This post refers specifically to Amazon's main listing for "Extreme Weather & Climate" (Ahrens).
I can't tell for sure from the description, but the edition listed is 1, and my class book list says I need edition 11. When I look at listings on Ebay, the international edition is listed as edition 1, and so I raise the question: Is Amazon selling the American or knock-off International version? Anybody know? How can I tell for sure from the Amazon listing, or can I? My suspicions are such that I hesitate to buy.
PS: ISBNs are identical.
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