Geospatial data format developed by ESRI, Inc. Typically this term refers to three coupled digital files, provided together, in which the geographic information is encoded in two, one whose extension is .shp, the other having extension .shx, and the attribute information is encoded in a third having extension .dbf.
Summary of data obtained from field sampling of mine tailings and waste rock and water and sediment in regional springs and tributaries that drain from the mine area into Bear Creek. Ground-water springs are also potential sources of mercury here.
The report contains digital data, primarily a layer of polygons linked to records summarizing previous interpretations of aeromagnetic anomalies. Data are presented in updated format for input to a GIS, standard graphics software, or map-plotting package.