THE UPPERMOST REGION OF THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE Being the Halley Lecture Delivered on 5 May 1926
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X-Lib. Clean green boards, spine label with gilt lettering. Pictorial frontispiece. Illustrated with B/W photos and color fold out map. The Uppermost Regions of the Earth's Atmosphere, 22 pages. Radioactivity and the Surface History of the Earth being the Halley Lecture delivered on 28 May 1924 by John Joly 40 pages. Library number on spine. Book-plate inside front cover. Title page with library's name in perforated lettering. Meteorology, Earth Science; Ex-Library; B/W Photo, Fold out map; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 62 pages. Codice inventario libreria 12696
Titolo: THE UPPERMOST REGION OF THE EARTH'S ...
Casa editrice: The Clarendon Press 1924-1926, Oxford
Data di pubblicazione: 1924
Condizione libro: Very Good
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