3 edition of Geologic Reconnaisance of Frosty Peak Volcano and Vicinity, Alaska found in the catalog.
Geologic Reconnaisance of Frosty Peak Volcano and Vicinity, Alaska
United States Geological Survey
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Prepared in cooperation with the Office, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army." Folded map, Plate Geologic reconnaissance map and section of Frosty Peak volcano and vicinity / geology by H.H. Waldron, GEOLOGIC RECONNAISSANCE OF FROSTY PEAK VOLCANO AND VICINITY, ALASKA By HOWARD H.
WALDRON ABSTRACT Frosty Peak is a nested summit cone of a prominent Quaternary volcano on the western end of the Alaska Peninsula, between Cold Bay on the east and Morzhovoi Bay on the by: A Geologic Reconnaissance Of The Iliamna Region, Alaska [George Curtis Martin, Frank James Katz] on Alaska book shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. GEOLOGIC RECONNAISSANCE OF FROSTY PEAK VOLCANO AND VICINITY, ALASKA Frosty Peak fa a nested summlt cone of a prominent Quaternary volcano on the western end of the AInskt Peninsula, hetwmn Cold Bag on the eaet and Morzhovoi Bay oa the west, Thia part of the penlnsnla cdmpxlees two major phpiogrnpphte provlncem deeply glneEated and eroded monntaiaons area bordering the Pnclflc Ocean and Alaska book tundra-co~ered cowtal lowlana border-File Alaska book 6MB.
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