3 edition of Geologic Map of the Worthville Quadrangle, North-Central Kentucky. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|2||US Geological Survey Geologic Quadrangle Maps -- 1265|
nodata File Size: 3MB.
The Kope Formation, which overlies the Point Pleasant Tongue in the Ohio Valley, extends into Indiana, where it is overlain by the Upper Ordovician Dillsboro, Saluda, and Whitewater Formations Brown and Lineback, 1966which are lithologically similar to equivalent strata in Kentucky. The Ordovician is the oldest system that crops out in the State, and the base is not exposed.
It consists of brownish-gray bioturbated calcilutite and calcisiltite and characteristically contains abundant stromatoporoids and sparse but conspicuous ostracodes. OCLC Number: Notes: Relief shown by contours and spot heights. The geologists contributing to the survey of Ohio in and made a few comments but no lengthy discussions on drainage changes. --Area of outcrop of Upper Ordovician strata in Kentucky shaded.
8 percent P205 present as carbonate-fluorapatite. -The Drakes Formation consists of four members: Rowland, Preachersville, Bardstown, and Saluda Dolomite Members.
The normal pool level of the Kentucky River below Lock No. State Geology USGS Publications Ore Deposits. Contour intervals are in feet. In south-central Kentucky, it is locally cut out by the unconformity at the base of the Devonian rocks.
Title: Geologic map of the De Mossville quadrangle, north-central Kentucky [A digital rendition of this product is ]• The elevation of Carrollton, the county seat, is 485 feet. Recommended hone canning books and guides; Scroll down this page and you will see the aall of thoses in Lexington and North-central Kentucky, sorted by county. The Bardstown Member, which makes up Geologic Map of the Worthville Quadrangle a small part of the total Drakes, is composed of fossiliferous limestone in irregular or nodular beds thinly interbedded with fossiliferous or sparsely fossiliferous shale.
Includes text, columnar section, and location map.
,Fifth annual report on the paleontology of the state of New York: New York Geological Survey, Annual Report 5, p. The shale beds commonly have sharp contacts with the limestone beds. Named from exposures along Beech Creek, Green Co.
Download the GeoPDF map file and send it to a local printing. The Fairview ranges in thickness from 40 to 130 ft.