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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Overview of attributes

The databases in this report were compiled in ARC/INFO, a
commercial Geographic Information System (Environmental Systems
Research Institute, Redlands, California).  Almost all
the attributes in the attribute table of the grid included in the
report are set or calculated by Arc/Info.  The only exception
is "count."  The boundary of the grid is xmin = 554596.775,
xmax = 588256.775, ymin = 4164296.500, and ymax = 4206116.500.
Statistics of the grid include a minimum value of 0, a maximum
value of 133, which allows a mean of 13.24  and a standard
deviation of 18.11. There are 110 values included and 8 bytes
of attribute data.

grid cell

grid cell of susgrd_utm

Label Definition
(grid cell value) Susceptibility multiplied by 100 to generate an integer value. Susceptibility is defined for each geologic-map unit as the spatial frequency (areal percentage) of terrain occupied by old landslide deposits, adjusted locally by steepness of the topography. Susceptibility of terrain between the old landslide deposits is read directly from a slope histogram for each geologic-map unit, as the percentage (0.00 to 0.90) of 30-m cells in each one-degree slope interval that coincides with the deposits. Susceptibility within landslide deposits (0.00 to 1.33) is this same percentage raised by a multiplier (1.33) derived from the comparative frequency of recent failures within and outside the old deposits.


grid source data

Label Definition
Record record number for cell
Value assigned susceptibility cell
Count Number of cells with same assigned value