Map showing inventory and regional susceptibility for Holocene debris flows and related fast moving landslides in the conterminous United States: vector data

Online link https://geo-nsdi.er.usgs.gov/metadata/map-mf/2329/vector.faq.html
Description Debris flows, debris avalanches, mud flows and lahars are fast-moving landslides that occur in a wide variety of environments throughout the world. They are particularly dangerous to life and property because they move quickly, destroy objects in their p
Originators Brabb, Earl E.; Colgan, J. P.; and Best, T. C.
Publication U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map 2329

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USADFIX025L.PAT

Point attributes in coverage USADFIX025L (points showing the locations of debris flows in the conterminous United States)

Label Definition
STATE Two-letter USPS state code
REF The reference number(s) for a point or polygon, which refers to an entry in the bibliography for that state. Because multiple published and unpublished reports can refer to the same geographic area, a single point or polygon may contain many reference numbers. Multiple points or polygons may also contain the same reference number, since a single report may refer to multiple locations. Each points or polygon has a list of numbers, comma-delimited, with no spaces, that indicate every report in the bibliography which contains information for that location.
DFTYPE Subjective quality of point data

USADFIP025L.PAT

Polygon attributes in coverage USADFIP025L (polygons showing the locations of debris flows in the conterminous United States)

Label Definition
STATE Two-letter USPS state code
REF The reference number(s) for a point or polygon, which refers to an entry in the bibliography for that state. Because multiple published and unpublished reports can refer to the same geographic area, a single point or polygon may contain many reference numbers. Multiple points or polygons may also contain the same reference number, since a single report may refer to multiple locations. Each points or polygon has a list of numbers, comma-delimited, with no spaces, that indicate every report in the bibliography which contains information for that location.