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Quaternary geology of the Atlantic Coastal Plain; New Jersey, Delmarva Peninsula, western shore of Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, Cape Fear Arch, Northeastern South Carolina, central South Carolina, Georgia, Florida



Quaternary geology of the Atlantic Coastal Plain; New Jersey, Delmarva Peninsula, western shore of Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, Cape Fear Arch, Northeastern South Carolina, central South Carolina, Georgia, Florida



K-2: 629-650 1991




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