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Earth and Environmental Science encyclopedias from Oxford Reference Online

Search or browse across nine subject encyclopedias and dictionaries with over 42,000 entries. References are linked via Get VText.

  • A Dictionary of Earth Sciences
  • The Oxford Companion to the Earth
  • A Dictionary of Ecology
  • A Dictionary of Environment and Conservation
  • A Dictionary of Geography
  • The Oxford Companion to the Garden
  • The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea
  • The Oxford Companion to Global Change
  • A Dictionary of Weather

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September 13, 2010


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