Geologic map of the Santa Ana Pueblo quadrangle, Sandoval County, New Mexico

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Description The Santa Ana Pueblo quadrangle is located in the northern part of the Albuquerque basin, which is the largest basin or graben within the Rio Grande rift. The quadrangle is underlain by poorly consolidated sedimentary rocks of the Santa Fe Group and is d
Originators Personius, Stephen F.

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>COVERAGE NAME:  santa_poly
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>DATABASE STRUCTURE OF SANTA_POLY.PAT
>
>COLUMN   ITEM NAME        WIDTH OUTPUT  TYPE N.DEC  ALTERNATE NAME     INDEXED?
>  1  AREA                   4    12     F      3                        -
>  5  PERIMETER              4    12     F      3                        -
>  9  SANTA_POLY#            4     5     B      -                        -
> 13  SANTA_POLY-ID          4     5     B      -                        -
> 17  DESCRIPTION          100   100     C      -    D                   -
>117  SYMBOL                 4     4     I      -    S                   -
>121  UNIT                  10    10     C      -    U                   -
>
>ATTRIBUTE NAMES:  SYMBOL; UNIT; DESCRIPTION.
>
>DESCRIPTIONS OF ATTRIBUTE NAMES:
>--SYMBOL:        Number given to geological map unit representing a value of color used from shadeset "color524.shd".
>--UNIT:          Label given to polygons representing name of geological entities.
>--DESCRIPTION:   Brief geological explanation of unit.
>
>ITEM VALUES FOR 'UNIT' AND 'DESCRIPTION'
>UNIT    DESCRIPTION
>----------------------------------------
>Qaj1      Alluvium 1 of Jemez River (middle Pleistocene)
>Qaj3      Alluvium 3 of Jemez River (middle Pleistocene)
>Qaj5      Alluvium 5 of Jemez River (upper to middle(?) Pleistocene)
>Qaj6      Alluvium 6 of Jemez River (Holocene)
>Qalh      Active channel alluvium (historic)
>Qalo      Older arroyo alluvium (Holocene to lower(?) Pleistocene)
>Qaly      Younger arroyo alluvium (Holocene)
>Qcb       Basalt-rich colluvium (upper to lower Pleistocene)
>Qeso      Older eolian sand (Holocene to middle Pleistocene)
>Qesy      Younger eolian sand (Holocene)
>Qesy/Qalo eolian sand over older arroyo alluvium (Holocene)
>Qf        Artificial fill (historic)
>Qls       Landslide deposits (upper to lower Pleistocene)
>Tb        Basalt of San Felipe volcanic field (upper Pliocene)
>Tbc       Basalt cinder and intrusive centers, San Felipe volcanic field (upper Pliocene)
>Tc        Cochiti Formation (Pliocene to upper Miocene)
>Tcc       Cochiti Formation, cemented (Pliocene to upper Miocene)
>Tfr       Fluvial deposits of ancestral Rio Grande (Pliocene to upper Miocene)
>Ton       Arroyo Ojito Formation, Navajo Draw member (Miocene)
>Tou       Arroyo Ojito Formation, Ceja and Loma Barbon members, undivided (Pliocene to Upper Miocene)
>Tsfu      Santa Fe Group, undivided (Pliocene? to Miocene)
>Tzcc      Zia Formation, Cerro Conejo member (Miocene)
>Tzccc     Zia Formation, cemented Cerro Conejo member (Miocene)
>
>DATABASE STRUCTURE OF SANTA_POLY.AAT
>
>COLUMN   ITEM NAME        WIDTH OUTPUT  TYPE N.DEC  ALTERNATE NAME     INDEXED?
>  1  FNODE#                 4     5     B      -                        -
>  5  TNODE#                 4     5     B      -                        -
>  9  LPOLY#                 4     5     B      -                        -
> 13  RPOLY#                 4     5     B      -                        -
> 17  LENGTH                 4    12     F      3                        -
> 21  SANTA_POLY#            4     5     B      -                        -
> 25  SANTA_POLY-ID          4     5     B      -                        -
> 29  DESCRIPTION          100   100     C      -    D                   -
>129  SYMBOL                 4     4     I      -    S                   -
>
>ATTRIBUTE NAMES:  SYMBOL; LINESET; DESCRIPTION.
>
>DESCRIPTIONS OF ATTRIBUTE NAMES:
>--SYMBOL:        Numbers given to lines representing line symbol used from specified lineset.
>--DESCRIPTION:   Brief geological explanation of type of line.
>
>ITEM VALUES FOR 'SYMBOL', AND 'DESCRIPTION':
>SYMBOL  DESCRIPTION
>--------------------------------------------
>  1     contact-certain
>  3     contact-approximately located
> 50     fault with known sense of displacement-certain
>173     fault with unknown sense of displacement-certain
>183     fault with known sense of displacement-approximately located
>217     fault with unknown sense of displacement-approximately located
>
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>COVERAGE NAME:  santa_lin
>--------------------------
>DATABASE STRUCTURE OF SANTA_LIN.AAT
>
>COLUMN   ITEM NAME        WIDTH OUTPUT  TYPE N.DEC  ALTERNATE NAME     INDEXED?
> 1  FNODE#                 4     5     B      -                        -
> 5  TNODE#                 4     5     B      -                        -
> 9  LPOLY#                 4     5     B      -                        -
>13  RPOLY#                 4     5     B      -                        -
>17  LENGTH                 4    12     F      3                        -
>21  SANTA_LIN#             4     5     B      -                        -
>25  SANTA_LIN-ID           4     5     B      -                        -
>29  SYMBOL                 4     4     I      -                        -
>33  DESCRIPTION          100   100     C      -                        -
>
>ATTRIBUTE NAMES:  SYMBOL; DESCRIPTION.
>
>DESCRIPTIONS OF ATTRIBUTE NAMES:
>--SYMBOL:        Numbers given to lines representing line symbol used from specified lineset.
>--DESCRIPTION:   Brief geological explanation of type of line.
>
>ITEM VALUES FOR 'SYMBOL' AND 'DESCRIPTION':
>SYMBOL  DESCRIPTION
>-------------------------------------------
>164     aeromagnetic anomaly
>176     fault with unknown sense of displacement-concealed
>184     fault with known sense of displacement-concealed
>221     tephra deposit
>
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>COVERAGE NAME:  santa_pnt
>--------------------------
>
>DATABASE STRUCTURE OF SANTA_PNT.PAT
>
>COLUMN   ITEM NAME        WIDTH OUTPUT  TYPE N.DEC  ALTERNATE NAME     INDEXED?
>  1  AREA                   4    12     F      3                        -
>  5  PERIMETER              4    12     F      3                        -
>  9  SANTA_PNT#             4     5     B      -                        -
> 13  SANTA_PNT-ID           4     5     B      -                        -
> 17  STRIKE                 4     4     I      -    S                   -
> 21  DIP                    4     4     I      -    D                   -
> 25  SYMBOL                 4     4     I      -    SY                  -
> 29  DESCRIPTION          100   100     C      -    DE                  -
>129  TEXT                  25    25     C      -                        -
>
>ATTRIBUTE NAMES:  STRIKE; DIP; DESCRIPTION; SYMBOL; TEXT.
>
>DESCRIPTIONS OF ATTRIBUTE NAMES:
>--STRIKE:       Compass direction of bedding trend, in degrees.
>--DIP:          Angle of bedding dip, in degrees from horizontal.
>--DESCRIPTION:  Brief geologic explanation of point type.
>--SYMBOL:       Numerical value given to each point from Arc/Info symbolset geoscamp2.mrk.
>--TEXT:         Sample point map labels indicating name or date of sample taken from point locality.
>
>ITEM VALUES FOR 'SYMBOL', 'TEXT', AND 'DESCRIPTION'.
>SYMBOL  DESCRIPTION                               TEXT
>------------------------------------------------------
>  0     point A of cross-section line             A
>  0     point A prime of cross-section line       A'
>  2     inclined bedding-showing strike and dip
>233     sample point                              SPT 8/27/97-1
>233     sample point                              SPT 9/15/97-4
>241     dip of fault
>
>ITEM VALUES FOR 'STRIKE':
>range of values:  0 - 359
>
>ITEM VALUES FOR 'DIP':
>range of values:  0 - 90

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