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    C-58, Geologic Atlas of Lincoln County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2023) Mayer, Jordan A; Bradley, Margeurite C; Retzler, Andrew J; Severson, Allison R; Jirsa, Mark A; Chandler, V.W.; Conrad, Daniel R; Gowan, Angela S; Block, Amy Radakovich; Hamilton, Jacqueline D
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-57, Geologic Atlas of Dakota County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2023) Steenberg, Julia R.; Gowan, Angela S.; Staley, Amie E.; Bauer, Emily J.; Francis, Sarah W.; Chandler, V.W.
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-65, Geologic Atlas of Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota
    (2023) Bauer, Emily J; Hirsch, Aaron C; Steenberg, Julia R; Severson, Allison R; Boerboom, Terrence J; Radke, Angela J; Lively, R. S.
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-55, Geologic Atlas of Otter Tail County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2023) Bauer, Emily J; Cicha, Jarrod; Radakovich Block, Amy; Jirsa, Mark A; Hirsch, Aaron C; Meyer, Gary N; Scott, Shawn B; Lively, R. S.
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-54, Geologic Atlas of Lake County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2022) Bauer, Emily J; Jirsa, Mark A; Block, Amy R; Boerboom, Terrence J; Chandler, V.W.; Peterson, Dean M; Wagner, Kaleb G; McDonald, Jennifer M; Dengler, Elizabeth L; Meyer, Gary N; Hamilton, Jacqueline D
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-51, Geologic Atlas of St. Louis County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2022) Bauer, Emily J; Jirsa, Mark A; Block, Amy R; Boerboom, Terrence J; Chandler, V.W.; Peterson, Dean M; Wagner, Kaleb G; McDonald, Jennifer M; Dengler, Elizabeth L; Meyer, Gary N; Hamilton, Jacqueline D
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-52, Geologic Atlas of Aitkin County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2022) Bauer, Emily J; Chandler, V.W.; Boerboom, Terrence J; Knaeble, Alan R; Nguyen, Maurice K; Lively, R. S.; Setterholm, Dale R; Steenberg, Julia R
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-53, Geologic Atlas of Steele County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2022) Retzler, Andrew; Mayer, Jordan; Bradley, Margeurite; Nguyen, Maurice; Marshall, Katherine; Conrad, Daniel; Lively, R. S.
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-48, Geologic Atlas of Nobles County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2020) Bauer, Emily J; Retzler, Andrew J; Jirsa, Mark A; Chandler, Val W; Pettus, Margeurite C; Gowan, Angela S; Hamilton, Jacqueline D
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-47, Geologic Atlas of Rock County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2020) Bauer, Emily J; Retzler, Andrew J; Jirsa, Mark A; Chandler, Val W; Pettus, Margeurite C; Gowan, Angela S; Hamilton, Jacqueline D
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-49, Geologic Atlas of Olmsted County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2020) Steenberg, Julia R; Pettus, Margeurite C; Marshall, Katherine J; McDonald, Jennifer M; Hamilton, Jacqueline D; Chandler, V.W.
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-50, Geologic Atlas of Dodge County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2019) Steenberg, Julia, R
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-46, Geologic Atlas of Kandiyohi County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2019) Hamilton, Jacqueline D; Bauer, Emily J; Chandler, V.W.; Steenberg, Julia R; Staley, Amie E
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com. Due to errors found when working with Part B, hydrogeology, revised sand/till rasters have been added to this site in 2022 (Revisions to sand model data 2022).
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    C-45, Geologic Atlas of Hennepin County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2018-12) Steenberg, Julia R.; Bauer, Emily J; Chandler, V.W.; Retzler, Andrew J; Berthold, Angela J; Lively, Richard S
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com. Note: Bedrock surfaces rasters and the Atlas Users guide were updated (updated_files.zip) 04/01/19.
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    C-41, Geologic Atlas of Hubbard County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2018) Lusardi, Barbara A
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-43, Geologic Atlas of Cass County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2018) Lusardi, Barbara, A; Pettus, Margeurite, C; Chandler, Val, W; Radakovich, Amy, L; Nguyen, Maurice, K; Staley, Amie, E; Hamilton, Jacqueline, D
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com. Due to errors identified during work on the Part B portion of the atlas, new strat lines and sand/till rasters have been added to this site to address the issues (Revisions to sand model data 2022).
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    C-44, Geologic Atlas of Isanti County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2017) Chandler, V.W.; Bloomgren, Bruce A.; Pettus, Margeurite C.; Runkel, Anthony C.; Hougardy, Devin D.; Meyer, Gary N.; Hamilton, Jacqueline D.
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com. Due to errors found when work was started for the Part B, hydrogeology part of the Atlas, new sand/till rasters and unit masks have been added to this site in 2022 (Revisions to sand model data 2022).
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    C-42, Geologic Atlas of Becker County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2016) Bauer, Emily J.; Chandler, V.W.; Jirsa, Mark A.; Marshall, Katherine J.; Gowan, Angela S.; Hamilton, Jacqueline D.; Radakovich, Amy L.;
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-37, Geologic Atlas of Brown County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2016) Boerboom, Terrence J
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.
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    C-40, Geologic Atlas of Wadena County, Minnesota
    (Minnesota Geological Survey, 2016) Lusardi, Barbara, A.
    A County Geologic Atlas project is a study of a county's geology, and its mineral and ground-water resources. The information collected during the project is used to develop maps, data-base files, and reports. This same information is also produced as digital files for use with computers. The map information is formatted as geographic information system (GIS) files with associated data bases. The maps and reports are also reproduced as portable document files (PDFs) that can be opened on virtually any computer using the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com.