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Geology and mineral resources of North Carolina

Jasper L. Stuckey

Geology and mineral resources of North Carolina

by Jasper L. Stuckey

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Published in Raleigh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- North Carolina,
  • Mines and mineral resources -- North Carolina

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jasper L. Stuckey and Warren G. Steel
    SeriesNorth Carolina. Dept. of Conservation and Development. Division of Mineral Resources. Educational series -- no. 3
    ContributionsSteel, Warren G
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 34 p.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17867026M
    LC Control Number54000005

    The minerals and mineral localities of North Carolina. p. Genth, F. A. and Kerr, W. C. The minerals and mineral localities of North Carolina. Reprint of in: Geology of North Carolina, Second Volume, Chapter 1, p. Genth, Frederick Augustus. Resources Rock and Mineral Field Guides. Dixon, Dougal, , The Practical Geologist: The Introductory Guide to the Basics of Geology and to Collecting and Identifying and Schuster: New York. Johnsen, O., , Minerals of the ton University Press: Princeton, NJ.

    An index to articles on gold geology, mining, prospecting, history, and tools. Circum-Pacific Council Publications for Energy and Mineral Resources Coastal Studies and Coastal Geomorphology Colorado New Zealand Geology North Carolina North Dakota Oceanography Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Ore Deposits and Mining Roadside Geology Books Rock, Mineral, and Gem Books Rock Specimens Rocks with Gemstone Applications.

    Current Professional and Scholarly Interests Dr. Riggs is a coastal and marine geologist who has been doing research on modern coastal systems since and has been on the faculty at East Carolina University since Similar Items. Bedrock geology and mineral resources of the Knoxville 1° x 2° quadrangle Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina / by: Robinson, Gilpin R., Jr., Published: () Cobalt-bearing manganese deposits of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee / by: Pierce, William Gamewell, Published: ().


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