Illinois Map Series

IMAP 23 Geological and Geophysical Maps of the Illinois Basin-Ozark Dome Region
$95.00
IMAP 23
IMAP 23 Geological and Geophysical Maps of the Illinois Basin-Ozark Dome Region Twelve 34"× 27"map sheets; each map depicts a different data theme for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. (Maps can be ordered individually below) Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-1 Land Surface
$12.50
IMAP 23-1
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Land Surfacedata for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-2 Bedrock Topography
$12.50
IMAP 23-2
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Bedrock Topography data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-3 Surficial Geology
$12.50
IMAP 23-3
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Surficial Geology data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-4 Bedrock Geology
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IMAP 23-4
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Bedrock Geology data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-5 Springfield
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IMAP 23-5
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Springfield data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-6 New Albany
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IMAP 23-6
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts New Albany data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-7 Trenton
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IMAP 23-7
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Trenton data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-8 Precambrian
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IMAP 23-8
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Precambrian data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-9 Isostatic Anomaly
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IMAP 23-9
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Isostatic Anomaly data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-10 Magnetic Anomaly
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IMAP 23-10
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Magnetic Anomaly data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-11 Faults Folds
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IMAP 23-11
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Faults & Folds data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP 23-12 Earthquakes
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IMAP 23-12
34"× 27" map sheet; map depicts Earthquake data for the 4-state area of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky; 13-page report includes text and 12 figures. Authors: Stephen Marshak, Timothy H. Larson, Curtis C. Abert
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IMAP22 Mid Illinois River Basal sand and gravel thickness
$7.50
IMAP22

Basal sand and gravel thickness of the middle Illinois River valley, Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois: Illinois State Geological Survey, Illinois Map 22, 1:62,500. Description: One 41" × 45" map sheet; contains map, legends; descriptive text, 1 table, and 3 figures.

Author: Berg, R.C., E.D. McKay III, and B.J. Stiff, 2015

 


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IMAP 21 Mid Illinois River Soil parent materials
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IMAP 21 MidIlRivSPM

Soil parent materials of the middle Illinois River valley, Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois: Illinois State Geological Survey, Illinois Map 21, 1:62,500. Description: One 32" × 45" map sheet; contains map, legend; and descriptive text.

Authors: Berg, R. C., E.D. McKayy III, and B. J. Stiff, 2015

 


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IMAP 20 Mid Illinois River Aquifer sensitivity of the basal sand and gravel of the middle Illinois River valley, Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois
$7.50
IMAP 20 MidIlRiv AS

Aquifer sensitivity of the basal sand and gravel of the middle Illinois River valley, Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois: Illinois State Geological Survey, Illinois Map 20, 1:62,500.  One 40" × 45" map sheet; contains map, legend; descriptive text, and 2 figures.

Authors: Berg, R.C., E.D. McKay III, and B.J. Stiff, 2015,

 


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mahomet_aquifer_cs_IMap19.jpg IMAP 19 Geologic Cross Sections Across the Mahomet Bedrock Valley
$7.50
Illinois Map 19
Authors: Andrew J. Stumpf, Lisa A. Atkinson, 2015

Geologic Cross Sections Across the Mahomet Bedrock Valley, Champaign, Ford, McLean, Piatt, and Vermilion Counties was developed in the process of building a three-dimensional geologic model of the Mahomet aquifer. These detailed illustrations provide a window into the subsurface of this part of east-central Illinois that was not possible before. The cross sections depict the geologic materials encountered between the land surface and the bedrock along specific lines, or transects, across the Mahomet Bedrock Valley. The sequences shown of clayey sediment, interpreted as till and glacial lake sediment, and glacial sand and gravel capture the complex history of deposition and erosion of at least three main episodes of glaciation during the Quaternary Period. This map will be an important resource for people in the region who study or manage the underground water supplies, especially those involved in modeling groundwater flow, estimating water supplies, or evaluating water quality.


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IMAP 18: Middle Illinois Valley Drift Thickness
$7.50
Illinois Map 18.
Authors: Berg, R.C., E.D. McKay III, and B.J. Stiff, 2014
One 37" × 44" map sheet; includes map, legends, and descriptive text with 3 figures.

Drift Thickness of the Middle Illinois River Valley, Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois: Illinois State Geological Survey, Illinois Map 18, 1:62,500.
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IMAP 17 : Elevation of the Basal Sand and Gravel of the Middle Illinois River Valley, Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois
$7.50
Illinois Map 17.
Compiled by Richard C. Berg, E. Donald McKay III, and Barbara J. Stiff.
2012. 37 × 44 inches, scale 1:62,500.

This map depicts the top elevation of the basal sand and gravel of the middle Illinois River Valley region from east of the “Big Bend” of the river near Hennepin to south of Chillicothe. This sand and gravel unit resides directly above the bedrock surface, is often thicker than 100 feet, and constitutes a major drinking water resource for the region. The map provides insight into the erosional and depositional history of the ancient Mississippi River, the ancient Illinois River, and the modern Illinois River. The topography of the sand and gravel deposit reflects numerous periods of sand and gravel deposition and erosion associated with glacial advances and retreats across the region and associated glacial-fluvial and modern fluvial events. The map is an essential precursor to an aquifer sensitivity map for the region, which will be based on the depth to and thickness of this basal deposit. The map is an outgrowth of mapping for a proposed Illinois Department of Transportation highway improvement project along Illinois Route 29 on the west side of the Illinois River north of Chillicothe.
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IMAP 16 : Surficial Geology of the Middle Illinois River Valley, Bureau, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois
$12.50
Illinois Map 16.
Compiled by E. Donald McKay III, Richard C. Berg, Andrew J. Stumpf, and C. Pius Wiebel.
2010. 35 × 46 inches, scale 1:62,500; plus 7-page report.

This surficial geology map, with information on the subsurface distribution of geologic materials, is valuable for the identification of opportunities and limitations for future land development and anticipation of the likely consequences of past and future land-use decisions. Typical applications of the map include estimation of groundwater resource potential, occurrences of potential aggregate resources, geologic conditions that may present hazards for construction, and the capability of the geologic setting to support certain land uses such as a landfill. The map is an outgrowth of mapping for a proposed Illinois Department of Transportation highway improvement project along Illinois Route 29 on the west side of the Illinois River north of Chillicothe.
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ISGS-IMAP15.gif IMAP 15 : Bedrock Topography of the Middle Illinois River Valley, Bureau, Marshall, Peoria, Putnam, and Woodford Counties, Illinois
$7.50
Illinois Map 15.
Compiled by Richard C. Berg, C. Pius Wiebel, Andrew J. Stumpf, and E. Donald McKay III.
2009. 38 × 44 inches, scale 1:62,500.

This bedrock topography map reveals the geomorphic features created by the ancient Mississippi River, the ancient Illinois River, the modern Illinois River, and numerous glacial advances and retreats. In the map area, the bedrock surface is buried beneath as much as 330 feet of glacial and post-glacial sediments. The overall relief (hills and valleys) of the bedrock surface affects the types of bedrock at its surface. This relationship is important for depicting the depth to bedrock for drilling operations and for predicting the distribution of shallow, economically significant rock resources. Most important, mapping of the bedrock topography delineates buried bedrock valleys, which often contain sand and gravel deposits that are aquifers. The map was an outgrowth of mapping for a proposed Illinois Department of Transportation highway improvement project along Illinois Route 29 on the west side of the Illinois River north of Chillicothe.
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Bedrock Geology of Illinois IMAP 14 : Bedrock Geology of Illinois
$10.00
Illinois Map 14.
Compiled by Dennis R. Kolata.
2005. 36 × 54 inches, two sides, scale 1:500,000.

This statewide, full-color map includes much more detail about the state's bedrock geology than was previously available. Complex geologic features on the map, such as the bedrock geology near Hicks Dome in Hardin County, are shown in exploded view. The new information on the map was gleaned during the most recent 10 years of Survey mapping. Side 1 contains the map itself, the areas mapped since 1967, a legend, and explanation of symbols. Side 2 displays two large cross sections, one the width and the other the length of the state. A highly detailed stratigraphic column is shown. Several smaller maps portray other aspects of Illinois geology, including Sub Kaskaskia geology, Sub-Absaroka (Pennsylvanian Period geology, Quaternary geology, Sub-Tippecanoe geology, structural features, and the top of the Precambrian. Wirelog information and references are given also.
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Coal Industry in Illinois IMAP 13 : Coal Industry in Illinois
$5.00
Illinois Map 13.
Scott D. Elrick compiler.
2013 Revision. 30 × 50 inches, scale 1:500,000.

This statewide map shows active and idle mines, mined areas, major coal-burning power, industrial, and institutional plants; coal-loading docks; tables on mines, coal-burning power, industrial, and institutional plants, coal balance for Illinois in 1995; and generalized stratigraphic column.


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Illinois Land Cover IMAP 12 : Illinois Land Cover
$10.00
Illinois Map 12.
D.E. Luman, T. Tweddale, B. Bahnsen, and P. Willis.
2004. 36 × 53 inches, scale 1:500,000.

This map was produced in response to a need for current, detailed information about Illinois land, the raw material of the state. This land cover information for twenty-six identified categories is essential to ensure wise land-use decisions and good land stewardship. The satellite image data used to construct the map revealed that more than 76% of Illinois land is devoted to agriculture, primarily corn and soybeans, followed by forested lands (11.5%), urban and built-up lands (6.5%), wetlands (3.9%), and surface water (1.7%). A great companion to the Illinois Surface Topography map.
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Illinois Surface Topography IMAP 11 : Illinois Surface Topography
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Illinois Map 11.
D.E. Luman, L.R. Smith, and C.C. Goldsmith.
2003. 36 × 54 inches; scale 1:500,000.

This map shows the state's land surface in unprecedented detail, revealing regional structures and landforms that are too subtle to recognize on previous topographical maps. This amazing image of the state was created by using digital elevation data and by exaggerating the vertical scale twenty times. Lighting, shading, and color tinting techniques used in the map's production allow the reader to spot easily the landscape features such as floodplains, hills, river valleys, and glacial moraines. Scientists viewing the map for the first time quickly noticed landforms they hadn't seen before, including the unusual ridged topography along Interstate 39 in eastern Winnebago County.
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Geologic Road Map of Illinois: Surface Deposits and Landscapes IMAP 10 : Geologic Road Map of Illinois: Surface Deposits and Landscapes
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Illinois Map 10.
David A. Grimley, Barbara J. Stiff, and Michael J. Andrew.
2001. Two sides. 36 × 36 inches.

With this road map in your car, you'll be able to check whether that hill in the distance is a moraine! Side relates the geology of Illinois to its highways and cities, so you can pinpoint your location and the geological features you see around you. Plus, these features are color-coded to explanatory text, making it easy to find out about specific locations. Side 2 contains maps of Illinois land cover, surface topography, quaternary geology, topography of the bedrock surface, and bedrock geology. Easy-to-understand explanations are included.
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IMAP 08 Karst terrains and carbonate rocks of Illinois
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IMAP 08 Karst terrains and carbonate rocks of Illinois, C. Pius Weibel and Samuel V. Panno, 1997
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IMAP 07 Structural cross section of the Paleozoic rocks in Illinois, Wayne County to Stephenson County
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IMAP 07 Structural cross section of the Paleozoic rocks in Illinois, Wayne County to Stephenson County, Janis D. Treworgy, Stephen T. Whitaker, and Zakaria Lasemi, 1997
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IMAP 06 Shaded relief map of Illinois
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IMAP 06 Shaded relief map of Illinois, Curtis C. Abert, 1996
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IMAP 05 Buried bedrock surface of Illinois (3rd ed.)
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Buried bedrock surface of Illinois (3rd ed.) Beverly L. Herzog, Barbara J. Stiff, Cheri A. Chenoweth ... et al., 1994
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IMAP 03 Stack-unit map of Paducah 1 degree x 2 degree Quadrangle : geologic materials to a depth of 15 meters
$3.50
IMAP 03 Stack-unit map of Paducah 1 degree x 2 degree Quadrangle : geologic materials to a depth of 15 meters, Richard C. Berg, Mary R. Greenpool, 1994
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IMAP 02 Total intensity magnetic anomaly map of Illinois
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IMAP 02 Total intensity magnetic anomaly map of Illinois, Thomas G. Hildenbrand, Robert P. Kucks, Paul C. Heigold, 1993
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IMAP 01 Simple Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Illinois
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IMAP 01 Simple Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Illinois, Paul C. Heigold, Lyle D. McGinnis, C. Patrick Ervine, Robert P. Kucks, 1993
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Sat-Image-Map-IL from Mike.png Satellite Image Map of Illinois
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MISCMAPSAT

Satellite Image Map of Illinois

Richard E. Dahlberg, Donald E. Luman, and Alden Warren, 1985, 37.5 x 57.5 inches.

2015 marks the 30 year anniversary of this history making map! According to Survey records this map sold more copies in the first few days of its release than any other map publication in Survey history. Perhaps you have a copy that needs to be replaced, or perhaps you have not owned one, so now is your chance!

In honor of its 30 year anniversary this item is being offered free of charge, you only pay the shipping charge. If you would like multiple copies please call, 217-244-2414 or email, sales@prairie.illinois.edu


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Landform-Map-small.gif MISCMAPlandforms
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MISCMAPlandforms
Landforms of Illinois James A. Bier 1980
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