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OFM0217. Geologic Map of the Gainesville South Quadrangle, Texas, by E. W. Collins. Oversize geologic map on a color topographic base, map scale 1:24,000, 2015. Paper map. For a downloadable PDF: OFM0217D.
About This Publication
The map of the Gainesville South Quadrangle is one of several 1:24,000-scale maps of the North-Central Texas transportation corridor north of Fort Worth and Dallas. Geology of this quadrangle consists of Lower Cretaceous shelf and shore-zone deposits including Duck Creek limestone; Fort Worth limestone; Denton clay and shale; and Weno marl, clay, and shale. Lower Cretaceous deposits in the subsurface of the area include Antlers sand, clay, and conglomerate; Walnut limestone and marl; Goodland limestone; and Kiamichi marl and clay. Antlers deposits in the subsurface compose the Trinity Aquifer, a major aquifer of the region.
Keywords: maps, geologic maps, quadrangle maps, Gainesville South, Texas
Collins, E. W., 2015, Geologic Map of the Gainesville South Quadrangle, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Open-File Map No. OFM0217, map scale 1:24,000.