|Statement||edited by R.W.G. Carter, C.D. Woodroffe.|
|Contributions||Carter, Bill, Woodroffe, C.D., IGCP Project 274.|
|LC Classifications||QE501.4.P3 C63 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 517 P. :|
|Number of Pages||517|
|LC Control Number||94007763|
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