Alluvial deposits

Sand, silt, clay, and gravel. In flood plain of Mississippi River more than 100 feet thick; in smaller streams generally less than 20 feet thick.
State Tennessee
Name Alluvial deposits
Geologic age Quaternary
Lithologic constituents
Major
Unconsolidated > Coarse-detrital (Alluvial)sand and gravel
Unconsolidated > Fine-detrital (Alluvial)clay and silt
Comments West sheet
References

Greene, D.C., and Wolfe, W.J., 2000, Superfund GIS - 1:250,000 Geology of Tennessee, USGS, (geo250k).

Hardeman, W.D., Miller, R.A., and Swingle, G.D., 1966, Geologic Map of Tennessee: Division of Geology, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, 4 sheets, scale 1:250,000

NGMDB product
Counties Benton - Carroll - Chester - Crockett - Decatur - Dyer - Fayette - Gibson - Hardeman - Hardin - Haywood - Henderson - Henry - Humphreys - Lake - Lauderdale - McNairy - Madison - Obion - Perry - Shelby - Stewart - Tipton - Wayne - Weakley