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1. Active Mines in the Danville Coal Member: Indiana

2010. Indiana Geological Survey. COAL_MINE_ACTIVE_DANVILLE_IN_2010 is a polygon-based ESRI ArcGIS shapefile that shows the location and extent of active surface and underground coa...
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2. Active Mines in the Hymera Coal Member: Indiana

2014. Indiana Geological Survey. COAL_MINE_ACTIVE_HYMERA_IN_2014 is a polygon-based ESRI ArcGIS shapefile that shows the location and extent of active surface and underground coal ...
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3. Bedrock Geology: Indiana

2010. Indiana Geological Survey. BEDROCK_GEOL_MM48_IN is a polygon shapefile that shows bedrock geology of the state of Indiana at a scale of 1:500,000. The mapped stratigraphic un...
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5. Bedrock Topography Contours: Indiana

2003. Indiana Geological Survey. Bedrock topography was converted from the original published map, Indiana Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 36. The contours define the elevation...
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7. Depth Ranges of the Hymera Coal Member: Indiana

2014. Indiana Geological Survey. In the past a series of reports on coal resources of selected counties in Indiana were published as part of the Special Report series of the Indian...
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11. Ecoregions, Levels III and IV, Indiana: Indiana

2003. A. Woods, J. Omernik, S. Brockman, T. Gerber, W. Hosteter, And S. Azevedo and Indiana Geological Survey. The following is excerpted from the metadata for OHIN_ECO: "The ecoregions shown here have been derived from Omernik (1987) and fr refinements of ...
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17. Liquefaction Potential of Materials: Indiana

2011. Indiana Geological Survey. EARTHQUAKE_LIQUEFACTION_POTENTIAL_MM81_IN is a polygon shapefile that shows highly generalized categories (low, moderate, and high) of liquefaction...