CLIMATIC CHANGES: Their Nature and Causes (earthquakes) by Huntington 1922
Climatic Changes: Their Nature and Causes. By Ellsworth Huntington and Stephen Sargent Visher, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1922.
This book not only discusses climatic changes, but considers the causes of earthquakes and attempts to show how climatic changes may be related to great geological revolutions in the form, location, and altitude of the lands. Thus the book has a direct bearing on all the main physical factors which have molded the evolution of organic life, including man.
Ex-library copy with a shifted spine and some mild cover stains. Inside front hinge is heavily cracked at gutter, otherwise secure binding and clean pages, with library markings at ends & bottom spine. 9-1/4 x 6 with 329 pages.