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Digital Geologic Map of Sherman Quadrangle, North-Central Texas

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Citation

Jason R. Masoner, David S. Burden, and Tom E. Short, 2002, Digital Geologic Map of Sherman Quadrangle, North-Central Texas: U.S. Geological Survey.

Summary

This digital data set contains geologic formations for the 1:250,000-scale Sherman quadrangle, Texas and Oklahoma. The original data are from the Bureau of Economic Geology publication, "Geologic Atlas of Texas, Sherman sheet", by J.H. McGowen, T.F. Hentz, D.E. Owen, M.K. Pieper, C.A. Shelby, and V.E. Barnes, 1967, revised 1991.

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This data set was created for use in a regional ground-water model of the Lake Texoma watershed for a project by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory located in Ada, Oklahoma, titled "Development of protocols and decision support tools for assessing watershed system assimilative capacity, in support of risked-based ecosystem management and restoration practices." Although this data set was created for use in a specific project, it may be used to make geologic maps, and determine approximate areas and locations of various geologic units.
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