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Ocean Currents: Oceanography Series Vol. 4

Ocean Currents: Oceanography Series Vol. 4



Former Library Book

"Questions of what ocean currents are, how they can be measured, represented and explained, form the contents of this book. its purpose is to introduces scientists engaged i  the study of the oceans to the basic principles involved in the study of ocean currents."

Author: G. Neumann

Publisher: Elsevier Publishing Company, 1968, New York

Condition: Good; outer cover has visible wear. Pages are in excellent condition. Please refer to photos for further details 



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