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Spacer ImageReport of Investigations 014: Geologic investigation of the Lincoln and Bluemont quadrangles, Virginia
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by P.E. Parker, 23 pages, geologic map, 14 figures, 1968. Map shows the geology and mineral resources of the Lincoln and Bluemont 7.5-minute quadrangles. These quadrangles are located in Loudoun County in northern Virginia. They are within the Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and Valley and Ridge physiographic provinces. The bedrock in these quadrangles ranges from Precambrian to Triassic in age. Gneiss, alaskite, greenstone, and graywacke have all been quarried for crushed stone in the map area. Map includes cross-sections.
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