2 edition of Key to the geology of the globe found in the catalog.
Key to the geology of the globe
|Statement||By Richard Owen ...|
|LC Classifications||QE26 .O96|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, -256 p.|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||05042276|
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The book's full title is: ''Key to the Geology of the Globe: An Essay, Designed to Show that the Present Geographical, Hydrographical, and Geological Structures, Observed on the Earth’s Crust, Were the Result of Forces Acting According to Fixed, Demonstrable Laws, Analogous to Those Governing the Development of Organic Bodies.''.
Key to the geology of the globe: an essay designed to show that the present geographical, hydrographical, and geological structures, observed on the earth's crust, were the result of forces acting according to fixed, demonstrable laws, analogous to those governing the development of organic bodies.
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