Date of Award
Dr. E. S. Perry
Plane table and pacing methods were used in the mapping of the individual areas, but an automobile traverse was used to tie the independent areas into a composite group that would be useful for the entire zone. All land marks, section corners, roads, fence lines, drainage, and geologic features were plotted in the field and later transferred to a master map.
Judd, Kenneth M., "Geological Report of Conrow Wood Creek Area 8 Miles N.E. of Whitehall, Montana" (1949). Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970. 281.
Ceramic Materials Commons, Environmental Engineering Commons, Geology Commons, Geophysics and Seismology Commons, Metallurgy Commons, Other Engineering Commons, Other Materials Science and Engineering Commons
Page 17 and Map are missing.