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The approximate crest of the Central Georgia uplift was determined from the Florida border northward into Georgia for about 45 mi on the basis of the sediment-size ratio of Miocene phosphorite matrices. A large breaching of the Central Georgia uplift was indicated by isopleths of the same ratios where the Suwannee Strait and Shaler's line coincide as they cross the uplift. Also indicated was possible left-lateral movement along Shaler's line.
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