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Three-dimensional geologic model of complex fault structures in the upper Seco Creek area, Medina and Uvalde counties, south-central Texas

Data sets include drill-hole from core and geophysical logs, surface geology and elevation, and helicopter electromagnetic survey data. The model may be explored and .jpg or .tiff images or using specialized software provided.

by Pantea, Michael P.; Cole, James Channing; Smith, Bruce D.; Faith, Jason R.; Blome, Charles D.; and Smith, David V.
U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5131
Related topics:
Electromagnetic surveying, Geologic structure, Geophysics, Geospatial datasets, Resistivity, Surficial geologic units, Faults, Columnar text, TIFF
States or counties
Medina, Uvalde
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Compatible standard Format
CCM of Project Open Data JSON
ISO 19115 XML
USGS Publications Warehouse [Citation page] - [JSON]

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