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    • Cecilton Quadrangle 

      U.S. Geological Survey (1988)
      This series of orthophoto quadrangles covers the Chesapeake Bay area of Maryland, including the tidal reaches of the major bay tributaries. The source documents were produced by the U.S. Geological Survey from 1988-1989 ...
    • The Century Atlas of Maryland and Delaware 

      Unknown author (Century Co., 1897)
    • Chapter 2 maps and data 

      ESRI (2011-01-11)
    • Chapter 3 Workshop 

      ESRI (2011-01-18)
    • Chapter 6 Thursday Workshop 

      ESRI (2011-03-01)
    • Chapter 8 

      ESRI (2011-04-05)
    • Charles Center 

      Greater Baltimore Committee (Baltimore: Greater Baltimore Committee Inc., 1958)
    • Charles Center Physical Plan 

      Unknown author (Baltimore: Inner Harbor Management, Inc., 1969)
      2 maps ; 121 x 67 cm and 39 x 45 cm. Scale: 1:600 (1 inch = 50 feet)
    • Charles County Index 1938 

      U.S. Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) (Washington: U.S. Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1938)
      Scale ca. 1:20,000
    • Charles County Index 1952 

      U.S. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) (Washington, DC: U.S. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS), 1952)
      Scale ca. 1:20,000
    • [Charles County] Map showing well locations 

      Andreasen, D.C. (Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1999)
      This map is Plate 1 from Andreasen, D.C., “The Geohydrology and Water—Supply Potential of the Lower Patapsco Aquifer and Patuxent Aquifers in the Indian Head-Bryans Road Area, Charles, County, Maryland.” Baltimore: Maryland ...
    • Charlotte Hall Quadrangle 

      U.S. Geological Survey (1989)
      This series of orthophoto quadrangles covers the Chesapeake Bay area of Maryland, including the tidal reaches of the major bay tributaries. The source documents were produced by the U.S. Geological Survey from 1988-1989 ...
    • Chart Showing the Normal Temperature and Precipitation for Maryland 

      Maryland Geological Survey (Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1899)
      Scale 1:1,250,000. Map is from Maryland Geological Survey, 1899; Volume 3, Plate 5. Size of original printed map height 7.5 inches, width 12.5 inches
    • Chesapeake Bay Earth Science Atlas no. 1, 2 : Head of Chesapeake Bay, Approaches to Baltimore Harbor 

      Robert H. Cuthbertson (Baltimore : Maryland Geological Survey, 1987)
    • Chesapeake Bay Earth Science Atlas no. 3 : Eastern Bay and South River 

      Randall T. Kerhin (Baltimore : Maryland Geological Survey, 1980)
    • Chesapeake Bay Earth Science Atlas no. 4: Choptank River and Herring Bay 

      Jeffrey P. Halka (Baltimore : Maryland Geological Survey, 1982)
    • Chesapeake Bay Earth Science Atlas no. 5 : Patuxent River and vicinity 

      Jeffrey P. Halka and Darlene V. Wells (Baltimore : Maryland Geological Survey, 1982)
    • [Chesapeake Bay] Bathymetry 

      Cuthbertson, R. H.; Zoltan, N.; Blakeslee, P. J.; Hennessee, E.L.; Wells, D. V.; Halka, J.P.; Kerhin, R. T. (Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1988)
      This map is Plate 1 from Kerhin, R.T. , “The Surficial Sediments of Chesapeake Bay, Maryland: Physical Characteristics and Sediment Budget”. Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1988 (Report of Investigations No. 48).
    • [Chesapeake Bay] Location of Surficial Sediment Samples 

      Zoltan, N.; Halka, J.P.; Cuthbertson, R. H.; Hennessee, E.L.; Wells, D.V.; Kerhin, R. T.; Blakeslee, P. J. (Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1988)
      This map is Plate 2 from Kerhin, R.T. , “The Surficial Sediments of Chesapeake Bay, Maryland: Physical Characteristics and Sediment Budget”. Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1988 (Report of Investigations No. 48).
    • [Chesapeake Bay] Organic Carbon Content 

      Kerhin, R. T.; Blakeslee, P. J.; Halka, J.P.; Wells, D.V.; Hennessee, E.L.; Cuthbertson, R. H.; Zoltan, N. (Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1988)
      This map is Plate 5 from Kerhin, R.T. , “The Surficial Sediments of Chesapeake Bay, Maryland: Physical Characteristics and Sediment Budget”. Baltimore: Maryland Geological Survey, 1988 (Report of Investigations No. 48).