On Geographical Distribution IT has been suggested that a leading feature of the sectional addresses to be delivered on the occasion of this, the fiftieth anniversary of the meetings of the British Association, should be a review of the progress made during the last half century in the branches of knowledge which the sections respectively represent.
The subject of an able lecture "On the Magnetism of the Earth," delivered before the Royal Geographical Society by the Hydrographer of the Admiralty (Proceedings, vol. xxi. p. 20. 1876)
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Ibid. vol. viii. p. 1, 1768.
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Journal of Researches in Geology and Natural History, &c., p. 151 1839.
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See "Outlines of the Distribution of Arctic Plants," Transactions of Linnean Society, vol xxiii. p. 257. Read June, 1860.
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Recognizing and interpreting vegetational belts: New wine in the old bottles of a von Humboldt's legacy
Journal of Biogeography (2019)