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Geologic Maps

Geologic map of the area between Charleston and Orangeburg, South Carolina (1984) by L. McCartan, E. M. Lemon, Jr., and R. E. Weems. U.S. Geological Survey Map I-1472 Sheet 1: A multicolored map (1:250,000) and discussion of geologic units. Sheet 2: Lithologic logs and cross sections. $5.50

Geologic map of the Cape Fear region, Florence 1° x 2° quadrangle and northern half of the Georgetown 1° x 2° quadrangle, North Carolina and South Carolina (1989) by J.P. Owens. U.S. Geological Survey Map I-1948-A Sheet 1: A multicolored map (1:250,000) and discussion of geologic units. Sheet 2: Cross sections and regional geology discussion. $12.00

Geologic map of the Cainhoy, Charleston, Fort Moultrie, and North Charleston quadrangles, Charleston and Berkeley Counties, South Carolina (1993) by Robert E. Weems and Earl M. Lemon, Jr. U.S. Geological Survey Map I-1935: Multicolored maps (1:24,000), contains 2 Sheets. $8.26

Geology of the Bethera, Cordesville, Huger, and Kitteredge Quadrangles Berkley County, South Carolina (1989) by Robert E. Weems and Earl M. Lemon, Jr.. U.S. Geological Survey Map 1-1854 Sheet 1: A multicolored map (1:24.000) Sheet 2: Cross sections and discussion. $7.00

Gold occurrences in the Greenville 1° x 2° quadrangle, South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina (1994) by John P. D'Agostino, George T. Mason, Alan Jon W. Zupan, Arthur H. Maybin III, Jerry M. German, and Charlotte E. Abrams. U.S. Geological Survey Map MF-2215-C, 1 Sheet. (1:250,000) $7.00

Geology, Geochemistry, and Mineral resource assessment of the Long Cane roadless area, Abbeville county, South Carolina (1987) by Henry Bell, III. U.S. Geological Survey Map MF-1977, 1 Sheet. (1:24,000) $7.00

Geologic map of the Mount Holly quadrangle, Berkeley and Charleston Counties, South Carolina (1984) by Robert E. Weems and Earl M. Lemon, Jr. U.S. Geological Survey Map GQ-1579: 1 Sheet. (1:24,000),  $7.00

Geophysical Maps

Aeroradiometric map and geologic interpretation of part of the Florence and Georgetown 1° x 2° quadrangles, South Carolina (1989) by J.P. Owens, A. E. Grosz and J.C. Fisher. U.S. Geological Survey Map I-1948-B. Scale: 1:250,000. $5.50

Aeromagnetic map of South Carolina: In color (1982) by I. Zietz, F. E. Riggle and D. L. Daniels. U.S. Geological Survey Map GP-951. Scale: 1:1,000,000. $2.80

High-resolution multichannel seismic-reflection profiles across the Helena Banks strike-slip fault zone offshore of the Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake area (1988) by Annette Yuan and John C. Behrendt. U.S. Geological Survey Map MF-2056. 1 Sheet. $7.00

Generalized tectonic map of the Greenville 1° x 2° quadrangle, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina (1987) by Arthur E. Nelson, J. Wright Horton, Jr. and James W. Clarke. U.S. Geological Survey Map MF-1898. Scale: 1:250,000. 1 Sheet. $7.00

Geologic section of the updip coastal plain from central Georgia to western South Carolina (1985) by David C. Powell, Raymond A. Christopher, Lucy E. Edwards, Laurel M. Bybell, and Harold E. Gill. U.S. Geological Survey Map MF-1737. 1 Sheet and 1 Report.  $7.00

Professional Papers

Carolina Bays and the Shapes of Eddies (1954) by C. Wythe Cooke. Professional Paper. Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey PP-254-I

Miscellaneous Open-File Reports
USGS Open-file reports are not intended to be finalized publications. Most of these listed have been superseded by more formal publications. These are not available at the SC Survey, but since they are relevant to SC Geology, we have them listed here.

 

Hydrogeology of clastic tertiary and cretaceous regional aquifers and confining units in the southeastern coastal plain aquifer system of the United States (1989) by Robert A. Renken, Gary L. Mahon, and Marvin E. Davis. U.S. Geological Survey Atlas HA-701, 3 Sheets. $7.00
Aeromagnetic map of the southern part of the Knoxville quadrangle, North Carolina, South Carolina & Tennessee (1:125,000) (2 maps). Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 66-140

Airborne electromagnetic and total intensity magnetic profiles in vicinity of the Haile, Brewer and Blackmon mines: Lancaster, Chesterfield and Kershaw Counties, South Carolina, (1:125,000) (2 sheets). Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 68-296

Preliminary report of geochemical sampling at the Brewer gold mine, Chesterfield County, South Carolina (explanation and map).Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 70-181

Aeromagnetic map of the Camden-Kershaw area, north central South Carolina (1 map on 4 sheets).Link to Warehouse
U.S. Geological Survey OFR 70-334

Aeromagnetic map of the Enoree quadrangle, South Carolina (1:62,500) Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 75-51

Aeroradioactivity maps of parts of Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina (1:250,000) Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 75-400

Aeromagnetic map of Charleston and vicinity, South Carolina (1:250,000) Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 75-590

Preliminary evidence for Holocene movement along the Belair fault zone near Augusta, Georgia Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 75-680

Aeroradioactivity map of Charleston and vicinity, South Carolina (1:250,000) Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 76-30


List of intensities for the 1886 Charleston, South Carolina earthquake, 31 p. Link to Warehouse U.S. Geological Survey OFR 76-66

USGS OFR 76-155
Aeromagnetic map of parts of the Brunswick & Savannah 1° x 2° quadrangles, Georgia and South Carolina (1:250,000) $1.45. Also available is the set of 15 - 1:62,500 maps which compose the 1:250,000 map. Set of 16 maps $16.00

USGS OFR 76-181
Aeromagnetic maps of parts of Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina (1:250,000) (13 maps) (maps 1-4 are of eastern North Carolina; maps 5-8, eastern and northeastern South Carolina; maps 9-13, eastern Georgia). Set of 13 maps $12.50.

USGS OFR 77-252
Aeromagnetics of parts of the Charlotte and Spartanburg 1° x 2° quadrangles, South Carolina and North Carolina (1:250,000) - includes eight individual quadrangles - Kings Mountain, Spartanburg, Sharon, Rock Hill, Clover, Gaffney, Cowpens, (Pacolet Mills, Jonesville, Wilkinsville, Kelton). $9.00

USGS OFR 77-253
Aeroradioactivity of parts of the Charlotte and Spartanburg 1° x 2° quadrangles, South Carolina and North Carolina (1:250,000) - includes eight individual quadrangle maps - Kings Mountain, Spartanburg, Sharon, Rock Hill, Clover, Gaffney, Cowpens, (Pacolet Mills, Jonesville, Wilkinsville, Kelton). $9.00

USGS OFR 77-617
Schlumberger electric soundings in the Charleston, South Carolina, earthquake area, 30 p. and maps. $2.50

USGS OFR 78-151
Geophysical logs for a deep test hole, Clubhouse Crossroads No. 2, Dorchester County, South Carolina, 1 p. and logs. $5.50

USGS OFR 78-261
Geologic interpretation of aeromagnetic maps of the Coastal Plain region of South Carolina and parts of North Carolina and Georgia (explanation and 4 maps - 1:500,000). $14.50

USGS OFR 78-353
Seismicity map of south central South Carolina, May 1974 to December 1977, with cross section showing depth distribution of hypocenters projected into plan A-A. $2.00

USGS OFR 78-846
Aeroradioactivity maps of northwestern South Carolina (2 - 1:250,000 maps and 12 - 1:62,500 maps). Set of 14 maps $24.50.

USGS OFR 78-847
Aeromagnetic maps of northwestern South Carolina (2 - 1:250,000 maps and 12 - 1:62,500 maps). Set of 14 maps $24.50.

USGS OFR 79-449
Lithologic log for a deep stratigraphic test hole, Clubhouse Crossroads No. 3, Dorchester County, South Carolina (explanation and 1 plate - geophysical logs). $5.50

USGS OFR 80-226
Preliminary geologic map and section of the Kershaw quadrangle, Kershaw and Lancaster Counties, South Carolina (1:24,000). $3.00

USGS OFR 80-229
Preliminary aeromagnetic map, of the Charlotte 1° x 2° quadrangle, North Carolina and South Carolina. $3.00

USGS OFR 80-311
Preliminary simple bouguer gravity map of the Charlotte 1° x 2° quadrangle, North Carolina and South Carolina. $3.00

USGS OFR 90-386
Map showing water-surface elevations, high water marks, and landward extent of storm-tide inundation caused by Hurricane Hugo along the South Carolina Coast on September 21-22, 1989, 31 quadrangle (1:24,000) maps and a 45 page report. $50.00

USGS MF 1015A
Preliminary cross sections of Cretaceous sediments along South Carolina coastal margin (2 sheets). $5.00

USGS MF 1015B
Preliminary cross sections of Cenozoic sediments along South Carolina coastal margin (2 sheets). $5.00

Carolina Bays and the Shapes of Eddies (1954) by C. Wythe Cooke. Professional Paper. U.S. Geological Survey PP-254-I $2.00

 

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