From: Gil Davis <gildavis(--nospam--at)pacbell.net>
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 08:24:46 -0800
New USGS San Francisco Bay region maps are now posted at: http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/open-file/of00-444/
This page states the following:
This report presents a preliminary map and database of Quaternary deposits and
liquefaction susceptibility for the nine-county San Francisco Bay region,
together with a digital compendium of ground effects associated with past
earthquakes in the region.
The report consists of
(1) a spatial database of five data layers (Quaternary deposits, quadrangle
index, and three ground effects layers) and two text layers ( a labels and
leaders layer for Quaternary deposits and for ground effects),
(2) two small-scale colored maps (Quaternary deposits and liquefaction
(3) a text describing the Quaternary map, liquefaction interpretation, and the
ground effects compendium, and
(4) the database description pamphlet.
All files are available for download here.
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