I suspect that QR Code takes you to the river data page for that stationKnowsOpie wrote:Thought I spotted a Munzee there too.
Hey, would you look at that...it's a Tidal Station. Not found in the NGS DataExplorer but maybe in DSWorld (I will check later tonight).
Oh, KnowsOpie, about your new listing US Benchmark GA0354 ~Lebanon, Virginia
Consider putting in a report to the NGS about that one, since the last recovery they have on record in from 1963. I;m sure they would appreciate the report and photos. The coordinates are "adjusted" so they won't need those. Yes, even though it has been reported on the frog site, those do not go to NGS - you need to complete a separate form.
And FWIW, on NGS a "GPS" is a survey grade GPS worth$$$ and they set it over a station for at least 4 hours to get coordinates. But they will accept coordinates from handheld GPS units, and those are notes as "handheld"
I think we should get an "agency" code from NGS for report marks, maybe something like "OPENCA" or "OCNA". It's clear to me they are interested in public engagement and geocacher engagement and include links to the groundspeak benchmarking site. Maybe OCNA could be listed there as well?
Anyway, also want to add that I played around a bit with the format for one of my listings, take a look and let me know what you all think