Are the Fossil Floras of the Arctic Regions Eocene or Miocene? and on the Causes Which Enabled Them to Exist in High Latitudes 1


THE question of the conditions and their origin under which floras, presumably requiring a temperate climate, were enabled to exist in Polar regions has been so frequently discussed both before and since the recent Arctic Expedition, that it is strange to find any aspect of the subject having remained unnoticed.

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