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Audience: Government General Public Tags: 84B SURFICIAL GEOLOGY PEERLESS HIGHLANDS GIS DATA TILL

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March 29, 2016

Description

This GIS dataset depicts the surficial geology of the NTS map area 84B Northeast (polygon features). The data are created in ArcInfo format and output for public distribution in Arc export (E00) and shapefile formats.


Views: 9
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March 29, 2016

Description

This GIS dataset depicts the surficial geology of the NTS map area 84B Northeast (line features). The data are created in ArcInfo format and output for public distribution in Arc export (E00) and shapefile formats.


Views: 20
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March 29, 2016

Description

This GIS dataset depicts the surficial geology of the NTS map area 84B (point features). The 1:250 000 scale dataset was compiled from four published 1:100 000 scale maps (AGS maps 265, 266, 267 and 267). The aggregated data was generalized by thinning out features where too dense to be...


Views: 21
Updated

March 29, 2016

Description

This GIS dataset depicts the surficial geology of the NTS map area 84B (polygon features). The 1:250 000 scale dataset was compiled from four published 1:100 000 scale maps (AGS maps 265, 266, 267 and 267). The aggregated data was generalized based on lithologic unit name. The process was...


Views: 11
Updated

March 29, 2016

Description

This GIS dataset depicts the surficial geology of the NTS map area 84B Northeast (point features). The data are created in ArcInfo format and output for public distribution in Arc export (E00) and shapefile formats.


Views: 35
Updated

March 29, 2016

Description

This GIS dataset depicts the surficial geology of the NTS map area 84B (line features). The 1:250 000 scale dataset was compiled from four published 1:100 000 scale maps (AGS maps 265, 266, 267 and 267). The aggregated data was generalized by thinning out features where too dense to be...