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Chapter 4 frontispiece. A valley in Kashmir, high in the Himalayas, India

Chapter 4 frontispiece. A valley in Kashmir, high in the Himalayas, India

030. Chapter 4 frontispiece. A valley in Kashmir, high in the Himalayas, India. E.A. Mathez, 2009, Climate Change: The Science of Global Warming and Our Energy Future, Columbia University Press. Photograph by E.A. Mathez. 031. Figure 4.1. The Keeling curve.

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Chapter 4 frontispiece.  A valley in Kashmir, high in the Himalayas, India

Chapter 4 frontispiece. A valley in Kashmir, high in the Himalayas, India

030. Chapter 4 frontispiece. A valley in Kashmir, high in the Himalayas, India. E.A. Mathez, 2009, Climate Change: The Science of Global Warming and Our Energy Future, Columbia University Press. Photograph by E.A. Mathez. 031. Figure 4.1. The Keeling curve.

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Rocks are aggregates of minerals. Many are silicate minerals.

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Bowen’s Reaction Series	 (for Silicate Minerals)

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