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Carte geologique detaillee de la France [a 1/80 000]: Chatellerault
- France. Service de la carte géologique de la France
- Orléans : Bureau de recherches géologiques et minières, 1952.
- Relief shown by hachures, and spot elevation. Principal meridian: Paris. The coordinates on map are given in grades and degrees. The longitude is given in centesimal values (100 grades = 90 degrees).The geographic coordinates were converted to the Greenwich meridian. Topography is based on : "Carte Levée par les officiers du Corps d'Etat-Major et publiée par le Dépôt de la Guerre en 1848. Révisée en 1907." Includes index to adjoining sheets. The Service de la carte geologique de la France was integrated to Bureau de recherches géologiques et minières to become the only France Service geologique national. Relief shown by hachures. Principal meridian: Paris. Longitude is given in centesimal values (100 grades = 90 degrees) .The Service de la carte geologique de la France was integrated to the BRGM to become the only France Service geologique national. Based on "Carte topograqphique de l'etat major." South Decimal Degree 46.6131 North Decimal Degree 46.9729 France. Bureau de recherches geologiques et minieres [BRGM]. Carte geologique 1:80.000 CG-132(1952) West Decimal Degree 0.2342 France. Service de la carte geologique de France East Decimal Degree 1.0752
- Geology, Mines and mineral resources, France—Maps, Châtellerault (France)—Maps, Geological maps, and Maps
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- G5831.C5 s80 .F7 CG-132 (1952)
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