Glacial Sediments of New Jersey

Metadata:


Identification_Information:
Citation:
Citation_Information:
Originator:
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Geologic Survey
Publication_Date: 1990, Revised 1991, 1995, 2002, 2005
Title: Glacial Sediments of New Jersey
Geospatial_Data_Presentation_Form: vector digital data
Online_Linkage: <http://www.state.nj.us/dep/njgs/geodata/dgs96-1.htm>
Description:
Abstract:
Glacial Sediments of New Jersey includes three ARC/INFO Geographic Information Systems (GIS) coverages compiled from NJGS Open-File Map No. 3, Hydrogeologic Character and Thickness of the Glacial Sediment of New Jersey, 1990, (revised 2002, 2005). These coverages detail the map distribution, thickness, and types of Quaternary glacial sediment in northern New Jersey at the 1:100,000 scale. The GIS data are compiled in NAD83 State-Plane-Coordinate feet using an optical scanner, raster-to-vector conversion software, and a digitizer. The "sediment" theme contains polygons of stratigraphic units. The "sedthick" theme contains isopach-contour lines and polygons of sediment thickness values in 50-foot intervals. The "sometill" theme contains polygons of till deposits overlying fluvial and lacustrine sediment.

Since the last revision (2002), a northern New Jersey state boundary polygon has been added to the "Sedthick" coverage with all applicable field data that ties into the geographic area. The parameters have also been updated within the metadata.

Purpose:
These coverages are derived from the 2002 revision of N.J. Geological Survey Open-File Map OFM-3, originally released in 1990. There will be future revisions of the map before publication, so the information in these coverages is subject to change. Open File Map 3 is at a scale of 1:100,000. Enlargement of the coverages to more detailed scales will result in registration errors. If information is needed at more detailed scales, please contact the N.J. Geological Survey (609) 292-2576 to determine the status of detailed mapping. Open-File Map 3 also contains explanatory information that is not provided here, including descriptions of materials, hydrogeologic characteristics of the map units, and block diagrams of typical valley-fill aquifer systems. OFM 3 also has a topographic base and an inset map showing the location of principal glacial aquifers in New Jersey. Users are urged to obtain a copy of this map, which is available from:

NJDEP Maps and Publications Sales Office PO Box 417, Trenton, N.J. 08625-0417 Telephone (609)777-1038.

Supplemental_Information:
Glacial sediments are mapped in the northern part of New Jersey covering parts of the Valley and Ridge, Highlands, and Piedmont physiographic provinces. The area includes about the upper one-third of the State . All coverages were either scanned or digitized from base-positive mylar separates of Open-File Map No. 3. The sediment and thickness coverages were first optically scanned and subsequently edited in ARC/INFO using a digitizer. The lines in the sediment coverage that were duplicated in the sometill coverage were selected from the completed sediment coverage and put into the sometill coverage. Other lines that were unique to the sometill coverage were then digitized from the mylar separate from Open-File Map No. 3. DATA STRUCTURE Vector data with arc-node topology. Spatial objects include polygons, arcs, labels, tics, and nodes with x,y coordinates.

MAPEXTENT

sediment sedthick sometill

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ymin = 607174.063 ymin = 607111.125 ymin = 683322.688

xmax = 659480.375 xmax = 660447.000 xmax = 546900.188

ymax = 919466.250 ymax = 919499.250 ymax = 760912.375

Time_Period_of_Content:
Time_Period_Information:
Single_Date/Time:
Calendar_Date: 2001
Currentness_Reference: publication date
Status:
Progress: Complete
Maintenance_and_Update_Frequency: As needed
Spatial_Domain:
Bounding_Coordinates:
West_Bounding_Coordinate: -75.211285
East_Bounding_Coordinate: -73.886841
North_Bounding_Coordinate: 41.357656
South_Bounding_Coordinate: 40.498040
Keywords:
Theme:
Theme_Keyword_Thesaurus: Sediment Thickness
Theme_Keyword: Glacial
Theme_Keyword: surficial
Theme_Keyword: sediment
Theme_Keyword: sediment character
Theme_Keyword: sediment thickness
Place:
Place_Keyword: New Jersey
Stratum:
Stratum_Keyword: Geology
Access_Constraints: none
Use_Constraints:
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The Data provided herein are distributed subject to the following conditions and restrictions.

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Point_of_Contact:
Contact_Information:
Contact_Person_Primary:
Contact_Person: Scott Stanford
Contact_Organization:
New Jersey of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) New Jersey Geological Survey
Contact_Position: Geologist
Contact_Voice_Telephone: (609) 902-2576
Contact_Facsimile_Telephone: (609) 633-1004
Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: sstanford@dep.nj.gov
Hours_of_Service: 9-5
Data_Set_Credit:
Glacial Sediments of New Jersey By S.D. Stanford, R.W. Witte, and D.P. Harper Digital compilation by M.C. Scott, G.C. Herman, and M.W. Girard N.J. Geological Survey Digital Geodata Series DGS96-1

PUBLISHED REFERENCES (for thickness coverage only)

Canace, R., Hutchinson, W.R., Saunders, W.R., and Andres, K.G., 1983, Results of the 1980-81 drought emergency ground water investigation in Morris and Passaic counties, New Jersey: N.J. Geological Survey Open-File Report 83-3, 132 p.

Canace, R., and Hutchinson, W.R., 1988, Bedrock topography and profiles of valley-fill deposits in the Ramapo River valley, New Jersey: N.J. Geological Survey Geologic Map Series 88-6, 2 sheets

Carswell, L.D., Rooney, J.G., 1976, Summary of geology and ground-water resources of Passaic County, New Jersey: U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations 76-75, 47 p.

Ghatge, S.L., and Hall, D.W., 1989, Geophysical investigations to determine bedrock topography in the East Hanover-Morristown area, Morris County, New Jersey: N.J. Geological Survey Report 17, 24 p.

Herpers, H., and Barksdale, H.C., 1951, Preliminary report of the geology and ground-water supply of the Newark, New Jersey area: N.J. Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Water Policy and Supply, Special Report 10, 52 p.

Lovegreen, J.R., 1974, Paleodrainage history of the Hudson estuary: M.S. thesis, Columbia University, 152 p.

Miller, J.W., 1974, Geology and ground-water resources of Sussex County and the Warren County portion of the Tocks Island impact area: N.J. Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Resources, Bureau of Geology and Topography Bulletin 73, 143 p.

Nemickas, Bronius, 1974, Bedrock topography and thickness of Pleistocene deposits in Union County and adjacent areas, New Jersey: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations Map I-795.

Nichols, W.D., 1968, Bedrock topography of eastern Morris and western Essex counties, New Jersey, U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Geological Investigations Map I-549.

Parillo, D.G., 1959, Bedrock map of the Hackensack meadowlands: N.J. Geological Survey Geologic Report Series 1, 25 P. Revised by H.F. Kasabach, 1962.

Reimer, G.E., 1984, The sedimentology and stratigraphy of the southern basin of glacial Lake Passaic, New Jersey: M.S. thesis, Rutgers University, 205 p.

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Cross_Reference:
Citation_Information:
Originator:
New Jersey Department of Proteciton (NJDEP) New Jersey Geological Survey
Title:
Hydrogeologic Character and Thickness of the Glacial Sediment of New Jersey
Edition: 2
Geospatial_Data_Presentation_Form: vector digital data
Series_Information:
Series_Name:
Hydrogeologic Character and Thickness of the Glacial Sediment of New Jersey
Online_Linkage: www.state.nj.us.dep.njgs

Data_Quality_Information:
Attribute_Accuracy:
Attribute_Accuracy_Report:
Sediment coverage transformation

Rotation (degrees) = (0.348) RMS Error (input,output) = (0.005,41.070)

Sedthick coverage transformation

Rotation (degrees) = (89.766) RMS Error (input,output) = (0.014,116.927)

Lineage:
Process_Step:
Process_Description:
The sediment and sedthick coverages were built by first scanning mylar separates of Open-File Map No. 3 using a CalComp ScanPlus II scanner set at 400 dpi resolution. The scanner accuracy is +-.25%. The images were saved in a TIFF 5.0 image format. The image was converted into a vector format using CADCore Version 2.0 raster-to-vector conversion software. The raster images were center-line traced, exported as ARC/INFO generate files with a line format. The line coverages were generated, edited, and built into polygon coverages in board inches. Proof plots were made of each coverage on mylar and compared to the original base maps. Any line that deviated from the original position by more than .012" (about 1 to 1.5 line widths) were re-digitized, re-plotted, and corrected until the desired results were obtained. A CalComp 9100 digitizer was used that has an accuracy of +-0.005" (+-0.127 mm). The coverages were then transformed into State-Plane-Coordinate feet using the corners of 7-1/2 minute quadrangles for the transformation links. The transformation results are listed below in Section 2.1.5.1. Polygon and line coverage items were then added to the coverages and manually updated. The sometill coverage was built using some lines from the sediment coverage and others that were digitized as original lines. Those lines that were in common were selected from the sediment coverage and put into the sometill coverage in SPC feet. Other lines that were needed to complete the polygons were digitized and edited in the same manner as for the Sediment and Sedthick coverages. The maximum RMS registration error for the Sometill coverage was +-.003. Polygon items were added to sometill and manually updated.

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Point_and_Vector_Object_Information:
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Point_and_Vector_Object_Count: 289
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Point_and_Vector_Object_Count: 1546

Spatial_Reference_Information:
Horizontal_Coordinate_System_Definition:
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Grid_Coordinate_System:
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False_Easting: 492125.000000
False_Northing: 0.000000
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Ordinate_Resolution: 0.000923
Planar_Distance_Units: survey feet
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Horizontal_Datum_Name: North American Datum of 1983
Ellipsoid_Name: Geodetic Reference System 80
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Attribute_Domain_Values:
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Attribute_Definition_Source: ESRI
Attribute_Domain_Values:
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Attribute:
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Attribute_Definition_Source: ESRI
Attribute_Domain_Values:
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Attribute:
Attribute_Label: SEDTHICKNESS#
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Attribute_Definition_Source: ESRI
Attribute_Domain_Values:
Unrepresentable_Domain:
Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.
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Attribute_Definition_Source: ESRI
Attribute:
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Attribute:
Attribute_Label: SYMBOL
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Attribute_Definition_Source: NJGS
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Vector data with arc-node topology. Spatial objects include polygons, arcs, labels, tics, and nodes with x,y coordinates.

NAME OF DATA

sediment, sedthick, and sometill

Entity_and_Attribute_Detail_Citation:
Following is a reference list of the INFO item variables used within this set of coverages. This list is abstracted from the metadata.txt file.

SEDIMENT.PAT (POLYGONS)

Sediments of Late Wisconsinan age

SYMBOL GEONUM GEOABB Description

(113, 112, ct , Continuous Till ) Continuous till generally greater than 20 feet thick. May be as much as 200 feet thick. Grain size of matrix generally reflects underlying bedrock. Silty sand to sandy till forms on gneiss, sandstone, quartzite, and conglomerate; silty till forms of shale, carbonate, basalt and diabase; silty clay till forms locally on shale and on Cretaceous clay.

-Hydrologic Chararcter - May be a local unconfined aquifer where thick and sandy. In the Passaic basin between Summit and Morristown till overlies productive, confined lacustrine-fan and fluvial sand and gravel aquifers in places. These areas are shown as polygons in the "sometill" theme.

(129, 114, dt, Thin Till and Rock Outcrop) Discontinuous till generally less than 20 feet thick, numerous bedrock outcrops.

-Hydrologic Chararcter - No significant surficial aquifer overlying bedrock.

(122, 116, m, Morainic Deposits) Till, sandy diamict, and minor sand and gravel deposited as ridges and knolls along former ice margins. May interbed with and overlie fluvial, deltaic, lacustrine-fan, and lake-bottom sediment where moraines traverse valleys and glacial lake basins. May be as much as 200 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- May be a local unconfined aquifer where thick; productive confined and semi-confined lacustrine-fan, deltaic, and fluvial sand and gravel aquifers may occur beneath morainic deposits in places. These areas are shown as polygons in the "sometill" theme.

(69, 119, d, Deltaic and Lacustrine-Fan Deposits) Sand and gravel deposited as deltas and fans in glacial lakes. May locally overlie lake-bottom sediment. As much as 200 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Chararcter- Unconfined aquifer where sufficiently thick. Lacustrine-fan sand and gravel is a productive confined or semi-confined aquifer in places in the subsurface, where it is overlain by lake-bottom sediment. Surface outcrops of deltas and fans may be recharge areas for these confined lacustrine-fan aquifers.

( 60, 120, l, Lake-Bottom Deposits) Silt, clay, and fine sand deposited on the bottoms of glacial lakes. As much as 250 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- Generally a confining or semi-confining layer. Underlain by productive confined and semiconfined lacustrine-fan and fluvial aquifers in places.

(84, 124, fl, Fluvial over Lacustrine Deposits) Generally a three-part vertical sequence of fluvial sand and gravel overlying deltaic and lake-bottom fine sand, silt, and minor clay, in turn overlying lacustrine-fan sand and gravel. Entire section may be as much as 250 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Chararcter- Upper sand and gravel may be an unconfined aquifer where thick or where hydrologically connected to surface water. Middle silt and fine sand unit is a confining or semi-confining layer. Lower sand and gravel may be a productive confined or semi-confined aquifer.

(109, 122, f, Fluvial Deposits) Sand and gravel deposited in plains in valleys not occupied by glacial lakes. Generally less than 50 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- Unconfined aquifer where sufficiently thick or where hydrologically connected to surface water.

(88, 128, ic, Ice-Contact Deposits) Sand and gravel and sandy, bouldery diamict forming hummocky topography. May be as much as 200 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- Unconfined aquifer where sufficiently thick; in large lake basins may be recharge areas for confined lacustrine-fan aquifers.

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Sediments of Illinoian age

SYMBOL GEONUM GEOABB Description

(112, 112, it, Till) Sandy silt to clayey sandy silt till. Occurs as erosional remnants on gentle to moderate slopes. Maximum thickness 50 feet.

-Hydrologic Character- Too thin to be an aquifer. May retard movement of surface water into the underlying bedrock.

(128, 118, im, Morainic Deposits) Till as in unit "it" forming low ridges along former ice margins. May interbed with and overlie fluvial, deltaic, lacustrine-fan, and lake-bottom sediment where moraines traverse valleys and glacial lake basins. May be as much as 100 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- May be a local unconfined aquifer where thick; productive confined and semi-confined lacustrine-fan, deltaic, and fluvial sand and gravel aquifers may occur beneath morainic deposits in places.

(74, 121, id, Deltaic and Lacustrine-Fan Deposits) Sand and gravel deposited as deltas and fans in glacial lakes. May locally overlie lake-bottom sediment. As much as 150 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- Unconfined aquifer where sufficiently thick. Lacustrine-fan sand and gravel is a productive confined or semi-confined aquifer in places in the subsurface, where it is overlain by lake-bottom sediment. Surface outcrops of deltas and fans may be recharge areas for these confined lacustrine-fan aquifers.

(105, 105, if, Fluvial Deposit) Sand and gravel deposited in plains in valleys not occupied by glacial lakes. Generally less than 50 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- Unconfined aquifer where sufficiently thick or where hydrologically connected to surface water.

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Sediments of Jerseyan age

SYMBOL GEONUM GEOABB Description

(111, 132, jt, Till) Sandy silt till to clayey silt till. Occurs as erosional remnants on flat upland areas. Maximum thickness 30 feet.

-Hydrologic Character- Too thin to be an aquifer. May retard movement of surface water into the underlying bedrock.

(63, 134, js, Fluvial and Deltaic Deposits) Sand and gravel of both fluvial and deltaic origin. Occur as erosional remnants on flat upland areas. Maximum thickness 80 feet but generally less than 30 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- Too thin to be an aquifer. Readily transmits surface water into the underlying bedrock.

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The "sometill" coverage contains areas where till (unit ct) and morainic deposits (units m, im) overlie sand and gravel (units f and d) and silt, fine sand, and clay (unit l).

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Non-Glacial Sediments

SYMBOL GEONUM GEOABB Description

(129 , _ , x, Colluvial and alluvial deposits and weathered bedrock material undifferentiated)

Non-glacial surficial material including weathered bedrock, colluvium, and alluvium. Weathered bedrock may be as thick as 300 feet on carbonate bedrock and 100 feet on gneiss and conglomerate bedrock but is generally less than 20 feet thick elsewhere. Colluvium occurs in wedge-shaped deposits at the base of hillslopes,and may be as much as 50 feet thick. Alluvium occurs in floodplains and terraces along streams and is generally less than 30 feet thick.

-Hydrologic Character- Weathered gneiss and conglomerate may be a local unconfined aquifer where thick and sandy. Otherwise, non-glacial materials are too thin to be aquifers.

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SEDTHICK.AAT (ARCS)

THICKNESS (feet)

0 50 100 150 200 250 300

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SEDTHICK.PAT (POLYGONS)

RANGE (feet)

<50 50 to 100 100 to 150 150 to 200 200 to 250 250 to 300

300

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Metadata_Reference_Information:
Metadata_Date: 20051222
Metadata_Contact:
Contact_Information:
Contact_Organization_Primary:
Contact_Organization:
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Geological Survey
Contact_Person: Michael Girard
Contact_Position: GIS Specialist
Contact_Address:
Address_Type: mailing address
Address: 29 Arctic Parkway; PO Box 427
City: Trenton
State_or_Province: New Jersey
Postal_Code: 08625-0427
Country: USA
Contact_Voice_Telephone: Michael Girard
Contact_TDD/TTY_Telephone: 609-292-2576
Contact_Facsimile_Telephone: 609-633-1004
Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: mike.girard@dep.nj.gov
Hours_of_Service: 9am - 5pm
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