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This USGS data release presents data collected during surveys of nearshore bathymetry and beach topography from northern Monterey Bay, California. Survey operations were conducted between October 20 and October 24, 2014 (USGS Field Activity Number 2014-676-FA). Nearshore bathymetry data were collected using two personal watercraft (PWCs), each equipped with single-beam echosounders and survey-grade global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers. Topography data were collected using an all-terrain vehicle equipped with a GNSS receiver and on foot with GNSS receivers mounted on backpacks. Positions of the survey platforms were referenced to a GNSS base station with known horizontal and vertical coordinates. Depths...
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Handwritten information on the back of photograph: Kainan Bay. Antarctica, 1955.
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Album caption (17): See no. 16 for caption. Album caption (16): Campfire at Survey camp on Riley Creek near bend to SW. Camp 3. Nenana district, Yukon region, Alaska. Late July, 1919. Index card: Three men around campfire at camp 3, on Riley Creek near bend to southwest. Nenana district, Yukon region, Alaska. July 1919.
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These files contain scans of Topographic Reconnaissance maps of Antarctica. The source maps were published at 1:250,000-scale by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Science Foundation. The extent of their coverage can be seen in the “Topographic Reconnaissance Index - 250k” layer of the Atlas of Antarctic Research viewer. Use the “VIEW” link below to look at a low resolution version of the map. Then download the selected map at full resolution by clicking the download link. The metadata for each of the maps is contained in the “Full Map”download file. The maps were scanned at a ground resolution of 25.4 meters and range from 10 to 30 megabytes.They are provided in two formats: Full Map ...
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Flightline Photo Indexes of Antarctica Topographic Reconnaissance with Shaded Relief 1:250,000 Scale - Basic Contour Interval, 200 Meters Flight line information is approximate up to 200 meters.
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Album caption: Stoney Glacier and Mountain. Head of Portage Creek, Tordrillo Range, Alaska. No index card.
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Album caption: The Grand Canyon as seen from the south rim at Grandview Point. 10 miles east of El Tovar Hotel. The width of the canyon as measured between Grandview Point and Walhalla Plateau is 9 miles. The rim of Walhalla Plateau is 5,750 feet above the river, and its horizontal distance from the river is 5 miles. [Grand Canyon National Park] Coconino County, Arizona. 1901. (Same as photo no. 146) Index card unavailble. See also: cnw00046
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Album caption: Esplanade; view from Havasupai Point. Loes Point at right, Mount Trumball and Mount Huethawali at left. [Grand Canyon National Park] Coconino County, Arizona. 1901. Same as photo no. C1) Handwritten note on album caption: Published as plate VI in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 549. 1914. Index card unavailable. Note: See also cnw000c1
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Album caption: Sep 89. No index card. Personal communication from Clay Martin, Field Records Collection, on May 3, 2019, "Lower Yellowstone Falls."
Collection of orthorectified images from aerial photograph of wetlands at the U.S. Geological Survey's Cottonwood Lake Study Area, Stutsman County, North Dakota. This collection of images was acquired during July and early August from 1975 to 2015. Aerial photographs of wetlands in the Cottonwood Lake Study Area were collected in order to facilitate a better understanding of the influence of natural climate variability on the vegetation of prairie wetland ecosystems.
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Handwritten information on back of photograph: Ross Shelf Ice, Bay of Whales.
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Deep-sea corals can create a highly complex, three-dimensional structure that facilitates sediment accumulation and influences adjacent sediment environments through altered hydrodynamic regimes. Infaunal communities adjacent to different coral types, including reef-building scleractinian corals and individual colonies of octocorals, are known to differ from background non-coral soft-sediment communities, often exhibiting higher macrofaunal densities and distinct community structure. However, the coral types have different morphologies, which may modify the adjacent sediment communities in discrete ways. Here we address two main questions: 1) how infaunal communities adjacent to deep-sea corals and their associated...
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Album caption: 8/1/'02. S. 70° E., Mt. Foraker. Alaska. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mount McKinley (A-4) quad, Tonzona district, Kuskokwim region, Alaska. Index card: Mount Foraker from vicinity of camp of August 1. Mount McKinley quadrangle, Tonzona district, Kuskokwim region, Alaska. 1902. Note on photograph: Negative destroyed by authority of administrative geologist.


map background search result map search result map The Esplanade; view from Havasupai Point. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 1901. G-2946 : Synthetic Seismogram Data for Correlation Between Seismic-Reflection Profiles and Well Data, Broward County, Florida Beach topography and nearshore bathymetry of northern Monterey Bay, California, October 2014 Sediment macrofaunal composition, sediment grain size, and taxa functional traits of multiple deep-sea coral habitats in the Gulf of Mexico, 2009-2014 Mt. Foraker, Mount McKinley quadrangle, Alaska. 1902. Greenstone along left bank of Yukon River, below mouth of Thanksgiving Creek. Alaska. ca. 1926. Stoney Glacier and Mountain, head of Portage Creek, Tordrillo Range, Alaska. 1898. The Grand Canyon as seen from the south rim of Grandview Point. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 1901. Lower Yellowstone Falls. Yellowstone National Park. 1989. View southward from road near Toklat River. Kantishna district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1931. Ship Alaska and barge at river bank, Fort Yukon. Yukon Flats district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. Campfire at Survey camp on Riley Creek. Nenana district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. Folded slate between Riley and Maurice (Hines) Creeks. Nenana district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. View up main fork of east fork of Toklat River to glacier. Kantishna district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. Beach topography and nearshore bathymetry of northern Monterey Bay, California, October 2014 Mt. Foraker, Mount McKinley quadrangle, Alaska. 1902. Lower Yellowstone Falls. Yellowstone National Park. 1989. The Esplanade; view from Havasupai Point. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 1901. The Grand Canyon as seen from the south rim of Grandview Point. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 1901. View southward from road near Toklat River. Kantishna district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1931. Sediment macrofaunal composition, sediment grain size, and taxa functional traits of multiple deep-sea coral habitats in the Gulf of Mexico, 2009-2014 Ship Alaska and barge at river bank, Fort Yukon. Yukon Flats district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. Campfire at Survey camp on Riley Creek. Nenana district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. Folded slate between Riley and Maurice (Hines) Creeks. Nenana district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. View up main fork of east fork of Toklat River to glacier. Kantishna district, Yukon region, Alaska. 1919. Greenstone along left bank of Yukon River, below mouth of Thanksgiving Creek. Alaska. ca. 1926. Stoney Glacier and Mountain, head of Portage Creek, Tordrillo Range, Alaska. 1898.