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Geology of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, western San Juan Mountains, Colorado, a bedded sequence of volcanic and sedimentary rocks more than 5,000 feet thick has been intruded by stocks and laccoliths, by Calvin S. Bromfield ; prepared on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission

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Geology of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, western San Juan Mountains, Colorado, a bedded sequence of volcanic and sedimentary rocks more than 5,000 feet thick has been intruded by stocks and laccoliths, by Calvin S. Bromfield ; prepared on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
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eng
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 94-97) and index
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Geology of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, western San Juan Mountains, Colorado
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by Calvin S. Bromfield ; prepared on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
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Geological Survey bulletin, 1227
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a bedded sequence of volcanic and sedimentary rocks more than 5,000 feet thick has been intruded by stocks and laccoliths
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Bedded sequence of volcanic and sedimentary rocks more than 5,000 feet thick has been intruded by stocks and laccolithsGeology, Mount Wilson quadrangle, Colorado
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