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A naturalist in the Gran Chaco.
Kerr, John Graham Sir
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Buy A Naturalist in the Gran Chaco on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders A Naturalist in the Gran Chaco: John Graham Kerr: : Books Cited by: Sir John Graham Kerr (–) was a Scottish zoologist and politician, well known for his work in relation to the embryology of lungfishes.
Originally published inA Naturalist in the Gran Chaco provides an account of Kerr's travels and discoveries within the Gran Chaco region of South America.
The text is divided into two main parts: the first discusses the Pilcomayo Expedition. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the Gran Chaco region, anthropology, zoology and the history of science.
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Sir John Graham Kerr () was a Scottish zoologist and politician, well known for his work in relation to the embryology of lungfishes. Originally published inthis book provides an account of Kerr's travels and discoveries within the Gran Chaco region of South America.
As naturalist on Captain Juan Page's expedition, the author penetrated the Gran Chaco, and his observations, made during –91, form the greater part of the book. Share - A Naturalist in the Gran Chaco by Sir John Graham Kerr (Paperback, ) A Naturalist in the Gran Chaco by Sir John Graham Kerr (Paperback, ) Be the first to write a review.
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Largely uninhabited, the Gran Chaco is an arid subtropical region of low forests and savannas traversed by only two permanent rivers and practically unmarked by roads or rail lines. It is bounded on the west by the Andes mountain ranges and on the east by the Paraguay and Paraná rivers.
The Chaco’s northern and. Gaspar the Gaucho - A Story of the Gran Chaco. The Gran Chaco or Dry Chaco is a sparsely populated, hot and semiarid lowland natural region of the Río de la Plata basin, divided among eastern Bolivia, western Paraguay, northern Argentina, and a portion of the Brazilian states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, where it is connected with the Pantanal region.
This land is sometimes called the Chaco PlainCountries: Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina and Brazil. Having lost its seacoast to Chile during the ill-fated War of the Pacific,Bolivia, nursing its wounds in the Andes, set the stage for the Gran Chaco War of to The Gran Chaco originally belonged to the same Spanish Colonial District as Bolivia, so Bolivia assumed the Chaco was subject to the Spanish administration Author: Bob Ball.
Captain Page would be glad to give a place on the staff of this Expedition to a naturalist, who would thus have an opportunity of investigating the almost unknown fauna and flora of the Gran Chaco, through which the Pilcomayo runs. The Expedition will start from Buenos Ayres in June next, and be absent about six : P.
Sclater. The Chaco War was massive territorial war between Bolivia and Paraguay, which cost almost alives. An old fashioned territorial dispute, the contested area was the Gran Chaco Boreal, a ,square mile region of swamp, jungle and pampas with isolated fortified towns.
The wilderness terrain made operations difficult and costly as the war see-sawed between the 4/5(1).Produced by Nick Hodson of London, England Gaspar the Gaucho, by Captain Mayne Reid. _____ This is another excellent book by the inventor of the Wild West genre. Set in South America, in Paraguay, the hero and his band of friends have many an adventure, just in the course of one voyage, or undertaking.This region travel guide to Gran Chaco is an outline and may need more content.
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