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Appendix B: Sources of Illustrations and Tables

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This Appendix records the sources of all space images, aerial photographs, ground and aerial views of landscapes and outcrops, line drawings, and other illustrations. Tables from publications are acknowledged below each one. The purpose of this listing is two-fold: (1) to give proper acknowledgment and thanks to all contributors, and (2) to provide adequate information to any reader wishing to contact the source individual or organization to seek a copy of the illustration or additional facts about it.

Because of the large number of illustrations appearing in Geomorphology from Space, the method of acknowledgment is, of necessity, concise and uses abbreviations wherever expedient. The overall scheme of this system is divided into three parts: (1) a list of the source of each illustration or table, arranged by chapter, with those in the gallery chapters (2 through 10) given in two parts-a group found in the introductory section of a chapter and then those used in each Plate; (2) a list of addresses for each source, organized alphabetically by the name of the individual contributor or by the organization providing the illustration; and (3) special lists of: (a) Guest Caption Writers, (b) University of Maryland students who supplied background information for Plates in the Tectonic Landforms chapter, and (c) required copyright statements.

More than 95 percent of all illustrations found in this book have been adequately registered by source and identifying numbers where appropriate. A few remain completely unidentified (referred to as source or ID unknown) or poorly documented. For these latter and some other illustrations, full accreditation has proved to be quite difficult because of insufficient supporting information from the contributors (e.g., a few individuals who supplied 35-mm slides failed to label them or even orient them appropriately). To those receiving incomplete (or possibly incorrect) credit, we offer sincere regrets, but ask their indulgence in view of the tremendous task involved in keeping track of the more than 2000 photographs and space imagery considered for the book.

Guidelines for interpreting the source listings are as follows:

  1. All non-Plate illustrations are recorded by a pair of numbers: the chapter number-figure number (e.g., 6-4).
  2. All Plate illustrations (excluding the index maps, which were prepared by Malcolm Tarlton and others at the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)) are listed by letter-number, using the scheme described on page xiv. The ID for the Plate image itself (first in each entry) is set in boldface type.
  3. Most of the space imagery is recorded by a number and/or other descriptive information. By learning the identifying numbers of word descriptors for each system, the reader can readily recognize which system is involved; to wit, descriptors for nearly every system source encountered in the list:

     

    1. Landsat MSS imagery (for Landsats 1, 2, and 3) is normally identified by a numerical sequence such as:
      1347-07902-7 (Landsat 1)
      2238-16433-5 (Landsat 2)
      30148-22195-4 (Landsat 3)

      A fifth digit in the first number set is inserted after the initial digit by some suppliers of Landsat 1 and 2 images (e.g., Earth Satellite Corporation; certain international receiving stations). The final digit -4 (5, 6, or 7) refers to the specific Multispectral Scanner (MSS) band for a black-and-white image. The notation "(C)" at the end of the sequence refers to a color composite. (AC used with mosaics or other types of illustrations indicates a color version.)

    2. Landsat-3 Return-Beam Vidicon (RBV) image IDs can be readily recognized by the replacement of the final digit by A, B, C, or D, which specifies the quadrant of an equivalent MSS frame (e.g., 30133-15321-B).
    3. Landsat IDs with the left set of 5 numbers beginning with either 4 or 5 (e.g., 40322-) are associated with the Thematic Mapper (TM) sensor on either Landsat 4 or 5; no MSS images from these spacecraft are included in this book.
    4. Landsat mosaics consisting of only two images normally will have the pair identified as above; if more than two images are used, none will be identified.
    5. An ID numerical sequence given as Oxxx-xxxxx-x is reserved for Heat Capacity Mapping Mission (HCMM) imagery. The last digit (-x) will be 1, 2, or 3, depending on whether it is a Day Visible (l), Day Thermal IR (2), or Night Thermal IR (3) scene. 
    6. Images identified by "LFC" and up to 4 digits refer to photographs taken with the Large Format Camera on STS-xx.
    7. The nomenclature "SAR Rev" followed by a number indicates an image acquired by the Synthetic Aperture Radar on the Seasat mission; "Rev" stands for revolution.
    8. The nomenclature "SIR-A Data Take" plus number refers to the Shuttle Imaging Radar system on the STS-2 mission (November 1981).
    9. Some photographs taken with handheld cameras by astronauts during Space Shuttle missions are identified with a letter-number sequence (e.g., S-9-3223 (the 9th STS flight)); some later STS flights use a different identifying system based on a combination of launch-pad number and particular mission in a given year. Several photographs received from the Johnson Space Center were not fully identified.
    10. The identifier "NOAA" and additional letters/numbers normally is associated with meteorological satellites operated by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, Satellite Data Services Division, Washington, D.C. 20233.
    11. Some Gemini and Apollo photographs contributed by Paul Lowman and others at GSFC had proper IDs, as evident from their entries. However, several lacked such IDs, and no convenient means to track them were available.
    12. Most images of planetary bodies in Chapter 10 were obtained from photograph files at the News and Information Branch, Public Affairs Division, NASA Headquarters. These are identified by a description such as 81-H-432 (first number = year; H = Headquarters; second number = picture number). Some images were acquired from NSSDC or JPL; see guideline 10.

       

  4. Wherever appropriate (and available), the date on which an image/photo was taken is added after stating the photographer or the spacecraft system ID (e.g., 1234-16302-7: 6/26/73).
  5. For illustrations copied directly from a book or a periodical, the author(s) (or in several instances, the book title), followed by the date of publication identifies the source. The full identification of that source appears in the references at the end of the appropriate chapter. In many instances, the illustration is copyrighted. The symbol © is then added to the entry; see Part 3 for any additional copyright statements.
  6. For most illustrations submitted by individuals, the identification consists of listing only the contributor's name. Complete addresses of contributors are given in Part 2 of this appendix. Some individuals have coded their photographs by a number or some other descriptor. A few have provided numbered illustrations on a commercial basis. 
  7. Some photographs were purchased for the book from the Photo Library of the U.S. Geological Survey in Denver. These can be recognized by the following combination: Name of the photographer (commonly a well-known geoscientist), a number, and "USGS-PL." 
  8. A similar situation exists for two other sources-the National Park Service (NPS) and the National Geographic Society (NGS)-except that no charges were made for the contributions. These are credited by listing the name of the photographer(s) followed by NPS or NGS. Check Part 2 for addresses of the organizations.
  9. Whenever possible, aerial photographs are identified by both source and specific flight, roll, and frame numbers. One group of aerial photographs comes from a collection available from the U.S. Geological Survey; this group is indicated by the descriptor "USGS-APA," where APA stands for Aerial Photograph Atlas (see USGS publications Professional Papers 590 and 591).
  10. In addition to the many individuals and organizations named in Part 1 as sources (with addresses in Part 2), a number of organizations have served as sources frequently enough to be identified in Part 1 by a series of letters as initials. There is one exception: if, at the end of each entry for Landsat or HCMM images, no source is given in this manner, that source is the Landsat Image Processing Facility at GSFC. The other common sources, identified by initials (with addresses in Part 2), are:

     

    CCRS  =  Canadian Center for Remote Sensing (Canada)
    CSIRO  =  Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organization (Australia)
    EDC  =  EROS Data Center
    ESC  =  Earth Satellite Corporation
    IPF  =  Image Processing Facility (USGS Flagstaff)
    JPL  =  Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    JSC  =  Johnson Space Center
    LRC  =  Langley Research Center
    NAPL  =  National Air Photo Library (Canada)
    NGS  =  National Geographic Society
    NPS  =  National Park Service
    NOAA  =  National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Admin.
    NSSDC  =  National Space Science Data Center (GSFC)
    USGS  =  U.S. Geological Survey, at the following locations: Denver, Colorado; Flagstaff, Arizona; Menlo Park, California; Reston-National Center, Virginia.

 

PART 1
SOURCES

 

Chapter 1: Introduction

1-1: Carey, 1962, ©; 1-2: V. Baker; 1-3: V. Baker; 1-4; 1285-17445, 5/4/73; 1-5: F. Sabins, 1983, ©; 1-6: V. Baker; 1-7: 50116-08031-4

I-1: Ls mosaic, ESC; I-1.1: J. Shelton; I-l.2: S. W. Lohman, 655, USGS-PL; I-1.3: D. Carroll, 10, USGS-PL; I-1.4: J. S. Bradley

I-2: 10171-06530 (C), 1/10/73, ESC; I-2.1, H. Blodget

I-3: USGS Flagstaff/JPL; I-3.1: C. Elachi, JPL; I-3.2: SIR-A Data Take; I-3.3: C. Elachi, JPL

I-4: 1373-00364(C), 7/31/73; I-4.1, I-4.2, I-4.4, I-4.5, I-4.6: V. Baker; I-4.2:

 

Chapter 2: Tectonic Landforms

2-1: P. D. Lowman, Jr.; 2-2: Tapponnier and Molnar, 1975, ©

T-1: National Geographic Society; T-1.1: E. Paylor, JPL

T-2: Mosaic, U.S. Soil Conservation Service; T-2.1: J. R. Balsey, 28, USGS-PL; T-2.2: Aero Service; T-2.3: 0546-20060-1 ; T-2.4: Apollo 9-21-3263, JSC

T-3: 40145-18084(C), 12/8/82, ESC; T-3.1: USGS-PIO 68-49f; T-3.2: J. Shelton, 5247; T-3.3: STS-17; T-3.4: J. Everett

T-4: Mosaic, USGS Flagstaff IPF; T-4.1: J. Shelton, 3851; T-4.2: J. Shelton, 682

T-5: 40012-17495(C), 11/12/82; T-5.1: Skylab; T-5.2: 50114-17501(C), 6/23/84; T-5.3: C. B. Hunt, 917, USGS-PL; T-5.4: USGS APA Calif 24B

T-6: 0528-19310-1, 10/6/1979; T-6.1: 0171-20260-1, 10/14/78; T-6.2: 5239-17083-5, 12/14/75; T-6.3: T. S. Lovering, 5a, USGS-PL; T-6.4: T. S. Lovering, 6a, USGS-PL

T-7: 1068-17364(C), 9/29/72, ESC; T-7.1: J. Shelton, 1561; T-7.2: 2693-17073-6, 12/15/76, EDC; T-7.3: LFC 2041, 10/6/78

T-8: Mosaic, ESC; T-8.1: 1408-17294(C), ESC; T-8.2: J. R. Balsey, 3 USGS-PL; T-8.3: 20885-17101-7, 8/29/76, ESC; T-8.4: J. Shelton, 1972

T-9: 036-10540-3, 6/1/78; T-9.1: Monger et al., 1982, ©; T-9.2: A. Dunn; T-9.3: 2182-18183-7, 7/23/75; T-9.4: BC 762:108, British Columbia Air Photo Library

T-10: Mosaic, Soil Conservation Service: T-10.1: 1103-20513-7, 11/3/72; T-10.2: 1103-20504-7, 11/3/72; T-10.3: K. Dean; T-10.4: M. Meier, 2, USGS-PL

T-11: 0570-17380-1, 11/17/79 (map from Hatcher and Viele, 1982), ©; T-11.1: 0153-18160-2, 9/26/78; T-11.2: 21401-5, 2/11/79, EDC; T-11.3; 40102-15062-5, 10/26/82; T-11.4: 40114-15333-4, 11/7/82; T-11.5: Landsat, ID unknown

T-12: 50202-1 5222(C), 9/19/84, ESC; T-12.1: SAR Rev 759, 8/19/78, JPL; T-12.2: J. Hornsby; T-12.3: J. Shelton, 40E

T-13: Ls mosaic 185815300-7 and 1858-15303-7, 11/28/74; T-13.1: SAR Rev 407, 5/15/80, JPL; T-13.2: R. Frear, NPS

T-14: 1146-16300-7, 12/16/72, ESC; T-14.1: H. C. Macdonald; T-14.2: SAR Rev 795, 8/21/78

T-15: 1443-15322-7, 10/18/73; T-15.1 and T-15.2: Lowman et al., 1986; T-15.3: N. M. Short; T-15.4: 40100-15182-5, 10/4/82

T-16: 1438-15013-6, 10/4/73, CCRS; T-16.1: 40184-14522-4, 1/16/83; T-16.2: A11503-97, NAPL (Can.); T-16.3: T 185-R-35, NAPL (Can.); T-16.4: ID unknown

T-17: 1206-18381-7, 2/14/73; T-17.1: Lowman et al., 1986; T-17.2: T 481-L-19, NAPL (Can.); T-17.3: A5120-105R, Canadian Royal Air Force; T-17.4: 10436-18132-7, CCRS

T-18: 20943-18161-7, 8/22/77, ESC; T-18.1: T420L-22, NAPL (Can.); T-18.2: 420 R-16, NAPL (Can.); T-18.3: A16203-115, NAPL (Can.)

T-19: 1508-16410-6, 12/13/73; T-19.1: Zona 77A-1834, 20 F 7, L. M. Mitre-Salazar; T-19.2: J. Shelton, 6011; T-19.3: Zona 85A 1353 15 F 31, L. M. Mitre-Salazar

T-20: Ls mosaic, ESC; T-20.1: 21447-13371-7, 1/8/79, ESC; T-20.2: S. J. Prucha

T-21: Ls mosaic, R. Allenby;; T-21.1: 2130-13412-6, 6/1/75;; T-21.2: 20148-13421-7, 6/18/75; T-21.3: Apollo 7 AS-7-7-1826, JSC; T-21.4: 1244-14065-7, 3/14/73, ESC

T-22: 2194-14351-6, 8/4/75; T-22.1: H. Garner; T-22.2: W. Zeil; T-22.3; R. Allenby; T-22.4: 20382-13442-7, 2/8/76, ESC

T-23: 1233-10564-7, 3/13/73; T-23.1: E. Kristoff, NGS; T-23.2: P. D. Lowman, Jr.; T-23.3: SAR Rev 719, 8/16/78, JPL

T-24: Ls mosaic, H. R. Hopkins; T-24.1: J. Ballais; T-24.2: 1147-08163-7, 12/17/72; T-24.3: 1327-06312-7, 6/1 5/73

T-25: Ls mosaic, Westerman Sat Map, ©; (courtesy L. Beckel) (accompanying map from Spencer, 1977, ©); T-25.1: C. Embleton; T-25.2: C. Burchfiel; T-25.3: Swissair 20643; T-25.4: L. Beckel; T-25.5: 50155-09272-6, 8/8/84; T-25.6: L. Beckel

T-26: 1078-09555-7, 10/9/72; T-26.1: M. E. Perret, 94-35; T-26.2: aerial photo 3327-3328 (source unknown); T-26.3: M. E. Perret; T-26.4: 1078-09553-5, 10/9/72

T-27: 1102-08491-7, 11/2/72; T-27.1: C. Burchfiel; T-27.2: L. Faugeres; T-27.3: C. Burchfiel

T-28: 2922-06040-7, 8/1 /77; T-28.1: 1389-06515-7, 8/16/73; T-28.2: Sovfoto-Eastfoto, ©: T- 28.3: 2084-07161-7, 4/16/75

T-29: 1221-02505-6, 3/1/73; T-29.1: 1365-02500-7, 7/23/73; T-29.2: D. Conger, NGS; T-29.3: 1244-01374-7, 3/24/73; T-29.4: 30961-2311 l-B, 10/21/80

T-30: Ls subscene 10103-10413V(C), 11/3/72, ESC; T-30.1:0230-13520-1, 12/18/78; T-30.2: L. Bogart; T-30.3: R. Snead; T-30.4: 10551-10253-7, 1/25/74, ESC; T-30.5; 1115-10060-7, 11/15/72

T-31: STS-17, JSC; T-31.1 2369-10291-5, 11/20/80; T-31.2: C. Monod; T-31.3: Monod and Pomerol, 1973, ©

T-32: 1382-08205(C), 8/9/73; T-32.1: R. Snead; T-32.2: C. Twidale; T-32.3: J. Manning; T- 32.4: 50086-07463-4, 6/16/84

T-33: 10230-07370(C), 3/10/73, ESC; T-33.1: 365, Geol. Surv. S. Africa; T-33.2: C. Twidale; T-33.3: 278, Geol. Surv. S. Africa; T-33.4: 2151-07074-7, 6/22/75

T-34: 10103-07291-7, 11/7/72, ESC; T-34.1: 1390-07214-5, 8/17/73; T-34.2: Stagman, 1978, ©; T-34.3: 10049-07272-7, 9/10/72, ESC

T-35: Ls mosaic, W. Smith; T-35.1: G. McCall; T-35.2: E. Kristoff, NGS; T-35.3: W. Moore, NGS

T-36: Ls mosaic, NASA/General Electric; T-36.1: 50044-07003-4, 4/14/84; T-36.2: E. Kristoff, NGS; T-36.3: H. Tazieff (H. Garner, 1974, ©); T-36.4: 50044-07003-4, 4/14/84

T-37: Apollo 7 7-5-1623, JSC; T-37.1: 1090-07433-7, 10/21 /72, USGS-Flagstaff IPF; T-37.2: F. Bender, 3, USGS-PL; T-37.3: R. Snead; T-37.4; F. Bender, 9, USGS-PL

T-38: Ls mosaic, ESC; T-38.1: Apollo-Soyuz AST-9-564

T-39: Ls mosaic, ESC; T-39.1: Sengor and Yilmaz, 1981, ©; T-39.2: Earthquake Information Bull. 225, USGS-PL; T-39.3: 2248-07247-7, 9/27/75 and 2229-07214-7, 9/8/75

T-40: Ls mosaic, ERIM, prepared for USGS-Reston; T-40.1: W. Greenwood; T-40.2: H. Blodget

T-41: 10127-06080(C), 11/27/72, ESC; T-41.1 and T-41.2: D. Rothery; T-41.3: LFC 223, 10/6/84

T-42: Ls mosaic, ESC; T-42.1: 10220-06241(C), 2/28/73, ESC; T-42.2: Gemini, ID unknown; T-42.3: USGS APA Iran-7-B; T-42.4, T-42.5, and T-42.6: T. Oberlander and Hunting Surveys, Inc., ©; T-42.7: J. T. Daniels; T-42.8: 30945-06213-D, 10/5/78; T-42.9: 20549-06534-7, 7/24/76

T-43: Ls mosaic, R. Lawrence/R. O. Rogers, Oregon St. Univ.; T-43.1: STS-17; T-43.2: 30554- 05193-7, 9/9/79; T-43.3: 20838-05065-7, 5/9/77, ESC; T-43.4, T-43.5, T-43.6, and T-43.7: R. Lawrence

T-44: 30212-05203(C), 10/3/78; ESC; T-43.1: SIR-A Data Take 35-36, 11/14/81; T-43.2: K. DeJong; T-43.3: 30283-05151-7, 12/13/78; ESC

T-45: 30283-05144(C), 12/13/78, ESC; T-45.1 and T-45.2: K. DeJong

T-46: 20691-04550(C), 12/13/76, ESC; T-46.1, T-46.2, and T-46.3: K. DeJong

T-47: 2719-04125-6, 1/10/77; T-47.1, T-47.2, and T-47.3: S. Drury; T-47.4: 1107-04133-5, 11/7/72

T-48: STS-17, S7-120-022; T-48.1: LFC 534; T-48.2: LFC 173; T-48.3: Chi and Ren, 1980; T-48.4: 1216-0413307, 2/24/73, T-48.5: C. Burchfiel; T-48.6: Chi and Ren, 1980; T-48.7: LFC 503; T-48.8: STS, Mission ID unknown; T-48.9: 20711-03245(C)

T-49: 1206-05000-7, 2/14/73; T-49.1: SIR-A Data Take 28, 11/14/81; T-49.2: Chi and Ren, 1980; T-49.3: 2746-04565-7, 2/6/77; T-49.4: V. Trifonov

T-50: LFC 168, 10/6/84; T-50.1: 1074-04253, 10/5/72; T-50.2; 1128-04250-6, 11/28/72; T-50.3: 1482-03493-7, 11/17/73; T-50.4: Chi and Ren, 1980

T-51: Ls mosaic, EDC; T-51.1, T-51.2, T-51.3, and T-51.4: B. Bailey

T-52: 2305-02370-6, 11/25/75; T-52.1: 2647-02280-6, 10/30/76, and 1488-02415-6, 11/23/73; T-52.2: 1523-02331-7, 12/28/73

T-53: 1547-03112-7, 1/21/74; T-53.1: 1531-03232-7 and 1531-03235-7, 1/5/74; T-53.2: J. Rock, NGS

T-54: 1112-01120-7, 11/12/72; T-54.1 and T-54.2: M. Sano; T-54.3: 2232-00470-7, 9/11/75

T-55: Ls mosaic, Dept. Lands & Surveys, Western Australia; Geol. Map of Australia, 1:2500000, 1974-76, compiled by W. D. Palfreyman, Bur. of Mineral Resources, Geology, and Geophysics, Canberra, ©; T-55. 1: 1148-01282(C), 12/18/72; T-55.2: subscene 1148-01282-5, 12/18/72, CSIRO; T-55.3: F-50-8, Run 5, 127 (1:86000), Div. National Mapping, Australia; T-55.4: SIR-A Data Take 38, 11/14/81; T-55.5: C. Twidale; T-55.6: J. Manning; T-55.7 and T-55.8: C. Twidale

T-56: 1377-00573(C), 8/4/73, CSIRO; Geol. Map of Western Australia, 1:1900000, 1970, Dept. Lands and Surveys, Western Australia, ©; T-56.1: Ls Mosaic, Dept. Lands and Surveys, Western Australia; T-56.2: E52-6, Run 2, 7233 (1:86000), Div. National Mapping, Australia; T-56.3: C. Finkl, Jr.

T-57: 22144-23514-7, 12/5/80, ESC; T-57.1, T-57.2, andT-57.3: C. Twidale

T-58: 0050-03010-2, 6/15/78; T-58.1: R. Blair, Jr.; T-58.2; 30180-21335-7, 9/1/78; T-58.3 and T-58.4: D. Homer, N. Zealand Geol. Surv.

T-59: 21395-08373(C), 11/17/78, ESC; T-59.1: MARS SLAR image, ; T-59.2: WRS 237-77, N. Parada, INPE; T-59.3: 1109-09343-7, 11/9/72; T-59.4: J. Ballais

T-60: Egypt &61; SIR-A Data Take 28, 11/14/81; 1180-07444-7, and 1180-07442-7, 1/19/73; Mali = SIR-A Data Take 29-30, 11/14/81; 1490-09501-7, 11/25/78; T-60.1: 1106-09183-7, 11/6/72; T-60.2: 281214-121742-7. 1/6/83, N. Parada, INPE; T-60.3: 1077-07293-7, 1/16/73, ESC

T-61: Landsat images and other figures, courtesy J. McHone

 

Chapter 3: Volcanic Landforms

3-1:1097-04465-5, 10/28/72; 3-2: Press and Siever, 1982, © (adapted from R. G. Schmidt and H. R. Shaw, USGS); 3-3:1825-17294-7, 10/26/72

V-1: 0171-20240-1, 10/14/78; V-1.1: 0171-20240-2, 10/14/78; V-1.2 and V-1.3: J. Shelton; V- 1.4: 40123-17061-5, 11/16/72, ESC

V-2: 10856-11/26/74, ESC; V-2.1: Apollo 9 AS-9-20-3141 , JSC; V-2.2: J. Shelton, V-2.3: R. Bailey, USGS-Reston

V-3: 1103-17323-5, 11/3/72; V-3.1 and V-3.2: J. McCauley; V-3.3: SAR Rev 322, 7/19/78; V- 3.4: R. Sutton

V-4: 40199-17332-5, 1/31/83; V-4.1: T. Nichols; V-4.2: D. Roddy; V-4.3: 40183-17332-6, 1/15/83

V-5: Mosaic of U. S., Soil Conservation Service; V-5.1: F. Jones, 29, USGS-PL; V-5.2: PIO-80- 96a, USGS-PIO; V-5.3: 6719, Oregon St. Highway Dept.; V-5.4: PIO-78-173, USGS-PIO

V-6: 1094-18215-7, 10/25/72; V-6.1: H. Cornwall, 86, USGS-PL; V-6.2: Landsat-1, ID unknown; V-6.3: 65-90, Oregon St. Dept. Geol. & Min. Ind.

V-7: 1358-17471(C), 7/16/73, EDC; V-7.1: 40392-18133-4, 8/12/83; V-7.2: R. Greeley; V-7.3: J. Shelton; V-7.4; USGS APA Idaho 5-A

V-8: 22017-18144 (subscene), 7/31/80; V-8.1: USGS APA Wash. 7-B; V-8.2: K. Ronnholm, ©; V-8.3 and V-8.4: C. Rosenfeld; V-8.5: PIO-80-130C, USGS-PIO: V-8.6: PIO-80-126C. USGS-PIO; V-8.7: NOAA, GOES-West, 1233 26081 KB7, 5/18/80; V-8.8: 80-55-095, EDC (USGS); V-8.9: MSH PP 1250 103, USGS-PL; V-8.10: 50140-18245-3, 6/19/80, V-8.11 and V-8.12: C. Bohn; V-8.13 and V-8. 14: C. Rosenfeld; V-8.15: PIO-81-239, USGS-PIO; V-8.16: 50140-18245-6, 6/19/80, GSFC

V-9: 30341-20591-5, 2/9/79, EDC; V-9.1: Radar mosaic 1:250000, MARS SLAR, ©, courtesy A. Kovar, USGS-Reston; V-9.2: M. Williams, NPS; V-9.3: SAR Rev 0605, JPL

V-10: 1203-20180-6 and 1203-20182-6, 2/11/73; V-10.1: U.S. Air Force 38525; V-10.2: USGS APA Hawaii 7-C; V-10.3: USGS, ID unknown

V-11: 1816-16430-5, 10/17/74; V-11.1: R. Snead; V-11.2: Texas Bur. Econ. Geol.; V-11.3: G. K. Gilbert, 2337, USGS-PL; V-11.4: G. Gahan, NGS

V-12: 21449-15304-7, 1/12/79, EDC; V-12.1: SIR-A Data Take 18, 11/13/81, JPL; V-12.2: Nagle et al., 1977, ©

V-13: 30624-15340-7, 11/19/79, EDC; V-13.1: SIR-A Data Take 37, 11/14/81, JPL; V-13.2: U.S. Air Force

V-14: 2419-13440-7, 3/16/76, EDC; V-14.1: L. O´Callaghan; V-14.2: STS-8, SO8-36-1387; V- 14.3: 2436-13433-7, 4/2/76, EDC; V-14.4: K. Segerstrom, 602, USGS-PL

V-15: 1392-12191-7, 8/19/73; V-15.1: R. Williams, Jr.; V-15.2 and V-15.3: S. Thorarinsson; V- 15.4: J. Friedman, USGS-Denver

V-16: Ls subscene 04-465-07140(C), 4/23/83, Telespazio; V-16.1: Ls subscene, ID unknown, Telespazio; V-16.2 and V-16.3: Carnegie Geophysical Laboratory, Washington, D.C.; V-16.4: Ls subscene, ID unknown, 6/16/77, Telespazio V-17: 50209-07140(C), 9/26/84; V-17.1: O. Erol; V-17.2: 10084-07062-7, 10/15/72, ESC; V- 17.3: SIR-A Data Take 35, 11/14/81, JPL

V-18: 2367-08343-7, 1/26/76, ESC; V-18.1: D. Busch; V-18.2: A. Pesce; V-18.3: 1190-08433- 6, 1/29/73; V-18.4: STS-17, SO9-45-2162, JSC

V-19: 2368-07040-6, 1/25/76, EDC; V-19.1: G. McCall; V-19.2: 1191-07115-7, 1/30/73; V-19.4: Source unknown

V-20: 50081-07314-4, 5/21/84, EDC; V-20.1: Republic S. Africa Geol. Surv.; V-20.2: A. De Villiers; V-20.3: 2116-07141-7, 5/18/75

V-21: LFC 1330, 10/9/84; V-21.1: Earthquake Info. Bull. Photo 435, USGS-PL; V-21.1 and V- 21.3: H. Tazieff (see H. Garner, 1974, ©)

V-22: 1446-07195(C), 10/12/73; V-22.1 and V-22.2: H. Blodget; V-22.3: 1160-07323-7, 12/30/72; V-22.4: Geol. Map of Al Madinah Quadrangle, Sheet 24-D, 1981, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources

V-23: 30278-04492-5, 12/8/78, EDC; V-23.1, V-23.2, and V-22.3: C. Ollier; V-23.4: 2362-04404, 1/19/76, EDC

V-24: 30277-01130-5, 12/7/78, EDC; V-24.1: M. Morisawa; V-24.2; Japan Air Lines; V-24.3: 1145-00542-7, 12/15/72; V-24.4: M. Sano

V-25: 1477-23542-5, 11/12/73; V-25.1, V-25.2, and V-25.3: A. E. Sviatlovsky (see V. Trifonov); V-25.4: 1047-00025-7 and 1047-00031-7, 9/8/72; V-25.5: STS 9-31-109

V-26: 10067-02145-7, 9/28/72, ESC; V-26.1: W. Hamilton, 549, USGS-PL; V-26.2: Dept. Information, Repub. Indonesia; V-26.2: SIR-A Data Take 35-36, 11/14/81

V-27: 30844-21121-6, 6/26/80, EDC; V-27.1 and V-27.2: D. Homer, New Zealand Geol. Surv.; V-27.3: S. N. Beatus, New Zealand Geol. Surv.

 

Chapter 4: Fluvial Landforms

4-1: Howard, 1967, ©; 4-2: SIR-A Data Take 24C, 11/ 13/8 1; 4-3: 2436-08080-7; 4-4: V. Baker, 4-5: Schumm and Kahn (1975), ©

F-1: 21711-16314-7, 9/29/79; F-1.l and F-1.2: V. Baker; F-1.3. USGS APA Texas 5-B

F-2: 1524-02394-7, 12/29/73; F-2.1: 2287-02344-7, 11/5/75; F-2.2: SIR-A Data Take 38, 11/14/81; F-2.3: USGS APA China 1-A

F-3: 30597-02293-7, 10/29/79, ESC; F-3.1: 1525-02455-7, 10/30/73; F-3.2: B. Dale, NGS; F-3.3: C. Burchfiel

F-4: 30289-07322-6, 12/19/78; F-4.1: LFC 230; F-4.2: 30972-07122(C), 11/1/80

F-5: 1167-06324-6, 1/6/73; F-5.1: 2362-06242-5, 1/9/76; F-5.2: STS-17-36-36; F-5.3: 1186- 06381-7, 1/25/73, USGS-Flagstaff IPL; F-5.4: 30346-06100-6, 2/14/79

F-6: 30194-17091-A, 9/5/78; F-6.1: J. Shelton; F-6.2: J. Bradley; F-6.3: R. Snead; F-6.4: Source unknown

F-7: 1284-17384(C), 5/3/73; F-7.1: J. Shelton, 920; F-7.2: J. Shelton, 67:545; F-7.3: TM subscene 40183-17321(C), 4/19/83

F-8: 21446-13324-7, 1/9/79; F-8.1: K. Lee; F-8.2: Vargas (Venezuelan Airlines); F-8.3: SIR-A Data Take 34, 11/14/81; F-8.4: 1177-14255-7, 1/16/73

F-9: 40176-17270(C), 1/8/83: F-9.1, F-9.2, and F-9.3: P. Kresan

F-10: 0344-19040-1, 4/5/79E F-10.1: 0344-19040-2, 4/5/79; F-10.2: 40037-16033-4, 8/22/82; F-10.3: USGS APA Miss. 2-C; F-10.4: Apollo 9 9-22-3454

F-11: 1344-21290-7, 7/2/73; F-11.1: Source unknown; F-11.2: J. Coleman; F-11.3: T. Mortensen; F-11.4: Source unknown

F-12: 1408-20430-7, 9/4/73; F-12.1: T. Péwé, 849, USGSPL: F-12.2: T. Péwé, 844, USGS-PL; F-12.3: J. Williams, 7e, USGS-PL; F-12.4: 1102-20441, 11/2/72

F-13: 1123-04010-5, 11/23/72; F-13.1: J. Coleman; F-13.2: Source unknown; F-13.3: J. Coleman

F-14: 30170-23570-B, 8/22/78; F-14.1: V. Baker; F-14.2: R. Goodman, NGS; F-14.3 and F- 14.4: Div. of National Mapping, Australia

F-15: 1563-23530(C), 2/6/74; F-15.1: V. Baker; F-15.2: Div. of National Mapping, Australia; F- 15.3: G. Taylor

F-16: 1519-02131-7, 12/24/73; F-16.1: 2464-02165-6, 4/30/76, EDC; F-16.2, F-16.3, and F-16.4: V Baker

F-17: 1127-06065-7, 11/27/72; F-17.1, F-17.2, and F-17.3: J. Coleman

F-18: 1400-04352-7, 8/27/73; F-18.1: 2621-03235-6, 10/4/76; F-18.2: 1191-03332-7, 1/30/73; F-18.3: 10127-06083-7, 11/27/72, ESC

F-19: 2751-03455-7, 2/11/77; F-19.1, F-19.2, and F-19.3: N. D. Smith F-20: 1061-10104(C), 9/22/72;

F-20.1: N. MacLeod; F-20.2: Apollo 9 9-19-3052; F-20.3 and F-20.4: N. MacLeod

F-21: 281149-125759-7 and 281149-125824-7, 5/29/81, Parada, INPE; F-21.1: 281132- 130308, 6/30/83, Parada, INPE; F-21.2: M. J. Costa

F-22: 77212-13081-7, 7/3 1/77, ESC; F-22.1: Sternberg, 1975, ©; F-22.2: 1126-13013-5, 11/26/72; F-22.3 and F-22.4: L. McIntyre, NGS

F-23: 50115-13475(C), 6/14/77; F-23.1: 1008-13481-7, 7/31/72; F-23.2: V. Baker

F-24: Top = SIR-A Data Take 24C, 11/13/81, Middle = Map by V. Baker, Bottom = Brazilian RADAM image NA-19-Z-C; F-24.1: 50129-14022-4, 7/8/84; F-24.2: 50126-08320-4, 8/5/84

F-25: 78224-14193-7, 8/12/78; F-25.1: SIR-A Data Take 34, 11/14/81; F-25.2: R. Snead

F-26: Ls mosaic, H. Blodget and GSFC/GE; F-26.1: USGS Aerial Photo 4-9-77 GS VECK 0948; F-26.2: J. Shelton, 1715

F-27: 1381-18142-7, 8/8/73; F-27.1: J. Shelton, 6235; F-27.2: J. Shelton, 5595, F-27.3: J. Shelton, 5599

 

Chapter 5: Deltaic Landforms

5-1: A. Defense Mapping Satellite; B. STS-4-37-654; C. Landsat ID unknown; D. 30263 -03242-5 and 30263-03235-5, 11/23/78

D-1: 1177-16023-5, 1/16/73; D-1.1: J. Coleman, unpublished report, ©; D-1.2: Kolb and Van Lopik, 1966; D-1.3: J. Coleman: D-1.4: H. Roberts; D-1.5: 40188-15552(C) subscene, 1/15/83; D-1.6: USGS APA LA-8; D-1.7, D-1.8, D-1.9, and D-1.10: J. Coleman

D-2: 2904-07510-7 and 2904-07504-7, 8/14/77;; D-2.1 and D-2.2: J. Coleman

D-3: 30303-03454-6 and 30303-03450-6, 1/2/79; D-3.1: 30303-03454-4, 1/2/79; D-3.2: J. Coleman

D-4: STS-01004, 11/21/81; Thailand Landsat Receiving Station, Courtesy MacDonald, Dettwiler and Assoc., Inc.; D-4.1 and D-4.2: J. Coleman

D-5; 30067-01462, 5/1 1/78, ESC; D-5.1 and D-5.2: J. Coleman; D-5.3: 2368-01364-5, 10/21/76

D-6: 1520-02210-5, 12/25/73, R. Haydn, ZGF; D-6.1: J. Coleman; D-6.2: H. J. Walker

D-7: 1163-02450-7, 1/3/73; D-7.1: W. Garrett, NGS; D-7.2 and D-7.3: J. Coleman and U.S. Dept. of Defense

D-8: Ls mosaic 50115-06582-4, 6/24/84 and 50122-07044-4, 7/1/84; EDC; D-8.1: STS 5lB-31-060, JSC; D-8.2: J. Coleman

D-9: 2505-21303-7, 6/10/76, EDC; D-9.1: 21477-21245-6, 2/7/79; D-9.2: J. Coleman; D-9.3: W. Dupre

D-10: 21985-20125(C), CCRS; D-10.1: J. Coleman; D-10.2: 1457-20123-7, 10/23/73; D-10.3 and D-10.4: J. Coleman

D-11: 1368-03062-7, 7/23/73; D-11.1 and D-11.2: Suslov, 1961, ©; D-11.3: J. Coleman; D-11.4: 1397-05524-7, 8/24/73

D-12: 2335-17311-7, 12/25/75, EDC; D-12.1: J. Shelton; D-12.2 and D-12.3: L. D. Meckel and Co.

D-13: 2653-06291(C), 12/30/80, R. Haydn, ZGF; D-13.1: Apollo 7-6-1699; D-13.2 and D-13.3: R. Snead

D-14: 1228-05274-7. 3/8/73; D-14.1: R. Snead; D-14.2 and D-14.3: J. T. Wells

D-15: 1310-06192(C), 5/29/73; D-15.1: V. Trifonov; D-15.2 and D-15.3: J. Coleman

 

Chapter 6: Coastal Landforms

6-1 and 6-2: Inman and Nordstrom, 1971, ©

C-1: 1100-01435-5, 10/31/72; C-1.1, C-1.2, and C-1.3: D. W. Park

C-2: 2263-23006-6, 10/12/75, EDC; C-2.1 and C-2.2: C. Pain; C-2.3: Div. of National Mapping, Australia; C-2.4: R. Snead

C-3: 1069-00442(C), 9/30/72; C-3.1: 10102-00281-7, 2/1 1/72; C-3.2: Div. of National Mapping, Australia; C-3.3: D. Gibson; C-3.4: R. Snead

C-4: 21468-12235-6, 1/29/79, EDC; C-4.1: 2376-16172-7, 2/2/76; EDC; C-4.2: K. W. Glennie; C-4.3: 278030-114110-7, Parada, INPE; C-4.4: K. W. Glennie

C-5: 1775-19330-7, 9/16/74; C-5.1: R. Snead; C-5.2: A. Dunn; C-5.3: R. Churchill; C-5.4: 2350-10073-6, 7/5/76, EDC

C-6: 31510-12502-6, 4/23/82, EDC; C-6.1, C-6.2, and C-6.3: S. M. Harrison/C. Swithinbank

C-7: 2573-10472-6, 8/17/76, EDC, C-7.1 and C-7.2: R. Snead; C-7.3: Irish Tourist Board; C-7.4: 1472-14530-7, 11/10/73

C-8: 0170-12000-2, 10/13/78; C-8.1 and C-8.2: R. Snead; C-8.3: 30197-09003-7, 9/18/78, EDC; C-8.4: R. Snead

C-9: 1123-05441-5, 11/23/72; C-9.1, C-9.2, and C-9.3: R. Snead

C-10: 2192-21265(C), 8/2/75; C-10.1: U.S. Navy; C-10.2: R. Kirk in Snead, 1967, ©; C-10.3: New Zealand Geol. Surv., A 109

C-11: 2335-21190-6, 12/23/75, EDC; C-11.1: Royal New Zealand Air Force in Stevens, 1974, ©; C-11.2: Stevens, 1974, ©; C-11.3 and C-11.4: L. Homer, New Zealand Geol. Surv.

C-12: 1155-14102-6, 12/25/72; C-12.1, C-12.2, and C-12.3: S. Araya Vergara

C-13: Apollo 9 AS9-20-3 128, JSC; C-13.1: M. Morisawa; C-13.2: Apollo 9 AS9-21-3271, JSC; C-13.3: 2437-15112-7, 4/3/76; C-13.4: S. Weatherman

C-14: 1045-15275-15275(C), 9/6/72; C-14.1 and C-14.2: NPS; C-14.3: 30009-15095-A, 3/14/78

C-15: SAR Rev. 809, 8/22/78, JPL; C-15.1: 0192-18330-1, 11/4/78; C-15.2: J. Ford; C-15.3: J. Shelton, 9544; C-15.4: C. Finkl, Jr.

C-16: 40182-15125(C), 1/18/83; C-16.1: 1510-15093(C), 12/15/73; C-16.2: Apollo, ID unknown; C-16.3: B. A. Stewart, NGS

C-17: Ls mosaic, ESC; C-17.1, C-17.2, and C-17.3: R. Ginsburg

C-18: 1203-23543-5, 2/11/73; C-18.1: STS-18, JSC; C-18.2: 1026-00035-5, 8/18/72; C-18.3: D. Hopley, 1982, ©; C-18.4: Div. of National Mapping, Australia

C-19: Top = 1112-01234-5, 11/12/79; Lower left = 2013-00365-4, 2/4/75; Lower right = 30258-04415-5, 11/18/79; C-19.1: 30244-22173-5, 11/4/78; EDC; C-19.2: C. G. Johnson, 2, USGS-PL; C-19.4: W. Moore, NGS

C-20: 21189-01004-7, 4/25/78, ESC; C-20.1, C-20.2, and C-20.3: Dept. of Lands and Surveys, W. Australia

C-21: 1134-06425-5, 12/4/72; C-21.1: 2778-06150-6, 3/10/77; C-21.2: 21327-14061-7 and 21327-14063-7, 9/10/78; C-21.3: 1199-06302-5 and 1199-06302-5, 12/19/72

C-22: Ls mosaic 2294-05020-6 and 2294-05024-6, 11/12/75; C-22.1: 1136-05162-5, 12/6/72; C-22.2: J. Coleman

C-23: Ls mosaic 1079-15135-7, 10/10/72 and 1080-15187-7, 10/11/72; C-23.1: U-2 photo 00025 0083, Ames Research Ctr.; C-23.2: 2046-10404-7, 3/9/75, EDC

C-24: 40202-16184-4, 2/3/83; C-24.1: Nat. Air Photo Library, Canada; C-24.2: Photo 83255, Geol. Surv. of Canada

 

Chapter 7: Karst Landscapes and Lakes

7-1: 30091-09094-7 (subset), 6/8/78; map from J. Demek in C. Embleton, 1982, ©; 7-2: Jennings, 1971, ©; 7-3: A. 1057-16305-7, 9/1 8/72; B. Al16797-84, Nat. Air Photo Library, Canada

KL-1: 1524-02432-7, 12/29/73; KL-1.1 and KL-1.2: Karst in China, 1976; KL-1.3: Chinese postcard; KL-1.4: Karst in China, 1976

KL-2: SAR Rev 608, 8/8/78; JPL; KL-2.1: M. Sweeting, 1958, ©; KL-2.2 and KL-2.3: M. Day

KL-3: 21089-15115(C), 1/15/78, ESC; KL-3.1, KL-3.2, and KL-3.3: S. Prucha

KL-4: 30244-15181-7, 11/4/78, EDC; KL-4.1: USGS Topographic Map; KL-4.2: G. Espenshade, 51, USGS-PL; KL-4.3: USGS

KL-5: 1104-08595-7, 11/4/72; KL-5.1: I. Bralic in M. Herak, 1972; KL-5.2: P. S. Williams; KL- 5.3: S. Bozicevic in M. Herak, 1972; KL-5.4: C. Rosenfeld

KL-6: 2083-00391-6, 4/15/75; EDC; KL-6.1: Lowry and Jennings, 1974; KL-6.2 and KL-6.3: C. Twidale; KL-6.4: Lowry and Jennings, 1974

KL-7: 1018-21200-6, 8/10/72; KL-7.1 and KL-7.2: J. B. Mertie, Jr., 1938, KL-7.3: K. Dean; KL-7.4: 1381-18133-7, 8/8/73

KL-8: 1387-06402-7, 8/14/73; KL-8.1: Sovfoto-Eastfoto, ©; KL-8.2: 1397-05551-7, 8/24/73; KL-8.3: 1397-05540-7, 8/24/73

KL-9: 20182-21394-7, 7/23/75, ESC; KL-9.1: Black and Barksdale, 1949, ©; KL-9.2: Hopkins et al., 1955, ©; KL-9.3: Black and Barksdale, 1949, ©

KL-10: 1080-15203-5, 10/11/72; KL-10.1 and KL-10.2: W. Prouty, 1952, ©; KL-10.3: J. Shelton, 1686

KL-11: Ls mosaic, R. Allenby; KL-11.1, KL-11.2, KL-11.3: G. Plafker

KL-12: 10051-17420-7, 9/12/72, ESC; KL-12.1: A. Granger in R. Morrison, 1965, ©; KL-12.2: USGS-Flagstaff; KL-12.3: Thornbury, 1965, ©; KL-12.4: Hamblin, 1985, ©

KL-13: 1243-13595(C), 3/23/73; KL-13.1, KL-13.2, and KL-13.3: G. Ericksen; KL-13.4: 1243-13595(C), subscene, JPL

KL-14: 2150-03123-5, 6/21/75, EDC; KL-14.1: Sovfoto-Eastfoto, ©; KL-14.2: V. Trifonov; KL-14.3: 30087-08444-6, 6/1/79; KL-14.4: Ls mosaic 21304-04496-6 and 21304-04500-6, 8/18/78

KL-15: 10443-14073-7, 10/9/73, ESC; KL-15.1, KL-15.2, and KL-15.3: N. D. Newell

 

Chapter 8: Eolian Landforms

8-1: A. Walker, modified from various sources; 8-2: P. Meigs, 1953, ©; 8-3: A. Walker, modified from various sources

E-1: 1137-07043-7, 12/7/72, EDC; E-1.1: J. Briggs; E-1.2: E. G. Friesen; E-1.3: 11241-WSA- 68, Dept. of Defense aerial photo, from Breed and Grow in McKee, 1979, ©

E-2: 1111-06195-7, 11/11/72, USGS-Flagstaff IPF; E-2.1: 31030-05565-C, 12/29/80; E-2.2: E. D. McKee (original from T. Nichols), 148, USGS-PL; E-2.3: Dept. of Defense aerial photo, from Breed and Grow in McKee, 1979; E-2.4: J. Briggs

E-3: 0309-13200-1, 3/1/79; E-3.1 and E-3.2: H. Garner; E-3.3: L. Bogart

E-4: 0141-02090-3, 9/14/78; E-4.1, E-4.2, and E-4.3: H. Garner

E-5: 1565-10032-6, 2/8/74, E-5.1: ID unknown; E-5.2: L. Bogart; E-5.3: E. D. McKee, 139, USGS-PL; E-5.4: G. Gerster

E-6: 1199-09323-7, 2/3/73, EDC; E-6.1 and E-6.2: L. Bogart; E-6.3: ID unknown

E-7: 1112-09505-7, 11/12/72, R. Haydn, ZGF: E-7.1: D. Busche; E-7.2: L. Bogart; E-7.3: D. Busche; E-7.4: STS-5-40-1 168; E-7.5: 1112-09505-7, 11/12/72

E-8: 50250-08534-4, 11/6/84; E-8.1 and E-8.2; A. T. Grove; E-8.3: NOAA AVHRR (courtesy D. McGinnis)

E-9: LFC 1917, 10/11/84; E-9.1: 22287-08131-5, 4/27/81; E-9.2: 1202-08224-5, 7/17/77; E-9.3: N. Lancaster; E-9.4: G. Gerster; E-9.5: N. Lancaster; E-9.6 and E-9.7: G. Gerster

E-10: 2312-13514-7, 11/30/75; E-10.1, E-10.2, E-10.3, and E-10.4: G. Ericksen

E-11: 40174-17392(C), 1/6/83; E-11.1: 40174-17392-7, 1/6/83; E-11.2: P. Kresan; E-11.3: D. H. Ball, 2334-A; E-11.4: D. H. Ball, 2339-A

E-12: 40176-17270-7, 1/8/83; E-12.1: I. Luchitta; E-12.2 and E-12.3: J. Olsen

E-13: 50022-17492-4, 3/23/84; E-13.1: Dept. of Defense aerial photo 246-A (courtesy A. Winograd, USGS-Reston); E-13.2: Kerr-McGee Co.; E-13.3 and E-13.4: G. I. Smith; E-13.5: A. Walker

E-14: 40141-16525-4, 12/4/82; E-14.1: R. Churchill; E-14.2: N. H. Darton, 366, USGS-PL; E- 14.3: U-2 aerial photo, Ames Research Center

E-15: 1lA097/014, JPL; E-15.1: 510A46, NSSDC; E-15.2: 544B05, NSSDC; E-15.3 and E-15.4: M. Whitney; E-15.5: 044B37, NSSDC; E-15.6: 056B86, NSSDC

E-16: 2279-19361-7, 10/28/75, EDC; E-16.1, E-16.2, E-16.3, and E-16.4: E. Morris; E-16.5: Aerial photo TMA 961, Victoria Valley

E-17: 20125-01100-7, 5/27/75, ESC; E-17.1: D. Gibson (C. Ollier); E-17.2: C. Twidale; E-17.3 and E-17.4: R. Giles/C. Twidale; E-17.5: Aerial photo (1:86000) Run 6, No. 5232, Div. of National Mapping, Australia (submitted by C. Twidale)

E-18: 40090-00104-4, 10/14/82; E-18.1: Aerial photo (1:86000) Run 6, No. 046, Div. of National Mapping, Australia (submitted by C. Twidale); E-18.1: C. Twidale; E-18.2: E. D. McKee (original by T. Nichols), USGS-PL

E-19: 2592-05510-7, 9/5/76; E-19.1 and E-19.2: J. T. Daniels; E-19.3: USGS

E-20: 2663-05425-7, 11/15/76; E-20.1 and E-20.2: J. T. Daniels; E-20.3: H. Pohn

E-21: 20781-04533-7, 3/13/77, ESC; E-21.1: R. Snead; E-21.2: C. S. Breed; E-21.3: USGS APA Pakistan 1-A

E-22: 30203-02430-7, 9/24/78, EDC; E-22.1: SIR-A Data Take 28, 11/14/84; E-22.2: Wang and Song, 1983

E-23: 30106-02481-7, 12/1 5/80, EDC; E-23.1, E-23.2, and E-23.3: A. Walker; E-23.4: 31016- 02481-C, 12/15/80, EDC

E-24: 10073-04181-7, 10/4/72, ESC; E-24.1: A. Walker; E-24.2: 11073-04181-7, 10/4/72; E-24.3: A. Walker

E-25: 1162-04134-7, 1/1/73; E-25.1: Xia Xuncheng; E-25.2: SIR-A Data Take 28, 11/14/84, E- 25.3: A. Walker

E-26: 10074-04244-7, 10/5/72, ESC; E-26.1: SIR-A Data Take 28, 11/14/84; E-26.2: Zhao Songqiao

E-27: Landsat mosaic, ESC; E-27.1: 20255-04411-7, 10/4/75: E-27.2, E-27.3, E-27.4, and E-27.5: Zhu Zhenda

Chapter 9: Glaciers and Glacial Landforms

9-1: Denton and Hughes, 1981; 9-2: NASA 72-HC-928; 9-3: 30928-20440-C, 9/18/80; 9-4; CIA; 9-5: 1426-02070(C), 9/23/73, JPL; 9-6; Paterson, 1981; 9-7: R. Williams, Jr., I-73-4-22; 9-8: R. Williams, Jr., I-73-27-32-1; 9-9: R. Williams, Jr., I-73-27-32; 9-10: 151 1-05240(C), 12/16/73, EDC; 9-11: T. Meunier, 83-Jan83H3-17; 9-12: T. Meunier, 82-Mar83W2-5; 9-13: T. Meunier, 83-Jan83H4-35; 9-14; B. Turner, I-73-5A-1; 9-15: 1119-14280-7, 11/19/72; EDC; 9-16: U.S Navy, USGS-PL TMA 1718F33 (No. 22); 9-17: R. Williams, Jr., 1-73-29-10; 9-18: R. Williams, Jr., Jun75WS-37; 9-19: P. Skvarca, Oct. ´81; 9-20: W. Davis, 1909; 9-21: R. Flint, 1971; 9-22A: Strahler, 1960; 9-22B: E. Lindstrom; 9-23: T. Péwé, 845, USGS-PL; 9-24:1377- 21112-6, 8/4/73; 9-25: R. I. Lewellen, in Péwé, 1975; 9-26: 1377-21116-6, 8/4/73, EDC, in Sloan et al., 1976; 9-27: Péwé, 1975

G-1: NOAA-6 AVHRR, 1812 UT, 2/27/80; G-1.1: 1174-19433-7, 1/13/73, EDC; G-1.2: TMA 540, F 31 (No. 250), USGS-PL; G-1.3: 2554-17283-2 (RBV), 7/29/76, EDC

G-2: NOAA-6 AVHRR; Ch. 2, Orbit 7165, 13:42:15 UT, 11/12/80; G-2.1: Modified from Swithinbank, 1980; G-2.2: TMA F 33 (No. 14), USGS-PL; G-2.3: 30335-12253-7, 2/3/79, EDC

G-3: 22087-14293-7, 10/9/80, EDC; G-3.1: U.S. Navy photo 10, Can 4145, 2/14/47, USGS-PL; G-3.2: 2281-07424-7, 10/30/75, EDC; G-3.3: 1476-07164-6, 11/11/76

G-4: Salyut 6 Photo (C), 3/10/73, courtesy U. M. Kotlyakov; G-4.1 and G-4.2: P. Skvarca; G- 4.3: T 400L-201 NAPL (Can.)

G-5: 10380-16182-7, 8/7/73, CCRS; G-5.1: R. J. Price, 1973; G-5.2: Mercer, 1975 (Plate 37, map 2.2); G-5.3: W. Melhorn

G-6: 1426-12070(C), 9/22/73, EDC; G-6.1: Solarfilma HF; G-6.2: U.S. Air Force photo M-436, Roll 96, Frame 10063, 8/12/60, courtesy Iceland Geodetic Survey; G-6.3: 1542-18435-7, 1/16/74, EDC

G-7: 2955-19292-7, 9/3/77, EDC; G-7.1: Sharp, 1958b; G-7.2: A. Post, 425, USGS-PL; G-7.3: 31 194-19494-C, 6/1 1/81, EDC; G-7.4: SLAR image, C. Rosenfeld

G-8: 20204-16513(C), 8/14/75, CCRS: G-8.1: R. Williams, Jr.; G-8.2: A. Dunn; G-8.3: 30173- 16525-B, 8/25/78, EDC

G-9: 30537-20443-7, 8/24/79, ESC; G-9.1: SAR Rev 380, JPL; G-9.2 and G-9.3: R. Hudson, U.S. Air Force Cambridge Res. Lab.

G-10: 30157-1 1565-D, 8/9/78, EDC; G-10.1: A15728-63, NAPL (Can.); G-10.2: R. Williams, Jr., I-73-27-5; G-10.3: 2542-111575-7, 7/18/76, EDC

G-11: 30174-20290-D, 8/26/78, EDC; G-11.1: 1185-13570-7, 1/24/73, EDC; G-11.2: L. R. Mayo; G-11.3: USGS-PIO 85-04

G-12: 1337-07040-7, 6/25/73, EDC; G-12.1: R. Williams, Jr., I-7; G-12.2: 30927-20382-C, 9/17/80, EDC: G-12.3: R. Williams, Jr., I-9

G-13: 22045-07040-7, 8/28/80, CCRS: G-13.1: R. Williams, Jr., 1-81-160 = -9; G-13.2: Photo 82964, Geol. Surv. of Canada; G-13.3: Switzerland, source unknown

G-14: 21654-14185(C), 8/3/79, CCRS; G-14.1: R. Williams, Jr.; G-14.2: Iceland Geodetic Survey; G-14.3: J. Skorve

G-15: 1192-12084-7, 1/31/73, EDC; G-15.1 and G-15.2: R. Williams, Jr.; G-15.3: R. Williams, Jr., photo 100A

G-16: 30157-1 1572-B, 8/18/78, EDC; G-16.1: R. Williams, Jr., 1-73-28-14; G-16.2: A 15517-52, NAPL (Can.); G-16.3: R. Williams, Jr., S-78-5-7; G-16.4: Solarfilma Hf, photo 18/5

G-17: 1041-09464-7, 9/2/72, EDC; G-17.1: A 11991-1, NAPL (Can.); G-17.2: D. J. Miller, 1342, USGS-PL; G-17.3: USGS/EDC

G-18: 1339-17351-7, 6/27/73, CCRS; G-18.1 and G-18.2: J. K. Hornsby

G-19: 10371-18535(C), 7/29/73, CCRS; G-19.1: A 14509-2, NAPL (Can.); G-19.2: T 328L-204, NAPL (Can.); G-19.3: SAR Rev 791, JPL

G-20: 21699-151808-7, 7/24/77, CCRS; G-20.1, G-20.2, and G-20.3: J. R. Belanger

G-21: 1335-17513(C), 6/23/73, CCRS; G-21.1, G-21.2, and G-21.3: V. Singhroy

G-22: Mosaic, 30157-1 1572-C &D, 8/9/78; EDC; G-22.1: Mission 445, Roll 115, Frames 12564/12565, U.S. Air Force/DIA; G-22.2: R. Williams, Jr., 1-77-13-14; G-22.3: R. Williams, Jr., 1-77-23-20

G-23: 30157-1 1572-A, 8/9/78, EDC; G-23.2: R. Williams, Jr., 1-73-33-13; G-23.2: R. Williams, Jr., 1-68-1287; G-23 .3: Photo 2568, Iceland Geodetic Survey

G-24: LFC 664, 10/7/84, EDC; G-24.1: J. P. Schafer, USGS-Reston; G-24.2: R. N. Oldale, USGS-Woods Hole; G-24.3: USGS, NECR, Roll 2, Frame 37; G-24.4: R. N. Oldale, USGS-Woods Hole

G-25: 1005-20021-7, 7/28/72, EDC; G-25.1: Photo 201950, Geol. Surv. of Canada; G-25.2: 2901-21175-7, 7/12/77, EDC: G-25.3: 1387-06402-7, 8/14/73

G-26: 30135-04492(C), 7/18/78, ESC; G-26.1: Chi and Ren, 1980; G-26.2: 2711-03231-7, 1/2/77; G-26.3: Chi and Ren, 1980; G-26.4: Shi et al., 1980

 

Chapter 10: Planetary Landforms

10-1: Meszaros, 1983; 10-2: Lowman, 1976, ©

P-1: NSSDC G-68-295B; P-1.1: NASA 67-H-1651; P-1.2: NASA 68-H-17; P-1.3: NASA 67-H- 1407; P-1.4: 1636-14585-7, CCRS

P-2: Mount Wilson Observatory, View 263, Calif. Inst. of Technol.; P-2.1: NASA 71-H-1441; NASA 71-H-386; P-2.2 NSSDC AS 15-11748; P-2.4: GSFC, original artwork

P-3: NASA 69-H-864; P.3.1: NSSDC AS-12-49-7319; P-3.2: NSSDC S-71-51735; P-3.3: NSSDC AS 15-12157

P-4: NASA 74-H-536; P-4.1: Lunar Orbiter IV-187M, LRC; P-4.2: NASA 69-H-1863; P-4.3: Lunar Orbiter IV-187H2, LRC; P-4.4: Lunar Orbiter IV-181H2, LRC

P-5: NASA 75-H-83; P-5.1 NASA 74-H-239; P-5.2: NSSDC Mariner X 11-15; P-5.3: NASA 67-H-328; P-5.4: GSFC, original artwork

P-6: NASA 72-H-716; P-6.1: NASA 84-H-599; P-6.2: NSSDC Mariner IX 4133-96; P-6.3: NASA 74-H-647; P-6.4: NSSDC Viking Orbiter 072402

P-7: NASA 83-H-244; P-7.1: NASA 84-H-595; P-7.2: NASA 72-H-63; P-7.3: 1284-17384-6; P-7.4: NSSDC Viking Orbiter P-17708

P-8: NASA 76-H-697; P-8.1: Viking Orbiter, P-17002, JPL; P-8.2: NASA 72-H-109; P-8.3: NASA 84-H-430; P-8.4: Viking Orbiter 519 410, JPL; P-8.5: NASA 76-H-522

P-9: Viking Orbiter P-20776, JPL; P-9.1: NSSDC Viking Orbiter 428 B22; P-9.2: NSSDC Viking Orbiter 423 B63; P-9.3: NSSDC Viking Orbiter 039 B84

P-10: NASA/Pioneer Venus, MIT and Brown University; P-10.1: NASA/Pioneer Venus and Brown University; P-10.2 and P-10.3: V. L. Sharpton and J. W. Head, Brown University; P- 10.4: NASA 83-H-254

P-11: Upper = Arecibo Observatory (D. B. Campbell); Lower = U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences (Academician O. Rzhiga); P-11.1 and P-11.2: Arecibo Observatory (D. B. Campbell; also J. W. Head, Brown Univ.); P-11.3 and P-11.4: U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences (Academician O. Rzhiga)

P-12: NASA 83-HC-205; P-12.1: NSSDC 1195V2-001; P-12.2: NSSDC 0891V1 + 100; P-12.3: NSSDC 0979V + 100; P-12.4: NASA 79-H-432

P-13: P-21209, JPL; P-13.1: NSSDC 0041V1 + 000; P-13.2: NSSDC 0079V1 + 000; P-13.3: NSSDC 0101V1 + 000; P-13.4: NSSDC 0157V1 + 000

P-14: NASA 83-H-223; P-14.1: ID unknown; P-14.2: Voyager 1-5-49, JPL; P-14.3: NSSDC, Voyager 23956

P-15: NASA 86-H-72 (P-29510); P-15.1: NASA 86-H-75 (P-29513); P-15.2: NASA 86-H-77 (P-29515); P-15.3: NASA 86-H-74 (P-29512); P-15.4: NASA 86-H-76 (P-29514); P-15.5: 86-H-82 (P-29250); P-15.6: 86-H-110 (P-29501)

 

Chapter 11: Geomorphological Mapping

11-1: A. S. Crofts, 1974, ©; 11-2: M. K. Ridd; 11-3: Howard and Mitchell, 1980, ©; 11-4: Panizza, 1978; 11-5: C. Rosenfeld, 1977, ©; 11-6: Bashenina and Tal´skaya, 1981, ©; 11-7: A = C. Pain, 1985, ©; B = C. Ollier, 1967, ©; 11-8: A and B = R. Hayden; 11-9: R. Hayden; 11-10: Subset from 40176-17270(C), 1/8/76; 11-11 and 11-12: P. Kresan

 

Chapter 12: Global Geomorphology

12-1: R. Hekinian; 12-2: NOAA AVHRR, ID unknown; 12-3: J. V. Gardner, USGS-Reston; 12-4: W. Ryan, Lamont-Doherty Observatory; 12-6: B. McGregor, USGS-Reston; 12-7: A, B, C, and D = P. Chavez; 12-8: Wise et al., 1985, ©; 12-9: R. Haydn, ZGF; 12-10: National Mapping Division, USGS-EDC; 12-11: A = Generated by M. Kobrick, JPL, from 30-s average elevation data for the U. S., NOAA Nat. Geophys. Data Center, Boulder, Colorado; B = J. Garvin; 12-12 and 12-13: Short, 1982; 12-14: A = B. Ivanov; B = 1350-23470-7, 7/8/73; C = SAR Rev 578, 8/6/78 (mosaic by J. Garvin); D = 031-01010-1, 5/27/78; 12-15: A = U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences (courtesy Academician O. Rzhiga); B and C = B. McGregor, USGS-Reston

 

Appendix A: Remote Sensing Principles

A-1 through A-7: Short, 1982; A.8: M. Abrams, JPL; A.9: Short and Marcell, 1985

 

 

PART 2
ADDRESSES OF CONTRIBUTORS

 

Aero Service, Western Geophysical Co. of America, 8100 Westpark Dr., Houston, TX 77063

Richard Allenby, Code 622, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771

Ames Research Center, Mountain Home, CA 94035

J. F. Araya Vergara, Departamento de Geografia, Universidad de Chile, Cas. 3387, Santiago, Chile

Bryan Bailey, EROS Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD 57198 Victor R. Baker, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721

D. H. Ball, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721

J. L. Ballais, Dept. de Geographie, Universite de Caen, 14032 Caen, France

Lothar Beckel, Ahornstrasse 12, A-4820 Bad Ischl, Austria

J. Belanger, Geological Survey of Canada, 601 Booth St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Robert W. Blair, Jr., Dept. of Geology, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO 81301

Herbert Blodget, Code 622, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771

Lowell Bogart, P.O. Box 761, Port Townsend, WA 98388

Charles Bohn, Code 632, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771

J. S. Bradley, Amoco Production Company, 4502 East 41st St., P.O. Box 591, Tulsa, OK 74102

Carol S. Breed, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

J. Briggs, SCS Engineers, Inc., 11260 Roger Bacon Dr., Reston, VA 22090

British Columbia Airphoto Library, Victoria, B. C., Canada

B. C. Burchfiel, Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Inst. of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139

Detlef Busche, Geographisches Institut der Universität Würzburg, D-8700 Würzburg am Hubland, West Germany

Carnegie Geophysical Laboratory, Washington, D.C.

Pat Chavez, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Robert R. Churchill, Dept. of Geography, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT 05753

James Coleman, Coastal Studies Inst., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Mario Jorge Costa, Companhia de Pesquisa de Recursos Minerais-CPRM, Avenido Pasteur, 404, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

CSIRO, Mineral Research Laboratories, P.O. Box 136, North Ryde, N.S.W., Australia 2113

J. T. S. Daniels, Carr Boyd Minerals Ltd., P.O. Box 6049, Hay Street East, Perth, Western Australia 6000, Australia

M. Day, Dept. of Geography, Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 53201

Kenneson Dean, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska, C. T. Avery Bldg., Fairbanks, AL 99701

Kees A. DeJong, Dept. of Geology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221

Braam De Villiers, Dept. of Geography, Potchefstroomse Universiteit, 2520 Potchefstroom, Republic of South Africa

Division of National Mapping, Department of Resources and Energy, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Dept. of National Development, P.O. Box 378, Canberra City, A.C.T. 2601, Australia

Ian Douglas, Dept. of Geography, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL, England

S. A. Drury, Dept. of Earth Sciences, The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA, Buckinghamshire, England

Anthony Dunn, 1623 Russian Jack No. 2, Anchorage, AL 99504

William Dupre, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Houston, Houston, TX 77004

Earth Satellite Corporation, 7222 47th St., Bethesda, MD 20815

Clifford Embleton, Faculty of Science (Geography), University of London (Kings College) Strand, London, WC2R 2LS, England

George E. Ericksen, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22092

Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, 2464 Sheffield Road, Ottawa, Ontario KIA 0Y7, Canada

Oguz Erol, Ankara Universitesi, Ankara, Turkey

EROS Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD 57198

John R. Everett, Earth Satellite Corporation, 7222 47th St., Bethesda, MD 20815 L. Faugeres, 35 Rue de la Nahniere, 91600 Savigny sur Orge, France

Charles W. Finkl, Jr., Center for Coastal Research, 1312 East Las Olas Blvd., P.O. Box 2473, Colee Sta., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33303

John P. Ford, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Calif. Inst. Of Technology, 4800 Oak Grove Dr., Pasadena, CA 91109

Jules Friedman, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CO

Elwood Friesen, 1641 Biscay Circle, Aurora, CO 80011

H. E. Garner, Dept. of Geological Sciences, Rutgers State University, Newark, NJ 07102

Geological Survey of Canada, Photographic Library, Room 510, 601 Booth St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Geological Survey, Republic of South Africa, Private Bag X122, Pretoria 0001, South Africa

Geological Survey of Zimbabwe, Ministry of Mines and Lands, P.O. Box 8039, Causeway, Salisbury, Zimbabwe

G. Gerster, Tobelhusstrasse 8126, Zumilon-Zurich, Switzerland

D. Gibson (see C. Ollier)

Robert N. Ginsburg, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Fisher Island Station, Miami Beach, FL 33139

K. W. Glennie, c/o Shell Intern. Petrol. Mij, EP/13, Oostduinlaan 75, Den Hague, The Netherlands

Ronald Greeley, Dept. of Geology, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85281

William Greenwood, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22090

A. T. Grove, African Studies Center, Free School Lane, Cambridge, England

S. M. Harrison (see C. Swithinbank)

Robert S. Hayden, Dept. of Public Affairs (Geography), George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030

Rupert Haydn, Zentralstelle fur Geo-Photogrammetrie und Fernerkundung (ZGS), Luisenstrasse 37, 8000 Munchen 2, West Germany

R. Hekinian, Institut Francais de Recherche pour l´Exloitation de la Mer (IFREMER), Centre de Brest, B.P. No. 337, 29273 Brest Cedex, France

H. R. Hopkins, Exxon Production Research Co., P.O. Box 2189, Houston, TX 77001

John Hornsby, Intera Technologies Ltd., 717 Belfast Rd., Ottawa, Ontario KIA OY7, Canada

Henry J. Houghton, Office of the Surveyor General, Cathedral Avenue, Perth, Western Australia 6000, Australia

Hunting Geology and Geophysics Ltd., Elstree Way, Boreham Wood-Herts WD6-1 SB, England

R. Hudson, U.S. Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratory, Bedford, MA

J. F. Huntington, Div. of Mineral Physics, CSIRO, P.O. Box 136, North Ryde, N.S.W., Australia

Iceland Geodetic Survey, Reykjavik, Iceland

Indonesian Dept. of Information, Jakarta, Indonesia

Irish Tourist Board, 757 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10017

Boris A. Ivanov, O. Y. Schmidt Institute of the Physics of the Earth, U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, Moscow 123810, U.S.S.R.

Japan Air Lines, 655 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Inst. of Technology, 4800 Oak Grove Dr., Pasadena, CA 91109

Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058

Allan Kovar, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22090

Peter Kresan, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721

C. Lallemand, Institut Francais du Pétrole, B.P. 311, 92506 Rueil Malmaison, France

N. Lancaster, Desert Ecological Research Unit, Box 953, Walvis Bay 9190, SWA/Namibia

Robert D. Lawrence, Dept. of Geology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331

Stephen Leatherman, Dept. of Geography, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

Erling Lindstrom, Dept. of Physical Geography, Uppsala University, Box 554, S-751 22, Uppsala, Sweden

Paul D. Lowman, Jr., Code 622, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD 20771

Ivo Luchitta, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Harold C. MacDonald, Dept. of Geology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72204

MacDonald, Dettwiler, & Assoc., Ltd., 3751 Shell Road, Richmond, British Columbia V6X 2Z9, Canada

Norman S. MacLeod, 7212 Maple Ave., Chevy Chase, MD 20015

John C. Manning, P.O. Box 13470, Las Vegas, NV 89112

MARS Associates, Inc., 3644 East McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85008

L. R. Mayo, U.S. Geological Survey, Fairbanks, AL

G. J. H. McCall, University of Western Australia, Nedlands, Australia

John S. McCauley, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Ken McCracken/Michael Hornibrook, Div. of Mineral Physics, CSIRO, P.O. Box 136, North Ryde, N. S. W., Australia 2113

John F. McHone, Dept. of Geology, 245 Natural History Bldg., 1304 West Green Street, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801

L. D. Meckel and Co., 2723 Sackett Dr., Houston, TX 77098

W. N. Melhorn, Dept. of Geosciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 74907

T. K. Meunier, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22092

Luis M. Mitre-Salazar, Instituto de Geologia, Apartado Postal 70-296, Ciudad Universitaria, 04510 Mexico D.F.

Marie Morisawa, Dept. of Geological Sciences, State University of New York-Binghamton, NY 13901

Elliot Morris, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Tom Mortensen, P.O. Box 100663, Anchorage, AL 99510

Mukang Han, Dept. of Geography, Peking University, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China

Fred Nagle, Dept. of Geology, P.O. Box 249176, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 33124 National Air Photo Library, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 615 Booth St., Ottawa, Ontario KIA OE9, Canada

National Geographic Society, 17th and M St., N. W., Washington, D.C. 20036

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National Park Service (U.S. Dept. of the Interior), Photographic Library, P.O. Box 37127, Washington, D.C. 20013

N. D. Newell, American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY

New Zealand Geological Survey, Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research, P.O. Box 30368, Lower Hutt, New Zealand

Tad Nichols, 5545 Camino Escuela, Tucson, AZ

Theodore M. Oberlander, Dept. of Geography, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720

L. O´Callaghan (see D. Rothery)

Clifford Ollier, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology, and Geophysics, Dept. of National Development and Energy, P.O. Box 378, Canberra City, A.C.T. 2601, Australia

J. Olsen, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721

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Colin F. Pain, School of Geography, The University of New South Wales, P.O. Box 1, Kensington, N.S.W., Australia 2033

Nelson de Jesus Parada, Director General, INPE-Instituto de Pesquisas Espaciais, C.P. 515, 12200-São José dos Campos-SP, Brazil

Dong Won Park, Dept. of Geography, Seoul National University, Seoul 151, Korea

Roland P. Paskoff, Dept. of Geography, University of Lyon II, Lyon, France

E. Paylor, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 4800 Oak Grove Dr., Pasadena, CA 91109

Maurice E. Perret, Dept. of Geography/Geology, University of Wisconsin/Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI 54481

Angelo Pesce, P.O. Box 661, Tripoli, Libya

George Plafker, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22090

Howard Pohn, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22090 Stephen J. Prucha, Earth Satellite Corporation, 7222 47th St., Bethesda, MD 20815

Merrill K. Ridd, University of Utah Research Inst., 420 Chipeta Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Harry H. Roberts, Coastal Studies Inst., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Charles Robinove, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22090

D. J. Roddy, U.S. Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Keith Ronnholm, Remote Measurement Systems, 2633 Eastlake Ave., East, Suite 206, Seattle, WA 98102

Charles Rosenfeld, Dept. of Geography, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331

David Rothery, Dept. of Earth Science, The Open University, Wallon Hall, Milton Keynes, MK76AA, Buckinghamshire England

Floyd F. Sabins, Jr., Chevron Oil Field Research Co., La Habra, CA 90631

Guillermo P. Salas, Consejo de Recursos Naturales No Renovables, Niños Heroes 139, Mexico 7, D. F., Mexico

M. Sano, Earth Resources Satellite Data Center, No. 39 Mori-Bldg 4-5 Azubuda 2 Chome Minato-ku, Tokyo 106, Japan

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J. Skorve, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

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Robert L. Smith, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22092 William L. Smith, Spectral Data Corp., 1901 N. Moore St., Suite 1000, Arlington, VA 22209

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Graham Taylor, School of Applied Science, Canberra College of Advanced Education, P.O. BOX 1, Belconnen A.C.T., Australia 2616

H. Tazieff (see H. Garner)

Telespazio, European Space Agency, Via Galileo Galilei 000 44, Frascati, Italy

Texas Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Sigurdur Thorarinsson, Museum of Natural History, Reykjavik, Iceland

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B. B. Turner, U.S. Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratory, Bedford, MA

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Vargas, Venezuelan Airlines

Alta Walker, U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22092

H. J. Walker, Coastal Studies Inst., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803

J. T. Wells, Inst. of Marine Science, 3407 Arendel St., Morehead City, NC 28557

Westerman Sat Photo, Anstatt Georg Westerman, Braunschieg, West Germany

Marion Whitney, Box 277, Shepherd, MI 48883

P. S. Williams, Dept. of Geography, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Richard S. Williams, Jr., U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 22092

Charles Wood, Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058

Xia Xuncheng, Inst. of Biology, Soil and Desert Research, Academica Sinica, Urumqi, Peoples Republic of China

Werner Zeil, Institut fur Geologie u. Paleontologie, Technishe Universitat Berlin, Hardenbergstrasse 42, D-1000, Berlin, West Germany

Zhao Songqiao, Inst. of Remote Sensing Application, Academica Sinica, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China

Zhu Zhenda, Director, Inst. of Desert Research, Academica Sinica, Lanzhjou, Gansu, Peoples Republic of China

 

PART 3
SPECIAL LISTS

 

Guest Caption Writers

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Kees A. DeJong, Dept. of Geology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH (Plates T-44, T-45, and T-46)

Jon E. Dykstra, Earth Satellite Corporation, Bethesda, MD (Plates T-41, T-42, T-43, and T-44)

John Hornsby, Intera Technologies, Ottawa, Canada (Plate G-18)

Mary M. Kennedy, 10994 W. Exposition Place, Lakewood, CO (Plate V-10)

Robert Lawrence, Dept. of Geology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR (Plate T-43)

Stephen P. Weatherman, Dept. of Geography, University of Maryland, College Park, MD (Plate C-23)

Ira S. Merin, Earth Satellite Corporation, Bethesda, MD (Plate T-39)

Richard C. Michael, Earth Satellite Corporation, Bethesda, MD (Plates T-49, T-50, and T-51)

Stephen J. Prucha, Earth Satellite Corporation, Bethesda, MD (Plates T-20 and T-21)

Orville R. Russell, Earth Satellite Corporation, Bethesda, MD (Plates T-18, T-37, and T-38)

Vernon R. Singhroy, Ontario Center for Remote Sensing, Toronto, Canada (Plate G-21)

James R. Underwood, Dept. of Geology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS (Plate T-31)

Permissions List

The following organizations or individuals holding copyrights to illustrations or tables used in this book have requested a general citation identifying the publications, authors, and other source information pertinent to the material used. In some instances, an additional specific statement of permission is required, as shown in parentheses with each such listing. For certain citations, the required author permission has also been obtained. To conserve space, the full publication listing is not reproduced here; the reader may certify this by examining the reference section of the relevant chapter in this book as indicated by the figure or table number. A few copyrighted sources (given by © in Part 1 of this appendix) did not ask for a specific permission statement.

     

  1. American Association for the Advancement of Science
    1333 H Street NW
    Washington, D.C. 20005
    2-2: Fig. 4, Molnar and Tapponnier, 1975
    (Copyright, 1975)

     

     

  2. American Association of Petroleum Geologists
    1444 South Boulder Avenue
    Tulsa, OK 74119-3604
    1-5: Fig. 4, Sabins, 1983
    4-1: Figs. 1 and 2, Howard, 1967

     

     

  3. Edward Arnold Publishers, Ltd.
    41 Bedford Square
    London WCIB 3DQ England
    Table 9-1: Sugden and John, 1976 (Published
    by J. Wiley and Sons, New York)

     

     

  4. Australian National University Press
    (Pergamon Press Australia Pty. Ltd.)
    19a Boundary Street
    Rushcutters Bay, NSW, Australia
    7-2: Fig. 4, Jennings, 1971

     

     

  5. Wm. C. Brown Co. Publishers
    2460 Kerper Blvd.
    Dubuque, Iowa 52001
    Tables 10.2 and 11.3: Ritter, 1978 (All rights
    reserved. Reprinted by permission.)

     

     

  6. Earth Satellite Corporation
    7222 47th Street
    Bethesda, MD 20815
    (All images appearing in this book
    are copyrighted.)

     

     

  7. Elsevier Science Publ. Co., Inc.
    52 Vanderbilt Avenue
    New York, NY 10017
    KL-5.1: Fig. 5, I. Bralic, in Herak, 1972, from
    Herak and Stringfield, 1972
    KL-5.3: Fig. 12S. Bozicevic, in Herak, 1972,
    from Herak and Stringfield, 1972
    11-7A: Figs. 2 and 5, Pain, 1985

     

     

  8. Elsevier Science Publ.
    B. V. Post Office Box 330
    1000 AH Amsterdam
    The Netherlands
    T-39: Fig. 6I, Sengor and Yilmaz, 1976

     

     

  9. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada
    Surveys and Mapping Branch
    615 Booth Street
    Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0E9, Canada
    T-16.2: A 11503-97
    T-16.3: T 185-R-35
    T-17.2: T 481-L-19
    T-17.3: A 5120-105R
    T-18.1: T 420-L-22
    T-18.3: A 16203-115
    C-24.1: ID Unknown
    G-4.3: T 400L-201 (Copyright, 1950)
    G-10.1: A 15728-63 (Copyright, 1957)
    G-16.2: A 15517-52 (Copyright, 1956)
    G-17.1: A 11991-1 (Copyright, 1949)
    G-19.1: A 14509-2 (Copyright, 1954)
    G-19.2: T 328-204 (Copyright, 1949)
    (These aerial photographs copyright for years indicated; Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada reproduced from the collection of the National Air Photo Library with permission of Energy, Mines and Resources Canada.)

     

     

  10. La Fondation Scientifique de la Geologie et de
    ses applications
    Siège Social: 94, avenue de Lattre de Tassigny
    F 54000 Nancy, France
    T-31: Monod and Pomeral, 1973

     

     

  11. H. Freeman and Co. Publ.
    41 Madison Avenue
    New York, NY 10010
    3-2: Fig. 16.1, Press and Siever, 1982
    D-11.2: Fig. 5-5, Suslov, 1965

     

     

  12. . Gebrüder Borntraeger
    Johannesstra Be 3A
    D-7000 Stuttgart 1
    West Germany
    KL-6.1: Plate 3, Lowry and Jennings, 1974
    KL-6.4: Plate 5, Lowry and Jennings, 1974

     

     

  13. . Geological Society of America
    3300 Penrose Place
    P. O. Box 9140
    Boulder, CO 80301
    T-2: Fig. 1, Monger et al., 1982
    T-11: Fig. 1, Hatcher and Viele, 1982
    4-5: Fig. 6, Schumm and Kahn, 1972
    KL-10.1: Prouty, 1952
    KL-10.2: Prouty, 1952

     

     

  14. Geological Society of Australia
    10 Martin Place
    Sydney NSW 2000
    Australia
    11-7.B: Ollier, 1967

     

     

  15. Director General
    Geological Survey of Canada
    Department of Energy, Mines and Resources
    601 Booth Street
    Ottawa, Ontario K2A 0E8
    Canada
    C-24.2: Photo 83255
    G-13.2: Photo 82964
    G-25.1: Photo 201950

     

     

  16. Geological Society of India
    BBD Press
    Bangalore 560-053
    India
    1-1: Fig. 2, Carey, 1962

     

     

  17. Geological Survey of Zimbabwe
    P. O. Box 8039, Causeway
    Salisbury, Zimbabwe
    T-34.2: Plate V, Stagman, 1978

     

     

  18. Ginn Press
    Ginn and Company
    191 Spring Street
    Lexington, MA 02173
    G-7: Figs. 98 and 99, Davis, 1909

     

     

  19. Gordon and Breach
    Harwood Academic Publishers
    50 W. 23rd Street
    New York, NY 10010
    11-6: Fig. 5, Bashenina and Tal´skaya, 1981

     

     

  20. Hunting Geology and Geophysics Ltd.
    (Hunting Surveys)
    Elstree Way
    Boreham Wood-Hert WD6-ISB
    England
    T-42.4, T-42.5, T-42.6: Oberlander, 1965

     

     

  21. Iceland Geodetic Survey
    Laugaveg 178
    Simi 81611
    Reykjavik, Iceland
    G-14.2: Slide 2660
    G-23.3: Slide 2568

     

     

  22. International Assoc. of Hydrological Sciences
    Institute of Hydrology
    Maclean Building
    Crowmarsh Gifford
    Wallingford, Berkshire OX l0 8BB
    England
    Table 9-4: Table 1, UNESCO, 1970

     

     

  23. Longman Group Ltd.
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    Essex CM20 2JE
    England
    G-5.1: Fig. 87, Price, 1973

     

     

  24. The Macmillan Press, Ltd.
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    London, WC2R 3LS
    6-1: Fig. 16.3, Demek et al., in Embleton, 1984

     

     

  25. McGraw-Hill Book Company
    1221 Avenue of the Americas
    New York, NY 10020
    T-25: Fig. 23.3, Spencer, 1977

     

     

  26. MIT Press
    28 Carleton Street
    Cambridge, MA 02142
    7-2: Jennings, 1972

     

     

  27. National Geographic Society
    17th and M Street, NW
    Washington, D.C. 20036
    (All maps and photographs in this book
    attributed to NGS are copyrighted by the
    Society; used with permission, photographer
    identified in citation.)

     

     

  28. Oxford University Press
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    New York, NY 10016
    Figs. 3.82, 3.91, 6.49, 6.51,
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  29. Pergamon Press
    Maxwell House, Fairview Park
    Elmsford, NY 10523
    9-6: Paterson, 1981
    11-3: Fig. 11, Howard and Mitchell, 1980
    11-4: Fig. 12, Panizza, 1978

     

     

  30. Princeton University Press
    41 William Street
    Princeton, NJ 08540
    KL-12.1: A. Grainger, in Morrison, 1965

     

     

  31. H. and A. W. Reed Ltd.
    182 Wakefield Street
    Wellington, New Zealand
    C-11.1: Fig. 13.41, Stevens, 1972
    C-11.2: Fig. 13.42, Stevens, 1972

     

     

  32. Sólarfilma hf
    Thingholsstraeti 27
    101 Reykjavik, Iceland
    G-6.1: Slide 1/2 (1962), S. Snorrason, photographer
    G-16.4: Slide 18/5 (1962), S. Snorrason, photographer

     

     

  33. Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
    175 Fifth Avenue
    New York, NY 10010
    The following appear in Green and Short,
    1971
    (original sources identified in Part 2, App. B):
    V-2.3: Plate 167 B
    V-3.4: 73 A
    V-4.1: 92 B
    V-4.2: 49 A
    V-7.3: 97 A
    V-15.4: 30 A
    V-16.3: 36 B
    V-18.2: 20 A
    V-19.1: 21 B
    V-26.2: 31 A
    V-27.3: 36 A

     

     

  34. Franz Steiner Verlag Gmb H
    Friedrichstrasse 24
    Postfache 5529
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    West Germany
    F-22.1: Sternberg, 1975

     

     

  35. The University of Chicago Press
    5801 S. Ellis Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60637
    Table 4-1: Milliman and Meade, 1983
    6-1 and 6-2: Figs. 4 and 5, Inman and
    Nordstrom, 1971

     

     

  36. Anstatt Georg Westerman
    (Westerman Sat Photo)
    Braunschieg, West Germany
    T-25: Landsat mosaic

     

     

  37. John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
    605 Third Avenue
    New York, NY 10158
    Table 3-1: Adapted from Rittman, 1962
    C-18.3: Hopley, 1982
    KL-12.3: Fig. 24.13, Thornbury, 1965
    9-1: Fig. on p. viii, Denton and Hughes, 1981
    G-4: Fig. 3.6, Denton and Hughes, 1981
    G-19.4: Fig. 13.8, Sugden and John, 1976
    9-21: Fig. 8-1, Flint, 1971
    9-22A: Fig. 26.16, Strahler, 1960
    Table 9-2: Table 4-C, Flint, 1971
    Table 9-5: Table 13.1, Embleton and King, 1975

     

Structural Geology Students

The following students in the Spring 1984 class in Structural Geology (Geol. 341) at the University of Maryland-College Park (Paul D. Lowman, Jr., Instructor) are gratefully acknowledged for their assistance in researching background material for many of the Plates comprising the Tectonic Landforms Chapter:

Deborah Bradley    Andrea Mongeon
Kathleen Burch    Elizabeth Montgomerie
April Cannon    Ernest Monti
Thomas Davis    Diana Obler
Donovan Duggan    Charles O´Carroll
Steven Eichenger    Clifford Oliver
Judith Elkins    Judith Owens
Kenneth Emerick    Daniel Pazdersky
Lisa Ettlinger    Mark Pedersen
David Falatko    Cynthia Poston
Alan Fisk    Winston Riley
John Fleming    George Sauer
David Greenan    Brenda Seylar
Andrew Hartten    Thomas Skelly
Mark Hensler    Adam Smith
Deborah Knox    Timothy Stacy
Mohanjeet Kohli    Robert Tucci
James Lang    Michael Tuttle
Gregory Lee    Edward Udelson
Alan Levine    Mark Watson
Hollis Mason    Patricia Watterson
Tom McCollum    Michelle Webb
Dennis McElrath    Kathleen Wehnes
Joseph Mickum    Ellen Wilson
David Miller    Pablo Yanez

 

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