Geology of Ohio: Episode Two – Caesars Creek

To start off on this topic I’ll give some background information about this National Park located about five miles east of waynesville Ohio Caesars Creek came into being in 1971 when the Army Corps of Engineers erected a dam to control flooding in the valley the emergency overflow control spillway is where much of the geology of CJ’s Creek can be found the channel exposes prime 445 million year old order vision outcrop with an abundance of fossils but we don’t need again to that just yet first let’s look into the depositional environment and the time of the order […]

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