National Geographic August 1902
Topographic Work of the U. S. Geological Survey in 1902
Topographic projects scheduled for 1902 include a study of the practicality of utilizing the Colorado River for irrigation in California and Arizona.
Problems of the Pacific- -The Commerce of the Great Ocean
The problem of Pacific commerce has been solved in favor of the United States, which is ideally situated, both geographically and politically, to dominate trade in the vast markets of Asia.
Shortening Time Across the Continent
The United States seems to become smaller all the time, as ever improving trains dramatically shorten travel times for passengers and mail.
Fieldwork of the United States Geological Survey for the Season 1902
The U. S. Geological Survey has assigned many geologic and paleontological parties to fieldwork in 1902, including several to examine forest reserves.
Decisions of the U. S. Board on Geographic Names
Geographic Notes contains information on topics such as new geographic names, Alaska, and a mountain climbing organization in the United States.
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