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How Did We Find Out About Volcanoes? by  Isaac Asimov - First Edition - 1981 - from Smarty Pants and

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How Did We Find Out About Volcanoes?

by Asimov, Isaac

Condition: Fine/Very Good

Walker & Co., 1981. First Printing. Orange cloth -- Fine, square, unmarked copy. Lightly worn, unclipped jacket has small corner chip. Illustrations by David Wood. Scarce in collectible condition. A nice little volume starting off with the explosion of Thera and ending with volcanoes on the moon and Mars, covering all the standard stuff on volcanoes in between.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good. Illus. by Wool, David.


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