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A topographical map of the vicinity of Barnegat Bay with the greater part of Ocean County
- Trenton, N.J. : Geological Survey of New Jersey, 1888.
- Geological Survey of New Jersey. Atlas Sheet 13 (Barnegat) (1888) Geological Survey of New Jersey. Annual Report of the Geologist 1887 Companion text: Topographic Survey / Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule. Annual report of the State Geologist for the year 1887 / George H. Cook. Trenton, NJ: Geological Survey New Jersey. Annual Report 1887. 1887. 10-19pp. 1fig. See also: Annual report of the State Geologist for the year 1888 / George H. Cook. Camden, NJ: Geological Survey of New Jersey. Annual Report 1888. 1889. 7-9pp. Relief shown by 10 ft. contour interval and spot heights. Depths shown by 10 ft. contour interval at mean or half tide. Originally bound together (1-20sh.) to form the "Atlas of New Jersey", "from original surveys and levelings, excepting the shore-lines of Barnegat Bay which are principally from the plane-table sheets of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Based on the triangulation of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey." Lithographed by Julius Bien and Co., NY. In upper margin: Geological Survey of New Jersey. Atlas sheet no. 13 (Barnegat). Map reference is also found in the volume with call number: DOC 8565.672 1887.
- Topographic maps, Bathymetric maps, and Ocean County (N.J.)—Maps
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- G3811.C2.svar.N4J4 no.13 1888
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