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Geological Plan 
of 
Jamaica
Based On The Map 
By
R.T. Hill, 1898

[image - map of Jamaica printed across two pages with patterns drawn to indicate soil types and circled numbers from 1 to 53, indicating sites of soil profile pits, as described in a legend to the lower left]]

[[locations named in map]] Savanna-La-Mar, Montego Bay, Montpelier, Cambridge, St. Ann's Bay, Moneague, Richmond, Annotto Bay, Buff Bay, Kingston, Manchioneal, Bowden [[/locations]]

[[underlined]] INDEX [[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] GEOLOGICAL FORMATION     AGE [[/underlined]]
[[image of pattern with v's]]
RECENT ALLUVIUM     RECENT
[[image of pattern with staggered dots]]
OLD ALLUVIUM  } COASTAL SERIES    PLEISTOCENE
[[image of pattern with diagonal lines]]
MANCHIONEAL BEDS } COASTAL SERIES     PLIOCENE
[[image of pattern with o's and dashes]]
BOWDEN BEDS } COASTAL SERIES     MIOCENE
[[image of blank white pattern]]
WHITE LIMESTONE } OCEANIC SERIES     OLIGOCENE
[[image of pattern with horizontal lines]]
CAMBRIDGE BEDS } BLUE MOUNTAIN SERIES     EOCENE
[[image of pattern with vertical lines]]
RICHMOND BEDS } BLUE MOUNTAIN SERIES     EOCENE
[[image of pattern with evenly spaced o's]]
CONGLOMERATES } BLUE MOUNTAIN SERIES     CRETACEOUS
[[image of pattern with plus signs]]
IGNEOUS ROCKS

[[circled]] 7 [[/circled]] SITES OF SOIL PROFILE PITS

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