A Theory of Earth's Origin: Four Lectures
This book was originally published in 1949 and consists of four lectures which were delivered at the Academy of Sciences Geophysical Institute in 1948 on the author's hypothesis of the genesis of the Earth and other planets.
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Preface to the Third Edition
Fundamental Regularities of the Plan
The Problem of the Origin of
The Planet Earth
Bibliography of Papers on the Schmidt Theory
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