Riches from the earth: a geologic tour along the Dalton Highway, Alaska (Google eBook)
William R. Diel, Robert J. Bascle, Arthur C. Banet, Gary Brougham, Tom Mowatt, United States. Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Natural History Association
Alaska Natural History Association, 1993 - Science - 128 pages
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