This simple geologic map is being displayed using a set of 3 individual KML files containing rock unit polygons and lines representing contacts and faults. Because this map includes relatively few geometric elements, single KML files can be used for each layer. For larger and more complex geometric data, you can use the Export Geometric Tileset process to render your styled geometric data to either a KML geometric tileset or an SVG geometric tileset.
The map data were downloaded from a USGS web site as shapefiles, imported to TNTmips as vector objects, and styled to match the source map. TNTmips then converted the vector elements in each vector to styled elements in a KML file along with associated attributes set by element DataTips.
The TNTmips interactive Assemble Geomashup process was used to assemble the 3 KML files, sidebar with legend, and other features into this mashup. Moving the cursor over a map feature reveals the feature name; clicking on the feature opens an info window to show additional information.