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by W. J. Bair,Patricia Macdonald,Pat MacDonald,W.J. Baird

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Author:
W. J. Bair,Patricia Macdonald,Pat MacDonald,W.J. Baird
ISBN13:
978-0948636240
ISBN:
0948636246
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Publisher:
NMSE - Publishing Ltd; 3rd edition (January 1, 1991)
Category:
Subcategory:
Earth Sciences
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1509 kb
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1497 kb
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