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Broken Rock Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Hocking County, Ohio, 1973

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Dataset Reference Date
2016-04-14
Info Date
1973

Summary

A view of the broken slabs and boulders of Black Hand Sandstone of the Cuyahoga Formation at the base of Broken Rock Falls in the Old Man's Cave section of Hocking Hills State Park, Hocking County, Ohio. Below Old Man's Cave, about a 1/2 mile above the Lower Falls, a small creek enters the gorge from a narrow slot called Broken Rock Falls. The large piles of boulders that have accumulated beneath the falls are an example of the forces that affected the development of the Old Man's Cave gorge area. Bedrock is from the Mississippian Geologic Period. The photograph was taken Michael C. Hansen in June 1973.

Material Request Instructions

For more information, please contact Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, Address: 2045 Morse Rd., Columbus, OH 43229. Phone: 614-265-6576, E-mail: geo.survey@dnr.state.oh.us, Web: www.ohiogeology.com.

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  • National Digital Catalog

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Type
NGGDPP
Reference Item
Collection of Photographic Slides and Historic Photos from Ohio
Reference File
Ohio_NGGDPP_metadatafields_final.csv

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  • S08.01.073.tif

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title Parent-57f2863ae4b0bc0bebfff9b8 Broken Rock Falls, Hocking Hills State Park, Hocking County, Ohio, 1973

NGGDPP Item Extension

alternateGeometryHocking County (Ohio), Hocking Hills State Park (Ohio) South Bloomingville 7.5-minute Quadrangle

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