APPENDIX C

PRESENT AND FUTURE NEEDS FOR GEOSCIENCE MAPS BY REGION

(Table 14)



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Geologic Mapping: Future Needs APPENDIX C PRESENT AND FUTURE NEEDS FOR GEOSCIENCE MAPS BY REGION (Table 14)

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Geologic Mapping: Future Needs TABLE 14 Comparison of Present and Future Geoscience Map Needs in Each Province Based on Total Response 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A1 98 166 454 126 216 333 28 28.5 A2 147 160 426 171 193 322 24 16.3 A3 167 148 427 180 186 328 13 7.8 A4 81 146 486 109 177 385 28 34.5 A5 87 149 478 108 178 386 21 24.1 B1 117 161 428 141 189 334 24 20.5 B2 218 171 346 246 178 266 28 12.8 B3 214 148 368 240 172 276 26 12.1 B4 236 153 349 274 165 257 38 16.1 B5 191 180 369 230 189 277 39 20.4 B6 245 160 343 262 171 265 17 6.9 B7 211 199 333 224 208 261 13 6.2 B8 127 197 397 157 210 307 30 23.6 C1 173 151 389 187 176 302 14 8.1 C1Aa 82 89 354 89 110 288 7 8.5 C2 202 171 373 197 182 310 −5 −2.4 C3 214 157 386 219 171 314 5 2.3 C4 144 173 410 163 191 325 19 13.1 D1 69 69 548 82 103 458 13 18.8 D2 32 69 571 42 110 478 10 31.2 E1 289 134 351 254 163 290 −35 −12 E2 91 148 464 105 170 384 14 15.3 E3 105 146 457 118 162 387 13 12.3 F1 165 143 406 174 174 319 9 5.4 F2 170 146 403 193 172 310 23 13.5 F3 117 140 445 131 166 364 14 11.9 F4 78 116 492 88 161 391 10 12.8 G1 96 98 492 140 129 369 44 45.8 G2 77 99 498 117 153 370 40 51.9 G3 82 108 490 123 156 363 41 50 G4 86 113 479 121 146 370 35 40.6 G5 93 117 470 136 147 355 43 46.2 H1 25 51 585 31 77 503 6 24 I1 84 103 497 115 107 417 31 36.9 I2 98 103 482 128 112 399 30 30.6 J1 144 99 455 160 113 376 16 11.1 J2 76 110 495 96 130 410 20 26.3 J3 70 112 503 90 128 418 20 28.5 K1 89 72 521 117 93 421 28 31.4 K2 82 80 515 105 110 414 23 28 K3 66 90 517 95 116 418 29 43.9 L1 18 45 581 28 60 511 10 55.5 aBlack Hills area. EXPLANATION 1 province. 2 extremely important level of need at present. 3 moderately important level of need at present. 4 not important level of need at present. 5 extremely important level of need in future. 6 moderately important level of need in future. 7 not important level of need in future. 8 numerical increase or decrease (−) in future need compared to present.