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The Canadian Climate by  Clarence Eugene Koeppe - Hardcover - 1931 - from Ravenroost Books and

The Canadian Climate

by Koeppe, Clarence Eugene

Condition: Very Good

Bloomington, Illinois: McNight & McNight, 1931. 8vo. 280 pgs. Very Good condition hardcover. Blue cloth, gilt lettering, gilt Canadian maple leaf emblem on front board. Black and white photographs and illustrations of weather maps throughout. Contents: The non-atmospheric factors controlling the climate of Canada and Newfoundland; pressure, winds and storms; sunshine and temperature; moisture considerations; British Columbia and the Yukon territory; the continental interior; Eastern Canada and Newfoundland; the Arctic Prairies and Archipelago; bibliography; climate data. #858.. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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