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H. Bruso Property, Eastern Zone, Anomaly E-1, E.M. and Cross section, handwritten on graph paper
Mondeaux Prospect, T33N R1W NE 1/4 SW 1/4 Section 14
Bear Creek Prospect, T33N R2W SW SW Section 31, DDH BC-1, Looking West, photocopy
Bear Creek Prospect, T32N R3W SE NE Section 1, DDH BC-2, Looking west, photocopy
Cross Section, DDH PL-76-1, with Assays, plastic
Chevron Resources Company, Bend Project, Cross-Section B-B', blue line copy
Cross Section Assays, DDH PL-76-2 and PL-77-7, plastic
Horseshoe Prospect Cross-Section Looking North
The USGS and Newmont Mining Corp. surveyed 51 cross sections to determine hydraulic characteristics throughout 12 model reaches. The accuracy of the surveyed cross sections is believed to be +/- 0.5 ft. Field surveys included measuring the channel cross section up to the approximate altitude of the highest flood and includes auxiliary channels. Surveyed cross sections generally were at representative locations about every 3 miles along the Humboldt River channel. In areas where long overbank sections occurred, supplemental altitudes were determined from topographic maps in order to extend surveyed parts of cross sections so that each section represented the full width of the floodplain. In this dataset there is...
Cross Section, DDH PL-76-5, with Assays, plastic
Cross Section with Assays, DDH PL-77-6 and PL-77-7, plastic
Chevron Resources Company, Bend Project, Cross-Section C-C', blue line copy
This geologic map and report present 1:63,360-scale geologic mapping of the south-central Sagavanirktok Quadrangle in northern Alaska. This area encompasses approximately 600 square miles in the northern foothills of the Brooks Range, and includes stratigraphic and structural elements important to understanding the oil and gas potential of Alaska's North Slope.
Cross Section, DDH PL-76-3 and PL-76-4, with Assays, plastic
Western Zone, Anomaly E-1, DDH E-1-2 cross section
Cross Section with Assays, DDH 77-8, plastic
Western Zone Anomaly E-1 Sept.-Oct. 1975, hand drawn on graph paper
Geomorphology monitoring sites at 15 locations along the Roanoke River in Salem and Roanoke, Virginia, represented riffle or pool habitats and were designed to facilitate repeated measuring at the same cross section over time. Local bench marks were installed at each site to provide both horizontal and vertical control. At a minimum, each site had two bench marks (designated BM) and two transect control marks (designated TC) that were tied together through a static survey-grade Global Positioning System (GPS) survey to establish control to the nearest centimeter. Annual cross-section topographic surveys were conducted during summer low-flow periods at the 15 geomorphology monitoring sites using a total station from...
Geologic Cross Section of Line 24E (DDH YR-1), mylar