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Geology of the Talladega Belt in the Hightower Reentrant, Cleburne County, Alabama


, : Geology of the Talladega Belt in the Hightower Reentrant, Cleburne County, Alabama. Alabama Geological Society, Annual Field Trip Guidebook 17): 37-41


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