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Geologic Image: Image ID 1217

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2017-01-11
Info Date
2007-03-09

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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Taylor County Courthouse at Campbellsville Image Date: 3/9/2007 Category: photo_culture Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0 Pixel Dimensions: 2816 x 2112 Description: Taylor County, 270 square miles in the Pennyrile Region, was formed in 1848. The terrain varies from hilly in the east to gently rolling in the west. Alluvial valleys are broad and flat. The highest elevation, 1,200 feet, is on a ridge near the junction of Taylor, Marion, and Casey Counties. The lowest elevation, 570 feet, is where the Green River leaves the county. The 2005 population of 23,726 was 3.5 percent greater than that of 2000. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey.

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Web (this record): http://kgs.uky.edu/kgsweb/geology/image_detail.asp?image_id=1217
Phone: 859-257-5500
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Collection of Geologic Photos and Images from Kentucky
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images_1112017.xml

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title Parent-4f4e4a5fe4b07f02db634678 Geologic Image: Image ID 1217

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alternateGeometryCoordinates are represented in Geographic Decimal Degree NAD83<br/>Quadrangle: Campbellsville <br/>County: Taylor</br>State: Kentucky <br/>

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