2 edition of Index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana found in the catalog.
Index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana
J. M. Chelini
Errata slip inserted.
|Other titles||Preliminary compilation, index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana.|
|Statement||by J.M. Chelini.|
|Series||Special publication / Bureau of Mines and Geology ;, 29|
|LC Classifications||Z6034.U5 M85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||64064331|
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Index of Unpublished Geologic Studies in Montana,Special Publication, 88 pages with 2 maps in back pocket. Paperback – January 1, by J. Chelini (Author)Author: J. Chelini. Index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana: Preliminary compilation (Special publication / Bureau of Mines and Geology) [J.
M Chelini] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. OCLC Number: Notes: Abstracts of unpublished papers. Description: iii, 88 pages: maps (folded in pocket) ; 28 cm. Contents: Introduction --Explanation of lists --Availability of studies --Acknowledgments --Part I, Studies plotted on Plates 1 and 2 --Part II, Regional studies not plotted --General geology --Geophysics --Mineralogy, petrology --Mining districts --Stratigraphy.
Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chelini, J. Index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana. Butte: Montana School of Mines. Previous ed. by J.M. Chelini published under title: Index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana.
Description: iii, 48 pages maps (2 folded color in pocket) 28 cm. Series Title: Special publication (Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology), Other Titles: Graduate theses on Montana geology: Responsibility: Compiled by R.B.
Berg. SP 29 / Chelini, J. / INDEX OF UNPUBLISHED GEOLOGIC STUDIES IN MONTANA, Butte, pb, 81 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), used, $ 5 SP 31 / Anonymous / STRATIGRAPHIC CORRELATIONS FOR MONTANA AND ADJACENT AREAS, Butte. one large folded sheet, used $ 5. Chelini, J.M.,Index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana (Supereceded by SP53): Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Special Publicat 88 p.
Price $ Chellini, J.M.,Preliminary compilation, index of unpublished geologic studies in Montana: Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology Special Publicat 81 p. Price: $ Document Version: Final Document Status: Superseded Description: Subject(s) GEOLOGIC STUDIES. Open-file Report Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology GC5 M, located in the MBMG vertical files in the Map area on 4th floor; Report of Investigation Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology TNR37, located on the 4th floor; Montana Atlas Series GC5M66, located in the MBMG vertical files in the Map area on 4th floor.
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