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Quaternary Environmental Micropalaeontology

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Edited By: Simon K Haslett
340 pages, 200 b/w plates, figs, tabs
Publisher: Hodder Arnold
Quaternary Environmental Micropalaeontology
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  • Quaternary Environmental Micropalaeontology ISBN: 9780340761984 Paperback Dec 2002 Out of Print #119870
  • Quaternary Environmental Micropalaeontology ISBN: 9780340761977 Hardback Dec 2002 Out of Print #119872
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Undergraduate textbook aimed at students of geography, environmental science, oceanography, geology, archaeology, and ecology. Contains case studies, reference lists, further reading, extensive illustrations, and contributions from leading experts in their fields.

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Textbook Out of Print
Edited By: Simon K Haslett
340 pages, 200 b/w plates, figs, tabs
Publisher: Hodder Arnold
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