Preliminary geologic map of the Canoga Park 7.5' quadrangle, southern California: A digital database

Online link https://geo-nsdi.er.usgs.gov/metadata/open-file/95-90/metadata.faq.html
Description This Open-File report is a digital geologic map database. This digital map database is compiled from previously published sources combined with some new mapping and modifications in nomenclature. The geologic map database delineates map units that are
Originators Yerkes, Robert F. and Campbell, Russell H.
Publication U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-90

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CP-GEOL.PAT

Geologic map units symbols (no full descriptions found)

Label Definition

CP-GEOL.AAT

Linear geologic features

Label Definition
LTYPE Line type

CP-GEOL.PAT

Geologic map units at specific locations (same attributes as polygon coverage CP-GEOL.PAT)

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CP-STRC.AAT

fold axes

Label Definition
LTYPE Line type

CP-STRC.PAT

Strike and dip information of bedding

Label Definition
PTTYPE Point type
DIP Dip of bedding
STRIKE Strike of bedding

CP-FOSS.PAT

Fossil localities, supporting data given in Yerkes and Campbell (1993)

Label Definition
PTTYPE Point type (No definitions found)
SAMPNO Sample number
QUAD Quadrangle abbreviated name
SEC Section number
SOURCE Source of fossil localities information
MAP_NO Point ID used on map (No definitions found)
COLL-NO Collector's number (No definitions found)
RW Range west
AGE Age of fossil (symbol) (no definitions of symbols found)
UNIT Geologic unit symbol (No definitions found)

CP-WELLS.PAT

Well localities, supporting data given in Yerkes and Campbell (1993), and Yerkes and Showalter (1990)

Label Definition
PTTYPE Point type
QUADRANGLE Quadrangle abbreviated name
MAP_NUMBER point ID used on map
TOWNSHIP OFR-95-90
RANGE_WEST Range west
SECTION Section number
OPERATOR Operator name (No definitions found)
NAME/NUMBER name/number of well (No definitions found)
ELEV. Elevation (ft.)
YEAR year drilled
TD Total depth (ft.)
BOTTOM Bottom-hole geology (No definitions found)