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Author: Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn; C G Nees von Esenbeck; Kaiserlich Leopoldinisch-Carolinische Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher.
Publisher: Magdeburg : E. Baensch [et al], 1845.
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“Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn (1809-1864) was a German geographer and naturalist and is considered to be the unsurpassed master of scientific research and reproduction of Java. He joined the Netherlands Indies Army as a medical officer in 1834. In 1845 he became a member of the Natural Sciences Commission. He made numerous excursions in Java, climbed all mountains and inspected many craters. The first result of all of his  Read more...
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Junghuhn, Franz Wilhelm, 1809-1864.
Topographische und naturwissenschaftliche reisen durch Java.
Magdeburg : E. Baensch [et al], 1845
(OCoLC)656950853
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn; C G Nees von Esenbeck; Kaiserlich Leopoldinisch-Carolinische Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher.
OCLC Number: 8248895
Notes: Errata on pp. [519-520].
Description: x, 518 [2] pages ; 22 cm + 1 atlas (40 leaves of plates ; 27x40 cm)
Responsibility: von Friedrich Junghuhn [i.e. Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn] ... Für die Kaiserl. Leopold. Carol. akademie der naturforscher zum druck befördert und bevorwortet durch dr. C.G. Nees von Esenbeck ... Mit einem aus 38 tafeln und 2 höhenkarten bestehenden atlasse.

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“Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn (1809-1864) was a German geographer and naturalist and is considered to be the unsurpassed master of scientific research and reproduction of Java. He joined the Netherlands Indies Army as a medical officer in 1834. In 1845 he became a member of the Natural Sciences Commission. He made numerous excursions in Java, climbed all mountains and inspected many craters. The first result of all of his investigations is this monumental work, a semi-autobiography, in which his description of the flora is still unsurpassed. Also included is the account of his arrival in the Netherlands and his voyage to the Dutch East Indies. His great example was Alexander von Humboldt's decription of America. The extraordinary plates, lithographed by E. Baensch, depict situation-sketches and profiles of Javanese volcanoes.”--Antiquarian bookseller's description. Of the lithographs, 36 are concerned with volcanoes; some include sketches of architectural ruins and sculptures; 2 folded plates are cross-sectional line-drawing profile elevation maps of Java.

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