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If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:reference mark:RM] 1 then you have''' not''' found the correct disk. Refer to [:ReferenceMain:this] section to help you find the correct disk If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:azimuth mark:AZ ]then you have''' not''' found the correct disk. Refer to [:ReferenceMain:this] section to help you find the correct disk If you found a disk that has any other writing but not CREEK, then you have''' not''' found the correct disk '''whether or not''' it is in the right place.  * If you found a disk that says: CREEK then you have found the correct disk, even if it has a date with it, like CREEK 1959.
 * If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:reset:RESET] then you have '''not''' found the correct disk.
 * If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:reference mark:RM]1 then you have''' not''' found the correct disk. Refer to [:ReferenceMain:this] section to help you find the correct disk
 * If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:azimuth mark:AZ ]then you have''' not''' found the correct disk. Refer to [:ReferenceMain:this] section to help you find the correct disk
 * If you found a disk that has some other writing but not CREEK, then you have''' not''' found the correct disk '''whether or not''' it is in exactly the right place.
=== If the mark you found is a water tower: ===
Read the datasheet carefully to note the description of the water tower, and the first date the water tower was reported or established as a survey mark. For example, the datasheet says the water tower has 4 legs, has a cone shaped top, and was monumented in 1931.

 * If you found a water tower that has 6 legs or just one leg (a standpipe), then the water tower ["station"] has been replaced, and the water tower station described is destroyed.
 * If y ou found a water tower that looks newer than one built in 1931, then the water tower station has been replaced, and the water tower station described is destroyed.
 * If you found a water tower that has 5 legs and a round top, then the water tower station has been replaced, and the water tower station described is destroyed.

The most important aspect of what kind of log or recovery report to make is determining whether you have found the correct mark.

If the mark you found is a disk:

First look at the ["datasheet"] and read the [:designation:Designation] field. For example, the designation shown on the datasheet is: CREEK.

  • If you found a disk that says: CREEK then you have found the correct disk, even if it has a date with it, like CREEK 1959.
  • If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:reset:RESET] then you have not found the correct disk.

  • If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:reference mark:RM]1 then you have not found the correct disk. Refer to [:ReferenceMain:this] section to help you find the correct disk

  • If you found a disk that says: CREEK [:azimuth mark:AZ ]then you have not found the correct disk. Refer to [:ReferenceMain:this] section to help you find the correct disk

  • If you found a disk that has some other writing but not CREEK, then you have not found the correct disk whether or not it is in exactly the right place.

If the mark you found is a water tower:

Read the datasheet carefully to note the description of the water tower, and the first date the water tower was reported or established as a survey mark. For example, the datasheet says the water tower has 4 legs, has a cone shaped top, and was monumented in 1931.

  • If you found a water tower that has 6 legs or just one leg (a standpipe), then the water tower ["station"] has been replaced, and the water tower station described is destroyed.
  • If y ou found a water tower that looks newer than one built in 1931, then the water tower station has been replaced, and the water tower station described is destroyed.
  • If you found a water tower that has 5 legs and a round top, then the water tower station has been replaced, and the water tower station described is destroyed.

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