|U.S. Geological Survey, 1993
|Walker and MacLeod, 1991
|fault IS a contact between rock units
|fault is NOT a contact between rock units
|The feature is NOT a fault.
|East side of fault is downdropped with respect to the west side of the fault.
|North side of fault is downdropped with respect to the south side of the fault.
|Northeast side of fault is downdropped with respect to the southwest side of the fault.
|Northwest side of fault is downdropped with respect to the southeast side of the fault.
|South side of fault is downdropped with respect to the north side of the fault.
|Southeast side of fault is downdropped with respect to the northwest side of the fault.
|Southwest side of fault is downdropped with respect to the northeast side of the fault.
|West side of fault is downdropped with respect to the east side of the fault.
|no movement was observed
|Range of values
The National Mapping Division of the U.S. Geological Survey scanned and vectorized mylar compilation sheets and converted the files to ArcInfo; Gary L. Raines and Katherine A. Connors added a data model and additional attribute data for an initial digital edition (Raines and others, 1996) of the Walker and MacLeod (1991) geologic map of Oregon.
This second digital edition, prepared by Robert J. Miller, represents further revision of Raines and others' (1996) first edition.
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