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Geology of selected areas in New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania and guidebook of excursions.
|Statement||Seymour Subitzky, editor.|
|Contributions||Subitzky, Seymour, 1923- ed., Geological Society of America.|
|LC Classifications||QE141 .G48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||70096027|
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Van Houten, F.B.,Late Triassic Newark Group, north central New Jersey and adjacent Pennsylvania and New York: inn Subitzky, S., ed., Geology of selected areas in New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania and guidebook of excursions; Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, p.
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Structures of the Hudson-Valley Fold-Thrust Belt in the Appalachian Foreland of Eastern New York Stephen Marshak1, This guidebook is a modification of a one that the lead authors have prepared for earlier field trips sponsored into the foreland (Figure 2). In New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the HVB merges with Pennsylvania Valley and Ridge File Size: 1MB.
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Geology and Mineral Resources of Bucks County, Pennsylvania Bradford Willard, Pennsylvania. Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey Snippet view - The Kittatinny valley, or the second Palaeozoic district. book III. District of the Orwigsburg and Stroudsburg valley.
book IV. Fourth, or northeastern district. book V. Fifth or lower Juniata district, being the south-eastern half of the Appalachian chain between the Susquehanna and Maryland. book VI. Physiographic diagram showing the major geological provinces in southeastern New York, northern New Jersey, and adjoining states.
Numbers correspond to figure numbers in the text and show approximate geographic locations of photos. Subitzky (Ed.), Geology of Selected Areas in New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania and Guidebook of Excursions, Rutgers Univ.
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