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Plates 1-15: National Uranium Resource Evaluation: Bozeman Quadrangle, Montana

Description: Supplementary maps documenting data from the Bozeman Quadrangle. From text: "The Bozeman Quadrangle is south-central Montana was evaluated for geologic environments capable of containing uranium deposits to a depth of 1500 m (5,000 ft.). Most rock types and geographic areas were investigated by surface traverse, and hydrgeochemical data were collected from available well sites."
Date: August 1982
Creator: Lange, Ian M.; Fields, Robert W.; Fountain, David M.; Moore, Johnnie N.; Qamar, Anthony I.; Silverman, A. J. et al.
Location: None
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NURE Aerial Gamma Ray and Magnetic Detail Survey of Portions of Northeast Washington, Final Report: Volume 2A. Mt. Leona-Nancy Creek, Washington Area

Description: Volume 2-A of reports that follow the study of rotary wing detailed high sensitivity radiometric and magnetic survey in portions of northeast Washington state. This volume presents the stacked profile data acquired over Mt. Leona-Nancy Creek, Washington.
Date: July 1981
Creator: Carson Helicopters, Inc.
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Re-entry Flight Demonstration Number One (RFD-1): Atmospheric Sciences Support

Description: Abstract: Data from the atmospheric sciences support systems for RFD-1 on May 22, 1963, at Bermuda Island, are presented. These data were taken for purposes of later analysis of the ballistic performance of the re-entry vehicle and of the heat transfer mechanisms within it, and for studies of the motion of ablated particles in the atmosphere.
Date: October 1964
Creator: Coonce, C. A.
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Radiologic Hazards Predicted for a Given Height Burst of an Atomic Bomb

Description: Abstract: An appraisal is made of the radiologic hazard created by a 1000-ft. high air burst of a nominal sized nuclear bomb. Three sets of graphs are included which show the relations between dose rate (milliroentgens per hour), time post-shot, and distance from Ground Zero for a soil having given constituents. Estimates are given for fall-out activity (gamma) for distances up to about 200 miles from Ground Zero immediately after fall-out. It is pointed out that the radiologic hazard due to fall-out in the example cited is insignificant; further, that the radiologic hazard from similar nuclear bombs bursting at different heights above the ground will vary to a considerable extent.
Date: April 6, 1951
Creator: Perry, Charles H.

Plate 8. Eagle and Charley River Area: Sample Locations and Generalized Geology

Description: From addendum: Two types of analyses for uranium in the stream-sediment samples are presented. One split of the stream-sediment samples was sent to Resource Associates of Alaska's laboratory, where they were analyzed for U by the fluormetric method after acid extraction. This is the method employed for U by most laboratories. The completeness of uranium extraction unavoidably varies with the particular type of uranium-bearing minerals present and possibly with the amount of iron, manganese, and carbonaceous material present, which can interfere with the extraction. Analyses by the method are shown in the text and appendix columns with the designation "RAA."
Date: 1976
Creator: Eakins, Gilbert R.; Carver, C. L.; Klein, R. M. & Dobey, P. L.
Location: None

Plates 1-12: Final Report: Geological, Geophysical, Chemical, and Hydrological Investigations of the Sand Springs Range, Fairview Valley, and Fourmile Flat, Churchill County, Nevada

Description: Plates documenting results of some tests performed during the site evaluation of the Sand Springs Range including aerial photography, various types of mapping and surveying of the physical and hydrological aspects of the location, and other supplementary materials.
Date: April 26, 1965
Creator: Nevada. Bureau of Mines.

Figure 2.3: ARMS-II Computer-program and Data-processing Monitor

Description: Flowchart outlining the event sequencing in the "MAIN" program (primary body of operational instructions which accepts data, routines data to sequential manipulations, prints data, etc.) within the Aerial Radiological Monitoring Survey (ARMS-II) system. The ARMS-II system is used "to perform aerial surveys of ground radioactivity. It supplies both geographical position and radioactivity data in digital form, suitable for use with automatic plotting procedures" (p. 5, report)
Date: October 1961
Creator: Hand, J. E. & Borella, H. M.

Bouguer Gravity Anomaly Map

Description: Bouguer gravity anomaly map derived from the data set and accompanying the report to document the data sources and the procedures used in the reduction of the data.
Date: October 1980
Creator: Keller, G. Randy; Russell, D. R.; Hinze, William J.; Reed, J. E. & Geraci, Philip J.
Location: None
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