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" ... been removed from the general surface in one year ; and there seems no danger of our overrating the mean rate of waste by selecting the Mississippi as our example, for that river drains a country equal to more than half the continent of Europe, extends... "
Climate and Time in Their Geological Relations: A Theory of Secular Changes ... - Página 331
por James Croll - 1875 - 577 páginas
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1878
...danger of our overrating the mean rate of waste by selecting " (as Mr. Croll and Geikie had done) " the Mississippi as our example. For that river drains...is thrown down and arrested on its way to the sea. In striking a general average we have to remember that there are large deserts in which there is scarcely...
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The student's elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1871
...sea, we can affirm how much on an average has been removed from the general surface in one year, and there seems no danger of our overrating the mean rate...the fluviatile sediment is thrown down and arrested in its way to the sea. In striking a general average we have to remember that there * Tylor, Phil....
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The Student's Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1871 - 640 páginas
...variety of climate, and some of its tributaries de* Tylor, Phil. Mag., 4th series, p. 268. 1850. scend from mountains of great height. The Mississippi is...the fluviatile sediment is thrown down and arrested in its way to the sea. In striking a general average we have to remember that there are large deserts...
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The Student's Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1874 - 672 páginas
...sea, we can affirm how much on an average has been removed from the general surface in one year, and there seems no danger of our overrating the mean rate...afford us a fair test of ordinary denudation, because, nnlike the St. Lawrence and its tributaries, there are no great lakes in which the fluviatile sediment...
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The Journal of Science: 1877, Volumen14

1877
...for that river drains a country equal to more than half the continent of Europe, extends through 20 degrees of latitude, and therefore through regions...tributaries descend from mountains of great height. The • Phil. Mag., May, 1868; Feb., 1867. Climate and Time, chap. 20. See also Trans. Geol. Soc. of Glasgow,...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volumen14

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1877
...for that river drains a country equal to more than half the continent of Europe, extends through 20 degrees of latitude, and therefore through regions...tributaries descend from mountains of great height. The • Phil. Mag., May, 1868 ; Feb., 1867. Climate and Time, chap. 20. See also Trans. Geol. Soc. of Glasgow,...
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The student's elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1878
...sea, we can affirm how much on an average has been removed from the general surface in one year ; and there seems no danger of our overrating the mean rate...tributaries, there are no great lakes in which the fluviatfle sediment is thrown down and arrested on its way to the sea. In striking a general average...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen28;Volumen91

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1878
...danger of our overrating the mean rate of waste by selecting" (as Mr. Croll and Geikie had done) " the Mississippi as our example. For that river drains...is thrown down and arrested on its way to the sea. In striking a general average we have to remember that there are large deserts in which there is scarcely...
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The Student's Elements of Geology

Sir Charles Lyell - 1885 - 641 páginas
...we can affirm how much <jn an average lias been removed from the general surface in one year ; and there seems no danger of our overrating the mean rate...is thrown down and arrested on its way to the sea. In striking a general average we have to remember that there are large deserts in which there is scarcely...
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Discussions on Climate and Cosmology

James Croll - 1885 - 327 páginas
...for that river drains a country equal to more than half the continent of Europe, extends through 20 degrees of latitude, and therefore through regions...is thrown down and arrested on its way to the sea." * * " Student's Manual of Geology," p. 91 (second edition). Rough estimates have been made of the sediment...
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