APPENDIX G

SUMMARY OF RESPONSES TO QUESTION 14

(Table 39)



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Geologic Mapping: Future Needs APPENDIX G SUMMARY OF RESPONSES TO QUESTION 14 (Table 39)

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Geologic Mapping: Future Needs TABLE 39 Single Most Important Type of Geoscience Map Needed in the Future   Responses Percentage Geologic Maps Large scale 220 31 Small scale 55 8 Surfical 20 3 Mineral occurrence related 21 3 Oil and gas 15 2 Oil and gas related 16 2 Engineering geology 16 2 Geomorphic 2   Soils 7   Photogeology 2   Geologic hazard 11 2 Tectonic-fault-neotectonic 9 1 Tectonic map of North America 2   Submarine geology 7   Distribution of Cenozoic volcanic rocks 1   Computer Generated 6 1 Digital 3   Derivative General 6 1 Structural, isopach, structural contour 79 11 Remote sensing 4   Geophysical Regional 5   Detail 6   Magnetic 8   Gravity 4   Seismic 4   Submarine 3   Geochemical 3   Geothermal 1   Thermal gradient 1   Heat flow 2   Groundwater 36 5 Potentiometric surface 4   Groundwater quality 1   Waterwell location 1   Topographic Large-scale accurate 64 9 Small-scale 5 1 Bathymetry 2   Orthophotos 2   Landsat 5 1 Self-generated 7 1 Other 13 2