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Record #70171:

Holocene climatic change / N.A. Khotinskiy.

Title: Holocene climatic change / N.A. Khotinskiy.
Author(s): Khotinskiy, N. A.
Date: 1984.
Publisher: London: Longman
In: Late Quaternary environments of the Soviet Union. (1984.),
Abstract: Holocene climatic optimum can provide palaeogeographic standard for development of models and transformation projects of natural environment. Role of palaeogeography and paradox of Holocene of northern Eurasia.
Notes:

In: Late Quaternary environments of the Soviet Union / A.A. Velichko, ed.

Keywords: 551.583.3 -- Climatic changes, Quaternary.
551.8 -- Palaeogeography.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*50) -- Soviet Union.
SPRI record no.: 70171

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