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snippet: Lines representing contacts and faults.
summary: Lines representing contacts and faults.
accessInformation: Charles W. Jennings, with modifications by Carlos Gutierrez, William Bryant, George Saucedo and Chris Wills
maxScale: 750000
typeKeywords: []
description: <DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>This edition of the Geologic Map of California was prepared in recognition of the California Geological Survey's 150th Anniversary. It is an all-digital product built on the original compilation of C.W. Jennings published in 1977, with some additions and modifications. The Geologic Map of California presents an overview of the geology and structure of the state. It represents the geologic features that one would find on a visit to any locality in the state. The restraints of scale limit the detail that can be shown, but the most important geologic features are portrayed. The distribution of the major rock types and the major structural elements are shown with sufficient detail to be useful for many purposes. Please see the map pamphlet (included in this digital package as a PDF document) for further information.</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>
licenseInfo: <DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>To ensure currentness, this dataset must be obtained from the Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey.Upon receipt of this data set, all users are subject to copyright restrictions as follows: copyright 2010 Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey. All rights reserved. No part of this dataset may be reproduced, transmitted, or distributed in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of the California Geological Survey except as follows. Permission is granted to reproduce under the following conditions: 1) for personal use, 2) for publication in a report in unmodified form; cite on figure or in text as "Reproduced with permission from [title], [authors], [date], California Geological Survey", and 3) for publication in a report in modified form; cite on figure or in text as "Modified from [title], [authors], [date], California Geological Survey". (See above for appropriate title, authors, and date.)</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>
title: Geologic Lines
tags: ["California","United States","geoscientificInformation","Geology","Faults","California Geology"]
culture: en-US
minScale: 750000