Allgemeine und Historische Quartärgeologie
John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, 1996 - Science - 578 pages
Quaternary geology is the study of the most recent period of geological time, looking at the Earth in terms of its development as a planet. This books examines the history of its life forms, the materials of which it is made, processes that affect these materials, and products that are formed from them.
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Glacigenic Deposits and Landforms
Meltwater Deposits and Landforms
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