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  1. The Earth

    Lutz, Eleanor
    San Francisco : Eleanor Lutz, 2019.

  2. Earth TopoGlobe, Scripps Institute of Oceanography

    Visalia, California : Real World Globes, 2018.

  3. Seafloor magnetic anomaly globe

    [place of publication not indetified] : Real World Globes, 2019.


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  1. Earth and Planetary Sciences

    Stanford Libraries' Earth and Planetary Sciences collections cover subject areas related to planetary processes, such as mineralogy, volcanology, seismology, hydrology, geology, astronomy, and atmospheric science.

  2. Earth System Science

    Stanford Libraries' Earth Systems Science collections include print and digital resources for the study of geology, biology, hydrology, oceans, as well as atmosphere and climate sciences.

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  1. Les cinq parties du monde : Planisphère comprenant toutes les possessions coloniales, chemins de fer, lignes de navigation

    Cartes Taride (Firm)

    Ancillary maps: Pole nord, 1/50 000 -- Pole Sud (1/100.000.000). Inset map: Principales lignes télégraphiques - câbles sous marins.

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