Browsing Great Lakes Geologic Mapping Coalition by Subject "carbonate bedrock"

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  • Raab, James; Haiker, Bill; Jones, Wayne; Angle, Michael; Pavey, Rick; Swinford, Mac; Powers, Donovan (ODNR-Division of Water, Division of Geological Survey, 2009-01)
    On March 18, 2008 ground water levels rose to 40-year high levels in the Bellevue, Ohio area. Sinkholes, rounded depressions in the landscape formed by solution of bedrock or collapse of an underlying cavity, which typically ...
  • 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.; 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 ...

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