Geology at the British Association

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    NEARLY fifty papers were contributed to Section C during the meeting of the British Association, and although no new facts or theories of startling interest were brought forward, the record of the year's geological work was decidedly above the average. Owing to Professor Lapworth's regrettable illness his address could not be delivered until Monday, and the chair at the meetings had usually to be taken by one of the vice-presidents.

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    Geology at the British Association. Nature 46, 428 (1892) doi:10.1038/046428a0

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