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41. Geological magazine : Vol. 86 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1949

Source: International Geological Congress, Eighteenth session - Great Britain, 1948Source: Crozzle and hussleSource: Zones of progressive regional metamorphism in the moine schists of the western Highlands of ScotlandSource: Types and figured specimens of lower palaeozoic trilobites in the university museum, OxfordSource: A revised terminology and subdivision of the middle jurassic rocks of YorkshireSource: Index foraminifera of the ChalkSource: The term Magma - TypeSource: On the so-called metamorphism of the Trias in the AlpsSource: Studies in the mona complex - The base of the bedded successionSource: Eruptive rocksSource: The study of rocksSource: Geology of the country around Weymouth, Swanage, Corfe, and LulworthSource: Symposium of information relative to uses of aerial photographs by geologistsSource: Geological explorations in the island of CelebesSource: The geology of Ubekendt Ejland, West Greenland, Part ISource: Malayan unionSource: Emanuel Kayser's Abriss der GeologieSource: Structural geology of Canadian ore deposits - A symposiumSource: The coast of northeast GreenlandSource: An alkali facies of granite at granite-dolomite contacts in skyeSource: A starfish from the glass sand of Loch AlineSource: Notes on the Nile valley in Berber and DongolaSource: Accuracy in geological place-namesSource: Ranikothalia in east and west IndiesSource: Dyke phenomena of the dicq rock, Jersey, C.I.Source: Evolution of delocrinus to paradelocrinus, and description of stuartwellercrinus argentinei sp. nov.Source: The origin of red sandstones and conglomeratesSource: An occurrence of authigenic felspar and quartz in yoredale limestonesSource: The term magma -TypeSource: Procedure in taxonomySource: The importance of upwelling water to vertebrate paleontology and oil geologySource: Klockmann's lehrbuch der mineralogieSource: Minerals and mineral depositsSource: Sequence in layered rocksSource: The palaeogeography of the midlandsSource: Useful aspects of geologySource: Shore platformsSource: Shore platformsSource: On the genus corynoides nicholsonSource: New lower ordovician brachiopods from the Llandeilo-Llangadock districtSource: A luxullianite from east dartmoorSource: An early list of strata by William SmithSource: Classification and phylogeny of the tetrapodsSource: East anglian driftsSource: Indication of geological sitesSource: Physical geologySource: Geology and scenery of the countryside round leeds and bradfordSource: Deep boring through ordovician and silurian strata at kinnekulle vestergotlandSource: The Yorkshire doggerSource: New lower ordovician brachiopods from the Llandeilo - Llangadock districtSource: The gare loch re-advance moraine1Source: The pediment landform : Some current problemsSource: Kyanite -Gneiss within a thermal aureoleSource: The source of some erratics from north-eastern Northamptonshire and adjacent parts of Huntingdonshire1Source: Palaeogeography of the MidlandsSource: Salt tectonics and a possible igneous analogySource: The origin of red sandstones and conglomeratesSource: Authigenic felspar in fuller's earthSource: Revised nomenclature for Yorkshire estuarine seriesSource: An international secretariat for sedimentary petrologySource: A textbook of geomorphologySource: Introduction to historical geologySource: The Yorkshire doggerSource: Lineation in moinian and lewisian rocks of the northern Highlands of ScotlandSource: The age of uraninite and monazite from the post - Delhi pegmatites of RajputanaSource: Hilt's law and the volatile contents of coal seamsSource: New species of calymenidae from Scotland and IrelandSource: Magma typesSource: East anglian driftsSource: Geology of the northern Pennine orefieldSource: A study of the structure, classification, and relationships of the palaeozoic arachnidaSource: The geology of the british empireSource: Petrology of the northampton sand ironstone formationSource: The geology of LincolnshireSource: Les graptolithes et quelques nouveaux groupes d'animaux du tremadoc de la pologneSource: The ammonite genus uhligella in the english Albian1Source: Hilt's law and the volatile contents of coal seamsSource: Geology of the aust-beachley district, GloucestershireSource: The lizard-start problemSource: Photographic prints from cellulose-acetate transparenciesSource: Borehole sections at roseneath and rowSource: Landscape as developed by the processes of normal erosionSource: The geology of water supplySource: The middle silurian rocks of north WalesSource: Federation of Malaya : Report of the Geological Survey Department for the year 1948Source: Structural history of the east IndiesMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1949 Availability: No items available Damaged (1).

42. Geological magazine : Vol. 79 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1942

Source: The tertiary lavas of rumSource: On the remains of fossil wood enclosed in a tertiary lava on the Isle of Rum, Inner HebridesSource: The distribution of the kordofan sand (Anglo-Egyptian Sudan)Source: The type specimen of monograptus sedgwicki (Portlock)Source: The sierra de la Demanda (Burgos, Spain) : Note on the tectonics of the Northern marginSource: On fossils from Antigua, and the age of the seaforth limestoneSource: On some recently described cretaceous cheilostomatous polyzoaSource: Note on the lower albian at leighton buzzardSource: Some problems of the archaean rocks of Tanganyika territorySource: A note on pleistocene deposits near Lake Manyara, TanganyikaSource: TrapSource: Geology of the Appleby districtSource: Geological map of the British Islands, based on the work of the Geological SurveySource: On permian and triassic tetrapodsSource: The pleistocene beds of Kanam and Kanjera, Kavirondo, KenyaSource: A post-glacial microfauna from Swansea docksSource: Construction of perspective drawings from contoured Maps by means of a Camera LucidaSource: Glacial driftsSource: Sponge spicules in rhyolitic ashesSource: VarvesSource: Dolomite and brucite - Marble in the Scottish HighlandsSource: Lake and Rastall's textbook of geologySource: Metasomatism and intrusion in JamaicaSource: The pseudodeltidium of the strophomenid brachiopodsSource: The structure of the Edale, Mam Tor and Castleton areaSource: The tectonics of TregarthSource: Geology of the zeila plain, British SomalilandSource: Glacial driftsSource: The geomorphology of British GuianaSource: Limestones of Scotland, area III, East Central ScotlandSource: The limestone coal group of the Glasgow districtSource: Jurassic iron ores, Cleveland districtSource: Contributions to a knowledge of the lead and zinc deposits of the Mississippi valley regionSource: The geology of the Leicestershire and South Derbyshire coalfieldSource: On a new palaeolithic industry from the Norfolk coastSource: An occurrence of millerite in the durham coal measuresSource: A heteromorph of venanziteSource: The geology of the zanzibar protectorate and its relation to the East African mainlandSource: A road section near Guy's hill, JamaicaSource: Laminar moulds in cellulose acetate for the study of rock and mineral structuresSource: Geological survey wartime pamphletsSource: Geological survey wartime pamphletsSource: Fasciculophyllum thomson and other genera of the “Zaphrentis” omaliusi group of carboniferous coralsSource: The ammonite zones of the liasSource: New British carboniferous crinoidsSource: The structure of the dendroid graptolitesSource: On the mechanics of faultingSource: Microfauna of the chalkSource: The fossils of the Yorkshire liasSource: A xenolithic minor intrusion at Slievenagriddle, County DownSource: Supposed commensalism of carboniferous spirorbids and certain non-marine lamellibranchsSource: Gangamopteris in the marine permian of Western AustraliaSource: The later igneous rocks of arvonSource: On permian and triassic tetrapodsSource: Landscape : As developed by the processes of normal erosionSource: The paleozoic and related rocks of southeastern MinnesotaMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1942 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

43. Geological magazine : Vol. 82 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1945

Source: The Goniatite Zones of the NamurianSource: The Significance of Terraces due to Climatic OscillationSource: The Granite ProblemSource: The Mineralogy of a Neolithic Terrace at Tura, EgyptSource: Leicestershire Climate in Triassic TimeSource: On the Normal Faulting of Rift Valley StructuresSource: Foundations of Plant Geography.Source: Principles of Physical GeologySource: Geology of the Cretaceous (Gualala Group) and Tertiary Formations along the Pacific Coast between Point Arena and Fort Ross, California. Source: The Age and Tectonic Relationships of East African Volcanic RocksSource: Sapphirine from Dangin, Western AustraliaSource: Trilobites Revision of certain Lower Ordovician Faunas from IrelandSource: The Origin of the West Cumbrian HaematitesSource: A New Jurassic Outcrop in the Jordan ValleySource: Heavy Minerals in the Irwin River Coal Measures, Western AustraliaSource: Volcanoes as Landscape Forms. By Cotton C. A.Source: Report of the Soil Conservation Committee, Sudan GovernmentSource: Upper Silurian Graptolite ZonesSource: Graptolite Lineage from North Cardiganshire Source: The Illaenid Pygidium: With special reference to the reflexed borderSource: Tyrieocrinus (gen. nov.) and Scotiacrinus (gen. nov.) and Seven New Species of Inadunate Crinoids from the Carboniferous Limestones of Scotland and Yorkshire.Source: Notes on Some Cretaceous FossilsSource: Contemporaneous Disturbances in Lacustrine Beds in KenyaSource: Lower Ordovician TrilobitesSource: On the Normal Faulting of Rift Valley StructuresSource: A Jurassic Outcrop in the Jordan ValleySource: An Indicator of Waterflow in CavesSource: Mapa Geologico Preliminar Generalizado del Peru.Source: Records of the Department of Mineralogy, Ceylon.Source: Squire: Memories of Charles Davies SherbornSource: The Relationship of the Australian Continent to the Pacific Ocean—Now and in the Past.Source: Sands and Gravels of Scotland. Stonehaven, Perth, Dundee.Source: Charnockitic and related cordierite - Bearing rocks from Dangin, Western AustraliaSource: Sedimentation and the problem of the gneissesSource: Generations in a fossil communitySource: The gardiner river rhyolite - Basalt complexSource: A note on lemming remains in NottinghamshireSource: Reports on the scientific results of the United States Antarctic Service ExpeditionSource: Spolia ZeylanicaSource: Publications of the Geological Survey Source: Limestones of Scotland. : Area V, Central Grampians, and area VI, Banffshire and North-East GrampiansSource: Structural features of the grey granites of AberdeenshireSource: The micro-fabric of the moine schistsSource: Mooreocrinus and ureocrinus gen. nov., with notes on the family cromyocrinidaeSource: The distribution of trace elements in a Scottish permo-carboniferous teschenite and its lugaritic differentiateSource: The geology of the northern part of the south Staffordshire coalfield (Cannock chase region)Source: Economic geology of canonbie coalfieldSource: Periodical events in the north sea basinSource: Evidence for a new major fault in north-east EnglandSource: Problems of ammonite - Nomenclature X : The naming of pathological specimensSource: Nick points and the curve of water erosionSource: On the chloride waters of Great Britain1Source: Petroleum geology of Colombia, South AmericaMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1945 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

44. Geological magazine : Vol. 73 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1936

Source: River profiles and denudation-chronology in Southern EnglandSource: Leucite-Basanite in East LothianSource: Rhaphidograptus, a new graptolite genusSource: The geology of an area in the Kavirondo district, Kenya ColonySource: On bababudanite, a soda-amphibole from the banded ferruginous quartzites of Mysore, IndiaSource: British regional geology: South-West EnglandSource: Spiral concretions and boring organismsSource: Reverse and oscillatory zoning in plagioclase felsparsSource: The tectonics of the Purbeck and Ridgeway faults in DorsetSource: The tertiary dykes of the Craignish area, ArgyllSource: The South hill Lamprophyre, JerseySource: Evidence of a late glacial episode within the valley of the lower ThamesSource: Geologie von Spitzbergen, der Bäreninsel, des König Karlund Franz-Joseph-LandesSource: An undiscovered coalfieldSource: Tectonic essays, mainly alpineSource: Geologie Der Erde : Geologie Von GrönlandSource: The tectonics of the Purbeck and Ridgeway faults in DorsetSource: Notes on the pre-cambrian of the Canadian shield with reference to pre-cambrian nomenclatureSource: The book of mineralsSource: British regional geology : North WalesSource: Bristol and Gloucester districtSource: Some minor intrusions of Glen Shee, PerthshireSource: On the structures of the Dermal ethmoid shield of OsteolepisSource: A xenolithic pegmatite in the Dalbeattie “Granite”Source: Earth-Movements, Ice Ages, and FaunasSource: An introduction to physical geologySource: Sedimentpetrographische Untersuchungen an MolassesandsteinenSource: Corundum in the Union of South AfricaSource: The geology of the Klerksdorp-Ventersdorp areaSource: On BababudaniteSource: Heavy accessories of certain pre-cambrian Intrusives of the Canadian shieldSource: On certain endocranial structures in CoccosteusSource: The age of the igneous series of Slieve Gallion, Northern IrelandSource: The idea of contrasted differentiationSource: Einführung in die Grundlagen der Historischen Geologie : I Bd., Die Ammoniten-, Trilobiten-, und BrachiopodenzeitSource: The stratigraphy of palestine and its building stonesSource: Getting acquainted with mineralsSource: The ordovician rocks of New ZealandSource: The basal complex question in JamaicaSource: Memorandum on an excursion to Newry igneous complex, Co. Down, August, 1935Source: The structure of Oncograptus T. S. HallSource: Note on the zone of Anthraconauta phillipsi in the Denbighshire coalfieldSource: Geologie Von Europa, Band 2, TeilSource: Regional petrology of the Southern North SeaSource: Copper resources of the worldSource: The coal measures of ScotlandSource: River profiles and denudation chronology Source: Cephalopods and a Beatricea from Akpatok IslandSource: Rift valley impressionsSource: Enderbite, A new member of the charnockite seriesSource: Some vertebrate fossils from CeylonSource: Petrographic nomenclatureSource: Geological aspects of underground water suppliesSource: Tertiary faunasSource: Invertebrate paleontologySource: The geological mapSource: The mesolithic settlement of Northern EuropeSource: The purbeck faultSource: The geology of KavirondoSource: The basal complex in Jamaica - A replySource: Nomenclature of conglomeratesSource: Ammonite terminologySource: The newry igneous complexSource: On bababudaniteSource: The two monzonitic series of the newry complexSource: Notes on the petrology of the Gadabusi country, British SomalilandSource: Zur Geologie Der Südschwedischen BasalteSource: Platinum and allied metalsSource: The Loos-Hamea regionSource: The complex Question in JamaicaSource: Rift valley impressionsSource: New Scottish carboniferous crinoidsSource: The ballachulish lag at Callert, Loch LevenSource: Spilitic rocks in New ZealandSource: Levels in the raised beach, black rock, BrightonSource: Road aggregates : Their uses and testingSource: Catalogue of types and figured specimens of fossils in the geological survey collections, exhibited in the Royal Scottish Museum, EdinburghSource: Practical photo-micrographySource: Geologie Von EuropaSource: Mineralogy : An introduction to the study of minerals and crystalsSource: Index to the records of the Geological Survey of IndiaSource: The cambrian faunas of North-Eastern Australia, Parts 1 and 2Source: Paradoxides oelandicus beds of Öland with an account of a diamond boring through the cambrian at MossbergaSource: So-called salterella from the cambrian of AustraliaSource: An ordovician species of chaetetesSource: Recent additions to the Albian ammonoid faunas of FolkestoneSource: Symplectite-bearing nodules in the ardgour marble, ArgyllshireSource: The stratigraphical order of the dalradian rocks of the Banffshire coastSource: The formation of the hydraulic limestones of the lower liasSource: Chalk at TriminghamSource: The definition of augite-biotite-dioriteSource: Fish remains from the North Wales CoalfieldSource: On the structure and affinities of the carboniferous cochliodont Helodus simplexSource: Heavy mineral assemblages of soils from the gold-fields of Western AustraliaSource: Outgrowths on zirconSource: Cymatelasma, a new genus of silurian rugose coralsSource: British regional geologySource: The idea of contrasted differentiation : A ReplySource: Age of the Girvan-Ballantrae serpentineSource: Reinterpretation of the bray series at Howth, Irish Free StateSource: A final note on the ebbsfleet channel seriesSource: Rutley's elements of mineralogySource: Great earthquakesSource: The earth's magnetismSource: The augite-biotite-diorite of the Newry complexMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Dulau & Co. Ltd ; 1936 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

45. Geological magazine : Vol 97 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1960

Source: Co-existing pyroxenes : Some causes of variation and anomalies in the optically derived compositional tie-lines, with particular reference to charnockitic rocksSource: The old red sandstone of Eastern Ekmanfjorden, VestspitsbergenSource: Notes on the distribution of english bathonian foraminiferaSource: CornstoneSource: A formation of marekanite at El Fiscal, GuatemalaSource: Early transverse dykes in the main donegal graniteSource: An occurrence of mugearite in antrimSource: Shear failure of anistropic rocksSource: Deformation features in cataclastic quartzSource: Ultrabasic pillow lavas from cyprusSource: Carboniferous limestone - Namurian Junction in IrelandSource: The bugle pit, hartwell, near aylesbury, bucks Sp(42)793121Source: The earth and its gravity fieldSource: Elements of geologySource: Principles of geology Source: Darwin's biological work : Some aspects reconsideredSource: Inclined granitic pipes in the diorites of GuernseySource: Sedimentary structures in the epidotic grits of SkyeSource: On the nature of the coralline cragSource: A fine air - Heave structure from the old red sandstone of Lanarkshire, ScotlandSource: New hystrichospheres from the upper jurassic of DorsetSource: A garnet - Hornblende - Pyroxene rock from Glenelg, Inverness-shireSource: Nomenclatural problems in the mesozoic rhynchonelloideaSource: The ordovician rocks of the Chatwall district, ShropshireSource: The southern upland fault in IrelandSource: Cenomanian ammonite zonesSource: Devonian - Carboniferous boundarySource: Introduction to historical geologySource: The pleistocene of CeylonSource: The efficacy of natural selection as an evolutionary agent, with particular reference to the fossil recordSource: The mid - Cretaceous transition from basement to cover within sedimentary rocks in eastern New Zealand : Evidence from detrital zircon age patternsSource: Intra - Stratal flow and convolute foldingSource: Petrography of the mesozoic succession of South WalesSource: Ignimbrite in the Kilchrist Vent, SkyeSource: A note on the disposition of fold axes in the silurian strata around the newry granodioriteSource: Ludlovian biotite - Bearing bandsSource: Structural behaviour of quartzite in a migmatite area, TanganyikaSource: The distribution of radioactivity in some fine-grained igneous rocksSource: Impregnation of rocks for sectioningSource: Festoon bedding and Mud-with-Lenticles lithologySource: The old red sandstone of eastern EkmanfjordenSource: Beaches and coastsSource: The Wenlock strata of south MayoSource: Seismic refraction investigations of the Preglacial Valley of the river Teifi near CardiganSource: Mudstone inclusions in Salopian conglomerates from county ClareSource: Eocene limestones to the west of JerseySource: The permian and trias of the Oman Peninsula, ArabiaSource: A new instrument for determining planar orientationSource: The laig gorge beds, Isle of EiggSource: The form of the beinn an dubhaich granite, SkyeSource: A new species of Tretaspis from south WalesSource: Azimuths of primary linear structures in folded strataSource: Metamorphic segregation bodiesSource: Irish erosion surfacesSource: Petrography of the mesozoic succession of South WalesSource: Mineralogy - Concepts, Descriptions, DeterminationsSource: Geologic evolution of EuropeSource: British caenozoic fossils (Tertiary and Quaternary)Source: The subdivision of the upper d beds of the speeton clay of speeton, East YorkshireSource: On the tectonic environment of basic magmaSource: The feeding mechanisms of spire-bearing fossil brachiopodsSource: An occurrence of tilleyite - Bearing limestones in the Isle of Rhum, inner HebridesSource: Cyclic sedimentation : A reviewSource: Large scale patterned ground in the valley of the Worcestershire AvonSource: Origin of convoluted laminaeSource: The strength and stress - Strain characteristics of oakdale coal under triaxial compressionSource: Archaean palaeogeography of Eastern and Northern Singhbhum, Eastern IndiaSource: Basic geology for science and engineeringSource: Stratigraphic principles and practiceSource: The oslobreen series, upper Hecla Hoek of Ny Friesland, SpitsbergenSource: Hornblende orientationSource: Metamorphism of the Jurassic rocks of Glas Bheinn Bheag, near Dunan, Isle of SkyeSource: Corundum in biotite - Sillimanite gneiss from near Polgahawela, CeylonSource: The distribution of some elements across the contacts of four xenolithsSource: Kilauea magma 1959–60Source: Co - Existing pyroxenes in metamorphic rocksSource: A note on current - Bedded moines near Garve, Wester rossSource: Deposition of the old red sandstoneSource: Wenlock strata of South MayoSource: Depth to top of postulated weardale graniteSource: Feeding mechanisms of spire - Bearing brachiopodsSource: On gryphaeaSource: Deltaic cyclothemsSource: The evolution of North AmericaSource: The earth beneath the seaSource: Structural methods for the exploration geologistSource: Subsurface mappingSource: Elements of cartographySource: New instruments and methods of engineering geologySource: Geology for engineersMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons, Ltd ; 1960 Availability: No items available Damaged (1).

46. Geological magazine : Vol. 94 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1957

Source: The development of lineation in complex fold systemsSource: The petrogenetic significance of the contact relationships of the donegal granite in Gweedore and CloghaneelySource: On the early pebble gravels of the Thames basin from the Hertfordshire-Essex border to Clacton-on-SeaSource: Outline of geology of the DardanellesSource: On a volcanic vent and associated monchiquite intrusions in MonmouthshireSource: A provisional reclassification of graniteSource: Some effects of artificial heating on fluorite-bearing albite-granite from St. Austell, CornwallSource: The miocene of Western IndiaSource: Structural geologySource: Regional study of epidote, mica, and albite fabrics of the moinesSource: The classification and evolution of the superfamily lichacea (Trilobita)Source: The clinopyroxenes of a differentiated teschenite sill near Gunnedah, New South WalesSource: Banded olivines in some Scottish carboniferous olivine-basaltsSource: Illustrating the laws of morphometrySource: The cenomanian compound coral, aspidiscus cristatus (Lamarck), from Nezzazat, Western SinaiSource: A megaphyton from the limestone coal group in fifeSource: Cross - FoldsSource: The metalliferous mining region of South-West EnglandSource: Geological history of the NetherlandsSource: Supposed unconformities in the old red sandstone of Western MoraySource: Erosion surfaces in UgandaSource: Flow - Markings and lode-castsSource: Primary origin of the limestone - Shale rhythm in the British lower liasSource: On the relationship between migmatization and structure in mid-strathspeySource: A palaeomagnetic investigation of the lundy dyke swarmSource: The aele gravel near Thriplow, CambridgeshireSource: Evolutionary rates of brachiopodsSource: A temperate bed of the last Inter-glacial period at Northfleet, KentSource: A palaeontological link between the midgeholme outlier, Cumberland, and the Northumberland and Durham coalfieldSource: The pattern of some pacific island chainsSource: The goniatite girtyoceras cf. weetsense moore from the shales above the jew limestone, NorthumberlandSource: Sutures and septa in jurassic ammonite systematicsSource: Structure and form of Cheung Chau island, Hong KongSource: Flow-Markings and Load-CastsSource: Lineation in complex fold systemsSource: Structural geology for petroleum geologistsSource: Microscopic petrographySource: Petrographic mineralogySource: The aberfoyle anticline, Callander, PerthshireSource: A note on the occurrence of rhythmic layering in the Eilean Mhuire Sill, Shiant IslesSource: Salterolithus caractaci (Murchison) from caradoc strata near Welshpool, MontgomeryshireSource: The lustleigh fault in North-East DartmoorSource: Notes on the petrology and mineralogy of the barrovian metamorphic zonesSource: Namurian goniatites in the U.S.S.R.Source: The Fuller's Earth of Whatley, SomersetSource: A new upper carboniferous echinoid from TexasSource: A note on the pitchstones of ArranSource: Accessory brachial structures in long-looped brachiopodsSource: The contact between tertiary granophyre and torridonian arkose on minishal, Isle of RhumSource: Jurassic geology of the WorldSource: Crataniophyllum, A new name for a carboniferous coral genusSource: A slow tempo of denudation claimed for Eastern AustraliaSource: Determination of [001] axes in muscoviteSource: The sequence of microspore assemblages associated with the occurrence of crassidurite in coal seams of YorkshireSource: A redescription of some type specimens of British ordovician bryozoaSource: The lower hecla hoek rocks of Ny Friesland, SpitsbergenSource: The fauna of some recent marine deposits near Basrah, IraqSource: Interambulacral plate atrophy in lovenia woodsi (Etheridge Fil.)Source: A variety of quartzite from Craig-choinnich lodge, near Blair atholl, PerthshireSource: Notes on the species cymbites laevigatus (J. de C. Sowerby) and on the genus cymbites neumayrSource: Brachymetopus (Brachymetopus) and B. (Brachymetopina) (Trilobita, devonian to upper carboniferous)Source: Graptolites with associated sedimentary groovingSource: The limestone-shale rhythm in the British lower liasSource: The lustleigh fault in North-East DartmoorSource: Determination of [001] axes in muscoviteSource: The denbigh grits; wenlock greywackes in WalesSource: An outline of the structure of the galway graniteSource: The insertion of septa in the later growth stages of palaeosmilia murchisoni (Edwards and Haime)Source: Slow anti-dunes and flow marksSource: Load-cast structures : Their relationship to upper-surface structures and their mode of formationSource: Growth of the glabella of Dalmanitina oliniSource: An isolated occurrence of igneous rocks at Gorei in the Las Anod district of the Somaliland protectorate1Source: Diplograptus spinulosus sp. nov., from the ordovician of SyriaSource: Some holothurian spicules from the upper bathonian of the dorset coastSource: The physique of WalesSource: The limestone-shale rhythm in the British lower liasSource: Association Pour l'Etude Geologique des Zones Profondes de l'Ecorce TerrestreSource: Sedimentary rocksSource: The quaternary eraSource: The origin of the African flora : An inaugural lecture given at the university college of Rhodesia and NyasalandSource: The history of the British flora : A factual basis for phyto-geographySource: Principles of stratigraphyMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1957 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

47. Geological magazine : Vol. 96 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1959

Source: The Growth and Form of Brachiopod ShellsSource: Pseudomigmatites in the Abitau lake area, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories, CanadaSource: On the origin of the Dogger bank, in the North SeaSource: The geology of the Snøfjella and Dovrefjella in VestspitsbergenSource: The pre-cambrian rocks of Southern Co. Wicklow (Ireland)Source: The intrusion - Breccia of Dunmore, Co. DonegalSource: Differing powers of crystal nucleation as a factor producing diversity in layered igneous intrusionsSource: A note on the crag in NorfolkSource: Age of the cretaceous basal conglomerate at Murlough bay, Co. AntrimSource: African erosion surfacesSource: Gravity anomalies in the Channel islandsSource: On the supposed evolution of gryphaea in the LiasSource: The mechanics of oblique slip faultingSource: Geological interpretation of airborne magnetometer observations from Nelson to Waikato river, New ZealandSource: The Mt. Barney Central Complex, S.E. QueenslandSource: Steeply plunging recumbent foldsSource: Chess - Board albite from New Brunswick, CanadaSource: Six new genera of mesozoic brachiopodaSource: Mechanics of jointing in rocksSource: Septa and sutures in jurassic ammonitesSource: Ultrabasic pillow lavas from CyprusSource: The viscosity of rock-glass of granitic composition under various physical conditions : A correction and an addendumSource: Monograptus triangulatusSource: Intrusion - Breccia of Dunmore, Co. DonegalSource: Introduction to the study of cretaceous ostracodaSource: Upper cretaceous of the Pacific coastSource: Palaeontology Source: Elastic waves in layered mediaSource: Structural control of uranium mineralization in AustraliaSource: Boudinage structure in West Cork, IrelandSource: Culm stratigraphy and the age of the main orogenic phase in Devon and CornwallSource: Sequence and structure in the silurian rocks of KirkcudbrightshireSource: Fold structures in the dalradian rocks of Knapdale, ArgyllshireSource: On convolute bedding in the lower ludlovian rocks of North-East RadnorshireSource: Minor acid intrusions and dykes of lamlash - Whiting bay region, ArranSource: The composite sill of Rudh' an eireannaich, SkyeSource: A summary of present views on the structure of Cornwall and DevonSource: Ultrabasic pillow lavas from CyprusSource: Tournaisian beds in Ravenstonedale and DublinSource: Occurrence of chancelloria walcott in the comley limestoneSource: The earliest geological treatise (1667)Source: On the basis of pleistocene correlation in East AfricaSource: Scapolite - Bearing marbles and calc - Silicate socks from Tungkillo and Milendella, South AustraliaSource: Concerning Mr. A. Hallams' article on gryphaeaSource: The stromatoporoid genus milleporella deningerSource: The growth and form of brachiopod shellsSource: The structure of coccoliths from the English chalkSource: Microplankton from the Cornbrash of YorkshireSource: The southern upland fault in IrelandSource: Replacement veins in the dahomeyan of GhanaSource: On the origin and occurrence of basic bodies associated with discordant bathylithsSource: Metamorphic segregation structures from Rosguill, EireSource: An olivine - bearing hornfels from South-Eastern QueenslandSource: Intrusive phenomena of the Whin sill, East of the R. North TyneSource: On the form and mode of emplacement of the ben buie intrusion, island of Mull, ArgyllshireSource: Pleistocene deposits on the west side of the Malvern hillsSource: Cross - FoldsSource: Culm measures stratigraphySource: The supposed evolution of gryphaeaSource: Handbuch der stratigraphischen geologieSource: Grundzüge Regionaler StratigraphieSource: WirbeltierfaunenSource: The earth, Its origin, History and physical constitutionSource: Introduction to geophysicsSource: Elementary seismologySource: Geological map of CaliforniaSource: Aspects of the geology of the scotia arcSource: The bigga house basic igneous complex, New South WalesSource: A unique chert nodule from the hawes limestone (Lower Carboniferous, D1) of Wensleydale, YorkshireSource: A volcanic vent in the bogside mines, Fife1Source: Monelasmina besti, a new schizophoriid brachiopod from the upper devonian of Western CanadaSource: On certain geological similarities between north-east Shetland and the Jotunheim area of NorwaySource: Mesozoic radiolaria of the Middle East and their stratigraphical distributionSource: Cross - Folding in the Gramscatho beds at Helford river, CornwallSource: The term eucriteSource: A note on the nosean phonolite of the wolf rock, CornwallSource: The ammonite zones of the middle jurassic beds of East GreenlandSource: Facies in metamorphism and tectonicsSource: Culm stratigraphyMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1959 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

48. Geological magazine : Vol. 95 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1958

Source: Upper Carboniferous Plant Spore Assemblages from the Gastrioceras subcrenatum Horizon, North StaffordshireSource: A Note on the Occurrence of Coal Measures in Eastern County Limerick, IrelandSource: The Amphibolite of Doir'a'Chatha (Durcha), SutherlandSource: Palaeontological Evidence for the Age of the English WealdenSource: Further Data on the Petrology of the Saxa Vord Schists of Unst, Shetland IslesSource: The Structure of the Grantown Granite Complex, MorayshireSource: A Cambro-Ordovician Fauna from the Hecla Hoek Succession of Ny Friesland, SpitsbergenSource: A Note on the Occurrence of Coal Measures in Eastern County Limerick, IrelandSource: A Use for Acetic Acid in the Study of Fossil SpongesSource: On Some Turkish SedimentsSource: Recent Marine Deposits Near BasrahSource: Namurian Stage NamesSource: Glacial and Pleistocene GeologySource: Mio-Pliocene Floras from West-Central NevadaSource: Fossilium Catalogus II: PlantaeSource: A Treatise on LimnologySource: Lehrbuch der Tektonischen GeologieSource: Tectonic RegimesSource: The Development of the Mid-Zambezi Valley in Northern Rhodesia since Early Karroo TimesSource: Devonian Limestone Pebbles in Central DevonSource: Alternating Pleistocene Morphogenetic SystemsSource: The Pre-Tertiary Geology of the Western Approaches to the English ChannelSource: Age of Zircon from the Kunait Syenite Complex, South-West GreenlandSource: On Post-Glacial Pelicans in BritainSource: High-level Gravels in and near the Lower Severn ValleySource: On Some Turkish RocksSource: Antidunes and Flame StructuresSource: Load-Casts and Flame StructuresSource: Igneous Rocks at Gorei, Shilemadu Range, British SomalilandSource: Mesures Gravimétriques et Magnétiques dans la Partie Centrale de l'A.O.F. Interprétations GéologiquesSource: A Metamorphic Boundary in the Moine Schists of the Morar and Knoydart Districts of Inverness-shireSource: The Quihita-Cunene Layered Gabbroic Intrusion of South-west AngolaSource: Oblique-Slip Faults and Rotated Stress SystemsSource: The Geology of the Land between Ekmanfjorden and Dicksonfjorden in Central VestspitsbergenSource: Sedimentary Dykes in the Dalradian of ScotlandSource: Ultrabasic Pillow Lavas from CyprusSource: The Use of Magnetic Measurements for the Study of the Structure of Talus SlopesSource: The Carboniferous Upland FloraSource: Die Geotektonische Entwicklung des Apennin-SystemsSource: Studies on Fossil VertebratesSource: PhreatophytesSource: Fossilium Catalogus II Source: Composite and Multiple Intrusions of Lamlash-Whiting Bay Region, ArranSource: Composition of Pelites from Connemara, Co. Galway, IrelandSource: Pelagic Foraminifera in the Tertiary of VictoriaSource: The Lower Middle Hecla Hoek Rocks of Ny Friesland, SpitsbergenSource: New Occurrences of Fish Remains in the Silurian of the Welsh BorderlandSource: A note on kyanite in the Moine Series of Southern Ross-shire, and a review of related rocks in the Northern Highlands of ScotlandSource: Post-Tectonic Granite-Gabbro Complexes in South-eastern QueenslandSource: The Evolutionary PlexusSource: Development of Lineation in Complex Fold SystemsSource: Weathering and Subsurface Erosion in Granite at The Piedmont Angle, Balos, SudanSource: Granite: Some Tectonic, Petrological, and Physico-Chemical AspectsSource: On the Occurrence of Ankerite in a Band of Non-marine Lamellibranchs from the Lancashire Coal MeasuresSource: The Compositions of Coexisting Pyroxenes in Metamorphic AssemblagesSource: Note on the Structure and Microstructure of Thecia swinderniana (Goldf.)Source: The Upper Jurassic Faunas of Southern IsraelSource: The Evidence for Cosmic Upward Pull in Mountain and Land UpliftSource: Ultrabasic Pillow Lavas from CyprusSource: Pelagic Foraminifera in the Tertiary of VictoriaSource: Development of Lineation in Complex Fold SystemsSource: Derived Ammonites in Basal Cretaceous ConglomerateSource: The Significance of Septa and Sutures in Jurassic Ammonite SystematicsSource: Pyroxenes from the Dawros Peridotite and some comments on their natureSource: The Bostonite of Rudh'a' Chromain, Carsaig, MullSource: Palaeontological Evidence for the Age of the Carboniferous and Permian Rocks of Central VestspitsbergenSource: Views on Spore NomenclatureSource: Some Discordant Fold Structures from the Dalradian of Craignish, Argyll, and Rosguill, Co. DonegalSource: Origin of Picrite Blocks Near WellsSource: Dimensions of Asymmetrical FoldsSource: Select African Erosion Surfaces African Erosion SurfacesSource: Fossil MenMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1958 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

49. Geological magazine : Vol. 72 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1935

Source: Stilpnomelane and related minerals as constituents of Schists from Western Otago, New ZealandSource: Notes on some analyses of Egyptian Igneous and metamorphic rocksSource: Some triassic lamellibranchs from Brazil and ParaguaySource: A middle cambrian hyolithellus from ComleySource: The geology of the country between Springs and BethalSource: Crystals and the polarizing microscopeSource: Transactions of the Leeds Geological AssociationSource: Useful aspects of geologySource: Introduction aux Études Minières ColonialesSource: Guide to the geological model of ArdnamurchanSource: Coastal plateauxSource: Marginal and contact phenomena of the dorback graniteSource: The influence of earth movements on climateSource: The dalradian succession in the pass of brander district, ArgyllSource: Comparison of three Scottish magmasSource: An olivine-trachyte from Mont Dore, AuvergneSource: Evidence of a Further glacial episode within the valley of the lower thamesSource: The occurrence of markfieldite at NuneatonSource: The geology of South-Western UgandaSource: Chromite deposits of NewfoundlandSource: A glacial track in the peak district of DerbyshireSource: Diorite-Limestone reaction at Ben Bullen, New South Wales : A study in contaminationSource: On the silurian coral cyathaxonia siluriensis M’CoySource: The petrography of the blea wyke seriesSource: AustralitesSource: On the occurrence of marine miocene in PalestineSource: Handbuch der Regionalen GeologieSource: Geologic structuresSource: Note on some fossil fruits of tertiary age from Colombia, South America Source: Gotlandian vulcanicity in Western EuropeSource: The glencoul nappe and the assynt culminationSource: Note on a marine band in the Denbighshire coalfieldSource: Fossils from the northern range of TrinidadSource: On some sponges and a coral of upper cretaceous age from Toco Bay, TrinidadSource: The clinographic curveSource: On the age of certain species of trigonia from the jurassic rocks of Kachh (Cutch)Source: Studi paleontologici e litologici sulla Cirenaica e sulla Tripolitania orientaleSource: On the dermal bones of the head in labyrinthodont stegocephalians and primitive reptiliaSource: Geological maps of South AfricaSource: New crinoids from coplow knoll, clitheroe, with lists of carboniferous limestone crinoid speciesSource: The coelacanth fishes from MadagascarSource: A note on the origin of basic xenoliths in plutonic rocks, with special reference to their grain-sizeSource: The geology of BurmaSource: The mineral resources of BurmaSource: The end of the paleolithicSource: Prehistoric Survey of Egypt and Western AsiaSource: Prehistoric survey of Great Britain and Ireland Source: Influence of earth movements on climateSource: The origin of the structure known as guilielmitesSource: On the lower kimeridgian ammonite genera pictonia, rasenia, aulacostephanus and ataxiocerasSource: The march-nar seaSource: The arrochar intrusive complexSource: Die Lagerstätten der Edelsteine und SchmucksteineSource: The changing world of the ice ageSource: Geologie AfrikasSource: Life-history of the sudbury nickel irruptiveSource: The glacial geology of holderness and the vale of YorkSource: AustralitesSource: Contributions to the Petrology of Barnavave, Carlingford, I.F.S.—1. The junction hybridsSource: A description of eospirifer radiatus (J. de C. Sowerby)Source: Some pleistocene deposits at Kirmington and CrayfordSource: Spezielle Petrographie der Eruptivgesteine : Ein Nomenklatur-KompendiumSource: Earthquakes and mountainsSource: Geology of UgandaSource: Kellaways clay fossilsSource: The mechanical composition of the London tertiaries in the neighbourhood of Harrow-on-the-HillSource: The correlation of pre-cambrian granites by means of heavy mineral analyses2Source: The correlation of pre-cambrian granites by means of heavy mineral analyses2Source: The pleistocene chronology of Central EuropeSource: Thermal contraction, land bridges, and geosynclinesSource: The geology of the OrkneysSource: Life-history of the sudbury nickel irruptiveSource: Eruptive rock namesSource: The exogenous contact-zone at Ben bullen, New South WalesSource: A critical examination of stricklandia (= Stricklandinia) lirata (J. de C. Sowerby) 1839 forma typicaSource: On tricycloseris, anabacia, and some new genera of hexacorallaSource: Roman mines in EuropeSource: Pleistocene chronology of Central EuropeSource: The centenary of the Geological Survey of Great BritainSource: The middle carboniferous of RussiaSource: The chalk rock fauna in East YorkshireSource: A note on the rate of sedimentation on a salt marsh on Scolt Head Island, NorfolkSource: On the permian Coelacanth, Coelacanthus granulatus, AgSource: A review of Dinantian and Namurian Vulcanicity in North-Western and Central EuropeSource: The periproctal plates of DiscoideaSource: Problems of petroleum geology (A Symposium)Source: Les ressources minerales de la France d’outre-Mer. III : le zinc, le plomb, l’argent, le cuivre, l’or, les minerais radio-actifs, le mica, les pierres precieuses. IV : le phosphateSource: British terminology for rugose coralsSource: A note on lime-separating algae from subarctic Canada1Source: A simple method of taking serial sectionsSource: British regional geologySource: The grampian highlandsSource: The South of ScotlandSource: Scotland : The tertiary volcanic districtsSource: Northern EnglandSource: Petrology for studentsSource: The dorset coast : A geological guideSource: Coelacanthus granulatus Source: The geology and fossils of Carriacou, West IndiesSource: Note on the flora of the highest “Coal Measures” of WarwickshireSource: Einführung in die PalaeontologieSource: Swedish Liasso-Rhaetic FlorasSource: Structural geologySource: The brunner focal depth-time-distance chartMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Dulau & Co, Ltd ; 1935 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

50. Geological magazine : Vol. 77 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1940

Source: The application of the European time scale to the upper tertiary of North AmericaSource: The lamellibranch zones of the South Staffordshire coalfieldSource: Fossils from the fuller's earth of the weymouth anticlineSource: Studies in the Mona complexSource: The dolerite plugs of tieveragh and tievebulliagh near Cushendall, Co. Antrim, with a note on buchiteSource: New Scottish material of eusthenopteronSource: An occurrence of detrital diaspore in South WalesSource: Internal constitution of the EarthSource: On the direction of certain valleysSource: Basaltic lavas of South Kivu, Belgian CongoSource: Montmorillonite in fuller's earth, Nutfield, SurreySource: The petrology of the government reserve forest, Kodarma, Bihar (India)Source: On fluoborite from Selibin, MalayaSource: Mineralogy of some permian sediments from Western AustraliaSource: The relation of the valves to the pedicle in the strophomenid brachiopodsSource: Report upon the mining industry of MalayaSource: Earthquakes and other earth movementsSource: The Yorkshire doggerSource: The mapping of head deposits1Source: The geology of the oil-field belt of S.W. Iran and Iraq.1Source: Correlation of laki bedsSource: Platycrinus tuberculatus oyens, A correctionSource: The birth and development of the geological sciencesSource: The petrology of the skaergaard intrusionSource: The Yorkshire dogger Source: Foraminifera in boulder clays from the Wexford coast of Ireland (With a note on the generic name Streblus Fischer)Source: GraptogonophoresSource: The organic content of recent rhyolitic ashes in MalayaSource: A note on the genera staurocephalus and sphaerocoryphe, with the description of a new species of sphaerocorypheSource: Some problems of geomorphology and continental relationships in British GuianaSource: The genus mentzelia quenstedt, and its affinities to other members of the subfamily martiniinae waagenSource: The mapping of head depositsSource: Contributions to the geography of EgyptSource: Geomorphology : An introduction to the study of landscapesSource: The geology of British oilfields Source: Cordierite - Anthophyllite rocks associated with spinel-hypersthenites from Toodyay, Western AustraliaSource: The composition and properties of shore and dune sandsSource: An hypothesis of submarine canyonsSource: Some lower palaeozoic contacts in PembrokeshireSource: Note on three Himalayan riversSource: The oil-field belt of South-West Iran and IraqSource: The principles of economic geologySource: Geology for South African studentsSource: The fossil antelopes of palestine in natufian (Mesolithic) times, with descriptions of new speciesSource: The geology of BasutolandSource: Contact metamorphism by a tertiary dyke at Waterfoot, Co. AntrimSource: Glacial drifts near Roslin, MidlothianSource: Notes on a large spiriferoid from the Southern Shan statesSource: Phenol formaldehyde resin as a casting materialSource: Correlation of laki bedsSource: British hills and mountainsMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1940 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

51. Geological magazine : Vol. 98 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1961

Source: Ultramafic breccias from the Musa valley, Eastern PapuaSource: Cross-bedding in the Calciferous sandstone series of Fife and West LothianSource: On the Significance of β Intersections in Superposed Deformation FabricsSource: Origin of Albite Porphyroblasts in Rocks of the Ben More—Am-Binnein Area, Western Perthshire, ScotlandSource: Hydrothermal Melting of ShalesSource: The Composite Sill of Rudh' a' Chromain, Carsaig, MullSource: Rolled Garnets from Morar, Inverness-shireSource: Some Erratics from Teifi Estuary, Western Cardiganshire1Source: Age of Metamorphism of Moine SchistsSource: Age of Mountsorrel GraniteSource: Discovery of Copper Minerals in Lewisian GneissSource: The Upper Middle Hecla Hoek Rocks of Ny Friesland, SpitsbergenSource: Early Slope Development in an Expanding Stream SystemSource: Some supposed ‘raised beach’ deposits at Corran, Loch Linnhe, and Loch EtiveSource: Lower Devonian Crinoids from Toongabbie, Victoria, AustraliaSource: The Upper Devonian and Lower Carboniferous Stratigraphy of Boscastle and Tintagel, Cornwall Source: Origin of Convoluted LaminaeSource: The Pattern of Some Pacific Island ChainsSource: Irish Erosion SurfacesSource: Foraminiferal Faunas from the Lapithos Group of Cyprus1Source: A “Vein” of Trondhjemite aplite: Granitization of Quartzite forming the sole of a Fold-thrust, Malin Head, Co. DonegalSource: Some Namurian Conodonts from North StaffordshireSource: Lepidostrobophyllum fimbriatum (Kidston 1883) from the Drybrook Sandstone (Lower Carboniferous)Source: On the species Orbignyella fibrosa (Lonsdale)Source: Pre-Cambrian Perthosites in NyasalandSource: On Deformation at Thrust Planes in Shetland and the Jotunheim area of NorwaySource: The Occurrence of Hypersthene in Hawaiian BasaltsSource: Inhalant and Exhalant Feeding Current Systems in Recent BrachiopodsSource: Origin of Albite PorphyroblastsSource: The Torridonian Succession of the Isle of RhumSource: The Mid-Zambezi-Luangwa Rift and Related Carbonatite ActivitySource: The Age and Relationships of the Cornbrook SandstoneSource: A Llandovery Shoreline from the Southern MalvernsSource: Rock Magnetism Applied to Some Geological ProblemsSource: The Relation Between the Quartz Fabric and Fold Movements in a Folded Calc-Silicate Rock from the Moines of ScotlandSource: The Deformation of Confined, Incompetent Layers in FoldingSource: A Note on Cleavages in Crenulated RocksSource: Co-existing Pyroxenes in Igneous Assemblages: a Re-evaluation of the Existing Data on Tie-line OrientationsSource: Co-Existing PyroxenesSource: Co-Existing Pyroxenes in Igneous and Metamorphic RocksSource: Tertiary of Barbados, W. I.Source: Morphology, Classification, and Life Habits of the Productoidea (Brachiopoda)Source: Geological NomenclatureSource: The Rotation of the EarthSource: A Note on the Origin of Ophitic Texture in the Chilled Olivine Gabbro of the Skaergaard IntrusionSource: The Ordovician and Associated Pre-Cambrian Rocks of the Pontesford District, ShropshireSource: The Antipodal Location of Continents and OceansSource: The Central and Eastern Parts of the Lammermuir-Stranraer MoraineSource: Erosion of a Rock Floor by Tidal Sand StreamsSource: A Note Concerning the Age of the Metamorphism of the Dalradian Rocks of Western IrelandSource: Buried Valleys of the Upper Rheidol (Cardiganshire)Source: On Garnet Coronites from Koraput, OrissaSource: An Unusual Gabbroic Intrusion from Northern RhodesiaSource: The Non-marine Mollusca of the Cainscross Terrace near Stroud, GloucestershireSource: A Note on Greisening in the Bodmin Moor GraniteSource: Origin of Albite PorphyroblastsSource: An Olivine-Bearing Hornfels from South-Eastern Queensland—A CorrectionSource: An Early Reference to IsostasySource: The Maam Faults, Co. MayoSource: The Relief and Drainage of Wales1: an Essay ReviewSource: Ecology and Distribution of Recent ForaminiferaSource: An Introduction to the Scientific Study of the SoilSource: Post-Intrusion Deformation of a Dyke Swarm, Awatere Valley, New ZealandSource: The Late Palaeozoic Glaciation of Gondwanaland in Relation to West Africa and to Northern South America During Carboniferous TimeSource: Reversed Graded Beds from the Dalradian of Inishowen, Co. DonegalSource: Preferred Orientation of Nepheline in Deformed Nepheline Syenite Gneisses from Sørøy, Northern NorwaySource: Modal Variation and the Form of the Beinn an Dubhaich Granite, SkyeSource: On an Occurrence of Fayalite Quartz-Monzonite in the Basement Complex around Bauchi, Northern NigeriaSource: The Distribution of Alpha Radioactivity in a Specimen of Shap GraniteSource: Intrusions of Gabbro and Granophyre in the Snaefellsnaes, Western IcelandSource: New Irish Tournaisian FenestellidsSource: Coal Measures and Volcanism off the Fife CoastSource: The Preparation of Thin Sections of ClaysSource: Stratigraphy of the Skiddaw Group between Buttermere and Mungrisdale, CumberlandSource: Devonian and Carboniferous Stratigraphy of CornwallSource: Field Relations of Rocks Containing Co-Existing PyroxenesSource: Co-Existing PyroxenesSource: Paleogeologic MapsSource: Late Paleozoic Sponge Faunas of the Texas RegionSource: Studies in PaleobotanySource: PhotogrammetryMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: [Hertz] : [Stephen Austin & Sons] ; [1961] Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

52. Geological magazine : Vol. 78 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1941

Source: The Geology of British Oilfields 2. The Geology of the Oilfields and some Prospective Oil Areas in CanadaSource: The Age of Certain Permian Fish-bearing StrataSource: Age Determination of Carboniferous Basic Rocks of Shropshire and ColonsaySource: On Gill-like Structures in the EurypteridaSource: The Periods of Coal Formation represented in the British Coal MeasuresSource: Some Problems of Geomorphology and Continental Relationships in British GuianaSource: Synopsis of the Mineral Resources of ScotlandSource: The Shoulders of Glacial TroughsSource: The Alteration of Detrital Minerals in the Mesozoic Rocks of YorkshireSource: Some Observations on the Geology of Antigua, West IndiesSource: Geological Research in the Malay Peninsula and ArchipelagoSource: Correlation of Laki BedsSource: The Origin of Submarine CanyonsSource: The Upper Oxford Clay at Purton, Wilts, and the Zones of the Lower OxfordianSource: The Recent History and Pleistocene Deposits of the Plateau North of Lake Eyasi, TanganyikaSource: The Ordovician Rocks of the Builth District A Preliminary AccountSource: “Algal Dust” and the Finer-grained Varieties of Carboniferous LimestoneSource: The Carboniferous Limestone of Breedon Cloud, Leicestershire, and the associated InliersSource: A Collection of Carboniferous Limestone Fossils in the Skipton MuseumSource: The Malignite of Poohbah Lake, OntarioSource: Wartime Lessons in ErosionSource: Microscopic Colloform Structures in “Mud Balls” at Waiotapu, New ZealandSource: A Problem in Polyzoan NomenclatureSource: Some Problems of Geomorphology and Continental Relationship in British GuianaSource: The Igneous Rocks of the Stanner-Hanter District, RadnorshireSource: A New Genus of Trilobites and other Fossils from GirvanSource: The Presence of the Namurian in the Bristol DistrictSource: Allagecrinus biplex Wright—A Revision of the Species, with Notes on other Scottish AllagecrinidaeSource: Icelandic Tectonics—Graben or Horst ?Source: On the Boundary between the Upper and Lower CretaceousSource: Impressions of Brachiopod CastsSource: The Upper Oxford Clay at PurtonSource: The “Dunghan” Limestone, and Ranikot Beds in BaluchistanSource: Glacial DriftsSource: Geology of the Country around WakefieldSource: The Geology of British Oilfields 3. The Oilfields of BurmaSource: The Yorkshire Dogger: II. Lower EskdaleSource: The Brachiopod family ParastrophinidaeSource: Outlines of Structural GeologySource: Geology of the Iron-Ore Field of South Cumberland and FurnessSource: Hecla Hoek Rocks of New Friesland (Spitsbergen)Source: The Hangnest Dolerite Sill, S.ASource: The Coal Veins of British MalayaSource: The Geomorphology of British GuianaSource: Glacial DriftsSource: Crater LakeMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1941 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

53. Geological magazine : Vol. 10 Iss. 1-12 Year. 1893

Source: Eminent living geologists. No. 7Source: Some examples of folds and faults in the devonian rocks at and near Ilfracombe, North DevonSource: Eskdale drift and its bearing on glacial geologySource: The true horizon of the mammothSource: Note on a new British species of Cyclus from the coalSource: On the occurrence of a trilobite in the skiddaw slates of the Isle of manSource: The glacial successionSource: Glacial geology : Old and newSource: A catalogue of British jurassic gasteropodaSource: The jurassic rocks of the Neighbourhood of CambridgeSource: Extinct monsters : A popular account of some of the larger forms of ancient animal lifeSource: SelenologySource: Sir Richard OwenSource: On a new palæniscid fish, Myriolepis Hibernicus, sp. nov. from the coal-measures, co. Kilkenny, IrelandSource: On Palæosaccus Dawsoni, hinde, a new genus and species of hexactinellid sponge from the quebec group (Okdovician) at Little Métis, Quebec, CanadaSource: On the so-called spilites of JerseySource: Woodwardian museum notesSource: On the occurrence of ursus ferox in the pleistocene of MaltaSource: The fossil fishes of the British Coal MeasuresSource: Catalogue Illustré des Coquilles Fossiles de l'Éocène des Environs de ParisSource: A monograph of the carboniferous and permo-carboniferous invertebrata of New South WalesSource: The St. bees sandstoneSource: On the supposed conflict between geology and physicsSource: The mommoth and the glacial driftSource: The mammoth and the glacial driftSource: GraniteSource: 3000 feet of quaternary and ? Tertiary deposits in Texas, U.S.A.Source: “The Malvern Crystallines”Source: Glacial geologySource: Measurement of geological timeSource: On Oolitic and other limestones with sheared structure from IlfracombeSource: The submergence of the British Isles during the glacial periodSource: The true horizon of the mammothSource: Additions to the type fossils in the woodwardian museumSource: On a meteoric stone found at Makariwa, near Invercargill, New Zealand Source: An introduction to the study of the genera of Palæozoic BrachiopodaSource: Annals of British geology, 1891Source: The rocks of South DevonSource: Scandinavian rocks in the english boulder-claysSource: The mammoth and the glacial driftSource: A boring at willoughby in LincolnshireSource: Subterranean erosionSource: Notes on the Devonian fishes of Campbelltown and Scaumenac bay in Canada.—No. 21Source: Restorations of Anchisaurus, Ceratosaurus, and ClaosaurusSource: On the occurrence of concretionary masses of flint and chert in the maltese limestonesSource: Analysis of the fullers earth of vrongochSource: The true horizon of the mammothSource: Restoration of Mastodon Americanus, CuvierSource: On some new reptiles from the elgin sandstone Source: Fauna der Gaskohle und der Kalksteine der Perm-formation BöhmensSource: Merveilles de la Nature : La Terre, les mers et les continents, Geographie Physique, Géologie et MinéralogieSource: On the discovery of a secondary reptile in Madagascar : Steneosaurus Baroni (n. sp.); with a reference to some post-tertiary vertebrate remains from the same country recently acquired by the British museum (Natural History)Source: On some Palæozoic phyllopodous and other fossilsSource: On some quartz-schists from the AlpsSource: On post-eocene surface-changes in the London basin1Source: Note on a coast-section at the LizardSource: Note on the lakes of Zurich and WallenSource: The supposed quaternary and since submerged volcano of Mergellina, at NaplesSource: Eminent living geologists. No. 8Source: On fossils applied as charms or ornamentsSource: Woodwardian museum notesSource: On a new species or discites (Discites Hibernicus) from the lower carboniferous limestone of IrelandSource: On the thickness, expansion, and resulting elevation of marine depositsSource: Notes on the devonian fishes of Campbelltown and Scaumenac bay in Canada,—No. 3Source: The shell-beds of Moel TryfaenSource: Forminiferal limestones from the Grenadine islands, West IndiesSource: Note on the tuscan archipelagoSource: Was the deposit of flint and chalk contemporaneous?Source: Another view of the submergence of the British Isles during the glacial periodSource: The geology and palæontology of Queensland and New GuineaSource: The volcanoes of Barren island and Narcondam in the bay of BengalSource: The condition of the Arctic lands in the so-called glacial ageSource: The condition of the Arctic lands in the so-called glacial ageSource: The growth of the Indian peninsulaSource: The relative age of flintsSource: New classifications of the brachiopodaSource: The cause of crateriform sand dunes and cwmsSource: A history of crustacea - Recent malacostracaSource: Sur le Cybium (Enchodus) Bleekeri du Terrain BruxellienSource: Cavern Researches Source: The lair of roc-traucat (Ariège), and notes on megaloceros, beavers, hyenas, saigas, and various quaternary rodents of southwestern France; with observations on the climate of this region at the end of the quaternarySource: Preliminary notices of the fossil bones of UllomaSource: “The true horizon of the mammoth.”Source: The rocks of the volcano of Rhobell FawrSource: On the ostracoda of the gault at FolkestoneSource: Glacier observation, more especially colonialSource: The true horizon of the mammoth, Etc. : Being a reply to Mr. Mark Stirrup, F.G.S.Source: Note on the Quetta earthquake of december 20th, 1892Source: Text-book of comparative geologySource: The glacial nightmare and the flood, a second appeal to common-sense from the extravagance of some recent geologySource: Beiträge zur Geologie und Palæontologie von SudamerikaSource: Description de la Faune Jurassique du PortugalSource: Sveriges Kambrisk-Siluriska Hyolithidæ och ConulariidæSource: The iron-ores of Great Britain and Ireland, their mode of occurrence, age, and origin, and the methods of searching for and working themSource: On some fossil ostracoda from S.-W. Wyoming, and from Utah, U.S.A.Source: The evolution of the American TapirSource: The pre-cambrian rocks of Wales1Source: The geological development, descent and distribution of the mammalia1Source: Memoirs of the Geological Survey of the United KingdomSource: The lower silurian brachiopoda of MinnesotaSource: Revision of the fauna of the marine oligocene of the environs of ÉtampesSource: Glacial action in Iceland Source: Some cretaceous pycnodont fishesSource: Contributions to the geology of AfricaSource: The upper devonian fishes of OhioSource: On the origin of the Engadine lakesSource: Note on the growth of lake GenevaSource: The geological development, descent and distribution of the mammaliaSource: A further description of Palæospondylus GunniSource: Contributions to the tertiary fauna of FloridaSource: The pebble-ridge at Westward HoSource: The relative age of flintsSource: Restoration of CoryphodonSource: Some cretaceous pycnodont fishesSource: On a bed of oolitic Iron-ore in the Lias of Raasay1Source: The recent geological history of the Arctic landsSource: The geological development, descent and distribution of the mammaliaSource: Note on myalina crassa (Fleming)Source: Transactions of the Seismological Society of JapanSource: Palæontology of New YorkSource: The geology of the Southern TransvaalSource: Monographs and bulletins of the United States Geological SurveySource: PalæospongiologieSource: Restoration of CoryphodonSource: Some cretaceous pycnodont fishesSource: Notes on the eocene tertiary insects of the Isle of WightSource: Description of a slab from the shale above the Kinder Scout Grit, Rabchester, LancashireSource: The amount of disseminated silica in chalk considered in relation to flintsSource: Berthelot's principle applied to magmatic concentration1Source: Note sur les Gîtes de Phosphate de Chaux des environs de Fresnoy-le-GrandSource: Republication of Conrad's fossil shells of the tertiary formations of North AmericaSource: Report on the Bendigo gold-fieldSource: Lehrbuch der PetrographieSource: Observations and experiments on the fluctuations in the level and rate of movement of ground-water on the Wisconsin agricultural Experiment Station Farm, and at Whitewater, WisconsinSource: Elementary palæontology for geological studentsSource: Ueber ÆpyornisSource: The recent geological history of the Arctic landsSource: The carbon-crust on fossil plantsMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: London : Kegan Paul, Trench Trubner & Co, Ltd ; 1893 Availability: No items available Damaged (1).

54. Geological magazine : Vol. 80 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1943

Source: A further examination of organic remains in rhyolite-ash in MalayaSource: Growth stages in some species of promicrocerasSource: Gerontic structures in the carboniferous coral rotiphyllum costatum (McCoy)Source: The cleveland axisSource: South African scenery : A textbook of geomorphologySource: Some refractory materials in north-eastern EnglandSource: Geology of the forest of dean coal and iron-ore fieldSource: On fluorite and other minerals in lower permian rocks of South Durham1Source: The association of Naiadites and Carbonicola in a part of the central coalfield of ScotlandSource: Hypostomes of some girvan trilobites and their relationship to the CephalaSource: A comment on a new area of slumped beds in DenbighshireSource: Notes on certain upper devonian brachiopods figured by whidborneSource: The cleveland axisSource: Pimlicocrinus gen. nov. and two new species of amphoracrinus from the carboniferous limestoneSource: Notes on certain upper devonian brachiopods figured by whidborneSource: Transgressive upper eocene in PalestineSource: Problems of ammonite nomenclatureSource: Climatic accidents in landscape-makingSource: Mineralization of permian rocks of south DurhamSource: The cleveland axisSource: The age of the reef-limestones in the lower carboniferous of north DerbyshireSource: Notes on certain upper devonian brachiopods figured by whidborneSource: Restoration of the original form of distorted specimensSource: The so-called “Axial Granite Core” of the Himalaya : its actual exposure in relation to its sedimentary cover.1Source: Solution etching of detrital stauroliteSource: Growth of the north American ice sheet during the wisconsin ageSource: Resources in AlaskaSource: Glauconite sand of Bracklesham beds, London basinSource: The origin of the Carolina baysSource: Hypostomes of Girvan trilobitesSource: The pre-karroo stratigraphy of TanganyikaSource: The portencorkrie complex of WigtownshireSource: Ore deposits as related to structural featuresSource: The floor of the oceanSource: Shiftings of sea floofs and coast linesSource: The Yorkshire dogger : III. upper eskdaleSource: Notes on actinocrinites elephantinus austin and amphoracrinus brevicalix rofeSource: Oahu Valley sculpture : A composite reviewSource: The geology of the west coast from abut head to milford sound : Part 1Source: The cretaceous rocks of south IndiaMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Herts : Stephen Austin & Sons, Ltd ; 1943 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

55. Geological magazine : Vol. 100 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1963

Source: A columnar crystallization of olivine and plagioclaseSource: On pyroxene molecules in the CIPW normSource: Layered xenoliths in a dyke, awatere valley, New ZealandSource: Dalradian pillow lavas, ardwell bridge, banffshireSource: Some investigations of the roraima formation intrusives in British GuianaSource: Some nomenclatural problems in the inarticulate brachiopodsSource: A possible fossil in a graphitic marble in the connemara schist, cornamona, Co. Galway, IrelandSource: Tonstein bands in the coalfields of the east midlandsSource: Eyed folds and interference patterns in the sokumfjell marble group, northern NorwaySource: On the occurrence of two intersecting pre-cambrian orogenic belts in singhbhum and adjacent areas, IndiaSource: An absolute age determination on the mourne mountain graniteSource: New name for a valanginiam ammonite genusSource: Volcanic rocks of the oramutia section, central KenyaSource: Charles lyellSource: Lower upper cretaceous plant microfossils from minnesotaSource: Evolution of drag foldsSource: The lower new red sandstone of the crediton valleySource: The downtonian and dittonian facies of the welsh borderlandSource: Agglutinate in North Jan MayenSource: A note on possible differentiation trends in tertiary to recent lavas of KenyaSource: A reconsideration of certain Aspects of the rangwa and ruri carbonatite complexes in Western KenyaSource: Ludlovian stratigraphySource: ? Early tertiary fold movements in mullSource: Carboniferous glaciation in GondwanalandSource: Temperature dependence of the distribution coefficientSource: On the age relations of the connemara migmatites and the galway granite, west of IrelandSource: On certain slump structures in the torridonian sandstones of applecrossSource: An occurrence of regionally metamorphosed pre-cambrian schists in south-west PembrokeshireSource: Some underwater disturbances in the torridonian of skye and raasaySource: Evidence for the geological dating of the granitic gneiss of western ArdgourSource: Paradoxides from ColombiaSource: A lower ordovician gastropod from AngleseySource: An outline of the geomorphology of Murrisk and north-west GalwaySource: The age of some carbonatite igneous activity in south-west TanganyikaSource: On pyroxene molecules in the CIPW normSource: Volcanic rocks of the oramutia section, central KenyaSource: Pre-Cambrian perthosites in NyasalandSource: Formation evaluationSource: Petroleum progress and profitsSource: Historical geology of IrelandSource: Statistical analysis in the geological sciencesSource: Spongolites from the arnsbergian of county Limerick, IrelandSource: The raised beaches of the north coast of Sutherland, ScotlandSource: Pumice eruption in the area of the south Sandwich islandsSource: Paragenesis of a cordierite-garnet granulile from Assam, IndiaSource: A pre-cambrian glass from st. alexis-des-monts, QuebecSource: Lava channels on Tristan da CunhaSource: A new species of pseudoclimacograptus from the ordovician of marathon, TexasSource: Quartz fabric reorientation in the region of benmore assynt, north-west Highlands of ScotlandSource: The geology of the dinas cwm-rheidol hydroelectric tunnelSource: On dating the british tertiary igneous provinceSource: Glaciers and snowfields in NorwaySource: Depositional features of dittonian rocks : Pembrokeshire compared with the Welsh BorderlandSource: Analysis of the strike swing at Crockator mountain, co. Donegal, EireSource: The location of the southern uplands fault in central IrelandSource: A miniature Dyke echelonSource: The influence of geological factors on the strength of coal measure rocksSource: Eustatic control of major cyclic changes in jurassic sedimentationSource: Portable apparatus for collecting small oriented cores in the fieldSource: An occurrence of kyanite pseudomorphing andalusite from southern RhodesiaSource: Conjugate folds, kinks and dragSource: Age of the alpine folds of southern EnglandSource: Age relations of connemara migmatites and galway graniteSource: Norsk Polarinstitutt, Årbok 1960Source: Geology of AfricaSource: Evolutionary trends in foraminiferaSource: The tectonics of the Canadian shieldSource: Fundamentals of paleontologySource: Faunal realms in jurassic and cretaceous belemnitesSource: Some unusual ripple marks in carboniferous limestone near spittal, north NorthumberlandSource: A note on the mode of attachment and growth of the coral metriophyllum gracile schlüterSource: A geochronological study of the crystalline rocks of charnwood forest, EnglandSource: Age of the Jamaican granodioriteSource: The petrology of a teschenite sill at Landywood, StaffordshireSource: Volcanic and associated rocks in the coal measures of colston bassett (South) Borehole, NottinghamshireSource: Permafrost structures on Sully Island, GlamorganSource: Algal limestones and associated sediments in the basal purbeck of dorsetSource: Geomorphology of murrisk and north-west GalwaySource: Pre-belemnitella mucronata white limestone in north-eastern AntrimMaterial type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print Publisher: Hertz : Stephen Austin & Sons ; 1963 Availability: Items available for loan: [Call number: 550 GEO] (1).

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

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57. 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).

58. 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).

59. 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. 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60. 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).

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