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Arctic Research, Advances and Prospects (2-Volume Set) Proceedings of the Conference of Arctic and Nordic Countries on Coordination of Research in the Arctic, Leningrad, December 1988

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By: VM Kotlyakov(Editor), VE Sokolov(Editor)
813 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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Language: English

Two-volume proceedings produced by the Soviet Academy of Sciences and the Commission on Arctic Research. This collection of papers covers, amongst others, atmosphere and ocean physics, Arctic geology, ecosystem conservation and environmental pollution, economic development of the North and related problems of ecology and indigenous people.

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Proceedings
By: VM Kotlyakov(Editor), VE Sokolov(Editor)
813 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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