Darwin alla Geological Society of London

Si tratta di 10 articoli, 3 pubblicati sui Transaction of the Geological Society of London e 7 su Quaterly Journal of the Geological SocietyDa qui è possibile scaricare gli articoli•Charles Darwin‘On the Thickness of the Pampean Formation, near Buenos Ayres’Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 19: 68-71.  •C. Darwin‘On British Fossil Lepadidæ’Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 6: 439-440.  •C.

Si tratta di 10 articoli, 3 pubblicati sui Transaction of the Geological Society of London e 7 su Quaterly Journal of the Geological Society

Da qui è possibile scaricare gli articoli

•Charles Darwin
‘On the Thickness of the Pampean Formation, near Buenos Ayres’
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 19: 68-71.
 
•C. Darwin
‘On British Fossil Lepadidæ’
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 6: 439-440.
 
•C. Darwin
‘On the Transportal of Erratic Boulders from a lower to a higher level’
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 4: 315-323.
 
•Charles Darwin
‘An account of the Fine Dust which often falls on Vessels in the Atlantic Ocean’
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 2: 26-30.
 
•C. Darwin
‘On the Geology of the Falkland Islands’
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 2: 267-274.
 
•Charles Darwin
‘The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs; being the first Part of the Geology of the Voyage of the Beagle under the Command of Capt. Fitzroy, R.N. during the Years 1832 to 1836: Naturalist to the Expedition. London, pp. 214. 1842’
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 1845, 1: 381-389.
 
•Charles Darwin
‘Geological Observations on the Volcanic Islands visited during the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle, together with some brief notices on the geology of Australia and the Cape of Good Hope ; being the second part of the Geology of the Voyage of the Beagle, under the command of Capt. Fitzroy, R. N., during the years 1832 to 1836: London, pp. 176, with a map of the Island of Ascension’
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society 1845, 1: 556-558. 
 
•Charles Darwin
‘XXVII.—On the Distribution of the Erratic Boulders and on the Contemporaneous Unstratified Deposits of South America’
Transactions of the Geological Society of London s2-6: 415-431. 
 
•Charles Darwin
‘XXXV.—On the Formation of Mould’
Transactions of the Geological Society of London s2-5: 505-509. 
 
•Charles Darwin
‘XLII.—On the Connexion of certain Volcanic Phenomena in South America; and on the Formation of Mountain Chains and Volcanos, as the Effect of the same Power by which Continents are elevated’
Transactions of the Geological Society of London s2-5: 601-631.