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"Advances in Geosciences" is the results of a concerted attempt in bringing the most recent effects and making plans actions with regards to earth and area technological know-how in Asia and the foreign area. the amount editors are all top scientists of their examine fields overlaying 5 sections: good Earth (SE), sunlight Terrestrial (ST), Planetary technological know-how (PS), Hydrological technology (HS), and Oceans and Atmospheres (OA). the most goal is to focus on the clinical concerns necessary to the learn of earthquakes, tsunamis, weather swap, drought, flood, typhoons, house weathers, and planetary exploration.
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