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Geology for the young naturalist

A. White

Geology for the young naturalist

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Published by Black .
Written in English


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Statementby A. White.
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  Examining the recently published "The Common Buzzard" monograph by Sean Walls and Robert Kenward from T & AD Poyser for his most recent Sunday Book Review, Mark Avery seems to have been a little less than excited in what he found in its pages. Not that he found it to be a poorly researched book, mind you; quite the contrary, in fact.


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