Records of the Geological Survey of India, Volume 124, Part 7
Vols. 1- include Report of the Geological Survey, 1867- ; v. 32- include Review of the mineral production of India, 1898/1903- ; v. 75 consists of Professional papers, no. 1-16; v. 76 consists of Bulletins of economic minerals.
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GEOLOGICAL MAPPING Page 1 Highgrade and mediumgrade sequences of the Mangalwar and Sandmata Complexes 1
Studies on the Mangalwar and the Hindoli rock sequences 3
Mangalwar Project 4
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