2 edition of Japanese involvement in British Columbia copper. found in the catalog.
Japanese involvement in British Columbia copper.
Michael A. Galway
1975 by Information Canada, for Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Minerals in Ottawa .
Written in English
Abstract in French.
|Series||Mineral bulletin, MR 145|
|Contributions||Canada. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources. Minerals Branch.|
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