LKM_GEO.PAT: COLUMN ITEM NAME WIDTH OUTPUT TYPE N.DEC ALTERNATE NAME 1 AREA 8 18 F 5 9 PERIMETER 8 18 F 5 17 LKM_GEO# 4 5 B - 21 LKM_GEO-ID 4 5 B - 25 LABL 35 35 C - 60 PLABL 35 35 C - 95 SHD 3 3 I - 98 SHDFIL 3 3 I - 101 NAME 200 200 C - LKM_GEO.AAT: COLUMN ITEM NAME WIDTH OUTPUT TYPE N.DEC ALTERNATE NAME 1 FNODE# 4 5 B - 5 TNODE# 4 5 B - 9 LPOLY# 4 5 B - 13 RPOLY# 4 5 B - 17 LENGTH 8 18 F 5 25 LKM_GEO# 4 5 B - 29 LKM_GEO-ID 4 5 B - 33 LTYPE 60 60 C - 93 L-SYMB 3 3 I -
|Monzogranite of Cajalco pluton
|Granodiorite and gabbro, undifferentiated of Cajalco pluton
|Granodiorite of Cajalco pluton
|Granodiorite and quartz latite, undifferentiated of Cajalco pluton
|Tonalite of Cajalco pluton
|Tourmalinized monzogranite and granodiorite
|Massive textured tonalite of Gavilan ring complex
|Foliated tonalite of Gavilan ring complex
|Heterogeneous granitic rocks
|Estelle Mountain volcanics of Herzig (1991)
|Rhyolite of Estelle Mountain volcanics of Herzig (1991)
|Intermixed Estelle Mountain volcanics of Herzig (1991) and sedimentary rocks
|Intrusive rocks associated with Santiago Peak Volcanics
|Tonalite of Val Verde pluton
|Mesozoic metasedimentary rocks, undifferentiated
|Conglomerate of Temescal Wash
|Old axial channel deposits
|Old axial channel deposits, arenaceous
|Old axial channel deposits, gravel
|Old alluvial fan deposits
|Old alluvial fan deposits, arenaceous
|Old alluvial fan deposits, gravel
|Old alluvial valley deposits, arenaceous
|Very old axial channel deposits
|Very old axial channel deposits, gravel
|Very old alluvial fan deposits, unit 1, gravel
|Very old alluvial fan deposits, arenaceous
|Very old alluvial fan deposits, gravel
|Young axial channel deposits, arenaceous
|Young axial channel deposits, gravel
|Young alluvial fan deposits
|Young alluvial fan deposits, arenaceous
|Young alluvial fan deposits, gravel
|Young alluvial valley deposits, arenaceous
|Conglomerate of Arlington Mountain
|Rhyolite-clast conglomerate of Lake Mathews area
|Lake Mathews Formation
|Lake Mathews Formation
|Kcto, zone of tourmalinized monzogranite and granodiorite
|fault, approx. located
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).
The data set for the Lake Mathews 7.5' quadrangle was 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 Geographic 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.
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Use_Constraints:The Lake Mathews 7.5' geologic-map database should be used to evaluate and understand the geologic character of the Lake Mathews 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 many actual and potential geologic hazards represented by faults and landslides and posed by ground subsidence and earthquake-generated ground shaking. However, it is not sufficiently detailed for site-specific determinations or evaluations of these features. Faults shown do not take the place of fault-rupture hazard zones designated by the California State Geologist (see Hart, 1988).
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|Geologic units and structural features, with TIFF image of base map in format ARCE (version 7.2.1) Size: 1.8