IN these days, when memoirs and papers follow in rapid succession, the geologist and the miner are justly grateful to any careful compiler who will aid them to keep pace with the ever-widening flood of technical literature. The debt of gratitude is increased when the task is undertaken by a writer like Prof, de Launay, who brings together into one colossal work the results of the labours of his master, the late Prof. Fuchs, and of his own personal researches.
Traité des Gîles Minéraux et Métallifères. Cours de Géologie appliquée de l'École Supérieure des Mines.
By E. Fuchs L. de Launay. (Paris: Baudry, 1893.)
Étude industrielle des Gîles Métallifères.
By George Moreau. (Paris: Baudry, 1894.)
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Traité des Gîles Minéraux et Métallifères Cours de Géologie appliquée de l'École Supérieure des Mines Étude industrielle des Gîles Métallifères. Nature 51, 555–556 (1895). https://doi.org/10.1038/051555a0