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Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science

, Volume 37, Issue 1, pp 15–43 | Cite as

Notes on the climate of the Swiss Alps, and on some of their health resorts and spas

  • Hermann Weber
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Keywords

High Region Alpine Region Health Resort Hypochondriasis Mountainous Country 
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    On the Sanative Influence of Climate. By Sir James Clark, Bart., M.D., &c. Fourth edition, pp. 250–252. 1846.Google Scholar
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    In the valley of Grindelwald the “Föhn” frequently melts, in twelve hours, a layer of snow of the depth of two and a-half feet. (Tschudi’s Alpenwelt. Fifth edition, p. 18. 1860).Google Scholar

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  • Hermann Weber

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