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Geomagnetic Data

Author : International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy
ISBN : UOM:39015069852419
Genre : Geomagnetism
File Size : 27.19 MB
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Category: Geomagnetism

Sources

Author : Léo Paul Desrosiers
ISBN : UOM:39015033204762
Genre :
File Size : 40.82 MB
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Uvres

Author : Rudyard Kipling
ISBN : MINN:31951D00764174P
Genre :
File Size : 50.57 MB
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The 9 5mm Vintage Film Encyclopaedia

Author : Patrick Moules
ISBN : 9781838592691
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 33.14 MB
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Written in both English and French, The 9.5mm Vintage Film Encyclopaedia provides a single-volume, comprehensive catalogue of all known 9.5mm film releases, including: Films: Comprising 12,460 individual entries, this A-Z reference index provides the main listing for each film and its origin where known, along with additional information including cast and crew, and cross references to other relevant material. People: This index of all known actors and film crew, comprising over 12,000 names, provides a listing which is cross referenced to the main entry for each original film they worked on. Numbers: Pathé-Baby/Pathéscope and other distributors’ catalogue numbers, film length, release dates (where known) and the series in which the films were organised, are set out in detail. With a foreword from eminent film historian and filmmaker, Keith Brownlow, this extensively researched text explains the importance of the 9.5mm film, from its beginnings in the early 1920s to becoming synonymous with Home Cinema throughout Europe. Readers will also find a brief technical explanation on how 9.5mm films were produced, along with relevant images.
Category: Performing Arts

Reports Of Proceedings

Author : International Council of Scientific Unions
ISBN : UOM:39015035439317
Genre : International cooperation
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Vol. 1-2, 5-10 include Report of the Executive Committee.
Category: International cooperation

Geographers

Author : Elizabeth Baigent
ISBN : 9781350127999
Genre : History
File Size : 82.26 MB
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Women are the exclusive focus of the 38th volume of Geographers. For the first time in the serial's history, the entire volume is devoted to important work of distinguished female geographers, amply demonstrating how these scholars' professional lives enrich the discipline's history. It also illustrates how reading and writing their biographies not only expands our understanding of geography's past, but points to its more diverse future. The collection includes biographies of Doreen Massey, winner of geography's 'Nobel prize', the prix Vautrin-Lud, for her remarkable contribution to geography and neighbouring disciplines which discovered the importance of space through her work; Helen Wallis, geographer and historian of cartography who for many years had charge of the UK's foremost collection of maps; Alice Saunier-Seïté, who applied her geographical training and formidable energy to teaching and educational reform in France; Isabel Margarida André, who lived through a turbulent political period in her native Portugal and meticulously investigated its effect on women and political geography; and the many women who helped to create the UK's first Geography department - the University of Oxford's, School of Geography - including Fanny Herbertson, Nora MacMunn, Marjorie Sweeting, Mary Marshall, Barbara Kennedy and other women geographers who are memorialised in a group article.
Category: History