BLT Research Team Final Report on The 1998 Cove Cropcircle Formation PAGE 2
Fi . 3: Barley plant stem nodes from College Ward, Utah (KS04-11) CROP FORMATION Top: nodes from Control Sample # 5 (56' from circle A edge); Bottom: nodes from Formation Sample #24 (Circle B), showing elongation and bending. .
Update on: 12/13/2005
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College Ward, Utah crop circle; aerial photo showing large areas of randomly downed crop adjacent to formation, and diagram showing dimensions.
Dimensions of circle formation
Fig. 4: Relationship between mean node lengths (in mm.) of circle plants and mean levels of magnetic material (in mg./g-soil) found in the circle soils. A rough linear relationship is demonstrated. Relationship between Node Lengths and Magnetic material in circle formations
Diagram of circle formation layout
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