1 edition of Clays and the resource geologist found in the catalog.
Clays and the resource geologist
|Statement||the authors: W.R. Almon ... [et al.] ; edited by F.J. Longstaffe.|
|Series||Mineralogical Association of Canada short course handbook -- vol.7|
|Contributions||Longstaffe, F. J., Almon, W. R., MineralogicalAssociation of Canada.|
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Book prices to go up he Society regrets that increased publishers' prices for two of the books that we carry will force us to raise our prices. The office has 45 copies of Moore & Reynolds' X-ray Diffraction and the Identification and Analysis of Clays, and four copies of Newman's Chemis- try of Clays and Clay Minerals at the old prices.
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