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Digital map of major bedrock lithologic units for the Pacific Northwest: a contribution to the Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project


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This report is one in a series of digital maps, data files, andreports generated by the US Geological Survey to provide geologicprocess and mineral resource information for the Interior ColumbiaBasin Ecosystem Management Project (ICBEMP), a US Forst Service andBureau of Land Management interagency project. The various digitalmaps and data files which were provided by the USGS, and which areavailable in this and other reports, are being used in a GIS-basedecosystem assessment which includes a comprehensive analysis ofpast, present, and future ecosystem conditions within the generalarea of the Columbia River Basin east of the Cascade Mountains.


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Johnson, Bruce R
Process Contact :
Jennifer Lenz
Distributor :
Cindy Dean
Metadata Contact :
Peter N Schweitzer
Originator :
Bruce R. Johnson, Gary L. Raines

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The goal of the ICBEMP management strategy is to provide managementtools to sustain or restore ecosystem integrity and produce desiredcondistions, uses, products, values, and services over the longterm. The intent of the project is to understand the ramificationsof management practices or distrubances both in the area subject tothe practice or disturbance as well as effects which may be removed,in time and space, from the area.
4 megabyte PDF representation of major bedrock lithologic units forthe Pacific Northwest.
4 megabyte PDF representation of major bedrock lithologic units forthe Pacific Northwest.




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