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Research in China

    Naturevolume 79pages6162 (1908) | Download Citation



    IT is difficult to be quite sure for what class of reader this work is intended. The main facts of interest have already appeared in the previous volume, but in this they are discussed from “the point of view of systematic continental history.” In the present state of knowledge this might seem rather a hopeless undertaking, and the result does not dispel our misgivings; much of the explanatory matter is elementary, and much is merely speculative.

    Research in China.

    Vol. ii. Systematic Geology. By Bailey Willis. Pp. v+133+v. (Washington: Carnegie Institution, 1907.)

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