Hydrogeologic Framework of Marion County, Indiana—A Digital Atlas Illustrating Hydrogeologic Terrain and Sequence
Plate 4—Cross Sections and Cross Sections Explanation
by S.E. Brown and A.J. Laudick, editors (Author) |
S.E. Brown and A.J. Laudick, editors, 2003, Hydrogeologic Framework of Marion County, Indiana—A Digital Atlas Illustrating Hydrogeologic Terrain and Sequence
Plate 4—Cross Sections and Cross Sections Explanation: Indiana Geological Survey Open-File Study 00-14.4
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