Australia; a study in warm environments and their effect on British Settlement

By: Taylor, Griffith

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London: Methuen, 1940. XVI, 456 pages, end page maps, (front end pages only), eight plates, 142 in text illustrations plus frontispiece. Original printed dust jacket. Chipped badly at the head of the backstrip, and its tail, and at the top and bottom of the fold overs. The page edges are slightly discoloured with age and handling. Internally clean and bright. This book, the first attempt on this scale to deal with the geography of Australia, is divided into three parts: the first deals with the discovery, geology, climate and soils of the continent. The second with the 20' natural regions', with special emphasis on the rainfall and vegetation for each region. The third describes the spread of settlement and the conditions determining the distribution of water supplies, agriculture, pastoral industry, mines, forests, etc finally, there are chapters on the nearer Pacific Islands, on tropical settlement and on the special characteristics of Australian population.. First Edition. Brown Cloth. Good/Reasonable. Illus. by Various. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Geography -- Australian.

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