Kentucky, too, is a state where geology abounds. Little credit for this, however, lies with the highway field, because such a prosaic subject is frequently overshadowed by such features as Mammoth Cave, Sky Bridge, Cumberland Falls, Pine Mountain, and extensive underground mineral deposits. Nevertheless; the influence of geology in the highway industry is growing, and it is obvious that some potential contributions have not yet been realized.

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No. 91

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For Annual Symposium on Geology As Applied to Highway Engineering, Morris Harvey College, Charlestone, W. Va., February 20, 1953.