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Science Reference QE76 .B53 1993

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Science Reference GB601 .E534 2005

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Index of geologic and hydrologic maps. If you can't find in USGS Publication Warehouse , you can try this.

Bierce Map Room/Atlas Z6026.G3 G83x 1998

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Guide to USGS Geologic and Hydrologic Maps 1986 : Science Reference Z6026.G3 G83x
Guide to US Government Maps. Geologic and Hydrologic Maps 1975 , 1978 : Bierce Map Room/Atlas Z6026.G3 G83x

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"Features new chapters on crystal chemistry and mineral stability diagrams, more logical treatments of morphology and internal crystal structure along with extensively revised chapters on mineral chemistry and physical properties. Includes outstanding illustrations, hand specimen photographs and transmission electron microscope structure projects." from publisher's web site

Science QE372 .D2 1993

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Describes types of maps and where to find them.

Bierce Reference GA105.3 .M372 1990

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Science Reference Q141 .W576

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