Volcanoes: their Structure and Significance

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IN this work the author has succeeded in giving, within convenient limits, a clear and very readable account of the present state of vulcanological science. The work is not burdened with scientific details nor made unattractive by a too technical terminology; but it nevertheless contains a trustworthy discussion of the most recent researches of geologists, and their latest views upon questions connected with these very interesting natural phenomena.

Volcanoes: their Structure and Significance.

By T. G. Bonney, Professor of Geology at University College, London. Pp.337. With 12 Plates, a Map, and 21 Illustrations in the Text. “The Progressive Science Series.” (London: John Murray. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1899.)

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J., J. Volcanoes: their Structure and Significance. Nature 60, 27–28 (1899) doi:10.1038/060027b0

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