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Bedrock geology Maps maps indiana-university

1970. Kingsbury, Robert C. and Hollingsworth, John M. Detached from: Kingsbury, Robert C. Atlas of Indiana, page 17. Scale approximately 2,150,000. Department of Geography, Indiana University.

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Glacial geology. Maps maps indiana-university

1970. Kingsbury, Robert C. and Hollingsworth, John M. Shows outwash (lake and river sediments), end moraines, drift and un-glaciated bedrock Also shows Illinoian glacial boundary and Kansas glacial bou... Department of Geography, Indiana University.

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Glacial geology of Indiana Maps maps indiana-university

1958. Wayne, William J.(William John), 1922-cartographer. Base modified from U.S. Geological Survey Base map of Indiana, 1953.; Reprinted with minor modifications, 1963. Scale 1:1,000,000. Indiana Geological Survey.

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Preliminary sketch of the geology of India Maps maps university-of-minnesota

1877. Geological Survey of India. Cartographic Details: Scale 1:4055040. 1 in. to 64 miles. To accompany: A manual of the geology of India. Pt. 1-2. Calcutta: Geological Survey Offi... Office of Surveyor General of India.

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Map of Indiana showing bedrock geology Maps maps indiana-university

1970. Purcell, Roger L. Includes geological cross-section. Scale approximately 1:1,800,000. Adapted from Regional Geologic Map series, Indiana Geological Survey; drafted b... Indiana Geological Survey.

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Geological map of the lower Carboniferous area of Southern Indiana (Corydon sheet): to accompany the report on the geology of the region Maps maps indiana-university

1902. Ashley, Geo. H. (George Hall),1866-1951, Kindle, E. M. (Edward Martin),1869-1940., and Blatchley, W. S. (Willis Stanley),1859-1940. From the 27th Annual report of the Department of Geology and Natural Resources of Indiana, 1902. Includes three East-West cross-sections: through N... Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources and William B. Burford.