Stanford's geological atlas of Great Britain and Ireland

with plates of characteristic fossils, preceded by descriptions of the geological structure of Great Britain and Ireland and their counties; of the Channel Islands; and of the features observable along the principal lines of railway. Supplement

Author: Horace Bolingbroke Woodward



Category: Science


View: 125

A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946

Volume 1: The Mid-Atlantic States

Author: Richard C. Carpenter

Publisher: JHU Press


Category: History

Page: 328

View: 215

"Proof that inspiration can result in something astounding... A treasure that any rail enthusiast or casual historian will enjoy." -- Rail

The Publishers' Circular

General Record of British and Foreign Literature: Containing a Complete List of All New Works Publ. in Great Britain, and Every Work of Interest Publ. Abroad




Category: English literature


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The Life of Field Marshal Lord Roberts

Author: Rodney Atwood

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing


Category: History

Page: 304

View: 256

This biography of Field Marshal Lord Roberts charts a remarkable life that spanned the apogee of the British Empire. During a diverse career, Roberts won the Victoria Cross, planned the strategic defence of India, turned the tide of war in South Africa, introduced army reform and campaigned for National Service before 1914. Rodney Atwood explores his military career, in particular his role as a tactician and strategist in Afghanistan, Burma, the North-West frontier, South Africa and Europe, but also looks at Roberts as a symbol of Empire and explores his celebration in British culture.

Atlas of Economic Mineral Deposits

Author: Colin J. Dixon

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 139

View: 772

reader who wishes to study economic mineral deposits. I have in mind that it they do include references to the source material. Full bibliographies are in could be the basic descriptive part of a university course on the subject. many cases unnecessary because of the monumental work of Ridge (Ridge, Many teachers of economic and mining geology prefer to lecture on the 1972 and 1976). formative geological processes and origin of mineral deposits, and most of The Scope, Purpose and Layout of the Book Terminology. This is a persistent problem in geology. What I have tried to the existing textbooks do likewise. The Atlas is intended to be a compen Air, sea, surface water and soil support life, from which comes our food; the dium of descriptive material on which a more analytical series of lectures, or do is use a consistent, and internationally acceptable set of terms, making as much use as possible of the recent attempts by international organizations to fossil remains of life, that is: coal, oil and gas, together with solar and course of reading, could be based.