Geology of Italy
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Published by Earth Sciences Society of the Libyan Arab Republic in Tripoli .
Written in English

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Published on theoccasion of the fifteenth annual field conference [of the Earth Sciences Society]

Statementedited by Coy H. Squyres.
ContributionsSquyres, Coy H., Earth Sciences Society of Libya. Annual Field Conference,
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Open LibraryOL19741197M

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