Puzzle Directions: Click on a puzzle piece and drag it where you want it. When you connect two pieces correctly, they will join together. This is an extra hard double-sided puzzle. The same map is printed on both sides the pieces. Some of the pieces are turned over to the wrong side. To flip a piece over, hold down the "T" key and click on the puzzle piece. Mix up the pieces again. View finished map in pop-up window.
Description: This is a geologic map Florida, current to 1964. The different color and pattern codes represent the formation in that particular area. For example, the area that is all orange (mostly found in the Florida Keys) is the Key Largo Limestone from the Pleistocene Series and the solid blue is the Avon Park Limestone from the Eocene Series and Claiborne Stage. This information is found in the chart. Please see the article Geologic Map of Florida by R. O. Vernon and H. S. Puri for more information. Source: U. S. Geological Survey, Bureau of Geology, Florida Department of Natural Resources , Florida Water Atlas (Tallahassee, FL: Bureau of Geology, 1976) Map Credit: Courtesy the University of South Florida Library