Marine climatological summary charts 1991-2000
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Marine climatological summary charts 1991-2000 for the Indian ocean between 20 ̊E & 100 ̊E and North of 15 ̊S by

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Published by Office of the Additional Director General of Meteorology (Research), India Meteorological Dept. in Pune .
Written in English


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Statement[compilation & editing, Marine Climatology Section].
ContributionsIndia. Meteorological Dept. Office of the Additional Director General of Meteorology (Research), India. Meteorological Dept. Marine Climatology Section.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 260 p. ;
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23911058M
LC Control Number2009310145

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