The data collection sheets are designed to be collated into a small field size notebook. Additional field note sheets and a stratigraphic description sheet have also been created. Covers such as a pressboard data binder can be used to create a simple and flexible field notebook from these pages with unlimited flexibility.
A. Developed In–house: Equipment not readily available or available for considerable cost are described with simple plans for construction.
B. Commercially Available: Use of specific company names and products does not constitute an endorsement of the product. These are given as examples used for many field seasons with reliable performance.
The Judson Mead Geologic Field Station of Indiana University is in the Tobacco Root Mountains, 40 miles southeast of Butte, Montana, and 65 miles west of Bozeman.
The heart of the Field Station is the Charles F. Deiss Lodge, the focus for meals, recreation, study, and evening work sessions.
The Willow Creek Watershed in the eastern Tobacco Root Mountains is an outdoor laboratory for teaching, research, and applied investigations.