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Fault zones
Areas characterized by fractures in the Earth's crust. [Adapted from UGSG Circ 1048]
This category is also used for grabens, and transform faults.
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Geologic map of the Hayward fault zone, Contra Costa, Alameda, and Santa Clara Counties, California: A digital database [New Window]
This digital map database, compiled from previously open- filed U.S.Geological Survey reports (Graymer and others, 1994, Graymer,Jones, and Brabb, 1994) and unpublished data, represents thegeneral distribution of rocks and faults in the Hayward fault z
Geologic map datasets of the Custer and Gallatin National Forestsof South-central Montana, in ARC/INFO format: Absaroka-Beartooth study area [New Window]
The digital ARC/INFO databases included in this directory provide a geologic map GIS database of the Absaroka-Beartooth study area (ABSA), a tract of approximately 1.4 million acres of National Forest land in southwestern Montana. The ABSA is adjacent to
Geology of Point Reyes National Seashore and Vicinity, California: A Digital Database [New Window]
The Point Reyes Peninsula is a roughly triangular projection of theMarin County coast with an apex at Point Reyes and a base alongTomales Bay and the rift valley of the San Andreas fault zone.This fault zone forms the active tectonic boundary between the

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