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2005. King, Philip B., Arndt, Raymond E., Schruben, Paul G., Bawiec, Walter J., and Beikman, Helen M. This line shapefile shows the glacial limit lines in the United States. This layer is part of the Geologic Map of the United States, originally pub... Geological Survey (U.S.).
2005. King, Philip B., Arndt, Raymond E., Schruben, Paul G., Bawiec, Walter J., and Beikman, Helen M. This line shapefile contains text labels (for display purposes) of the geologic line coverage in the United States. This layer is part of the Geolo... Geological Survey (U.S.).
2005. King, Philip B., Arndt, Raymond E., Schruben, Paul G., Bawiec, Walter J., and Beikman, Helen M. This line shapefile shows the outlines of geologic units within the United States. This layer is part of the Geologic Map of the United States, ori... Geological Survey (U.S.).
2005. King, Philip B., Arndt, Raymond E., Schruben, Paul G., Bawiec, Walter J., and Beikman, Helen M. This point shapefile shows the locations of impact structures in the United States. An impact structure is a crater formed by the impact of a meteo... Geological Survey (U.S.).

9. Fault Lines: Geology of the Conterminous United States, 2005

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1994. King, Philip B., Arndt, Raymond E., Schruben, Paul G., Bawiec, Walter J., and Beikman, Helen M. This line shapefile represents the major fault lines in the United States. A fault is a fracture or fracture zone in the Earth's crust along which ... Geological Survey (U.S.).
1994. King, Philip B., Arndt, Raymond E., Schruben, Paul G., Bawiec, Walter J., and Beikman, Helen M. This polygon shapefile shows the boundaries of geologic units within the United States. This layer is part of the Geologic Map of the United States... Geological Survey (U.S.).