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Special Paper 506
Special Paper 506:

Late Proterozoic to Devonian Continental Sequence, Alaska

 

Special Paper 508
Special Paper 508:

Coastline and Dune Evolution along the Great Lakes 

 

Map/Chart 106
Map/Chart 106:

Geologic Map of the Southeast Face of El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, California

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