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Analysis and forecasting in the south-west Pacific area (lecture notes for short period conversion courses) / by D. H. Forder
Bib ID 2493191
Format BookBook
Author
Forder, D. H
 
Description [Melbourne?] : Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology, [1946?] 
vii, 109 p., [12] folded p. of plates : ill., maps ; 28 cm. 
Notes

Bibliography: p. [110]

Subjects Meteorology -- Oceania.  |  Weather forecasting.
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