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The ["NGS"] has [http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/ds_lookup.prl?Item=STATION%20RECOVERY guidelines] on writing a ["recovery report"] for a ["station"]. (The referenced chapter 3 no longer exists). Whether or not you submit station recovery reports on the NGS site, their guidelines are good ones to use, having evolved over a lot of time. The [[NGS]] has [[http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/ds_lookup.prl?Item=STATION%20RECOVERY|guidelines]] on writing a [[recovery report]] for a [[station]]. (The referenced chapter 3 no longer exists). Whether or not you submit station recovery reports on the NGS site, their guidelines are good ones to use, having evolved over a lot of time.
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[:Found or Not Found:Determining whether or not you have found the station] [[Found or Not Found|Determining whether or not you have found the station]]
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[:Condition Definitions:Definitions of "Good", "Poor", "Not Found", "Destroyed"] [[Condition Definitions|Definitions of "Good", "Poor", "Not Found", "Destroyed"]]

Recovery Report Writing

The NGS has guidelines on writing a recovery report for a station. (The referenced chapter 3 no longer exists). Whether or not you submit station recovery reports on the NGS site, their guidelines are good ones to use, having evolved over a lot of time.

Determining whether or not you have found the station

What to note in your report

Definitions of "Good", "Poor", "Not Found", "Destroyed"

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