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Open-File Report 2004-1297
Version 1.0

Isostatic residual gravity map of The Santa Clara Valley and vicinity, California

By Carter W. Roberts, Robert C. Jachens, David A. Ponce and Victoria E. Langenheim

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This map has 2 mGal gravity contours over a topographic base at a scale of 1:100,000. It covers the southern portion of San Francisco Bay, most of the Santa Clara Valley, and the surrounding mountains. Approximate boundaries are 37º to 37º 41' north latitude and 121º 30' to 122º 17' west longitude. It is a companion to U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-360, Shaded Relief Aeromagnetic Map of the Santa Clara Valley and Vicinity, California by Carter W. Roberts and Robert C. Jachens.

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Date created: August 19, 2004
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