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These are the loose sheets that professionals use. Special 6-groove round punches fit Rite in No. 200 (43455), No. 9200 (49440), and No. 9200T (49441) Rain Ring Binders. 4-5 / 8˝ x 7˝ sheet size. Pack of 100 sheets.
While a pencil works great with rite in the rain products, sometimes a pen is needed. Don't worry about running out of ink, refills will accommodate all models of rite in the rain pens.
Field desk for geologists and professional explorers. Stores 8 1/2 x 11 in. Sheets (up to 200 sheets), pencils and other field equipment inside the durable polydura plastic housing. With a warmer feel than a conveniently lightweight and...
There are many granulometric scales in use, but the Udden-Wentworth scale (commonly known as the Wentworth scale) is the most widely used in geology.
These are the loose sheets that professionals use. Special 6-groove round punches fit Rite in No. 200 (43455), No. 9200 (49440), and No. 9200T (49441) Rain Ring Binders. 4-5 / 8˝ x 7˝ sheet size. Pack of 100 sheets. Tough, durable and weather...
Get the same rite in the rain quality with replacement 4-3 / 4 "x 7-1 / 2" blades. Fits No. 200 and No. 210 ring binders. Sold in packs of 100 sheets. size - 4-3 / 4 '' x 7-1 / 2 ''
The rite in the rain pocket notebooks are the ideal size to carry everywhere. Polydura cover and universal stripe pattern. Size 6 '' x 6 '' Page pattern: universal. Argollado: upper spiral. Cover: yellow polydura. Number of sheets: 50.
This new edition is a revision of the previously published Geological Society of America (GSA) Rock Color Chart prepared by the Rock Color Tables Committee. Included are 115 color chips with Munsell's numerical designation to identify the rock...
This Notebook Comes In 4 5/8 "X 7" Pages Size, Polydura Cover And Side Rings.
64 Pages (32 Sheets). They Are Compatible With Covers No. C980. Size: 4 5/8 X 7 In. Page Pattern: Metric Grid.
Binding: Lateral Spiral. Cover: Polydura (Yellow). Number of Pages: 64 Weight: 0.2 Pounds Number of Sheets: 32