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Planets and Their Atmospheres: Origins and Evolution

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by John S. Lewis & Ronald G. Prinn
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Planets and Their Atmospheres: Origins and Evolution by John S. Lewis & Ronald G. Prinn

This work is addressed to advanced undergraduate and graduate students in astronomy, geology, chemistry, meteorology, and the planetary sciences as well as to researchers with pertinent areas of specialization who desire an introduction to the literature across the broad interdisciplinary range of this important topic. Extensive references to the pre-spacecraft literature will be particularly useful to readers interested in the historical development of the field during this century.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 470
Size: 64.2 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9780080924267 (DRM-PDF)

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