Carolina Rocks! : The Geology of South Carolina


Carolina Rocks! : The Geology of South Carolina

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An excellent guide through the many layers ol sand, clay, and rock that make up the Palmetto state. A comprehensive study of an enormous subject. Examines the geologic history of the state. Lists geology resources and references Glossary, Index, Bibliography.
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