Recent Glacial Studies in Greenland1

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DURING the summer of 1894, Mr. Chamberlin was enabled to devote some time to a personal study of the glaciation of Greenland, and the results of his observations are so interesting, that all geologists who seek to interpret the records of the “Great Ice Age,” will gladly make acquaintance with them. Seldom has a geologist so experienced in the study of glacial drifts and of the problems connected with them, had the advantage of examining the behaviour of ice in the Arctic regions.

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W., H. Recent Glacial Studies in Greenland1. Nature 52, 139–140 (1895) doi:10.1038/052139a0

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