This color map shows the distribution of the bedrock units immediately below the soil and unconsolidated material in Monroe County at a scale of 1:48,000. Also shown on the map is the surface topography in shaded relief, the location of stone quarries, and the main roads and highways in the county. The map provides detailed geologic information that can be used as guide for infrastructure development, resource use such as the economically important Salem Limestone, and delineation of areas of karst features for environmental planning. A more detailed map (scale 1:24,000) of just the Bloomington area (Miscellaneous Map 75) is also available.
Hasenmueller, W. A., Estell, C. M., Keith, B. , Thompson, T. A. 2009, Bedrock Geologic Map of Monroe County, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 73
Notes: For more information about the Bedrock Geologic Map of Monore County see this press release.
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