2 edition of Investigations at Polyphant, near Launceston, Cornwall found in the catalog.
Investigations at Polyphant, near Launceston, Cornwall
M. J. Bennett
|Statement||geology M.J. Bennett ; geochemistry K. Turton ; geophysics K.E.Rollin.|
|Series||Mineral reconnaissance programme reports -- no.32|
|Contributions||Turton, K., Rollin, K. E., Institute of Geological Sciences.|
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