|Qu - Muddy Sand||Quaternary undifferentiated deposit consisting of muddy sand|
|Qu - Sand||Quaternary undifferentiated deposit consisting of sand|
|Qu - Sand and Gravel||Quaternary undifferentiated deposit consisting of sand and gravel|
|Qu - Gravel, cobbles||Quaternary undifferentiated deposit consisting of gravel and cobbles|
|Qu (Qgl) - Silty Clay||Quaternary undifferentiated glaciolacustrine deposit consisting of silty clay|
|Qd - Silty Clay||Quaternary glacial drift consisting of silty clay|
This data set contains a description of the surficial geology within the St. Clair River between Michigan and Ontario. These data are used to assess the relation between geologic framework and morphologic changes in the St. Clair River channel.
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Use_Constraints:Public domain data from the U.S. Government are freely redistributable with proper metadata and source attribution. Please recognize the U.S. Geological Survey as the originator of the dataset.
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|Data format:||WinZip (version 9.0) file containing a shapefile and layer file describing the surficial geology within the St. Clair river and associated metadata. in format Shapefile (version ArcGIS 9.2) Size: 1|
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