2 edition of Papers presented to the Symposium on Tunnelling in New Zealand, Hamilton, 1977. found in the catalog.
Papers presented to the Symposium on Tunnelling in New Zealand, Hamilton, 1977.
Symposium on Tunnelling in New Zealand (1977 Hamilton, N.Z.)
|Series||Proceedings of Technical Groups / New Zealand Institution of Engineers -- v. 3, issue 3 (G), Proceedings of Technical Groups (New Zealand Institution of Engineers) -- v. 3 issue 3 (G)|
|Contributions||Olsen, A. J., Riddolls, B. W., New Zealand Geomechanics Society.|
|LC Classifications||TA804N4 S9 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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