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Cloudland: A Study on the Structure and Characters of Clouds. with numerous coloured plates, photographs, charts and diagrams.

London: Edward Stanford, 1894. First Edition. Hardcover. Includes chapters on the atmosphere, different kinds of clouds, wind, and atmospheric currents. William Clement Ley was an English clergyman and pioneer meteorologist who studied clouds and examined their dynamics and use in weather forecasting.
From the library of Dr. Oliver Sacks, the renowned neurologist, author, and educator. He was, in his life, celebrated for his contributions to the understanding of the human brain and his ability to communicate complex scientific concepts to a broader audience. In doing so, he highlighted the profound impact of neurological disorders on human identity and experience. His library is a reflection of this remarkable polymath's questing mind. Very Good+. Bumped and rubbed corners, light foxing throughout, darkening to edge, and wear to head and tail, moderately shaken/cracking and exposed netting, but intact, else tight, bright, and unmarred. Royal 8vo. xiv, 208pp, 26 plates, illus (b/w, 6 color, frontis). Original publishers gilt titled navy cloth. Item #12441

Price: $150.00

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