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Aeromagnetic data were collected along flight lines by instruments in an aircraft that recorded magnetic-field values and locations. This dataset presents latitude, longitude, altitude, and magnetic-field values.
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During the Pliocene to middle Pleistocene, pluvial lakes in the western Great Basin repeatedly rose to levels much higher than those of the well-documented late Pleistocene pluvial lakes, and some presently isolated basins were connected. Sedimentologic, geomorphic, and chronologic evidence at sites shown on the map indicates that Lakes Lahontan and Columbus-Rennie were as much as 70 m higher in the early-middle Pleistocene than during their late Pleistocene high stands. Lake Lahontan at its 1400-m shoreline level would submerge present-day Reno, Carson City, and Battle Mountain, and would flood other now-dry basins. To the east, Lakes Jonathan (new name), Diamond, Newark, and Hubbs also reached high stands during...
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In 1986 and 1987, Pelagos Corporation of San Diego (now RacalPelagos) undertook a bathymetric survey of Mono Lake in easternCalifornia for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power(DWP). The result of that survey was a series of maps at variousscales and contour intervals. From these maps, the DWP hoped topredict consequences of the drop in lake level that resulted fromtheir diversion of streams in the Mono Basin. No digital models,including shaded-relief and perspective-view renderings, weremade from the data collected during the survey. With thepermission of Pelagos Corporation and DWP, these data are used toproduce a digital model of the floor of Mono Lake. The model wascreated using a geographic information...
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An isostatic gravity map of the Death Valley groundwater model area was prepared from over 40,0000 gravity stations as part of an interagency effort by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy to help characterize the geology and hydrology of southwest Nevada and parts of California.
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A depth to basement map of the Death Valley groundwater model area was prepared using over 40,0000 gravity stations as part of an interagency effort by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy to help characterize the geology and hydrology of southwest Nevada and parts of California.
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An aeromagnetic map of the Death Valley groundwater model area was prepared from published aeromagnetic surveys as part of an interagency effort by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Department of Energy to help characterize the geology and hydrology of southwest Nevada and parts of California.


    map background search result map search result map Aeromagnetic data for Tioga Lake, California Extent of Pleistocene Lakes in the Western Great Basin Isostatic Gravity Map of the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California Aeromagnetic Map of the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California Map Showing Depth to Pre-Cenozoic Basement in the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California Digital Bathymetric Model of Mono Lake, California Aeromagnetic data for Tioga Lake, California Digital Bathymetric Model of Mono Lake, California Isostatic Gravity Map of the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California Aeromagnetic Map of the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California Map Showing Depth to Pre-Cenozoic Basement in the Death Valley Ground-Water Model Area, Nevada and California Extent of Pleistocene Lakes in the Western Great Basin