Adrian E. Scheidegger Theoretical geomorphology. Berlin, Göttingen, etc., Springer-Verlag, 1961. 333 p. DM. 48.*

R. J. Adle
1962 Journal of Glaciology  
JOURNAL OF GLACIOLOGY the U .S.S. R. , the I ce Age glaciations, and the present-day ice cover of the district. These are all illustrated with excellent photographs. The description of the Fedchenko G lacier is of special interest, even though, in this particular case, much literature already exists. It is the la rgest glacier in the U.S.S.R. extending for 46 miles (74 km.). It receives 37 tributary ice streams. In addition to th e many maps and photographs, the various regions described a re
more » ... ns described a re shown in a carefully prepa red key map at the end of the book. * The distribution rights for U.S.A. and Canada are held by Messrs. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., U.S.A.
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