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Observations on the topography, climate, and prevalent diseases of the Island of Jersey
George S. Hooper
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Author(s): Hooper,George Symes Title(s): Observations on the topography, climate, and prevalent diseases of the island of Jersey; the result of meteorological observations, and general practice, during thirteen years.
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Contributor: Hooper, George S[Ymes] Date: Jersey at 84 m/ ft has a marine west coast climate (Cfb). Average temperature in Jersey is °C/ °F Rainfall mm/ in across days.
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