Browsing Great Lakes Geologic Mapping Coalition by Issue Date

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  • Pavey, Richard R.; Aden, Douglas J.; Larsen, Glenn E.; Angle, Michael P.; Wolfe, Mark E. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, 2011-08)
    The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Geological Survey has completed a reconnaissance map showing areas of mineable sand and gravel resources in the Canton, Ohio, 30 x 60-minute 1:100,000-scale ...
  • Pavey, Richard R.; Larsen, Glenn E.; Angle, Michael P.; Aden, Douglas J.; Jones, D. Mark (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, 2011-09)
    The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Geological Survey has completed a reconnaissance map showing areas suitable for solid waste disposal in the Lorain, Ohio, 30 x 50-minute (1:1,100,000-scale) ...
  • Swinford, E. Mac; Powers, Donovan M.; Angle, Michael P.; Pavey, Richard R. (ODNR Division of Geological Survey, 2012-07-12)
    On March 18, 2008, ground water levels rose to a 30-year high in the Bellevue, Ohio, area. Surface and near-surface geologic conditions combined with unusually high precipitation caused extensive flooding of fields, roadways, ...
  • Aden, D. J. (ODNR Division of Geological Survey, 2013)
    Karst terrain forms by dissolution of carbonate rocks, such as limestone or dolomite, or evaporites, such as gypsum or salt, and is characterized by features including sinkholes, disappearing streams, caves, and springs. ...
  • Jones, D. M.; Pavey, R. R.; Larsen, G. E.; Aden, D. J.; Angle, M. P. (ODNR Division of Geological Survey, 2013-08)
    Bedrock geology in the Lima quadrangle ranges from the Ordovician-age Cincinnati group to the Silurian-age Salina Group (Slucher and others, 2006). Derivative mapping shows that four units have potentially economic-quality ...
  • Pavey, R. R.; Stone, B. D (ODNR Division of Geological Survey, 2013-09)
  • Aden, D. J.; Martin, D. R. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 2014)
    Karst terrain forms by dissolution of carbonate rocks, such as limestone or dolomite, or evaporites, such as gypsum or salt, and is characterized by features including sinkholes, disappearing streams, caves, and springs. ...

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