Meeting Challenges with Geologic Maps (2004)

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Authors: William Thomas

Meeting Challenges with Geologic Maps presents 16 examples that show how geologic maps are helping to delineate fragile habitat and ecosystems, protect against natural hazards (earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, and sinkholes), and find needed resources (groundwater, metals, coal and sand and gravel).



Thomas, W. A. 2004,  Meeting Challenges with Geologic Maps: American Geological Institute Miscellaneous Item 42, 65 p.


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Keywords: geology, geologic map, geologic hazard

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