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Atlantic Continental Shelf and Slope of the United States.

Author: Geological Survey (U.S.); Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Publisher: Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1966-1981.
Series: Geological Survey professional paper, 529.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Geological Survey (U.S.); Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
OCLC Number: 59219
Notes: Program conducted jointly by the U.S. Geological Survey and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Description: 14 volumes illustrations, maps (some folded color in pockets) 29 cm.
Contents: A. Geologic background, by K.O. Emery.--B. Physiography and sediments of the deep-sea basin, by R.M. Pratt.--C. Physiography, by E. Uchupi.--D. Color of marine sediments, by D.J. Stanley.--E. Ostracode zoogeography in the southern Nova Scotian and northern Virginian faunal provinces, by J.E. Hazel.--F. Nineteenth century exploration, by T.J.M. Schopf.--G. Heavy minerals of the continental margin from southern Nova Scotia to northern New Jersey, by D.A. Ross.--H. Gravels of the northeastern part, by R.M. Pratt.--I. Shallow structure, by E. Uchupi.--J. Petrology of the sand fraction of sediments, northern New Jersey to southern Florida, by J.D. Milliman.--K. Sand-size fraction of bottom sediments, New Jersey to Nova Scotia, by J.V.A. Trumbull.--L. Sediment texture of the northeastern part, by J. Schlee.--M. Texture of surface sediments from New Jersey to southern Florida, by C.D. Hollister.--N. Macrobenthic invertebrate fauna of the middle Atlantic bight region-Faunal composition and quantitative distribution, by R.L. Wigley and R.B. Theroux.
Series Title: Geological Survey professional paper, 529.

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