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MM0041D. Geology and Land Use in the Western Part of the Gulf Coast Coal-Bearing Region. CD. Compiled by P. D. Warwick, C. E. Aubourg, R. W. Hook, and J. R. SanFilipo. Files contain 2 color map sheets, scale 1:500,000, 2003. Co-published by the Bureau of Economic Geology and the U.S. Geological Survey. Downloadable. 222 MB.
About This Publication
This map series is a compilation of the outcrop geology in the U.S. Gulf Coast coal region. The maps show the regional geologic setting for primary coal occurrences and detailed geology and historic mining areas.
From the CD: The CD version contains ESRI ArcView SHP files of cities, urban areas, historical mines (points and polygons), counties, current mines, 1:100,000 quadrangle outlines of the study area, fossil fuel powerplants, nuclear powerplants, political boundaries, federally managed lands, roads and railroads in the study area, hydrology in the study area (polygons and arcs), geology nomenclature breaks, geological features (faults), and geology. ArcExplorer is included on the CD.
Keywords: coal, land use, Gulf Coast, Texas
Warwick, P. D., Aubourg, C. E., Hook, R. W., and SanFilipo, J. R., compilers, 2003, Geology and Land Use in the Western Part of the Gulf Coast Coal-Bearing Region: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, and U.S. Geological Survey, Bureau of Economic Geology Miscellaneous Map No. 41, 2 map sheets, scale 1:500,000.