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1. Late Wisconsinan Glacial Border 1:100,000

1995. Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey, Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources. Late in 1994, the Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey was asked to develop a digital physiographic provinces map at 1:100,000 sc...

2. Late Wisconsinan Glacial Border 1:500,000

1995. Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey, Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources. Late in 1994, the Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey was asked to develop a digital physiographic provinces map at 1:100,000 sc...

3. Geologic map - Topographic Change in Philadelphia, During the Last Century

2000. United States Geological Survey. A scope of work was developed in response to a request by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District. The request was to perform a to...

4. Geology by Rock Type for the Susquehanna River Basin

2006. Susquehanna River Basin Commission. This geology shapefile covers the entire Susquehanna River Basin (2006 boundary). It represents the merging of three state (NY, PA, MD) bedrock geo...

5. Glacial Deposits of Northwestern Pennsylvania

2018. Allegheny College. Digitized regional surficial geology map for northwestern Pennsylvania. The complete citation for the paper map is: Map of the Glacial Deposits of ...

6. State Soil Geographic (STATSGO) Database for the Susquehanna River Basin: Pennsylvania

2006. SRBC. This dataset is a digital general soil association map for the Susquehanna River Basin (2006 boundary) developed by the National Cooperative Soil S...

7. Thickness of Glacial Deposits, Western Crawford County, Pennsylvania

2010. Allegheny College. Digitized sediment thickness map for western Crawford County, Pennsylvania. (The term western applies to all portions of the county west of 80 degr...

8. Physiographic Provinces 1:500,000: Pennsylvania

1995. Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey, Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources. Late in 1994, the Pennsylvania Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey was asked to develop a digital physiographic provinces map at 1:100,000 sc...