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Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire

Charles H. Hitchcock

Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire

by Charles H. Hitchcock

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    StatementC.H. Hitchcock
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 online resource (18 TIF files (856 MB or smaller)) :
    Number of Pages856
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    Open LibraryOL25521270M

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      The University of New Hampshire has placed four new sets of digital historic maps online. Those looking for New Hampshire locations may wish to check out these maps and gazetteer. Three of the new additions are for New Hampshire only: Hurd Town and City Atlas of New Hampshire, originally published in Atlas Accompanying the. v. I. (pt. I) Physical geography. 1. History of geological surveys in New Hampshire, by C. H. Hitchcock. 4. History of explorations among the White Mountains, by Warren Upham. 5. Climatology of New Hampshire Atlas held in Map Library Mode of access: Internet.

    State of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Geological Survey Bedrock Geologic Map of the Nashua South Quadrangle, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, and Middlesex County, Massachusetts By Gregory J. Walsh, Richard H. Jahns, and John N. Aleinikoff U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Pamphlet to accompany Scientific Investigations. USGS Open-File Report Preliminary Integrated Geologic Map Databases for the United States: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Vermont. Methodology. Detailed report of standardization procedures. GIS style files. Methods used to create several styles for lithology or geologic time.


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Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire by Charles H. Hitchcock Download PDF EPUB FB2

An atlas consisting of 19 plates detailing the geology and topography of New Hampshire, and other special features.

These maps, published inpredate the earliest USGS maps of New Hampshire. The “ Atlas to Accompany the Report on the Geology of New Hampshire ”,contains nineteen plates. Six plates show the bedrock geology of New Hampshire and portions of adjacent states (designated here as “Northwest”, “West-Central”, “Southwest”, “Northeast”, “East-Central”, and “Southeast” Sheets).

Title Page: Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire. New Hampshire. Geological Survey ; Hitchcock, Charles H. (Charles Henry),View larger, zoomable image (turn off pop-up blocker) Full Title: (Title Page to) Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire. C.H. Hitchcock, State Geologist.

United States New Hampshire: From an atlas by Charles H. Hitchcock, the New Hampshire State Geologist, one of the five huge colored plates depicting New Hampshire’s topography marked with features resulting from glaciation, this one in the southwest portion of the state; pre-dating the earliest USGS topographic maps of New Hampshire/NH, the atlas was the first comprehensive map of the.

Atlas to Accompany the Report on the Geology of New Hampshire. Concord, New Hampshire: Edson C. Eastman. "North America in the Ice Period". Author: New Hampshire. Geological and Mineralogical Survey Published: Concord, E.A. Jenks, Language: English Format: Book Copies At: Bloomington.

Welcome to the New Hampshire Geological Survey (NHGS). The Survey's mission is to collect data and perform research on the land, mineral, and water resources of the state, and disseminate the findings to the public through maps, reports, and other publications.

Finally a comprehensive map book of all of New Hampshire. Like all American Map products, it is well put together and easy to read.

Important tourist destinations are highlighted. Now if American Maps can just do one book for all of Ct. all will be convered in New s: 1. A reduced and abbreviated monochrome photolithographed reproduction was issued in as one of two facsimiles in Charles Hitchcock’s Atlas Accompanying the Report on the Geology of New Hampshire.

Click here for a PDF version that will allow you to zoom in for detail. New Hampshire Geological Survey 29 Hazen Drive, PO Box 95 Concord, NH () () (fax) [email protected] Adobe Acrobat Reader format. Download a free reader from Adobe. The geology of New Hampshire.

A report comprising the results of explorations ordered by the legislature by New Hampshire (Book) 14 editions published Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire by Charles H Hitchcock.

Atlas of Structural Geology features a broad and inclusive range of high-quality meso- and micro-scale full-color photographs, descriptions, and captions related to the deformation of rocks and geologic structures.

It is a multi-contributed, comprehensive reference that includes submissions from many of the world’s leading structural geologists, making it the most thorough and comprehensive. "The Geology of New Hampshire's White Mountains" looks like just another coffee table book on the Granite State's wonderfully beautiful mountains, but that would be a misleading impression.

This book, the product of a number of skilled hands and minds, is a serious, in-depth look at the geology of the White s: 8. Geology of New Hampshire: a Report Comprising the Results of Explorations Ordered by the Legislature” was published. Inthe “Atlas” that is the subject of this web site was published to accompany the survey’s report.

Overview Charles Henry Hitchcock (), geologist. Consists of seventeen hand drawn and annotated geological bedrock cross section maps of New Hampshire, probably for use in "Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire." Twenty.

In addition to the bedrock geology, the datasets include geopolitical and hydrologic information, such as political boundaries, quadrangle boundaries, hydrologic units, and water-well data.

A more thorough explanation for each of these datasets may be found in the accompanying metadata files. Data available for download. The U.S. Geological Survey, New Hampshire Geological Survey, and State of New Hampshire make no representation or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding the use, accuracy, or completeness of the data presented herein, or from a map printed from these data; nor shall the act of distribution constitute any such warranty.

Old Historical Atlas Maps of New Hampshire. This Historical New Hampshire Map Collection are from original copies.

Most historical maps of New Hampshire were published in atlases and spans over years of growth for the state. Some New Hampshire maps years have cities, railroads, P.O. locations, township outlines, and other features useful to the New Hampshire researcher.

New Hampshire Genres Maps Notes Statement of responsibility: by Philip Carrigain. Content: Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Content: Includes 2 small views: View of the White Mountains from Shelburne -- The Cap of the White Mountains.

Citation/reference: From: Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire. The geography and map division holds more t atlases, the largest and most comprehensive collection in the onal rare atlases are found in the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

Geographical coverage of the atlas collection is heavily weighted toward the United States (47 percent), world (19 percent), and Europe (16 percent).

Huge folio atlas with 2 plates of views, 2 facsimiles (Carrigain and Holland ), 1 diagram or Camera view, a 6 sheet Geological Map of the state, a 5 (of 6, as issued) sheet Map of the state's Surface Geology, and a map of the Ammonoosuc Mining District.The geology of New Hampshire: a report comprising the results of explorations ordered by the legislature New Hampshire.

Geological and Mineralogical Survey; Hitchcock, Charles H. Atlas is printed by Julius Bien, New York, Citation/reference: Probably from: Atlas accompanying the report on the geology of New Hampshire.

C.H. Hitchcock, State Geologist. Julius Bien, New York. Funding: Mapping the Nation (NEH grant, ) Physical Description Extent: 4 views on 1 sheet: color ; on sheet 60 x 82 cm Type of Resource Cartographic Identifiers RLIN/OCLC.