|Description||The geology of the Rosalia 1:100,000 quadrangle, Washington and Idaho was compiled and published as a paper product by the Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources (Waggoner, 1990). The U.S. Geological Survey converted the geologic data to a di|
|Originators||Derkey, Pamela D.; Johnson, Bruce R.; Lackaff, Beatrice B.; and Derkey, Robert E.|
|Publication||U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-357|
The 'Digital geologic map of the Rosalia 1:100,000 quadrangle...' Open-File Report 98-357 contains a detailed description of each attribute code and a reference to the associated map symbols on the map source materials. The GIS includes a geologic linework arc attribute table, ros100k.aat, that relates to the ros100k.con (contact look-up table), ros100k.str (structure look-up table), ros100k.lgu (linear geologic unit look-up table) and ros100k.ref (source reference look-up table) files; a rock unit polygon attribute table, ros100k.pat, that relates to the ros100k.ru (rock unit look-up table) and ros100k.ref (source reference look-up table) files; and a geologic map symbol point attribute table, rospnt.pat, that relates to the rospnt.sym (structural point data look-up tables) and rospnt.ref (source reference look-up table) files.