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GEOMORPHOLOGY OF NEW ZEALAND, PART I. SYSTEMATIC: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF LAND-FORMS

Cotton, C.A.

Editore: New AZealand Board of Science & Art, Wellington, 1926
Usato Condizione Very Good Hardcover
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Manual No 3, 462 pp.+ Photo Plt at Frontis, Many Photos, Illus in Text, Orig Grn Illus Hardback, Gilt title, VG, no DJ, 1st ed, 2nd prntng. Codice inventario libreria 004704


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Titolo: GEOMORPHOLOGY OF NEW ZEALAND, PART I. ...

Casa editrice: New AZealand Board of Science & Art, Wellington

Data di pubblicazione: 1926

Legatura: Hardcover

Condizione libro: Very Good

Edizione: 1st Edition

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