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Author: W. H. (William Henry) Rosser
Title: The law of storms considered practically : being a digest of the circular theory of storms, and the modification of that theory as due to the in-going spiral circulation of the wind in a cyclone; together with a summary of the results of recent investigation
Publisher: London : Norie & Wilson
Subject (keywords, tags): Storms; Meteorology; Cyclones
Contributor: University of California Libraries
Format: txt
Size: 137 kb

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