Stevenson, David J. (1992) An insider's view. Nature, 356 (6368). p. 396. ISSN 0028-0836. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20130702-095055066
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It is no accident that Earth scientists devote so much attention to the parts of our planet that are nearby. The data are voluminous, the supporting experiments are easier and the issues are well-defined, pressing and still often unresolved. The deep interior, and especially the core, has usually been most attractive to those who like their science unencumbered by too many awkward facts or richness of detail.
|Alternate Title:||Deep Interior of the Earth|
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