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This index covers the detailed geologic maps of California which are distributed among the fourteen irregular issued map and monograph series published by the United States Geological Survey. This index was created and is maintained by Joe Crotts, California State University, Chico, Meriam Library. The index correlates U.S.G.S. geologic maps of California with 7.5' and 15' topographic quadrangles. Maps having scales of 1:125,000 and larger are included in the index.
Accesses holdings of the Center for Research Libraries. CRL holds approximately five million newspapers, journals, dissertations, archives, government publications, and other traditional and digital resources for research and teaching.
A detailed, lavishly illustrated description of water and water issues in California. When published in 1979, Charles Wollenberg in the California Historical Quarterly called it "a very big and beautiful book...well-written, spectacularly illustrated, and filled with useful information for expert and layman alike...an indispensable sourcebook for decades to come." The Quarterly Review of Biology said it was "a major reference work of interest to applied ecologists concerned with water supply and
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