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An Atlas of the Geology and Mineral Deposits of Ukraine Scale 1:5 000 000

Atlas
Edited By: Leonid Galets'kyi and Walter Peredery
176 pages, 76 illus
An Atlas of the Geology and Mineral Deposits of Ukraine
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Seventy-six full-colour maps with text present the geological characteristics of Ukraine in this translation of an atlas first prepared by scholars at the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences' Institute of Geology in 2001. Widely acclaimed in its country of origin, An Atlas of the Geology and Mineral Deposits of Ukraine includes up-to-date geological concepts, as well as ecological, historical, and prehistoric items of interest.

The seventy-six maps are grouped into seven categories: general data, geophysical, structural, geological `slice,' lithological, ecological, hydrological, and mineralogical. Ukraine has for some time been known as a country rich in mineral resources; as a result, maps depicting its vast mineral deposits as well as its oil, gas, and coal deposits may be of particular interest to foreign readers.

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Leonid Galets'kyi is a department head in the Institute of Geology of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. Walter Peredery is a geologist who has worked across Canada and internationally.
Atlas
Edited By: Leonid Galets'kyi and Walter Peredery
176 pages, 76 illus
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