Geologic and Crustal Cross Section of the United States Along the 37th Parallel (I-448)


Geologic and Crustal Cross Section of the United States Along the 37th Parallel (I-448)

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Geologic cross section from offshore west coast to offshore east coast using two scales. +10km to -150km and +3km to -10km (vertical scale exaggerated). Four cross sections: west coast to Great Plains, Great Plains to east coast. Map scale 1:2,500,00.
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