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Geological map of New Zealand : 1:63,360

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  • Description
    N7 Doubtless Bay
    N48 Mangatawhiri
    N55 Te Akau
    N56 Ngaruawahia
    N65 Hamilton
    N85 Waiotapu
    N94 Taupo
    N158, N159 Tinui-Awatoitoi
    S23, S30 Foulwind and Charleston
    S31, S32 Buller -Lyell
    S44 Greymouth
    S105 Martins Bay
    S184 Papatowai Subdivision
  • Place
  • Other Number
    G9080
  • Collection area
  • Record richness
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Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    • Geological map of New Zealand : 1:63,360 / Department of Scientific and Industrial Research
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    G9080  (Call Number)
  • Edition
    1st ed.
  • Available in
    Basement 2  (Location)
  • Description
    N7 Doubtless Bay N48 Mangatawhiri N55 Te Akau N56 Ngaruawahia N65 Hamilton N85 Waiotapu N94 Taupo N158, N159 Tinui-Awatoitoi S23, S30 Foulwind and Charleston S31, S32 Buller -Lyell S44 Greymouth S105 Martins Bay S184 Papatowai Subdivision
  • Physical description
    13 of X sheets : col. ; 74 x 122 cm. (based on Sheet S44)
  • Scale
    1:63,360 (1 inch = 1 mile)
  • Production
    DSIR (Publisher)
    Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (Publisher)
    Wellington, N.Z.  (Place of occurrence)
    1959-
  • Subject
    Geology--New Zealand--Maps (General Subject)
  • Citation
    Geological map of New Zealand : 1:63,360
  • Notes
    • Panel title.
    • Each sheet has index to adjoining sheets.
    • Some sheets contain text on verso.

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