Iceland and mid-ocean ridges
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Iceland and mid-ocean ridges report of a symposium held in Reykjavik February 27 to March 8, 1967, under the sponsorship of the Geoscience Society of Icelad. by

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Published by Prentsmiojan Leiftur in Reykjavík .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Geology -- Iceland,
  • Ocean bottom,
  • Mid-Atlantic Ridge

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementEdited by Sveinbjörn Björnsson
SeriesVísindafélag islendinga, 38
ContributionsBjörnsson, Sveinbjörn, Jarofraeoafélag Islands, Symposium on Iceland and Mid-Ocean Ridges (1967 : University of Iceland)
The Physical Object
Pagination209 p.
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14632767M

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