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Marine Aquaria

Naturevolume 13page208 (1876) | Download Citation

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WHILE reading Mr. Wills's very suggestive article on Marine Aquaria in your last issue, the following question suggested itself to me:—Does not the “larger proportion of carbonic acid in the lowest depths of the ocean” explain, at any rate partially, the formation of the “abyssal red clay,” which Prof. Wyville Thomson has proved to occupy so large a portion of the bed of the Atlantic?

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    • H J. M'G.

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