Gordon Manley's Climate and the British Scene

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Gordon Manley's Climate and the British Scene

Postby Scott Whitehead » 2013 Nov 04, 11:32

Good morning all, I have a copy of this excellent book that I return to time and again for reference. It states it is the Fourth Impression 1962. I was wondering if Manley updated / added to the text after this date? Many thanks
Scott Whitehead
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Re: Gordon Manley's Climate and the British Scene

Postby Alan Sholl » 2013 Nov 14, 15:33

Hi Scott

I've just dug out my copy to read again. It was first issued in the Fontana Library in 1962 and mine is the second impression October 1968. This might be a later version than your copy if it was first published by Collins in the New Naturalist Series 1952. As you say, an excellent book.
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