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Relationships between physical and chemical properties of the brassfield limestone (silurian) in indiana, ohio, and kentucky



Relationships between physical and chemical properties of the brassfield limestone (silurian) in indiana, ohio, and kentucky



Miscellany Michigan, Geological Survey Division: 127-137




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