The Florida Geological Survey holds a collection of 300 historic field books, which contain historic information about Florida, including topography, vegetation, and historic mining operations. Additionally, the books contain information about geologic sampling, drillers' logs, lithologic descriptions, and laboratory notes. In 2019-2020, a grant through the U.S.
The Florida Geological Survey holds a collection of 150 binders known as "Greenbooks," which contain historic drillers' logs and lithologic descriptions from boreholes W-1 through W-17999, wgi-1 through wgi-3203 and auger samples AS-2 through AS-352.
Additional descriptions can be found in this collection for select boreholes between W-18000 through W-18987.
This PDF includes a list of all formally published publications, a subject index, ordering instructions, and an order form. This version contains hyperlinks (in blue text) to the full-text downloadable documents as they become available. A majority of these documents are in high-quality searchable PDF format.
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