|Gravity data were compiled, collected, and edited to produce an isostatic gravity map of the Los Angeles 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, California. This record focuses primarily on the principal facts, that is, gravity observations, and the corrections made
|Wooley, R. J.; Yerkes, Robert F.; Langenheim, Victoria E.; and Chuang, F. C.
|U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-269
Polygon delineating the planimetric area of a landslide found in coverages whose names begin with ls, ols, or yls
|Some regions within landslides were apparently unaffected by the landslide (that is, they represent areas bypassed by the landslide but are within its outer boundaries) This attribute is used to distinguish those areas from the landslide itself.
Polygon in the mm coverages, used to indicate the method by which landslides were identified, found in coverages whose names begin with mm.