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1. Glacial Drift in Illinois: Thickness and Character [IGDNR_DRIFTTHK]
This map is a digital Arc/Info line and polygon coverage of drift thickness in Illinois. Data are originally from ISGS Circular 490 by Piskin and Bergstrom (1975), Plate 1. Contours (lines) ...


2. Quaternary Deposits of Illinois [IGDNR_QUAT79]
Digital representation of the Quaternary Deposits in Illinois map by Lineback (1979). Map scale is 1:500,000. Shows quaternary deposits that lie at or near the land surface, including ...


3. Chinese Land Resources; WDC-D [EARTH_CRUST_WDCD_LAND]
Data on land resources includes total land area of regions, cultivated land area, amount of land in paddies, irrigated and non-irrigated land, garden land, forest land, grassland, urban ...


4. Chemical Analyses of Soils and Other Surficial Materials of the Conterminous United States [USGS_SOIL_CHEMISTRY]
The following abstract was taken from the the Chemical Analyses of Soils and Other Surficial Materials of the Conterminous United States Metadata, written by David B. Smith, Research Geologist, U.S. ...


5. DIRTMAP Version 2. Last Glacial Maximum, Late Holocene, and Modern Eolian Fluxes from Ice Cores, Marine Sediments, Marine Sediment Traps, and Terrestrial Deposits [NOAA_NCDC_PALEO_2002-045]
The records of dust accumulation rates included here represent the second version of the DIRTMAP data base, including dust information from ice cores, marine sediments, marine sediment traps, and ...


6. Generalized Surficial Geologic Map of the Denver 1 degree x 2 degree Quadrangle, Colorado [USGS_Map_MF-2347]
The map and descriptions offer information that may be used for: land-use planning (e.g. selecting land fill sites, greenbelts, avoiding geologic hazards), for finding aggregate resources (crushed ...


7. Generalized Surficial Geologic Map of the Pueblo 1 degree x 2 degrees Quadrangle, Colorado [USGS_Map-MF-2388]
The report may be used for land-use planning (e.g., selecting land-fill sites, greenbelts, avoiding geologic hazards), for finding aggregate resources (crushed rock, sand, and gravel), and for study ...


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