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Spacer ImageReport of Investigations 025: Geology of the Bristol and Wallace quadrangles, Virginia
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by C.S. Bartlett, Jr.and H.W. Webb, 93 p., map in color, 22 figs., 3 tables, 1971. Map shows the geology and mineral resources of the Bristol and Wallace 7.5-minute quadrangles. These quadrangles are located in Washington County in southwestern Virginia. They are entirely within the Valley and Ridge physiographic province. The bedrock in these quadrangles ranges from Lower Cambrian through Upper Mississippian and including Ordovician, Silurian, and Devonian rocks. Major structural features in this quadrangle include parts of the Greendale and Beaver Creek synclines and the Saltville, Pulaski-Staunton, Spurgeon and Bristol fault blocks. Crushed limestone is the primary mineral resource in the map area. Map includes cross-sections.
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