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Airborne Electromagnetic and Magnetic Survey, Yellowstone National Park, 2016 - Minimally Processed Data

Airborne electromagnetic and magnetic survey data were collected during 2016 along 4,212 line-kilometers over this area. The survey was flown with a nominal line spacing of 450 meters or less, and mean flight height about 48 m providing depth of investigation about 500m. Data are provided in CSV format, flight lines in shapefile format.

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Airborne Electromagnetic Survey Processed Data and Models Data Release, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 2016

Airborne electromagnetic (AEM) and magnetic survey data were collected in 2016 along 4,212 line-kilometers over this area as part of a study of the subsurface geologic structure and geothermal and groundwater resources of Yellowstone National Park. Data are provided in CSV format.

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An aeromagnetic survey in Yellowstone National Park

Grids of total magnetic intensity for the park

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Guide to geophysical data for the northern Rocky Mountains and adjacent areas, Idaho, Montana, Washington, Oregon, and Wyoming

Mathematical analysis of gravity and aeromagnetic data, with basic and derived grids and vector data and maps.

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Rare earth element occurrences in the United States

Detailed descriptions of more than 200 mineral districts, mines, and mineral occurrences (deposits, prospects, and showings) within the United States that are reported to contain substantial enrichment of rare earth elements.

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Relational database for the geology of the northern Rocky Mountains; Idaho, Montana, and Washington

Geologic map unit and lithologic descriptions used in Open File Report 2005-1235, with extensive bibliographic references to geologic literature that could not be included in the spatial database.

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Reported historic asbestos mines, historic asbestos prospects, and other natural occurrences of asbestos in the conterminous United States

Site-by-site information on 876 natural occurrences of asbestos reported within the conterminous US. Includes location, mineralogy, geology, and relevant literature for each asbestos site. Data are provided in Microsoft Excel, shapefile, and CSV formats.

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Spatial databases for the geology of the Northern Rocky Mountains - Idaho, Montana, and Washington

The spatial databases represent the original content of 43 published geologic maps, provide normalized map unit descriptions, and provide additional information and interpretation not in the original reports.

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