MICKA_TITLE MICKA_ABSTRACT COMPANY_NAME COMPANY_EMAIL 20671-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 671 - INCA20671-11992-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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20690-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 690 - SANTA MARÍA DEL CAMPO RUS20690-11976-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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2000Geologic Map of Spain 1:50.000 scale, MAGNA2000Uso libre en el IGME con posibilidad de transmisión a terceros cuando se trate de proyectos con participación técnica o económica del Instituto. Bajo tarifa para el resto de usuarios.1972-01-01T00:00:001982-01-01T00:00:001991-01-01T00:00:001982-01-01T00:00:001991-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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20661-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 661 - VILLAREJO DE FUENTES20661-11999-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)mj.mancebo@igme.es2016-05-24T00:00:0039.66 -2.86 39.84 -2.86 39.84 -2.51 39.66 -2.51 39.66 -2.86
20694-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 694 - CHULILLA20694-11973-01-01T00:00:002005-01-01T00:00:002005-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)mj.mancebo@igme.es2016-05-24T00:00:0039.5 -1.19 39.67 -1.19 39.67 -0.85 39.5 -0.85 39.5 -1.19
20667-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 667 - VILLAR DEL ARZOBISPO20667-11977-01-01T00:00:002003-01-01T00:00:002003-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)mj.mancebo@igme.es2016-05-24T00:00:0039.66 -0.86 39.84 -0.86 39.84 -0.51 39.66 -0.51 39.66 -0.86
20691-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 691 - MOTILLA DEL PALANCAR20691-11976-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:002004-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)mj.mancebo@igme.es2016-05-24T00:00:0039.5 -2.19 39.67 -2.19 39.67 -1.85 39.5 -1.85 39.5 -2.19
20652-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 652 - JARAICEJO20652-11987-01-01T00:00:001993-01-01T00:00:001993-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)mj.mancebo@igme.es2016-05-24T00:00:0039.66 -5.86 39.84 -5.86 39.84 -5.51 39.66 -5.51 39.66 -5.86
20665-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 665 - MIRA20665-11974-01-01T00:00:002003-01-01T00:00:002003-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)mj.mancebo@igme.es2016-05-24T00:00:0039.66 -1.52 39.84 -1.52 39.84 -1.18 39.66 -1.18 39.66 -1.52
20685-1Geological Map of Spain. Scale 1:50.000 - Sheet 685 - LOS YÉBENES20685-11990-01-01T00:00:002007-01-01T00:00:002007-01-01T00:00:00A geological mapping unit is the grouping of one or more lithologies with common age range, which is represented on the map at a scale or defined resolution. Each mapping unit, and the different geological structures, is represented on the map with a symbolism itself. The representation of these units on the topographic base map provides some three-dimensional information that is completed with other geological data and geological sections, stratigraphic profiles, polls, etc. The map legend is a pictogram representing the spatial relationship of the different mapping units (chronology, overlapping, geometric relationship, lateral facies changes, etc.). It also includes structural, hydrogeological and geological location of the sheet within the regional schemes.
Since 1991, the Geological Map Series MAGNA is made inseparably with the geomorphological map on the same scale. This map incorporates everything on the surface geology and provides a structured and accurate information of the land forms. It is organized on the basis of morphogenesis and morphocronology incorporated the map using the corresponding chronostratigraphic column included in a table / legend inspired by the geological map. The forms, erosional and depositional, are represented on the map by individualized by symbols and patterns of color and surface deposits or lithological formations elements that provide information.
For each sheet of the series MAGNA there is an explanatory report published, edited and in digital format.
The digital information is stored in coverage and Shape format (ESRI). There is a guide that describes the physical structure of the digital information and its codification.
Metadata (ISO 19139 XML)
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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME)mj.mancebo@igme.es2016-05-24T00:00:0039.5 -4.19 39.67 -4.19 39.67 -3.85 39.5 -3.85 39.5 -4.19