2 edition of New instruments and methods of engineering geology found in the catalog.
New instruments and methods of engineering geology
N. V. Glazov
1959 by Consultants Bureau .
Written in English
Translation of Russian original, 1957.
|Statement||N.V. Glazov and A.N. Glazov.|
|Contributions||Glazov, A. N.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
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