Geophysical, Sedimentological, and Photographic Data from the John Day Reservoir, Washington and Oregon: Data Archive and Preliminary Discussion
USGS Open-File 2004-1014
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readme.txt - ASCII text file containing a description of this DVD-ROM. This file may be viewed or printed with any system program capable of opening ASCII text files.
johnday.apr - ArcView project file created with ArcView 3.2a on a Windows2000 computer. This project file is intended for use with the DVD since it reguires all the data files be present in the appropriate directory structure.
Directory data - What follows is a brief description of the data contained in the underlying directories. For a more complete description of the data, refer to the data section of this DVD, or the metadata associated with each data file. This directory contains the following subdirectories:
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Directory metadata: contains the HTML and ASCII text versions of the metadata files for all the data contained in this Open-File Report. This metadata is organized into the following subdirectories: basemap, interpretation, nav, samples, segy, seisimages, sidescan.