Test borings made in preparation for construction of a power line
across the 2.3 miles wide Delaware River provided an opportunity to
investigate the geology beneath the river which is otherwise inaccessible.
The information is of value in studies of ground-water development
near the River and for other engineered works as well as
understanding the geologic history of a major feature of the State.
Please give proper credit to the Delaware Geological Survey.
Talley, J.H., 1985, Geologic Cross-Section of Delaware River, Red Lion Creek to Killcohook National Wildlife Refuge: Delaware Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 3.
Delaware Geological Survey
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Newark, DE 19716
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