Found looking for Reese River's name.
with some good online maps
river names in Google Maps or Earth is interesting but after 10 minutes…we await a river/stream continuous hyperlink.
Geo’s map does it.
Are more river locating maps available ? I should look in Images.
The maps You links to are OK but lack detail.
I was given one of Professor Higbee’s maps some years back.
Tour de Frogs !
Dr. Higbee. Super. I'll bet these maps are in many NE libraries surely State College's. Find the LARGE COPIER.
What I needed was a name and location for reference not paddling.
Garmin Topo USA with a GPS does the detail after finding where to look.
I follow seismic data with USGS earthquakes online using the coordinates in Google Maps bringing up a Google Earth image with waypoint for the quake location. Currently locations are often mid well field, often a spectacular view of waaaaay outback with dozens of well pads...or an earthquake type geologic formation.
Last week we found a very large seismic recording for a human sat explosion in a backyard at Bend OR...a 2.2 on the Richter. They do that in OR.
But there are rivers in there. often unknown, difficult finding with Google.
Stream & Lake Map of New England in online library catalogs or World Catalog
intergalactic spaceport ?
I use the geology.com maps in my
trip reports for the UK website Song of the Paddle. Helps the Brits get oriented as to river locations. Using the geology.com maps in jpg form, I can use my photo editing program to add text and symbols. If a stream is too small to be on the map, I can mark it in.
I’m a little partial to maps of my
neck of the river- lots of good detail here
better than Delorme map books for figuring shuttles and such