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ocala limestone carbonate

Geolex — Ocala publications USGS

2020-8-7  Ocala Limestone. Divided into: (1) upper part, variably muddy (carbonate), granular limestone (packstone to wackestone with limited grainstone), often very soft and friable with large foraminifera, commonly contains chert; and (2) lower part, where present is a more granular limestone (grainstone to packstone) and is dolomitized in some places.

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Textural and stratigraphic controls on fractured

2006-2-1  The Late Eocene Ocala Limestone is part of the Upper Floridan Aquifer, and in west-central Florida the Ocala forms a subregional semi-confining unit that separates underlying and overlying highly transmissive zones. In portions of the same area, the lower half of the Ocala is dolomitized and fractures are observed in cores.

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Textural and stratigraphic controls on fractured

Textural and stratigraphic controls on fractured dolomite in a carbonate aquifer system, Ocala limestone, west-central Florida February 2006 Sedimentary Geology 184(3-4):241-254

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Ocala Limestone (FLEOo;0) USGS

The Ocala Limestone consists of nearly pure limestones and occasional dolostones. It can be subdivided into lower and upper facies on the basis of lithology. The lower member is composed of a white to cream-colored, fine to medium grained, poorly to moderately indurated, very

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Characters-The Ocala limestone ranges in color from pure

2008-12-17  In chemical composition as in physical character the Ocala limestone is remarkably uniform. It consists almost entirely of carbonate of lime and in places contains as little as four-tenths of one percent of impurities. The lower part of the formation as exposed only along the Choctawhatchee River

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Diagenesis and porosity preservation in Eocene

2009-5-15  The Ocala Limestone is overlain by Hawthorn Group (Late Oligocene to Pliocene), which consists of mixed siliciclastic and carbonate deposits. The contact between the Ocala Limestone and the overlying Hawthorn Group is a major regional erosional unconformity.

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Textural and stratigraphic controls on fractured

2006-2-15  Ocala limestoneIn the study area, the Ocala Limestone ranges in thickness from ∼ 40 m in the north to ∼ 120 m in the south. The Ocala was deposited on a low sloping, distally steepened carbonate ramp (Loizeaux, 1995).

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FLORIDA’S ROCKS KEY LARGO LIMESTONE: CHERT

2021-6-28  OCALA LIMESTONE: Generally the Ocala Limestone is soft and porous, but in places it is hard and dense because of cementation of the particles by crystalline calcite. The deposit is remarkable in that it is composed of almost pure calcium carbonate: shells of sea creatures and very tiny chalky particles. Ocala Limestone

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The geomorphology and geology of Taylor County,

2021-7-27  Suwannee Limestone is the uppermost carbonate unit; to the south, the Suwannee is absent and the Ocala Limestone forms the upper carbonate (Campbell, 1993). The Ocala Limestone commonly crops out in the hammocks and coastal marshes of southernmost Taylor County. Offshore of the modern coastline, a thin blanket of quartz sand

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GEOLOGICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING WELL

2015-1-15  The Ocala Limestone is underlain by the Middle Eocene Lisbon Formation which consists of hard, well cemented, sandy, clayey limestone. The Lisbon is a poor aquifer and hydraulically separates the Ocala from underlying sediments. Because of the cavernous nature of the Ocala Limestone, the Dougherty Plain is a covered karst characterized by numerous

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Geology and Paleonto logy of the Ocala Limestone

2017-1-25  The Ocala Limestone and younger sediments have been eroded from the crest of th e Ocala Platform. The Ocala Limestone and younger sediments occur on the eastern flank of the Carbonate sediments of the Middle Eocene Avon Park Formation and the Upper Eocene Ocal a Limestone lie at or near the land surface in west -central peninsular Florida

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Ocala Ocala Limestone, Florida, USA

2021-5-23  Ocala Ocala limestone: M 692: Marion Co., Florida, USA: Ocala Ocala Limestone: Associated Units. Stratigraphic Name Age Lithology Occurrence Records; Claiborne Avon Park Limestone: carbonate, "limestone", dolomite/"limestone" 241; Recorded Fossils. Accepted Name Hierarchy Age; Durhamella ocalana

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FLORIDA’S ROCKS KEY LARGO LIMESTONE: CHERT

2021-6-28  OCALA LIMESTONE: Generally the Ocala Limestone is soft and porous, but in places it is hard and dense because of cementation of the particles by crystalline calcite. The deposit is remarkable in that it is composed of almost pure calcium carbonate: shells of sea creatures and very tiny chalky particles. Ocala Limestone

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Permeability loss with depth in the Cenozoic

In west-central Florida, the Ocala Limestone becomes dominated by carbonate mud-rich lithofacies (Loizeaux, 1995; Budd, 2001; Ward and others, 2003). Because of this mud-rich lithofacies, the

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JM Larger foraminifera of the Devil's Den and Blue

The lithology and fossil content of the Ocala Limestone indicates it was deposited across a carbonate platform which covered much of the Florida Peninsula during this time (Salvador, 1991). The Ocala Limestone is a massive, cream–white packstone, with some variation in mud content laterally and vertically, varying from a packstone to wackestone.

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GEOLOGICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING WELL

2015-1-15  sinkhole characteristics, data for 33 wells of similar radius, drawing water from the Ocala aquifer, were obtained from Georgia Geological Survey files (Table 1). The wells ranged from 91 to 390 feet deep and the open section of the well bore in the Ocala Limestone A region where carbonate bedrock is covered by thick residual soil.

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PETROGRAPHIC AND GEOHYDROLOGIC MODEL OF

2020-6-2  carbonate rock controlled the types of cement present. Scalenohedral crystals have been precipitated from marine waters along the test walls of internal chambers of fossils. Small, equant, blocky crystals have precipitated Cooke (1915) showed that the Ocala Limestone under­

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Lithostratigraphy and hydrostratigraphy of Florida

These sediments crop out on the crest of the Ocala Platform. Carbonate deposition covered virtually the entire Florida Platform in the Late Eocene with only limited areas where the Ocala Limestone is absent (Miller 1986, Scott 1992, 2001). Carbonates were deposited to the north of the

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Technical Memorandum MEMORANDUM

2021-2-12  Limestone,cream to tan, sandy, vuggy, fossiliferous Eocene Ocala Limestone Limestone,white to tan, friable to micritic, fine-grained, soft, abundant foraminifera Avon Park Formation Middle Confining Unit 2 Dolomite is brown, fractured, sucrosic, hard. Interstitial gypsum in MCU 2 Lower Permeable Zone Lower Floridan Aquifer Limestone and dolomite.

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Coquina vs Limestone Compare Nature

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed mostly of calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate. These rocks are composed of many distinct minerals. The process of formation of rocks is different for various rocks.

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Geology and Paleonto logy of the Ocala Limestone

2017-1-25  The Ocala Limestone and younger sediments have been eroded from the crest of th e Ocala Platform. The Ocala Limestone and younger sediments occur on the eastern flank of the Carbonate sediments of the Middle Eocene Avon Park Formation and the Upper Eocene Ocal a Limestone lie at or near the land surface in west -central peninsular Florida

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Ocala Ocala Limestone, Florida, USA

2021-5-23  Ocala Ocala limestone: M 692: Marion Co., Florida, USA: Ocala Ocala Limestone: Associated Units. Stratigraphic Name Age Lithology Occurrence Records; Claiborne Avon Park Limestone: carbonate, "limestone", dolomite/"limestone" 241; Recorded Fossils. Accepted Name Hierarchy Age; Durhamella ocalana

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE EXTERIOR U.S. GEOLOGICAL

2010-12-24  Quaternary carbonate and siliciclastic sediments, and was completed in the upper Eocene Ocala Limestone. The corehole site is located between two northwest-trending normal faults that are

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JM Larger foraminifera of the Devil's Den and Blue

The lithology and fossil content of the Ocala Limestone indicates it was deposited across a carbonate platform which covered much of the Florida Peninsula during this time (Salvador, 1991). The Ocala Limestone is a massive, cream–white packstone, with some variation in mud content laterally and vertically, varying from a packstone to wackestone.

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Permeability loss with depth in the Cenozoic

In west-central Florida, the Ocala Limestone becomes dominated by carbonate mud-rich lithofacies (Loizeaux, 1995; Budd, 2001; Ward and others, 2003). Because of this mud-rich lithofacies, the

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PETROGRAPHIC AND GEOHYDROLOGIC MODEL OF

2020-6-2  carbonate rock controlled the types of cement present. Scalenohedral crystals have been precipitated from marine waters along the test walls of internal chambers of fossils. Small, equant, blocky crystals have precipitated Cooke (1915) showed that the Ocala Limestone under­

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Sinkhole susceptibility mapping in Marion County,

2019-5-9  Ocala limestone comprises of pure zones in these areas are likely due to the pressure of urban water consumption on the aquifer or the presence of carbonate and dolomitic geology (Ocala

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Technical Memorandum MEMORANDUM

2021-2-12  Limestone,cream to tan, sandy, vuggy, fossiliferous Eocene Ocala Limestone Limestone,white to tan, friable to micritic, fine-grained, soft, abundant foraminifera Avon Park Formation Middle Confining Unit 2 Dolomite is brown, fractured, sucrosic, hard. Interstitial gypsum in MCU 2 Lower Permeable Zone Lower Floridan Aquifer Limestone and dolomite.

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WEC189/UW208: Florida's Geological History

Many carbonate rocks, such as limestone, are derived from skeletal material from marine organisms like corals, plankton, algae, gastropods, and sea urchins. Carbonate deposits are special geologic features because they typically only form in environments with warm, shallow, clear water of marine salinity.

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Coquina vs Limestone Compare Nature

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed mostly of calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate. These rocks are composed of many distinct minerals. The process of formation of rocks is different for various rocks.

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