Fence diagram showing lithology of valley-fill deposits and summary of water-bearing properties for valley-fill and bedrock units, Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, 1981 (Open-file report 84-130)
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- Fence diagram showing lithology of valley-fill deposits and summary of water-bearing properties for valley-fill and bedrock units, Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, 1981 (Open-file report 84-130)
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- 'United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Open-file report 84-130, plate 2.' 'Prepared in cooperation with the Clark County Department of Comprehensive Planning.' 'Geology by R.W. Plume, 1981.'
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- Scale [ca. 1:31,680. 1 in.=approx. .5 miles]. . Series: Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) ; 84-130. Originally published as plate 2 of Ground-water conditions in Las Vegas .Valley, Clark County, Nevada. Part I. Hydrogeologic framework / by Russell W. Plume, published by the U.S. Geological Survey in 1984 as Open-file report 84-130. "Prepared in cooperation with the Clark County Department of Comprehensive Planning."
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- G4354.L3C5 1981 .P582
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