7 edition of Military geology and topography found in the catalog.
|Statement||Herbert E. Gregory, editor. Prepared and issued under the auspices of the Division of Geology and Geography, National Research Council.|
|Contributions||Gregory, Herbert E. 1869-1952.|
|LC Classifications||QE33 .N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., [iii]-xv, 281 p.|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||18020624|
During the American Civil War, geology and physiography figured prominently in military activities in southwestern Virginia. In this region, strategic mineral operations and the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, all crucial to the Confederate war effort, drew the . During World War I () military geological service to the armies became extensive and systematic. In the English, American, German, and Austro-Hungarian armies special military geology services were formed, whereas in the Russian, French, and certain other armies civilian geologists and scientific research establishments were involved in solving geological questions in the theaters of war.
Military geology is the application of geological theory to warfare and the peacetime practices of the military. The formal practice of military geology began during the Napoleonic Wars; however, geotechnical knowledge has been applied since the earliest days of siege warfare. In modern warfare military geologists are used for terrain analysis, engineering, and the identification of resources. The Naval & Military Press offer specialist books and ground breaking CD-ROMs for the serious student of conflict. Our hand picked range of books covers the whole spectrum of military history with titles on uniforms, battles, official and regimental histories, specialist works containing medal rolls and casualties lists as well as titles for.
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Military Geology and Topography: A Presentation of Certain Phases of Geology, Geography and Topography for Military Purposes Get This Book MyNAP members save 10% online. Login or. Excerpt from Military Geology and Topography: A Presentation of Certain Phases of Geology, Geography and Topography for Military Purposes In addition to those furnished by the - authors many illustrations have been supplied by the Director of the United States Geological : Herbert E.
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Military Geology and Topography A Presentation of Certain Phases of Geology, Geography and Topography for Military Purposes by Herbert E. Gregory Ancient Mineralogy by Nathaniel Fish Moore Contributions to Economic Geology (Short Papers and Preliminary Reports), Mineral Fuels by. Military geology and topography, a presentation of certain phases of geology, geography and topography for military purposes by National Research Council (U.S.).
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In addition to the introductory paper this volume includes 24 papers, covering selected aspects of the history of military geology from the early 19th century through the recent Persian Gulf war, military education and operations, terrain analysis, engineering geology in the military, use of military geology in diplomacy and peace keeping, and.
Military geography is a sub-field of geography that is used by the military, as well as academics and politicians, to understand the geopolitical sphere through the military lens. To accomplish these ends, military geographers consider topics from geopolitics to physical locations’ influences on military operations and the cultural and economic impacts of a military presence.
Geology and topography have placed important constraints on military operations since the beginning of organized warfare. The movement of troops on foot, on horseback, or in motorized vehicles can be hindered by topography and soil conditions. Read the full-text online edition of Military Geology and Topography: A Presentation of Certain Phases of Geology, Geography and Topography for Military Purposes ().
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Regrettably, sinceactive-duty practice of military geology and topographic engineering has been career-killing, and therefore most commanders do not establish such a technical proficiency. Germany found, at least bygeologic knowledge to be essential to the advantageous commitment of troops.
Get this from a library. Military geology and topography, a presentation of certain phases of geology, geography and topography for military purposes. [Herbert E Gregory; National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Geology and Geography.]. Military geology and topography, a presentation of certain phases of geology, geography and topography for military purposes.
by National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Geology and Geography,Herbert E. (Herbert Ernest) Gregory. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it *. He and Ehlen presented their work at the meeting of the Geological Society of America; an article is forthcoming in a book titled Military Geography and Geology.
Topography—that is, the surface of the soil and its relation to other areas—influences efficiency of operation. In modern mechanized farming, large, relatively level fields allow for lower operating costs.
Power equipment may be used to modify topography, but. Military Geology in a Changing World William Leith. (such is the story John McPhee documents in his book, Irons in the Fire).
Military underground facilities are often built to use topography, geologic structure, and rock depth and hardness as protection. The military geologist compiles what Thomas Eastler and others in coined. Military Topography a branch of topography in which methods and means of obtaining information about terrain in the interests of the combat activity of troops are studied.
Military topography includes the study of topo-graphical maps, aerial photographs, and other documents about the terrain and their use for the control of troops; methods of conducting.
This book contains a selection of papers from the International Military Geology and Geography Conference, held at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York in June Studies in Military Geography and Geology expands a series of recent publications originating from conferences and symposia on military geology that began in.
Geology and topography have placed important constraints on military operations since the beginning of organized warfare. The movement of troops on foot, on horseback, or in motorized vehicles can be hindered by topography and soil conditions.
Bedrock type and strength are important factors in the.Each DeLorme Atlas provides statewide road and topographic map coverage for an entire state in a single convenient book. See sample maps below. Any State Ships Promptly by Priority Mail - Topographic Maps - complete state coverage - Streets, Highways & Backroads - all public roads - Lakes, Rivers & Streams - ramps & access areas.
Topography is an expression, by means of physical features, not only of the geology of a country, but to a very large extent of its geological history. So much is this so that if on a map the geology and topography do not fit snugly together either one or the other is wrongly mapped.