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dc.contributor.author Pavey, Richard R
dc.date.accessioned 2017-01-25T20:01:27Z
dc.date.available 2017-01-25T20:01:27Z
dc.date.issued 2014
dc.identifier.citation Pavey, R. R., 2014, Three-dimensional surficial geology of the Milan quadrangle, Erie and Huron Counties, Ohio: Columbus, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey Geological Note 8, 25 p. en
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/2022/21212
dc.description.abstract The Central Great Lakes Geologic Mapping Coalition (now the Great Lakes Geologic Mapping Coalition or GLGMC) was formed in the late 1990s between the USGS and a network of state geological surveys which border the Great Lakes. The GLGMC was tasked with creating innovative three-dimensional (3-D) mapping, models, and other means for displaying the complex near-surface geology common to these states. These 3-D products, along with associated databases could be used to assist decision-makers on projects including geologic hazards, groundwater, mineral industries, and land usage. The Milan 7.5-minute quadrangle (Erie and Huron Counties) in north-central Ohio was chosen as one of the pilot projects for this program. The Milan quadrangle is transitional in origin and includes glacio-lacustrine, shoreline, alluvial, and glacial processes making for extremely complex series of depositional environments. A number of data sources including water well log data, engineering boring logs, NRCS soil surveys, theses, and prior reports were used to compile a series of maps using ESRI ARC-GIS tools. Each identified geologic unit or zone was identified and displayed as a discrete body. The origin, composition, and geomorphology of each body are thoroughly discussed herein. The entire sequence of overlapping units is represented as a geologic map and cross-section at scale of 1:24,000. The geologic map is accompanied by both a bedrock topography and drift thickness maps. A thick, elongated body of sand in the center of the mapping area was identified as a potentially important economic resource. A number of derivative maps were produced that include aquifer potential, aggregate potential, aquifer recharge, landfill suitability, and suitability for excavation and construction. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Geological Note;8
dc.relation.isversionof http://geosurvey.ohiodnr.gov/Portals/geosurvey/PDFs/GeoNotes/GeoNote8.pdf
dc.subject 3-D en
dc.subject three-dimensional en
dc.subject surficial en
dc.subject surficial geology en
dc.subject Milan Quadrangle en
dc.subject Erie County en
dc.subject Huron County en
dc.subject Ohio en
dc.subject Great Lakes en
dc.subject Great Lakes Geologic Mapping Coalition en
dc.subject Ohio Shale en
dc.subject pre-Wisconsinan en
dc.subject Wisconsinan en
dc.subject Holocene en
dc.subject Erie basin en
dc.subject GLGMC en
dc.subject lacustrine en
dc.subject alluvial en
dc.subject geologic map en
dc.subject cross-section en
dc.subject 1:24,000 en
dc.subject 1:24000 en
dc.subject bedrock topography en
dc.subject drift thickness en
dc.subject sand en
dc.subject aquifer potential en
dc.subject aggregate potential en
dc.subject aquifer recharge en
dc.subject landfill suitability en
dc.title Three-Dimensional Surficial Geology of the Milan Quadrangle, Erie and Huron Counties, Ohio en
dc.type Technical Report en
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