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Climatic summary of the United States: climatic data herein from the establishment of stations toinclusive / [ed. by R.J. Martin and E.

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Part III provides a survey of evidence of types of climates over the last million years, and of methods of dating that evidence. In the United States, historians can track the spread of population through the national census since 17 90, and the con version of land through the agricul- tural census since Climatic Regions & Conditions - Chapter Summary.

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