2 edition of Highway geology of Wyoming found in the catalog.
Highway geology of Wyoming
Microfiche. [Casper? : Wyoming Geological Association, 198-?] 6 microfiches.
|Other titles||Road logs of the highways.|
|Statement||by the Wyoming Geological Association Technical Studies Committee.|
|Contributions||Wyoming Geological Association. Technical Studies Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 361 p.|
|Number of Pages||361|
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Wyoming Highway Entrance Road WYO highlighted in red Route information Maintained by WYDOT & NPS Length mi ( km) Existed –present Major junctions East end WYO 24 West end Devils Tower National Monument Entrance Location Counties Crook Highway system State highways in Wyoming Interstate U.S.
State ← WYO 96 WYO → Entrance Location: Devils Tower National Monument, Devils .Green, Gregory N., and Drouillard, Patricia H.,The Digital Geologic Map of Wyoming in ARC/INFO Format: U.S.
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