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" ... one of the most impressive generalisations with which geology, fertile in such achievements, had yet astonished the world. The theory proposed by Darwin, now so familiar, connected all the types of reef together as stages of one long process, every... "
Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - Page 4
by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - 1885
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Nature, Volume 29

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1884
...raise that portion to the surface ' " Principles oŁ Geology," 4th edil. (1835), vol. iii. p. 310. first. But when Darwin's own views were published,...of which might only lately have been started upon a racently upraised sea-bottom. Out of this stage, by continuous or intermittent subsidence, came barrier-reefs....
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Nature, Volume 29

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1884
...and raise that portion to the surface 1 " Principles of Geology," 4th edit. (1835), vol. iii. p. 310. first. But when Darwin's own views were published,...of which might only lately have been started upon a recently upraised sea-bottom. Out of this stage, by continuous or intermittent subsidence, came barrier-reefs....
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