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Museum für Naturkunde ChemnitzFachbibliothek | Archive [FB3.4.4-226.1]

Bassin Houiller Et Permien (Museum für Naturkunde Chemnitz CC BY-SA)

Bassin Houiller Et Permien

Description ...

Bassin Houiller Et Permien
D’Autun Et D’Epinac
Ètudes des Gites Minèraux
De La France
Par
R. Zeiller
Verlag: Librairies-Imprimeries Rèunies, Paris 1890 - 304 Seiten

INTRODUCTION.
Le bassin d‘Autun comprend principalement les deux formations houillére et permienne, la première sensiblement relevée sur la plus grande partie du
pourtour du bassin, et la seconde s’appuyant sur elle avec une inclinaison de moins en moins prononcée à mesure qu’on s’avance vers le centre. ....

Material / Technique ...

Papier & Pappe & Leder / gebunden (Leder)

Measurements ...

HxBxT 30 x 24 x 3 cm

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Literature ...

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  • R. Zeiller (1890): Bassin Houiller Et Permien, Verlag: Librairies-Imprimeries Rèunies - 304 Seiten. Paris

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[Last update 07.09.2017]