The climate of Mt Wilhelm
In 1966, the Australian National University with assistance from the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Hawaii, established a field station beside the lower Pindaunde Lake at an altitude of 3480 m on the southeast flank of Mt Wilhelm, the highest point in Papua New Guinea. The field station has been used by a number of workers in the natural sciences, many of whose publications are referred to later in this work. The present volume arises from observations made by three botanists and their...[Show more]
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