2 edition of Twelve maps summarizing the geologic framework of southeastern Nebraska found in the catalog.
Twelve maps summarizing the geologic framework of southeastern Nebraska
Raymond R Burchett
by Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska in Lincoln
Written in English
|Statement||by R. R. Burchett and M. P. Carlson|
|Series||Nebraska. University. Conservation and Survey Division. Report of investigations -- no. 1|
|Contributions||Carlson, Marvin P., joint author|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
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Learn about the Geology of Nebraska with maps, photos and expert descriptions! This 6"x9" paperback has pages that are packed with detailed information about Nebraska Geology. See . Geophysical and geologic maps of Mountain Pass and vicinity, California and Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Map is a series of products that consists of geophysical and geologic maps of Mountain Pass and vicinity, California. Maps A and B (red outline in above map image) are gravity and aeromagnetic maps, respectively.
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Twelve Maps Summarizing the Geologic Framework of Southeastern Nebraska Paperback – January 1, by R. Burchett (Author)Author: R. Burchett. Twelve Maps Summarizing the Geologic Framework of Southeastern Nebraska By R.
Burcheii and M.P. Carlson This publication is the first in a series of planned reports designed to make more generally available the results of regional and special investi- gations. Many of the regional studies by the Geological Survey are com.
Twelve maps summarizing the geologic framework of southeastern Nebraska. Lincoln, Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska, (OCoLC) Citation. Burchett, R.R., Carlson, M.P. Twelve Maps Summarizing the Geologic Framework of Southeastern Nebraska.
Conservation and Survey Division, University of : R. Burchett, M. Carlson. University of Nebraska - Lincoln [email protected] of Nebraska - Lincoln Conservation and Survey Division Natural Resources, School of Twelve Maps Summarizing the Geologic Framework of Southeastern Nebraska R.
Burchett University of Nebraska-Lincoln M. Carlson University of Nebraska-LincolnAuthor: R. Burchett, M. Carlson. Geologic Framework of the Niobrara River Drainage Basin and Adjacent Areas in South Dakota Generally East of the th Meridian West Longitude and West of the Missouri River (GSI-9) $ Distribution and Subdivision of Precambrian and Lower and Middle Paleozoic Rocks in the Subsurface of Nebraska (GSI-3) $ Pre-statehood early geologic maps of Nebraska.
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