2 edition of physical atlas of natural phenomena found in the catalog.
physical atlas of natural phenomena
Johnston, Alexander Keith
|Statement||by Alexander Keith Johnston.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 137 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||137|
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The physical atlas of natural phenomena., Edinburgh: W. Blackwood. Original Caption: The Phenomena of Volcanic Action Tag(s): Globes - Maps - Plans, Landscapes, Volcanoes. (Redirected from Natural phenomenon) Types of natural phenomena include: Weather, fog, thunder, tornadoes ; biological processes, decomposition, germination ; physical processes, wave propagation, erosion ; tidal flow,[moonbow] and natural disasters such as electromagnetic pulses, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.
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The physical atlas: a series of maps & notes illustrating the geographical distribution of natural phenomena Contributor Names Johnston, Alexander Keith, / "The Physical Atlas of Berghaus, a valuable German work, preceded the publication in [Scotland] of the more extensive and elaborate ‘Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena' by Mr.
Keith Johnston, of which it would be difficult to speak in terms above the mark of its actual merits, embracing every part of the subject it delineates to the eye as well as to the mind, and far better than by any verbal. “This work, the first physical atlas ever published in England, was dedicated to Humboldt, at whose suggestion it had been undertaken” (DNB).
While a popular work and frequently reprinted, the first edition is uncommon. Ex-libris Legislative Library of Prince Edward Island, with its discreet bookplate. Small Liverpudlian bookseller label. Double page palæontological map of the British Isles and 24 single page maps illustrating physical geography, divided into four sections: Geology, Hydrography, Metereology and Natural History.
Neat repair to the head of the upper joint, occasional mild rubbing, very : Alexander Keith JOHNSTON. The physical atlas of natural phenomena / by Alex. Keith Johnston. Reduced from the edition in imperial folio for the use of colleges, academies, and families Blackwood Edinburgh Australian/Harvard Citation.
Johnston, Alexander Keith. & William Blackwood and Sons. The physical atlas of natural phenomena / by Alex. Keith Johnston. The physical atlas of natural phenomena Edinburgh [etc.]: Blackwood.
Place of publication. Edinburgh. Document type () Book. Download/Full Text. Open Access available via Utrecht University Repository.
Full metadata. The physical atlas: a series of maps illustrating the geographical distribution of natural phenomena by Berghaus, Heinrich Karl Wilhelm, ; Johnston, Alexander Keith, Snr., joint author. JOHNSTON (ALEXANDER KEITH) The Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena New and Enlarged Edition, Sold for £ (US$ ) inc.
premium. Buy The Physical Atlas Of Natural Phenomena. A new and enl. ed by Johnston, Keith. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Keith. Johnston. THE PHYSICAL ATLAS OF NATURAL PHENOMENA 30 Fine Hand-Coloured Maps Hardcover – 1 Jan.
by Keith Johnston (Author)Author: Keith Johnston. When I first noticed this Handbook Of Unusual Natural Phenomena, it was laying on a book shop's discount table. And I didn't realize that it was about to become one of my most precious possessions.
I refer to this book whenever I see any of nature's best sky shows. The cover of my edition, on a hardback I have carefully covered with Cited by: This is a magnificent example of the enlarged second edition of the Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena (the first edition was produced in ).
This is the English version of Heinrich Berghaus' Physikalischer Atlas, the first truly comprehensive thematic atlas. It is a very early example of printed color, the development of which made a huge impact on cartography in general and specifically on the.
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A unique aspect of this "atlas" is the more than photographs and figures, which show essential features of glaciers and glacier-related phenomena from all over the world. Most of the photographs were taken by the authors. Drs. Michael J. Hambrey and Jürg Alean who belong to a handful of extensively traveled : Paperback.
The Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena. by Johnston, A Buy it now - The Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena. by Johnston, Alexander Keith Add. natural phenomena in as much detail and depth as possible, and use the knowledge so gained to predict, modify and control phenomena.
Science is exploring, experimenting and predicting from what we see around us. The curiosity to learn about the world, unravelling the secrets of nature is the first step towards the discovery of Size: KB. Short Title: Cover: Physical atlas of natural phenomena.
Publisher: Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons. Type: Covers. Object Height cm: Object Width cm: Note: 2nd ed., enlarged. 1st ed. was Most of the maps are lithographed in color, but some are still engraved.
The ed. was entirely engraved. Maps have both hand and printed. Get this from a library. The physical atlas of natural phenomena. [Alexander Keith Johnston; William Blackwood and Sons,]. Philips' atlas of physical geography illustrating the natural features of the globe, the geographical distribution of natural phenomena, and their connexion with Pages: Colour Atlas of Glacial Phenomena - CRC Press Book Considering that glaciers and ice sheets cover about 10% of the Earth’s land surface in a world where human civilization is increasingly impacted by the effects of changing glacial activity, Colour Atlas of Glacial Phenomena presents itself as an indispensable guide for students.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.