|af?||Artificial fill uncertain|
|Qccb||Submarine-canyon channel-flanking bar deposits|
|Qccf||Submarine-canyon channel-floor deposits|
|Qcch||Submarine-canyon channel-head deposits|
|Qccw||Submarine-canyon channel-wall deposits|
|Qcwi||Inner submarine-canyon-wall deposits|
|Qcwo1||Outer submarine-canyon-wall deposits [generally sediment draped with 18 - 30 degree slope]|
|Qcwo2||Outer submarine-canyon-wall deposits [generally deeply incised and more than 30 degree slope]|
|Qls||Landslide deposits, undifferentiated|
|Qls1||Landslide deposits, first generation|
|Qls2||Landslide deposits, second generation|
|Qls3||Landslide deposits, third generation|
|Qlss||Slump deposits on canyon walls|
|Qms||Marine nearshore and shelf deposits|
|Qmsh||Marine shelf hummocky deposits|
|Qmsl||Marine slope deposits|
|Qmss||Marine shelf scour depressions|
|Qwp1||Submerged wave-cut platform, about 120 to 125 m deep|
|Qwp2||Submerged wave-cut platform, about 95 to 100 m deep|
|Qwp3||Submerged wave-cut platform, about 75 to 85 m deep|
|Qwp4||Submerged wave-cut platform, about 65 m deep|
|Qwpr1||Submerged wave-cut platform riser, base about 120 to 125 m deep [associated with Qwp1]|
|Qwpr2||Submerged wave-cut platform riser, base about 95 to 100 m deep [associated with Qwp2]|
|Qwpr3||Submerged wave-cut platform riser, base about 75 to 85 m deep [associated with Qwp3]|
|Qwpr4||Submerged wave-cut platform riser, base about 65 m deep [associated with Qwp4]|
To expand geologic mapping to the seafloor within California's State Waters, to update coastal geologic mapping, and to contribute to a uniform regional geologic database. Additionally, to provide a geologic map for the public and geoscience community to aid in assessments and mitigation of geologic hazards in the Santa Barbara coastal plain region and to provide sufficient geologic information for land-use and land-management decisions both onshore and offshore.
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|Data format:||The .zip file includes the .aux, .dbf, .shp, .shx, .sbx, and .sbn files, as well as FGDC-compliant metadata for the geology data layer of Hueneme Canyon and Vicinity, California. in format Shapefile (version ArcMap (version 10.0, Esri, 2011)) Point, line, and polygon features are in shapefile format and are projected in UTM Zone 11 coordinates. Size: 0.3|
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