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<b>1</b>. A marker used by field parties to locate gravity stations, source points, geophone locations, survey locations, etc. Usually indicates a temporary location as opposed to a <b>monument</b> that is a permanent location. <b>2</b>. To locate the site for a well. <b>3</b>. An electrode, such as might be used in electrical exploration or to ground a seismic truck. <b>4</b>. To mark the boundaries of a mineral claim.
 
<b>1</b>. A marker used by field parties to locate gravity stations, source points, geophone locations, survey locations, etc. Usually indicates a temporary location as opposed to a <b>monument</b> that is a permanent location. <b>2</b>. To locate the site for a well. <b>3</b>. An electrode, such as might be used in electrical exploration or to ground a seismic truck. <b>4</b>. To mark the boundaries of a mineral claim.
 
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1. A marker used by field parties to locate gravity stations, source points, geophone locations, survey locations, etc. Usually indicates a temporary location as opposed to a monument that is a permanent location. 2. To locate the site for a well. 3. An electrode, such as might be used in electrical exploration or to ground a seismic truck. 4. To mark the boundaries of a mineral claim.