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Juneau Icefield Research Project (1949-1958), Volume 8 (Developments in Quaternary Sciences) (Developments in Quaternary Sciences)

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Published by Elsevier Science .
Written in English


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Number of Pages254
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ISBN 100444529519
ISBN 109780444529510

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Buy Juneau Icefield Research Project (), Volume 8 (Developments in Quaternary Science) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Juneau Icefield Research Project (), Volume 8 (Developments in Quaternary Science): Cal Heusser: : Books. Juneau Icefield Research Project () is represented by 15 chapters, organized in four parts: Background of the Project, Early Years of the Project (, Later Years of the Project (), and Summation and Epilogue. After describing the Project's background, Chapters 3 through 12 cover year-by-year activities, personnel, logistics, and research of the Taku and Lemon Creek Glaciers. The Juneau IceField Research Project Report of Field Work Paperback – January 1, by Arthur K. Gilkey (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, Author: Arthur K. Gilkey.   The Juneau Icefield Research Project (JIRP) was formed to find a prototype area to study Alaska's coastal glaciers and trends in climatic change. For the .

Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Sign in Register. Journals & Books; Help; Developments in Quaternary Sciences. Latest volume All volumes. Search in this book series. Juneau Icefield Research Project () A Retrospective. Edited by Calvin J. Heusser. Volume 8, Pages () select article Chapter 2 Juneau Icefield. https. The JIRP academic curriculum is built around six student research projects. Each project group of three-eight students work under a team of faculty advisers to develop a research question, design and carry out field data collection, analyze results, and present findings in several formats. Grace "June" Juneau (Student): Sketch book. A Basic Introduction to the Juneau Icefield Research Program Student Project: GPS Surveys on the Juneau Icefield Juneau Ice. Juneau Icefield Research Project (): A Retrospective, by C. J. Heusser, The Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP), , by C. Connor, “ We bring the student into nature, and that makes all the difference ”.

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