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NOAA's Historic Coast & Geodetic Survey (C&GS) Collection
Catalog of Images

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Unidentified area of rugged bottom
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Fathogram example of rugged bottom area
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A triangulation station and signal on the Alaska Coast. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Measuring angles with theodolite at triangulation station on Alaska Coast. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Topographic survey party at work with plane table on the Pribilof Islands. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Hydrographic party sounding with launch in Baltimore Harbor. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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The Lucas Automatic Sounding Machine for depths to 5000 fathoms, with engine. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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The Sigsbee Sounding Machine on a surveying vessel. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Wiredrag diagram - Dragging for dangers with a long wire. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Engraving a chart on a copper plate. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Engraving soundings on a copper plate with a machine. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Electrotyping plant for electrotyping chart plates. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Printing charts from copper plates; final cleaning of the plate by hand; plate press on left. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons,
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Lithographing presses for printing charts; lithograph stone on transfer press. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Field's protractor and parallel ruler in use on a chart, plotting bearing of a lighthouse. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons,
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Three-arm protractor in use on a chart, plotting position from two angles. In: Putnam, G.R. 1908. Nautical Charts. J. Wiley and Sons, New York.
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Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Predicting Machine No. 2. Dial case and front component section.
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British Association Tide Predicting Machine.
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Unidentified component of tide predicting machine.
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Unidentified component of tide predicting machine.
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Roberts Universal Tide Predictor.
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Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Predicting Machine No. 2. Time side.
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Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Predicting Machine No. 2. Forward driving shaft, Rear component section.
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Roberts or India Office Tide Predicting Machine.
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Dial case of Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Predicting Machine No. 2.
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Ferrel Tide prediction machine. Tide Predicting Machine No. 1 of the Coast and Geodetic Survey.
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Main driving gears and automatic stopping devices of Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Predictng Machine No. 2.
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Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Prediction Machine No. 2. Front component section - vertical driving shaft.
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Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Prediction Machine No. 2. Dial case and height side.
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A Kelvin Tide Predicting Machine ca. 1926. This particular model was used by Japan, Portugal, and the Tidal Institute of Glasgow.
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Back end of Coast and Geodetic Survey Tide Prediction Machine No. 2.
Washington, D.C.
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A heliotroper at Mount Margaret triangulation station just north of Spirit Lake.
Washington, Mount Margaret
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Illustrating conducting surveys of the oyster grounds of Maryland.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay
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Illustrating conducting surveys of the oyster grounds of Maryland.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay
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Maryland State Shellfish surveys from the INVESTIGATOR.
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Tide station transmitter for communicating with satellite
Alaska, Icy Bay
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Tide station transmitter for communicating with satellite
Alaska, Icy Bay
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Tide station transmitter for communicating with satellite
Alaska, Icy Bay
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Tide station transmitter for communicating with satellite
Alaska, Icy Bay
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Tide station transmitter for communicating with satellite
Alaska, Icy Bay
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Monitoring tide installation
Alaska, Icy Bay
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3-D view of portion of Portland Harbor showing soundings overlayed over colored depth ranges.
Maine, Portland
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Unidentified 3-D view of bottom which includes rock outcrops and sandwaves
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Sidescan sonar imagery overlaying 3-D view of bottom generated by multi-beam sonar. Grey-scale 3-D image enhances feeling of looking at aerial photograph of rock outcrops.
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Colored 3-D image of Bowie Seamount in the Gulf of Alaska with overlayed depths.
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Grey-scale 3-D image of Bowie Seamount derived from multi-beam sounding data.
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Graphic illustrating the density of sounding data obtained with leadline sounding technology.
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Graphic illustrating the density of sounding data obtained with single-beam acoustic sounding technology.
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Graphic illustrating the density of sounding data obtained with multi-beam acoustic sounding technology obtaining 100% bottom coverage.
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Graphic illustrating bottom coverage obtained with both multi-beam sounding data and sidescan sonar data. These datasets can be combined in many ways to derive much information concerning the nature of the seafloor.

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