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The Louisiana Geological Survey has recently published two new 1:100,000
scale geologic maps in their 30 by 60 geologic map series. They are:

The New Orleans Geologic Quadrangle,
by McCulloh, R. P and P. V. Heinrich, 2010,
28 X 48 in. Scale = 1:100,000. Multicolored.

and

The Terrebonne Bay Geologic Quadrangle,
by McCulloh, R. P and P. V. Heinrich, 2010,
28 X 48 in. Scale = 1:100,000. Multicolored.

They can be ordered at

http://www.lgs.lsu.e...ntentpage21.php
http://www.lgs.lsu.e...tioncatalog.php

PDF files of other 1:100,000 scale geologic maps in this series can be found
in their "maps" web page at:

http://www.lgs.lsu.e...ntentpage17.php

Attached is a map index, which does not include the above maps.

Yours,

Paul

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There's geology in Louisiana? I figured it would all be Qt.

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I was curious about this myself.




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