Geology, 1888-1938: Fiftieth Anniversary Volume

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Geological Society of America


Geology, 1888-1938
Fiftieth Anniversary Volume

PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY JUNE 1941

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Geology, 1888-1938: Fiftieth Anniversary Volume
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • Physiography 1
  • Contents 2
  • Introduction 3
  • Conclusion 13
  • Leading Sources on the Following Subjects: (original Sources Given Only in Newly Developed Fields) 14
  • Glacial Geology by Richard Foster Flint 17
  • Contents 18
  • Introduction 19
  • Works to Which Reference Is Made 39
  • Oceanography 43
  • Contents 44
  • Introduction 45
  • Bibliography 67
  • Invertebrate Paleontology 71
  • Contents 72
  • Introduction 73
  • Vertebrate Paleontology 105
  • Contents 106
  • Prehistoric Archeology 137
  • Contents 138
  • Introduction 139
  • Bibliography 155
  • Paleobotany 159
  • Contents 160
  • Introduction 161
  • Stratigraphy 177
  • Contents 178
  • Introduction 179
  • Conclusion 216
  • Selected References 217
  • Sedimentation 221
  • Contents 222
  • Introduction 223
  • Representative References 234
  • Structural Geology 241
  • Contents 242
  • Introduction 243
  • Works to Which Reference Is Made 261
  • Pre-Cambrian 269
  • Contents 270
  • Introduction 271
  • Works to Which Reference Is Made 301
  • Mineralogy 307
  • Contents 308
  • Introduction 309
  • Concluding Remarks 331
  • Short Selected Bibliography 331
  • Petrology 333
  • Contents 334
  • Conclusion 358
  • Works to Which Reference Is Made 359
  • Volcanology 365
  • Contents 366
  • Introduction 367
  • Bibliography 389
  • Geochemistry 391
  • Contents 392
  • Introduction 393
  • Conclusions 411
  • General Geophysics 415
  • Contents 416
  • Introduction 417
  • Works to Which Reference Is Made 433
  • Seismology 437
  • Contents 438
  • Introduction 439
  • Summary and Outlook 467
  • Books and Periodicals 468
  • Ore Deposits 471
  • Contents 472
  • References 509
  • Petroleum Geology 511
  • Contents 512
  • Introduction 513
  • Conclusion 543
  • Works to Which Reference Is Made 544
  • Exploratory Geophysics 549
  • Contents 550
  • Introduction 551
  • Engineering Geology 571
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