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By: Glen Coates and Geoffrey Cox
80 pages, Photos, maps, illus
Explains, in vivid, non-technical language, how the Southern Alps, New Zealand's largest structural feature, were formed and uplifted, and are now being eroded to produce the spectacular scenery of the South Island. The book is copiously illustrated with superb photographs and artwork by Geoffrey Cox.
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