOlOilY. I t Ii J of "'nd s. cla)ey san dI. and sandy cb)'s The Abchua hal been m in ed i n man y In tile m.p 31(3 fOI the hald .ock phosphalC that IS commonly foun d In 115lowcr The fine t o And! 3nd SlI15, which l imo s l Ih e enllre nup ilCa. a r e 3.$5.lCI31ed wtlh Phocene and PlelS!one In level sland" TheK san ds "ere o nl y mapped "hele Ihey h . d lI!3lntd an thIc kness 131 8 IIJ 10 feet) The hmeston , thloughou l lhe map Brca 11 u t e nSlveLr pinnacl e d h<-CllLse <:of and oUlero!', of lh e 101' o f Ih " hmu.one ate YUllable In eLc"allo" Th e 10WCI elevatIons. th e coas tal '1<3$, have m ore conSlstenl OUlcrops of hmestone than the upl a nd ar e a s. D o l01!UlIla1l0n and mJl;c hmc sIunes 1M somc areas mOre ,es""nl t o dllsolullQn An example 0 1 II", can be S(en weSI of GaIneSVIlle and In some arCaS of Mallon ('ounly w\"re reS Idual SIl icIfied hmest ol\c boulder s ca n be seen e mbeddcd In a cla y ey sand m,tllx a mOle de ep l y bUlled hmeslone 5urlacc T he oll]':ln31 hme s ton e surfaee havinLl bee n Ihe more reSlSlanl rnalelbls a r e Ihen lefl at s urfa ce . Apparenlly. the karSt sur face has been developln:.; from M lOccnc t o Reco.>nt lirncswh e n Ih e hmeslone rurface W3$ Ka leveL and eXllOSCd 10 W Ullle'lIn i an d solU\lonln g aLlents Subsequent S(aievcllTansglCSllonS3lC lesponSlble fo. much of the dolomlliu \Ion and arc>!. such Gulf H ammock . may have existed as .Ulstant hmeSIQne 'Slandsateena," tomes. PHYSI OGRAP U Y TIle' J'lorid3 pemnsula has been dIvided into three distinCI geomorph I C zones b y Whllt (1970) zon es • • e Ihe nOllhern o . prdx i mal zone. the centra l or midpcnruular zone. and th e southern 01 dlSt31zone TIoe map area fallS pllrn:I.fILy into the nt,,1 zone. w.th Ihe northeastern $CetlOn duectly north"'esl .md eaSI of GalllesvilLc belongm, to lloe nonhern zone. o.,IactellslIcally. Itoe niTa] zone IS I Krics of .idgellnd which run s parallel to lhe pc.lnsub COmlco TI", SII""r IIluff is considered 10 be 31 an dcvatlon of to feet on 101lULl.aphic map s, In levy ('ounl )', the Silver Bluff terrace I S assocl;lled wllh a n>:Ist:t1 manh belt ThlS manh belt. from lhe WlIhlacooch .. e RIver Valley lowlands 10 Ihe Suwannee R.vc. Valley Iowbnds. .s cumposed p"madly o f Plei s l oce ne to reeent mallne scIunny uf Cuw C.cek and Sanla , c RIVer Til ... "I Ih c IbiS 11\ Glld"iSl ('uunl)' flO", a sand to dale)' so.llld . I n ",uSI c"n1' n."iaule l"o""Sse. whll ... PUfI Yon . and O!!k,b) 119671 behe.ed Ihal IIIJrlll, pr"...:.,.,swer. L U(at,' d 10 Ihc nullhwesl "I lhe , lals In ('UUlll) ' IS Itnl<'lIuIIC ,hdl wllh til<' ]'erraee ti5 to 100loot ekvatLunl Ih,1 I s e,lIed Ihe Cluo:tland lnnestt)ne P lalll In Ihe "'<1"") of Ihc hnW!lO nc has bern inlv a prubab l y b) IIIarine p",e.:I!C1 during Wic"mku ,,",e 3nd low aJe,s IllIed in w.th lil'll: dale) san d s JIISI soul h uf (,hICtland rio,' IIme .. un, plain I S d". ded b) ' 3 bke namcd l ,, "): Pund In w,'Slern ("ldIllS I and easteln LlI\IC cuunllC' til<' ('hk'lland 11 b) ' a fallly llal undcrlaln al a wlY IIlalluw d .. plh b ) ' hme.ronc iklw,-cn IIIC ('hio:lland l,meSIU,,", PI3 in and Ih e Fb.,. .n Gl l c h ... 1 Counl )'. is a Llh)J1Uj(.apllic I Caiure kn u wn as Bcll RId!!". TIllS I S aelllally a !Cries t)f "'nd Inlls In ck>':lllOns "urn 80 10 100 feet aoove me3n le>tl On Ihe mJp they arc leprcsenled b )' Ihe ",,>0,1 In holugy frum tllC luwn of Bell In nunl"'3Slelly and soutll usterly d .... ct""\I, Thc'" sa nd hill, m3) ' h"e orl)tin:t.cd:t. anulTshorf barr",. cll3ill Ihe 1I.00ks,ilk durin,; WIcomico tim<: 1 he ('elliral n l en d SOUlh ffUm the nuTlhe.n of lhe 1l,,,,,ts,,lk 10 ( ;,.II cl,,11o and II IS .ep.u"nled b) cumpu,., d ,uo,nlbll) of and e b ys and Iowbndl m:ldc UI' 01 , .. Iubk hn ... slu.IO,$. featules in thc ll ",h land s Ihe and \VUlern Valk" HIgh SPII"I!S Gap. ])un""]]",, Gal>. ll"",ksvllk Rld )!c. I 31Ificld Ihlli. Sumlc, Upl:tnd Ocala H,]]. Martd Ihl l and ('ollun The Br""ksvl]]e I S a 11II,'ar tea ture abvut 110 mIles Ion); Ihal .s dIVIded 11\10 1"1,1 ..:ctiulls br Ihe \\ ' ilhIJrouchec Rlvcr at I)unncll"n The n""I".rll I",r",," wllld. run s Ihrough Ihe m,1' IS some 50 m.les 3nd Ya.ICS III wldlh frum 4 to 6 tnl!.' '' The I S rotnllUSCd ot a pre domlllalli !ks>lILe RldllC to form ])unnc]]on TI", I alfllCld U,lIs C\lend lOme 20 miles fro m soulhe.n Al:lell ... 3 ('00111) ' inl o nurthweste", Maltun On Ihe en"ronmenlal map 11111. fUlIlrt can be b y Ih e darey gnd III nUllh ... eSlcrn ('uunl) Olhtr IIIniJ.:1f fea .... rcs ro Ihe soulh ul the f a .. nel d Hill . a,,' tit , Oe:tlJ Ihlls "artd U ,ll The O C3b 1I,]]s 9 miles llOuth",SI".Id from Ihe Clly o f Ocala M 31le l IILI! I", . JU" IWl> nl1le$ soulh of Ihe H ills White 11970) Ih3t Ihese real ... rcs "CrC rcmnants 01 a fUlmer wide SI''''a d hljlhbnd. preKrved flom leducllon by dISSOlllllonb) ' ove rl) 'III/lrehelroas13lfealure s DLlec tl) ' Wel l uf lla!1cl ]JIll il a sand) ' feature known as Ihe COllon Planl Rldgc LIS lenl!lh IS abuut 16 nllte s ,nd II altams a WIdth of aooul 5 mIlt s On map s Illl s area to be J dune Ikld, bul its Ollentat lon .s contrary t o Olher dun31 fC31ures \II Ihe area AdJ,celll 10 Ihl s and formmg Ihe l owe r areas l u the cast I S Ihe Sumter Upland The W es lcrn and ('enlral Valle ys ale re""Llntled on the envITon"",ntal mal' as being Ihe 31ea5 of hmest o n e KpaJaled by the sands of laITrICld IlLlIs wtth Ihc lVeS lern V3Uey w nlinuln g u n 10 Ihe HIgh Springs These IWO vallc)'s arc connectcd b y 3 physiographIc ttalure known ClOSS V alley . Thi , fealure .tOlnS Ihe northern end of Ih e V311ey t o Ih e WeS l e rn Valley belwn the no.thern eSllemlt) of th t \-aufi c ld Ihlls and Ih e cily of TIllS arta I S known 'IS P aynes P lalf.e ,nd i s o n tlte e nvi. o nmental map IS LimeSlone More atturaldy • • h ou,h. Ihe limest o n e i n Paynu IS bUlled bene a lh about 6 1 0 10 feCi of RInds a nd cla)'s w!lh some lesidual hmestone al surfae<' VerllOn f I9S]) called lhe' V au",y In levy. Alachua. ,nd GllchllSt coun l ics Ih e \VilliSlo n limestone Pia," . Norlh of the AlaehlJ.:! lake ClOSS Valle y and CO>'enng l he .eglOn t o the north"ut a nd eaSI o(GaineS"ILe is lloe NO!lhem Ihghlands E xposu res on Ih e map in II", No.thern IIlghbnds are pllmalilr cb)ey $lIndi . bUI III Ih e 11""1 valky l owbnds. Trail R.d ge. and the Abchua Counly aren. medlumfine sand i s Ilrcdom,"an l Trail Ridge. II a lehCI hll oral fcaiurc andlsrcl'reso;::nledby l hesandhillOIOSytnthecxtremenollhe3ltern co.ner of Ihe mal ' The rIven t10 wlng Ihrough the Nonl",rn H.ghbnds usuaUy h"e de pos tted IllIck arrounts of ITl'dlUm 10 fine san d and SlIts on Ihell t100d pbins and c mbankments. In mOst CIICl. 1$ the II\'CTS now nut of the N o.thern onlO a lImcsl o ,", Itrrain they have, lendenq' to .nCIK themsc l.es Thi s I S wdl txempl ir",d b)' Iht Santa re Rivel al O'leno Sute P ark In ColumbI a County TIIC Santa f e RIver dl$llppear s fo llow s , rou.1Ie reappearl", several mIles 1 0 Ihe south The San" Ie River. h o wever. hu,n aban doned su.f3ce channel bet"'een Ihe points o f disappearane<' and reappe3/ance . The nows III Ilu s ch,nnel al times of very higll waler Al I arm In n o rthern GIlchllst County. 311 assembla,e 01 MlOocne,nd Pliu{\!1IC.' I .. "nubl >1::rrcbrale rem:lm l ,,-etC fou nd I n Ihe eb)ey ands of lit e I u rmalion . ThIS a ind ica lion I hal a t least pailS of Ih e H"h area were above sea le"d dUllng MlOCC,", lime wele belli, ,u"ounded b) ' an of tilt m :lfl ne sedlm .. nts T he", may Iuyc becn conneCled 1 0 form a small ,ICntnrula whidl jUlII<'d Ihe larllCl tvnti""nl t o th e n o rth In Ihe v l eln l1r of Tal lahassee Seve,,1 Icrre strul Mi<:>e.:ne remain s ha'" alII<> been found "ound Thro u gh, OUI M iocc,", l ime Ihe C'llUscd limc$lo""s w.,re bemg ... duce d b y crosion and d'$$Olulton . PllUo::<:nePldslQnc scas transgressed IheOcala ul'hflarUailcllng Ih e ck"ated Ihoo::<:ne scd,nlcnts wtth Ihe f o rmallon of $llo.thncs and oftsilolC b.ln T t.r limestone plallll beeam, bgoons 3nd offlll o le areas , The llruoksvllk Ihdj(e as 11 In Ihe map area 1 $ an eXo::<:llent exampl e of Ihts pruC'\:ss The core 0 1 Ihe Ildjle i s composed of IlCdimenli. which were I"ubab!) ' dellUSilcd In 3 eoaSla l bgoon or brackIsh mcr, The We1llern and Cul f ('oaslal 1 0"lands pro\>.1.bly """.e boundaTics 10 IILlS IUlme III Iht carl) M lu,-.:m A S progTcsscd slllroundlllg IImeslone plain s WCle ,cdllc.:d I U , l o wcr clcv a ll o n Ihan the Mlocclle !CdlmcnlS lhc Pho ' Plcis lu e.:nc seas Ihen co'cred the and Slntt Ihe Mlottnc elasllcs werc al a hlj!.hcr cic'","on the) ' "ere encr oache d upon and hllOrall'lo""sscS fOlmedolflllOIC oorsandUlher coasta l featurn ECONOMIC GEOLOGY Mosr uf IIIC area I",lTelO.:llted b ) ' map has largt reSCIVC$ of h"h qU3hl) ' IImeilone , li ard rock an d ]X'bbLe phosphale IlTeVlOUsl)' been mined in ]).JIIS ul Alachua. Gilthllil. l ev) ' and M3TlOn cou nt ,..s There ,Iso aloSIl50tsandllllnedlooll)' . L.meSlun. quall)'lnJ arc. or ha"., been . m nis,,'nce In all of Ihe ""unl;"s "I,,,, 15 .. :d O ... arr) lUg i s nornl311y C'IIrrlCd UUI b) ' the us<' uf dr""lin,: s and b) ' blasllng . Th e hmesto n e .. Itr;manl) ' "M'd fOI r ..... d 11;1 .. ' m.1lerul and nnnwlous small qU3111tS 3Ie lu IIIt:h ... '3) ' S I) ulumlle and dolum.tl C alSO min,'d an d ,,!Cd for ro;od base m31cr",1 at: ..... uhural lUll condlliOl"'". and som,tmK'S as in I,ho.pha l e dCI>ums ale 1.,...,led wllinn Ih .. cla)t r 5;lnd s of Ihe lIawlhc'n I orlllatll>n In th e n O/lhea.lern polllOn of Ihc mal' 3 1U The!C dC]'u"l$ aI<' ''''<'1,1)' buried and 10 c,,,act them by I"escm milling methuds ",ullid be e,unumILall) unfeas.ble liard roc k phosphate OCCurS at thc ba!C uf AI.d.IIJ I ""l1a """ "h,,,h i. oil Ihe n"p i.>y '''e d.y") ... IId hlhu l,,)'.) Irom G l k hllSl and Alachua counllCS l ev)' and ltarldn The 11 .. 1 JlIempl al mining Ilebbk phosphalC In 11,)lId, look ne.If Ille l o wn of Ibwlhmne In 1883 3nd hard lOCI: l,ho'l)hal, Was IlrSI III,",'d Dllnnellon In 1890 11\ Ihe paSI ha,d ruck phu.phalc ",'as mm e d Ihere II al lh e presenl n o .... Inj( mIned 11\ the mal' area Sand I S a bnnd.lI1t Ih e d,slrtcl wnh Ihe fUllnd on B",,,ksvllk II IS mIned L ocally and used tm cunstruetlUn.nnntal, flal.andasphatr Lu nonite <>e,' ur" t)'tr much mJp 3nd the Iinckncucs and di smbullUn I>t lh e del",.,1S are varuble Several outcrops of hmumte npo"",d )11.1 "e'l of (,hlelhnd and 10 Iota l $Uur<'Cs the " ' as bl' Ihf ('onlederaq' during Ihe B el"'een Slalcs fmuselnlheIJrudUCl;onofllon. 011 h" .... ""I been plOduttd 110m 3 n y of I h e Ih ill )'r1ve "dIs i n IILe map arn GROUND WATER GIOUnd Watrr ;1. Ihe subsurface "aIe l in I he lone of salu.atlon, the lOne In which all mlcTSI;I",1 spates are r.Ucd "llh water . Once w3tel has InlO the zonc of saluralion. 1\ mO''eS under the tnt1uence uf pavlt) t o "'3rd plactS 01 d.scharGe lOch as spllngs. " clls or bku The medium wh i ch lIansports subsu rf3 IS c:Jlled an and 1$ defined as a lone belo'" the surfate Ihal will y ",ld "ale r 10 "elis m sufficielll quan1L1y to be eCOllOml cally Impollanl The IWO major types of aq uifer s arc th., unconfIned aquifer. which I S m dlfCCI contJel ''ertl e all) ' with Ih e ulm ospll<'re Ihr o u g h open pore spaccs Or pores. and Ihe connned "'Iulfer. which IS separ a ted 110m Ih e JlmOSphele b) ' Icbl1,el) In.perme,ble s t rata AnOlher Iypc of u '!nllcl IS the I'elchcd aqUIfer. whtt\ •• s an Isol31ed co nlaininll wound whose pumlOn IS j!:ovcrncd by strallgral'hy 01 Sirucillfe The ['[o"d,n Aqullcl I S Ihe pr m c ljlal "utel b<'mn g unl! In Ih e map 31U and c h,racI ' artesi3n aquifel. The seco ndar ) ' alln",n aquifer dlSCh,a.geS water InlO Ille I lo l idan AquifCl in much Ihe Ame manner. When Ihe po tenllOmelllC SUlfa", o f Ihe I'loridan i s ' O"'er Ih:tn l ha l o f Ihe secondary artuun lhe perche'd aqulf e . di sclLargu InlO thor rlolidan AqUIfer The amounl of "'alcr whieh ClIn be pumped flom a ",condar) ' arlCSllln :oqu.fer IS much less rhan fro m th eflorid3n. but .... ould plobabl y be e n oujl h for small dom<:stk SUpplLCI Thr quahly of the w alCI flom Ihesc aqulfel$ I S .nferlOr 1 0 Ihe FIo.idan as lhey contain mOlt so lid s. The waler 'able aqu.fers wh",h OCCUI in the su.ficla l sand rltPOSlI S prr",nl pllm3nl) In tloe h",hlands of Ih( map ar ea . T he waler !able :III Ulfcl rech"'jle 3lmoS! enllle[y from lainfall and 1 0 a k:ucr b) ' upw3fd pcloobtlUn from lower 3qulfe r s wlICn thcir polenliomclrtc s urfa\-es 3re hijl.her Ihan Ihc wate. lable. Water from Ihi, aquifer i. di scharj!:ed by '.:'('P"ll< 1111<.> und<'rl) 'l"" aqulfcrs wh e n the polcnliulll<'uk s urfaC<' t)1 Ihe aqlllr.u I' 1o,,'C. Ihan Ih e " ':Iler o f Ihe s .... r1rial sand aqu.fel Water is 31so dl1dta'jl.ed int o bkes. Slleaml. wdls. 3nd lust It) Ih e almuspherc b r e ... quahly of Ihe .... iIllln IllIs 34uII"r IS conSlde .... d 10 be pool beeau", of the h;"h uf ,nd acids OUTCROP S OF I NTEREST t. l evy ('ounl)' Townsh.p 14S. R ange 16E, SeellOn 28 NortheaSI quarler of qualtel. L.me &. Ston e Company quarry 12 mIle, south of Gu l f llammock o n U . S 19, A lIlly dolomile with mterbedded pla nt lema .nl and a v..) hard dCIl!C dulumlle al I h.s luca L e IIUIIL ut' thell' are Ilum Ih, Avon P,rk lillle.tone 2 CitrllS ('uunty TownshIp 1 7S. [{anl!c Ib!.. Secuon II N,"lh"-.:st '1"arter ul Suutheasl quarter. Dohm' 'IU311Y Just SUUlh 01 on U S 19 Dulumiw nodules. c:JIC\te ITystals and ect nn uids ,rc ,bllnd,nl \II e"ay,ted al<',1 lhc duloml1c and hm"slune lrum IllIs l ucale ,,,. IrOIll Ihe Luw,'r Ocala Gr"up J Dldc ('uunty T "wn.11I1' 8S. Seeti<:>n IS 0 1 Soulhwell n,lural o n Stetnh,lchee Rlvel Y, mIle "urlh ur U S 1 9 , T he ('Iplal R ... I ormatlQn IS e xposed \II Ihe r]"'r b,nks and fmmt a nalural bnd!!e IhlS loc3 1 e A ,uod ...... "'k lor Upper 0c:J1:I mullu5ks and cclunoids 4 i)mun ('uunl ) Town.hlp 6S. R311$C 181 . Section 9 NUrlh west , 1/,, r.,,,,, (i""d,,,,,,,I,,. 1 1",/",,, CUlm"'. fkxldll M ast,'IS ThcslS. Unt ..... rSlI)' uf IloTlda . in 1'''''1 r W. 1961 . 11.',<,,,,/110,,,,,,,,,'0' '-'J 1/'" (""lUI(' ""d /,r",,,,dh',,,,, H. .. ""r,,s '-'J (01,,,,,, .. ,, 0"",,,. Iluriw Ilu rida (;eo IOj:I,al Sur,,,,) [(",>Oil uf Nu. 30. 74 I' , \"",i,. A. 1975. n't' flu";"" 1'1751'171> 151h 1 \1",,,,, The ('",IlI'all) ' . Talbha., .. ,,. I lunda 647 " P llklc. I . ('. h. L956. ,\,,',. ,'" I'III,WK'''I,II;' "'"mr""J , 1/".-1",(1("""" /fund" J o ur .. I I"rlda u/ S,"''', .... '' 19 I' 168 182 . P Ull. II S. ,nd V,rllun. R 0 .. 1964. . • oJ II" (,',,,/01(1 oj I/u m/(1 QII"" "",d(hook 10 /Ile C/Q1JIC Elposurer I IUlILb 11I",'au ul Ge"l,,!!) SllClwll'lIbh,ahun No 5 u,vl",d) Pun II S. "mI. J IV. ,nd II'. • (''''/''1('' "J /)i,1.. ""d (",,,JiltS /I""d" J'ldnda IIlv ul (;colu):) \3l1l1clln N" 49. ISS l' Sh,\IIPUk' W . J . 1965 [Revlscd 19751. I)"'u/I,,) Solid. 11/ h'a/" Jrulll ,I", (/'f'I" 1'"" vi /1". f1I)1',dQ!, AqUlJer I" FlorrJa r 101lda Bwtau of (;"ul"l= rM'I'SCllcsNu 14. Vnllull. [{ O. L951. (''''"utI' "I (11m. "1I(11. rl,), C'''"'''.S . Humla (:cul .... il"'l Sur ..... )'.IIII[[elin No , 33. 256 p WIlli". IV A .. 1970. T/o<' /;rl>",.J/'I'"r.Nul(l uJ '"r HIJI',d" 1'('",,,$1"" U ,,"'all ul (;eolUj!:) ' lIulklin Nu, 51.164 I ) !L . . " D-.'IM __ Sil. D c"'",-. _s-trCloY .'-0-" _ l----....... "


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