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The mineral content of Illinois waters
Published also as Bulletin no. 10 of the Illinois State Geological Survey.
|Statement||by Edward Bartow, J.A. Udden, S.W. Parr and George T. Palmer ...|
|Series||Illinois. Water Survey [Publication], no. 4, Bulletin (Illinois State Geological Survey) ;, no. 10.|
|Contributions||Udden, Johan August, 1859-1932., Parr, Samuel Wilson, 1857-1931., Palmer, George Thomas.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.I3 A5 1909|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 192 p.|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||09027556|
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The mineral content of Illinois waters. [Edward Bartow; Johan August Udden; Samuel Wilson Parr; George Thomas Palmer] -- The State Water Survey of Illinois began the investigation of the waters of the State in While the Survey has laid special stress on the determination of the character of the waters from a.
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