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North Carolina : Geological
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North Carolina Bulletin 15. Coker, Robert. 1907. Experiments in Oyster culture in Pamlico sound, North Carolina. 74p., plus 17 pages of plates and a fold-out map. Wonderful vintage photos. This is a great report! (Good : bumped corner. Lower spine end rough in a curious way, perhaps gummed by a baby. Cover corner tip chipped. Rest of report very fine, clean and bright) $28
North Carolina Bulletin 31. Bayley, W.S. 1925. Deposits of brown iron ores (Brown Hematite) in western North Carolina. 75p., plus 9p. of plates and fold-out map. Great vintage photos. (cover faintly sunned, edge of page block faintly speckled) $24
North Carolina Bulletin 37. Stuckey, J. L. 1928. Pyrophyllite deposits of North Carolina. 62p., illus., fold-out map. (cover rubbed, with crease. Spine ends a bit rough) $12
North Carolina Bulletin 79 : 1965 : Description of the Pungo River Formation in Beaufort county, North Carolina. By Joel O. Kimrey. 131p., 1 table, 11 plates, 8 figures (4 in pocket). There is also another large map sheet in the pocket that is not listed in contents or labeled as a figure or plate, thus there are 5 items in the pocket. $2
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Beach erosion in North Carolina by C.E. Feltner. 1948. North Carolina State College : Dept. of Engineering Research Bulletin 37. NC State College Record Vol. 47 # 4. 9x6" 39p., Illus. $5
Correlations between Holocene flood tidal delta and barrier island inlet fill sequences : Back Sound - Shackleford Banks, North Carolina. by William M. Berelson and S. Duncan Heron. 1985. Extracted from Sedimentology vol. 32, pages 215-222, illus., 10x7". $2
Petrology of some recent marine sediments off the North Carolina coast. by Abdullah Shakir Sayyab. 1954 M.S. Thesis, Indiana University, Department of Geology. 11x8.5”, Hardback, 67p., illus. Poor printing quality, but readable. Signed by Author on fly leaf. $22
Sedimentary tectonics of the Appalachian basin (NC) by John M Dennison. 1983. Dallas Geological Society short course. In conjuction with the annual meeting of AAPG. 11x8.5", 129p., illus. (cover faintly soiled) $18
Talc and Pyrophyllite deposits in North Carolina. By Joseph Hyde Pratt. 1900 North Carolina Geological Survey Economic Paper 3. 9.5x6.5”, 29p., 3 maps in text. Includes two cards from author. An excellent early report! (VG, with lightly sunned edges) $8