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Date of this Version

5-1945

Document Type

Article

Citation

Air Intelligence Group, Division of Naval Intelligence, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department

[United States Naval Photographic Intelligence Center, Navy Yard, Washington 25, DC]

Abstract

On the cover this report is listed as Photographic Intelligence Center Report 7, May 1945. Note: The title page was torn out.

The purpose of this report is to acquaint photo interpreters with the military geology and vegetation of eastern Asia and the western Pacific areas where World War II was fought. It contains detailed descriptions along with numerous illustrations and photographs of various types. The forward was signed by Marine Lieutenant Colonel Charles H. Cox as the Officer-in-Charge, Photographic Intelligence Center.

The report contains a list of 39 publications available and in preparation at the US Naval Photographic Intelligence Center. This report was digitized from a copy given to the University of Nebraska-Libraries in April 1948.

This report is listed in the WorldCat database as: Accession No: OCLC: 631296024

This file contains Part 1 = Landforms (67 pp.); Part 2 = Vegetation (52 pp.) is an accompanying file.

CONTENTS

SECTION I - PHYSIOGRAPHIC CYCLE AND STREAM DEVELOPMENT
PHYSIOGRAPHIC CYCLE AND STREAM DEVELOPMENT
YOUTH AND MATURITY
MEANADERS
BLENDED TYPES, GULLIES AND REJUVENATION
ALLUVIATION AND BRAIDED STREAMS
ARID, BADLAND TOPOGRAPHY; SLUMP, ALLUVIAL FANS AND LANDSLIDES
TALUS CONES, KARST TOPOGRAPHY AND
DENDRITIC DRAINAGE
TRELLIS AND RADIAL DRAINAGE

SECTION II - SHORELINES, BENCHES AND TERRACES
SHORELINES, BENCHES AND TERRACES
SUBMERGENT SHORELINES
SUBMERGENT KARST TOPOGRAPHY AND BAY MOUTH BARS
EMERGENT SHORELINES
CORAL TERRACES
DELTAS AND RIVER MOUTH DEFLECTION
NEUTRAL SHORELINES
COMPOUND SHORELINES

SECTION III - PLAINS AND PLATEAUS
PLAINS AND PLATEAUS
COASTAL, DELTA AND FLOODPLAINS
PIEDMONT PLAINS
TUNDRA PLAINS
YOUNG AND MATURE PLATEAUS
OLD PLATEAUS

SECTION IV - MOUNTAINS
MOUNTAINS
DOME AND FOLD MOUNTAINS
FAULT AND COMPLEX MOUNTAINS

SECTION V – VOLCANOS
VOLCANOS
COMPOSITE AND PARASITIC CONES
CALDERAS AND CINDER CONES
LAVA FLOWS
MUD FLOWS
LAVA CONES

SECTION VI - CORAL REEFS
CORAL REEFS
UNPROTECTED FRINGING REEFS AND REEF ROCK
PROTECTED FRINGING REEFS
ATOLLS
PHOSPHATIC CORAL ISLANDS
SHORELINE EVALUATION

SECTION VII - GLACIERS
GLACIERS
MOUNTAIN GLACIATION
TALUS GLACIERS AND MORAINES CIRQUES
HILL AND KETTLE TOPOGRAPHY

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