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" It is, however, when we leave the high seas with their almost inexhaustible store of unexplored ocean floors and icebound coast-line, and turn from oceanography to the more familiar aspects of land geography that we find those spaces within which " pioneer... "
Report of the Annual Meeting - Page 664
by British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1903
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The Scottish Geographical Magazine, Volume 24

Geography - 1908
...Dublin Meeting of the British Association. 20 Thomas Holdich, the President of Section E, said : " We find those spaces within which pioneer exploration can be usefully carried out to be so rapidly contracting year by year as to force upon our attention the necessity for adapting...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 20

Electronic journals - 1902
...application of the scholar added to the determined energy of the explorer. Contraction of the Worlds " Ttrra Incognita." It is, however, when we leave the...our methods for a progressive system of worldwide map-making, not only to the requirements of abstract science, but to the utilitarian demands of commercial...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1903
...concise language exactly what to look for in the land which you are visiting. CONTRACTION OF THE WORLD'S "TERRA INCOGNITA." It is, however, when we leave the...inexhaustible store of unexplored ocean floors and icebound coast line, and turn from oceanography to the more familiar aspects of land geography that we find...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Part 1

Discoveries in science - 1903
...high seas with their almost inexhaustible store of unexplored ocean floors and icebound coast line, and turn from oceanography to the more familiar aspects...land geography that we find those spaces within which "pioneer'4 exploration can be usefully carried to be so rapidly contracting year by year as to force...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 32

Electronic journals - 1908
...years, that in 1902, at the Belfast meeting, Sir Thomas Holdich, the President of Section E, said, "We find those spaces within which pioneer exploration can be usefully carried out to be so rapidly contracting year by year as to force upon our attention the necessity for adapting...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Part 1

Discoveries in science - 1903
...concise language exactly what to look for in the land which you are visiting. CONTRACTION OF THE WORLD'S "TERRA INCOGNITA." It is, however, when we leave the...inexhaustible store of unexplored ocean floors and icebound coast line, and turn from oceanography to the more familiar aspects of land geography that we find...
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Report of the Board of Regents, Part 1

Discoveries in science - 1903
...high seas with their almost inexhaustible store of unexplored ocean floors and icebound coast line, and turn from oceanography to the more familiar aspects...those spaces within which "pioneer" exploration can l>e usefully carried to be so rapidly contracting year by year as to force upon our attention the necessity...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution: 1902

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1903
...who will tell you in concise language exactly what to look for in the land which you are visiting. It is, however, when we leave the high seas with their...inexhaustible store of unexplored ocean floors and icebound coast line, and turn from oceanography to the more familiar aspects of land geography that we find...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 20

Geography - 1902
...application of the scholar added to the determined energy of the explorer. Contraction of the World's " Terra Incognita." It is, however, when we leave...our methods for a progressive system of worldwide map-making, not only to the requirements of abstract science, but to the utilitarian demands of commercial...
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