Geophysical abstracts 103, October-December 1940

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Geophysics -- Abstracts -- Periodicals., Earth sciences -- Abstracts -- Periodi
Statementcompiled by W. Ayvazoglou.
GenreAbstracts, Periodicals.
SeriesGeological Survey bulletin -- 925-D, Geophysical abstracts, 100-103, January-December 1940
ContributionsAyvazoglou, W., Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationii, p. 137-200 ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22985862M

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Ayzavoglou. Geophysical Abstracts October-December (Numbers ) By MARY C. RABBITT and S.

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VESSELOWSKY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN D Abstracts of world literature contained in periodicals, books, and patents UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT P-RINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: Author: M.C.

Rabbitt, V.L. Skitsky, S.T. Vesselowsky. (C) Geophysical AbstractsJuly-September (Nos. ) __ 93 (D) Geophysical AbstractsOctober-December (Nos. ) _ 1ST Index, January-December _____ NOTE. Geophysical Abstracts were issued in mimeographed form by the Bureau of Mines; Abstracts were published in bulletins of the Geological Survey Author: W.

Ayvazoglou. 2 GEOPHYSICAL ABSTRACTSJANUARY-MARCH Geophysical Abstracts and were issued as Information Circulars by the Bureau of Mines, and were issued as Bulletins of the Geological Survey.

Geophysical Abstracts and following numbers have been published as Bulletins of the Geological : M.C. Rabbitt, S.T. Vesselowsky. GEOPHYSICAL ABSTRACTSJANUARY-MARCH By V. SKITSKY and S.

VESSELOWSKY FOEEWOED Geophysical Abstracts' are issued by the Geophysics Branch of the Geological Survey, United States Department of the Interior, as an aid to those engaged in geophysical research and exploration. The. Geophysical Research Abstracts (GRA) was the conference series publishing the abstracts October-December 1940 book for the General Assemblies – of the European Geosciences Union (EGU).

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