|Kg||Monzogranite and granodiorite|
|Kss||Tonalite of San Sevaine Lookout|
|Kssm||Mylonitized tonalite of San Sevaine Lookout|
|Kssm1||Tonalite of San Sevaine Lookout, uniform mylonite|
|Prm||Granulitic gneiss, mylonite, and cataclasite|
|Pzs||Schist and gneiss|
|Qc||Very young colluvial deposits|
|Qf1b||Very young alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 1|
|Qfb||Very young alluvial-fan deposits, boulder gravel|
|Qls||Very young landslide deposits|
|Qof1||Old alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 1|
|Qof3||Old alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 3|
|Qvof||Very old alluvial-fan deposits|
|Qvof1b||Very old alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 1, boulder gravel|
|Qvof2b||Very old alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 2, boulder gravel|
|Qvofg||Very old alluvial-fan deposits, gravel|
|Qw||Very young wash deposits|
|Qwb||Very young wash deposits, boulder gravel|
|Qya4||Young alluvial-valley deposits, Unit 4|
|Qyf1b||Young alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 1, boulder gravel|
|Qyf2b||Young alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 2, boulder gravel|
|Qyf3||Young alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 3|
|Qyf4||Young alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 4|
|Qyf4b||Young alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 4, boulder gravel|
|Qyf5b||Young alluvial-fan deposits, Unit 5, boulder gravel|
|Qyfb||Young alluvial-fan deposits, boulder gravel|
|Qyfgb||Young alluvial-fan deposits, gravel boulder|
|Qyls||Young landslide deposits|
|Qyt||Young talus deposits|
|Ttp||Granodiorite of Telegraph Peak|
|fz||Crushed rock in fault zones|
|C18||Contact, landslide, certain, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C19||Contact, landslide, inferred, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C25||Landslide contact, crown scarp, location meets map accuracy standard|
|C29||Contact, sedimentary, certain, location meets map accuracy standard|
|C30||Contact, sedimentary, certain, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C31||Contact, sedimentary, inferred, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C37||Contact, sedimentary, separates terraced alluvial units, certain, location meets map accuracy standard|
|C51||Contact, igneous, inferred, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C59||Contact, igneous, gradational, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C66||Contact, metamorphic, certain, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C67||Contact, metamorphic, inferred, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|C96||Contact, generic,scratch boundary|
|CL1||Cartographic line, map boundary|
|F1||Fault, high angle, slip unspecified, location meets map accuracy standard|
|F2||Fault, high angle, right lateral strike slip, certain, location meets map accuracy standard|
|F3||Fault, left lateral strike slip, location meets map accuracy standard|
|F6||Fault, oblique slip, location meets map accuracy standard|
|F177||Fault, thrust, older over younger, certain, location meets map accuracy standard|
|F179||Fault, thrust, older over younger, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|F180||Fault, thrust, older over younger, concealed, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|F183R||Fault, thrust, older over younger, questionable, concealed, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|F19||Fault, high angle, slip unspecified, concealed, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|F193||Fault, thrust, older over younger, scarp, certain, location meets map accuracy standard|
|F20||Fault, high angle, right lateral strike slip, concealed, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|F21||Fault, left lateral strike slip, concealed, location may not meet map accuracy atandard|
|F24||Fault, oblique slip, concealed, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|F195R||Fault, thrust, older over younger, scarp, identity questionable, location may not meet map accuracy standard|
|B1||Bedding, sedimentary, horizontal|
|B2||Bedding, sedimentary, inclined|
|FC4||Direction and dip of fault|
|FN42||Foliation, metamorphic, inclined|
|FN43||Foliation, metamorphic, vertical|
Technical review by Michael Kennedy led to significant improvements that eventually were reflected in aspects of the database, the plot file, and in the description of the geologic units of the Cucamonga Peak 7.5' quadrangle.
Geologic mapping and digital preparation of this report were sponsored jointly by (1) the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program of the U.S. Geological Survey, (2) the California Division of Mines and Geology, and (3) the Southern California Areal Mapping Project (SCAMP). In our digital preparation of the data set, carried out in the SCAMP Geographic Information System laboratory at the University of California, Riverside by Catherine Koukladas, and in the USGS Geographic Information System laboratory of the Mineral Resources Program of the U.S. Geological Survey in Spokane, Washington by Pamela M. Cossette, we received valuable assistance from Rachel Alvarez in Riverside, California, and from Paul C. Hyndman in Spokane, Washington.
The data set for the Cucamonga Peak 7.5' quadrangle has been prepared under the U.S. Geological Survey Southern California Areal Mapping Project (SCAMP) as part of an ongoing effort to develop a regional geologic framework of southern California, and to utilize a Geographical Information System (GIS) format to create regional digital geologic databases. These regional databases are being developed as contributions to the National Geologic Map Database of the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program of the USGS.
The digital geologic map database for the Cucamonga Peak 7.5' quadrangle has been created as a general-purpose data set that is applicable to other land-related investigations in the earth and biological sciences. For example, the U.S. Forest Service and the San Bernardino National Forest may use the map and data base as a basic geologic data source for soil studies, mineral resource evaluations, road building, biological surveys, and general forest management. The Cucamonga Peak database is not suitable for site-specific geologic evaluations at scales greater than 1:24,000 (1in = 2,000 ft.).
Are there legal restrictions on access or use of the data?
Use_Constraints:The Cucamonga Peak 7.5' geologic-map database should be used to evaluate and understand the geologic character of the Cucamonga Peak 7.5' quadrangle as a whole. The data should not be used for purposes of site-specific land-use planning or site-specific geologic evaluations. The database is sufficiently detailed to identify and characterize geologic materials and structures. However, it is not sufficiently detailed for site-specific determinations.
Use of this digital geologic map database should not violate the spatial resolution of the data. Although the digital form of the data removes the constraint imposed by the scale of a paper map, the detail and accuracy inherent in map scale are also present in the digital data. The fact that this database was compiled and edited at a scale of 1:24,000 means that higher resolution information may not have been uniformly retained in the dataset. Plotting at scales larger than 1:24,000 will not yield greater real detail, although it may reveal fine-scale irregularities below the intended resolution of the database. Similarly, although higher resolution data is incorporated in parts of the map, the resolution of the combined output will be limited by the lower resolution data.
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|Data format:||Geologic units and structural features, with black-and-white base topographic map as an included geotiff image. in format ARCE (version 7.2.1) Size: 2.9|