4 edition of story of glaciers and the ice age found in the catalog.
story of glaciers and the ice age
William Henry Matthews III
Describes the characteristics of various types of glaciers and examines their role in shaping the earth"s surface.
Bibliography: p. 137.
|Statement||by William H. Matthews, III.|
|LC Classifications||GB2403 .M34 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
|ISBN 10||0817851410, 0817851429|
|LC Control Number||73079452|
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The years is A. Three hundred and fifty years earlier a New Ice Age covered large portions of the globe with ice. Most people trekked south or died as food ran out and towns were overcome. Bodies from the Ice: Melting Glaciers and the Recovery of the Past tells the story of Earth's melting alpine glaciers and the recent archaeological discoveries made there.
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In the first story, the scientists find a body in the mountains in almost perfect condition from years ago. The book Bodies from the Ice by James M. Deem is an informational hardcover published in /5. The earth’s cryosphere, which includes snow, glaciers, ice caps, ice sheets, ice shelves, sea ice, river and lake ice, and permafrost, contains about 75% of the earth’s fresh water.
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Ice Age: when seen in capital letters, refers to the biblical post-Flood Ice Age. An ice age is defined as a time of extensive glacial activity in which substantially more of the land is covered by : Michael J. Oard. Editor’s note: Biblical creationists have not reached a consensus on one Ice Age model.
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