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This GIS data layer shows the distribution of mass-wasting deposits in the Gulf of Mexico. The interpretation was completed by David Twichell using the GLORIA image, multibeam bathymetry, high-resolution seismic profiles, and cores to identify areas of mass wasting. Some of the mass-wasting deposits were reported in publicatons by Paskevich (2000) and Twichell and others (1990; 1991; 2000), while others are reported for the first time here.
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|Data format:||The SHP file contains the geospatial data. The SHX file contains the index of the geospatial data. The DBF file contains the attribute data in dBASE format. The PRJ file contains the coordinate system information (optional). The AVL file contains the legend information (optional). The SBN and SBX files contain the spatial index of the geospatial data (optional). The XML file contains the metadata describing the data set <data set name>.shp.xml. An ASCII version of the metadata file. A browse graphic showing the data layer coverage and extent (optional). in format SHP (version 3.3) ESRI polyline shapefile Size: 0.109|
|Media you can order:||DVD-ROM (Density 4.75 Gbytes) (format UDF)|
The data are available in Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) shapefile format. The user must have ArcGIS® or ArcView® 3.0 or greater software to read and process the data file. In lieu of ArcView or ArcGIS, the user may utilize another GIS application package capable of importing data. A free data viewer, arcexplorer, capable of displaying the data is available from ESRI at www.esri.com.