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New York State Geological Highway Map

New York State Geological Highway Map


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Full color folded sheet (22 X 56 inches, printed on both sides) titled the "New York State Geologic Highway Map", as part of its illustrations. This sheet includes four parts: Plate 1, A View from Space: New York and Surrounding Areas; Plate 2, Geologic Map and Cross Sections (both Plates 1 & 2 at 1:1,000,000 scale for easy comparison); Plate 3, Legend for the Geologic Map (layed out as a state-wide stratigraphic correlation chart); Plate 4 includes two New York regional maps, a physiographic map and a tectonic map and two index maps of New York, one of routes of geological field guides and one of points of geological interest.
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    ISBN 10: 1-881262-00-6
    UPC: 7 42663 69501 7
    Size: 24x37 .. Folded: 4 1/8 x 9
    Scale: 1:1,000,000 .. 1 in. = appx. 16 miles
    Paper .. 2006 Edition

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