Bedrock topography of Ohio by E. Mac Swinford

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Published by Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey in Columbus .

Written in English

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  • Geology -- Ohio,
  • Ohio -- Maps, Topographical

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Statement[compiled by E. Mac Swinford]
SeriesGeoFacts -- no. 1
ContributionsOhio. Division of Geological Survey
The Physical Object
Pagination[2] p. :
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Open LibraryOL15236086M

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The shaded bedrock-topography map of Ohio depicts the confi gura-tion and elevation of the bedrock surface. In southeastern Ohio, the bedrock surface coincides with present-day land-surface topography and is depicted by earth-tone hues to represent elevation Size: KB.

County bases composited in 's. Bedrock-topography compilation dates range from to These maps are useful for regional overview, but the information portrayed has been superseded by the ,scale bedrock-topography maps.

Black-and-white xerographic copies. Each map is $ Please order by county and OF number. The shaded bedrock-topography map of Ohio depicts the confi gura-tion and elevation of the bedrock surface. In southeastern Ohio, the bedrock surface coincides with present-day land-surface topography and is depicted by earth-tone hues to represent elevation intervals.

In glaciated western and northern Ohio, the bedrock surface is buriedFile Size: 2MB. Bedrock Geology and Bedrock Topography GIS of Ohio: New Data and Applications for Public Access.

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Map showing bedrock-surface topography of the Toledo area, northwestern Ohio and southeastern Michigan: Series title: Miscellaneous Field Studies Map: Series number: DOI: /mf Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: 1 map ;56 Bedrock topography of Ohio book 84 cm., on sheet 76 x cm., folded in envelope 30 x 24 cm.

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OBTAINING A BEDROCK-TOPOGRAPHY MAP The Division Bedrock topography of Ohio book Geological Survey has prepared open-file bedrock-topography maps at a scale of(1 inch equals 2, feet) for most minute quadrangle maps in Ohio. These maps have bedrock-topography contours of 20, 25, 50, or feet; most show the data that were used to make the map.

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6 (Middle Kittanning) coal bed, structure contours on base of No. Ohio's bedrock of sandstone, shale, and limestone was formed during the Paleozoic era some – million years ago. The oldest limestone rocks are found in the Cincinnati anticline, a ridge of sedimentary rock layers about 3, ft ( m) thick that extends from north to south in west-central Ohio.

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the southernmost known extent of glacial ice in Ohio. Topography in the glaciated portion of Ohio is smooth compared to the highly dissected, unglaciated part of Ohio.

The glacial boundary in eastern Ohio is farther north than the boundary in western Ohio because the erosion-resistant bedrock hills in eastern Ohio impeded southward glacial. Bedrock Geologic Map of Ohio. Software applications have developed for the extraction and plotting of ,scale bedrock- and bedrock-topography maps for.

The Statewide Aquifer Mapping Program's (SAMP) primary product is a series of GIS coverages that delineate aquifer boundaries and thickness, quantify yields, and standardize naming for all of the significant bedrock (consolidated) and glacial (unconsolidated) aquifers in Ohio.

Components of bedrock. Bedrock essentially refers to the substructure composed of hard rock exposed or buried at the earth's surface; an exposed portion of bedrock is often called an k may have various chemical and mineralogical compositions and can be igneous, metamorphic or sedimentary in origin.

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An ODNR map of "Bedrock Topography" shows what Ohio would look like if everything atop the underlying stone were removed - with a rainbow of colors showing the elevation of the bedrock. The Teays River Valley is clearly visible, as well as other fascinating features now long-buried.

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You precisely center your map anywhere in the US, choose your print scale for zoomed-in treetop views, or panoramic views of entire cities. The Ohio map was produced using overdata points as control for the bedrock‐topography lines [Swinford, ]. Ground‐moraine dominated areas have a shallow DTB, the Ice‐deposited Wisconsinan‐age ridge moraines generally have a medium DTB, and limited areas of deep DTB are largely the results of deep bedrock valleys filled with Cited by:   “The bedrock-surface component is one of the products resulting from a multiyear effort by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, to map the bedrock geology of Ohio.

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The plateau extends southward into western West Virginia, eastern. The Saluda Member is about 60 ft (18 m) thick in the Madison area but thins to 14 ft (4 m) in Decatur County and to 9 ft (3 m) in Wayne County (Brown and Lineback, ; Gray and Burger, ).

This northward thinning is mostly complemented by a corresponding thickening in the rest of the Whitewater Formation (Gray and Burger, ). n areas buried under a thick layer of Quaternary sediments, bedrock depth and topography are important.

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In some places in western Ohio the buried valley of the Teays River is more than feet deep but no hint of it is visible on the flat surface of the landscape. The advance of the Illinoian glacieryears ago continued the modification of the Ohio landscape, eroding bedrock and older sediments and depositing sediment as it melted.

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