Item #014674 Jorullo: The History of the Volcano of Jorullo and the Reclamation of the Devastated District By Animals and Plants. Hans Gadow, Philip Lake.
Jorullo: The History of the Volcano of Jorullo and the Reclamation of the Devastated District By Animals and Plants
Jorullo: The History of the Volcano of Jorullo and the Reclamation of the Devastated District By Animals and Plants
Jorullo: The History of the Volcano of Jorullo and the Reclamation of the Devastated District By Animals and Plants
Jorullo: The History of the Volcano of Jorullo and the Reclamation of the Devastated District By Animals and Plants
Jorullo: The History of the Volcano of Jorullo and the Reclamation of the Devastated District By Animals and Plants

Jorullo: The History of the Volcano of Jorullo and the Reclamation of the Devastated District By Animals and Plants

Great Britain: Cambridge at the University Press, 1930. First Edition, First Printing. A Very Good Hardcover.

Green cloth with spine titles with plates and a fold-out map; 8vo; 8.75 inches tall; xviii, 100 pages. The bindings are tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate shelf handling wear with minor fraying of the top spine band. Bookplate. First Edition, First Printing.

Very Good / No Jacket. Item #014674

A study of the El Jorullo volcano which appeared in Michoacán, Mexico, between 1759 and 1775, and its effect on the nature of the local area in the years following. Dr. Gadow, who meditated a larger work on the distribution of animals in Central America, spent a month there and tells the story of the repeopling of the area by plants and animals.


Ref: Nature, 1931

Price: $85.00

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