Researches in Polynesia and Melanesia: An Account of Investigations in Samoa, Tonga, the Ellice Group, and the New Hebrides, in 1924, 1925. Parts I-IV (relating Principally to Medical Entomology).
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CLIMATE OF SAMOA
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