Landforms and Surface Materials at Selected Sites in A Part of the Shield
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Landforms and Surface Materials at Selected Sites in A Part of the Shield North-Central Manitoba (with Appendix of Testhole Data and Soil Index Properties). by Geological Survey of Canada.

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Written in English


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SeriesPaper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 75-19
ContributionsVeillette, J.
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Open LibraryOL21905164M

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