Fb2 Kansas Geology: An Introduction to Landscapes, Rocks, Minerals, and Fossils?Second Edition, Revised ePub
by Rex Buchanan
|Publisher:||University Press of Kansas; Revised, Updated edition (May 28, 2010)|
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Rex Buchanan is Deputy Director of the Kansas Geological Survey and coauthor of Roadside Kansas: A Traveler's Guide to Its Geology and Landmarks.
Rex Buchanan is Deputy Director of the Kansas Geological Survey and coauthor of Roadside Kansas: A Traveler's Guide to Its Geology and Landmarks. Paperback: 240 pages. Written in an easy to read manner. Gives an easy to understand overview of Kansas geology. Includes a handy mile-by-mile interpretation of I-70.
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