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Intracanyon flows of the Columbia River Basalt group in the southwest part of the Columbia Plateau and adjacent Cascade Range, Oregon and Washington



Intracanyon flows of the Columbia River Basalt group in the southwest part of the Columbia Plateau and adjacent Cascade Range, Oregon and Washington



Bulletin - Washington Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources 77: 249-267




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