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" I assume this force to act under portions of the earth's crust of considerable extent at any assignable depth, either with uniform intensity at every point, or in some cases, with a somewhat greater intensity at particular points, as, for instance, at... "
Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society - الصفحة 11
بواسطة Cambridge Philosophical Society - 1838
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A treatise on geology, the article under that head in the 7th ed. of the ...

John Phillips - 1837
...instance, at points along the line of maximum elevation of an 1 Geology of Yorkshire, vol. ii. p. 119. elevated range, or at other points where the actual...legitimacy of these assumptions. " The first effect of an elevatory force, will of course be to raise the mass under which it acts, and to place it in a state...
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Report on the Geology of Cornwall, Devon, and West Somerset: Index

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1839 - عدد الصفحات: 648
...sets out by hypotheses as simple, he conceives, as the nature of the subject will admit of. He says, " I assume this force to act under portions of the earth's...a mass of matter in a state of fusion from heat." f " The first effect of our elevatory force," observes the same author in continuation, " will of course...
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The Christian Remembrancer, المجلد 4

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - 1842
...The following extract from Mr. Hopkins's Memoir exhibits his view and his methods of inquiry : — " The hypotheses from which I set out, with respect...legitimacy of these assumptions. " The first effect of an elevatory force will, of course, be to raise the mass under which it acts, and to place it in a...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1842
...force to act under portions of the earth's crust of considerable extent at any assignable depth, cither with uniform intensity at every point, or in some...legitimacy of these assumptions. " The first effect of an elevatory force will, of course, be to raise the mass under which it acts, and to place it in a...
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The Geological Observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1851 - عدد الصفحات: 695
...as simple an hypothesis as he conceives the subject will admit. " I assume this force," he observes, "to act under portions of the earth's crust of considerable...mass of matter in a state of fusion from heat."§ * A term derived from the miners, chiefly those working coal, who, when these dislocations are met...
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The Geological Observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1851 - عدد الصفحات: 695
...elevatory force, whatever may be origin, to act upon the lower surface of the uplifted mass, through t! medium of some fluid which may be conceived to be...mass of matter in a state of fusion from heat."§ * A term derived from the miners, chiefly those working coal, who, when these dislocations are met...
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The geological observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1851 - عدد الصفحات: 846
...whatever may be its origin, to act upon the lower surface of the uplifted mass, through the medinm of some fluid which may be conceived to be an elastic...other cases a mass of matter in a state of fusion from hcat."f * Hopkins, Researches in Physical Geology ; Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society,...
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The Geological Observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1853 - عدد الصفحات: 740
...simple an hypothesis as he conceives the subject will admit. " I assume this force," he observes, " to act under portions of the earth's crust of considerable...other cases a mass of matter in a state of fusion from heat."-f * Hopkini, Researches in Physical Geology ; Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society,...
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The Ancient Volcanoes of Great Britain, المجلد 2

Sir Archibald Geikie - 1897
...definite origin, but supposed it " to act upon the lower surface of the uplifted mass through the medinm of some fluid, which may be conceived to be an elastic...a mass of matter in a state of fusion from heat." - He showed that such an upheaving force would produce in the affected territory a system of parallel...
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The Ancient Volcanoes of Great Britain, المجلد 2

Sir Archibald Geikie - 1897
...lower surface of the uplifted mass through the medium of some fluid, which may be conceived to Ije an elastic vapour, or, in other cases, a mass of matter in a state of fusion from heat." '• He showed that such an upheaving force would produce in the affected territory a system of parallel...
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