Data file : continental margin program : Atlantic coast of the United States: vol. 1: sample collection data; supplement 1
Hathaway, John C.
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This supplement to Volume I of the Data File, Continental Margin, Atlantic Coast of the United States (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Ref. No. 66-8) consists of three parts: 1. Errata for Volume I, 2. New station and sample data added to the file, and 3. Miscellaneous tables of information pertaining to the file. The user is referred to Volume I for explanation of the headings and abbreviations used and for a discussion of the structure of the file.
Originally issued as Reference No. 67-21
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