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Biostratigraphy and disability art: an introduction to the work of Jon Adams

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Biostratigraphy and disability art: an introduction to the work of Jon Adams. / Adams, Jon.

Geographical Aesthetics: Imaging Space, Staging Encounters. ed. / Harriet Hawkins. Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2015.

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Harvard

Adams, J 2015, Biostratigraphy and disability art: an introduction to the work of Jon Adams. in H Hawkins (ed.), Geographical Aesthetics: Imaging Space, Staging Encounters. Ashgate Publishing Limited. <http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409448013>

APA

Adams, J. (2015). Biostratigraphy and disability art: an introduction to the work of Jon Adams. In H. Hawkins (Ed.), Geographical Aesthetics: Imaging Space, Staging Encounters Ashgate Publishing Limited. http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409448013

Vancouver

Adams J. Biostratigraphy and disability art: an introduction to the work of Jon Adams. In Hawkins H, editor, Geographical Aesthetics: Imaging Space, Staging Encounters. Ashgate Publishing Limited. 2015

Author

Adams, Jon. / Biostratigraphy and disability art: an introduction to the work of Jon Adams. Geographical Aesthetics: Imaging Space, Staging Encounters. editor / Harriet Hawkins. Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2015.

Bibtex

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