Geology, Hydrology, And Geophysics Of Columbia Sediments In The Middletown-Odessa Area, Delaware

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1970-08
Authors
Spoljaric, N.
Woodruff, K.D.
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Newark, DE: Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware
Abstract
Columbia sediments in the Middletown-Odessa area are composed of boulders, gravels, sands, silts and clays. These sediments are exposed in four gravel pits where their structures and textures were studied. Subsurface geology was interpreted on the basis of the well-log data from 40 holes drilled in the area of study. Columbia sediments were laid upon a surface made up of the greensands of the Rancocas Formation (Paleocene – Eocene age). The contact between the Rancocas and Columbia Formations is an erosional unconformity.
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Geology , Hydrology , Geophysics , Columbia Sediments , Middletown-Odessa Area, Delaware , greensands , Rancocas Formation , Paleocene – Eocene age
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