Introduction to the Physics of the Cryosphere

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Introduction to the Physics of the Cryosphere
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ISBN : 9781627056052
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The cryosphere encompasses all regions of the planet that experiences water in ice form for some portion of the year. In this book, authors Melody Sandells and Daniela Flocco deliver an introduction to the physics of the cryosphere. This includes the Arcti

Introduction to the Physics of the Cryosphere

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