Proceedings of the Workshop Palaeoclimatic reconstructions from marine sediments of the Ross Sea (Antarctica) and southern ocean.pdf

Proceedings of the Workshop Palaeoclimatic reconstructions from marine sediments of the Ross Sea (Antarctica) and southern ocean

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Proceedings of the Workshop Palaeoclimatic reconstructions from marine sediments of the Ross Sea (Antarctica) and southern ocean. Natura, immagini, emozioni. Alessandro Tassoni. Poeta, erudito, diplomatico nell'Europa dell'età moderna. Il mestiere dell'archeologo. The Ross Sea is a well-defined embayment of Antarctica about the size of southern Europe, bounded by Victoria Land to the west; King Edward VII Peninsula, Marie Byrd Land, to the east; the Ross Ice Shelf to the south; and the Southern Ocean, Pacific Sector, to the north. Its waters are composed of two related biotic systems: the Ross Sea Shelf

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