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Volcanoes by Robert I. Tilling

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Volcanoes
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Publisher: U. S. Geological Survey
ISBN/ASIN: B0018FI1EI
Number of pages: 50

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This booklet presents a generalized summary of the nature, workings, products, and hazards of the common types of volcanoes around the world, along with a brief introduction to the techniques of volcano monitoring and research.

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