Pennsylvania Geology - Summer 2015 issue
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Table of Contents includes:
- Editorial - Isn’t Pennsylvania Already Mapped?
- The Role of Rock Cleavage on Mass Wasting in the Hamilton Group (Middle Devonian), Sunbury, Pennsylvania
- Reflections on “Spirifer disjunctus,” a Group of Late Devonian Brachiopods Useful for Correlation in Pennsylvania
- Continuous Monitoring of Meteorological Conditions and Movement of a Deep-Seated, Persistently Moving Rockslide Along Interstate Route 79 Near Pittsburgh