Geochemical and geophysical survey of the Gladesville norite, Jasper County, Georgia by Robert H. Carpenter

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  • Ore deposits -- Georgia -- Jasper County.,
  • Geological surveys -- Georgia -- Jasper County.

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Statementby Robert H. Carpenter and Thomas C. Hughes.
SeriesGeorgia. Dept. of Mines, Mining and Geology. Information circular, 37, Information circular (Georgia. Dept. of Mines, Mining and Geology) ;, 37.
ContributionsHughes, Thomas C., joint author.
LC ClassificationsTN24.G4 A28 no. 37, TN24.G4 A28 no. 37
The Physical Object
Pagination7 p.
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Open LibraryOL5026172M
LC Control Number73620547

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