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Soil features in relation to erosional history in the vicinity of Canberra / by D.C. van Dijk
Bib ID 2199397
Format BookBook
Author
Van Dijk, D. C
 
Description Melbourne : CSIRO, 1959 
41p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
Series

Soil publication ; no. 13.

Subjects Soil science.  |  Soils -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra.
Other authors/contributors CSIRO
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