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Final report. v. 1-8

New Jersey Geological Survey
Electronic resources
Physical Description
8 v. illus., maps. 25 cm
Call number
QE141 .A16X
Relief map of New Jersey accompanies v. 4.
Also available online.
1. Topography, magnetism, climate, 1888.- 2. Mineralogy, botany, zoology.-3. Report on water-supply, water-power, the flow of streams and attendant phenomena, by C. C. Vermeule.- 4. The physical geography of New Jersey, by R. D. Salisbury, with appendix by C. C. Vermeule.- 5. The glacial geology of New Jersey, by R. D. Salisbury, assisted by H. B. Kümmell, C. E. Peet, G. N. Knapp.- 6. The clays and clay industry of New Jersey, by Heinrich Ries and H. B. Kümmell, assisted by G. N. Knapp.- 7. Iron mines and mining in New Jersey, by W. S. Bayley.- 8. The Quaternary formations of southern New Jersey, by R. D. Salisbury and G. N. Knapp
Data Source
Smithsonian Libraries
New Jersey