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" Somme, for the deposition of fine sediment, including entire shells, both terrestrial and aquatic, and also for the denudation which the entire mass of stratified drift has undergone : portions having been swept away, so that what remains of it often... "
The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Página viii
1860
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1859
...portions having been swgpt away, so that what remains of it often terminates abruptly in old river-cliffs, besides being covered by a newer unstratified drift....displacing the course of the ancient rivers. Lastly, the disTHE ANTIQUITY OF THE HUMAN EACE. 555 appearance of the elephant, rhinoceros, and other genera of...
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History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted ..., Volumen14

Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland) - 1894
...valley formed?" Lyell thought that "river erosion" will account for most of the phenomena, but added, "I should infer considerable oscillations in the level of the land in that part of France." Murchison took up the same position, but claimed for the phenomena the action of much stronger and...
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Proceedings, Volumen20

Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1895
...formed ? " Lyell thought that " river erosion " will account for most of the phenomena, but added, " I should infer considerable oscillations in the level of the land in that part of France." Murchison took up the same position, but claimed for the phenomena the action of much stronger and...
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The Illustrated London magazine, ed. by R.B. Knowles, Volúmenes17-18

Richard Brinsley Knowles - 1864
...having being swept away, so that what remains of it often terminates abruptly in old river-cliffs, besides being covered by a newer unstratified drift....deranging, but not wholly displacing the course of ancient rivers." The President of the British Association, in his opening speech at the meeting of...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen10

1862
...portions having been swept away, so that what remains of it often terminates abruptly in old rivercliffs, besides being covered by a newer unstratified drift....deranging, but not wholly displacing the course of ancient rivers." The President of the British Association, in his opening speech at the meeting of...
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The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art, Volumen4

1859
...of it oftcMi terminates abrubtly in old river-cliffs, besides being covered by a newer nnstra'ified drift. To explain these changes, I should infer considerable...oscillations in the level of the land in that part of France—slof movements of upheaval mid subsidence, deranging, but not wholly displacing, the cour.-e...
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Photographic News for Amateur Photographers, Volúmenes3-4

George Wharton Simpson, Sir William Crookes - 1860
...undergone. To explain these changes, he inferred considerable oscillations in the level of the hind in that part of France— slow movements of upheaval...disappearance of the elephant, rhinoceros, and other ?raera of quadrupeds, now foreign to Europe, implies a vast i»p# of ages separating the era in which...
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The Mining and Statistic Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations ...

1860
...portions having been swept away, so that what remains of it otten terminates abruptly in old river-clifts, besides being covered by a newer unstratified drift....infer considerable oscillations in the level of the laud in that part of France — slow movements of upheaval and subsidence, deranging, but not wholly...
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Mining Magazine: Devoted to Mines, Mining Operations, Metallurgy & C

1860
...of it often terminates abruptly in old river-clifts, besides being covered by a newer unstratificd drift. To explain these changes I should infer considerable...oscillations in the level of the land in that part of Franco — slow movements of upheaval and subsidence, deranging, but not wholly displacing, the course...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volumen5

1860
...having been swept away, so that what remains of it often terminates abruptly in old river cliff's, besides being covered by a newer unstratified drift....these changes I should infer considerable oscillations of the land in that part of France — slaw movements of upheaval and subsidence, deranging but not...
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