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Cover: A Cold Welcome: The Little Ice Age and Europe’s Encounter with North AmericaA Cold Welcome: The Little Ice Age and Europe’s Encounter with North AmericaWhite, SamPAPERBACK02/04/2020$24.00
Cover: The Lost Art of Finding Our WayThe Lost Art of Finding Our WayHuth, John EdwardPAPERBACK11/16/2015$24.00
Cover: Facing Catastrophe: Environmental Action for a Post-Katrina WorldFacing Catastrophe: Environmental Action for a Post-Katrina WorldVerchick, Robert R. M.PAPERBACK04/02/2012$30.00
Cover: El Niño, Catastrophism, and Culture Change in Ancient AmericaEl Niño, Catastrophism, and Culture Change in Ancient AmericaSandweiss, Daniel H.
Quilter, Jeffrey
HARDCOVER01/31/2009$55.00
Cover: The Discovery of Global Warming: Revised and Expanded EditionThe Discovery of Global Warming: Revised and Expanded EditionWeart, Spencer R.PAPERBACK10/31/2008$25.00
Cover: Ice Ages: Solving the MysteryIce Ages: Solving the MysteryImbrie, John
Imbrie, Katherine Palmer
PAPERBACK07/30/1986$34.00
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