2 edition of Inventory and maps of important geological sites and landforms in the West Coast Region found in the catalog.
Inventory and maps of important geological sites and landforms in the West Coast Region
|Statement||edited by Bruce W. Hayward and Jill A. Kenny.|
|Series||Geological Society of New Zealand miscellaneous publication -- 105|
|Contributions||Hayward, Bruce W., Kenny, Jill A., Geological Society of New Zealand., Joint Earth Science Societies" Working Group on Geopreservation ., New Zealand Lottery Grants Board.|
|LC Classifications||QE348.2 .I58 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Home» Publications» Misc. Pub. Series» Inventory and maps of important geological sites and landforms in the West Coast region Inventory and maps of important geological sites and landforms in the West Coast region. Inventory and maps of important geological sites and landforms in the West Coast Region.Geol Soc NZ Misc Publ51 p + maps.
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Compiled by the Joint Earth Sciences’ Societies Working Group on the New Zealand Geopreservation Inventory. Lists. The Alpine Fault bisects the South Island, forming the western edge of the Southern Alps. To the west are low-lying alluvial basins, which are partly farmed, separated by mountain ranges formed of.
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