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  • Cenozoic stratigraphic column of the coastal plain of South Carolina, 1999 

    Willoughby, Ralph H.; South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 1999)
    This is a geologic and physiographic index map and explanation of the Atlantic coastal plain of South Carolina.
  • Earthquake hazards of the South Carolina Coastal Plain 1996 

    South Carolina Geological Survey; Nystrom, Paul G. (South Carolina State Library, 2009)
    This map has been designed as a tool for use by emergency managers in planning for the response to and recovery from a major earthquake disaster. It also may be useful to land use planners and regulators as a generalized ...
  • Fault systems 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This paper describes the different kinds of geologic faults: normal, reverse, strike-slip, and oblique.
  • Fault systems 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    Many geology terms come from mining. In mining, "hanging wall" tells you where the roof of the tunnel is, and "footwall" tells you where the floor of the tunnel is. In fault systems, these terms now mean top and bottom and ...
  • Fold systems 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    Anticlines and synclines can take on many different geometries. They can be either open tight, or isoclinal in shape. The tighter the folds, the more intense the stress (compression) that caused folding. Folds can also be ...
  • Generalized Geologic Map of South Carolina 2005 

    South Carolina Geological Survey; Nystrom, Paul G.; Maybin, Arthur H. (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This color map shows the geology of South Carolina, including coastal plain, triassic, Blue Ridge and Piedmont, intrusive igneous rocks, significant structural features and significant wave-cut scarps.
  • GEOLOGIC HAZARDS of the South Carolina Coastal Plain 2012 

    South Carolina Geological Survey; South Carolina Emergency Management Division (South Carolina State Library, 2012)
    This map has been designed as a planning tool for use by emergency managers for the response to and recovery from a hazardous geologic event, such as a large magnitude earthquake or a smaller occurrence such as a sinkhole ...
  • Geologic Time Scale for South Carolina 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This sheet gives the geologic events in South Carolina broken down by eon, era, period and epoch.
  • Mineral resources map of South Carolina, 1997 

    Maybin, Arthur H.; South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 1997)
    This map shows mine sites, industrial plants and mineral resources in South Carolina.
  • MODIFIED MERCALLI INTENSITY SCALE 

    South Carolina Geological Survey; Niewendrop, Clark A. (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This sheet describes what happens during an earthquake as applied to the different values of the Mercalli Intensity Scale.
  • Prehistoric South Carolina earthquakes 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    In South Carolina, geologists have recently discovered evidence of at least five large paleoearthquakes during the past 5,000 years. This sheet describes the earthquakes with pictures and diagrams.
  • PROJECTED EARTHQUAKE INTENSITIES FOR SOUTH CAROLINA 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This map shows earthquake intensities, by county, based on the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale.
  • The rock cycle 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This diagram show how the different kinds of rocks (igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic) are formed.
  • South Carolina principal nonfuel mineral producing counties 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    In 1999, South Carolina ranked 24th among the 50 States in the total nonfuel mineral production. The estimated value of 1999 was $574 million, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). This was a 2% increase from ...
  • Structural features of South Carolina 

    Maybin, Arthur H.; South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 1998)
    This is a map of South Carolina's structural features including faults.
  • Types of Volcanoes 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This sheet describes the four basic types of volcanoes: fissure volcano, cinder cones, composite volcanoes and shield volcanoes.
  • What causes earthquakes? 

    South Carolina Geological Survey (South Carolina State Library, 2005)
    This sheet explains how earthquakes occur.