Climate

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General References

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    Brooks, C.E.P.: Climate in Everyday Life. Philosophical Library, N.Y., 1951. (551.5 B79c1)Google Scholar
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    Geiger, R.: The Climate near the Ground. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1950. (551.5 G27k Es)Google Scholar
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    Panofsky, H.A.: Theories of Climate Change. Weatherwise,9: 183, 1956Google Scholar

Background on Types and Classifications

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    Trewartha, G.T.: Introduction to Climate. 3rd Edition. McGraw-Hill, N.Y., 1954Google Scholar
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    —— Chapter 6 (pp. 223–238) on classifications.Google Scholar
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    —— Chapters 7–11 (pp. 239–377) on types and regions.Google Scholar

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