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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania. View is from part way up the mountain, looking southeast, near Dunfield.
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Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. Granite boulder marking the site of the first successful flight of a motor-driven airplane made by Orville Wright on December 17, 1903, near Kill Devil Hills. September 7, 1929.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Conglomerate Copper Canyon Formation in Lower Copper Canyon. 1956.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Ten miles south of Furnace Creek on the east slope of the Panamint Range. Road crossing Death Valley in the right foreground. October 11, 1900.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Sand Springs at the north end of Death Valley. View is to the south. September 11, 1900.
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Olivine gabbro boulders weathered from fanglomerate in the Salt Creek Hills to the east of the Panamint Mountains. Death Valley National Park, California. 1938.


map background search result map search result map Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Along the front of Mount McKinley, 1902. Death Valley National Park, California. Conglomerate Copper Canyon Formation in Lower Copper Canyon. 1956. Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Glaciated rocks at Reid Inlet. Harriman Expedition, 1899. Distant view of the Great Hot Springs on the Madison River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1878. Hayden Valley. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Fin Dome, viewed from the west. 1925. Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska. 1975. Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. Granite boulder marking the site of the first successful flight of a motor-driven airplane made by Orville Wright on December 17, 1903, near Kill Devil Hills. Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania. View is from part way up the mountain, looking southeast, near Dunfield. Ruins of Harmony Borax Mill. Death Valley National Park, California. 1938. Olivine gabbro boulders weathered from fanglomerate. Death Valley National Park, California. 1938. Death Valley National Park, California. Sand Springs at the north end of Death Valley. View is to the south. September 11, 1900. Death Valley National Park, California. Ten miles south of Furnace Creek on the east slope of the Panamint Range. Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. Granite boulder marking the site of the first successful flight of a motor-driven airplane made by Orville Wright on December 17, 1903, near Kill Devil Hills. Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska. 1975. Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania. View is from part way up the mountain, looking southeast, near Dunfield. Kings Canyon National Park, California. Fin Dome, viewed from the west. 1925. Distant view of the Great Hot Springs on the Madison River. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. circa 1878. Hayden Valley. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Death Valley National Park, California. Conglomerate Copper Canyon Formation in Lower Copper Canyon. 1956. Ruins of Harmony Borax Mill. Death Valley National Park, California. 1938. Olivine gabbro boulders weathered from fanglomerate. Death Valley National Park, California. 1938. Death Valley National Park, California. Sand Springs at the north end of Death Valley. View is to the south. September 11, 1900. Death Valley National Park, California. Ten miles south of Furnace Creek on the east slope of the Panamint Range. Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Along the front of Mount McKinley, 1902.