Geographical Distribution of Indigenous Vegetation (1854)

The distribution of plants in a perpendicular direction in the torrid, temperate and frigid zones, with indications of the mean temperature of the year and of the coldest and warmest months.

Geographical Distribution of Indigenous Vegetation (1854)
By W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh. William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London. 1st. May 1854

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