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By John Kington

John Kington's publication, the 1st of its variety, offers a definitive account of the elements within the 1780s over Europe in line with historic climate maps. those charts are precise in forming the earliest sequence of day-by-day synoptic climate maps built with quantitative instrumental facts, and as such symbolize a big contribution to the background of weather.

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