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Geologists in Canada

Nature volume 57, pages 6266 | Download Citation



IN recording in our columns the proceedings of the British Association at Toronto last August, passing reference was made to the excursion to the Pacific coast which was to take place at the close of the meeting. This excursion was in every way such an unqualified success, and especially from the point of view of the geologist, that we think some further account will be acceptable to British geologists who were unable to attend the meeting.

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