Black Hand Gorge State Nature Preserve: Lower Mississippian deltaic deposits in east-central Ohio
Published:January 01, 1987
Robert J. Malcuit, Kennard B. Bork, 1987. "Black Hand Gorge State Nature Preserve: Lower Mississippian deltaic deposits in east-central Ohio", North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America, Donald L. Biggs
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Black Hand Gorge State Nature Preserve is located about 9 mi (15 km) east of Newark, Ohio. It is readily accessible from Ohio 16 and 146, as shown on Figure 1. The area became a state nature preserve in 1975 and is accessible on a year-round basis during daylight hours. Canoeing in the river and bicycling along a recently constructed bicycle trail are possible when weather and water level permit. The gorge is located on the west-central area of the Toboso (Ohio) 7½-minute Quadrangle (Fig. 2).
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