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A Field Guide to Ice

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: James HC Fenton(Author)
18 pages, Col photos
A Field Guide to Ice
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  • A Field Guide to Ice ISBN: 9780953006946 Edition: 1 Paperback Jun 2009 Out of Print #183418
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Introduction to the landscapes of polar and other glacial regions. As well as ice and snow, it includes many periglacial features - those occurring in the ice-free areas. Features include: Glaciers, Ice sheets, Ice caps, Ice shelves, Glacial features, Icebergs, Sea ice, Snow features, Moraines, Ice retreat, Rime, Hoar frost, Periglacial features and more.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: James HC Fenton(Author)
18 pages, Col photos
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