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Missouri Division of Geology and Land Survey, Geological Survey Program

Field notebooks contain original notes by geologists performing field work or in-office analyses at or in connection with the Missouri Geological Survey. They relate to Missouri geology and reflect evolving interpretations of stratigraphy, lithology, ore formation, etc.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Field notes
Field notebooks contain original notes by geologists performing field work or in-office analyses at or in connection with the Missouri Geological Survey. They relate to Missouri geology and reflect evolving interpretations of stratigraphy, lithology, ore formation, etc.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Field notes
Field notebooks contain original notes by geologists performing field work or in-office analyses at or in connection with the Missouri Geological Survey. They relate to Missouri geology and reflect evolving interpretations of stratigraphy, lithology, ore formation, etc.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Field notes
Field notebooks contain original notes by geologists performing field work or in-office analyses at or in connection with the Missouri Geological Survey. They relate to Missouri geology and reflect evolving interpretations of stratigraphy, lithology, ore formation, etc.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Field notes
Field notebooks contain original notes by geologists performing field work or in-office analyses at or in connection with the Missouri Geological Survey. They relate to Missouri geology and reflect evolving interpretations of stratigraphy, lithology, ore formation, etc.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Field notes
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