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|Pw||Pennsylvanian, Wabaunsee Group|
|Ps||Pennsylvanian, Shawnee Group|
|Pd||Pennsylvanian, Douglas Group|
|Pl||Pennsylvanian, Lansing Group|
|Pkc||Pennsylvanian, Kansas City Group|
|Ppwm||Pennsylvanian, Pleastanton, Warrensburg|
|Pp||Pennsylvanian, Pleasanton Group|
|Pm||Pennsylvanian, Marmaton Group|
|Pcs||Pennsylvanian channel sandstones|
|Pc||Pennsylvanian, Cabaniss Subgroup|
|Pka||Pennsylvanian, Krebs Subgroup, Atokan Stage|
|Mc||Mississippian, Chesterian Series|
|Mm||Mississippian, Meramecian Series|
|Mo||Mississippian, Osagean Series|
|Mk||Mississippian, Kinderhookian Series|
|Omk||Ordovician, Maquoketa and Kimmswick formations|
|Odp||Ordovician, Decorah and Plattin formations|
|Ojd||Ordovician, Joachim and Dutchtown formations|
|Ou||Ordovician System, undifferentiated|
|Ospe||Ordovician, St. Peter and Everton formations|
|Ojc||Ordovician, Jefferson City and Cotter formations|
|Or||Ordovician, Roubidoux formation|
|Og||Ordovician, Gasconade Dolomite|
|Cep||Cambrian, Eminence and Potosi formations|
|Ceb||Cambrian, Elvins and Bonneterre formations|
|Clm||Cambrian, Lamotte Sandstone|
|d||Precambrian diabase, St. Francois Mountains|
|i||Precambrian intrusive, St. Francois Mountains|
|v||Precambrian volcanic, St. Francois Mountains|
|0||no additional information|
|1||for normal faults, upthrown side is to the right|
|0||no additional information|
State Geologic Map Compilation (SGMC) activity of the National Surveys and Analysis projects of the US Geological Survey Mineral Resources Program.
A primary goal of this work is to develop geologic map datasets with standardized structure and attribution. The database design and standards are documented in Chapter A of this series. The intent is that contiguous databases can be merged seamlessly and without any additional effort. In addition to a common database structure, the conterminous U.S. state databases (the contiguous 48 states) have been fitted to a set of standard state boundaries so that, when states are merged, they match without slivers or overlap. No attempt has been made to reconcile differences in mapping across state boundaries.
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This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) editorial standard nor with the North American stratigraphic codes. Any use of trade, product, or firm names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the USGS. Although these data have been used by the USGS and have been successfully imported into data base programs, no warranty, expressed or implied, is made by the USGS as to how successfully or accurately the data can be imported into any specific application software running on any specific hardware platform. The fact of distribution shall not constitute any such warranty, and no responsibility is assumed by the USGS in connection therewith. This data base GIS is not meant to be used or displayed at any scale other than 1:500,000.
|Data format:||Geologic units and structural features in format ARC/INFO export (version 8.3)|