|Name||Biotite Gneiss and Schist|
|Geologic age||Cambrian/Late Proterozoic|
Metamorphic > Amphiboliteinterlayered and gradational with amphibolite
Metamorphic > Gneiss > Biotite-gneissBiotite Gneiss - inequigranular and megacrystic; in places contains garnet
Metamorphic > Schist > Mica-schistSchist - inequigranular and megacrystic; in places contains garnet; interlayered and gradational with mica schist
Igneous > Plutonic > Graniticincludes small masses of granitic rock.
Rhodes, Thomas S., and Conrad, Stephen G., 1985, Geologic Map of North Carolina: Department of Natural Resources and Community Development, Division of Land Resources, and the NC Geological Survey, compiled by Brown, Philip M., et al, and Parker, John M. III, and in association with the State Geologic Map Advisory Committee, scale 1:500,000.
The North Carolina Dept. of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources, Division of Land Resources, NC Geological Survey, in cooperation with the NC Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, 1998 (updated 2007), Geology - North Carolina (1:250,000), coverage data file geol250. The data represents the digital equivalent of the official State Geology map (1:500,000 scale), but was digitized from (1:250,000 scale) base maps.
|Counties||Chatham - Franklin - Granville - Halifax - Harnett - Johnston - Lee - Nash - Vance - Wake - Warren|