Open-File Report 99-127
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Download the Verde Valley datasets (including metadata) in compressed tar (cverde.tar.Z) Arc/Info Export format: (1 MB) download file, 3 MB uncompressed). Download includes several ASCII files (Arc/Info plot AMLs, key files, and explanatory text)
Plate 1 (tracts with identified sand and gravel resources and the locations of historic sand and gravel, gravel, and borrow pits west of the Verde River in the Verde Valley, Yavapai and Coconino Counties, Arizona) is available for those who wish to produce paper copies of a map prepared from the digital data. The map scale is 1:50,000. This map has been edited to conform as much as possible to standard U.S. Geological Survey format for geologic maps. The plotfiles are in PostScript and PDF formats. Note that these plotfiles are formatted to plot on a 36 by 52 inch sheet so a large format color plotter is required to produce a paper map. Two versions of the postscript file are provided, one includes a raster basemap and the other does not. The file including the basemap may not plot successfully on many plotters due to its large memory requirements.
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POSTSCRIPT FILE without basemap (768K, 3.3MB): plate1.ps.gz
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POSTSCRIPT FILE with basemap(7.2 MB, 267MB) plate1b.ps.gz
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For questions about the scientific content of this report, please contact , please contact Jim Bliss
For questions about the data files, please contact Robert Miller
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