Report Cover Image: Colored apparent resistivity map at 115,000 Hz with highs
shown in warmer colors. Photograph (A.K. Clark, 2003) looking south along
Bullis training site. The outcropping rocks compose a biostrome in the
upper Glen Rose Limestone (hydrogeologic unit D). The hill in the background
is the earthen dam across Salado Creek. The black line shows approximate
location of the biostrome on the geophysical map.
|Posted June 2005
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