2 edition of Palæozoic formations in the light of the pulsation theory found in the catalog.
Palæozoic formations in the light of the pulsation theory
Amadeus W. Grabau
1936 by University Press, the National University of Peking in [Peiping] .
Written in English
Most of the folded maps and the folded profiles are in pockets.
|Other titles||Pulsation theory.|
|Statement||by Amadeus W. Grabau.|
|LC Classifications||QE654 .G7|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||38006176|
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Palæozoic formations in the light of the pulsation theory. Grabau, Amadeus W. (Amadeus William), Palæozoic formations in the light of the pulsation theory. Most of the folded maps and the folded profiles are in pockets.
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