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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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The USGS Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the nation's inventory of protected areas, including public open space and voluntarily provided, private protected areas, identified as an A-16 National Geospatial Data Asset in the Cadastral Theme (http://www.fgdc.gov/ngda-reports/NGDA_Datasets.html). PAD-US is an ongoing project with several published versions of a spatial database of areas dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity, and other natural, recreational or cultural uses, managed for these purposes through legal or other effective means. The geodatabase maps and describes public open space and other protected areas. Most areas are public lands owned in fee; however, long-term...
Types: Citation; Tags: Agricultural Research Service, Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), American Samoa (AS), Arizona (AZ), All tags...
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Figure 76 caption: David Roddy briefing Apollo 15 Commander David Scott and others on the rim viewing platform below the museum at Meteor Crater during a 4-5 June 1970 Apollo 15 trip to the crater; photo, US Atomic Energy Commission. Published as Figure 076 ii USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 97-(e) caption: A relaxed moment for the last of the Apollo lunar explorers-Cernan (a veteran fighter pilot and military man) and Schmitt (a geologist) during their final geologic field exercise; NASA photo S-72-52835. Published as Figure 097e in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 87-(c) caption: General overview of western base of the Coconino Point monocline that dominates the Coconino Point Test site. Dave Scott and Jim Irwin in center of photo; NASA photo. Published as Figure 087c in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure caption: Explorer geophysics test at Cinder Lake Crater Field, Arizona in December 1968; (a) John Hendricks, being fitted in Disney "space suit" by Bill Tinnin (Field Test Support Unit of SPE Branch); USGS photo P726c, F126846c. No index card. Published as Figure 58-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Album caption: The other three boats at the lower end of Lava Falls Rapid after the flood. Enlargement of E.C. LaRue's photo Y-2 (no. 616). 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona. No index card.
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Album caption: The "Marble" after the flood at Lava Falls. Enlargement of LaRue's picture Y-1 (no. 615). 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona. No index card.
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Album caption: Outlet, Surprise Valley, about ten miles above the mouth of Kanab Canyon. (Thompson Valley Outlet). Arizona. n.d. Index card: Same as hjk00451, just west of Tapeats Creek.
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Album caption: Side Canyon above Diamond Creek. Photo by Lewis R. Freeman. Handwritten note on album caption: Arizona Index card unavailable.
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Figure 87-(a) caption: Final geology exercise for the Apollo 15 prime and backup crew at Coconino Point, Territory of the Navajo Nation, Arizona (north of Flagstaff, Arizona and south of the Grand Canyon) on 25 June 1971; (a) (l-to-r) Jim Irwin and Dave Scott checking out outcrop; NASA photo S-71-39711. Published as Figure 087a in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Album caption: Truck with boat crossing gully in Tanner's Wash. Enlargement of L.R. Freeman's photo A-6. 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Arizona; Grand Canyon 296. No index card. See also: grand00296
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Figure 74-(a) caption: Marshall Spaceflight Center's 6-wheel Amphicat, all-terrain vehicle used in support of their Astrionics Laboratory during a test of a navigational system at Merriam Crater (northeast of Flagstaff, Arizona) on 19, 23- 24 March 1970; (a) Amphicat vehicle with its trailer containing a potable generator and other equipment; USGS photo P998, F370233 Published as Figure 074a in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.
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Figure 86-(c) caption: (l-to-r)-unidentified NASA engineer and Charles Duke climbing ladder to canvas simulated Lunar Module (LM) during test at Cinder Lake Crater Field on day two of test. Published as Figure 086c in USGS Open-File Report 2005-1190. 2005.


map background search result map search result map Surprise Valley, above the mouth of Kanab Canyon. Arizona. circa 1870s. Muav side canyon, Grand Canyon. Arizona. circa 1870s. John Hendricks, being fitted in Disney "space suit" by Bill Tinnin (Field Test Support Unit of SPE Branch). Cinder Lake Crater Field, Arizona. 1968. David Roddy briefing Apollo 15 Commander David Scott. Arizona. 1970. Unidentified NASA engineer and Charles Duke climbing ladder to canvas simulated Lunar Module, Cinder Lake Crater Field. Arizona. 1971. Final geology exercise for the Apollo 15 prime and backup crew at Coconino Point. Arizona. 1971. General overview of western base of the Coconino Point monocline. Arizona. 1971. A relaxed moment for the last of the Apollo lunar explorers, Cernan and Schmitt, during their final geologic field exercise. Arizona. 1972. Truck crossing Tanner's Wash, Arizona. 1923. The "Marble" after the Lava Falls flood, Arizona. 1923. Three other boats after the Lava Falls flood, Arizona. 1923. Drawing of geologic structure east-west across the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. n.d. Side Canyon above Diamond Creek. Arizona. 1923. Diamond Creek. Arizona. 1923. Surprise Valley, above the mouth of Kanab Canyon. Arizona. circa 1870s. Muav side canyon, Grand Canyon. Arizona. circa 1870s. John Hendricks, being fitted in Disney "space suit" by Bill Tinnin (Field Test Support Unit of SPE Branch). Cinder Lake Crater Field, Arizona. 1968. David Roddy briefing Apollo 15 Commander David Scott. Arizona. 1970. Unidentified NASA engineer and Charles Duke climbing ladder to canvas simulated Lunar Module, Cinder Lake Crater Field. Arizona. 1971. Final geology exercise for the Apollo 15 prime and backup crew at Coconino Point. Arizona. 1971. General overview of western base of the Coconino Point monocline. Arizona. 1971. A relaxed moment for the last of the Apollo lunar explorers, Cernan and Schmitt, during their final geologic field exercise. Arizona. 1972. Truck crossing Tanner's Wash, Arizona. 1923. The "Marble" after the Lava Falls flood, Arizona. 1923. Three other boats after the Lava Falls flood, Arizona. 1923. Drawing of geologic structure east-west across the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. n.d. Side Canyon above Diamond Creek. Arizona. 1923. Diamond Creek. Arizona. 1923.