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Геокриология : характеристики и использование вечной мерзлоты: монография : в 2 томах. Том 2
Дисциплина: Геокриология
Москва, Берлин: Директ-Медиа, 2020
Объем: 363 стр.
Под редакцией: Брушкова А.В.
Перевод с английского: Сантаевой В.А., Брушкова А.В.
ISBN: 978-5-4499-1576-4
УДК: 551.34
ББК: 26.361
DOI: 10.23681/598195
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