LiDAR-based geopdf for lower Chaas’héeni watershed. For the upper watershed, see IfSAR-based geopdf (green rectangle) for Dzantik’i Héeni.

Chaas’héeni, humpy creek (Sheep Creek)

After Dzanti’ki Héeni (Gold) watershed, Chaas’héeni, humpy creek (Sheep) watershed was the most heavily mined basin in Áak’w & T’aakú Aaní.

Thane Mine and lower Chaas’héeni, then and now. Dotted lines mark off forest types interpreted on page 11 of our report on the Repeat Photography project.

The Navy flew its first cartographic airphoto transects in 1926. Overlapping images for the mouth of Chaas’héeni, humpy stream (Sheep Creek) can be viewed in 3D with a stereoscope.

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GeoPDFs Gold&Sheep watersheds

Medium-resolution GeoPDF pair for field navigation in Dzantik’i Héeni (Gold) and Chaas’héeni (Sheep) watersheds. In apps such as Avenza, on…

2018 | Richard Carstensen | 2 geoPDFs

GeoPDFs Chaas’héeni (Sheep Creek)

High-resolution GeoPDF pair for field navigation at Chaas’héeni, humpy stream (Sheep Creek), and Koosh, oozing sore (Thane area) The Olson/Kunz…

2018 | Richard Carstensen | 2 geoPDFs