2 edition of Geologic map (scale 1:250,000) of the Penokean orogen, central and eastern Minnesota, and accompanying text found in the catalog.
Geologic map (scale 1:250,000) of the Penokean orogen, central and eastern Minnesota, and accompanying text
D. L. Southwick
|Statement||[D.L. Southwick, G.B. Morey, and Peter L. McSwiggen].|
|Series||Report of investigations (Minnesota Geological Survey) -- 37.|
|Contributions||Morey, G. B., McSwiggen, Peter L., Minnesota Geological Survey|
|LC Classifications||MINNRI37 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||88-623508|
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