Jefferson County is underlain by Ordovician sedimentary rocks, primarily sandstone and dolostones. A few inliers of Precambrian quartzite occur in the northern part of the county, and are quarried just north of the County line in adjacent Dodge County. Glacial sediments, forming world-class landforms such as drumlins, obscure the bedrock in many places, but can yield interesting specimens from the drift.
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New Locality Added: Quarry No. 1, Königshain, Görlitz, Oberlausitz, Saxony, GermanyFrom Thomas Witzke, 23rd Jul 2014 13:57:43