2 edition of Contributions to mineralogy from the United States Geological survey found in the catalog.
Contributions to mineralogy from the United States Geological survey
Frank Wigglesworth Clarke
|Statement||by F. W. Clarke, W. F. Hillebrand, F. L. Ransome, S. L. Penfield, Waldemar Lindgren, George Steiger, and W. T. Schaller.|
|Series||U.S. Geological survey. Bulletin, no. 262|
|Contributions||Hillebrand, W. F. 1853-1925, Ransome, Frederick Leslie, 1868-1935., Penfield, Samuel Lewis, 1856-1906., Lindgren, Waldemar, 1860-1939., Steiger, George, 1869-1944., Schaller, Waldemar T. b. 1882.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||147, v p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||gs 05000825|
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PREFATORY NOTE. By F. CLAKKE. Although mineralogical research occupies a relatively small place among the many varied activities of the United States Geological Survey, it is by no means neglected. From time to time interestingAuthor: Frank Wigglesworth Clarke.
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