This geologic map shows: (1) distribution of geologic units found at the land surface; (2) updip limit (generally the northern extent) of Miocene and Pliocene geologic units found in the subsurface; and (3) locations of major subsurface faults that affected deposition of the Miocene and Pliocene geologic units. The geologic units shown are defined on their dominant lithologies (i.e., sand, silt, clay) and other characteristics such as presence or absence of shells or other fossils and range of colors.
Please give proper credit to the Delaware Geological Survey.
Ramsey, K.W. and Schenck, W.S. , 1990, Geologic Map of Southern Delaware: Delaware Geological Survey Open File Report 32.
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