Rain Forest Into Desert: Adventures in Australia's Tropical North

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The tropical rain forests of northern Australia are among the most beautiful, rugged, and remote in the world. During the summer months, the mountains and forests here are lashed by cylcones, creating floods of tremendous intensity. Drawn to this area to research flood deposits in an effort to relate the history of flooding to regional climate, geologist Ellen Wohl studied three rivers: the Burdekin and Herbert Rivers in northeastern Queensland and the East Alligator River in the Northern Territory. Rain Forest Into Desert ...

Rain Forest Into Desert: Adventures in Australia's Tropical North 1994, University Press of Colorado

ISBN-13: 9780870813344

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