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Geologic map of the Humacao Quadrangle, Puerto Rico

By: J. W. M’Gonigle


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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Title Geologic map of the Humacao Quadrangle, Puerto Rico
Series title IMAP
Series number 1070
Subseries NONE
DOI 10. 3133/i1070
Year Published 1978
Language ENGLISH
Description 1 map ;69 x 66 cm. on sheet 97 x 124 cm. fold. in cover 31 x 25 cm.
Scale 20000
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Humacao topographic map, elevation, terrain

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About this map

Name: Humacao topographic map, elevation, terrain.

Location: Humacao, Puerto Rico, United States

Coordinates: 18.06937 -65.87770 18.20676 -65.73919

Minimum elevation: -3 ft

Maximum elevation: 1,178 ft

Average elevation: 230 ft

Humacao is located in the southeast coast of Puerto Rico. It is bordered by the municipalities of Naguabo to the north, Yabucoa to the south, and Las Piedras to the west. The Atlantic Ocean borders the city in the east. Humacao is located in the region of the Eastern Coastal Plains, with most of its territory being flat. There are minor elevations to the southwest, like Candelero Hill, and northwest, like Mabú. Humacao’s territory covers 45 square miles (117 km2).[5] Two islands belong to Humacao: Cayo Santiago and Cayo Batata.[11]

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