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BK
Control No.
MNG70015459
Control No. ID
IT-MiFBE
Date and Time
20160223094632.0
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Local subject a Storia delle Scienze naturali, fisiche, chimiche
Nat.Bib. Cno. 7 a NAPE015099
2 ItRI
System No. a (IT-MiFBE)IA2102
Catal. Source a IT-MiFBE
b ita
c IT-MiFBE
e reicat
Language Code 1 a eng
h fre
Country Code a -uk
Dewey No. 0 4 a 551
q IT-MiFBE
2 WebDewey
Personal Name 1 a Cuvier, Georges
d 1769-1832
4 aut
9 16735
Uniform Title 0 0 a Discours sur les révolutions de la surface du globe, et sur les changements qu'elles ont produits dans le régne animal
l eng
Main Title 1 0 a Essay on the theory of the earth
c by Baron G. Cuvier ; with geological illustrations by Professor Jameson
Edition a Fifth edition, translated from the last french edition, with numerous additions by author and translator
Imprint a Edinburgh
a London
b William Blackwood
b T. Cadell
c 1827
Physical Des. a XXIV, 550, [2] p., IX c. di tav.
b ill.
c 22 cm
General Note a Segn.: [a]8 b4 A-2L8 2M4
Subject-Top.Trm 7 a Geologia
x Studi
x Sec. 18.
2 nsbncf
9 11871
A.E. Pers. Name 1 a Jameson, Robert
d 1774-1854
4 ill.
9 18605
A.E. Corp. Name 0 a Blackwood, William
4 pbl
A.E. Corp. Name 0 a Cadell, Thomas <2.>
4 pbl
751 a Edinburgh
2 tng
4 pup
751 a London
2 tng
4 pup
Form.Cont.Note 0 a Coperta -- Guardia -- Occhietto -- Frontispiece -- Frontespizio -- Preface to the fifth edition -- Advertisement to fourth edition -- Preface to the third edition -- Contents -- Plate I -- Plate II -- Plate II.a -- Plate III -- Plate IV -- Plate V -- Plate VII -- Plate VIII -- Plate IX -- Essay on the theory of the earth -- Preliminary observations -- Plan of this essay -- First appearance of the Earth -- Proofs that such revolutions have been numerous -- Proofs that these Revolutions have been sudden -- Proofs that there have been revolutions anterior to the existence of living beings -- Examination of the causes which act at present on the surface of the globe -- Of slips, or falling down of the materials of mountains -- Alluvial formations -- Formation of downs -- Formation of cliffs or steep shores -- Depositions formed in water -- Stalactites -- Lithophytes -- Incrustation -- Volcanoes -- Constant astronomical causes -- Older systems of geologists -- More recent systems -- Diversities of all the systems -- Causes of these differences -- Nature and conditions of the problem -- Reason for which the conditions of the problem have been neglected -- Progress of mineral geology -- Importance of fossil remains in geology -- High importance of fossil bones of quadrupeds -- Small probability of discovering new species of large quadrupeds -- Inquiry respecting the fabolous animals of the ancients -- Difficulty of determining the fossil bones of quadrupeds -- Principle by which this determination is effected -- View of the general results of these researches -- Relations of the species of fossil animals with the Strata in which they are found -- Proofs that the extinct species of quadrupeds are not varieties of the presently existing species -- Physical proofs of the newness of the present continents -- Additions of land by the action of rivers -- Progress of the downs -- Peat-mosses and slips -- The history of nations confirms the newness of the continents -- The
Form.Cont.Note 0 a very
Form.Cont.Note 0 a remote antiquity attributed to certain nations is not supported by history -- The astronomical monuments left by the ancients do not bear the excessively remote dates which have been attributed to them -- Construction and use of the table -- The zodiac is far from bearing in itself a certain and excessively remote date -- Exaggerations relative to the antiquity of certain mining operations -- General conclusion relative to the period of the last revolution -- Further researches to be made in geology -- Recapitulation of the observations upon the succession of the tertiary formations -- Enumeration of the fossil animals recognised by the author -- Appendix -- Geological illustrations by Professor Jameson -- Books printed for William Blackwood -- Guardia -- Coperta
Restrict. Note 0 a Opera liberamente accessibile
f Unrestricted online access
2 star
Pref. Cit. Note a Essay on the theory of the earth / by Baron G. Cuvier ; with geological illustrations by Professor Jameson. - Fifth edition, translated from the last french edition, with numerous additions by author and translator. - Edinburgh ; London : William Blackwood : T. Cadell, 1827. - XXIV, 550, [2] p., IX c. di tav. : ill. ; 22 cm. ((Segn.: [a]8 b4 A-2L8 2M4
Reprod. Note a Electronic reproduction
b San Francisco, California
c Internet Archive
Non-MARC Info a Fifth edition, translated from the last french edition, with numerous additions by author and translator. - Edinburgh ; London : William Blackwood : T. Cadell, 1827. - XXIV, 550, [2] p., IX c. di tav. : ill. ; 22 cm
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