2 edition of Contributions to economic geology, 1902 found in the catalog.
Contributions to economic geology, 1902
S. F. Emmons
|Statement||S.F. Emmons, C.W. Hayes.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 213|
|Contributions||Hayes, C. W. 1859-1916., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||449|
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This bulletin has been prepared primarily with a view to securing prompt publication of the economic results of investigations by the United States Geological Survey. It is designed to meet the wants of the busy man, and is so condensed that he will be able to obtain results and conclusions with a minimum expenditure of time and energy.
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The Survey's Contributions to economic geology have been pub lished annually since In the increase in the number of papers coming under this classification made it necessary to divide the contributions into two parts, one including papers on metals and nonmetals except fuels and the other including papers on mineral : David White.
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The identifying numbers in the left margins are numbers informally assigned for this index only and should not be used to identify the report in a bibliographic citation or in trying to obtain a report.Title: Contribution to Economic Geology,Lead and zinc resources of the United States Publication: U.S.
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