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Rite in the Rain® Geology Field Book with Reference
Rite in the Rain

Rite in the Rain® Geology Field Book with Reference

Item #: 49217
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Rite in the Rain Geology Field Book with Reference

Regular-sized field book, hardbound cloth cover, 78 Leaves, 4-3/4” x 7-1/2”

More than just your ordinary field book, these Field Books with Reference were developed through input from environmental and geology professionals! Water-resistant pages are numbered and include header sections. This handy field book features abbreviations for field notes, grain-size scales, graphs for determining the size of sedimentary particles, comparison charts for estimating percentage composition, soil classification charts, metamorphic rock chart, geologic map symbols and measurement conversions. Page headings allow you to document each page with location, date and project/client. Hardbound cloth cover provides rugged durability.

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Quick Specs

Brand Rite in the Rain
MPN 540F
UPC 632281540212
UNSPSC 41114200
Made In United States

Quick Specs

Brand: Rite in the Rain
MPN: 540F
UPC: 632281540212
UNSPSC: 41114200
Made In: United States

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This is an excellent field book that I take with me on every outing. The binding is very durable and remains tight after months of use in the field with no signs of wear, and the pages are sturdy and very resistant to tearing. The solid, inflexible cover makes a nice flat surface to assist with measuring attitudes in the field. The quick reference guide and north-arrow scale in the back are valuable resources in the field. This is the best field notebook for geological field work, hands down.


As a field book it is very good and contains valuable reference materials.


Close to the perfect geological note book, easy to carry with it's compact size, resistent to dust, rain, and déformations. The references are usefull and the scale sheat too. I never go to the field without it.