GIS Data Inventory

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Wisconsin Potential Field Grids, Derivative Maps & Tectonic Interpretations USGS Open file Report 03-147 (2003)

Date: 2003
Creator: Daniels, David, S. Synder et al
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Access: CD-ROM [178]
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ABSTRACTPrincipal facts for 40,488 gravity stations covering the entire state of Wisconsin are presented here in digital form. This is a compilation of previously published data collected between 1948 and 1992 from numerous sources, along with over 10,000 new gravity stations collected by the USGS since 1999. Also included are 550 gravity stations from previously unpublished sources. Observed gravity and complete-Bouguer gravity anomaly data for this statewide compilation are included here. Altogether, 14 individual surveys are presented here.
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Your guide to vacation variety: Northern Great Lakes Area 5th edition ([1945])

Date: [1945]
Creator: Rand McNally & Co.
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Scale: varies
Access: web
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out of copyright. 2 colour main maps (road map and map of recreational facilities) plus 4 ancillary maps of transportation routes in region; showing 5 classes of settlements and points of interest to tourists. Includes table of distances, indexes of points of interest and transportation providers, and informational text for tourists.
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