The gravity data used to make this map were collected between 1959 and 1984. The data were collected by automobile, aircraft, and watercraft. Most of the data were collected as part of a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) regional gravity data collection project. Some of the data were collected as part of other USGS local projects. One data set was collected by the NGS (National Geodetic Survey). This map ranges from 65° to 68° N latitude and 141° to 152° W longitude. The names of the 12 1:250,000-scale U.S. Geological Survey quadrangle maps that make up this map are labeled on the map. The western edge of the map is 1 degree of longitude east of the edge of the three most western quadrangles.
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|of02-322.eps.gz||Encapsulated Postscript (EPS) version (compressed using Gzip) of the map sheet for printing on a large-format plotter; size: 39 x 51 inches||2.5 MB
|metadata.txt||FGDC-compliant metadata for the map database||7 KB|
|Data tables (in Microsoft Word format)|
|table1.doc||Table 1. Principal facts of gravity stations||523 KB|
|table2.doc||Table 2. Data set information||76 KB|
|table3.doc||Table 3. Explanation of data||293 KB|
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