The Clinometer Rule as part of a Geologist's Equipment

CIM Bulletin1929
MOST geologists have felt the need of a longer base than is ordinarily available when using a Brunton compass or other convenient instrument for taking strikes and dips in the field. To overcome this difficulty a lath or stick with straight parallel sides is frequently used. This accessory adds to the accuracy of the work, but it is a decidedly inconvenient one for the geologist to carry, especially if he be heavily loaded or is travelling on horse-back or through thick brush on foot.
Keywords: Additions, Applications, Bearings, Benefits, Brunton compass, Clinometer, gnomon, straight edge, strike and dip, Equipment, Not Available, Operation, Rock, Rocks, Suits
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