Bibliography and Index of the Publications of the United States Geological Survey with the Laws Governing Their Printing and Distribution

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congress at the beginning of the first session of the fortyninth con
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Conventional characters for diagrams
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ditions of artesian wells by Thomas C Chamberlin p 125 verso blank con
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Preliminary geologic map of the United States and thesaurus of American formations Xxviii
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From Hilo to Mauna Kea 152
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Department of the interiorU S geological survey J W Powell
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Introductory
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The Plateau province
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A Ryder Extract from the fourth annual report of the director
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Lithology of the Keweenaw series
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director Hawaiian volcanoes by capt Clarence Edward Dutton
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director Sketch of the geological history of lake Lahontan
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Paleozoic formations
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Seventh annual report of the director of the United States geological survey
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Comstock lode and the Washoe district by George F Becker p 291 verso blank
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Geological crosssections 288
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Purlieus of Kilauea
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Introduction
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Dinocerata by professor O C Marsh p 243 verso blank contents p 245 verso
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Escape of water at lower levels than the well
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Geographical distribution of striae
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WASHINGTON
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Varying position of the striated surface
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Character of the water
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Introduction
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Areas of favorable doubtful and adverse probabilities
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The history of the oscillations
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The question of an earlier discharge
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tion of the Archaean formations of the northwestern states by R D Irving p 175
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Geological structure 573
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Chiefs of diyisions administrative reports of 141
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The lake and the glaciers
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Dutton C E Mount Taylor and the Zuñi plateau 105198
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area of the upper Mississippi valley by T C Chamberlin and R D Salisbury
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Summary
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Scoring action and the scorings
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blank contents p 205 verso blank illustrations pp 207208 preface pp 209211
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director Abstract of a report upon the geology and mining indus
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Correlative features and stratigraphy
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The postBonneville history
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General outline of Eureka district
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The structure of Prospect mountain
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Hague A Abstract of report on geology of the Eureka district Nevada 237290
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Descriptive geology of the Leadville region
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Apparatus for constant pressure
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director Contributions to the history of lake Bonneville by G
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Fryer hill mines
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Detailed study of the epicentral tracts
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The lower jaw
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Conclusions
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The loess
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Introduction
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Metallurgical report
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Carboniferous
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director Existing glaciers of the United States by Israel C
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Introductory
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Preliminary definitions
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Page
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Structural results of faulting
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Geologic folios
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Laramie group
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What is a glacier?
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sun
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Existing glaciers of the Sierra nevada
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A sketch of the lifehistory of the oyster by John A Ryder
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Physical investigations 3 19
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Miscellaneous publications
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Chamberlin T C and Salisbury R D Preliminary paper on the driftless area of
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director A geological reconnaissance in southern Oregon by
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Index to the publications of the U S Geological Survey
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Letter of transmittal
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Classification of mines
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Statistics of the Pacific divisioncontinued Page
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Statistics of the division of the Rocky mountains 301
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Shaler N S Report on the geology of Marthas vineyard 297363
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Dutton C E Hawaiian volcanoes 752 19
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Montana
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Résumé of reduction statistics
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Storage works
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Chamberlin T C Preliminary paperon the terminal moraine of the second glacial epoch 291402
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by means of the barometer by G K Gilbert p 403 verso blank text pp 405
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Irving R D On the classification of the early Cambrian and preCambrian form utions
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Introduction
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Route of travel 4 38
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Existing lakes 45 5
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Résumé
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Ward L F Synopsis of the flora of the Laramie group 399657
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Davis W M The structure of the Triassic formation of the Connecticut valley 45 5490
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Seite 11 - Director, but otherwise in ordinary octavos. Three thousand copies of each shall be published for scientific exchanges and for sale at the price of publication; and all literary and cartographic materials received in exchange shall be the property of the United States...
Seite 492 - On the geology and physiography of a portion of northwestern Colorado and adjacent parts of Utah and Wyoming, by Charles A.
Seite 140 - Iddings. 1885. 8°. 44 pp. Price 5 cents. 18. On Marine Eocene, Fresh- water Miocene, and other Fossil Mollusca of Western North America, by Charles A.
Seite 322 - A digest | of | the decisions | of the | supreme courts of the states and territories of the | arid region and of the United States circuit | and supreme courts in cases involving | questions relative to the use and | control of water in that region.
Seite 14 - Office by authority of law shall, previous to its being put to press, notify the Congressional Printer of the number of copies wanted, and shall pay to him, in advance, the estimated cost thereof, and ten per centum thereon, the Congressional Printer may, under the direction of the Joint Committee on Public Printing, furnish the same.
Seite 292 - Mineral Resources of the United States. Calendar years 1889 and 1890. David T. Day, Chief of Division of Mining Statistics and Technology.
Seite 118 - Knowlton. 1891. 4°. 400pp. 66 pi. Price $1.10. XVIII. Gasteropoda and Cephalopoda of the Raritan Clays and Greensand Marls of New Jersey, by Robert P. Whitfield. 1891. 4°. 402pp. 50 pi. Price $1.00. XIX. The Penokee Iron-Bearing Series of Northern Wisconsin and Michigan, by Roland D. Irving and...
Seite 95 - III. Geology of the Comstock Lode and the Washoe District, with Atlas, by George F. Becker. 1882. 4°. xv, 422 pp.
Seite 126 - Hypersthene-Andesite and on Triclinic Pyroxene in Augitic Rocks, by Whitman Cross, with, a Geological Sketch of Buffalo Peaks, Colorado, by SF Emmons. 1883. 8°. 42pp. 2 pi. Price 10 cents. 2. Gold and Silver Conversion Tables, giving the coining value of troy ounces of fine metal, etc..
Seite 172 - On the form and position of the sea level, with special reference to its dependence on superficial masses symmetrically disposed about a normal to the earth's surface.

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