Surficial geology of Canso Bank and adjacent areas

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Fisheries and Environment, Canada , Ottawa
Submarine geology -- Nova Scotia -- Canso, Strai
Statementby Brian MacLean, Gordon B. Fader and Lewis H. King.
SeriesMarine sciences paper - Canada, Marine Sciences Directorate ; 20, Geological Survey of Canada paper ; 76-15
ContributionsFader, Gordon B., King, Lewis H.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 11 p. :
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Open LibraryOL20134641M

Surficial geology of Canso Bank and adjacent areas by Brian MacLean,Fisheries and Environment, Canada edition, in EnglishPages: Surficial geology of Canso Bank and adjacent areas, by Brian MacLean, Gordon B. Fader and Lewis H.

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