Karst Applied Research Studies Through Geologic Mapping (KARST) Project

Middleway Quadrangle status page

Middleway West Virginia 1:24,000 scale quadrangle status

The paper geologic map of the Middleway  quadrangle was published by the West Virginia Geological Survey in 1999. A portion of the quadrangle in the vicinity of the USGS Leetown Science Center has been  re-mapped and will be available on the internet, as part of an Open-File Report,  in  October  2006.
 
Geology of the Berryville, Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, Middleway, and Round Hill Quadrangles, Jefferson County, WV: S.L. Dean, B.R. Kulander, and P. Lessing, 1990, MAP-WV35, 1:24,000 is available from the West Virginia Geological Survey.

 Location map showing quadrangles in the Senandoah Valley of Virginia and West Virginia and status of geologic mapping by the USGS

Map showing status of USGS geologic mapping in the Shenandoah Valley of  parts of Virginia and West Virginia. Large gray rectangle is the Winchester 30' X 60' quadrangle.

Click on links below for status and availability of geologic maps:

Boyce    Hayfield    Inwood    Middletown    Middleway    Mountain Falls    Stephens City    Stephenson    White Hall     Winchester24K     Winchester100K

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