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This is a coverage of the Colorado Plateau coal assessment study area. The study area outline was drawn on the county lines that most closely outline the coal-bearing rocks in the Colorado Plateau Region. The county outlines originate from a national coverage for which lines were extracted from U.S. Census 1990 TIGER/line files using an AML program written by Nebert, D., and Negri, M., USGS-Water Resources Division (WRD), running on two Data General 6220 servers.
Categories: Web Site; Tags: 04001 = Apache, 04005 = Coconino, 04007 = Gila, 04009 = Graham, 04011 = Greenlee, All tags...
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This product consists of Adobe Acrobat .PDF format documents for 10surficial geologic strip maps along the Animas River watershed from itsmajor headwater tributaries, south to Durango, Colo. The Animas Riveroriginates in the San Juan Mountains north of the historic mining townof Silverton, Colo. The surficial geologic maps identify surficialdeposits, such as floodplain, and terrace gravels, alluvial fans,glacial till, talus, colluvium, landslides, and bogs. Sixteen primaryunits were mapped that included human-related deposits and structures,eight alluvial deposits, four colluvial deposits, one glacial deposit,one travertine deposit, and undifferentiated bedrock. Each of thesurficial geologic strip maps has .PDF...


    map background search result map search result map The Colorado Plateau coal assessment study area Surficial geologic maps along the riparian zone of the Animas Riverand its headwater tributaries, Silverton to Durango, Colorado, withupper Animas River watershed gradient profiles Surficial geologic maps along the riparian zone of the Animas Riverand its headwater tributaries, Silverton to Durango, Colorado, withupper Animas River watershed gradient profiles The Colorado Plateau coal assessment study area