Hans Friedrich Gadow (1855–1928) was a renowned German zoologist, ornithologist and botanist. Originally published in 1930, this book presents Gadow's observations regarding the El Jorullo volcano in central Mexico, with information on its beginnings as a new volcano in 1759 and its effect on the plants and animals of the surrounding region. Illustrative figures and an appendix section are also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in botany, zoology and volcanoes.
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- Date Published: October 2013
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781107670426
- length: 122 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 7 mm
- weight: 0.16kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Editorial note Philip Lake
Prefatory note A. C. Seward
Jorullo and its surrounding Philip Lake
1. The story of the whole drama
2. The process and progress of reclamation of the devastated district. (a) Plants
3. The process and progress of reclamation of the devastated district (cont.). (b) Animals
4. The amphibia and reptilia of Michoacan
Appendix. Extracts from the literature concerning Jorullo.
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