Schlink: In 1990, in January, I became a guest professor at Humboldt in Germany right after the wall had come down.
“Intellectuals are coming up in this country,” Humboldt says.
Yet Humboldt was not the original inventor of the inquiry into the mean temperatures.
There is a good account of it in Humboldt's Examen critique, tom.
Went down the Humboldt and crossed another stream, tributary to the former.
He is second only to Humboldt in describing a tropical forest.
"Rivers are the natural highways of nations," says Humboldt.
It is well that Humboldt's advice was not heeded in this regard.
The writings of Humboldt mark an era in the science of geography, and have led to many further researches.
Twenty miles from the Sink of the Humboldt there are four wells.
German naturalist and writer who explored South America, Cuba, and Mexico (1799-1804) and recorded a wide range of species, particularly plants, and attempted to explain their geographic distribution with respect to their environment. His work laid the foundation the science of ecology.