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41. Geological magazine : Vol. 9 Iss. 1-7, 9-12 Year. 1892

Material type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, Ltd ; 1892 Availability: No items available Damaged (1).

42. Geological magazine : Vol. 7 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1890

Source: The skull of the gigantic Ceratopsidæ1Source: Did the great rivers of Siberia flow southwards and not northwards in the mammoth age?1Source: New Blattoid insects from the South Wales coalfieldSource: Coal in the South East of EnglandSource: Note on the devonian fishes of Soaumenao bay and Campbelltown in Canada1Source: Notes on the geology of the Gironde, with especial refebence to the miocene bedsSource: Note on an occurrence of willemite in a slagSource: Report on the Geology of the Rainy lake regionSource: Einige Bemerkungen Ueber die Jura-Ablagerungen des Himalaya und MittelasiensSource: Fossil Fishes from the Devonian of Belgium - “Recherches sur les Poissons des Terrains Paléozoiques de Belgique.”Source: Upper Cretaceous Fish-Remains from Manitoba - “Contributions to Canadian Palæontology,”Source: Eminent living geologistsSource: Mr. Mellard Reade's interpretation of the lower trias physiographySource: On Phlyctænius, a new genus of Coccosteidæ1Source: On a new locality for the Arctic fauna of the “Basement” boulder clay in Youkshire1Source: On the climate of the loess period in Central Europe and the cause which produced itSource: The paste of limestones2Source: On a method of producing perlitic and pumiceous structures in Canada balsamSource: A manual or palæontology for the use of students, with a general introduction on the principles of palæontologySource: Proceedings of the Cotteswold Naturalists' Field Club for 1888–1889Source: Structures et Classification des Roches ÉruptivesSource: Notes on the palæontology of Western AustraliaSource: Description of fossils from the Kimberley district, 1 Western AustraliaSource: Notes on the culm-measures at Bude, North CornwallSource: Notes on the geology of South BedfordshireSource: A manual of palæontology for the use of students, with a general introducton on the principles of palæontologySource: Contributions to the micro-palæontology of the cambro-silurian rocks of CanadaSource: Descriptions of eight new species of fossils from the cambro-silurian rocks of ManitobaSource: Hampstead hill : Its structure, materials, and sculpturingSource: Mount vesuvius : A descriptive historical and geological account of the volcano and its surroundingsSource: Age of the volcanic series in ShropshireSource: Ground morainesSource: Coral like structures from the Culdaff limestone, Co. DonegalSource: Note on Phlyctænius, a new genus of CoccosteidæSource: Radiolarian chert in the ballantrae series (=Llandeilo-caradoc) of the south of ScotlandSource: Notes on the Palæontology of Western AustraliaSource: Physiography of the lower triasSource: On a new species of pycnodont fish (Mesodon Damoni) from the Portland OoliteSource: On a new species of pycnodont fish (Mesodon Damoni) from the Portland OoliteSource: On Cœlacanthus Phillipsii, AgassizSource: On the schists of the Lizard districtSource: Über die Gattung Prisciturben, KunthSource: The development of some silurian BrachiopodaSource: The vertebrate animals of Leicestershire and RutlandSource: Kopfstacheln von Hybodus und Acrodus, sog. Ceratodus heteromorphus, AgSource: An elementary text-book of geology : Intended as an introduction to the study of the rocks and their contentsSource: The crystalline schists of the lepontine AlpsSource: The culm-measures at Bude, North CornwallSource: Contortion and metamorphismSource: Coccosteus decipiensSource: Tidal actionSource: Notes on the palæontology of Western AustraliaSource: On some epi-diorites of N.W. IrelandSource: The high continental elevation preceding the pleistocene period (in America)Source: Woodwardian laboratory notesSource: The physiography of the lower triasSource: The culm-measures at Bude, North CornwallSource: The geology of the Isle of WightSource: The Bala volcanic series of caernarvonshire and associated rocksSource: Memoirs by Robert KidstonSource: A catalogue of British fossil vertebrataSource: On the supposed pectoral limb in Coccosteus DecipiensSource: Mr. Mellard Reade on the physiography of the lower triasSource: Further notes on some mollusca from South AustraliaSource: The extension of the Mellard Reade and C. Davison theory of secular straining of the earth to the explanation of the deep phenomena of volcanic actionSource: Notice of new and little known fish remains from the blackband ironstone of Borough Lee, near EdinburghSource: Note on the airolo-schists controversySource: Physiography of the lower triasSource: Note on the occurrence of the tunny (Thynnus Thynnus) in the cromer “Forest Bed”Source: Notes on the probable origin of some slatesSource: The school manual of geologySource: North American geology and palæontology for the use of amateurs, students, and scientistsSource: A guide to the exhibition galleries of the Department of Geology and Palæontology of the British MuseumSource: Proceedings of the cotteswold naturalists' field clubSource: Note on the gill-rakers of Leedsia problamatica—A gigentic fish from the oxford claySource: On a head of eurycormus from the kimmeridge clay of ely1Source: Notes on the geology of FinlandSource: On Rhynchopygus Woodi, Forbes sp., from the English PlioceneSource: On dynamo-metamouphismSource: Note on a pliocene mammalian fauna at olivola in the upper Val di Magra (Prov. Massa-Carrara), ItalySource: On the base of the sedimentary series in England and WalesSource: Notes on the probable origin of some SlatesSource: Le rocce eruttive dell' Eocene superiore nell' ApenninoSource: The Genesis of the ArietidæSource: On the occurrence of the genus turrilepas, H. Woodw., and Annelid Jaws in the upper silurian (? Wenlock) rocks of New South WalesSource: Note on the occurrence of trigonograptus ensiformis, hall, sp., and of a variety of didymograptus v-fractus, salter, in the skiddaw slatesSource: Secular straining of the earth in relation to the deep phenomena of volcanic actionSource: Vulcano and stromboli1Source: On the base of the sedimentary series in England and WalesSource: Fossil types in the Bristol museumSource: Professor Gaudry On DryopithecusSource: The geology of the country near Yarmouth and LowestoftSource: The ascoceratiæ and the lituitiæ of the upper silurian formation of GotlandSource: “Étude sur les Roches cristallins et Éruptives des environs du Mont Blanc.”Source: On some fossil EstheriæSource: Note on the denudation and elevation of the wealdSource: Vertebrate palæontology in some American and Canadian museumsSource: Tertiary and post-tertiary stratigraphySource: The rocks of St. DavidsSource: Note on certain teeth referred to Hyænodon IndicusSource: Note on the elevation of the WealdSource: On some small bivalve shells from the karoo formation, South AfricaSource: Fossil types in the Bristol museumSource: Les Enchainements du Monde Animal dans les Temps Geologiques—Fossiles SecondairesSource: The life and letters of the reverend Adam SedgwickSource: The geological features of the North Staffordshire coal-fields, their organic remains, their range and distribution; with a catalogue of the fossils of the carboniferous system of North StaffordshireSource: Wisnioski, Thaddeus. Mikrofauna Ilów Ornatowych Okolicy KrakowaSource: On some Australian species of the family ArchæocyathinæSource: Wind waves and tidal currentsSource: On variations of the climateSource: The recent and rapid elevation of the Ural mountainsSource: Invertebrate palæontology in some continental museumsSource: On the structure and stratigraphical relation of Rhobell FawrSource: On the occurrence of lemmings and other rodents in the brick-earth of the Thames valleySource: Vertebrate palænotology in some Amercian and Canadian museumsSource: On a new form of spiral in Spirifera glabraSource: Notes on some observed rates of weathering of limestonesSource: Geological Survey of Western AustraliaSource: Geological Survey of IndiaSource: Priority of nomenclatureSource: The elevation of the wealdSource: Standards of measurementSource: Some additions to the Australian tertiary echinoideaSource: Quaternary changes of levelsSource: Notes on the Bunter and Keuper formations in the country around Liverpool6Source: On the nature and origin of the banded structure in the schists and other rocks of the Lizard districtSource: Suggestions on sites for coal-search in the South East of England1Source: On pre-cambrian rocks occurring as fragments in the cambrian conglomerates in BritainSource: Les Enchainements du Monde Animal dans les Temps Geologiques, Fossiles SecondairesSource: Researches on ripple-marks and on wave-actionSource: Memoirs of the Geological Survey of New South WalesSource: Annuaire Géologique UniverselSource: The cambrian conglomerate of St. DavidsSource: Wind waves and tidal currentsSource: On a new British isopod (Cyclosphæoma Trilobatum) from the great oolite of NorthamptonSource: Note on the effect of pressure upon serpentine in the Pennine AlpsSource: A revision of the group of nautilus elegans, J. SowerbySource: On some fossils from Central AfricaSource: The effects produced by earth-movements on pre-cambrian and lower palæozoic rocks in some sections in Wales and ShropshireSource: The date of the High Continental Elevation of AmericaSource: Note on dynamic-metamorphismSource: On the structure and distribution of coral reefs; also geological observations on the volcanic islands and parts of South AmericaSource: Prof. W. B. Scott on the oreodonts - Beiträge zur Kenntniss der OreodontidæSource: Professor H. Credner on permian labyrinthodonts and reptiles - Die Stegocephalen und Saurier as dem Rothliegenden des Plauen'schen Grundes bei DresdenSource: Holm, Gerhard. Om Förekomsten af en Caryocrinus I SverigeSource: Revision of a genus of fossil fishes - DapedinusSource: A zoological pocket-bookSource: Proceedings of the Cotteswold Naturalists' Field Club for 1889–90Source: Mr. Somervail's contributions to the petrology of the LizardSource: Banded rocks of the LizardSource: Prof. Prestwich, F.R.S., on the elevation of the WealdSource: The elevation of the WealdMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Kegan Paul, Trench Trubner & Co. Limited ; 1890 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

43. Geological magazine : Vol. 76 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1939

Source: The Cefn Bryn shales of GowerSource: Movement of sand by windSource: New Blattoid insects from the South Wales coalfieldSource: The cambridge collection of rock-slicesSource: Notes on the geology of the lizard peninsula. No. 4. “The Devil's Frying Pan,” CadgwithSource: The classification of igneous rocks : An historical approachSource: Some aspects of the distribution and migration of trilobites in the British lower palaeozoic faunas1Source: A quartz-diorite from Glenduckie hill, FifeSource: Problems of ammonite nomenclatureSource: The nature and significance of the pedicleforamen of leptaena dalmanSource: Quartz family mineralsSource: Field determination of rocksSource: Die fossilen reptilienSource: On certain anthracomyas from the similis-pulchra zone of the coal measuresSource: Notes on the geology of the lizard peninsula. No. 5. Porthallow and Neighbourhood : Folding : Tourmaline-bearing rocksSource: On rutile in the DoggerSource: Upper gault near Aylesbury, BucksSource: On rhythms in the history of the earthSource: The structure of lycophoria lahusen. (Brachiopoda)Source: Lexicon de StratigraphieSource: The earth's interior : its nature and compositionSource: The creation of MalayaSource: Geologische Jahresberichte. Band I : Allgemeine und historische Geologie, 1936–7Source: The cambridge regionSource: Die Tafoni-VerwitterungserscheinungenSource: Aus den Einsamkeiten IransSource: The mica-pegmatites of Kodarma, IndiaSource: New Lamprophyres at Grève de Lecq, JerseySource: The consolidation of muddy sedimentsSource: Note on an examination of the poxwell anticline, DorsetSource: Factors controlling graptolite successions and assemblages1Source: The water supply of the county of London from underground sourcesSource: On some tithonian ammonites from the Northern range of Trinidad, B.W.I.Source: Geological Survey, Federated Malay StatesSource: On a collection of reptilian bones from the Oolite of stow-on-the-wold, GloucestershireSource: Filtering appendices on the branchial arches of Coelacanthus lepturns AgassizSource: Brookite in the Millstone grit of YorkshireSource: The micro-fabric of some members of the “Tarskavaig-Moine” series1Source: On granitization and associated processesSource: Notes on the geology of the North-Eastern extremity of the Northern Frontier province, Kenya colonySource: On certain aspects of the physiography of the coast ranges of Kenya colony, near MombasaSource: Black Oolites in the Dogger of North-East YorkshireSource: On the pleistocene rocks of Iceland and the age of the submarine shelfSource: Problems of ammonite nomenclatureSource: Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, No. 1.Source: Garnets and their role in natureSource: Continental driftSource: Problems of ammonite nomenclatureSource: Statistical methods in sedimentary petrology1Source: A miocene limestone from CyprusSource: A new method for the discovery of flat-dipping structures (1° and less) in irregular lenticular sedimentsSource: An interpretation of certain reversed faults at chipping sodbury, GloucestershireSource: Possible late-glacial sea-levels at 190 and 140 feet O.D. in the British IslesSource: Sedimentary formations of abnormal thicknessSource: Kyanite-gedrite paragenesesSource: Geology of IndiaSource: Gypsum and anhydrite and celestine and strontianiteSource: An introduction to crystal chemistrySource: The age of the upper basalts in middle Northern IcelandSource: On further collections of quaternary fossils from SpitsbergenSource: Statistical methods in sedimentary petrology. Part II. Grain-size measurements and their graphical studySource: Note on the occurrence of Dayia navicula (J. de C. Sowerby) in the lower ludlow rocks of ShropshireSource: The blea wyke beds and the Dogger at Peak, YorkshireSource: Some new species of proetidae and otarionidae from the Ashgillian of GirvanSource: Geology and allied sciences : A thesaurus and a co-ordination of English and German specific and general termsSource: The start-Dodman-lizard boundary-zone in relation to the alpine structure of CornwallSource: The landscape cycle under semi-arid conditionsSource: Reddened carboniferous beds in the Carlisle basin and EdensideSource: Statistical methods in sedimentary petrology : Part III. Cartograpic methodsSource: A simple device for the construction of the trace of the axial “Plane” of a competent fold when the centres of curvature of the components of the curve are not knownSource: Muscle systems of some inarticulate brachiopodsSource: The relation between magmatic cycles and orogenic epochsSource: Problems of ammonite nomenclatureSource: U-shaped burrows in the corallian beds of DorsetSource: On the palatoquadrate and hyomandibula of pleuracanthus sessilis JordanSource: Handbuch der PaläozoologieSource: Primary Banding in Norite and GabbroSource: On coal veins in MalayaSource: Varved sediments in MalayaSource: The microflora of the upper and lower estuarine series of the East MidlandsSource: Quaternary sea-levels in the Northern HemisphereSource: A source book in geologySource: The nature and origin of coal seamsSource: Geology and engineeringSource: Publications du bureau d'études géologiques et Minières colonialesSource: The chalk echinoid galeola in EnglandSource: A petrological study of the limestones in the Moine series of Ardgour, ArgyllshireSource: The geology of South AfricaMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Dulau & Co, Ltd ; 1939 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

44. Geological magazine : Vol. 99 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1962

Source: Hydrothermal Alteration in the Carrock Fell Area, Cumberland, EnglandSource: Ocellar Hybrids from the Tyrone Igneous Series, IrelandSource: Diopside-Orthoclase-Hornblende Rocks from the Lewisian Paragneisses of South Harris, Outer HebridesSource: A Conglomeratic Grit at Knowle Wood, near Woolley, South DevonSource: Vermiform Burrows and Rate of Sedimentation in the Lower GreensandSource: Sclerotinite in Coal—its Petrology and ClassificationSource: Washout Structures in the Dalradian near Kentallen, ArgyllSource: Turbidity Current at Kadavu Passage, FijiSource: Authigenic Minerals in Carboniferous Sediments from Central VestspitsbergenSource: A Study of Quartz Orientation and its Relation to Movement in Shear FoldsSource: The Structure of the Scotia ArcSource: Precambrian Perthosites in NyasalandSource: Origin of Albite PorphyroblastsSource: Origin of Albite PorphyroblastsSource: New Record of Anthraconauta TenuisSource: CrystallometrySource: Some Glacial Deposits and their Relation to the Hippopotamus-bearing Beds at Barrington, cambridgeshireSource: Kentallenite-Lamprophyre-Granite Age Relations at Kentallen, ArgyllSource: Fossil Coccospheres from a Tertiary Outcrop on the Continental SlopeSource: Clay Mineralogy of Selected Clays from the English WealdenSource: Sedimentary Structures in the Keuper Marl (Upper Triassic)Source: Skipsey's Marine Band and Red Coal Measures in FifeSource: The Geology of the Katmaian Volcanics of the Upper Oramutia Valley, KenyaSource: The Gneisses of the Bartica Assemblage, British GuianaSource: Biotite- and Sphene-rich rocks in the Moine Series of Ardnamurchan, ArgyllshireSource: The Type-Species of Aganides, Clymenia, and CyrthoceratitesSource: The Occurrence of Pedunculate Brachiopods in Soft SedimentsSource: The Earth TodaySource: Methods and Techniques in GeophysicsSource: Descriptive PalaeoclimatologySource: Geology of the ArcticSource: Grundlagen der Angewandten Geophysik für GeologenSource: A Hole in the Bottom of the SeaSource: A Structural Study of the Southern End of the French JuraSource: Tectonic Structures in the Devonian Rocks near Plymouth, DevonSource: Early Tertiary Fold Movements in MullSource: A Magnetic Fabric in TillSource: The Provenance and Emplacement of Upper Arenigian Turbidites in Co. Mayo, Eire.Source: A Note on the Composition of some Natural Acid GlassesSource: A Suspected Spilitic Rock from the Lower Cambrian Manganese Shale Group of the Harlech Dome, North WalesSource: Sponges and the Chalk RockSource: Islands Pattern of IslandsSource: Tie-Lines of Co-Existing PyroxenesSource: Structures of Devon and CornwallSource: Festoon BeddingSource: International Symposium on Mining ResearchSource: Minerals, Rocks, and GemstonesSource: The Madai-Baturong Limestone Member of the Chert-Spilite Formation, North BorneoSource: Some Theoretical Factors in Geomorphological AnalysisSource: On Hemitrypa hibernica M'CoySource: Some Holothurian Spicules from the Ampthill Clay of Melton, near Hull (Yorkshire)Source: The Evolution of GryphaeaSource: A Note on the Morphology of HolectypusSource: A Graphical Method for Analysing Fossil Distortion caused by Tectonic DeformationSource: Evidence from Recent Plankton Regarding the Biological Affinities of Tasmanites Newton 1875 and Leiosphaeridia Eisenack 1958Source: The Composition of Marls and Limestones in the Great Oolite Series of OxfordshireSource: The Buried Channel of the Bristol AvonSource: Malvern StructuresSource: Torridonian MicrofossilsSource: Fundamentals of Mid-Tertiary Stratigraphical CorrelationSource: Manual of Field GeologySource: Some Aspects of the Variscan Fold BeltSource: The Revised Ludlovian Stratigraphy of the Type Area—A DiscussionSource: Ludlovian Classification—A ReplySource: Greywacke Sedimentation in the Torridonian of Colonsay and OronsaySource: A Note on Some Acid Breccias in the Kilchrist Vent, SkyeSource: Metamorphic Grade and Iron-Magnesium Distribution between Co-Existing Garnet-Biotite and Garnet-HornblendeSource: Microplankton from the Speeton Clay of YorkshireSource: On the Genus Amplexograptus Lapworth, Elles & WoodSource: A Drift-filled Valley at Thistleton on the Rutland–Lincolnshire BorderSource: Volcanic Rocks of the Oramutia Section, Central KenyaSource: The Structure of Mid-Devon and North CornwallSource: ? Early Tertiary Fold Movements in MullSource: Validation of the Name Nothodiscus for a Genus of Cretaceous AmmonitesSource: On the External Characters of MineralsSource: Stratigraphy and Origin of the Cork Red MarbleSource: Pseudo-pleochroic Calcite in Recrystallized Shell-LimestonesSource: The Petrology of the Mt. Alford Ring-Complex, S.E. Queensland N. C. StevensSource: The Geometry of Conjugate Fold SystemsSource: An Interpretation of Moine-Lewisian Relations in Central Ross-shireSource: The Tectonics of the Aberystwyth GritsSource: The Petrogenetic Model, an Extension of Bowen's Petrogenetic GridSource: Origin of Fracture and Slaty CleavageSource: The Evolution of GryphaeaSource: Pre-Cambrian Perthosites in NyasalandSource: Geologie von ParaguaySource: Applied Geophysics U.S.S.R. Source: Study of the EarthMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1962 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

45. Geological magazine : Vol. 8 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1891

Source: I.—A geologist of a century agoSource: II.—Essays in theoretical geologySource: III.—The motion of land-iceSource: IV.—Notes on a new fossil sponge from the utica shale formation (Ordovician) at Ottawa, CanadaSource: V.—Note on the identity of Nautilus Neocomiensis, sharpe (non D'Orbigny) with Nautilus Deslongchampsianus, D'OrbSource: VI.—A catalogue of British fossil vertebrata. supplement for 1890Source: I.—Dr. Ristori on fossil Italian ApesSource: II.—Dr. K. A. von Zittel's handbook of palæontologySource: Dr. Otto Jaekel on the systematic position and fossil remains of pristiophorusSource: Proceedings of the Geologists' AssociationSource: V.—Records of the Geological Survey of New South WalesSource: Prof. Bonney and General McMahon on the geology of the Lizard districtSource: On dynamo-MetamorphismSource: I.—On some more fossil estheriæSource: I.—On some more fossil estheriæSource: II.—On the British earthquakes of 1889.1Source: III.—An inexpensive apparatus for the isolation of minerals by means of heavy liquids.3Source: IV.—Essays in theoretical geologySource: I.—North American crinoidologySource: On the fossil fish of the cretaceous formations of ScandinaviaSource: MachærodusSource: Sur la nature Végétale de l'Aachenosaurus multidensSource: La Faune Tertiaire Marine de Carry, de Sausset et de Couronne (Prés Marseille)Source: Catalogue of minerals for saleSource: “Stem-Ossicles” of Crinoidea, in the Leptæna-Kalk (Upper Ordovician) Dalecarlia SwedenSource: The denudation and elevation of the WealdSource: Reply to Mr. A. SomervailSource: Dynamo-MetamorphismSource: Funnel-holes on lebanonSource: Elevation and subsidence during the glacial periodSource: Physical geology of the sub-HimalayaSource: On the very recent and rapid elevation of the Highlands of Eastern AsiaSource: Notes on some fish-remains from the lower tertiary and upper cretaceous of Belgium, collected by monsieur A. Houzeau de LehaieSource: Note on tooth of an extinct alligator (Bottosaurus Belgicus, sp. nov.) from the lower danian of Ciply, BelgiumSource: Note on specimens of cherty siliceous rock from South AustraliaSource: Woodwardian museum notesSource: Note on a Greywether at BayswaterSource: Notes on volcanic paroxysmal explosions, and the causes of volcanic action.1Source: Catalogue of the fossil fishes in the British museum (Natural History)Source: Notes on the geology of AyrshireSource: Contributions to the tertiary fauna of Florida, with especial reference to the miocene SILEX-beds of Tampa, and the pliocene beds of the caloosahatchie riverSource: The autobiography of the earthSource: A bibliography of palœozoic crustacea, from 1698 to 1889, including a list of North American species and a systematic arrangement of generaSource: On an erect tree-stump with roots, from the coal of Piesberg, near OsnabrückSource: The Maltese Islands, with special reference to their geological structureSource: Mr. Oldham on the HimalayasSource: Mr. Mellard Reade and the Herschel-Babbage theory of mountain buildingSource: Crinoidal stems in ordovician of SwedenSource: Motion of land-iceSource: Elevation and subsidence in Central AmericaSource: On new specimens of Dendrepeton Acadianum, with remarks on other carboniferous amphibiansSource: On the very recent and rapid elevation of the Highlands of Eastern AsiaSource: Further notes on fireclays, etc.Source: On various crystalline rocksSource: Notes on the older rocks of FinlandSource: L'Archéen et le Cambrien dans le Nord du Massif Breton et Leurs Équivalents dans le Pays de GallesSource: The gigantic ceratopsidæ, or horned dinosaurs, of North America1Source: On Bubalus Bainii (Seeley)Source: On the Genus Lévellia (Porcellia, Lévellé), with a notice of a new species from the carboniferous limestone of IrelandSource: Note on the age and ancient glaciers of the HimalayasSource: Note on the expansion theory of mountain-evolutionSource: On a microsaurian (Hylonomus Wildi, sp. nov.) from the Lancashire coal-fieldSource: Observations on a Keuper conglomerate and on a Breccia, both recently exposed in the neighbourhood of BristolSource: The naturalist of CumbraeSource: The perisomic plates of the crinoidsSource: Contributions à la Géologie des Pays-BasSource: The geology of the country around Liverpool, including the North of FlintshireSource: The triassic rooks of West Somerset, and the devonian rocks on their bordersSource: Report of exploration of the glacial lake Agassiz in ManitobaSource: Aids in practical geologySource: The geology of BarbadosSource: North American Cretaceous Echinoidea - Note sur Quelques Échinides du Terrain crétacé du MexiqueSource: Dynamic metromorphism of rocksSource: The gigantic ceratopsidæ, or horned dinosaurs, of North America1Source: Appendix.—Restoration of triceratopsSource: Notes on a collection of rocks from the Tonga IslandsSource: Note on Hylonomus Lyelli, with photographic reproduction of skeletonSource: Note on the alleged genesis of rutile in fireclaysSource: Post-Pliocene continental subsidence (In America) verses glacial damsSource: The effect of sedimentation on the temperature of the earth's crustSource: On the preparation of a cheap heavy liquid, for the separation of mineralsSource: An introduction to the study of petrology : The igneous rocksSource: Dr. H. Filhol on the fossil mammals of sansanSource: Guide du Géologue dans le Tertiaire ParisienSource: The tertiary insets of North AmericaSource: Elevation of America in the tertiary periodsSource: The geology of the salt range of the PanjabSource: Note on a nearly perfect skeleton of Ichthyosaurus Tenuirostris from the lower lias of street, SomersetSource: The perched blocks of norber brow and their levels relative to their place of originSource: The lower cretaceous series of the Vale of WardourSource: The recent and rapid elevation of the HimalayasSource: On dynamic metaporphismSource: Rutile in Fireclays—Reply to Major-General MacMahonSource: On the British earthquakes of 18891Source: Professor Osborn on the Molars of the PerissodactylaSource: Geological Survey of IllinoisSource: Catalogue of the fossil Cephalopoda in the British museum (Natural History), Part IISource: Correlation of quaternary changes of levels in North America and the Caribbean regionSource: On the sands and gravels intercalated in the boulder-claySource: Notes on the “Pleistocene Beds” of GozoSource: On orthoceratites vaginatus, SchlotheimSource: Physical studies of an ancient estuary2Source: On the British earthquakes of 18891Source: The age of the HimalayasSource: Dr. Anton Fritsch on Palæozoic Elasmobranch fishesSource: Catalogue of the fossil birds in the British museumSource: Mr. G. A. Boulenger on extinct reptiliaSource: Restoration of stegosaurusSource: The Scandinavian glacier, and some inferences derived from itSource: Transverse valleys in the Eastern CaucasusSource: On the sands and gravels Intercalated in the boulder-claySource: Recent geological investigations in the salt rangeSource: Report on some rock-specimens from the Kimberley diamond-minesSource: On a glacial mound in Glen Fruin, DumbartonshireSource: An introduction to the study of mammals living and extinctSource: Armoured Palæozoic SharksSource: Memorials of John Gunn : Being some account of the Cromer forest bed and its fossil mammalia, and of the associated strata in the Cliffs of Norfolk and Suffolk, from the MS. Notes of the late John GunnSource: Notes on the geological section exposed in the railway cutting from Levenshulme to FallowfieldSource: British fossil birdsSource: Pantobiblion: An International Bibliographical Review of the World's Scientific LiteratureSource: Monograph of the Fossil Species of PristisSource: The supposed dicynodont from the Elgin TriasSource: On dynamo-metamorphismSource: Dynamo-metamorphism againSource: On the origin and mode of formation of the concretions in the magnesian limestones of DurhamSource: The recent and rapid elevation of the American CordilleraSource: On the British earthquakes of 1890, with the exception of those felt in the Neighbourhood of invernessSource: Lower greensand and purbecks in the Vale of Wardour, WiltsSource: Note on an undescribed area of lower greensand or vectian in DorsetSource: On a specimen of Waldheimia perforata (Piette), showing original colour-markingsSource: Notes on the altered coniston flags at shapSource: The lake-dwellings of Europe, being the rhind lectures in archæology for 1888Source: Descriptions of some new or previously unrecorded species of fossils from the devonian rocks of ManitobaSource: Landscape geology : A plea for the study of geology by landscape paintersSource: Tertiary fishesSource: The lower permian fishes of FranceSource: The geology of the North-East of Caithness, and a discussion as to the age of the old red sandstone of the North of ScotlandSource: Dynamic metamorphism “Again.”Source: On Pleuronautilus [Nautilus] nodoso-carinatus, Römer, spSource: On some recent contributions to precambrian geologySource: A miniature illustration of normal faultingSource: On the amount of sand brought up by lobworms to the surfaceSource: Note on the occurrence of Ammonites Jurensis in the ironstone of the northampton Sands in the neighbourhood of NorthamptonSource: On Athyris læviuscula, Sow., sp., with the full disclosure of its loop, etcSource: Pineal fontanelle of placoderm and catfishSource: Cretaceous fishes from MexicoSource: Winchester college natural history societySource: L'Evolution des Formes Animales Avant l'Apparition de l'HommeSource: Transactions of the Leeds Geological AssociationSource: The ancestral horseSource: Notes on coniston flagsSource: Concretions in magnesian limestoneSource: On Olenellus Callavei and its geological relationshipsSource: Petrological notes on some Lake district rocksSource: Pholidophorus germanicus : An addition to the fish fauna of the upper lias of whitbySource: Pseudotrionyx from the bracklesham bedsSource: Notes on stereodon melitensis, OwenSource: Systematic list of the Frederick E. Edwards collection of British oligocene and eocene mollusca in the British museum Source: The eocene and oligocene beds of the Paris basinSource: The physical geology and geography of IrelandSource: Some recent memoirs on Palæozoic OstracodaSource: Concerning NomenclatureMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, Ltd ; 1891 Availability: No items available Damaged (1).

46. Geological magazine : Vol. 6 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1889

Source: I.—Homosteus, Asmuss, compared with Coccosteus, AgassizSource: II.—Note on the Lower Cambrian of Bethesda, North WalesSource: III.—Notes on the Physics of MetamorphismSource: IV.—On the Ballantrae Rocks of South Scotland and their Place in the Upland SequenceSource: V.—On a New Species of the Genus Protaster (P. brisingoides), from the Upper Silurian of Victoria, AustraliaSource: VI.—Note on the Genera Tristychius and Ptychacanthus, AgassizSource: I.—The History of Volcanic Action during the Tertiary Period in the British IslesSource: II.—A Bibliography of the Foraminifera, Recent and FossilSource: III.—Tabular Index to the Upper Cretaceous Fossils of England and Ireland,Source: The Genus AscocerasSource: The Monian SystemSource: Uniformity in Scientific BibliographySource: I.—On some Physical Changes in the Earth's CrustSource: II.—Notes on Altered Igneous Rocks of Tintagel, North CornwallSource: III.—On the Ballantrae Rocks of South Scotland and their Place in the Upland SequenceSource: IV.—On Local Thickening of Dykes and Beds by FoldingSource: V.—On the Occurrence of Soda-Felsites (Keratophyres) in Co. Wicklow, IrelandSource: VI.—An Analysis of the Kentish RagSource: VII.—On a Remarkable Sodalite Trachyte lately discovered in Naples, ItalySource: VIII.—Note on Pleurotoma Turbida, Solander, and P. colon, SowSource: I.—Fossils of the British Islands, stratigraphically and zoologically arranged.Source: II.—Report of the Geological Survey of OhioSource: III.—Geological Survey of England and Wales Source: The Geology of the Country around East DerehamSource: Uniformity in Scientific BibliographySource: Uniformity in Scientific BibliographySource: Professor Blake's “Monian System.”Source: The Serpentine of the LizardSource: I.—On a New Species of DipterusSource: II.—Restoration of Brontops Robustus, from the Miocene of AmericaSource: III.—Notes on Altered Igneous Rocks of Tintagel, North CornwallSource: IV.—On the Occurrence of a Variety of Picrite (Scyelite) in SarkSource: V.—On the Recent Discovery of the Remains of the Mammoth in the Valley of the DarentSource: VI.—On a Breccia and an Altered Hornblende-Schist at Housel Cove, LizardSource: VII.—On some Physical Changes in the Earth's CrustSource: VIII.—On a Cœluroid Dinosaur from the WealdenSource: IX.—Note on the Deciduous Septa of Ascoceras Murchisoni, BarrandeSource: on PalichthyologySource: II.—Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada. Annual Report (New Series)Source: III.—Richmond Coal Field, Virginia.Source: A Correction.—Mesozoic MonocotyledonSource: I.—Some Additions to the Vertebrate Fauna of the Norfolk “Preglacial Forest Bed” with Description of a New Species of Deer (Cervus Rectus)Source: II.—On the Superimposed Draninage of the English Lake DistrictSource: III.—The Work of Prof. Henry Carvill Lewis in Glacial GeologySource: IV.—On Soda-Microcline from KilimandscharoSource: V.—On some Physical Changes in the Earth's CrustSource: VI.—Mr. E. T. Newton on PterosauriaSource: The Subterranean Treasures of ItalySource: Handbuch der Palæontologie Palæozoologie.Source: Dyke in the Lizard SerpentineSource: Scientific BibliographySource: The Olenellus Zone In N. W. EuropeSource: A Wooden DinosaurSource: I.—On Fossil Isopods, with a Description of a New SpeciesSource: —On the Microscopic Structure of the Jurassic PisoliteSource: On Jurassic AmmonitesSource: Comparison of the Principal Forms of Dinosauria of Europe and AmericaSource: Second Note on StenothecaSource: Glaciation of Eastern CanadaSource: On the Occurrence of Ottrelite in the Phyllites of North CornwallSource: On the Secular Straining of the Earth. I.Source: An Exposure of Middle and Newer Pleistocene Boulder Clay in DerbySource: on PalichthyologySource: Brachiospongidæ: A Memoir on a Group or Silurian SpongesSource: On a New Specimen of Histionotus angularis, EgertonSource: On Statical and Dynamical MetamorphismSource: A Week's Geological Excursion to the Swiss AlpsSource: On the Creeping of the Soilcap through the Action of FrostSource: Notes on the Wicklow GreenstonesSource: Devonian Greenstones and Chlorite Schists of South DevonSource: On some Ostracoda from the Mabou Coal-field, Inverness Co., Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)Source: On the Discovery of Turrilepas in the Utica Formation (Ordovician) of Ottawa, CanadaSource: Remarks on Mr. Davison's Paper on Secular Straining of the EarthSource: The Probable Cause of the Displacement of Beach-lines. An Attempt to Compute Geological EpochsSource: Die Stämme des Thierreiches von M. Neumayr Wirbellose ThiereSource: Occurrence of Soda-Felsites (Keratophyres) in IrelandSource: Subaërial Deposits of the Arid Region of North AmericaSource: The Lias Marlstone of Tilton, LeicestershireSource: Was there an Arctic Ocean in the Mammoth Period?Source: On some Modes of Formation of Coal-SeamsSource: Note on some Pebbles in the Basal Conglomerate of the Cambrian at St. DavidsSource: The Present State of the Archæan Controversy in BritainSource: Note on some Points in the Nomenclature of Fossil Reptiles and Amphibians, with Preliminary Notices of Two New SpeciesSource: Bulletins of the Geological Society of France.Source: The Geological Survey of Bavaria - Geognostische JahreshefteSource: Foliation in the Malvern HillsSource: The Lias Marlstone of Tilton, LeicestershireSource: Subaërial Deposits of the Arid Region of North AmericaSource: Glaciation of High Points in the Southern Interior of British ColumbiaSource: Notes on New and other Dinosaurian RemainsSource: The Occurrence of Granite in a Boring at BletchleySource: Palæontology in the Malton MuseumSource: Publications of the Geological Department of the British Museum (Natural History)Source: Catalogue of the Fossil Fishes in the British Museum (Natural History).Source: A Palæontological RecordSource: On some new Devonian FossilsSource: On an Ichthyosaurian Paddle Showing the Contour of the IntegumentsSource: On the Origin of the Stone-Rivers of the Falkland IslandsSource: Note on Rhinobatus bugesiacus—a Selachian Fish from the Lithographic StoneSource: On “Eyes” of Pyrites and other Minerals in SlateSource: On Phillipsastræa, d'Orb., with Especial Reference to Phillipsastræa radiata, S.-Woodward sp., and Phillipsastræa tuberosa, M‘Coy, spSource: Note on the Mean Rate of Subaërial DenudationSource: Notes on the Lower Palæozoic Rocks of the Fichtelegebirge, Frankenwald, and ThüringerwaldSource: On the Scratched and Facetted Stones of the Salt, Range, IndiaSource: On the Greenstone and Associated Rocks of the Manacle Point, LizardSource: The Middle Lias of NorthamptonshireSource: Palæontological Discoveries in the Isle of Samos - Sur un Gisement d'OssementsSource: IOn the Relations between the Genera Syringolites, Hinde, and Roemeria, Edwards and Haime, and on the Genus Caliapora, SchlüterSource: On the ProboscideaSource: Preliminary Notes on some New and little-known British Jurassic FishesSource: An Analysis of the Fullers Earth of NutfieldSource: Analysis of the Gault and GreensandSource: The Ganoids of the German Muschelkalk. “Die Ganoiden des deutschen Muschelkalks.”Source: On the Amygdaloids of the Tynemouth DykeSource: The Effects of Pressure on Crystalline Limestones.Source: Terrestrial Magnetism as Modified by the Structure of the Earth's Crust, and Proposals Concerning a Magnetic Survey of the GlobeSource: On the Systematic Position of the “Dendrodont” FishesSource: On Zonal Structure in OlivineSource: On the Muscular Impressions of CœlonautilusSource: Foraminifera from the London Clay of SheppeySource: On the Occurrence of the Devonian Ganoid Onychodus in SpitzbergenSource: Marine Deposits in the Indian Ocean Source: Geological and Natural History Survey of CanadaSource: Notes on the Jurassic and Cretaceous Strata of Russia and EnglandSource: On EarthquakesSource: Reynolds's Geological Atlas of Great BritainSource: New Map of the Environs of London geologically coloured. Scale ½ inch to the Mile.Source: Rate of Subaërial DenudationSource: Notes on the Ponza IslandsSource: Terrestrial Magnetism as Modified by the Structure of the Earth's Crust; and Proposals Concerning a Magnetic Survey of the GlobeSource: On the Lower Silurian Felsites of the South-East of IrelandSource: Physiography of the Lower TriasSource: Chemical and Physical Studies in the Metamorphism of RocksSource: The Geology of London and of Part of the Thames ValleySource: Cosmic Evolution, being Speculations on the Origin of our EnvironmentMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Trubner & Co., ; 1889 Availability: No items available Damaged (1).

47. Geological magazine : Vol. 75 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1938

Source: Quaternary Conditions in MaltaSource: The Rate of Sedimentation on Salt Marshes on Scolt Head Island, NorfolkSource: A Dyke Swarm and Crustal Flexure in East GreenlandSource: Cairnsmore of Fleet GraniteSource: A Pleistocene Strand Line in the Vale of YorkSource: On Camerina petri M. G. Rutten and Nummulites striatoreticulatus L. RuttenSource: Transfusion Phenomena in Lamprophyre Dykes and their bearing on PetrogenesisSource: Cummingtonite-bearing Rocks from the LewisianSource: Aluminous Pyroxenes in Metamorphosed LimestonesSource: The Pioneers in South African Geology and Their WorkSource: The Geology of South-Western EcuadorSource: The Atomic Structure of MineralsSource: Die Entwicklung Der Kontinente und Ihrer LebeweltSource: Paläogeographie und Tektonik. Source: Compte Rendu du Deuxième Congrès pour L'Avancement des Études de Stratigraphie CarbonifèreSource: The Geology of EgyptSource: Metamorphic RocksSource: The Later Plutonic and Minor Intrusive Rocks.Source: The Minerals of Economic ValueSource: Perthshire TectonicsSource: Zonal Position of the Elsworth RockSource: A Section of Rhaetic and Associated Strata at Chipping Sodbury, Glos.Source: On the Discovery of Lower Carboniferous Tillites in the Precordillera of San Juan, Western ArgentinaSource: Mineral Orientation in Some Olivine-rich Rocks from Rum and SkyeSource: Notes on the Geology of Sule Stack, OrkneySource: Geological Excursion Guide to the Assynt District of Sutherland. Source: A Sedimentary Petrological Investigation of a Number of Sand Samples from the South Coast of GreenlandSource: Heerlen Carboniferous CongressSource: A Pleistocene Strand Line in the Vale of YorkSource: Chonetes Speciosus nom. nov.Source: The Floor of the Arabian SeaSource: On the Differentiation of the Glen More Ring-dyke, MullSource: Progressive Regional Metamorphism in Southern New ZealandSource: The Diorites and Associated Rocks of the Glen Tilt Complex, Perthshire: The Granites and Intermediate Hybrid Rocks.Source: Evolution and its Modern CriticsSource: Regionale Geologie der ErdeSource: A Dyke Swarm in East GreenlandSource: Fluorspar and Barytes in the Northern PenninesSource: Correlation of the Coal Measures of Scotland and LancashireSource: The Evolution of the Granodioritic Rocks of the South-Eastern End of the Kopaonik Batholith, YugoslaviaSource: The Contact Zone of Sheep Creek, Little Belt Mountains, MontanaSource: Stratigraphical Correlation by Small Foraminifera in Palestine and Adjoining CountriesSource: Problems of Ammonite NomenclatureSource: Landslides and Belated PhenomenaSource: Fortschritte der PalaontologieSource: The Kirmington SectionSource: The Zonal Position of the Elsworth RockSource: The Floor of the Arabian SeaSource: Density Currents in connection with the problem of Submarine CanyonsSource: A Melt-water Hypothesis of Cirque FormationSource: Some British Platycrinidae and Descriptions of New SpeciesSource: Ground WaterSource: The Age of the Rocks and Topography of Middle Northern IcelandSource: Andalusite and Sillimanite in Uncontaminated Igneous RocksSource: Notes on the Geology of the Lizard Peninsula. No. 1. Some Mullion RocksSource: Carboniferous Palaeoniscids from Northumberland and BerwickshireSource: Our Wandering Continents: An Hypothesis of Continental DriftingSource: Geological History of the East IndiesSource: On the Origin of the Pacific Magma Types in the Volcanic Inner-arc of the Soenda Mountain System. Source: The Petrology of the Sedimentary RocksSource: The Scenery of England and WalesSource: Federated Malay StatesSource: Geographische und Geologische Forschungen in Santa Catharina (Brasilien)Source: The Genesis of the Jotnian SedimentsSource: The Purbeck Broken BedsSource: The Age of the Elsworth RockSource: Eruption of NyamlagiraSource: Anemetocrinus N.G. A Five-armed Poteriocrinid from the Lower Carboniferous Limestones of ScotlandSource: On Floral Subdivisions in the Yorkian Stage in South WalesSource: Some Aspects of the Siluro-Devonian Boundary ProblemSource: Problems of Ammonite Nomenclature. 2. Schlotheim's Types of Ammonites CapricornusSource: Petrological Studies in the Harlech Grit Series of Merionethshire. I. Metamorphic Changes in the Mudstones of the Manganese Shale GroupSource: The Geology of the Oilfield Belt of Iran and IraqSource: Elsworth Rock and Other MattersSource: Notes on the Geology of the Lizard Peninsula: No. 2. The Primary Hornblende-schists and Gneisses (The Lizard Hornblende-schists)Source: On the Glacial and Interglacial Marine Beds of Northern LewisSource: Post-glacial Foraminifera from the English FenlandsSource: The Grain-size Factor in Classification of Igneous RocksSource: The Ifume Conglomerate, Tanganyika TerritorySource: The Geology of the Fintry, Gargunnock, and Touch HillsSource: Submarine CanyonsSource: On Brookite Crystals in the DoggerSource: Petrological Studies in the Harlech Grit Series of Merionethshire. II: The Petrography and Petrology of some of the GritsSource: A New Species of Temnocheilus McCoy from Holy Island, NorthumberlandSource: On certain Anthracomyas from the Similis-Pulchra Zone of the Coal MeasuresSource: Contributions to the Petrology of Barnavave, Carlingford, I.F.S. 3: On some Hybrids from the E. and S.E. Slopes of Barnavave MountainSource: A Descriptive Petrography of the Igneous RocksSource: The Peridotites and Perknites.Source: The Evolution of the Criffell-Dalbeattie Quartz-diorite: A Study of GranitizationSource: The Status of Hornblende in Low Grade Metamorphic Zones of Green SchistsSource: An Exploratory Boring in the Lower Carboniferous of the Skipton AnticlineSource: Notes on the Geology of the Lizard Peninsula. No 3. The Epidote Bands, Lenticles, and VeinsSource: An Introduction to GeologySource: Carta Geologica delle Alpi Nord-Occidentali, 1:200,000Source: Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der Niederlāndischen Expeditionen in den KarakorumSource: Contribuição para o estudo dos granitos da Serra da CantareiraSource: International Union of Geodesy and GeophysicsSource: Some Petrological Studies in the Harlech Grit Series of Merionethshire. III. The development of Pyrite in the Grits and MudstonesSource: The Proximal End of CryptograptusSource: Problems of Ammonite NomenclatureSource: Igneous Rocks from the Abercorn and Kasama Districts, Northern RhodesiaSource: Shrewsbury District, Including the Hanwood CoalfieldSource: Ashdown Sand—Wadhurst Clay JunctionMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Dulau & Co, Ltd ; 1938 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

48. Geological magazine : Vol. 74 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1937

Source: Arctic and some other species of streptelasmaSource: Further observations on the ballantrae igneous Complex, South AyrshireSource: On Camarotoechia borealis (von Buch 1834, ex. Schlotheim 1832)Source: The early cretaceous and miocene peneplains of Nyasaland, and their relation to the rift valleySource: Old shore lines of PalestineSource: On a freshwater shale with Viviparus from Johore (Malay States)Source: The age of the Norwich BrickearthSource: The compression and stretching of continental layersSource: Postscript notes on the ballard down and ridgeway faultsSource: A preliminary note on the geology of the Bristol Channel Islands, Steep Holme, Flat Holm, and Denny IslandSource: Ore deposits of the Western StatesSource: La Géologie et les Mines des vieilles plateformesSource: Geology of the tampico region, MexicoSource: The carboniferous limestone series (Avonian) of the avon gorgeSource: On some ordovician fossils from Northern Argentina1Source: Contributions to the petrology of Barnavave, Carlingford, I.F.S.-2Source: Storm waves and shore-forms of South-Western ScotlandSource: Engineering geologySource: Type specimens of palaeozoic corals from New South Wales in W. B. Clarke's first collection, and in the strzelecki collectionSource: The melton mowbray anticlineSource: On rhynchotreta cuneata (Dalman) 1828, with a diagnosis of the genus rhynchotreta hall 1879Source: Intrusion of cone-sheetsSource: On the carboniferous fish eucenturus paradoxus, traquairSource: An attempt at the correlation of the ancient schistose formations of peninsular IndiaSource: The girvan-ballantrae serpentineSource: The idea of contrasted differentiationSource: Raised beaches in the outer HebridesSource: Note on anthraconauta calcifera in the upper coal measures of DenbighshireSource: The Katunga volcano, South-West UgandaSource: The petrology of KatungiteSource: The floor of the Arabian seaSource: Der Abbau der GebirgeSource: An attempt at the correlation of the ancient schistose formation of peninsular IndiaSource: Organische Morphologie und PaläontologieSource: The pleistocene fauna of Magdalena bay, Lower CaliforniaSource: Die Entwicklung des amerikanischen Kordillerensystems in Zeit und RaumSource: Ballard down faultSource: On silurian and cambrian rocks encountered in a deep boring at Walsall, South StaffordshireSource: A note on “Buchanan's Laterite”2Source: The rocks of the Kedong scarp, Kenya rift valleySource: The geology of the British Solomon islands protectorateSource: The nomenclature of some lower chalk ammonitesSource: Outgrowths on zircon in the middle jurassic of YorkshireSource: Congrès Internationale des Mines, de la Métallurgie, et de la Géologie AppliquéeSource: The petrology of the igneous rocksSource: The quaternary ice ageSource: Augite-Biotite-DioriteSource: The cairnsmore of fleet granite and its metamorphic aureoleSource: Anthophyllite-Cordierite-Granulites of the lizardSource: The flint gravel deposit of orleigh court, Buckland brewer, North DevonSource: The distribution of deep-focus earthquakesSource: A new record of boudinage-structure from ScotlandSource: Introduction to theoretical seismologySource: Interpretation of schistosity in the rocks of Otago, New ZealandSource: EarthquakesSource: The larger foraminifera of the lower miocene of VictoriaSource: A stratigraphical classification and table of Tanganyika territorySource: The girvan-ballantrae SerpentineSource: The base and top of the coral-rock in BarbadosSource: Note on a pegmatitic hornblende from the carsphairn complexSource: The marginal rocks of the cairnsmore of carsphairn complexSource: The origin of Lulworth cove, DorsetshireSource: The shonkin sag laccolithSource: The palisade sill of New JerseySource: Scottish carboniferous crinoidsSource: The fishes of the “crangopsis bed” at Ardross, FifeshireSource: The principles of distribution of chemical elements in minerals and rocksSource: The mineral resources of the Union of South AfricaSource: Ist die Annahme von Eiszeiten berechtigtSource: Geology of KavirondoSource: The ballard down faultSource: Strength of the earth's crustSource: The relationship of the pilton beds of North Devon to their equivalents on the continentSource: The formation of lateriteSource: The zonal position of the elsworth rock and its alleged equivalent at upwareSource: Intrusions of the glen falloch areaSource: Sandstone “Dykes” in the Dodoma district of Tanganyika territorySource: Augite-Biotite-Diorite of the Newry complexSource: A pleistocene strand line in the vale of YorkSource: A glacial track in the Peak district of Derbyshire versus the Potluck SillSource: Geology of EcuadorSource: Spring pits and sandstone pipesSource: The classification of the ordovician rocksSource: The age of the Jamaica granodiorite and its associated rocksSource: On a specimen of eusthenopteron from the old red sandstone of ScotlandSource: The permanence of oceanic basins and continental massesSource: Field tests for mineralsSource: Gold deposits of the worldSource: Sidestrand chalk bluffSource: Wealden pebbles in the valley of the river darentSource: Founders of seismology, IVSource: The lower bunter sandstones of North Worcestershire and East ShropshireSource: Silicate analysisSource: A descriptive petrography of the igneous rocksSource: Gosforth districtSource: Beitrag zur Systematik und Stammesgeschichte der Europäischen PeltoceratenSource: Les ammonites de la zone à peltoceras athleta du centre-ouest de la FranceSource: The first hundred years of the Geological Survey of Great BritainSource: The zonal position of the elsworth rockSource: The supposed basal complex in JamaicaMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Dulau & Co., Ltd ; 1937 Availability: No items available Damaged (1).

49. Geological magazine : Vol. 4 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1887

Source: On Some Spined Myriapads from the Carboniferous Series of EnglandSource: The Culm Measures of DevonshireSource: Notes on “Cone-In-Cone” StructureSource: On a Diamantiferous Peridotite and the Genesis of the DiamondSource: Note On a Bed of Red Chalk in the Lower Chalk of SuffolkSource: Comparative Studies Upon the Glaciation of North America, Great Britain, and IrelandSource: Note on the Faoetted Pebbles from the Olive Group of the Sale Range, Punjab, IndiaSource: The Lower Paleozoic Rocks Near SettleSource: Observations sur les Groupes sédimentaires les plus anciens du nord-ouest de la FranceSource: On the Occurrence of Phosphatic Nodules in the Lower Greensand, East of SandownSource: The Pea Grit of Leckhampton HillSource: Correction of Miocene InsectivoraSource: On the Osborne BedsSource: The Collingham or Scarle BoringSource: Some New British Carboniferous CockroachesSource: In Brittany with the Geological Society of France Source: Note on Specimens of the Rauenthal SerpentineSource: On the Discovery of the Nummul in a Elegans Zone at Whitecliff Bay, Isle of WightSource: Note on the Gault and Chalk Marl of West NorfolkSource: Note on the Foliation of the Lizard GabbroSource: M. Dollo's Notes on the Dinosaurian Fauna of BernissartSource: The Gabbros and associated Hornblende Rocks occurring in the Neighbourhood of BaltimoreSource: Terrains Paléozoiques Du PortugalSource: The Ffynon Beuno CaveSource: Phosphatic Nodules of the Salt Range, IndiaSource: On a New Ophiurella from the Calciferocs Grit, Near Sandsfoot Castle, Weymouth, DorsetSource: On Two Species of Palæozoic Madreporaria Hitherto Not Recognized as BritishSource: Notes on Some Post-Liassic Species of AcrodusSource: The Faunas of the Ffynnon Beuno Caves, and of the Norfolk Forest BedSource: On the Beds Containing the Gelinden FloraSource: An Outlier of Upper Bagshot Sands on London ClaySource: Supplementary Note on Euphoberia Ferox, SalterSource: Mikroskopische Physiographie der massigen GesteineSource: M. Dollo's Notes on the Dinosaurian Fauna of Bernissart.Source: Géologie De JerseySource: The Lizard SerpentinesSource: Boring at BletchleySource: The Pea Grit of Cleeve HillSource: The Collingham or Scarle BoringSource: Folkestone GaultSource: Note on Some Recent Additions to the Vertebrate Fauna of the Norfolk “Pre-Glacial Forest-Bed”Source: Inter-Glacial Land-Surfaces in England and WalesSource: The Work of Ice-SheetsSource: The Cambrian Books of North AmericaSource: The Appearance and Development of Dicotyledons in TimeSource: Notes on the Erosive Power of Glaciers, as Seen in NorwaySource: On Hemiphyllum Siluriense, TomesSource: Geological and Natural History Survey of CanadaSource: Glaciated and Facetted Boulders in the PunjabSource: The Bagshot SandsSource: British Liassic GasteropodaSource: The Water-Supply of East Kent, in Connection With Natural Springs and Deep WellsSource: The Gneissose-Granite of the HimalayasSource: On the Geological History of the Cornish Serpentinous RocksSource: The Fossils of the Cambrian Strata of the Island of Sardinia, with a Comparative Study of similar forms from Other Countries. Source: The Origin of Mountain RangesSource: Interglacial Land and ManSource: Felspar in the Lizard SerpentineSource: American Jurassic MammalsSource: Notes on Chondrosteus acipenseroides, AgassizSource: British Liassic GasteropodaSource: The Glacial Deposits of Sudbury, SuffolkSource: Notes on Chelonia from the Purbeck, Wealden and London-claySource: On the Development of Branchiosaurus.Source: On Certain Borings in Manitoba and the North-west TerritorySource: American Jurassic MammalsSource: The Rhyolites of Wuenheim, VosgesSource: On Some Remains of Siluroid Fishes from British Eocene FormationsSource: Note on the Hordwell and other CrocodiliansSource: On a Terebratula from the Upper Chalk of SalisburySource: The Geology of England and WalesSource: Geologie du Départment de la Sarthe.Source: The Geological and Natural-History Survey of MinnesotaSource: Physical Geology of West British Garwhal, with Notes on a Route Traverse through Jaunsar Bawar, and TirigarwhalSource: The Essex Field Club.Source: Transactions of the Leeds Geological Association.Source: Norwegian “Rhomben-Porphyr” from the Cromer Boulder-DriftSource: The Glacial Deposits of SudburySource: The Causes of GlaciationSource: On New Species of Pholidophorus from the Purbeck Beds of DorsetshireSource: On the Occurrence of a New Fossiliferous Horizon in the Ordovician Series of the Lake-DistrictSource: On Some Changes of Level during the Glacial Period and their Supposed CauseSource: On a Method of Determining a Lower Limit to the Age of the Stratified RocksSource: On Parallel Structure in Rocks as indicating a Sedimentary OriginSource: On a New Species of Holocenturm from the Miocene of Malta; with a List of Fossil Berycidæ hitherto DescribedSource: On the Tertiary Flora of AustraliaSource: On the Fossil Flora of New ZealandSource: A Popular Guide to the Geology of the Isle of Wight, with a Note on its Relation to that of the Isle of PurbeckSource: Preliminary Report on some Graptolites from the Lower Palæozoic Rocks on the South Side of the St. Lawrence, from Cape Rosier to Tartigo RiverSource: Notes on CheloniaSource: The Lizard SerpentinesSource: The Bagshot SandsSource: Further Notes on the Tertiary Entomostraca of England, with Special Reference to those from the London ClaySource: On some Belgian Fossil ReptilesSource: On Ammonites serpentinus, Reinecke, Am. falcifer, Sowb., Am. elegans, Sowb., Am. 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50. Geological magazine : Vol. 103 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1966

Source: The Association of Amphibolite and Albitite, Kragerø, South NorwaySource: An Association of Rhyolite and Ignimbrite in the Kilchrist Vent, SkyeSource: Chemical and Mineralogical Changes Associated with the Laxfordian Metamorphism of Dolerite Dykes in the Scourie-Loch Laxford Area, Sutherland, ScotlandSource: Cordierite in the Pre-Cambrian Rocks of the South Savannas, British GuianaSource: Select The Caledonian Dykes associated with the north-eastern end of the Newry complex, County Down, Northern Ireland The Caledonian Dykes associated with the north-eastern end of the Newry complex, County Down, Northern IrelandSource: Blocks of Plutonic Aspect in a Basaltic Lava from Faial, AzoresSource: A Study of Density Variations in New Red Sandstones from the English MidlandsSource: A Revision of the Lower Hecla Hoek Succession in Central North Spitsbergen and Correlation ElsewhereSource: Stratigraphic Classification and TerminologySource: United States Geological SurveySource: The Flora of the Brora CoalSource: Contraction Crack Networks in Basalt FlowsSource: An Analysis of the Deformation in a Fold in North-east TasmaniaSource: A Note on the Dunite (Peridotite) Mylonites of St. Paul's Rocks (Atlantic)Source: Serpentinites in the North-East Ox Mountains, EireSource: Kink-bands in Lower Carboniferous Slates of Rush, Co. DublinSource: Crystal Size Frequency Distribution of Garnets in Some Analysed Metamorphic Rocks from Mallaig, Inverness, ScotlandSource: A Geochronological and Strontium Isotope Study on the Garabal Hill-Glen Fyne Igneous Complex, ScotlandSource: Combined Palaeomagnetic and Petrological Delineation of Faults in Miocene Basalts of OregonSource: Theoretical and Real StratigraphySource: Rock MagnetismSource: Soviet Advances in Nuclear GeophysicsSource: Principles of Structural Glaciology; the Petrography of Fresh-Water Ice as a Method of Glaciological InvestigationSource: The Geology of ScotlandSource: Historical GeologySource: Interpretation Theory in Applied GeophysicsSource: Controls of MetamorphismSource: Environment and ArchaeologySource: Olduvai Gorge, 1951–1961. 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52. Geological magazine : Vol. 87 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1950

Source: A revision of the fauna of the North Welsh Conocoryphe viola beds implying a lower cambrian ageSource: A note on bathonian gastropods assigned to freshwater generaSource: The influence of water films adsorbed by mineral grains upon the compaction of natural sediments and notes on allied phenomenaSource: An experimental synthesis of quartz, albite, and analciteSource: Evidence of fissure eruption in the tertiary lava plateau of North-East IrelandSource: On the age of the fauna of the bugti bone beds, BaluchistanSource: A restudy of the ingletonian series of Yorkshire1Source: Remarks on Dr. Lamont's interpretation of features in the trilobite platycalymeneSource: Hilt's law and the volatile contents of coal seamsSource: The lizard-start problemSource: Physical geologySource: A student's introduction to geology mainly physicalSource: Karroo dolerites of the Union of South AfricaSource: The study of ammonites in thin, median sectionsSource: Contact metamorphism at Maddocks hill near Wellington, ShropshireSource: Metamorphism of the trias in the AlpsSource: A suggested origin of continental slopes and of submarine canyons1Source: Stone runs of the Falkland islandsSource: The fauna of the Rhaetic beds in South NottinghamshireSource: Olivine-bearing and other basic hornfelses around the insch igneous mass, AberdeenshireSource: The tectonics of holland armsSource: Note on the sandstone injections of eathie haven, cromartySource: Investigation of the torridonianSource: Kent's cavern, torquaySource: Pre-Cambrian formation of IndiaSource: Oceanic meanderingsSource: Introduction to college geologySource: Historical geologySource: Outline of historical geologySource: Geology for engineersSource: Probleme der naturwissenschaften erlautert am begriff der mineral artSource: Ore genesis : A metallurgical interpretationSource: Pleistocene events in the Baringo basin, Kenya colonySource: Note on the depth and temperature of the Gault sea as indicated by foraminiferaSource: The diorites and associated rocks of the Glen tilt complex, Perthshire. 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53. Geological magazine : Vol. 88 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1951

Source: Downtonian (Silurian) eurypterida from Perton, near Stoke edith, HerefordshireSource: Varying trends in the metamorphism of doleritesSource: Permian rocks of the MidlandsSource: Wave action in shore platform formationSource: Note on the tectonic style of the ord ban quartzites, mid-strathspeySource: A xenolithic sill at tallabrista, Co. Donegal, IrelandSource: Faulted permian dykes in the HighlandsSource: Tertiary and pleistocene sediments from the Cape Verde ArchipelagoSource: The dent line in LancashireSource: Red sea riftingSource: Lineation in schists S.E. of the Great GlenSource: An outline of the geology of KenyaSource: A practical handbook of water supplySource: Evidence of lava formation in situ, Southwest UgandaSource: The subspecies in palaeontologySource: The production of amphibolic and other skarn rocks from limestone at Cor, Co. 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54. Geological magazine : Vol. 92 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1955

Source: The metasomatic rocks associated with the criffell - Dalbeattie granodioriteSource: Contrasted styles of folding in the rocks of ord ban mid-strathspey1Source: The mode of cladial generation in cyrtograptusSource: The ages of the Hippopotamus and Elephas maximus fossils in the gem sand of CeylonSource: Lineations in three artificial tectonitesSource: Pre-Cambrian rocks in co. WexfordSource: The tectonic pattern of the lewisian around clashnessie bay near stoer, SutherlandSource: Knick points and profilesSource: Horizontal stress and transcurrent faultsSource: Xenolithic monchiquiteSource: Superposition of caledonoid folds on an older fold - System in the dalradians of malin headSource: Folded fracture cleavage in the Southern Highlands : Preliminary noteSource: The miocene/ oligocene boundary in the Caribbean regionSource: Iranoleesia, new trilobite nameSource: The use of the stereographic projection in structural geologySource: Norges geologiSource: Textures of the ore mineralsSource: Cameral deposits in orthoconic nautiloidsSource: Alkali metasomatism and the petrology of some keratophyresSource: The geology of North-East Jan MayenSource: Metamorphism of the manx slatesSource: Flow phenomena in a limestone on Changalumi hill, Southern Nyasaland1Source: The stratigraphical range of the foraminiferal genus orbulina d'orbigny 1839Source: Additions to the british eocene brachiopod faunaSource: Stone stripes in Breckland, NorfolkSource: The plutonic history of the Aswan area, EgyptSource: Das Eiszeitalter - Grundlinien einer Geologie des QuartärsSource: The cretaceous succession in JamaicaSource: Wegener's South America - Africa assembly, fit or misfit?Source: Wealden plant microfossilsSource: The upper carboniferous rocks of the stainmore coalfieldSource: Structural observations on the South - East Lizard1Source: Biotitite in the basement complex of Southern NyasalandSource: Some devonian fish remains from North Central VestspitsbergenSource: Fletcherina, a new name for a palaeozoic coral genusSource: The Ubendian in Western TanganyikaSource: Petrology for studentsSource: Age of the Wealden in North - Western Europe1Source: The terms teschenite and crinaniteSource: Magmatic and amygdaloidal plagioclasesSource: A camptonitic dyke suite at monar, ross-shire and inverness-shireSource: The mode of occurrence of sillimanite in the Glen district, Co. DonegalSource: The kirkmabreck granodiorite, near Creetown, South GallowaySource: The origin of the Girvan - Ballantrae beerbachitesSource: Miocene beds of the East African coast1Source: On the affinities of the cretaceous lamellibranch genera trigonioides and hoffetrigoniaSource: Upper yoredales and millstone grit relations in the stainmore coalfieldSource: Graphic problems in petroleum geologySource: International sedimentary petrographical series. Vol. 1Source: The Ben Lui recumbent syncline (S.W. Highlands)Source: Modal composition of two facies of the carnmenellis graniteSource: A clinopyroxene from the granophyre of Meall Dearg, SkyeSource: Phricodothyris in New South WalesSource: A note on the mineralogy and petrology of the calciphyres near Nanjangud, Mysore, India1Source: Echinotiara arabica sp. nov., A regular echinoid from the Toarcian of Central ArabiaSource: Some notes on the cardinal process in the productidaeSource: Glacial melt-water spillways near Kidsgrove, StaffordshireSource: Survey of two drowned river valleys in DevonSource: Magmatic and amygdaloidal plagioclasesSource: Age of the wealden in North-Western EuropeSource: Zoned hydrothermal bodies in the serpentinite mass of glen urquhart (Inverness-shire)Source: A myalina fauna from the Namurian of North AyrshireSource: On the presence of the upper Dibunophyllum zone (D3) near Glynneath, South WalesSource: The Western Longmyndian rocks of the Shrewsbury districtSource: Supposedly colpate pollen grains from the JurassicSource: A lingula-bed in the Keuper of NottinghamshireSource: A probable organic structure from the Dalradian of Ben Vrackie, PerthshireSource: The geology of the islands of South ConnemaraSource: The occurrence and significance of pre-cambrian algal forms at Kabwer hill, Bukoba district, Tanganyika, and in Singo, Uganda1Source: The problem of facies changes and sliding, South of Loch Leven, ArgyllshireSource: Age of the wealden in North-Western EuropeSource: Prehistory and pleistocene geology in Cyrenaican LibyaSource: Minerals in world industrySource: Introduction to physical geologySource: Physical geologySource: Geology, principles and processesSource: Introduction to geologyMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons, Ltd ; 1955 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

55. Geological magazine : Vol. 91 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1954

Source: “Flattening” in Dalradian Quartz-Schist north of Stonehaven, KincardineshireSource: Mugearites and Oligoclase-basaltsSource: The Clinopyroxenes of the Garbh Eilean Sill, Shiant IslesSource: A New Species of Carbonicola from near the Base of the Namurian in AyrshireSource: The Structure of the Plastron of the Echinoid Somaliaster HawkinsSource: Petrofabric Analyses of the Loch Tay Limestone from Strachur, ArgyllSource: The Granite Problem: Evidence from the Quartz and Feldspar of a Tertiary GraniteSource: Relations of Torridonian to Durness Limestone in the Broadford–Strollamus district of SkyeSource: The Clinopyroxene-hornblende Equilibrium in Thermal Metamorphism: Some Data from Carlingford, EireSource: “Hutton's Unconformity“Source: Geologie der Schweizer AlpenSource: Geology of Australian Ore Deposits.Source: Erosional Patterns and Fracture Zones in Peninsular IndiaSource: An Arenig Volcanic Series near Charlestown, Co. MayoSource: Contact of Tertiary Lavas with Torridonian near Broadford, SkyeSource: Tear Faults in the Barnesmore area, DonegalSource: A Study of Calcite Twinning in the Strathavon Marble, BanffshireSource: The Occurrence of Orthoclase and Microcline in the Granitic Gneisses of the Carn Chuinneag-Inchbae Complex, E. Ross-shireSource: The Form of the Eastern End of the Insch Igneous Mass, AberdeenshireSource: The Status of Sillimanite as an Index of Metamorphic Grade in the Kenya Basement SystemSource: The Carboniferous Rocks of Foynes Island, County LimerickSource: The Geometry of the Ben Lui Fold (S.W. Highlands)Source: Idosocrinus gen. nov. and other Crinoids from Thornton Burn, East LothianSource: Select On the Occurrence of Anthraconauta tenuis (Davies and Trueman) in North Staffordshire On the Occurrence of Anthraconauta tenuis (Davies and Trueman) in North StaffordshireSource: Lugeon's Unpublished Interpretation of the Strath Oykell MullionsSource: Rules of NomenclatureSource: Comments on the Caribbean OligoceneSource: The Petrography of Dickitic Sandstones in North Wales and Northern EnglandSource: Lamellibranchia and Plants from the Lower Karroo Beds of Northern RhodesiaSource: Thrusting and other movements in the Durham PermianSource: Alkaline Syenites at Ruri, South Nyanza, KenyaSource: Solution Subsidence Outliers of Millstone Grit on the Carboniferous Limestone of the North Crop of the South Wales CoalfieldSource: The Silurian Succession at Gorsley (Herefordshire)Source: On the Graphical Representation of Differentiation Trends in Igneous RocksSource: A Note on the Occurrence of Columbite in the Younger Granites of the Jos Plateau, NigeriaSource: A New Ampthill Clay Fauna from Knapwell, CambridgeshireSource: A New Palaeechinus from AlbertaSource: The Strollamus Area of SkyeSource: The Acid Rocks of Western RhumSource: The Pegmatites of Trolvis Quarry, Carnmenellis, CornwallSource: The Granite—Diorite Complex of the Insch Igneous Mass, AberdeenshireSource: The Structure of the Granophyric Quartz-Dolerite Intrusion of Centre 2, Ardnamurchan and the Problem of Net-VeiningSource: The Loess of Pegwell Bay, Kent, and its Associated Frost SoilsSource: The Hypostome of Encrinurus variolaris and its Relation to the CephalonSource: Cyrtograptids and Retiolitids from County TipperarySource: Rules of NomenclatureSource: The Caribbean “Oligocene”Source: Mountain Building: An Essay Review. 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A New Graptolite from the Ordovician of CanadaSource: The Oligocene-Miocene Boundary on both sides of the AtlanticSource: The Usk Monchiquite—A “Pipe Intrusion”Source: The Great Glen Fault, Co. DonegalSource: Oil in the Middle EastSource: Albert Heim. Leben Und ForschungMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1954 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

56. Geological magazine : Vol. 93 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1956

Source: The geomorphology and tectonics of the Gebel Akhdar (Cyrenaica)Source: A new genus of echinoid from the palaeozoic of IrelandSource: On the supposed transformation of tillite to granite at Mount Fitton, South AustraliaSource: Corundum from CeylonSource: The supposed moinian basal conglomerate at Glen Strathfarrar, Inverness-shireSource: Carboniferous goniatites from Blacklion, Co. Leitrim, IrelandSource: The old red sandstone lavas of the Western Sidlaw hills, PerthshireSource: The stratigraphy and folding of some metamorphosed moine sediments around the carn chuinneag and inchbae granitic gneissesSource: The occurrence of chloritoid in the Hecla Hoek formation of prince Charles Foreland, SpitsbergenSource: The Mourne mountains granites - A further studySource: Upper eumorphoceras beds on Benbrack, county CavanSource: Fossil plants of the carboniferous rocks of Great BritainSource: Stratigraphical palaeontology, A study in ancient life-provincesSource: The petrogenesis of a spilitic rock series from New ZealandSource: Tectonic facies, orientation, sequence, style, and dateSource: The origin of garnets in the borrowdale volcanic series and associated rocks, English Lake districtSource: The petrology of the pre-cambrian rocks of the Southern Portion of Southampton IslandSource: The pen-y-gader dolerite and its metasomatic effects on the Llyn-y-gader sedimentsSource: Neoglyphioceras cf. spirale (Phillips) from IngleboroughSource: Fausto de Elhuyar (1755–1833), A Spanish mining geologistSource: The palaeozoic coral genera depasophyllum Yü and Depasophyllum GrabauSource: Tillite - Granite transformationsSource: Das Quartär der Lavante, Teil II. Die Entstehung der Ägyptischen OasendepressionenSource: New Zealand geomorphologySource: Some fundamentals of petroleum geologySource: Geology of petroleumSource: Geologie von Südamerika. 2 Band : Der Geologische Bau der Südamerikanischen KordillereSource: The small - Scale structures of South - Eastern Cowal, ArgyllshireSource: Post - Palaeozoic brachiopod ecology : A re-assessmentSource: Depth - Volatile relations in coalfieldsSource: Preliminary notes on the geology of KilimanjaroSource: On heliolites caespitosa salterSource: The insertion of septa in the later growth stages of clisiophyllid coralsSource: Conodont horizons in the West and South - West of EnglandSource: The lower carboniferous outliers of the Colvend and Rerrick Shores, KirkcudbrightshireSource: Devonian goniatites from North CornwallSource: Tillite - Granite transformationsSource: Paläontologie und Phylogenie der Nideren TetrapodenSource: The Hecla Hoek succession in Ny Friesland, SpitsbergenSource: Petrology of the anorthosite - Gabbro mass at Kadavur, Madras, India1Source: Structural geology of the manx slatesSource: The major rock groups of the Northern Red sea hills, SudanSource: Shear - Folding in the Mylor slates, near Porthleven, CornwallSource: Holothurian spicules from the Oxford clay of Redcliff, near Weymouth (Dorset)Source: Conjugate fold systems in the Moine thrust zone in the Lochcarron and Coulin forest areas of Wester rossSource: Mechanik der ErdeSource: Beiträge zur Kenntnis des Kambriums in der Salt Range (Pakistan)Source: Facies boundaries in pelites at the middle grades of regional metamorphismSource: Some “Uniserial” membraniporine polyzoan genera and a New American Albian speciesSource: The Northern Aureole of the Ardara pluton of County DonegalSource: The interpretation of flow-markings and load-castsSource: The origin and significance of boudinageSource: The horizon of the Tillery vein in MonmouthshireSource: Notes on the cheiruracea and phacopaceaSource: An old red sandstone - Carboniferous limestone series junction at Tongwynlais, North of CardiffSource: Garnets in the borrowdale volcanic seriesSource: New name for lias ammoniteSource: The boundary between middle and upper jurassicSource: Geology in schoolsSource: Geology and ourselvesSource: Directory of British fossiliferous localitiesSource: The leeds collection of fossil reptiles from the oxford clay of PeterboroughSource: The olivines of a differentiated teschenite sill near Gunnedah, New South WalesSource: Pretoria series formations near kanye in the bechuanaland protectorateSource: Slope form and erosion surfaces in UgandaSource: Contact phenomena from N.W. Jersey, C.ISource: The terrace sequence at Dale-I-SunnfjordSource: Some problems of size and sorting in sandsSource: Rare alkali elements in trilobitesSource: The origin of garnets in the borrowdale volcanic seriesSource: The ammonite genera arnioceras and coroniceras HyattSource: Steinerina Hudson, nom. novMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons, Ltd ; 1956 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

57. Geological magazine : Vol. 89 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1952

Source: Ptygmatic structures and their formationSource: Cyclic sedimentation of the rough rock (Millstone Grit) as illustrated by a section near Eakring, NottinghamshireSource: The granitization process and its limitations as exemplified in certain parts of New South WalesSource: A note on chromite - MarblesSource: An unusual appinitic sill near Killin, PerthshireSource: The paragenesis of the varuträsk pegmatiteSource: The significance of the hydrothermal stage in the formation of igneous rocksSource: The name TholeiiteSource: Age of the portsalon conglomerateSource: Geologia aplicata all' ingegneriaSource: International Geological CongressSource: Das polarisations-mikroskopSource: Spectrochemical analysisSource: Metamorphism of granite rocks by olivine dolerite in Central AustraliaSource: A study of granite relief from South-West AfricaSource: Metamorphic differentiation of talc-magnesite-chlorite rocks in ShetlandSource: The age relationship of the granophyre and basalt of Orval, Isle of RhumSource: Lineation and its relation to sub-crustal convection currentsSource: The moinian inlier of rosses point, near Sligo, EireSource: Magmatic intrusions and lava-sheets in the Raman area of the Nagev (Southern Israel)Source: A quartz vein system in the moine series near Melness, A'Mhoine, North Sutherland, and its tectonic significanceSource: On a new chrome - GarnetSource: Notes on the species and subspecies in palaeontologySource: Zoological nomenclatureSource: Accuracy in geological localitiesSource: Notes on the structure of some minor outlying occurrences of Littoral Trias in the Vale of GlamorganSource: Notes on some pleistocene sections at Barrington, CambridgeshireSource: On some spore specimens from British upper carboniferous coalsSource: Malvern tectonics - A contributionSource: The origin of the supposed tufa bands in carboniferous reef limestonesSource: Allometric growth in dielasma hastata from Treak cliff, DerbyshireSource: Structural imperfections in alpine quartz crystalsSource: Cyclic resection of headlands by marine erosionSource: Foraminiferal zones in the Tertiary of AustraliaSource: Gold coast University CollegeSource: Species and subspeciesSource: Accuracy in geological localities: Further commentsSource: The difference in optics between volcanic and plutonic plagioclases, and its bearing on the granite problemSource: The ontogeny of the trilobite dalmanitina oliniSource: A tectonic analysis of the muness phyllite block of Unst and Uyea, ShetlandSource: The lochaber series South of Loch Leven, ArgyllshireSource: Carbonatite structure : Tororo hills, Eastern UgandaSource: Volcanic ash from the Hekla eruption of 1947Source: Internal constitution of the EarthSource: Geology of the Appleby districtSource: The tectonics of middle North America : Middle North America East of the cordilleran systemSource: Sedimentary petrographySource: Coast erosion and protection : Studies in causes and remediesSource: Tables for microscopic identification of ore mineralsSource: The granitization process and its limitationsSource: Supposed tufa bands in carboniferous reef limestoneSource: Fossiliferous strata at Kapp Scania, Daudmannsøyra, Vest SpitsbergenSource: The age of the malvern foldingSource: The cove marine bands in east lothian and their relation to the ironstone shale and limestone of redesdale, NorthumberlandSource: Crinoids from Thornton burn, East LothianSource: An appinitic Intrusion-Breccia at Kilkenny, Maas, Co. DonegalSource: Mugearites and oligoclase-basaltsSource: New evidence on the correlation of the lower carboniferous reefs at Castleton, North DerbyshireSource: Fossil lineages and environmental changeSource: A glacial erratic boulder of shap granite in South NorthumberlandSource: On the development of diversograptus manckSource: So-called amygdaloidal Gabbro, SkyeSource: So-called amygdaloidal gabbro, Skye : Comments on a paper by E. B. BaileySource: Selected exercises upon geological mapsSource: The formation of mineral depositsSource: Vergleichende Baugeschichte der GebirgeSource: Plane table mappingSource: The elements of field geologySource: Pleistocene sections at BarringtonSource: Malvern tectonicsSource: On the origins of the Kumaon lakes in the HimalayasSource: The position of the Falkland Islands in a reconstruction of GondwanalandSource: Basic hornfels at a gabbro contact near Carlingford, EireSource: Limestone blocks in the lower cretaceous cuche formation of the Central Range, Trinidad, B.W.I.1Source: The great glen crush-beltSource: Foraminiferal zones in the Tertiary of AustraliaSource: Lineation in the Shetland IslandsSource: Mugearites and oligoclase-basaltsSource: The cove marine bandsSource: Malvern tectonicsSource: A palaeogeographical atlas of the British Isles and adjacent parts of EuropeSource: Grundlagen der BiostratonomieSource: Radiocarbon datingMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons, Ltd ; 1952 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

58. Geological magazine : Vol. 90 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1953

Source: The development of a diplograptid from the platteville limestoneSource: The stratigraphy of Cuilcagh, IrelandSource: The diorites and associated rocks of the glen tilt complexSource: Seven new genera of jurassic ammonitesSource: The spread of the continentsSource: Note on factors governing the porosity of wind deposited sandsSource: Magnetometric mapping for haematite in South WalesSource: A new lower carboniferous echinoid from North AmericaSource: The great glen crush beltSource: “Association pour L'Étude Géologique des zones profondes de L'Écorce Terrestre”Source: Earth wavesSource: New evidence of intra-formational piping at two separate horizons in the carboniferous limestone (Dibunophyllum zone) at South Cornelly, GlamorganSource: Zonal variations in selected morphological features of echinocorys scutata leskeSource: A new species of lepidostrobus containing unusual sporesSource: Facies changes versus sliding : Loch leven, ArgyllSource: Facies changes versus sliding - A replySource: Gravity measurements in Durham and NorthumberlandSource: Gravity measurements over the Northern PenninesSource: On the thecae of monograptus scanicus tullbergSource: Magnetometric mapping for haematite in South WalesSource: Magnetometric mapping for haematite in South WalesSource: The stone of the ancient assyrian monumental carvingsSource: The Geological Survey of Great BritainSource: The nephelinite of Etinde, Cameroons, West AfricaSource: Progressive replacement of limestone inclusions in granite at Ballynacarrick, Co. DonegalSource: A note on the field relations of the shiant isles' picriteSource: The olivines of the garbh eilean sill, shiant islesSource: The bearing of rolled garnets on the concept of b-lineation in moine rocksSource: The extent of glaciation in the Island of St. KildaSource: A local potassic modification of the ballachulish granodioriteSource: Daviesiella destinezi (Vaughan), a lower carboniferous index fossil in North-West IrelandSource: Gastropoda from the karroo beds of Southern RhodesiaSource: A study of the type-species of the blastoid codaster McCoySource: The occurrence of determinable plants in the lower estuarines of peterboroughSource: On submarine slumping in the lower ludlow rocks of North WalesSource: Accuracy in geological localitiesSource: Gravity measurements over the Northern PenninesSource: Ludlovian research groupSource: The sicula of monograptus scanicus tullbergSource: Petrofabric analysis of marbles from mid-strathspey and StrathavonSource: An occurrence of chrysotile asbestos, Usushwana valley, Mbabane district, SwazilandSource: Flow structure and laminar flow in bostonite dykes at Armidale, New South WalesSource: Negative gravity anomalies over acid “Intrusions” and their relation to the structure of the earth's crustSource: A basalt flow and feeding dyke, N.E. UgandaSource: Tectonic features of the hecla hook formation to the South of St. Jonsfjord, VestspitsbergenSource: The carboniferous breccias of Billefjorden, VestspitsbergenSource: Gravity measurements over the Northern PenninesSource: The dynamics of faulting and dyke formation with applications to BritainSource: Structural geologySource: Outlines of structural geologySource: Structural and field geologySource: Principles of invertebrate palaeontologySource: The world's oilfields : The Eastern HemisphereSource: Invertebrate fossilsSource: Some aspects of the alpine-type serpentinites of QueenslandSource: Cross -Bedding and grain size in the lower cretaceous sands of East AngliaSource: Bajocian ammonites collected by Sir Henry Hayden near Kampadzong, TibetSource: Modal and chemical analyses in regional studiesSource: Critical Sections in a carboniferous reef knollSource: Petrology of chloritoid and staurolite rocks North of Stonehaven, KincardineshireSource: The development of monograptus dubius and monograptus chimaeraSource: Korallen aus dem oberkarbon (Namur) des oberschlesischen stein-kohlen-beckensSource: Methods and principles of systematic zoologySource: Zoogeography of the seaSource: Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey : Scientific Reports 1-5Source: La Mer : Ouvrage publié sous la direction deSource: Current-Bedding in the moine series of North-Western ScotlandSource: The Miocene/ Oligocene boundary and the use of the term aquitanianSource: From dolerite to diorite : Older granite activity near Ellon, AberdeenshireSource: “Hutton's unconformity,” Isle of ArranSource: Quartzite xenoliths from the ballachulish granodioriteSource: Breconian : A stage name of the old red sandstoneSource: Records of Irish trilobites and brachiopodsSource: Principles of geochemistrySource: The Earth, its origin, History, and Physical constitutionSource: International Geological CongressSource: Summary of progress of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the museum of practical geology for the year 1951Source: Deep-Sea researchSource: Das HolzmadenbuchSource: The sea coastSource: Morphological analysis of land formsSource: A temporary section in the MalvernsSource: The prosicula of retiolites geinitzianus barrMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons, Ltd ; 1953 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

59. American journal of science : Vol. 275 Iss. 1-5 Year. 1975

Material type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: New Haven : J.D. & E. S. Dana ; 1975 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 AME] (1).

60. American journal of science : Vol. 272 Iss. 1-5 Year. 1972

Material type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: New Haven : J.D. & E.S. Dana ; 1972 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 AME] (1).

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