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Rainfall map of Tasmania [cartographic material] / Bureau of Meterology, Hobart
Bib ID 2256268
Format JournalJournal [cartographic material]
Author
Australia. Bureau of Meteorology
 
Scale Scale [1:1 500 000] (E 144⁰30'--E 149⁰30'/S 41⁰45'--S 43⁰30') 
Description Hobart : The Bureau, 1989- 
maps : photocopy ; 33 x 29 cm. 
Notes

Map of monthly rainfall totals as measured at observation points and regional rainfall as inferred from the point samples.

Inset: [Hobart] Metropolitan area. Scale [1:250 000]. Table: District rainfall summary.

"From telegraphic reports only".

Life Dates 1989- 
Subjects Rain and rainfall - Tasmania - Maps.  |  Tasmania - Maps.
Time Coverage 1989 

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