2 edition of Further notes on the application of Sonic techniques to submarine geological investigations found in the catalog.
Further notes on the application of Sonic techniques to submarine geological investigations
G. E. G. Sargent
Preprint of a paper submitted for discussion at the ninth Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress, London, 5 to 24 May, 1969.
|Series||Paper / Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress. Mining and Petroleum Geology Section (9th : 1969 : London) -- 28|
|Contributions||Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress, (9th : 1969 : London)|
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