Series: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper

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Antarctica by Charles Swithinbank1386-B
Glaciers of Europe by Helmut Rott1386-E
Glaciers of North America by Richard S. Williams, Jr.1386-J
Glaciers of the Middle East and Africa by Ajun Kurter1386-G
Greenland by Anker Weidick1386-C
Investigations of the New Madrid seismic zone by Kaye M. Shedlock1538-A-C
The Geologic History of the Moon by Don E. Wilhelms1348
Physical Properties of the Surface Materials at the Viking Landing Sites on Mars by H. J. Moore1389
An Album of Map Projections by John P. Synder1453
Atlas of Volcanic Landforms on Mars by Carroll Ann Hodges1534
The Effect of Selected Cleaning Techniques on Berkshire Lee Marble : A Scientific Study at Philadelphia City Hall by Victor G. Mossotti1635

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