Titre : Recent Activity of Glaciers of Mount Rainier...
Éditeur : Washington: Government Printing Office / US Geological Survey, 1972
Date d'édition : 1972
Reliure : Hardcover
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Very Good: lightly rubbed exterior; several lightly pencilled notations on the tables in the booklet (additional information). Hardcover folder, 9.3x11.5", with a pocket at rear containing all 7 large foldout maps and the spine-stapled 24-page paperwraps booklet. 'An investigation of the chronology of terminal and lateral moraines of eight glaciers at Mount Rainier, Washington'. Maximum extent of moraines in the last 250 years marked, showing shrinkage over the period. Booklet has double-column text and has 10 tables and 13 photographs. . N° de réf. du libraire 19088.1
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