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Edited by: Liviu Giosan and Janok P. Bhattacharya
This volume stems from a special session: “Deltas: Old and New”, held at the Annual Geological Society of America conference in October 2002, that was convened to highlight these new directions in deltaic research.
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The horrors attending the British and British Empire troops during the Great War from 1914 to 1918 could not be expressed more poignantly than in the Flanders and Somine regions. the location for some of the bloodiest battles. The events have been detailed in numerous books, but this Guide is the first English text to place these battles into a geological and geomorphological context.
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