Climate: An Inquiry Into the Causes of Its Differences, and Into Its Influence on Vegetable Life : Comprising the Substance of Four Lectures Delivered Before the Natural History Society, at the Museum, Torquay, in February, 1863, Band 2
John Henry and James Parker, 1863 - 144 Seiten
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