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Miller Arch, Miller Sanctuary State Nature Preserve, Highland County, Ohio 1988

Dates

Dataset Reference Date
2014-07-24
Info Date
1988

Summary

Miller Arch is a natural arch of resistant Silurian Geologic Period Peebles Dolomite in the Miller Sanctuary State Nature Preserve, Highland County, Ohio. The Natural Arch and Bridge Society defines a natural arch as �a rock exposure that has a hole completely through it formed by the natural, selective removal of rock, leaving a relatively intact frame.� The image was taken by Timothy A. Snyder in 1988.

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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Communities

  • National Digital Catalog

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Provenance

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

Additional Information

Alternate Titles

  • S07.04.004.tif

Identifiers

Type Scheme Key
title Parent-57f2863ae4b0bc0bebfff9b8 Miller Arch, Miller Sanctuary State Nature Preserve, Highland County, Ohio 1988

NGGDPP Item Extension

alternateGeometryHighland County (Ohio), Miller Sanctuary State Nature Preserve (Ohio), Rainsboro 7.5-minute Quadrangle

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