Bibliography and Index of the Publications of the United States Geological Survey with the Laws Governing Their Printing and Distribution (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1893 - Geological Survey (U.S.) - 495 pages
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Contents

Introduction 405
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Possible improvements
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49th congress 2d session House of representatives Ex
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Restoration of Hosperorois
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congress at the beginning of the first session of the fortyninth con
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director The Charleston earthquake of August 311886 by capt
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The continuity of solid and liquid
71
Tertiary history of the Grand canon district by Oapt C E Dntton
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gress at the beginning of the second session of the fortyninth con
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Descripfion of Ichthyornis
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Report of the director of the United States geological survey p iii verso blank
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Chiefs of divisions Administrative reports of 43143
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Conclusion A
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The great denndation
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text pp 241210 Royal 8 Plates xxiv and xxv
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orado with two colored plates By S F Emmons geologistinchargn Rocky
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General description 244
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Chapteb V
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Structural features of the three classes of rocks of the Keweenaw scries
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Comstock lode and tho Washoe district by George V Becker p 291 verso blank
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gress at the beginning of the second session of the fortyseventh
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Tertiary and poatTertiary volcanic rocka 277
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The Toroweap and Uinkaret
127
General stratigraphy of the KewoeIiaw
128
Manna Loa
129
Introduction
131
The history of the oscillations 176
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Introductory remarks i 411
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The Keweenawan rocks of the south shore of lake Superior
139
Point Sublime
142
Certain pyroeleetric propert isof the alloys of platmumcontinucd
143
Relations of the Keweenawan rocks to the associated format ions
147
Th rongh Puna to Hilo 14fl
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Escape of water at lowor levels than the well
153
Jurassic 280
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The excavation of the chasm 158
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Topographical relations of the at rfco
160
Character of the water
167
The octlet
171
director Preliminary paper on an investigation of the Archaan
173
Structure of the lake Superior basin
174
Mauna Kea 101
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The copper deposits 180
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verso blank contents p 177 verso blank illustrations pp 179180 text
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The volcanic probloni
183
Field investigations
187
The BokmeyIIxe bBdm
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The lake and the glaciers
189
area of the upper Mississippi valley by T C Chamberlin and R D Salisbury
199
Summary
200
Topographical position
207
Petrographical stndies
209
WASHINGTON
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The pyrometric use of the principle of viscosity
239
Descriptive geology of the Lendville region
240
director Contributions to the history of lake Bonneville by G
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Chaiuberlin T C The rockscorings of the great ice invasions 147248
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director Hawaiian volcanoes by capt Clarence Edward Dutton
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stract of report on the geology of the Eureka district Nevada by Arnold
251
Ths skull
256
Iron hill mines
257
Circumjacent glacial phenomena
259
Carbonate hill mines
263
The climatic interpretation of lake oscillations 285
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Detailed stndy of the epicentral tracta
270
Fryer hill mines 209
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The loess
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The brain
284
Metallurgical report
286
ern Oregon by Israel C Rnssell p 431 verso blank contents and illustrations
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The vertebrie
294
Preliminary deflnitions
295
n trodnctory
300
u
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The moraine
310
Computation of the depths of the foci
311
Whatlsaglacierf 809
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Introduction
319
Miscellaneous publicatious
321
Button C E Mount Taylor and the Zufli platean 105118
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48th congress 1st session House of representatives Ex
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of the U S geological survey18S081 Survey design
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Index to the publications of the U S Geological Surrey
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Statistics of the Pnciflc divisioncontinned Page
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Younger cruptives
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Shaler N S Preliminary report on seacoast swamps of the eastern United States 353398
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Resume
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Shaler N S i Report on the geology of Marthas vineyard 297363
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Powell J W Report of the director xiIIxxxII
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Statistics of the eastern division
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Resume of reduction statistics
391
Irving R D On the classification of the early Cambrian and preCambrian form iti ins
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Chapter II Topography meteorology and forestry
399
by means of the barometer by G K Gilbert p 403 verso blank text pp 405
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History and administration
406
Amount of erosion during the glacial period 556
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Wells and inundation canals
415
Powell J W Report of the director xvxvm
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Deltaic and perennial canals
428
Int rod notion 195
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Introduction
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Displacements
442
Qnaternary lakes
457
Davis W M The structure of the Triassic formation of the Connecticut valley 45 V490
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Reservoirs 503
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