by Nicholas Rast
Publisher: Pergamon Press 1962
Number of pages: 444
In the present compendium a selection of papers published in the volumes 18 and 20 of the Soviet journal Applied Geophysics are being presented to the Western scientists. The intention is to illustrate some of the achievements of the Russian applied geophysicists by translating their recent publications.
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