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Electron Micrographs of Limestones and Their Nannofossils

By: Alfred G Fischer(Author), Susumu Honjo(Author), Robert E Garrison(Author)
158 pages, 50+ b/w photos
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A reprint of a classical work in the Princeton Legacy Library. Originally published in 1967.

This monograph contains over fifty high-quality plates of electron micrographs of limestones. It spans the field of limestones in age from Cambrian to Recent, and in type from deep-sea oozes to intertidal rocks. It represents the outcome of four years of research in the new field of electron microscopy applied to rocks. The illustrations show the spectacular results and much more is revealed in fossils and textures than would be expected on the basis of optical studies.

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By: Alfred G Fischer(Author), Susumu Honjo(Author), Robert E Garrison(Author)
158 pages, 50+ b/w photos
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