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Series: Geological Survey Professional Paper

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The Contributions of Ranger Photographs to Understanding the Geology of the Moon by N. J. Trask599-J
Early and Middle Cambrian Trilobites from Antarctica by Allison R. Palmer456-D
Experimental Photogrammetry of Lunar Images by Sherman S. C. Wu1046-D
Geometric Interpretation of Lunar Craters by Richard J. Pike1046-C
Glacial and Postglacial Geologic History of Isle Royale National Park, Michigan by N. King Huber754-A
The Hallett Volcanic Province, Antarctica by Warren Hamilton456-C
Lunar Remote Sensing and Measurements by H. J. Moore1046-B
Missile Impact Craters (White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico) and Applications to Lunar Research by H. J. Moore812-B
Permian Sphenopsids from Antarctica by J. F. Rigby613-F
A Photoelectric-Photographic Study of the Normal Albedo of the Moon by Howard A. Pohn599-E
The Rocks and Fossils of Glacier National Park : The Story of Their Origin and History by Clyde P. Ross294-K
Stratigraphy of Part of the Lunar Near Side by Don E. Wilhelms1046-A
Summary of Lunar Stratigraphy : Telescopic Observations by Don E. Wilhelms599-F
Crystallization History of Lunar Feldspathic Basalt 14310 by Odette B. James841
Ammonites from the Navesink Formation at Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey by William Aubrey Cobban845
Geology of the Apollo 16 Area, Central Lunar Highlands by George E. Ulrich1048
The Geologic Investigation of the Taurus-Littrow Valley : Apollo 17 Landing Site by Edward W. Wolfe1080
Rock Pushing and Sampling Under Rocks on Mars by H. J. Moore1081

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