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Geophysical surveys of the southeastern coastal plain; Part II, Preliminary geologic interpretation of new aeromagnetic maps of part of the coastal plain of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia



Geophysical surveys of the southeastern coastal plain; Part II, Preliminary geologic interpretation of new aeromagnetic maps of part of the coastal plain of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia



Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 7(7): 1327-1328




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