Elsevier's Dictionary of Glaciology in Four Languages: English (with Definitions), Russian (with Definitions), French, and German

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Vladimir Mikhaĭlovich Kotli︠a︡kov, N. A. Smolyarova
Elesvier, 1990 - Reference - 336 pages
Hardbound. The object of this dictionary is to cover the maximum number of terms and concepts required by anyone concerned with glaciology and related sciences. It contains definitions of almost all the glaciological terms in common use today, providing a comprehensive working dictionary based on the most authoritative books, journals and glossaries in the field of glaciology.The terms cover all the types of snow and ice and natural phenomena related to them i.e. glaciers, snow cover, avalanches and glacial mudflows; sea, river and lake ice, ground ice, aufeis and glacio-nival phenomena of the past. The dictionary is directed primarily at specialists in glaciology, geography, hydrology, meteorology, climatology, geophysics, geology and also to students and teachers of these disciplines.

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