3 edition of On the geology of Quebec and environs found in the catalog.
On the geology of Quebec and environs
Henry M. Ami
|Other titles||Bulletin of the Geological Society of America.|
|Statement||by Henry M. Ami.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 08083.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||502|
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(Henry Marc), On the geology of Quebec and environs. Rochester [N.Y.]: Geological Society of America, Quebec, with its environs, presents an instructive field of investigation to the geological student in its abundance of natural sections of the earlier palæozoic strata, and particularly in its ample development of the “Hudson River Group” of the State of New by: 3.
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On the Geology of Quebec City. The researches of Sir William Logan, Mr. Billings, Dr. Sterry Hunt, Dr. Selwyn, Sir William Dawson, Professor James Hall, Professor Emmons, Professor Walcott, Professor Marcou, Dr.
Ells, Professor Lapworth, and many others, on the geology of Quebec and its environs, have made that region classic ground to the student of North American geology.
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