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GlossPost: Multi-language glossary of permafrost and related ground-ice terms (chi,eng,fra,deu,ice,i
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Title: Multi-language glossary of permafrost and related ground-ice terms

Source language(s): chi,eng,fra,deu,ice,ita,nor,pol,ron,rus,esl,sve

Target language(s): chi,eng,fra,deu,ice,ita,nor,pol,ron,rus,esl,sve

Source: National Snow and Ice Data Center/World Data Center for Glaciology

Keywords: permafrost, ground-ice, ice, frozen



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van Everdingen, Robert, ed. 1998 revised May 2005. Over 500 words in .pdf files for each language. May be searched between languages using reference number. Definitions provided in English. Comprehensive. Technical.

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URL: http://nsidc.org/fgdc/glossary/

GlossPost entry: http://www.proz.com/glossaries/5259


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