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Research in Geology

This guide provides access to  resources  on a variety of topics related to Geology.  It is intended to help you use the University of Delaware Library and its services, find a book, locate a journal or article, select and use the appropriate databases, and find useful sites on the Internet.  The tabs across the top of the page will help you navigate the guide.

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