Ray Mountains, central Alaska: environmental analysis and resources statement
Northern Studies Program, Middlebury College, 1980 - Natural history - 390 pages
Basic environmental inventory covering geology, geomorphology, soils, floristics, vegetation, mammals, birds, insects, ecosystems and resources of the Ray Moutnains, central Alaska.
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