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Geology of Illinois

by Kolata, Dennis R. / Nimz, Cheryl K. - Editors

Condition: Fine /J Fine

Urbana/Champaign, Illinois: Illinois State Geological Surv. 2010. F First Edition Used. H Hard Cover. Fine. xiv + 530 pp, preface, acknowledgments, 30 papers by contributors under six subject headings 1. Perspectives on Illinois Geology 2. tectonics and structural geology. 3. geological history and the stratigraphic record of illinois; 4.Mineral resources of illinois. 5. groundwater resources of illinois. 6.geological applications: land use and environmental hazards in illinois,.. epilog, appendixes I & II, list of contributors, index. Text embellished with with illustrations in color - maps - visual info - each paper with references. 8.3" x 11.3" brown cloth boards in illustrated DJ. Book shows no sign of previous use.


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