127 Works

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Grayson County, Kentucky

E. Glynn Beck, David A. Williams & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Clay County, Kentucky

Oscar B. Davidson, Daniel I. Carey & John Storm
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: McCreary County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey, Randall L. Paylor & Bethany L. Overfield
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Hart County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Joshua J. Johnson
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Larue County, Kentucky

Bart Davidson, David I. Carey & Adam Pike
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Mapped Karst Groundwater Basins in the Tell City and Part of the Jasper 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangles

Joseph A. Ray, Jack R. Moody, Robert J. Blair, James C. Currens & Randall L. Paylor
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Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Boyd County, Kentucky

Richard A. Smath, Bart Davidson & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Whitley County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey, Bethany L. Overfield & Randall L. Paylor

Mapped Karst Ground-Water Basins in the Campbellsville 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangle

Joseph A. Ray & James C. Currens
Abstract: This map shows karst ground-water basins in the Campbellsville quadrangle, determined primarily by ground-water tracer studies. It can be used to quickly identify the ground-water basins and springs to which a site may drain. Major springs and the relative size of their catchment areas can be evaluated for potential as water supplies. The map also serves as a geographic index to literature on karst ground water in the area.

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Harlan County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey, Steven E. Webb & Bart Davidson
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Green/Tradewater River Basin in Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: The total area of the Green/Tradewater River Basin is 11,500 square miles, including 410 square miles in Tennessee. More than one-fouth of Kentucky lies in the basin, including all or parts of 35 Kentucky counties. The basin contains nearly 23,600 miles of streams, including 1,580 miles in Tennessee. The Green River Basin contains over 9,230 square miles, including 410 square miles in Tennessee. From an elevation of 1,384 feet on a ridge in Lincoln...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Breathitt County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Sally Sloan
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Pendleton County, Kentucky

Richard A. Smath & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Geology of Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky

Matthew M. Crawford, Rickard A. Olson, Rickard S. Toomey & Lillian J. Scoggins
Abstract: Mammoth Cave National Park in south-central Kentucky was authorized as a national park in 1926 and was fully established in 1941 to protect the cave system, scenic landscape, and diverse flora and fauna. The park contains 52,830 acres and most of the longest recorded cave system in the world, with more than 390 miles of mapped passages as of 2013. Even though Mammoth Cave is famous, people are often unaware of the park's intricate...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Caldwell County, Kentucky

E. Glynn Beck, David A. Williams & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Barren County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Joshua J. Johnson
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Shelby County, Kentucky

Stephen F. Greb, Bart Davidson & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Nicholas County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Richard A. Smath
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Green County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Adam Pike
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Mapped Karst Groundwater Basins in the Hopkinsville 30 X 60 Minute Quadrangle

James C. Currens, Joseph A. Ray, Phillip W. O'dell & Robert J. Blair
Copyright: © 2015, University of Kentucky, Kentucky Geological Survey

Distribution of Oil and Gas Wells in Kentucky

Brandon C. Nuttall & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map shows the distribution of more than 109,000 wells for which location information is available in the Kentucky Geological Survey's oil and gas well record database.

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Magoffin County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Mercer County, Kentucky

Daniel I. Carey & Peter Eclov
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Boone County, Kentucky

Richard A. Smath, Bart Davidson, Daniel I. Carey, John D. Keifer & Ken Daniels
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Perry County, Kentucky

Bart Davidson, Steven E. Webb & Daniel I. Carey
Abstract: This map is not intended to be used for selecting individual sites. Its purpose is to inform land-use planners, government officials, and the public in a general way about geologic bedrock conditions that affect the selection of sites for various purposes. The properties of thick soils may supercede those of the underlying bedrock and should be considered on a site-to-site basis. At any site, it is important to understand the characteristics of both the...

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