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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Alluvial Valley, Knott County Image Date: 7/3/2007 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.5 Pixel Dimensions: 2272 x 1704 Description: Alluvium in Knott County provides level land suitable for recreation and other uses if drainage and potential flooding are properly considered. Siltstone, sandstone, clay shale, and coal in the Pikeville Formation are exposed at the roadcut on Ky. 7 in the background. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Fairview Formation Terrain, Owen County Image Date: 12/19/2005 Category: photo_scene Source: Format: Size (MB): 0.4 Pixel Dimensions: 2037 x 1293 Description: Upland soils derived from Fairview Formation limestone in the Outer Bluegrass provide pasture for this miniature horse farm in Owen County. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Flow roll (thin layer at top) Image Date: 6/23/2007 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Nuttall, Brandon Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.48 Pixel Dimensions: 2048 x 1536 Description: A disturbed zone (flow roll, seismite) is exposed near the top of this rock wall. Location not in Ettensohn guidebook.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Crossbedding (detail) Image Date: 6/23/2007 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Nuttall, Brandon Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.56 Pixel Dimensions: 2048 x 1536 Description: Crossbedding indicates the direction and energy of the flowing water when these rocks were deposited. Note that different layers have different crossbedding directions often referred to as a 'herring bone' pattern.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Frankfort in Winter, 2008 Image Date: 1/20/2008 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Nuttall, Brandon Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.62 Pixel Dimensions: 6296 x 1329 Description: Panoramic view of Frankfort from the Frankfort Cemetery.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 1/1/2001 Category: photo_scene Source: Potter, Paul Format: TIF Size (MB): 6.11 Pixel Dimensions: 1798 x 1186 Description: Open, shallow valley at boundary between inner and outer Bluegrass as seen looking north from the AA Highway at mile 16, Nicholas Co., KY.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 1/1/2001 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Potter, Paul Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.37 Pixel Dimensions: 1884 x 1290 Description: Bioturbated, evenly bedded sandstone in Pennsylvanian Breathitt Formation (Grundy) along north side of I-64. Note shale-filled channel at right. This is the topographically highest point in the area, and therefore the only exposure of these strata in the region.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: fractures Image Date: 3/23/2009 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Martin, Steve Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.47 Pixel Dimensions: 3072 x 2304 Description: Remediation of a landslide in the Borden Formation along the Bluegrass Parkway in Hardin County.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Kentucky River Lock and Dam 14, Lee County Image Date: 6/21/2007 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 1 Pixel Dimensions: 1624 x 1596 Description: Lee County is blessed with an abundance of water. The North, South, and Middle Forks of the Kentucky River meet upstream of Heidelberg, the site of Lock and Dam 14. The dam (seen from the Albert Updyke Ky. 399 bridge) was completed in 1917 as the last in the system from Heidelberg to the Ohio River. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geologic- al Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 12/14/2009 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.45 Pixel Dimensions: 959 x 538 Description: Nunn Parkway, mile 84.7: Mississippian Borden Formation (Mb shale and siltstone), Muldraugh Member (Mbm siltstone), at top.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 12/14/2009 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.38 Pixel Dimensions: 960 x 443 Description: KY 80, Pulaski County, mile 27.2: Ste. Genevieve Limestone Member (Mmg) of the Monteagle Limestone. The Ste. Genevieve is widely quarried for construction aggregate and agricultural lime.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 10/3/2008 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 4.30 Pixel Dimensions: 2812 x 1992 Description: Bull Fork Formation (Ob) near mile 115.1, I-64, Montgomery County.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Road Construction, Pike County Image Date: 8/1/2006 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.9 Pixel Dimensions: 3292 x 1396 Description: New bridge construction in the Pikeville and Hyden Formations for the Ky. 119 road relocation project between Pikeville and Williamson by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. The project will cost $33 million. U.S. 23 has been upgraded to a four-lane highway and is a major north-south connector. Expanding U.S. highways in the county from two to four lanes will improve safety and enhance economic activity. Photo by Bart Davidson, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Shale Aggregate, Bullitt County Image Date: 2/2/2005 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.6 Pixel Dimensions: 3292 x 1396 Description: Shale is quarried in northern Bullitt County to make a lightweight aggregate for use in construction materials. The shale is the latest in a long history of natural resources that have been excavated in the county, including salt and pig iron (in the 1800s), limestone for aggregate, siltstone for dimension stone, and clay shales for bricks and tiles. Photo by Stephen Greb, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Stanley Kentucky Image Date: 1/1/2011 Category: photo_scene Source: Potter, Paul Format: TIF Size (MB): 6.15 Pixel Dimensions: 1796 x 1196 Description: Looking west at the long, level and straight CSX railroad from its crossing of US-60 at Stanley, KY in Daviess County. This rich agricultural plain is mapped as Carey Outwash on the geological quadrangle, a deposit of glacial origin.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Stormwater Management, Oldham County Image Date: 8/11/2005 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.4 Pixel Dimensions: 3292 x 1396 Description: New construction in Oldham County increases impervious areas and stormwater runoff. This large retention basin and associated drains will help prevent downstream flooding. Photo by Stephen Greb, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Ste. Genevieve Limestone, Pulaski County Image Date: 2/16/2004 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.1 Pixel Dimensions: 3292 x 1396 Description: Typical karst geology indicated by highly weathered Ste. Genevieve Limestone at the soil-bedrock interface on the new Somerset bypass near the intersection of Ky. 80 in Pulaski County. Photo by Bart Davidson, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Quail Run Road Image Date: 1/1/2009 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Unknown Person Format: TIF Size (MB): 5.96 Pixel Dimensions: 1774 x 1174 Description: Looking southwest from Quail Run Road (off KY 609) across a terrace in the wide valley of the Licking River southeast of Butler in Pendleton Co., KY.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Rough River Lake Image Date: 11/21/2008 Category: photo_scene Source: Crawford, Matt Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.41 Pixel Dimensions: 3072 x 2304 Description: 007 - Sunrise, Rough River Lake, looking east, Big Clifty Sandstone behind Rough River St. Park Lodge, exposed at low pool level
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Grant Lake and Calloway Creek Limestone Terrain, Nelson County Image Date: 4/7/2005 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.2 Pixel Dimensions: 3292 x 1396 Description: Agriculture is the dominant land use across much of the Nelson County. In the central part of the county in the Outer Bluegrass Region, gently rolling topography is characteristic of limestone bedrock, like this in the Grant Lake and Calloway Creek Limestones. In the Bluegrass Hills Region of far eastern Nelson County the bedrock contains more shale and the topography is hillier. Photo by Stephen Greb, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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