Open-file Report -
Collapsible Soil Susceptibility Map for New Mexico (1:750,000) Based on Multiple Proxies
Alex J. Rinehart, Colin T. Cikoski, M.M. Mansell, and D.W. Love
In this study, we present a statewide map of collapsible soil incidents and maps of susceptibility with metrics of reliability based on multiple sources and types of data. This map is meant to inform New Mexico communities and decision makers about the relative susceptibility of collapsible soil subsidence across New Mexico.
See ReadMe.txt for more information about this report.
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|File Name||Size||Last Modified|
|OFR-593_Report.pdf||17.51 MB||12/14/2017 05:10:09 PM|
|OFR-593_ReportAndPlates.zip||133.34 MB||01/26/2018 08:44:38 AM|
|ReadMe.txt||3 KB||01/26/2018 08:13:19 AM|
|OFR-593_Geodatabases.zip||12.56 MB||01/26/2018 08:34:28 AM|
|OFR-593_MapPackages.zip||248.18 MB||01/26/2018 08:17:04 AM|
|Plate1_CollapsibleSoils_TotalSusc.pdf||52.70 MB||12/14/2017 06:09:19 PM|
|Plate2_CollapsibleSoils_AverageQuality.pdf||52.19 MB||12/14/2017 06:14:07 PM|
|Plate3_CollapsibleSoils_NumberOfProxies.pdf||7.88 MB||12/14/2017 06:54:21 PM|
|Plate4_CollapsibleSoils_KnownLocations.pdf||30.30 MB||12/14/2017 05:51:17 PM|
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