Atlas of the Oceans
Rand McNally, 1994 - Science - 208 pages
Maps, charts, explanatory diagrams, photographs, and text providing detailed coverage of the geological history, life forms, resources, physics, chemistry, and exploration of the world's oceans are augmented by a catalog of the main families of marine lif
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