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  • 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, Douglas J. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, 2016)
    Karst terrain forms by dissolution of carbonate rocks, such as limestone or dolostone, or evaporites, such as gypsum or salt, and is characterized by features including sinkholes, disappearing streams, caves, and ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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. ...
  • Aden, D. J.; Martin, D. R. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 2015)
    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. ...
  • Aden, Douglas J.; Powers, Donovan M.; Pavey, Richard R.; Jones, D. Mark; Martin, Dean R.; Shrake, Douglas L.; Angle, Michael P. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 2011)
    To locate sinks, LiDAR was used to create an ArcGIS layer that identified low, enclosed areas. These low spots were cross referenced with known karst points, bedrock geology, aerial photography (multiple sources/ages), ...
  • Aden, Douglas J.; Powers, Donovan M.; Pavey, Richard R.; Jones, D. Mark; Martin, Dean R.; Angle, Michael P. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 2011)
    Karst terrain forms by dissolution of carbonate rocks (limestone or dolomite) and occasionally evaporates (gypsum or salt) and is characterized by features such as sinkholes (or sinks), disappearing streams, caves, and ...
  • Pavey, R. R.; Stone, B. D (ODNR Division of Geological Survey, 2013-09)
  • Naylor, Shawn; Ellett, Kevin M.; Ficklin, Darren L.; Plyphant, Greg A. (2013)
    Soils of varying glacial parent materials in the Great Lakes Region (USA) are characterized by thin unsaturated zones and widespread use of agricultural pesticides and nutrients that affect shallow groundwater. To better ...
  • Venteris, Erik R.; Shrake, Douglas L.; Larsen, Glenn E.; Angle, Michael P.; Pavey, Richard R.; Wolfe, Mark E. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources; Division of Geological Survey, 2011-02)
    The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Geological Survey has completed a reconnaissance map showing areas of mineable bedrock, including shale, limestone, and dolomite, likely covered by thin surficial ...
  • 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 ...
  • Shrake, Douglas L.; Venteris, Erik R.; Larsen, Glenn E.; Angle, Michael P.; Pavey, Richard R.; Wolfe, Mark E.; Powers, Donovan M. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 2011-02)
    The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Geological Survey has completed a reconnaissance map showing areas of mineable bedrock, including shale, limestone, and dolomite, likely covered by thin surficial ...
  • 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 ...
  • Venteris, Eric R.; Shrake, Douglas L.; Larsen, Glenn E.; Pavey, Richard R.; Schumacher, Gregory A. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources; Division of Geological Survey, 2011-03)
    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 Mansfield, Ohio, 30 x 60 minute (scale 1:100,000) ...
  • Naylor, Shawn; Gustin, Andrew; Ellett, Kevin M. (2012)
    Weather stations that collect reliable, sustained meteorological data sets are becoming more widely distributed because of advances in both instrumentation and data server technology. However, sites collecting soil moisture ...
  • 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) ...
  • Rupp, Robin F. (U.S. Geological Survey, 2004)
    The surface terrain model of Indiana was created using part of the National Elevation Dataset (NED)—a digital elevation information product for the United States—and newly created digital elevation models (DEMs). New ...
  • Pavey, R. R.; Martin, D. R. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 2015)
  • Erber, Nathan R.; Spahr, Paul N. (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, 2016-08)
  • Pavey, Richard R (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 2014)
    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 ...

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