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Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences: Vol 12

Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences: Vol 12

    YEAR: 1984
    CONDITION: Excellent


    Collects nineteen reprinted articles, beginning with George W. Wetherill's Contemplation of Things Past. Topics include volcanism and tectonics on Venus; temperatures in protoplanetary discs; the importance of Pahoehoe; Chinese Loess and the paleomonsoon; stellar nucleosynthesis and the isotopic composition of presolar grains from primitive meteorites; noble gases in the earth's mantle; satellite altimetry, the marine geoid, and the oceanic general circulation; early history of arthropod and vascular plant associations; ecological aspects of the cretaceous flowering plant; dynamics of angular momentum in the earth's core; and isotopic reconstruction of past continental environments. 

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