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|C-212||Quaternary Faulting and Soil Formation on the County Dump Fault, Albuquerque, NM, McCalpin, J.P.; Olig, S. S.; Harrison, J. B. J.; Berger, G. W., 2006, 36 pages, ISBN: 9781883905187.||$10.00Buy Now|
|C-211||Hydrogeothermal Studies in the Albuquerque Basin: A Geophysical Investigation of Ground Water Flow Characteristics, Marshall Reiter, 2003, 74 pages, ISBN: 9781883905194.||$10.00Buy Now|
|C-210||Earthquake Catalogs for New Mexico and Bordering Areas: 1869-1998, Sanford, Alan R.; Lin, Kuo-wan; Tsai, I-ching; Jaksha, Lawrence H., 2002, 104 pages, ISBN: 9781883905132.||$10.00Buy Now|
|C-209||New Mexico Oil and Gas Pool Maps, Read, Adam; Broadhead, Ron; Lopez, Annabelle; Fleming, Elizabeth; Watrous, Jim, 2002.||$10.00Buy Now|
|C-208||Latest Pennsylvanian and Earliest Permian Fusulinid Biostratigraphy, Robledo Mountains and Adjacent Ranges, South-Central New Mexico, Wahlman, Gregory P.; King, William E., 2002, 32 pages, ISBN: 9781883905118.||$10.00Buy Now|