KML Geology - Using Google in Geology  
San Diego State University - Department of Geological Sciences

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Welcome to KML Geology
KMLs (Keyhole Markup Language) are files that can be viewed in the Google geographic browsers. This web site hosts a collection of geoscience related examples of KMLs that have been created for use in Google Earth and Google Maps. Take a moment to explore some of our favorite KMLs. This site is intended for educational use, we make no warranties as to the accuracy or suitability for any purpose.

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Geology of the Oceanside 30' x 60' Quadrangle
KMZ File
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Preliminary Geologic Map of the Picacho State Recreation Area, California. Image Overlay of the 1:12,000 scale geologic map of the Indian Pass to Carrizo Wash region of the Picacho State Recreation Area, SE California. Compiled by the Department of Geological Sciences at San Diego State University, Dr. Gary Girty.

Geology of the Oceanside 30' x 60' Quadrangle
Geology of the Oceanside 30' x 60' Quadrangle.Image Overlay of the Preliminary Geologic Map of the Oceanside Quadrangle at 1:100,000 Scale to provide the public timely access to digital geology, prepared by the California Geological Survey Regional Geologic Mapping Project.

Reconnaissance Geology of the State of Baja California
Reconnaissance Geology of the State of Baja California. Image overlay of the northern Baja map that was compiled in 1971 at a scale of 1:250,000 and published as part of the Geological Society of America Memoir 140. More information...

Geology of the San Diego 30' x 60' Quadrangle
Geology of the San Diego 30' x 60' Quadrangle Image overlay of the Preliminary Geologic Map at 1:100,000 Scale to provide the public timely access to digital geology, prepared by the California Geological Survey Regional Geologic Mapping Project. More information...
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