A Fossil Hunter's Guide to the Geology of the Northern Florida Peninsula
The northern Florida peninsula contains its own unique character and is transitional from the hilly, topographic highlands of the panhandle to the low, flat terrain. Fossil collecting sites are many and varied in this region.
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20 feet access Alachua area Avon Park Formation Beoiogic map Brooksville Ridge Campbell Citrus Counties clayey Coastal Lowlands collecting comprised creek crest Cross section Dixie Counties eastern edge eastern flank echinoids Elevation Embayment Eocene and Oligocene Eocene carbonate Eocene shark teeth erosional exposures extensive Figure File Map Series Florida Geological Survey fossil hunting fossil sites fossiliferou Gainesville gently-rolling Geologic map Geological Survey Open Georgia Gilchrist Counties Gulf Hamilton Hawthorn Invertebrate fossils Jefferson County Levy County liability located Madison County Miccosukee Formation Miocene Mollusks Nashua north-central northeastward NORTHERN FLORIDA PENINSULA Northern Highlands northern peninsula Ocala Limestone Ocala Platform Olsen Open File Map Pleistocene portion private property quarries Quaternary sands region Relict marine features road Rupert Schmidt Scott sealevel siliciclastic sediments southern southward surface Survey Bulletin Survey Open File Suwannee Counties Suwannee Limestone Suwannee River Tallahassee Hills typically underlie unit Upland valleys variably-thick Vernon vertebrate western