On the Connection of Geology with Terrestrial Magnetism: Showing the General Polarity of Matter, the Meridional Structure of the Crystalline Rocks, Their Transitions, Movements and Dislocations, Including the Sedimentary Rocks, the Laws Regulating the Distribution of Metalliferous Deposits, and Other Magnetic Phenomena
R. Taylor, 1844 - 129 Seiten
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