Kentucky Geological Survey Map and Chart

Abstract

The spectacular, near- vertical roadcuts in the High Bridge Group (Middle Ordovician) in central Kentucky (Fig. 1) along U.S. Highway 27 just south of the Kentucky River (Fig. 2) afford an excellent opportunity to examine a major fault zone and study its complexity (Figs, 3, 4). These roadcuts are located in Garrard County approximately 12 miles south of Lexington and contain the oldest rocks exposed in Kentucky.

Publication Date

1989

Series

Series XI

Report Number

Map and Chart 1

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.13023/kgs.mc01.11

Funding Information

The drafting assistance of Lyla Messick, University of Cincinnati, and the financial support of Schlumberger Well Services are greatly appreciated.

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