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Page 184 - BRACHIOPODA AND LAMELLIBANCHIATA of the Raritan Clays and Greensand Marls of New Jersey. Trenton, 1886, quarto, pp. 338, plates XXXV. and Map. (Paleontology, Vol. I.) (To residents of New Jersey, by...
Page 185 - No. 26. Vicinity of Newark and Jersey City Paterson to Perth Amboy. Replaces in part Sheet 7. No. 27. Vicinity of Trenton Raven Rock to Palmyra, with inset, Trenton to Princeton. Replaces Sheet 5. No. 28. Trenton and Eastward Trenton to Sayreville. Replaces Sheet 8.
Page 166 - ... feet. Toughness, as understood by road-builders, is the adhesion between the crystal and fine particles of a rock, which gives it power to resist fracture when subjected to the blows of traffic. This important property, while distinct from hardness, is yet intimately associated with it, and can in a measure make up for a deficiency in hardness. Hardness, for instance, would be the resistance offered by a rock to the grinding of an emery wheel ; toughness, the resistance to fracture when struck...
Page 186 - THE ANNUAL REPORT of Prof. Geo. H. Cook, State Geologist, to his Excellency Joel Parker, President of the Board of Managers of the Geological Survey of New Jersey, for the year 1864. Trenton, 1865, 8vo., 24 pp. Out of print. ANNUAL REPORT of Prof. Geo. H. Cook, State Geologist, to his Excellency Joel Parker, President of the Board of Managers of the Geological Survey of New Jersey, for the year 1865.
Page 185 - ATLAS OF NEW JERSEY. The complete work is made up of twenty sheets, each about 27 by 37 inches, including margin. Seventeen sheets are on a scale of 1 inch per mile and three on a scale of 5 miles per inch. It is the purpose of the Survey gradually to replace Sheets 1-17 by a new series of maps, upon the same scale, but somewhat differently arranged so as not to overlap. The new sheets will be numbered from 21-37, and will be subject to extensive...
Page 183 - The maps are distributed only by sale, at a price, 25 cents per sheet, to cover cost of paper, printing and transportation. In order to secure prompt attention, requests for both reports and maps should be addressed simply "State Geologist," Trenton, NJ CATALOGUE OF PUBLICATIONS.
Page 188 - FORESTS, xvi+327 pp., with seven maps in a roll. (Postage, 8 and 22 cents.) ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist for 1900. Trenton, 1901, 8vo., xl+ 23i PP- (Postage, 10 cents.) ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist for 1901.
Page 187 - Trenton, 1884, 8vo , 168 pp., with maps. ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist of New Jersey for 1885. Trenton, 1885, 8vo., 228 pp., with maps. ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist of New Jersey for 1886. Trenton, 1887, 8vo., 254 pp., with maps. ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist of New Jersey for 1887. Trenton, 1887, 8vo., 45 pp., with maps. ANNUAL REPORT of the State Geologist of New Jersey for 1888. Camden, 1889, 8vo., 87 pp., with map.