Geologic interpretation of aeromagnetic data in western Upper Peninsula of Michigan by Wafik M. Meshref

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  • Geology -- Michigan -- Upper Peninsula,
  • Aeromagnetic prospecting -- Michigan -- Upper Peninsula

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Statementby W.M. Meshref and W.J. Hinze.
SeriesReport of investigation / Geological Survey -- 12, Report of investigation (Michigan. Geological Survey Division) -- 12.
ContributionsHinze, William J.
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Paginationvi, 24 p. :
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL19908605M

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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Report of Investigation 12 GEOLOGIC INTERPRETATION OF AEROMAGNETIC DATA IN WESTERN UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN by W. Meshref and W. Hinze Prepared in cooperation with Michigan State University Contents Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meshref, W.M.

Geologic interpretation of aeromagnetic data in western upper peninsula of Michigan. Lansing: Michigan Geological Survey,   Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northern Wisconsin By U.S.

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