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Geography

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Ground Water

Geologic Formations

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Well Logs 11-20

Listed in the following pages are the logs of 35 test holes and wells in Seward County, including 23 test holes drilled by the State Geological Survey. The locations of these test holes are shown in Plate 3.

11. Sample log of test hole 11 at the NW cor. sec. 23, T. 33 S., R. 33 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1942. Surface altitude, 2,816 feet. (Samples studied by James B. Cooper and Frank E. Byrne.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
QUATERNARY-Recent
Dune sand
Sand, fine, and silt; medium brown 1 1
QUATERNARY AND TERTIARY-Pleistocene and Pliocene
Sand, fine to coarse, calcareous, gray red; contains silt 5 6
Sand, fine to coarse, gray red; contains silt 4 10
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; contains brown silt 12 22
Sand, silt, and clay; calcareous, gray red 3 25
Sand, medium, to gravel, medium; brownish gray 7 32
Clay at top to sand at base; calcareous, gray brown 18 50
Sand, medium, to gravel, fine; brownish gray 9 59
Silt and sand, calcareous, light brown gray; contains clay 21 80
Caliche, dense, white 5 85
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; brownish gray; contains silt and clay 5 90
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; brownish gray 30 120
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; calcareous, brownish gray 5 125
Sand and gravel, fine and medium, calcareous, tan gray 4 129
Clay, sandy, yellow brown 1 130
Sand, fine, to gravel, fine; grayish brown 21 151
Sand, fine, to gravel, fine; lime-cemented, yellow gray 6 157
Sand, fine, to gravel, fine; grayish brown 13 170
Sand, fine, to gravel, fine; calcareous, tan gray 10 180
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; brown gray 60 240
Sand and gravel interbedded with silt and clay; calcareous, pink and gray brown 20 260
Sand, fine gravel, and silt; calcareous, pink and gray brown 10 270
Sand, medium, to gravel, coarse; brown gray 21 291
Sand, silt, and clay; calcareous, tan gray 9 300
Sand, medium, to gravel, fine; grayish brown 15 315
Sand and gravel, calcareous, brownish gray; contains silt and clay 7 322
Sand, medium, to gravel, fine; grayish brown 37 359
Sand, silt, and clay; calcareous, light yellowish brown; contains brown shale 6 365
Gravel, medium, and sand, medium; brownish gray 15 380
Clay, sand, and shale interbedded; calcareous, tan gray 20 400
Shale, soft, buff gray, and clay, sandy, compact, tan gray 10 410
Clay, sandy, greenish gray, interbedded with shale, compact, dark tan and gray 50 460
Shale, compact, dark green gray and buff, interbedded with sandy clay 10 470
Shale, compact, dark green gray and buff 20 490
Shale, compact, dark green gray and gray 10 500
Shale, compact, dark red brown; contains fine sandy clay; interbedded with green gray shale 30 530
Shale, silty, compact, gray 10 540
Shale, gray; interbedded with compact red shale 20 560
Shale, gray and red; contains sandy clay 10 570
Shale, dense, medium gray, and shale, silty, red 20 590
Shale, calcareous, gray and red, and siltstone, compact, red 10 600
Shale, silty, medium gray, and shale, red 10 610
Shale, dense, dark gray 20 630
Shale, silty, medium gray, and shale, red 12 642
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Siltstone, red; contains calcareous gray sandstone 8 650
Siltstone, red; contains large inclusions of medium-grained highly calcareous sandstone 10 660
Siltstone, red, and shale, gray, dense 10 670

12. Sample log of test hole ff2 at the SW. cor. sec. 17, T. 33 S., R. 33 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1942. Surface altitude, 2,862 feet. (Samples studied by James B. Cooper and Frank E. Byrne.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
QUATERNARY-Recent
Dune sand
Sand, fine to coarse, brown; contains silt 5 5
Sand, coarse to fine, reddish brown; contains silt 5 10
QUATERNARY AND TERTIARY-Pleistocene and Pliocene
Sand, fine to coarse, reddish brown; contains silt and clay 17 27
Silt and clay, calcareous, red gray 13 40
Sand, coarse, to gravel, coarse; gray brown 7 47
Silt, clay, and sand; calcareous, brown gray 13 60
Caliche, light gray; contains fine sand 10 70
Clay, brownish gray; calcareous; contains silt and sand 10 80
Caliche, brownish gray; contains silt and clay 10 90
Caliche, brownish gray; contains sand and silt 10 100
Sand and gravel, fine; lime-cemented, brown gray 10 110
Sand, coarse, to gravel, medium; light brown 12 122
Gravel, fine and medium, and sand; lime-cemented, hard 6 128
Sand, medium, to gravel, medium; light brown 57 185
Sand, medium, to gravel, medium; lime-cemented, gray 3 188
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; calcareous, light brown 22 210
Sand, coarse, silt, and clay; calcareous, tan and yellow tan 10 220
Sand, medium, to gravel, coarse; brownish gray 35 255
Sand and gravel, brownish gray, slightly calcareous; contains silt and clay 5 260
Sand and gravel, brownish gray, calcareous 20 280
Gravel, fine, to sand, medium; brownish gray; contains silt and clay 10 290
Gravel, medium, to silt; highly calcareous, tan 10 300
Gravel, medium, to sand, fine; brown gray 40 340
Sand, coarse to fine, grayish brown, and gravel, fine; interbedded with compact gray, tan, and yellow-brown shale 84 424
Shale, compact, dark yellowish gray, and clay, sandy 6 430
Shale, sandy, dark gray 10 440
Shale, silty, dark gray, and shale, sandy, soft, yellow gray 20 460
Shale, dark gray 10 470
Shale, sandy, gray, rusty, and dark gray 10 480
Shale, sandy, soft, dark brown gray 21.5 501.5
Shale, calcareous, hard, blue gray 1.5 503
Shale, compact, brown gray, and shale, sandy, yellow brown 7 510
Sand, coarse, brownish gray; contains gravel 11 521
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, bright red; contains calcareous silt 22 543
Shale, silty, calcareous, bright red; contains yellow-gray sandstone 7 550

13. Sample log of test hole 13 at the NE cor. sec. 22, T. 33 S., R. 34 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1942. Surface altitude, 2,888 feet. (Samples studied by James B. Cooper and Frank E. Byrne.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
QUATERNARY-Recent
Dune sand
Sand, fine and medium, light brown; contains silt 1.5 1.5
Sand, fine and medium, reddish brown; contains silt 5.5 7
QUATERNARY AND TERTIARY-Pleistocene and Pliocene
Silt, clay, and sand; calcareous, brownish gray 3 10
Sand, coarse, to silt; calcareous, gray brown 13 23
Sand, silt, and clay; calcareous, reddish brown to dark gray 7 30
Sand, silt, and clay; highly calcareous, tan gray 6.5 36.5
Sand, coarse to fine, calcareous, brownish gray; contains caliche 2.5 39
Silt, clay, and fine sand; calcareous, gray red 6 45
Sand, fine to coarse, brownish gray; contains fine gravel 11 56
Clay, silty, gray red 3 59
Silt, clay, and sand; highly calcareous, tan to brown gray 11 70
Clay, calcareous, tan to brownish gray; contains silt and fragments of caliche 11 81
Caliche, sandy, tan to light gray; contains reddish-gray silt and clay 9 90
Silt, sand, and gravel, fine to medium; highly calcareous, tan gray 20 110
Sand and gravel, reddish gray; highly calcareous; contains sill and clay 11 121
Caliche, hard, white to light brownish gray 9 130
Sand, coarse, to gravel, medium; brownish gray 9 139
Sand and gravel, consolidated, gray 9.5 148.5
Gravel, fine to coarse, pink gray, slightly cemented; contains coarse sand 1.5 150
Silt and sand, highly calcareous, buff gray; contains clay 6 156
Sand, fine, and gravel; calcareous, light brownish gray 4 160
Sand, coarse, and gravel, fine; light brownish gray; contains silt 20 180
Silt, sand, and clay; calcareous, tan gray 10 190
Sand, medium, to gravel, medium; grayish brown 40 230
Sand and gravel; contains silt 25 255
Shale, silty to fine sandy, slightly calcareous, compact, medium gray and yellow buff 18 273
Shale, calcareous, compact, dark gray to yellow gray 17 290
Sand, coarse, gray brown, and shale, calcareous, dark gray to yellow gray 10 300
Sand, coarse to fine, gray brown; contains gray and buff shale 10 310
Sand, fine to coarse, gray brown 20 330
Sand, light brown, and shale, calcareous, compact, dark gray 20 350
Sand, light brown, and shale, compact, gray 10 360
Sand, light brown; interbedded with compact gray and pink shale 60 420
Clay, sandy, and shale; varicolored; contains much sand from 480 to 500 feet 80 500
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Siltstone, calcareous, pink to pinkish gray; contains red shale 20 520

14. Sample log of test hole 14 at the SW corner sec. 16, T.33 S., R. 34 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1942. Surface altitude, 2,904 feet. (Samples studied by James B. Cooper and Frank E.Byrne.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
QUATERNARY-Recent
Dune sand
Sand and silt, brown 5 5
QUATERNARY AND TERTIARY--Pleistocene and Pliocene
Silt and clay, calcareous, reddish gray; contains nodules of caliche 5 10
Silt and clay, calcareous, gray 11 21
Caliche, sandy, light brownish gray to white 8 29
Caliche, fine sandy, grayish white 2 31
Sand, medium, to gravel, coarse; brownish gray 15 46
Silt and clay, calcareous, rusty gray; contains fine sand 4 50
Silt to sand, medium; calcareous, light brownish gray; contains clay 8 58
Sand, medium, to silt; calcareous, gray brown; contains gravel at base and fragments of caliche 12 70
Silt, sand, and beds of caliche; light gray 20 90
Caliche, sandy, tan gray 20 110
Sand and silt; contains caliche 37 147
Sand, fine, to gravel, fine; calcareous, brownish gray 4 151
Gravel and sand, consolidated 6 157
Gravel, coarse, to sand, fine; brown 13 170
Sand, fine to coarse, light brown 40 210
Sand and gravel, fine, light brown 50 260
Gravel, fine to coarse; contains a little gray brown clay 70 330
Sand and gravel, gray brown 30 360
Sand, fine to coarse, light brownish gray 23 383
Shale, compact, pink, and clay, sandy, white to gray 7 390
Shale, sandy, compact, pink gray, tan, and gray green 25 415
Sand and gravel, light brown 27 442
Shale, compact, greenish gray, tan, and red 8 450
Shale, in part sandy, compact, tan, gray, and red 20 470
Shale, compact, varicolored 26.5 496.5
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, brick red 13.5 510

15. Sample log of test hole 15 at the SW corner sec. 18, T. 33 S., R. 34 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1942. Surface altitude, 2,936 feet. (Samples studied by James B. Cooper and Frank E. Byrne.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
QUATERNARY-Recent
Dune sand
Sand, fine to medium, brown; contains silt 6 6
QUATERNARY AND TERTIARY-Pleistocene and Pliocene
Sand, silt, clay, and fine gravel; calcareous, pinkish gray 4 10
Sand, fine to coarse, calcareous, gray brown, coarser toward base; contains fine gravel 17 27
Clay, silt, and sand, coarse; calcareous, brown gray 3 30
Sand, medium and coarse, brownish gray 10 40
Sand, silt, clay, and fine gravel; calcareous, pink brown, becoming much coarser in basal part 20 60
Gravel, coarse, to sand, coarse; gray brown 10 70
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium, contains numerous fragments of caliche 25 95
Gravel, medium, to sand, fine; lime-cemented 5 100
Sand, silt, and clay; gray brown, highly calcareous; contains a little fine gravel 10 110
Sand and some silt; lime-cemented, tan to pinkish gray 30 140
Sand, coarse, to silt, gray brown 10 150
Sand and some silt; lime-cemented, tan to pinkish gray 10 160
Silt, sand, and clay; tan to pinkish gray 10 170
Silt, clay, and some sand; gray brown, highly calcareous 4 174
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; calcareous, light brown 16 190
Gravel, fine, and sand, coarse; light brown 30 220
Sand, fine to coarse, light brown, slightly calcareous contains a little fine gravel 20 240
Sand, coarse, and gravel, fine; light brown 20 260
Sand, fine to coarse, slightly calcareous, tan gray; contains a little fine gravel 10 270
Sand, fine to coarse, slightly calcareous, brownish gray 20 290
Sand, coarse, and gravel, fine; brownish gray 20 310
Sand and gravel, reddish gray 10 320
Sand, fine to coarse, light brownish gray; contains a little gravel 10 330
Sand and a little gravel, reddish gray 10 340
Silt, clay, and sand; tan brown to yellow gray 13 353
Sand, medium, to gravel, fine; light brownish gray 27 380
Silt and clay; tan brown 3 383
Sand, medium, to gravel, fine; light brownish gray 7 390
Sand and gravel; contains small fragments of ironstone 10 400
Sand, medium, and gravel, fine 10 410
Sand, medium, to gravel, fine; light brownish gray 46 456
Sand, compact, tan brown and red 4 460
Sand and gravel, brownish gray 20 480
Shale, compact, tan, brown, red, and gray green 10 490
Sand and gravel, brownish gray 20 510
Sand, light brown, and shale, red and brown; interbedded 17 527
Shale, compact, hard, brown 3 530
Sand, brownish gray, and shale, compact, brown and red; interbedded 90 620
Shale, compact, tan brown 78 698
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, silty, slightly calcareous, bright red 22 720

16. Sample log of test hole 16 in the NE 1/4 SW 1/4 sec. 31,T.34 S., R.30 W., Meade County, drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1944. Surface altitude, 2,444 feet. (Samples studied by Oscar S. Fent and Thad G. McLaughlin.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
Silt, gray brown; contains sand and gravel 3 3
Silt and clay, buff and greenish gray; contains sand and gravel 2 5
TERTIARY-Pliocene
Laverne formation
Clay, light buff and light blue gray; contains crystalline gypsum 5 10
Clay, light gray to light blue gray; contains fine to coarse sand at depth of 12 feet 2.5 12.5
Caliche, hard, light gray to greenish gray; contains sand and clay 13.5 26
Shale, thin-bedded, dark blue gray 21 47
Caliche, light blue gray; contains sand, clay, and gravel 19 66
Clay, silty, light blue gray 14 80
Clay, in part silty, light gray; contains fine to medium sand and crystals of gypsum 40 120
Clay, light gray; partly cemented by gypsum and contains many crystals of gypsum 18 138
Caliche, hard, light gray; contains fine to coarse sand and crystals of gypsum 12 150
Clay, silty, in part thin-bedded, gray; contains gypsum 50 200
Clay, in part thin-bedded, light blue gray 12 212
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; contains yellow and white clay and limonite 25 237
Clay, light tan; contains fine to coarse sand and a little caliche 6 243
Silt, pink buff; contains fine to medium sand 2 245
Clay, light tan; contains a little sand and gravel 2 247
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium 28 275
Silt, pink buff to yellow buff; contains sand and gravel 4 279
Gravel, fine, and sand 5 284
Silt, pink buff; contains fine to medium sand and zones of caliche 12 296
Gravel, fine to medium, and sand; contains caliche and pink-buff silt in lower part 10 306
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, brick red 4 310

17. Sample log of test hole 17 in the SE 1/4 NE 1/4 sec. 33, T.34 S., R. 80 W., Meade County, drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1944. Surface altitude, 2,655 feet. (Samples studied by Oscar S. Fent and Thad G. Mclaughlin.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
Soil, silty, tan 4.5 4.5
QUATERNARY-Pleistocene
Meade formation
Silt, light gray to light brown; contains caliche and fine to coarse sand 23.5 28
Silt, light buff, and caliche, buff; sandy 5 33
Silt, clayey, light brown 4 37
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine 3 40
Gravel, coarse, to sand, fine 15 55
Silt, light gray; contains caliche 3 58
Sand to gravel, coarse; contains caliche 12 70
TERTIARY-Pliocene
Rexroad (?) formation
Silt, white and light buff; contains caliche and fine to coarse sand 25 95
Silt, clayey, light brown and white 15 110
Silt, clayey, gray brown to light brown; contains sand and fine gravel 10 120
Gravel, fine to medium, sand, and silt, light brown and white; contains caliche 7 127
Silt, clayey, dull yellow and light blue gray 12 139
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine; contains a little greenish-gray and buff silt 61 200
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, fine 30 230
Sand, coarse to fine, and silt, light greenish gray 22 252
Laverne formation
Silt, soft, light gray to light tan; contains fine to medium sand 8 260
Silt, clayey, light gray, light buff, and light blue gray 20 280
Clay, thin-bedded, blue gray; contains fine sand 20 300
Clay, light blue gray 20 320
Clay, silty, blocky, dull greenish gray 6 326
Silt and clay, brittle, gray 4 330
Silt and clay, gray and blue gray; contains very fine sand 23 353
Silt, green; contains fine to very fine sand 7 360
Clay, silty, light green gray and blue gray 10 370
Clay, soft, light gray 50 420
Clay, soft, light gray; contains thin beds of caliche and a little sand 25 445
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, fine 47 492
Clay, silty, white to pink buff 5 497
Sand, coarse to fine; contains white and buff silt 23 520
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, fine 80 600
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, fine; in part cemented; contains light-buff and pink silt in lower part 14 614
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, silty, dull red 11 625

18. Sample log of test hole 18 in the SW 1/4 NW 1/4 sec. 13, T. 34 S., R. 31 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1944. Surface altitude, 2,594 feet. (Samples studied by Oscar S. Fent and Thad G. McLaughlin.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
Sand and silt, gray brown 2 2
TERTIARY-Pliocene
Laverne formation
Clay, blocky, gray green 2 4
Sand and gravel, coarse to fine, in part cemented 5 9
Clay, yellow buff 4 13
Sand, fine, to gravel, medium; in part cemented 4 17
Clay, yellow buff and light blue gray; contains a little caliche 13 30
Gravel, fine, and sand; contains blue-gray clay 6 36
Clay, light blue gray; contains silt in upper part, sand in the middle, and caliche at base 8 44
Silt, micaceous, soft, brown 3 47
Clay, compact, blue gray 3 50
Silt, brownish gray; contains fine to coarse sand 3 53
Clay, green gray, blue gray, and yellow buff; contains sand in upper part 25 78
Silt, clayey, yellow gray; contains sand and gravel 8 86
Gravel, fine to medium, and sand 4 90
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine; contains yellow silt in upper part 10 100
Gravel, coarse to fine, and sand 58 158
Silt, yellow brown; contains fine to medium sand 2 160
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand 17 177
Clay, light gray 3 180
Silt, micaceous, yellow 2 182
Clay, yellow buff 5 187
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand; contains yellow-gray silt 8 195
Silt, buff; contains fine to medium sand 2 197
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand 3 200
Silt, micaceous, yellow gray to yellow 6 206
Clay, blue gray 14 220
Clay, silty, light blue gray and yellow gray; contains fine to medium sand 5 225
Gravel, fine, and sand 6 231
Silt, buff; contains fine to coarse sand 3 234
Gravel, fine, and sand 2 236
Silt, buff; contains fine to coarse sand 1 237
Gravel, fine, and sand 8 245
Silt, buff; contains fine to coarse sand 1 246
Gravel, fine, and sand; contains yellow-gray and buff silt in lower part 24 270
Caliche, hard, white and pink; contains fine to medium sand 3 273
Silt, yellow gray; contains fine to coarse sand 2 275
Gravel, fine to medium, and sand 15 290
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand; contains a few thin beds of light-gray, yellow-gray, and pink-buff silt 100 390
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine; contains pink-buff silt in lower part 30 420
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand 12 432
Silt, white to light brown and gray green; contains fine to coarse sand 32 464
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, brick red and white 16 480

19. Sample log of test hole 19 in the SW 1/4 SW 1/4 sec. 13, T.34 S.R. 31 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1944. Surface altitude, 2,611 feet. (Samples studied by Oscar S. Fent and Thad G. McLaughlin.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
QUATERNARY-Pleistocene
Meade formation
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine; contains brown silt 3 3
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine; cemented with calcium carbonate to form "mortar beds" 4 7
TERTIARY-Pliocene
Rexroad (?) and Laverne formations
Clay, light gray, contains a little coarse to fine sand 4 11
Sand, coarse to fine, and silt, clayey, light greenish gray and pink buff; contains fine to medium gravel 7 18
Gravel, fine, and sand 8 26
Sand, medium to fine, consolidated 4 30
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine; contains light-brown silt and gray-green clay 53 83
Caliche, gray white; contains fine to medium sand 1 84
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine 26 110
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand 63 173
Caliche, hard, white; contains fine to medium sand 1 174
Gravel, fine, and sand; contains gray-green and yellow clay 6 180
Gravel, fine, and sand; in part cemented; contains blue-gray and light gray-green clay in lower part 20 200
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, fine 63 263
Silt, soft, light yellow buff and light gray 5 268
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, fine 30 298
Clay, soft, buff; contains fine to coarse sand 7 305
Gravel, fine, and sand 135 440
Clay, light yellow brown, light greenish gray, light pink buff, and brown; contains fine to medium sand 28 468
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, dull red 12 480

20. Sample log of test hole 20 in the NE 1/4 SW 1/4 sec. 24, T.34 S., R.31 W., drilled by the State Geological Survey, 1944. Surface altitude, 2,520+/- feet. (Samples studied by Oscar S. Fent and Thad G. McLaughlin.) Thickness (feet) Depth (feet)
Soil, gray brown 1 1
TERTIARY-Pliocene
Laverne formation
Clay, blocky, gray green 2 3
Limestone, hard, light gray; contains fine to coarse sand 1 4
Marl, porous, yellow to gray white 14 18
Clay, light gray green 8 26
Gravel, fine to medium, and sand; cemented by limonite 4 30
Sand, coarse to fine, and gravel, medium to fine 13 43
Clay, light gray green 3 46
Limestone, hard, light gray 1 47
Silt and clay, thin-bedded, in part cemented, gray and brown 11 58
Gravel, coarse, to sand, fine, yellow 46 104
Clay, silty, light gray green and light brown 2 106
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand 32 138
Clay, partly cemented, white 1 139
Marl, hard, yellow to gray white; contains fine to coarse sand and fine gravel 11 150
Silt, thin-bedded, blue gray and green gray, contains fine sand 47 197
Shale, laminated, gray to green gray; contains blue-gray silty clay 9 206
Sand, medium to fine 3 209
Clay, blue gray 9 218
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand; contains light-gray clay, and light-gray and pink-buff silt 22 240
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand 110 350
Gravel, medium to fine, and sand; contains dark-buff silt 25 375
Silt, pink buff to reddish buff; contains fine to medium sand 48 423
PERMIAN-Guadalupian
Redbeds
Shale, brick red 7 430

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