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Page 207 - Bulletin from the Laboratories of Natural History of the State University of Iowa, vol.
Page 45 - On the Distribution of Strain in the Earth's Crust resulting from Secular Cooling; with special reference to the growth of continents and the formation of mountain chains.
Page 11 - On the structure and origin of mountains with special reference to recent objections to the
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Page 409 - Van Hise, with an appendix on flow and fracture of rocks as related to structure, by Leander Miller Hoskins, pp.
Page 244 - I possess the two minerals shade into each other so completely that it is impossible to tell where one begins and the other ends.
Page 133 - IIOO miles; on the south by the international boundary, and on the north by the...
Page 419 - ... it is thought highly probable that under sufficient pressure and at a high temperature there are all gradations between heated waters containing mineral material in solution and a magma containing water in solution. In other words, under proper conditions water and liquid rock are miscible in all proportions.