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" Kinahan's work, now before us, aims to give a more detailed account of the strata, and of the facts to be observed in the field, thus acting as a guide to the geologist in his explorations. As the general features of the Geology of Ireland were pointed... "
Geological Magazine - Page 36
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Flint Implements in the Drift: Being an Account of Further Discoveries on ...

Sir John Evans - Flint - 1860 - 28 pages
...Abbeville have been visited by many geologists of note, and, among others, by Sir Charles Lyell, who, in his address to the Geological Section of the British Association, at their meeting in 1859 at Aberdeen, expressed himself as fully prepared to corroborate the observations...
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Geological Magazine

Henry Woodward - Geology - 1879
...the Geology of Ireland were pointed out at some length in the notice of Prof. Hull's book (see GKOL. MAG. March and April, 1878), and as Dr. Evans again...the British Association at the Dublin Meeting (see GBOL. MAG. Sept. 1878), it will be unnecessary to go over the same ground again. After a brief and...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 3; Volume 8; Volume 28

Henry Woodward - Geology - 1891
...have been not one but several such mild interglacial periods. And so we find Prof. Geikie stating, in his address to the Geological Section of the British Association at Newcastle in 1889, that, " In some places three or more such boulder -clays have been observed over1...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Quarterly Journal of Science: With ..., Volume 6

Geology - 1872
...Hall's researches in such a manner that Sir II. I. Murchisou was led to make the following statement in his " Address to the Geological Section of the British Association, at Manchester, Sept. 1^61 " :— " In an able review of this subject, Mr. Sterry Hunt thus expresses himself:...
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THE CANADIAN NATURALIST

- 1872
...Hall's researches in such a manner that Sir II. I. MurchiBOU was led to make the following statement in his " Address to the Geological Section of the British Association, at Manchester, Sept. If61 " :— " In an able review of this subject, Mr. Sterry Hunt thus expresses himself:—"We...
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The Geology of the Weald: Parts of the Counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex, and ...

William Topley - Geology - 1875 - 503 pages
...survey, to be Purbeck strata, " brought up among the Wealden Clays by faults."* MR. GODWIN- AUSTEX, in his address to the Geological section of the British Association at Brighton, speaks of the Ashburnham Beds as " the equivalent of the Purbeck Beds of Dorsetshire."! There...
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Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Economic ...

1875
...survey, to be Purbeck strata, " brought up among the "Wcalden Clays by faults."* MR. Gonwix-AuSTEN, in his address to the Geological section of the British Association at Brighton, speaks of the Ashburnham Beds as " the equivalent of the Purbeck Beds of Dorsetshire."f There...
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THE GEOLOGICAL MADAZINE

HENRY WOODWARD - 1879
...especially upon the physical history of the rocks, and the sculpturing of the scenery. Mr. Kinahan's work, now before us, aims to give a more detailed...stratified rocks, which take up the first section *>f the book. The oldest Palaeozoic rocks are grouped as Cambrian (Sedgwick), Cambro-Silurian (Phillips),...
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The Eagle: A Magazine, Volumes 14-15

1887
...youthful spirits, without a father's guiding and restraining hand, no wonder that, as he himself stated in his address to the Geological Section of the British Association at Cambridge in 1862, he 'displayed but a truant disposition to study, and too often hurried from the...
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Anthropological Studies, Volume 20

Anne Walbank Buckland - Anthropology - 1891 - 295 pages
...theory of the shifting of the earth's axis appears to be still favoured by geologists, for Mr. Green, in his address to the Geological Section of the British Association at Leeds this year (1890), says — " At a gathering where several of our beat English geologists were...
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