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publications. The maps and folios are sold by the Geological Survey, Wasliington 25.
D. C. Orders for other publications that are for sale should be sent to the Superintendent
of Documents, Washington 25, D. C.

Alaska. Copper bullion claims, Rua Cove, Knight Island, Alaska : by Karl Stef-
ansson and Robert M. Moxhain. 1&46. iii+85-92 p. il. 3 maps in pocket.
(Bulletin 947-E.) [Mineral resources of Alaska, 1943 and 1944. p. 85-92.]
* Paper, 10c. • Item 622. 1 10.3 : 947-E

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Alaska — Continued

Copper deposits of Kotsina-Kuskulana district, Alaska, by Ralph E. Van

Alstine and Robert F. Black; with introduction by Fred II. Moffit. 194G.
ii+121-141 p. il. 1 pi. and 1 pi. and map in pocket. (Bulletin 947-G.) [Min-
eral resources of Alaska, 1943 and 1944. p. 121-141.] * Paper, ir.c. •Item
622. 1 15>.3 : 947-G

Copper deposits of Nizina district, Alaska, by Don J. Miller ; with introduc-
tion by Fred II. Moffit. 1940. iii +93-120 p. il. 2 pi. and 2 maps in pocket.
(Bulletin 947-F.) [Mineral resources of Alaska, 1^3 and 1944, p. 93-120.]
♦ Paper, 15c. • Item 622 1 19.3 : &47-F

Geology and associated mineral deposits of some ultrabasic rock bodies



in soutlieastern Alaska ; by George C. Kennedy and Matt S. Walton, jr. 1946.
iii+aj-84 p. il. 4 maps in pocket. (Bulletin 947-D.) [Mineral resources of
Alaska, 1943 and 1944, p. 65-84.] * Paper, 10c. • Item G22 1 19.3 : 947-D

Molybdenite inYestigations in southeastern Alaska ; by W. S. Twenhofel,



G. D. Robinson, and H. R. Gault. 1946. iv+7-38 p. il. 4 pi. and 4 maps in
pocket. (Bulletin 947-B.) [Mineral resources of Alaska, 1943 and 1944,
p. 7-38.] * Paper, 45c. • Item G22 1 19.3: 947-B

• Nickel investigations in southeastern Alaska ; by George C. Kennedy and

Matt S. Walton, jr. 1946. iv+39-64 p. il. 8 pi. and 2 maps in pocket. (Bulle-
tin 947-C.) [Mineral resources of Alaska, 1943 and 1944, p. 39-64.] * Paper,
15c. • Item 622 1 19.3 : 947-0

Chromite deposits of North Elder Creek area, Tehama County, Calif. ; by G. A.
Rynearson. 1946. iv+191-210 p. il. 3 pi. and 3 maps in pocket. (Bulletin
94o-G.) [Strategic minerals investigations, 1944, p. 191-219.] * Paper, 45c.

• Item 622 1 19. 3 : 94u-G
Foraminifera. Upper Cretaceous Forminifera of Gulf coastal region of United

States and adjacent areas ; bv Josepli A. Cushman. 1946. iii+241 p. 66 p. of
pi. 4° (Professional paper 200.) * Paper, $1.00. • Item 626
L. C. card GS 46-125 1 1916 : 206

Oeochemistry. Contributions to geochemistry, 1942-45, short papers ; by R. C
W>l]s and others. 1946. vi+161 p. il. 3 pi. 2 p. of pi. (Bulletin 950.)

* Paper, 40c. • Item 622

L. C. card GS 46-128 1 19.3 : 950

Hawaii. Surface water supply of Hawaii, July 1, 1942-June 30, 1943; prepared
by Water Resources Brancli, Division of Surface Water. 1946. iv-|-134 p.
(Water-supply paper 985.) [Prepared in cooperation with Hawaii.] * Paper,
30c. • Item 627
L. C. card GS 17^66 1 19.13 : 985

Missouri River. Surface water supply of United States, 1944; pt. 6, Missouri
River basin ; prepared by Water Resources Branch, Division of Surface Water.
1946. viii+473 p. il. (Water-supply paper 1006.) [Prepared in cooperation
with Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, IMontana, Nebraska, North
Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, and other agencies.] * Paper, 75c.

• Item 627

L. C. card 46-40712 1 19.13 : 1006

UtaJi. Late ]\Iesozoic and early Cenozoic history of central Utah ; by Edmund M.
Spieker. 194G. iii-fll7-161-|-[3] p. il. 8 p. of pi. 4° (Profos.sional paper
205 -D.) [Includes title-page and contents to Shorter contributions to general
geology, 1943-45. Shorter contributions to general geology, 1943-45, p. 117-161.]

* Paper, 15c. • Item 626 1 19.16 : 205-D

Maps

Note. — The maps listed below are sold by the Geological Survey. Remittances for these
maps should be made by money order payable to the Director of the Geolosjical Survey,
Washington 25, D. C. Esoeiit as otherwise indicated, a discount of 40 percent is allowed
on an order for maps, or for maps and geologic folios, that amounts to .$5.00 at the retail
price. In ordering give the name and s^cale of each map and the State in which the area lies.

AlasJca, compiled from all authenic sources, chiefly maps of Geological Survey and
Army Air Forces ; Alaska map E. Scale 1 : 2.5()0,000, scale 1 in.=approvimately
40 m. n. p. edition of 1946. 33X47 in. t 50c. 1 19.25 : Al 1/21/946

Inset : Aleutian Islands.

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1172 Government Publications

California. Sketch map of Santa Ana Mountain clay region, Calif., strategic
minerals investigations, preliminary map 3-197 [with text] ; compiled by C. R.
StaulTer, June 1945. Scale 1 : 62,500, scale 1 m.=l in. n. n. [194(;i. [Size of
map is 43X31 in.] t 25c. 1 19.25 : MtJG/12/prelim.

Michigan. Geology of Crystal Falls-Alpha iron-bearing district, Iron County,
Mich., strategic minerals investifrations, preliminary map 3-181 [with text] ;
by F. J. Pettijohn. Scale 1 : 12,000, scale 1 in. = 12*000 ft. n. p. 1946. [Pre-
pared with cooperation of Geological Survey Division, Michican Department of
Conservation.] t50c. 1 19.25 : M 06/11/prelim.

Montana. Structure contour map of Montana Plains, showing present or re-
stored configuration of base of Colorado shale with respect to sea level; by
C. E. Dobbin and C. E. Erdraaun. Scale 1 in.=10 m. n. p. 1946. 28x44 in.
[Revision of map publisiied in 1932 and 1935.] t 25c. 1 19.25: M 70/946

New Mexico. Geologic maps of part of Las Vegas Basin and of foothills of Sangre
de Cristo Mountains, San ^liguel and Mora Counties, N. ^lex., oil and gas inves-
tigations, preliminary map 54 [with text] ; by S. A. Northrop, H. H. Sullwold, jr.,
A. J. MacAlpin, and C. P. Rogers, jr. n. p. 1946. 39X-12 in. t i:Oc.

I 10.25 : Oi5/5/prelim. map 54

— — Stratigraphic relations of Eocene, Paleocene, and latest Cretaceous forma-
tions of eastern side of San Juan Basin, N. Mex. ; oil and gas investigations,
preliminary chart 24 [with text] by C. H. Dane. n. p. 1946. 26x39 in.
[Drafted by Lois R. Carberry.] f 35c. 1 19.25 : Oi.5/6/prelim.chart 24

Wyoming. Geologic map of southern part of Wind River basin and adjacent
areas in central Wyoming, geology by C. J. Hares, as.^^isted by M. W. Ball,
Stuart St. Clair. J. B. Reeside, jr., K. C. Heald, and A. C. Collins; oil and gas
investigations, preliminary map 60. Scale 5m.=2.5 in. n. p. 1946. 25x31 in.
[Mapped by plane table surveys in 1913-14.] t 30c.

1 19.25 : Oi 5/5/prelim.map 60

Yosemite National Park. Map of Yosemlte Valley, Yosemite National Park,
Calif., Mariposa County, topography by F. E. Matthes, surveyed in 190.V06 in
cooperation with California, partial revision in 1934. Scale 1:24,000 or 1
in. =2,000 ft., contour interval .50 ft. n. p. edition of 1938, relief sliading
added 1&46. 15x35 in. [Text on reverse.] t 25c. 119.25: Y 8

Topographic quadrangle maps

Note. — The Geological Survey makes contoured i^iaps — three-flimension topographic
maps — which are designed eventually to cover the whole United States, also Alaska,
Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. The individual maps are projected to represent (luadrangle
areas rather than political divisions, and each map is designated by the name of some
prominent town or natural feature within that area. The scales most commonly used
are \ : 24.000 (1 inch=-2.000 feet), 1 : .31.680 (1 inch = % mile), 1 : 62.500 (1 inch=^about
1 mile), and 1 : 125.000 (1 inch = about 2 miles). A general description of topographic
maps and a list of the symbols used are printed on the reverse of paletely mapped. Maps of the regular size are sold by the Geological
Survey at 10c. each. Except as otherwise indicated, a discount of 40 percent is allowed
on an order for maps, or for maps and geologic folios, that amounts to $5.00 at the retail
price. In ordering, give the name and scale of each map and the State in which the
area lies.

Connecticut. Bristol quadrangle, lat. 41''37'30"-41°45', long. 72°.52'30"-73''.

Scale 1 : 31,680. contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1946. 17x13 in. t 10c.

1 19.12 : 6 B 776/946
/dfl/io-Washington, Limekiln Rapids quadrangle, lat. 46°-46°15', long. 116°45'-

117°. Scale 1:62.500, contour interval 50 ft. n. p. edition of 1946. 17x12 in.

[Map covers only a portion of the sheet.] t 10c. 1 19.12 : 11 L 629/946

Kenturkihln6\nna, New Amsterdam quadrangle, lat. 38 "-38° 07 '.30", long. S6°15'-
8n°22'30". Scale 1:24.000, contour interval 10 ft. n. p. edition of 1946.
23X18 in. [IMap covers only a portion, of the sheet.] t 10c.

1 19.12 : 17 N 42a/946

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