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<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Corral Point, Santa Cruz Island'''</span> is on the south side of the island between Laguna Harbor to the west and Alamos Anchorage to the east. In 1934 Charles K. Green established a survey station on this “very sharp, rocky, precipitous point two miles east of Gull Island.” The station’s elevation is 69 feet where a standard disk is set in concrete. The surveyor noted that landing on the sand beach [Laguna Harbor] in the bite just west of the station was dangerous. This triangulation station appears on the Santa Cruz Island Sheet B topographic map. [UTM 11: North 3,761,166 East 424,214].
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Corral Point, Santa Cruz Island'''</span> is located:
: “on the south side of the island between Laguna Harbor to the west and Alamos Anchorage to the east."
 
In 1934 Charles K. Green established a survey station on this “very sharp, rocky, precipitous point two miles east of Gull Island.” The station’s elevation is 69 feet where a standard disk is set in concrete. The surveyor noted that landing on the sand beach [Laguna Harbor] in the bite just west of the station was dangerous. This triangulation station appears on the Santa Cruz Island Sheet B topographic map.  
 
The horizontal coordinates were established by classical geodetic methods and adjusted by the National Geodetic Survey in June 1996.
 
*[UTM 11: North 3,761,166.550 East 424,214.619].

Latest revision as of 00:23, 10 August 2015

Corral Point, Santa Cruz Island is located:

“on the south side of the island between Laguna Harbor to the west and Alamos Anchorage to the east."

In 1934 Charles K. Green established a survey station on this “very sharp, rocky, precipitous point two miles east of Gull Island.” The station’s elevation is 69 feet where a standard disk is set in concrete. The surveyor noted that landing on the sand beach [Laguna Harbor] in the bite just west of the station was dangerous. This triangulation station appears on the Santa Cruz Island Sheet B topographic map.

The horizontal coordinates were established by classical geodetic methods and adjusted by the National Geodetic Survey in June 1996.

  • [UTM 11: North 3,761,166.550 East 424,214.619].