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Problems of polar geography =

Belov, Mikhail Ivanovich.

Problems of polar geography =

Problemy polyarnoi geografii

by Belov, Mikhail Ivanovich.

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Published by Israel Program for Scientific Translations Ltd in Jerusalem .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published Leningrad, 1968.

StatementM.I. Belov, editor ; translatedfrom Russian.
SeriesGlavnoe Upravlenie Gidrometeorologicheskoi Sluzhby Pri Sovete Ministrov SSSR. Arkticheskii i Antarkticheskii Nauchno-Issledovatel"skii Institut. Trudy, vol. 285
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Open LibraryOL21719537M

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