Geological Survey research, 1975

Professional Paper 975



'Geological Survey Research 1975 ' is the 16th annual synopsis of the results of U.S. Geological Survey investigations. These studies are largely directed toward the development of knowledge that will assist the Nation to use and conserve the land and its physical resources wisely. They are wide ranging in scope and deal with almost every facet of solid-earth science and fact finding. Many of the studies are continuations of investigations that have been in progress for several years. But others reflect the increased attention being given to problems that have assumed greater importance in recent years--problems relating to mineral fuels and mineral resources, water quality, environmental impact of mineral resources, land-use analysis, earthquake hazards reduction, subsidence, and the applications of LANDSAT data, to cite a few examples. 

Publication type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Title Geological Survey research, 1975
Series title Professional Paper
Series number 975
DOI 10.3133/pp975
Year Published 1975
Language English
Publisher U.S. Geological Survey
Description ix, 373 p.
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