Aerial view of presidential memorial complex. "*GPO:2010--357-940/80463 Reprint 2005." Title from panel. Oriented with north toward the lower right. Includes text and ill. (some col.). Text and col. ill. on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. DCP
System requirements for Windows: Intel Pentium processor; 64 MB of RAM; Microsoft Windows 95 OSR 2.0, Windows 98 SE, Windows Millennium, Windows NT 4.0 with Service Pack 5, or Windows 2000; Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 (included on disc); color monitor with 256 colors display (16.7 million colors recommended); CD-ROM drive. System requirements for Macintosh: PowerPC processor; 64 MB of RAM; Mac OS software version ...
Title from disc label. System requirements: UNIX or Linux workstation, MacIntosh or IBM-compatible PC; CD-ROM drive; and 256 colors display monitor. Includes location map. Also available via Internet from the USGS web site. Address as of 8/22/07: http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/2006/236/; current access via PURL. Includes bibliographical references.
Satellite remote-sensing map with unidentified white grid lines. Covers central districts bounded by Theodore Roosevelt Island and The Pentagon (at west), U Street N.W.-N.E. (at north), 33rd Street N.E.-S.E. (at east), and Buzzard Point (at south). "Aerial photography acquired 7 April 2002." Capitol complex and White House shown in altered (generalized) imagery. Includes ancillary remote-sensing map of identical image at scale ca. 1:21,000 with ...
Contributor:National Geospatial Technical Operations Center (U.S.)
Maps of 7 floors of the 2 museum buildings and of the museum sculpture garden. Title from panel. Includes text, color-key to museum collections, index of sculptures in the garden, and museum building cross-section. Text, notes, location map (The Mall), historical time-line, and illustrations (most in color) on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. DCP
"803121AI (R02207) 3-05." Shows territorial claims and year-round research stations. Oriented with Greenwich meridian at the top. Includes notes and inset of Antarctic Peninsula. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Contributor:United States. Central Intelligence Agency
On accompaning NOAA exhibit identification sign: Aerial photograph of the World Trade Center, taken by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on September 23, 2001, from an altitude of 3,300 feet, showing the devastation and the ongoing recovery effort. Vertical col. glossy photograph from aircraft graduating to oblique in all directions. Also covers surrounding undamaged districts. Title from accompanying exhibit identification sign. Oriented with north ...
Contributor:United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
"*GPO: 2010--357-940/80388. Reprint 2010." Title from panel. Includes text and col. ill. Text, 2 military troop movement maps, and ill. (some col.) on verso. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
System requirements: IBM-compatible PC; Windows; CD-ROM drive. Relief shown by shading. Title from disc label. "April 2008." "Source: DAR Aquatic Surveys Database version 2.6." Continuously updated version also available via World Wide Web.
Presents two types of earthquake hazard maps for every county in the state: liquefaction susceptibility maps, which outline areas where water-saturated sandy soil loses strength during earthquake shaking, and NEHRP (National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program) site class maps, which outline areas where soils amplify ground shaking. They include the results of more than 90 shear-wave velocity surveys and evaluation of geotechnical boring and water ...
Contributor:Washington (State). Division of Geology and Earth Resources