Geology of the Iniskin-Tuxedni region, Alaska. by Robert L. Detterman and John K. Hartsock

  • 78 Pages
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  • English

Dept. of the Interior , Washington
Geology - Alaska - Iniskin region, Geology - Alaska - Tuxedni r
ContributionsHartsock, J.K.
The Physical Object
Pagination78 p.
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Open LibraryOL22023405M

Get this from a library. Geology of the Iniskin-Tuxedni region, Alaska: a study of the highly fossiliferous Jurassic rocks on the west side of Cook Inlet and an account of the petroleum exploration on Iniskin Peninsula. [Robert L Detterman; John K Hartsock; Geological. GEOLOGY OF THE INISKIN-TUXEDNI REGION, ALASKA By ROBERT L.

DETTEEMAN and JOHN K. HAETSOCK ABSTRACT The Iniskin-Tuxedni region, on the west side of Cook Inlet, Alaska, is an area of about square miles between Iniskin Bay and Tuxedni Bay. Systematic geologic work was begunCited by: Geology of the Iniskin-Tuxedni region, Alaska.

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