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Carte geologique de la France a 1/80,000; Gannat.
- De-Launay, L.
- Orléans : Bureau de recherches géogiques et minières, 1934.
- France. Service de la carte geologique de France North Decimal Degree 46.2591 South Decimal Degree 45.8992 East Decimal Degree 3.5826 West Decimal Degree 2.7524 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." 1934
- Geology, Mines and mineral resources, and France—Maps
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- G5831.C5.s80.F7 CG-157
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