Topographic map of Cane Spring, Nevada quadrangle, 1961
- Digital ID
- Topographic map of Cane Spring, Nevada quadrangle, 1961
- Alternative Title
- Cane Spring quadrangle, Nevada--Nye Co.; Cane Spring, Nev.
- Group Creator
- 'Mapped, edited and published by the Geological Survey in cooperation with the Atomic Enegry Commission. Control by USGS, USC&GS, USCE, and Atomic Energy Commission. Topography from aerial photographs by photogrammetric methods. Aerial photographs taken 1959. Field check 1961.' Scale 1:24,000 polyconic projection (W 116°07'30"--W 116°00'00"/N 36°52'30"--N 36°45'00"). Series: 7.5 minute series (topographic). Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Contour interval 20 feet. Includes quadrangle location map.
- Individual Contributor
- Interior--Geological Survey; For sale by the U.S. Geological Survey
- Accession Number
- G4352.N42 1961 .G46
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- United States
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- Still Image
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- Digital Publisher
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries;
- Digital Collection
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