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200 EVENING CLASSES 12 GEOGRAPHY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to The Course will consist of Eighteen Lectures on Physical Geography Between October and Christmas Ten Lectures which will comprehend the following Aspects of the Natural World-Areas of Eleva- tion-Highlands of the Old World-Lowland Plains -The Desert-Highlands of the New World-The Prairie the Steppe the Savannah &c -The Aus- tralian Bush"-The Tropical Fotest-land II River-basins Areas of Inland Drainage The Great Rivers of either Ocean-The Problem ot River-sources-Lake-basins and the Question ╬┐ their Origin-The Fresh-water Seas ot the New World-The African Lakes-Salt Lakes III The Sea-Its Aspects and Various Phenomena- Ocean-currents-The Theory of Circulation be- tween Tropical and Polar Waters- Deep-sea Soundings-Temperature of the Deep Waters- Why the Sea is Salt- Various Attributes and Functions of the Ocean IV Changes in the Relative Aspects and Levels of Land and Sea-Areas of Volcanic Disturbance -Earthquakes-Geysers Hot Springs &c After Christmas Eight Lectures which will comprehend the tollowing The Natural World in its Relations to Man -Climate-The TroDical Temperate and Polar Belts-Influences that Operate in the Direction of Heat or Cold respectively Isothermal Lines- Areas of Maximum Heat or Cold- Why West Coasts are warmer than Eastern -Trade-winds and Monsoons
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