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This project established a permafrost monitoring network in this region, providing a baseline of permafrost thermal regimes for assessing future change at a total of 26 automated monitoring stations. Stations have collected year-round temperature data from the active layer and the permafrost starting from the summer of 2011. The strong correspondence between spatial variability in permafrost thermal regime and an existing ecotype map allowed for the development of a map of ‘permafrost thermal classes’ for the broader study region. Further, the annual temperature data was used to calibrate models of soil thermal regimes as a function of climate, providing estimates of both historic and future permafrost thermal regimes...
This collection (known internally at Maryland Geological Survey as Component 9) consists of 1,474 black-and-white aerial photographs (1,472 unique frames plus 2 duplicates) plus 2 index maps which serve as a finding aid for the photographs in the two sub-components of this collection -- DC Collection 1 and DC Collection 2. The photographs are 9 in. by 9 in. in size and cover Washington, DC and vicinity (including portions of Maryland and Virginia). The counties in Maryland covered by these aerial photographs are Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George's Counties. No date is printed on these photographs; however, based on features shown in the photographs, Maryland Geological Survey (MGS) estimates...
The U.S. Geological Survey's Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC) collects aerial photography of the Upper Mississippi River System (UMRS) floodplain on a regular basis. These data are used to support the Center's long-term goals of understanding the UMRS and developing useful products for the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program (LTRMP). In 2000, 1:16,000-scale true color aerial photos were collected on the Mississippi River from Cairo, IL to Minneapolis, MN and the on Illinois River from its confluence with the Mississippi near Grafton, IL to Lake Michigan/Chicago, IL. The photos were collected using a 60% stereo overlap between photos in the same flight line and a 30% overlap between flight lines....
Album caption: Panorama with photo nos. 1164, 1166-1169. Index card: Panorama of outer part, north shore and head of Lituya Bay showing damage from 1958 giant wave. Fairweather fault trench. Mount Fairweather quadrangle, Lituya district, Alaska Gulf region, Alaska. August 7, 1958. Panorama with mdj01164, mdj01166, mdj01167, mdj01168, mdj01169
Album caption: Geological Survey camp at Kaunene, 5958 feet above sea level, during January 20-February 22. The flag in the tree top behind the house is 160 feet above ground. Frank Medeiros is saddling "Boy." The average temperature here at 6:00 a.m. is between 28 and 20 degrees. 2/22/25. 8:30 a.m. No index card.
Central Region Multiplex Section B, U.S. Geological Survey Topographic Division. Location unknown. 1952.
Album caption: Central Region Multiplex Section B. Top Row (left to right): D.C. Wallace, M. Schooler, F.G. Lavery, R.A. Shoolbred, C.W. Richter. Second (from top): G.O. Boeckman, J.W. Walker, R.C. Haas, A.D. Bausman, H.H. Comer, R.L. Brown, O.R. Ummel, E.C. Wilkinson. Third (from top): D.R. Stark, G.C. Earl, M.H. Dageforde, B.P. Bagrowski, L.L. Levisen, R.E. Wehmeier, R.F. Detjen, F.E. Onellion, P.B. Thayer. Fourth (from top): M.H. Patterson, L.H. Wilcoxson, B.E. Guyer, G.W. Heaberlin, F.D. McCallon, D.G. Macy, T.J. Oldenburg, C.E. Turner, W.P. Metcalfe, Jr., G.O. Schreiner. Fifth (from top): J.J. Cooper, E.D. Jones, R.A. Kennedy, J.W. Wood, H.R. Knight, J.F. Tweedy, W.W. Fahrenback, J.W. Simmons, W.W. Brown,...
Mauna Loa. Humuula Sheep Camp is at the dark grove of eucalyptus trees in the red circle. Hawaii. 1926.
Album caption: Mauna Loa, elevation 13,680. Humuula Sheep Camp is at the dark grove of eucalyptus trees inn the red circle, elevation 6696. Puu Kalepeamoa at 9393 is the sharp cone in the lower right. 2.20.26. 8:00 a.m. No index card.
Album caption: The McAllister party approaching Lake Waiau. The object near the north shore of the lake is not a rock formation but apparently a defect in the negative. No index card.
Album caption: East side of Red Hollow, with Diamond Creek at right. Price River conglomerate dipping steeply toward the east forms crest of ridge. The Price River unconformably overlies older rocks and bevels the Twin Creek limestone (light colored bands) and the underlying Navajo sandstone. The Ankareh formation crops out in upper Red Hollow and the Thaynee forms dip slopes in the distance at the extreme left. Year, 1937. Utah County, Utah. Index card: East side of Red Hollow; Diamond Creek at right. Note: Panorama with baa00575, baa00576, and baa00577.
Album caption: Type A current meters. Pygmy current meter, miniature current meter. Also No. 682 of Water Resources Instruments Album. No index card.
Flagstaff limestone overlying North Horn formation on northeast side of Sawmill Hollow. Utah County, Utah. 1937.
Album caption: Flagstaff limestone over North Horn formation on Northeast side of Sawmill Hollow opposite Mollie's Nipple. A thin Flagstaff-like limestone is present in the North Horn formation. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: Flagstaff ls. on North Horn fm. N.E. side Sawmill Hollow. Note: Panorama with baa00600.
Album caption: East side of Monks Hollow (across Diamond Fork from Red Hollow), Twin Creek, Entrada (?), Morrison, and Cretaceous Indianola (?) are beveled by the Prince River conglomerate which caps the high hills. Year, 1937. Utah Co., Utah. Index card: East side of Monks Hollow. Note: Panorama with baa00602, baa00604, baa00605, and baa00606.
Album caption: Andesitic agglomerate in lower part of Mehrton formation. Road cut 21/2 miles north of Valley Springs, about in the NE. 1/4 SE. 1/4 sec. 2, T. 4 N., R. 10 E. Jackson quad., Calaveras County, California. March 20, 1932.
Album caption: Pardee Dam, spillway, and reservoir (spilling) viewed from the west. Jackson quad., Amador and Calaveras Counties, California. June 12, 1932.
Album caption: Snake River Canyon. Downstream at point 3/4 mile downstream from Spring Creek. Mile 120.8, Oregon-Idaho boundary. n.d. No index card.
Album caption: Snake River Canyon. Upstream above Brown Lee. Cliff at right, columnar basalt. Upstream at dam site at mile 145.3, sec. 2, T. 17 N., R. 5 W. (Adams County, Idaho) to sec. 25, T. 9 S., R. 47 E. (Baker County, Oregon). n.d. No index card.
Album caption: The rugged coast of the village of Hookena. Pali Kaholo is the sharp cliff-like feature back from the shoreline and can be seen in about the center of this photograph taken from the Hookena road. This is a very dry area of the South Kona coast. 2.10.24. No index card.
Album caption: Moving camp from Kauleoli to Keanapaakai on the west slope Mauna Loa. Joe Medeiros and Frank Medeiros and Kauala Simeona at Fujino's store at the trail forks on the Government road. Coffee trees in the background. 1.2.25. 11:30 a.m. No index card.
Mescal pit damaged by the flood of December 1966 along Clear Creek. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. Circa 1966.
Album caption and index card: Mescal pit damaged by the flood of December 1966 along Clear Creek. Cross sections of the mescal pit exposed mainly by lateral cutting during the flood. Depth of cutting is about equal to the height of the man. Wood debris gives an indication of the flood crest. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. ca. 1966. Published as Figure 15-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 980. 1977.
Album caption: Water Pocket Creek. Utah. n.d. (Forms stereoscopic view with photo no. 848a, hjk0848a) Index card unavailable.