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The collection consists of (a) approximately 50 field notebooks from geologic mapping, including field maps showing outcrop locations corresponding to the field notes and in some cases draft copies of quadrangle geologic maps, (b) approximately 20 notebooks and associated sample location maps from the Chesapeake Bay Earth Science Study (CBESS), and (c) 1 notebook from the Hart-Miller Island Monitoring Study. Some notes are in pencil and may be difficult to read.
Typed and cataloged field notes stored in map library. Digitally cataloged on our website in the library section but you must then access the physical collection which is organized by county, then by section. A small percentage of the collection was scanned several years ago but there is no connection to the catalog.
The Field Notes collection mainly consists of hand-written descriptions of outcrops, measured sections, gravel pits, and other geologic sites in Iowa. The majority of these notes were contained in paper files, organized by county. Pertinent information from the files was entered in the GeoSam database and associated documents were scanned and uploaded for public view.
This dataset is a collection of unpublished geologic field notebooks and links to corresponding "Unpublished Geologic Map Collection from VA" (i.e., field maps) that represent over 100 years of field data collected by Virginia geological survey staff. These field records include notes, geologic cross-sections, hand-drawn field maps, and stratigraphic sections from various mapping projects across the Commonwealth. All are unique, one-of-a-kind documents. Some field notebooks have been scanned and are available in PDF format. Some corresponding field maps are scanned and are available in PDF format.
This collection includes field notes transcribed by Jon Spencer and Stephen Richard during geologic mapping projects conducted during 1980 to approximately 2010. Notebooks are stored in file cabinets, in about 6 drawers. Other miscellaneous field notebooks from other Arizona Geological Survey geologists exist. These field notebooks are mostly of archival interest. This collection has not yet been inventoried and cataloged. Please contact the Arizona Geological Survey to inquire about this collection.
This geologic collection includes measured sections of rock outcrops, measured stratigraphic sections, 800 measured sections on-line, and other geologic field notes.
The primary collection of field notebooks at the Indiana Geological Survey (IGS) are housed by subject in various location through the IGS. Most are filed by county and labeled with the study area. These are the field notes taken by IGS geologists in the field primarily between 1960 and 1985.
Field notes date back to early 1900s are kept in the Washington Geologic Survey library . Hundreds of volumes exist. Last notes in the library are from the 1980s. When a geologist retires they usually leave their notes behind. Many are simply kept in their offices and may be thrown out.
This collection includes field notes related to outcrop or hand-auger descriptions for each locality (excludes well field notes). This collection has not yet been inventoried and cataloged. Please contact the Delaware Geological Survey to inquire about this collection.
Field notes from various IGS mapping and other projects. Also field notes from retired IGS and USGS geologists. IGS/USGS field notes With time, the notebooks these notes are written on will deteriorate. Both the field notes and the maps they go with need to be scanned and stored in electronic formats, where they can be accessed. This is especialy true of the material from the retired geologists, some of which represents projects that never were completed and published.
data from field investigations in a digital format.POC is Bill Kochanov.much has to be translated from analog into digital.
Minnesota Geological Survey field notebooks, many several decades old, approximate total number of notebooks in 31 archive boxes
333 mineral locations in New MexicoLocations of mineral deposits in New Mexico.
Field notebooks of serpentinite studiesPOC is Steve Shank
Field notebooks. from 1980's to presentPOC is Jim Shaulis.
Field notebooks belonging to retired PaGS geologist Rodger Faill. Five done by Michelle Bell under Faill's direction on Piedmont summer-fall 1992. Five on jack's mtn., triassic basin, general field trips 1965-1972 by Faill. Five done by Dave Valentino under Faill's direction for MA thesis on Piedmont 1987-1989. Three general/deformed fossils notebooks by Faill.various locations and dates. Belong to Rodger FaillThe oldest field notebooks from 1965-1972 are in worse shape having experienced some water damage from the 1972 Agnes flood. Some pages are faded and difficult to read.
Recording of observations from various field projects 1985-1995.POC is Bill Kochanov.
field notes taken by Survey coal geologists. The collection is limited to work done by the Survey's coal section. Other sections data are less well curated, if at all. Books are 100 pages long with hard, black covers. This collection dates from the early 1970s. There are other collections of older field books of dubious value. field books describing surface exposures within West Virginia
Field note summaries of serpentinite studies.POC is Steve Shank. Items is folders.material is in poor condition. Actual field notebooks are missing. Went through Agnes flood of 1972.
Hardcopy collection of historic photographs, field sheets and field books, individual outcrop descriptions and related data.Historical Photographic and Field Data Collection