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HYDROLOGIC UNIT MAP 1974 STATE OF WISCONSIN , PREPARED IN COOPERATION WITH THE U.S. WATER RESOURCES COUNC
Map showing Precambrian geology of the Menominee iron-bearing district and vicinity, Michigan and Wisconsin
Bedrock geologic map of the Iron River 1 degree by 2 degrees Quadrangle, Michigan and Wisconsin
Chromium distribution in B-horizon soils, Iron River 1 degree by 2 degrees Quadrangle, Michigan and Wisconsin
Silver distribution in B-horizon soils, Iron River 1 degree by 2 degrees Quadrangle
Quaternary geologic map of the Lake Superior 4 degrees x 6 degrees quadrangle, United States and Canada
Geologic map of Precambrian rocks of Rice Lake 1 degree by 2 degrees Quadrangle, northern Wisconsin
Physiography and sediment distribution of Indiana Shoals, southern Lake Michigan
Bedrock geologic map of the Ashland and the northern part of the Ironwood 30- x 60-minute quadrangles, Wisconsin and Michigan
Temporal variability of shoreline positions and coastal wetlands along lower Green Bay, Oconto and Brown counties, Wisconsin
Shoreline and coastal wetland variability along the west shore of Green Bay, Marinette and Oconto counties, Wisconsin
CLAYTON, IA-WI HISTORICAL MAP GEOPDF 7.5X7.5 GRID 24000-SCALE 1962
GUTTENBERG, IA-WI HISTORICAL MAP GEOPDF 7.5X7.5 GRID 24000-SCALE 1962
TURKEY RIVER, IA-WI HISTORICAL MAP GEOPDF 7.5X7.5 GRID 24000-SCALE 1957
DECORAH, IA-WI HISTORICAL MAP GEOPDF 30X60 GRID 100000-SCALE 1985