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Interactions Between the Cryosphere, Climate and Greenhouse Gases

Proceedings
Edited By: M Tranter, R Armstrong, E Brun, G Jones, M Sharp and M Williams
281 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: IAHS Press
Interactions Between the Cryosphere, Climate and Greenhouse Gases
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Covers 4 main themes: Interactions between climate, snow and permafrost; Monitoring and modelling of snow cover; Ice mass variability; and Chemical processes in the cryosphere.

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Proceedings
Edited By: M Tranter, R Armstrong, E Brun, G Jones, M Sharp and M Williams
281 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: IAHS Press
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