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" ... glacial deposits of Scotland had been a subject of especial investigation, to conclude that the extension of these two glaciers took place during the second cold period, which he thinks was of little less intensity than the first, and that, while... "
Geological Magazine - Page 308
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 29

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1879
...he thinks was of little less intensity than the first, and that, while the glacier from Glen Arkaig blocked up Glen Gluoy, the glacier from Glen Treig...bodies of water as must have occupied Glen Gluoy and Glun Roy." Mr. Jamieson, in support of this view, adduces the extensive glaciation apparent at the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 29

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1879
...he thinks was of little less intensity than the first, and that, while the glacier from Glen Arkaig blocked up Glen Gluoy, the glacier from Glen Treig...such deep bodies of water as must have occupied Glen Gluey and Glon Roy." Mr. Jamieson, in support of this view, adduces the extensive glaciation apparent...
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THE GEOLOGICAL MADAZINE

HENRY WOODWARD - 1879
...he thinks was of little less intensity than the first, and that, while the glacier from Glen Arkaig blocked up Glen Gluoy, the glacier from Glen Treig...other at Glen Treig, and the problem of the Parallel Eoads can be solved, provided we allow that glaciers have the power to dam such deep bodies of water...
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Nature, Volume 20

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1879
...Chambers and Prof. Nicol, but is no longer held by its distinguished author. May 29, 1879] Glen Arkaig blocked up Glen Gluoy, the glacier from Glen Treig formed a barrier to Glen Roy. The "roads" were, he considers, formed by long-continued shore action at each successive level of the...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 29

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1879
...he thinks was of little less intensity than the first, and that, while the glacier from Glen Arkaig blocked up Glen Gluoy, the glacier from Glen Treig formed a barrier to Glen Roy. Ho observes, " Grant, then, these two ice-streams, one in the Great Caledouiaii Valley and the other...
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Philosophical Transactions, Giving Some Account of the Present Undertakings ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Science - 1880
...itself of sufficient height. When this latter finally gave way, Glen Roy would at length be emptied. " Grant, then, these two ice-streams, one in the Great...water as must have occupied Glen Gluoy and Glen Roy." In support of this view, Mr. JAMIESON shows that Glen Arkaig is glaciated to the height of 700 feet...
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The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London

Geology - 1863
...itself of sufficient height. When this latter finally gave way, Glen Roy would at length be emptied. Grant then these two ice-streams, one in the Great...water as must have occupied Glen Gluoy and Glen Roy. Now there is good reason to believe that both of these glaciers existed. Indeed the evidence for that...
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Nature, Volume 20

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1879
...advocated by R. Chambers and Prof. Nicol, but is no longer held by its distinguished author. Glen Arkaig blocked up Glen Gluoy, the glacier from Glen ! Treig formed a barrier to Glen Roy. The "roads" were, he considers, formed by long-continued shore action at each successive level of the...
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Charles Darwin, Geologist

Sandra Herbert - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 485 pages
...former glaciers — or "ice-streams" as he preferred to describe them — with regard to the roads: "grant then these two ice-streams, one in the Great...the problem of the parallel Roads can be solved." He also postulated, in accordance with ideas that Ramsay was then developing, that Lake Trieg, a "profound...
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