Planet earth. Part 1. Secrets of the ice

United States, 1960

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The study of glacier ice by scientists in many parts of the world to obtain information on past climate and the changing climate of today, the delicate balance between ice and water on which depends the level of the sea, and how the earth itself was shaped through geological time.



Lothar Wolff

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National Academy of Sciences (U.S.)






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